Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News Headlines – July 22-23. 2018

Headline News – 23 July 2018 

One year later…SARA still to bring a single corruption case before court

Family feud turns ugly…Husband rams truck into ex-wife’s car then burns down lumber yard

Professor Thomas, Retemeyer occupying SARA offices illegally

AFC pushing for police report into Broomes parking lot fiasco

Financial laws need amending to facilitate exchange of information

Successful governance of oil sector hinges on clear policies and accountability

Cybercrime Bill toughens fight against sexual predators
Bandits beat, rob boutique owner

Why do American journalists like Clifford Krauss find it so easy to describe Guyana as a ‘Sh—t Hole’ country?                        

Beekeeper among youth entrepreneurs receiving cash grants

Stanleytown, Islington and Glasgow lit up

MOU signed between Health Ministry and Peace Corps

CDC continues distribution to Kwakwani flood victims

Indigenous bodies playing part in revision of Amerindian Act – APA

Headline News – 22 July 2018 

SOCU completes Pradoville 2 file, charges ready to be laid

Resistance to accessing info from banks! Judiciary needs urgent training to understand seriousness of SOCU’s work –SARA Director

Resistance to accessing info from banks! Judiciary needs urgent training to understand seriousness of SOCU’s work –SARA Director

Govt. willingly defends Exxon’s contract but ignores Berbice Bridge -Chris Ram says that toll issue will come back to haunt us

Traffic control at Berbice Bridge…Inspector transferred after refusing to take Top Cop’s call on civilian’s phone

Court of Appeal resolves dispute over Shanta’s Puri Shop

Helping to make a needed impact at the GPHC, Elizabeth O’Brien is a ‘Special Person’

Govt.’s security sector approach below par…Nandlall offers recommendations to Ramjattan

Cybercrime Bill lacks provision for international cooperation – Frank Anthony …says Guyana handicapped in investigating multinational crimes

AmCham Guyana announces its Inaugural Board of Directors

AFC, APNU looking to use combination of approaches to Local Govt. polls …could see parties not field candidates in some areas

CIOG Islamic Schools record 100% passes at NGSA exams

Govt. scraps proposed site for NTC headquarters …New location under consideration

Dr. Stephen Carryl – Providing free medical assistance to Linden for 27 years

Some Guyanese are opposed to kidney donation, says Transplant Surgeon

APA completes training sessions on the revision process of the Amerindian Act 2006

Early Savers benefit from GBTI Summer programme

Utility-scale solar farms for 10 hinterland villages in 2019

Transplant Surgeon eager for introduction of cadaveric surgery at GPHC


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