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Cash flow from 2022 will clear off debts, producer increase profits fot their shareholders

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:59
– Cash flow from 2022 will clear off debts, increase profits for their shareholders By Kiana Wilburg Kaieteur News – After a mere three years of shrewd mega-investments in Guyana’s oil rich Stabroek Block, Hess Corporation says it is poised to join the top tier group of companies on America’s Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Index […]
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Coalition wants to know up front if oil monies will fund controversial gas-to-shore project

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:58
Kaieteur News – Although House Speaker Manzoor Nadir is yet to allow discussions on the controversial gas-to-shore project in the National Assembly, the Coalition Party has noted that it is curious to know whether the oil money in the Natural Resource Fund (NRF) will finance the venture. Speaking on behalf of the Party, Shadow Oil […]
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GPF forced to abandon 35 out of 150 Chinese-made vehicles – AG Report

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:57
Kaieteur News – The Guyana Police Force (GPF) abandoned 35 out of 150 Chinese made vehicles in the year 2020. The Auditor General report outlined that the vehicles were abandoned after the GPF encountered difficulty sourcing spare parts to fix their mechanical problems. According to the report, the Force under A Partnership for National Unity […]
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AFC backs harmon, PNC/R wants norton

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:56
…as AFC backs Harmon, PNC/R wants Norton Kaieteur News – The coalition, A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC), which currently has as its substantive Parliamentary Opposition Leader, Joseph Harmon, is split on the way forward as it relates to replacing that Constitutional Office holder, with newly elected Leader of the People’s […]
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police accused of “dragging foot” on assault of pregnant woman

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:55
Kaieteur News – Ranks at the East Ruimveldt Police Outpost are being accused of ‘dragging their foot’ on an assault of a pregnant woman which occurred on September 5, 2021. The victim, Tracy Andrews, 40, of Lot 9 West Ruimveldt was allegedly assaulted by two men, who live next door to her, over some illegal […]
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Man wanted for marrying twice

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:54
Kaieteur News – A man who allegedly married twice had his ‘second’ honeymoon marred by a wanted bulletin that was issued for him by police on Friday last. The man, Andrew Simon, is a resident of lot 10-10 Cemetery Road, Wortmanville, Georgetown. According to police, they want to question him about a bigamy offence he […]
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Speaker defends honour

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:53
…calls PNC/R’s attack weak attempt to defend disorder Kaieteur News – Speaker of the National Assembly, Manzoor Nadir, has sought to defend his ‘honour’ following what he calls an attempt on the part of the main faction of the opposition coalition, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), a weak attempt to justify parliamentary disorder. Nadir […]
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De Comrade Leader knows best

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:49
Dem Boys Seh… Kaieteur News – Dem communist and socialist parties in Guyana does try fuh mek people feel dat dem ain’t left wing parties no more. But internally dem members does still refer to one another as “Comrade”. De Pee-N-See now calling dem leader “Comrade Leader”. De central committee want dem Comrade Leader fuh […]
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“It wasn’t we!”

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:48
Kaieteur News – The recent PNC/R press conference had a ring of deja vue to it. It was a throwback to an era in which the party remained unrepentant and unapologetic for its actions. Following the elections of 1997, there were protests launched by the PNC against the elections. Part of the protests involved the […]
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E.O. Wilson is dead

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:47
Kaieteur News – If you ask Guyanese if they ever heard of E.O. Wilson, 99 percent would say they haven’t. Edward Wilson died on Boxing Day, December 27, 2021. I would think that even the person that hates Wilson would not deny he was one of the greatest minds of modern civilisation. I will never […]
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No to oil companies’ offer of support

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:46
Kaieteur News – There is a saying from long ago that has the same resonance today. It is: beware of Greeks and the gifts they bear. Guyana is today poised to be on the receiving end of some great giver of gifts, which like the Trojans of yore, there will be endless pain and regret […]
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Bus driver in custody for giving school girls drugs, alcohol

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:36
Kaieteur News – was able to confirm that police on Saturday arrested a bus driver for allegedly giving three school girls marijuana and alcohol causing them to be hospitalised. According to reports, three female students of the Anna Regina Multilateral School, located in the Region Two district, were found at a snackette in an intoxicated […]
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1,016 new COVID-19 cases

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:35
– over 5,000 in isolation Kaieteur News – Guyana has a total of 1,016 new COVID-19 cases. In addition to the new cases, another person died from the dreaded virus, taking the overall death toll since March 2020 to 1,067. The latest fatality is a 46-year-old unvaccinated man from Region 10 who succumbed on January […]
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It was the fictional character Dr. Seuss who said,

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:28
Local and overseas-based Guyanese partner to launch Uitvlugt outdoor Library By Davina Bagot “The more that you read, the more things you will know…” Kaieteur News – This famous quote is what led to neighbourhood enthusiast Charlene Garraway teaming up with some United States based Guyanese to promote reading in the West Coast Demerara (WCD) community of Uitvlugt.   A five-year friendship between […]
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Way open to join Oil and Gas Industry workforce or become a supplier of goods and services

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:23
By Pat Dial Kaieteur News – The advent of Oil and Gas Industries in developing countries has always been accompanied by positive and negative impacts. The main positive impact is that those societies for the first time in their history would have earned quantities of wealth never before imagined. The negatives are many – the […]
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Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:22
Local businesses stand to benefit from use of Made In Guyana mark on their product labels Kaieteur News – Local manufacturers and producers can now apply to the Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) to use the Made in Guyana Certification Mark. The coveted Mark, which was unveiled by First Lady Mrs. Arya Ali at […]
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COVID-19: This is how you survive the Omicron wave

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:21
By Dr. Zulfikar Bux Emergency Medicine Specialist Kaieteur News – We’ve all seen the drastic rise in COVID-19 case numbers over the past week. Based on worldwide trends, it is obvious that we’ve started to experience the Omicron wave here. The Omicron wave will infect many more persons than any other previous wave of COVID-19. […]
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COVID-19 cases increased by more than 3,000 in first week of 2022

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:20
– 12 deaths already recorded Kaieteur News – After battling COVID-19 for two straight years, the nation glided into 2022, with some level of optimism since our number of fatalities amounted to only 1,054, with cases trickling in. But that state of affairs took a drastic turn, within days of the new year, when the […]
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COVID sickness, possible leadership sickness, definitely much slackness and weakness

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:17
By GHK Lall Kaieteur News – I am hoping that Guyana’s President is well, that he is not sick from anything, be it what comes out from below the seabed, or what is airborne, or the heaviness of his office. Those were the first thoughts that came, because even by his own staggeringly low leadership […]
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Guyana Harpy Eagles 1st trial match ends in draw

Dom, 09/01/2022 - 05:16
Fifties from Chanderpaul, Savory highlights last day action Kaieteur News – Carefully constructed half-centuries from 25-year-olds Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Wicket-Keeper Kemol Savory for Leon Johnson’s X1 highlighted the final of the GCB trial 4-day match against Kemo Paul’s X1 which ended in a draw yesterday at Albion in Berbice. Chanderpaul, with two First-Class tons from […]
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