Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 11-13. 2017

News –13 November 2017

SOCU faces resistance as it moves against former “untouchables”

Acting Crime Chief vows…“We will find Kescia Branche’s killer”

Church of England urged to divest from ExxonMobil

“Lest we forget” – Remembrance Day 2017 Observed

Govt. allowing constitutional violations in rush for oil – Ram

Upgraded IFMAS system to be fully implemented in 2018

Govt. faces more questions over $605M emergency drug purchase

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CoI into prison unrest finds…Indigenous inmates mostly disadvantaged by prison system

Women lawyers lend support to tackle violence against women and children

UG graduates urged to view nation’s diversity as strength not weakness

Graduates at Nations urged to develop Guyana’s Resources

More help needed to mitigate impact of recent hurricanes on trade

Guyana now in position to share, receive info. on money laundering and terrorist financing

Magistrates partake in inaugural conference hosted by Justice Education Institute

Occupants ordered out in fight over Berbice Orphanage

Overcoming challenges and rising to become a star…Guyana’s own Saiku Andrews

Lindener Grabs Top Award at U.S. Biomedical Research Conference

Cultural Organization in Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Nandlall files appeal over dismissed AG libel suit

Subraj Family Foundation distributes 700 glasses to Region Two

Berbice Scrap metal dealer on $300,000 bail for $64.4 million theft


 News – 12 November 2017

Importers need permit for Pinewood from January 1

Major Chinese project stalled

$2B in rent from Region 6 rice land slipping out annually – PM representative

Graduates urged – “Don’t forget UG, don’t forget Guyana”

Some PPP/C MPs hold on to salary increase

$$$M paid for fail-safe Gold Board system but only half working

A legacy of traditional medicines…Gloria ‘Fiffee’ Vasconcellos is a ‘Special Person’

Stage producer remembers Kescia Branche

130 Graduate from Carnegie School of Economics

The Story within the Story…A Chairman took the blame

May-June Rose -‘The soap lady’: Making something from anything

The soul-taker’s return (An excerpt from the supernatural novel, Kamarang)

Covent Garden Secondary wins JOF Haynes debating competition

Ministry gives $30,000 grants to Corentyne Students

Lethem resident finally gets land lease after two years of runaround

Education in Guyana – The extra lesson syndrome

Regional Chairpersons under fire for boycotting President’s visits

‘G’ Divison hosts Spelling Bee Competition

Shade houses – a success story for farmers in Guyana

Financial Literacy: Entrepreneurs must learn how to manage money


News – 11 November 2017

Cops impound car that killer may have used to run over teacher

High-powered rifle lands city resident behind bars

Elderly US-based Guyanese robbed of suitcases, cash after leaving airport

Manipulation of Gold Board records…Staffers sent home “admitted” signing fabricated documents

Negotiations on outstanding US$5M GTT Shares still ongoing

Specialist nurses needed to boost paediatric care at GPHC – Paediatric Surgeon

Private Sector blasts inefficient GPL

Republic Bank reporting improvement in bad debts situation

Jagdeo calls out Gov’t over continued lapse of Integrity Commission

$550M cocaine-in-lumber bust…Trial adjourned until early February

CARICOM seeks continued partnership with UK post-Brexit

Prison deaths COI reveals… Robbery suspect Shaka McKenzie promoted hostility, threatened to shoot officers

Water taxis operating hours restricted

In wake of GPHC’s emergency procurement probe…Tender Board’s role in ensuring strict security, confidentiality of documents emphasised

Auditor General still to receive financial statements for Lotteries Commission

Auditor General’s Report highlights several breaches of Sussex St. bond contract

Man on bail for four armed robbery charges, back in court for a fifth

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