Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 14-16. 2017

News –16 November 2017

BREAKING NEWS!! Police Intelligence rank fingered in ‘Sagga’ murder turns self in

46th Plenary Meeting of CFATF…. Guyana must demonstrate ability to take profit out of crime

Greenidge defends Honorary Consul in Miami

US$500M rice proceeds probe… SOCU, GBTI continue battle over transaction documents

Sex & cover up at City Hall? Mayor blames Town Clerk, Chief Constable in handling juvenile case

Two other ranks arrested as probe into Saga murder widens

CCJ dismisses AG’s appeal over $446M Dipcon judgment

It is jail time… Several suspended in pension book fraud; Amna warns of jail time

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GOINVEST Two day Seminar… Legal/Financial minds to confront advantages, pitfalls of Joint Ventures

Technology Student Receives Chancellor’s Award

M&CC likely to reinstate services of main solid waste contractors

Govt. launches another ICT Hub in East Berbice

Orphanage standoff continues as occupants refuse to vacate premises

Ruimveldt Police Officers educate students on Road Safety

Region Eight spending about 50 percent in October after slow start – REO

New Establishment aims to be Guyana’s biggest Supermarket

Cubana bomber was closely linked to CIA

Starr Computer helping to advance technological revolution

News –15 November 2017

Financial institutions’ unwillingness to cooperate with SOCU tells a worrying story

Secret China Trip…Mayor says wasn’t obligated to disclose who she was taking

Port Kaituma businessman, family escape inferno

Intelligence rank held for ‘Saga’ murder

More Guyanese share unflattering stories of Consulate in Miami

Unconscionable City Hall interest rates inflate consumer indebtedness

Broken promises…PPP MPs have options to remitting salary increases in lump sum

Contract splitting no more!

Fiery deaths at Drop In Centre…Ministry prepared to compensate victims’ mother with house – CCPA Director

Unilateral decision-making affecting efficiency at national university

SOCU investigator testifies in former AG trial

National Cultural Centre to be secured with concrete and stainless steel fencing

Standoff between UG Admin, UGSSA could lead to conciliation

Plans moving apace for hospitals to be upgraded to ‘Smart Health Care Facilities’

Evaluators receive critical training on IDB-funded projects

Obesity and physical inactivity put women at excess risk of diabetes – CARPHA

Bartica market to undergo $20M renovation

News –14 November 2017

Florida-based Guyanese bemoan consulate…Miami’s honorary consul employs wife, doesn’t know her salary

Broken promises…Rohee, Nandlall, Manickchand, Edghill among 17 PPP MPs taking full salaries

Mayor, Town Clerk, skip town secretly for China

Canadian company joins hunt for oil close to ExxonMobil’s ‘Liza’ discovery

Cashier, ex-cop accused of staging Hospital robbery

Bishop accused of rape remains in custody

Leroy Phillips—the blind communications graduate

Food for the Poor commissions Resource Centre in Coomacka Mines

Hopetown celebrates Village Day

Smith Memorial Congregational Celebrates 174th Anniversary

Guyana moves to introduce licences for fridge, air condition technicians

Sexual Offences cases now has specialised court

NIS nearer to have contributions, payments online; registrations easier

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