Riled up over expired product: City Constables were on Friday called to calm a riled crowd after a customer who purchased a product from Annie’s Variety Store in the Acme Building on Regent Street and found that it was expired was unsuccessful in getting the proprietor to exchange it or refund her.
Practice makes perfect: City Constables yesterday preparing for the guard of honour which is to be mounted on Monday when President David Granger is scheduled to address the Mayor and City Council at the iconic City Hall (in the background).
City Chamber launches 7th edition of magazine: The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) on Thursdayevening launched its 7th annual edition of the Business Guyana Magazine under the theme `Guyana 1966 using history to project the future.’ At the unveiling ceremony at the Savannah Suite of the Pegasus Hotel, GGCI President Vishnu Doerga made his remarks and Christopher Ram, Lance Hinds and Iman Khan spoke about doing business in Guyana’s past, present and future respectively.
The Hinterland Employment Youth Service (HEYS) programme has commenced its year-long training programme in Hururu Mission Berbice River, GINA said. The 20 participants, ages from 15 through 35, saw the training as another opportunity to have a more productive life.
Twenty-five public sector officials from Ministries and agencies engaged in public procurement from Guyana and Suriname benefitted from a five-day training programme in public procurement funded under the CARIFORUM-EU 10th EDF, a press release from Equinoccio said.
First Lady, Sandra Granger today paid a visit to the men’s dormitory of The Palms Geriatric Home to follow up on a wellness initiative she started with the female residents last month, a release from the Ministry of the Presidency said.