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US donates to revenue body

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The capacity of the enforcement and investigative division of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) will be enhanced following the donation of several pieces of equipment by the United States Government, GINA said.

Straightened out

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Straightened out: After a report in the Stabroek News yesterday that PPP members were flouting the law by parking diagonally outside Freedom House on Robb Street, their vehicles are now being parallel parked.

Observers?

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Observers? Children of the Precious Angels Day Care looking on as APNU+AFC supporters march on Waterloo Street during Nomination Day for Local Government Elections yesterday.

Indian Action Committee remembers Lusignan victims

Residents attended the service to support to the survivors and relatives of the deceased. (Ministry of the Presidency photo)

On the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the Lusignan massacre, which claimed the lives of eleven persons, including five children, Minister of Social Cohesion, Amna Ally, pledged Government’s support and resources to promote healing and reconciliation, at an interfaith service held yesterday afternoon, at Grass Field Lusignan, East Coast Demerara, a release from the Ministry of the Presidency said.

School’s out!

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School’s out! Pupils of primary schools in Thomas Street releasing some of their youthful exuberance in the avenue yesterday after classes ended.

Heavy lifting

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Heavy lifting: This woman was snapped by SN photographer Keno George yesterday in ‘B’ Field Sophia on her way home from the market.

Three-day training and launch of the Caribbean Police Academy Regional Training Initiative

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The Caribbean Basin Security Initiative ‘s Technical Working Group, in collaboration with the US Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and implementing partner MetroStar Systems, concluded a three-day training and launch of the Caribbean Police Academy Regional Training Initiative at the Guyana Police Force Officers Training Centre on Thursday.

Inter-Religious group calls on President

From L-R- are Kenneth Daniels, Pt. Deodat Tillack, Jennifer Dewar, President David Granger, Pastor Ronald McGarrell, Rajmattie Nauth, Bishop Michael Goodman and Neil Bacchus at the Ministry of the Presidency (GINA photo)

Members of the Inter-Religious Organisation of Guyana (IRO) paid a courtesy call on President David Granger, yesterday, at the Ministry of the Presidency, to inform him of the activities that are planned to observe ‘World Interfaith Harmony Week’, a release from GINA said.

US hands over training equipment to police

From left to right  are U.S. Embassy INL Coordinator Leon Carr III, Guyana Police Force Commissioner Seelall Persaud, U.S. Ambassador Perry L. Holloway, Guyana Police Force Training Officer Paul Williams, MetroStar Systems Program Managers Christine Allgood, and Shai Segall.

The Caribbean Basin Security Initiative ‘s Technical Working Group, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and implementing partner MetroStar Systems, concluded its three-day training and launch of the Caribbean Police Academy Regional Training Initiative at the Guyana Police Force Officers Training Centre yesterday.