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US Embassy in blood drive

US Embassy in blood drive

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New Brazilian Ambassador

New Brazilian Ambassador to Guyana, Lineu Pupo de Paula (right) yesterday presented his Letters of Credence to President Donald Ramotar, and pledged to focus on strengthening relations, and to foster ongoing projects between the two South American nations .

Hinterland education project launched

Hinterland education project launched

On Monday, the Ministry of Education launched its Hinterland Education Improvement Project (HEIP) at the St .

Hinterland education project launched

Hinterland education project launched

On Monday, the Ministry of Education launched its Hinterland Education Improvement Project (HEIP) at the St .

Hinterland education project launched

Hinterland education project launched

On Monday, the Ministry of Education launched its Hinterland Education Improvement Project (HEIP) at the St .

Leaning at Jibb

Leaning at Jibb

This electricity pole along the Public Road at Jibb, Essequibo Coast has been leaning since Saturday last after a car slammed into it just after 9 .

Walter Rodney's COI, June 25, 2014 - Part 1

Walter Rodney’s COI, June 25, 2014 – Part 1

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Walter Rodney's COI, June 25, 2014 - Part 2

Walter Rodney’s COI, June 25, 2014 – Part 2

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Carnegie students showcase Caribbean foods

Carnegie students showcase Caribbean foods

The students of the Carnegie School of Economics today hosted a presentation of food and garments which reflected Caribbean countries they would have chosen in their Commercial Food Preparation Programme .

ATVs, navigation equipment handed over to police

ATVs, navigation equipment handed over to police

ATVs and navigation and communication equipment were today handed over to the Guyana Police Force (GPF) by the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment’s Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) along with the Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) .

Danger to the public

Danger to the public

The ceiling from this business place between South Road and Charlotte Street, along King Street is falling .

Not a good example for youngsters

Not a good example for youngsters

Not a good example for youngsters: Garbage on Camp Street between Robb St and North Road yesterday .

UG Consultation on tuition fees adjustment

UG Consultation on tuition fees adjustment

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Edging in

Edging in

[caption id="attachment_294516" align="alignnone" width="365"] Customers using any dry ground available to edge their way into this King Street store yesterday during the flooding .

[caption id="attachment_294517" align="alignnone" width="166"] Don’t know about you all but we’re high and dry .

Long boots day

Long boots day

[caption id="attachment_294519" align="alignnone" width="375"] This was the scene on flooded Oronoque Street yesterday .

Flooded

Flooded

[caption id="attachment_294518" align="alignnone" width="363"] Fourth Street, Alberttown was inundated during yesterday’s heavy rainfall .

Jagdeo to chair FAO forestry committee

Jagdeo to chair FAO forestry committee

Former President Dr Bharrat Jagdeo was on Monday elected as the Chairman of the Food and Agriculture Organisation’s (FAO’s) 22nd Session of the Committee on Forestry (COFO) for the period 2014-2016 .

Gov’t hands out ATVs at Region Nine Toshaos conference

Gov’t hands out ATVs at Region Nine Toshaos conference

Minister of Amerindian Affairs Pauline Sukhai on Friday last handed over four pick-up trucks and nine All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) to Region Nine communities during a toshaos conference .

 Beware!

Beware!

Beware! A wooden pallet and three tyres double as a warning and a manhole cover .

Elderly taxpayer braving the flood water

Elderly taxpayer braving the flood water

Elderly taxpayer braving the flood water as she left the City Hall compound yesterday .

A vagrant sleeping

A vagrant sleeping

A vagrant sleeping on the doorstep of a Robb Street building a few doors from Freedom House .

Ministry to launch mental health plan

Ministry to launch mental health plan

The Ministry of Health will soon be launching a National Mental Health Action Plan to deal with the numerous aspects of mental health .

Minister Whittaker prevented from speaking at city council meet

Minister Whittaker prevented from speaking at city council meet

Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Norman Whittaker was today denied the opportunity to address the City’s councillors at their statutory meeting by Mayor Hamilton Green .

Supplying the quarry demand

Supplying the quarry demand

Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, Robert Persaud (second from right) inspecting the off-loading of quarry products following calls by the government for suppliers to build capacity and increase supply .

Raising funds for Javier

Raising funds for Javier

[caption id="attachment_294284" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Raising funds for Javier: First Lady Deolatchmee Ramotar (right) sits with 9-year-old Javier Anderson, who was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma and is presently undergoing chemotherapy, along with his mother (left) at the Progressive Youth Organization’s cake sale on Saturday in front of Republic Bank on Water Street .

Region Nine holds Toshaos conference

Region Nine holds Toshaos conference

In anticipation of the upcoming National Toshaos Council meeting, the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) of Region Nine held a Regional Toshaos conference to address issues affecting their communities, GINA said .

Region Nine holds toshaos conference

Region Nine holds toshaos conference

In anticipation of the upcoming National Toshaos Council meeting, the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) of Region Nine held a Regional Toshaos conference to address issues affecting their communities, GINA said .

GDF welcomes 276 new soldiers

GDF welcomes 276 new soldiers

The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) on Friday, graduated 276 new soldiers who have completed 10 weeks of training on its first Basic Recruits Course for the year .

GDF welcomes 276 new soldiers

GDF welcomes 276 new soldiers

The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) on Friday, graduated 276 new soldiers who have completed 10 weeks of training on its first Basic Recruits Course for the year .

The new-age way of picking coconuts

The new-age way of picking coconuts

The new-age way of picking coconuts – using a ladder .

National conversation on clean environment

National conversation on clean environment

A National Conversation on a clean environment hosted by the Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment was held today for members of the public to discuss challenges and opportunities to improve solid waste management in Guyana .

Choral festival launched

Choral festival launched

Following the launch of the National Song Festival in 2012 and based on its success, the festival was renamed the National Choral Festival, and on Friday evening the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport launched the second edition of the festival which is scheduled for October 19 .

Police trained by US FBI

Police trained by US FBI

Thirty-five policemen and women graduated yesterday from US Federal Bureau of Investigation training under the US Caribbean Basin Security Initiative .

Police ranks trained by FBI

Police ranks trained by FBI

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has received another boost in capacity as 35 senior officers and corporals yesterday completed a five-day training session under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative (CBSI) .

Funeral of Philippi trio

Funeral of Philippi trio

The large crowd that turned out yesterday for the funeral of the three Philippi girls killed in an accident last Wednesday .

Granger at funeral of Philippi girls

Granger at funeral of Philippi girls

Opposition Leader David Granger (centre) yesterday attended the funerals of the two Bagot sisters and their niece who perished in an accident at Philippi on the Corentyne last Wednesday .



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