Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – June 1-2. 2018

News – 02 June 2018

Four GGMC workers die during six-month period- exposure to mercury emission blamed

NDIA leaves project open to collusion between contractor and supervisory firm – PPP.s Edghill

Govt. must consult with Parliament, citizenry on investment policy for SWF…IMF says this is necessary to reduce the risk of unilateral decisions

Stabroek Block contractors get “cost recovery galore” for gas operations

GBTI records $1.5B in profit… A rocky year dented by $940M fraud, charges for Directors

Man remanded for murder after living a fugitive for 18 years

GRA seizes over 50 cases of Absolut, Yellow Tail Vodka in smuggling raid

Skeldon Hospital fiasco… Director meets with affected patients; staff to undergo training

Prevention is the first step in primary health care – President Granger highlights

Prison system continues to attract rogue elements as wardens – Samuels

Commuters must not pay increased fares – Minibus Union

Cop says colleague and attempt murder accused were “friendly”

Bandits posing as Custom Officers rob Patentia Business

Several hinterland roads for repairs as rainy season takes toll

Bridges collapse, vehicles overturn on dangerous Linden/Lethem trail

GRA moving to “XX” series as “WW” nears end

Reintroduce the Guyana National Service—says Region Three REO

Govt. should release oil and gas info proactively …Natural Resource Charter warns that a ‘request process’ can be an impediment

US donates special ID card-producing equipment for ports


News – 01 June 2018

Aurora Gold Mine did not give reason for plane import

US$460M pre contract cost… Govt. obligated to respond to legitimate concerns about “huge sums Guyana will have to pay back” – Jagdeo

Hybrid Fund would be best route for Guyana’s oil wealth savings – Ramson Jr.

Absence of effective Judicial Review Act stymies Court process — Bar Association

Deadly high seas attacks in Suriname…suspects confess to roles in killings

Kamal Ramkarran re-elected Bar Association president

Legendary Calypsonian ‘Mighty Rebel’ dies at 72

American Airlines aims at mid-Nov. for GT-Miami route

Primary health care should be accessible within five kilometres – President Granger

Critchlow Labour College adds oil and gas training to curriculum

‘Bar Association Review’ back after four-year hiatus

Govt. moves to build 1,000 septic tanks

WHO concerned that decline in tobacco use insufficient to meet global targets

Guyana on track to submit first EITI report

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