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Giftland donates to Tiger Bay

Giftland OfficeMax yesterday donated $520,000 in toys and clothing to 200 Tiger Bay youths. Twenty-One senior citizens were also presented with hampers at the ceremony at the School of the Nations.

Hot rod

Hot rod: This man was snapped by Stabroek News photographer Arian Browne riding around La Bonne Intention on his mini CBR.

Clamp down

Clamp down: This driver was pleading yesterday with police officers to release his vehicle after they had placed a wheel lock on it because it was parked under a ‘No Parking’ sign in front of the City Mall in Camp Street (Photo by Arian Browne)

Trinidad investors visit

On Thursday, 15 potential investors from Trinidad visited Guyana to check on land for large-scale agricultural ventures. The investors attended a meeting on Thursday with Guyana’s Minister of Agriculture, Dr.

Salute

Salute: West Indies fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell does his trademark salute while on a visit to the Lion Park in Johannesburg.

Maritime officials trained to deal with oil spills

Officials from the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD), the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Guyana Defence Force Coast Guard recently participated in a Sub-Regional Workshop on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation (OPRC) in Paramaribo, Suriname, a release from MARAD said today.

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