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The Plaisance market

The Plaisance market

The Plaisance market  .

Workers

Workers

Workers  .

The bridge at Friendship

The bridge at Friendship

The bridge at Friendship, one of the many structures along the East Coast of Demerara that are being replaced, widened and strengthened, is beginning to take shape .

Having a good time exercising!

Having a good time exercising!

Having a good time exercising! Fitness expert Curtis  McKenzie (front, centre),  takes participants through an upbeat routine at the Demerara Cricket Club at the launch of  Digicel’s Mashramani  Fitness  Promotion on Tuesday .

Er…this South Plaisance road needs a lot of work

Er…this South Plaisance road needs a lot of work

Er…this South Plaisance road needs a lot of work .

Officers at the court

Officers at the court

Police officers at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court contemplating their next move after the toilets used by prisoners began overflowing on Tuesday .

Participants attending the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association

Participants attending the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association

Participants attending the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) Afterschool programme at the National Gymnasium try out a novel way of improving their dribbling skills yesterday .

Digicel’s Magic Numbers promotion

Digicel’s Magic Numbers promotion

Digicel’s Magic Numbers promotion came to a close on Boxing Day and the company gave away $25M and 16 Blackberry Torch during the promotion .

Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited honoured New Year’s Day babies

Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited honoured New Year’s Day babies

Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited honoured New Year’s Day babies with a RightStart baby care hamper and savings account with  .

Monkey business

Monkey business

Monkey business: A stuffed monkey hangs on  .

Pay heed:

Pay heed:

Pay heed: A villager places an old salt bag in a hole in the Railway Embankment Road at Paradise, East Coast Demerara as a warning to motorists .

These protesting market vendors

These protesting market vendors

These protesting market vendors  .

Stabroek Aftermath 1

Stabroek Aftermath 1

A Fire Service official looks at the storage container damaged by the grenade blast at the Stabroek Market .

Stabroek Aftermath 2

Stabroek Aftermath 2

Hard hit: The section of the storage container close to where the grenade exploded .

Stabroek Aftermath 3

Stabroek Aftermath 3

Law enforcement officials including Police Chief, Henry Greene and Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee rushed to the scene following the explosion .

Stabroek Aftermath 4

Stabroek Aftermath 4

Georgetowners and passer-bys also flocked to the scene of the explosion .

Stabroek Aftermath 5

Stabroek Aftermath 5

Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee speaks with reporters on the scene .

Stabroek Aftermath 6

Stabroek Aftermath 6

The storage container damaged by the explosion is pulled out of the stall .

Stabroek Aftermath 7

Stabroek Aftermath 7

A section of the stall roof was ripped open by the blast .

Stabroek Aftermath 8

Stabroek Aftermath 8

Dismantling begins, The stall where the grenade exploded was the first to be dismantled and trucked to the police station .

Stabroek Aftermath 9

Stabroek Aftermath 9

Following the January 5 blast at the Stabroek Market square, the authorities clamped down and began to dismantle stalls .

Stabroek Aftermath 10

Stabroek Aftermath 10

Vendors pack up their goods after being given the order to move .

Stabroek Aftermath 12

Stabroek Aftermath 12

Surrounded by police another vendor makes her point as she protests the order to move .

Stabroek Aftermath 11

Stabroek Aftermath 11

A vendor protests the order to move from the Stabroek Market .

Stabroek Aftermath 13

Stabroek Aftermath 13

Aggrieved vendors picketed the Ministry of Home Affairs .

Stabroek Aftermath 14

Stabroek Aftermath 14

A Bobcat clears the debris from the decades-old Fuggies Beer Garden as authorities clamp down on vending following the explosion .

Stabroek Aftermath 15

Stabroek Aftermath 15

Demolished stalls in the days following the explosion .

Stabroek Aftermath 16

Stabroek Aftermath 16

A police mobile outpost is brought to the Stabroek Market Square .

Stabroek Aftermath 17

Stabroek Aftermath 17

In the days following the explosion, demolitions continued, including the lone remaining public sanitary facility .

Stabroek Aftermath 18

Stabroek Aftermath 18

Following a meeting with President Bharrat Jagdeo, some vendors were allowed to return under an agreement that requires them to close at 6pm .

Stabroek Aftermath 19

Stabroek Aftermath 19

Sean’s fish shop and the K&VC restaurant are the only two buildings left standing at the Stabroek Market Square .

Stabroek Aftermath 20

Stabroek Aftermath 20

A few days after demolition begins, some of the old stalls still remain standing at the Stabroek Market Square .

Stabroek Aftermath 21

Stabroek Aftermath 21

Several days later, most of the stalls have been cleared and carted away .

The accident yesterday

The accident yesterday

The accident yesterday  .

Preparing for a flood?

Preparing for a flood?

Preparing for a flood?   .

Old Year’s Night party at the Princess Hotel

Old Year’s Night party at the Princess Hotel

Old Year’s Night party at the Princess Hotel  .

Old Year's night scene

Old Year’s night scene

President Bharrat Jagdeo  .



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