Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – June 10-12. 2018

News – 12 June 2018

Allegation of racism at GECOM and the need for a Ministry of Labour – Commentary

Govt. signs tough new fishing regulations

Glaring transparency and accountability issues over GuySuCo’s US$150M bond deal – Opposition

Tobacco industry gets deadline to comply with new labeling requirements

CHPA staff slapped with house, land fraud charges

Alert guards stop smuggling into Lusignan jail   

Man threatens to bomb stores, charged with inciting public terror

Betsy Ground man gets 18 years for raping boy, 13

News – 11 June 2018

Without appropriate rules and adequate oversight…Sovereign Wealth Funds no guarantee for prosperity, Analyst warns

Govt. commits to “fully transparent process” on all Public Private Partnership projects

Ramotar slams Govt. on fuel price hike

RDC halts rent deduction for nurses, teachers in Govt. houses

Future of Guyana Prize in jeopardy?

PPP to up its game in Oil and Gas Sectoral meetings – Jagdeo

State owned enterprises were $7.9B below projection – Finance Minister reveals

Guyanese American television host roots inducted into ‘Wall of Fame’

Over 300 Pomeroon residents benefit from two-day medical outreach

Guyana explores deepening cooperation with Russia

Local writer launches book of adventures

Local garment factory for Blueberry Hill

Hundreds bid farewell to Calypso icon ‘Mighty Rebel’

PPP challenges DPP over halt of private criminal charges for Ministers

News – 10 June 2018

Observing Guyana’s 52nd in Toronto

Construction codes must meet international standards – Min. Patterson

Aurora Gold Mine breaches local and international aviation laws

ExxonMobil’s list of 227 companies an embarrassment to Govt. – Chris Ram

Workers to remove Demerara Bridge pontoon with car that went over the side

APNU+AFC Government organs act like agents of ExxonMobil – Ramson

Banks unwilling to transfer US$8.4M to Venezuela

GECOM Chair says corruption will not be condoned under his watch

Suriname authorities continue to grill ‘Bolo’ in deadly pirate attacks

Trinidad, Barbados main culprits frustrating movement of CARICOM skilled workers – Gonsalves

US prosecutors impatient with Bisram’s stalling – objects to witnesses testifying via local embassy

Pregnant moms from Suriname accesses Skeldon’s Ultrasound Dept

Single mom and dutiful school bus driver, Donna Peters, is a ‘Special Person’

Lumber trucks to use Linden back roads – decision to be enforced from June 15

Red Thread on a mission to end Domestic Violence

Play: Remembering the ‘Brink: Oil and a Whole Lotta Gas’ moves to Linden today

Aeronautical Engineering School celebrates notable achievements on 25th anniversary

Charity organisations reach out to displaced Sugar workers children

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