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Road safety

Road safety

Some of the students who participated in the Guyana National Road Safety Council’s School Road safety rally at the Guyana National Stadium today .

Diabetic Foot Centre at Fort Wellington

Diabetic Foot Centre at Fort Wellington

The Diabetic Foot Centre which was commissioned at the Fort Wellington Hospital, region Five  on Thursday by Local Government Minister Ganga Persaud .

Works Ministry embarks on major drainage works in city

Works Ministry embarks on major drainage works in city

Some of the items to be removed from the Charlestown area .

Works Ministry embarks on major drainage works in city

Works Ministry embarks on major drainage works in city

The Ministry Public Works today embarked on a major exercise designed to alleviate drainage problems in Georgetown in the wake of Wednesday's flash flooding .

`Five percent not enough'

`Five percent not enough’

Linden public servants in a protest march today along Republic Avenue against the 5% increase announced by the government earlier this month .

Region Seven youth empowerment

Region Seven youth empowerment

After successfully completing training in several areas under the National Training Project for Youth Empowerment, 29 persons from several Region Seven villages on Wednesday received their certificates, according to GINA .

Annai graduation

Annai graduation

On November 22, 28 students of the Annai Secondary School, region Nine received their graduation certificates .

Hospital bed

Hospital bed

Hospital bed:  Food for the Poor (Guyana) Incorporated recently donated an electrical hospital bed to 21-year-old Trinetta Mc Cammon of Lamaha Park who is physically disabled .

South African High Commissioner accredited

South African High Commissioner accredited

New non-resident High Commissioner of South Africa to Guyana, Maureen Modiselle today presented her Letters of Credence to President Donald Ramotar  at the Office of the President .

The day after the flash flood

The day after the flash flood

[caption id="attachment_268181" align="alignnone" width="371"] A James Street, Albouystown man showing Stabroek News the level of water they still have to navigate in an alleyway .

The day after the flash flood

The day after the flash flood

[caption id="attachment_268182" align="alignnone" width="375"] A Hill Street, Albouystown family surrounded by floodwater .

The day after the flash flood

The day after the flash flood

[caption id="attachment_268183" align="alignnone" width="375"] A James Street, Albouystown resident pointing to the spot where water is coming into her house from the floor .

The day after the flash flood

The day after the flash flood

[caption id="attachment_268184" align="alignnone" width="166"] An Albouystown resident showing SN his damaged fridge .

The day after the flash flood

The day after the flash flood

[caption id="attachment_268185" align="alignnone" width="375"] A garbage pile-up in a James Street, Albouystown alleyway .

The flooded life

The flooded life

  I don’t want to get my shoes wet so I will hold them in my hand and walk through the street barefoot – this chap seemed to be saying yesterday .

The flooded life

The flooded life

Hard at work in Bel Air Street, Albouystown yesterday trying to clear up the garbage .

The flooded life

The flooded life

 This man and dog were seen cooling out in La Penitence Street, Albouystown yesterday .

The flooded life

The flooded life

The bumper of this car could not withstand the water yesterday and ended up floating away in Stone Avenue, Campbellville .

Bourda Market

Bourda Market

The area around Bourda Market was also flooded yesterday .

Why me?

Why me?

Why me? This patron of Merriman Mall seemed very unsettled by the flooding yesterday .



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