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Shell

[caption id="attachment_52516" align="alignleft" width="187" caption="The shell of the old GRDB facility on Water Street .

Truck

Garbage truck abandoned: This garbage truck belonging to the S .

Wrong Turn

Wrong turn: The driver of the partly submerged car PLL 8214 photographed here reportedly lost control of the vehicle after making a turn into Vlissengen Road yesterday and ended up in the canal in the vicinity of Survival Supermarket sometime close to 5 pm .

Sophia Road

The cyclist (background) and the biker (foreground) have to use the shoulders of this Farmland, Sophia road when it rains heavily .

Professional Guard Service honoured

Professional Guard Service honoured

Professional Guard Service (PGS) honoured 12 guards at its second quarterly awards ceremony hosted on Friday .

Growing naturally

Growing naturally

Grown naturally .

Pictures

Pictures

Ozama Street North Ruimveldt yesterday afternoon after rainfall during the morning hours .

The police’s 170th anniversary parade

[caption id="attachment_51980" align="alignleft" width="187" caption="Cadet Officer Halley salutes as she marches past the podium at Eve Leary on Saturday where Commissioner of Police Henry Greene stood during the police’s 170th anniversary parade .

Bus

This Route 32 (Parika-Georgetown )minibus, ran off the East Bank Demerara Public Road at Eccles early yesterday morning, resulting in several persons being injured and hospitalized .

Anniversary

Anniversary

Horse power: Even the horses appear to be stepping in time as the Guyana Police Force Mounted Branch gives the salute to Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee at Eve Leary yesterday in the Guyana Police Force’s 170th anniversary parade .

Canine

The Canine Division of the Guyana Police Force marches past the podium at Eve Leary yesterday where Commissioner of Police Henry Greene took the salute in the 170th anniversary parade .

Celebration for Dr Luncheon’s 60th

Celebration for Dr Luncheon’s 60th

Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr Roger Luncheon (centre) will be 60 tomorrow .

Students of the Mahdia Nursery School pose with their teachers

Students of the Mahdia Nursery School pose with their teachers for a photograph in front of their school last week .

These two cars were last night involved in a head-on collision

[caption id="attachment_51641" align="alignleft" width="278" caption="These two cars were last night involved in a head-on collision at the junction of Sheriff Street and Campbell Avenue .

A good way to start the August holidays!

A good way to start the August holidays!

A good way to start the August holidays!  These youngsters were found at the National Library yesterday absorbed in various books, which with the help of active imaginations would have taken them into new worlds full of things to discover and learn .

ROGER WHO?

ROGER WHO? This youngster shows excellent touch as he plays a volley with the finesse of a Roger Federer while the others eagerly await their turn .

Repairs

Repairs on Vlissengen Road on Saturday .

This sign

This sign

This sign (see inset) has gone up at the entrance to Buxton, East Coast Demerara, compliments of ‘Bird Man’ and ‘Boy’, who painted their monikers in at the bottom .

The school’s choir on stage at the 11the closing exercise

The school’s choir on stage at the 11the closing exercise

The school’s choir on stage at the 11the closing exercise of the Dharmic Rama Krishna School yesterday .

A Rupununi Club

A Rupununi Club is among three others that have been declared winners of the ECOCLUB .

Critchlow Avenue

Critchlow Avenue, Roxanne Burnham Gardens .

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Fans cheering Tuesday’s Michael Jackson look-a-like contest at City Hall .

Knock over

This garbage bin was knocked over on Regent Street outside of City Hall .

Tribute

Tribute

With the world paying tribute to the King of Pop, a Michael Jackson look-alike contest was held yesterday at City Hall and the winner was the nattily-dressed St Paul Rodney also known as `Visa’ .

Three-way

Three-way

Three-way collision: Three vehicles collided spectacularly at the junction of Camp and Quamina streets just after noon yesterday but there were no reported injuries .

Bliss

[caption id="attachment_50804" align="alignleft" width="278" caption="Bliss: Sheep graze in front of the regional administration office of Region 8 at Mahdia as the Ebini Mountains stand in the background .

Joint Services Housing Scheme

At rest? Work on the rest home being constructed by the Guyana Veterans Foundation at the Joint Services Housing Scheme seems to be at a standstill .

Driven

With the weather in mind: Not quite a horse and carriage but this woman was protected from the elements as she was driven along Robb Street yesterday by horse cart .

Dancers

Guyanese welcome:  Members of the National School of Dance and the National Dance Company gyrate to Caribbean sounds during the opening of the 30th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of Caricom at the National Cultural Centre on Thursday evening .

Meadow Brook Ponds

Meadow Brook ponds: The rainy season has seen the development of three ‘ponds’ on one half of Takuba Road in Meadow Brook Gardens .

Twin calves:

Twin calves: Cattle farmer, Fazil Abrahim, 44, of Bush Lot New Housing Scheme, West Berbice was very excited yesterday when his one of his cows gave birth to twin calves .

The Central Demerara Lions Club

The Central Demerara Lions Club

The Central Demerara Lions Club recently inducted a new Board of Directors .

Schoolboys chat

[caption id="attachment_50041" align="alignleft" width="360" caption="Schoolboys chat in front of St George’s Cathedral last week .

Environmentally unfriendly:

Environmentally unfriendly: This huge tree at McDoom is dying and persons have begun to dump rubbish in this massive hole at its base (inset) .

City Hall

City Hall’s Charlotte Street fence can do with some work .

Department

Department

Bees being cleared on Thursday from the City Engineer’s Department .

Dismantling

The dismantling of the old Plaza Cinema well underway .



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