Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 26-27. 2017

News –27 November 2017

Finance Minister unveils Budget 2018 today

Sending Police Commissioner on leave amounts to suspension or constructive dismissal

Has Govt. secured ‘financial support’ for locals in ExxonMobil contract?

Venezuelan among two held as…Submersible vessel found at Port Kaituma

AFC risks losing ‘corn and husk’ despite having power to overthrow Govt. – Dr. Hinds

Gagging of Petroleum Commission employees is an anti-corruption measure

Business owners reminded to heed Guyana’s first aid laws

Former Junior Minister of Agriculture, Alli Baksh laid to rest

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17th Rupununi Expo launched

Canadian killed after pickup topples off Lethem bridge

GPL’s neglect of transformer causes fiery destruction of La Jalousie home

Taxi driver shot, vehicle stolen after women lure victim to carjacker

Burnt toddler undergoes successful surgeries in the US

Respected educator Samuel B. Moffatt passes away

Gunman in woman’s dress, accomplice shoot Berbice boutique owner -second attack on victim’s life

New Sexual Offences Guidelines…Special provisions should be made for survivors of sexual crimes


News –26 November 2017

Top Cop sent home to allow smooth flow of Xmas plan – Security Minister explains

Nigeria ties ExxonMobil to support local business

China tactically pursues Guyana’s largest 2018 project

Gold Board must improve on weak regulatory systems – Goolsarran

Astute Personality, Abdool Jhuman, A. A. is a ‘Special Person’

Police ‘B’ Division roll out annual Christmas policing initiatives

The youths should think ‘outside the box’

Group lobbies to legalize hemp

Reluctance to address institutional deficiencies leaves children at risk – Rights Activist

E Division beefs up security for festive season

Prison deaths COI recommends halfway houses for female inmates

President agrees to review Cummingsburg Accord

Pinewood importation…Local producers insist they can supply market with Guyana lumber

Courts takes Roadshow to Essequibo

Guyana’s EMS continues to gain international recognition

Did our school system ignore the warning signs? – By Leonard Gildarie

Grace Mugabe: An Alternative View

Export hunters of wildlife now require license

11 Nurses graduate from first Post- Anaesthetic Care Unit training at GPHC

AVOIDING THE PITFALLS OF ALLIANCES…Do due diligence on your potential joint venture partner – Chris Ram

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