Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – May 16-18. 2018

News – 18 May 2018

Concessions galore… Another foreign gold company given $2.5 billion in concessions, Guyana only receives $17 million in royalties

Auditor General still to turn over GECOM fraud reports to DPP

SARA sends 25 intelligence reports to SOCU

Outsourcing of State cases… AG Williams wants Police to question Anil Nandlall

New draft Local Content Policy seeks to temper expectations

Region rum producers worried about int’l competitiveness

43 more Guyanese get home owner status -represents another donor-supported Food for the Poor Project

Derrick Patterson must bear full responsibility – Minister Patterson on brother’s arrest in Grenada    

Guyana’s crime threat at critical level – New U.S State Department report

Troubled $1B-plus Kato Secondary to now open in September

 

News – 17 May 2018

Tip of the iceberg… Distribution of sugar was manipulated to favour GuySuCo friends – report

CHPA unveils project for 8,000 homes on East Bank by 2021

Ashni, Brassington fly out to the U.S … SOCU still seeking to question duo in ongoing fraud probes

Nothing illegal with our fuel… GRA erred in sealing boats- Pritipaul Singh fisheries

Court judgments, settlements inherited from previous administration

46th COTED Meeting opens: Decisive action needed on fake goods

High Court set to rule on application to stop proceedings against Singh, Brassington

No More Deaths by logging trucks!

Four-lane East Coast road project slated for August completion

UG’s Innovative Conference to focus on importance of entrepreneurship

 

News – 16 May 2018

Thousands of gallons of illegal fuel found during raid on fishing complex

Probe launched into price-fixing racket at GuySuCo

After 13 years…Auditor General only produces four value-for-money audits

Palms seniors benefit from ward upgrade

Sexual offence charge…Former Bishops’ teacher for High Court trial

Woman remanded for attempted murder of cop-Defence counsel argues charges “grounded in malice”

Mining Camp owner convinced GDF responsible for Lindo Creek killings

Log trucks banned after 6pm following deadly accidents

Moves apace to revolutionise institutional care

World Bank to help Guyana correct weaknesses in education system

Activists picket Public Security Ministry on Cyber Crime Bill

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