The Plaisance market .
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! 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 .
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 (GABA) Afterschool programme at the National Gymnasium try out a novel way of improving their dribbling skills yesterday .
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 with a RightStart baby care hamper and savings account with .
Monkey business: A stuffed monkey hangs on .
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 .
A Fire Service official looks at the storage container damaged by the grenade blast at the Stabroek Market .
Hard hit: The section of the storage container close to where the grenade exploded .
Law enforcement officials including Police Chief, Henry Greene and Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee rushed to the scene following the explosion .
Georgetowners and passer-bys also flocked to the scene of the explosion .
Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee speaks with reporters on the scene .
The storage container damaged by the explosion is pulled out of the stall .
A section of the stall roof was ripped open by the blast .
Dismantling begins, The stall where the grenade exploded was the first to be dismantled and trucked to the police station .
Following the January 5 blast at the Stabroek Market square, the authorities clamped down and began to dismantle stalls .
Vendors pack up their goods after being given the order to move .
Surrounded by police another vendor makes her point as she protests the order to move .
A vendor protests the order to move from the Stabroek Market .
Aggrieved vendors picketed the Ministry of Home Affairs .
A Bobcat clears the debris from the decades-old Fuggies Beer Garden as authorities clamp down on vending following the explosion .
Demolished stalls in the days following the explosion .
A police mobile outpost is brought to the Stabroek Market Square .
In the days following the explosion, demolitions continued, including the lone remaining public sanitary facility .
Following a meeting with President Bharrat Jagdeo, some vendors were allowed to return under an agreement that requires them to close at 6pm .
Sean’s fish shop and the K&VC restaurant are the only two buildings left standing at the Stabroek Market Square .
A few days after demolition begins, some of the old stalls still remain standing at the Stabroek Market Square .
Several days later, most of the stalls have been cleared and carted away .
The accident yesterday .
Preparing for a flood? .
Old Year’s Night party at the Princess Hotel .
President Bharrat Jagdeo .