2012 graduating students of the University of Guyana in procession

2012 graduating students of the University of Guyana in procession at the beginning of the 46th Convocation yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

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Riled up over expired product

Riled up over expired product: City Constables were on Friday called to calm a riled crowd after a customer who purchased a product from Annie’s Variety Store in the Acme Building on Regent Street and found that it was expired was unsuccessful in getting the proprietor to exchange it or refund her.

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Taking the plunge

Taking the plunge: Several children diving into a trench in Enterprise, East Coast Demerara yesterday for a swim. (Photo by Keno George)

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More lights…

More lights… More lights being installed along Carifesta Avenue as Thursday’s deadline approaches. (Photo by Keno George)

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Not wet weather work…

Not wet weather work… Machinery being used to clear weeds from a trench at Cummings Lodge yesterday. It was heavy going in the rain.

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Unsightly…

Unsightly… Garbage floating on a weed-encumbered canal in Lamaha Street, Guyhoc Park yesterday. (Photo by Keno George)

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Closed up…

Closed up… The reconstruction of the Umana Yana has been completed, but to date there has been no word on when or if it is likely to be formally reopened.

20160626Fishing day

Kiskadee Kids and Blue Sackie Day Care and Playgroup fishing at Blankenburg, West Coast Demerara

After being honoured on Father’s Day last Sunday, these dads said thank you by taking their sons fishing at Blankenburg, West Coast Demerara on Friday.

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Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect: City Constables yesterday preparing for the guard of honour which is to be mounted on Monday when President David Granger is scheduled to address the Mayor and City Council at the iconic City Hall (in the background).

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