Truck salvage operation begins

The truck that went overboard today at Supenaam has been partially salvaged. The truck is now positioned next to the Supenaam Stelling and adjacent BK International loading dock. It is very heavy and could not be lifted onto dry land, a Ministry of Public Work press release said.
Additional efforts are required to lift the truck out of the water completely tomorrow. (Ministry of Public Works photo)


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A group playing the Dog and the Bone

A group playing the Dog and the Bone game on the Georgetown seashore yesterday during low tide. (Photo by Keno George)


An employee of Courts Main Street in African wear

   An employee of Courts Main Street in African wear on Friday in the Main Street Avenue. (Photo by Keno George)


Pre-emancipation street sale on Main Street

Pre-emancipation street sale on Main Street on Saturday where African wear and food were among the items on offer. (Photo by Keno George)


Pre-Emanicipation scenes

With emancipation celebrations fast approaching, staff from various businesses around the city took the opportunity to display their African cultural outfits yesterday.


Trafficking in Persons awareness at Bourda Market

Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan last evening led a team on a Trafficking in Persons awareness walk in the Bourda Market.


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