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Iftaar: The Chairman/Founder of the Electric Mosque’s:

Iftaar: The Chairman/Founder of the Electric Mosque’s:

[caption id="attachment_298502" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iftaar: The Chairman/Founder of the Electric Mosque’s: Teachings of Islam, Haji Roshan Khan and spouse were among the invitees at the United States Embassy’s hosting of Iftaar (Breaking of the Fast) and Dinner evening, at the residence of the Charge d’Affaires, Bryan Hunt, on 22nd July, 2014 .

President at Berbice Expo

President at Berbice Expo

[caption id="attachment_298568" align="aligncenter" width="613"] President Donald Ramotar seems impressed with this display at the Guyana Rice Development Board booth at the 10th Annual Berbice Expo and Trade Fair yesterday .

Michael Correia new Honorary Consul of Portugal

Michael Correia new Honorary Consul of Portugal

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that following the receipt of a request from the Government of the Republic of Portugal, approval was granted by the Government of Guyana for the appointment of a new Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Portugal to the Republic of Guyana .

Shabir Hussein new Honorary Consul of Sweden

Shabir Hussein new Honorary Consul of Sweden

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that following the receipt of a request from the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, approval was granted by the Government of Guyana for the appointment of a new Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Sweden to the Republic of Guyana .

The Chairman/Founder of the Electric Mosque’s

The Chairman/Founder of the Electric Mosque’s

Teachings of Islam, Haji Roshan Khan and spouse were among the invitees of the United States Embassy’s hosting of Iftaar (Breaking of the Fast) and Dinner evening, at the residence of the Charge d’Affaires, Bryan Hunt, on 22nd July, 2014 .

Squatters get warning

Squatters get warning

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Contracts signed for massive clean-up of city

Contracts signed for massive clean-up of city

Several contracts were yesterday signed by Officials of the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development and contractors for the de-silting of several main canals in Georgetown as the date for the massive $500M city clean-up exercise approaches .

Expansion works underway at Roxanne Burnham Nursery

Expansion works underway at Roxanne Burnham Nursery

The Ministry of Education has invested approximately $14M on expansion work at the Roxanne Burnham Nursery School, to accommodate a larger intake in the new school term .

Training for boat operators in Annai-Rupununi

Training for boat operators in Annai-Rupununi

Conservation International and the Guyana Tourism Authority partnered with the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) to provide training and certification for boat operators in the Annai-Rupununi area on July 17, 2014 .

Awareness workshop on national agri strategy

Awareness workshop on national agri strategy

The Minister of Agriculture yesterday conducted a public awareness workshop to increase knowledge of the Ministry’s recently released National Strategy for Agriculture in Guyana 2013-2020 .

Site for Indian Arrival monument

Site for Indian Arrival monument

[caption id="attachment_298301" align="alignleft" width="377"] The site earmarked for the erection of the 5th of May monument at Palmyra, at the head of the junction, east of the Berbice River Bridge .

Minister visits site  for May 5th monument

Minister visits site for May 5th monument

Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr .

Bartica residents protest over blackouts

Bartica residents protest over blackouts

The Guyana Women Miners Organisation says it is very concerned about the constant blackouts that have plagued township of Bartica and calls on the Guyana Power & Light to immediately rectify the situation and alleviate the suffering of residents .

Bartica residents protest over blackouts

Bartica residents protest over blackouts

The Guyana Women Miners Organisation says it is very concerned about the constant blackouts that have plagued township of Bartica and calls on the Guyana Power & Light to immediately rectify the situation and alleviate the suffering of residents .

Bartica residents protest over blackouts

Bartica residents protest over blackouts

The Guyana Women Miners Organisation says it is very concerned about the constant blackouts that have plagued township of Bartica and calls on the Guyana Power & Light to immediately rectify the situation and alleviate the suffering of residents .

Teachers in continuous training programme

Teachers in continuous training programme

On July 21, the National Centre for Education Resource Development embarked on Continuous Professional Development (CPD) courses and this year 1,000 teachers from all 10 regions of the country will participate .

GT&T hosts 40 work study students

GT&T hosts 40 work study students

  Forty students from various secondary, technical and tertiary institutions across the country on Monday began a six-week work study attachment programme at GT&T .

Bartica NDC

Bartica NDC

[caption id="attachment_298069" align="alignleft" width="335"] Roadside garbage[/caption][caption id="attachment_298067" align="alignleft" width="333"] The Bartica Cemetery in better shape than the cemeteries in Georgetown and the coast[/caption][caption id="attachment_298068" align="alignleft" width="368"] Mongrippa Hill Pot holes[/caption][caption id="attachment_298065" align="alignleft" width="333"] The Bartica garbage collecting operators[/caption][caption id="attachment_298066" align="alignleft" width="335"] An empty lot and roadside garbage site[/caption] .

Moving house, literally

Moving house, literally

[caption id="attachment_298143" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Much care and patience went into moving this house at Lancaster, Corentyne, Berbice on Sunday .

President at Chance and Rimple reunion

President at Chance and Rimple reunion

Members of the Chance and Rimple Families held their reunion at the Park Vue Hotel on the East Bank on Monday at which Kenton Chance, who helped to organise the reunion with 65 family members from the United States and the United Kingdom commended Guyana .

Open air studying

Open air studying

[caption id="attachment_298102" align="alignnone" width="375"] This girl was spotted doing her homework along Independence Boulevard, Albouystown today .

Tyre squats

Tyre squats

[caption id="attachment_298101" align="alignnone" width="375"] An amateur boxer doing squats on tyres along Independence Boulevard, Albouystown today .

Moving house, literally

Moving house, literally

[caption id="attachment_298042" align="alignnone" width="385"] Much care and patience went into moving this house at Lancaster, Corentyne, Berbice on Sunday .

Not only for watching movies

Not only for watching movies

[caption id="attachment_298039" align="alignnone" width="332"] 3D glasses are also a fashion statement .

Garbage burning nuisance

Garbage burning nuisance

[caption id="attachment_298040" align="alignnone" width="375"] The burning of garbage on Monday completely obscured the view of motorists on Dennis Street, Sophia .

This is how we roll

This is how we roll

[caption id="attachment_298041" align="alignnone" width="343"] ATV riding at Buxton yesterday .

Things children do

Things children do

Things children do: A boy walks his pet monkey at Buxton, East Coast Demerara yesterday .

 Main St Qik Serv being extended

Main St Qik Serv being extended

Extension works are currently underway at the Main Street Qik Serv .

East Berbice farmers benefiting from Canada project

East Berbice farmers benefiting from Canada project

About 150 vulnerable farmers from Plegtanker to Mara in East Berbice, Corentyne are now benefitting from a Canadian-funded project which aims to enhance their livelihood, as well their capability to handle agricultural disasters, GINA said .

Lodge consultation

Lodge consultation

[caption id="attachment_297934" align="alignnone" width="375"] Residents at the city clean-up consultation in Lodge on Saturday .

Sooba at consultation on city clean-up

Sooba at consultation on city clean-up

The committee tasked with the execution of the $500M city clean-up programme at the public engagement at the National Frequency Management Unit .

Over 200 Region Four residents receive laptops

Over 200 Region Four residents receive laptops

[caption id="attachment_297932" align="alignnone" width="377"] Beneficiaries receiving their One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) on Saturday at the Everest Cricket Ground, Camp Road during the Region Four distribution process .

Winner's cheque for the Tallawahs

Winner’s cheque for the Tallawahs

(Right to left) President Donald Ramotar presenting the winner’s cheque to the Jamaican Tallawahs Captain Chris Gayle after they defeated the Guyana Amazon Warriors at the National Stadium at Providence .

Cheering the Amazon Warriors

Cheering the Amazon Warriors

President Donald Ramotar (second from left in middle row) cheering on the Guyana Amazon Warriors during the CPL match between the team and the St Lucia Zouks on Saturday at the Providence Stadium .

Lake Mainstay car and bike show

Lake Mainstay car and bike show

[caption id="attachment_297863" align="alignnone" width="375"] Watch me transform – This customized Toyota Raum from the Rich Gang Group snagged first place for the Best Car Artwork in the Lake Mainstay 5th Annual Car and Bike Show held at the Resort on Saturday .

Lake Mainstay car and bike show

Lake Mainstay car and bike show

[caption id="attachment_297864" align="alignnone" width="365"] Young Rider – 8 Yr Old Raoul Ramnauth with his Yamaha 50 rode away with first place in the Small Bike Category of the Lake Mainstay 5th Annual Car and Bike Show held at the Resort on Saturday .

Lake Mainstay car and bike show

Lake Mainstay car and bike show

[caption id="attachment_297867" align="alignnone" width="375"] Size does matter! – Havin Ramnauth showcasing his $8M Suzuki 600 self-customized motorcycle which took first prize for the Best Super Bike category of the Lake Mainstay 5th Annual Car and Bike Show held at the Resort on Saturday .



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