She connected!


She connected! This young girl gets ready to smash a ball yesterday during a game of street cricket at Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara yesterday – a sure sign that July-August vacation has started.

No more barrier


No more barrier… One week after two metal structures were affixed to this bridge on the Railway Embankment at Liliendaal to prevent large trucks from traversing the bridge, which cannot withstand their weight, both have been broken off – no doubt by large trucks. 

A neat fit?

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A neat fit? This motorcycle ended up neatly on top of this car after the two collided at Garnett Street and Stone Avenue on Thursday morning.

Regent Street garbage dump?


Regent Street garbage dump? Some Regent Street business owners have complained about the presence of silt that has been sitting in front of their entities since they returned to work on Tuesday.

Tree uprooted in Queenstown crash

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Around midday yesterday a passenger travelling in a car heading east on Forshaw Street said the car he was in and another car heading south collided at the intersection with New Garden Street causing the second car to flip over and uproot a tree which later fell on it, with both cars coming to a rest in the positions pictured.

Tennis camp

Some of the future tennis stars

On Tuesday, 42 young hopefuls for tennis success started out at the annual P&P Insurance Brokers Junior Tennis Camp hosted by the Guyana Tennis Association (GLTA).

Anti-crime meeting


Anti-crime meeting: President David Granger (third from left) yesterday meeting with Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo (third from right), Minister of State Joseph Harmon (left), Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan (second from left), Commissioner of Police Seelall Persaud (2nd right) and Deputy Chief of Staff of the Guyana Defence Force, Colonel Kemraj Persaud at the Ministry of the Presidency.(GINA Photo)