Courts Guyana Inc. last Wednesday awarded three scholarships to students of the University of Guyana.
At its flagship store in Georgetown, Courts awarded the three students with full scholarships to continue and to commence their studies in their respective fields.
Mass casualty training: Medical respondents heading to the scene of a mass casualty scenario during their practical exercise on Saturday. The Civil Defence Commission in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organisation/ World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO) on Saturday concluded a one-week long Mass Casualty Management System workshop.
A fire on Saturday afternoon destroyed the upper flat of a two-storey house at Uitvlugt, West Coast Demerara.
Stabroek News was unable to ascertain the circumstances of the fire, which began just before 3 pm but a resident said that earlier the area was hit by two blackouts.
Pavement mishap: A car ran out of control on Regent Street last night and careened onto the pavement. According to eyewitnesses, a Toyota Raum, PRR 9530, was travelling west along Regent Street and Toyota Carina, PJJ 1652 was motoring behind it.
The garbage collected during the local observation of International Coast Cleanup 2016 last month amounted to 2,919 pounds.
This is according to the preliminary findings presented by the Caribbean Youth Environment Network-Guyana (CYEN-Guyana) which was the steering force behind the annual event.