Category Archives: Headline News Links

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 10-21, 2017

News – 21 October 2017

AFC played no role in selection of GECOM Chairman

US$500M probe at GRDB…Bank admits court orders have to be complied with

Tragic Berbice accident …Tears as mother, two sons laid to rest

GECOM chair appointment…Business leaders warn of economic instability

Former GM, Deputy of GRDB slapped with 34 additional charges

Former GMC Chief, co-accused freed on fraud charges 

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 CSJAD Newsletter – October 2017

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Capitol TV News Videos – 11 October 2017

Capitol TV News Videos – 11 October 2017 

Govt. collects $900M in taxes for oil and gas activities

The 2018 budget will see government placing emphasis on conditions that will help to grow small businesses

 Sugar workers attached to the Wales Sugar Estate are calling for subsidized water and electricity as they await their severance package

Three months after escaping Camp Street Prison, condemned prisoner ‘Smallie’ has been recaptured

There will be no new taxes in the 2018 budget, but Government is working on strengthening its public sector investment programme

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Capitol TV News Videos – 06 October 2017 

Capitol TV News Videos – 06 October 2017   

Occupational Health and Safety in Guyana is once again back on the agenda as part of meeting a ILO requirement

Miners in Region 7 wants immediate attention to be placed on the state of the infrastructure to access their claims

In Region 10 residents of Ituni are now receiving titles to lands that they have been squatting on for decades

Its world Teacher’s day and the union that represents teachers rights in Guyana wants more attention to be placed on the nation’s educators

Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup – October 05, 2017

The PNCR observed a significant milestone early this morning

Lawmen in Region 6 continue to probe the death of a Police Sergeant hacked to death; while her alleged attacker commits suicide

Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup Oct 4th, 2017

Schools on the Linden/Soesdyke Highway to receive a face-lift by Food for the Poor

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 05. 2017

News – 05 October 2017

GRA gets ready to roll out anti-smuggling system –Tax Chief

US$46M West Dem road gets March deadline

DDL embarks on US$50M expansion

Granger dead set on ‘fit and proper’ person for GECOM’s Chairman

More than 1000 unregistered heavy duty vehicles caught in the net

Alexander/Riverview Villages flooded by open koker

Sugar sliding to worst performance in years as workers stay away

SWAT leader stripped of post after losing gun, car in robbery

City Hall sees drastic reduction in cost for collecting garbage – Solid Waste Director

UG staff unions outline concerns with proposed pay hike

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 03-04. 2017

News – 04 October 2017

Scrap metal export probe…More forged ministry approval letters found; containers seized

NY Judge to render critical decision in Bisram’s extradition hearings

Local, Int’l partnership enhances Guyana’s capacity for Oil and Gas sector

City Council shuts down five food joints

Not mine! B.M. Soat distances self from Chevy with ‘trade plates’

IDB helps GRA craft five-year strategic plan for oil sector

Over 30 families affected by GLSC’s demarcation in Santa Rosa

Full revaluation of all GT properties by year end – Town Clerk

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 01-02. 2017

News – 02 October 2017

Minimum of five years needed to get GRA at 90% level of efficiency

Many more Brazilian fugitives believed working in interior

ExxonMobil’s effects on Guyana’s environment will be under scrutiny

Reckless spending is a disease Guyana should cure before it creeps in

Ministerial Task Force to donate lumber to hurricane-devastated islands

Partnership between GRA and Business sector essential – Tax Chief

Swallowing and smuggling: Guyana’s cocaine mules

Orealla, Siparuta youths put on impressive performance

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – September 30. 2017

News – 30 September 2017

Executed Brazilian miner was a multiple killer

Bringing an end to corruption… GRA closer to tamper-proof system in Customs Dept

$100M in radio purchases…. Auditor General ready to call in police if GECOM fails to act on report

Senior Berbice cop arrested, ex-TSU rank sought in fuel marker racket

Irma kills Guyana-born man on shrimp boat

$40M school feeding fraud at Region 8 handed over to police

Only in Guyana…A wanted Brazilian killer get legal gun and wuk permit

$350M in VAT refunds paid so far  

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – September 25-26. 2017

News – 26 September 2017

Trotman refused to correct PPP’s errors with ExxonMobil contract –Ram

Banks, Govt. meet on Budget 2018… Sugar, rice responsible for increase of non-performing loans- Finance Minister

Oil money alone will not transform Guyana

First rice shipment to Cuba in 40 years

Guyhoc mom disappears after coke-saturated hammocks seized at Ogle airport

$600M drugs purchase probe… No commissioners threatened to be fired – PPC

Task Force takes TIP fight to Region Seven miners, communities

GPF collaborates with City Hall to fight crime

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – September 22-24. 2017

 News – 24 September 2017

Implement strong Local Content Policy to avoid rape by big companies – President of TT’s largest Industrial Estate

Audit Office pussyfooting on NICIL transactional audit

IDB did not fund feasibility study for new Dem. Bridge – Minister David Patterson

Chinese company sold drug vessel before it was seized by St. Lucia

Govt. reneges on promise to provide more scrutiny for state agencies

‘We don’t need more barrels, we need brains’ – President charges diaspora

Jagdeo loses temper with KN over request for information

Agriculture sector will remain strong despite impending oil boom – NAREI’s CEO

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