Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – December 15-16. 2017

News –16 December 2017

Granger promises to prosecute corrupt officials

Speaker disallows Motion to add Exxon US$18M bonus to Consolidated Fund

U.S $18m Exxon signing bonus…First set of oil money & they attempted to steal it – Jagdeo

Union “hopeful” after meeting privatisation body… Unit to run three sugar estates until investors found

Economy being rebalanced… Govt allows for moderate growth – Pres. Granger

President, First Lady host luncheon for seniors

Overseas-based nominee for Chancellor Post identified

Illegal aircraft at Santa Fe… Prime suspect linked to another illegal plane, airstrip found in 2016

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65 police officers’ vehicles stripped of tint – Traffic Chief

Natural Resources and National Toshaos Council sign MOU

National Assembly can become voice of oil contracts – Trotman

$75.1 M spent to procure vehicles for Ministry of the Presidency – Harmon

Region Two saves $240M in cautious spending

GPL workers get 6.5 percent salary increase

Malaria cases reduced by 15 percent in two years – Minister Volda Lawrence

The National Psychiatric Hospital gets massive face lift

CARICOM voices strong objection to new EU blacklist

 

News –15 December 2017

ExxonMobil complains to Greenidge about KN scrutiny

Greenidge told Granger to hide Exxon US$18M

Public education system to benefit from 468 CPCE graduates

Guyana creeps to Sovereign Wealth Fund

Jordan welcomes Auditor General’s probe of secret US$18M signing bonus

US, EU fish markets…Local players scramble to become certified

GCCI recognises several entities, entrepreneurs for outstanding service

USAID celebrates 50 years of partnership with Guyana

CJ tosses application to challenge Magistrate’s search warrant in stolen law books saga

President announces 66 percent increase to teacher trainees’ stipend

Allocations for Public Telecoms, Social Protection Ministries approved

Vendors to evacuate dangerous Charity Wharf

Single parents continue to secure loans under microcredit scheme

Farmers voice concerns in light of climate change

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