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AK-47 magazines found in Albouystown

AK-47 magazines found in Albouystown

The four AK-47 magazines found by police in Albouystown last night .

Squall hits Corentyne

Squall hits Corentyne

Yesterday, a storm on the Corentyne Coast knocked down lantern poles and peeled off roofing sheets .

Sinking

Sinking

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In full bloom

In full bloom

[caption id="attachment_296061" align="alignnone" width="375"] This tree at Beterverwagting, ECD is ripe for the picking .

Camping out

Camping out

[caption id="attachment_296060" align="alignnone" width="375"] The camping grounds of the Scouts Association compound along Woolford Avenue .

The birds have to eat

The birds have to eat

[caption id="attachment_296059" align="alignnone" width="375"] Pigeon feeding at East Ruimveldt .

Making do with what we have

Making do with what we have

[caption id="attachment_296062" align="alignnone" width="375"] These vagrants were relaxing under a large umbrella on the Lamaha Street embankment .

Watch out!

Watch out!

A car manoeuvring a cavernous pothole at the intersection at Albert and Charlotte streets, Bourda .

Fishing

Fishing

Fishing with an old fan cage at the Golden Grove seawall (Photo by Arian Browne) .

Stephen Validum

Stephen Validum

Stephen Validum and a friend on a car bonnet urging the public to give him support at the upcoming Mr Talented Teen Pageant (Photo by Arian Browne) .

Genip season

Genip season

Genip season: Children carrying home a tub-full of genips at Buxton, ECD yesterday (Photo by Arian Browne) .

One man band

One man band

One man band: With two sticks, two metal bowls and an empty oil bottle on a tray of sorts, this gentleman was entertaining motorists along Sheriff St yesterday with his rhythms .

Essequibo rice farmers protest

Essequibo rice farmers protest

Rice farmers with their placards on the Anna Regina High Bridge yesterday .

Essequibo rice farmers protest

Essequibo rice farmers protest

This donkey cart was part of the protest procession by Essequibo rice farmers yesterday .

Uniform vouchers being uplifted

Uniform vouchers being uplifted

Parents of children attending the Golden Grove Primary School, East Coast Demerera uplifting their school uniform vouchers on Thursday .

Golden Grove Primary teachers lauded

Golden Grove Primary teachers lauded

Teachers of the Golden Grove Primary School, East Coast Demerara were praised by parents for the impressive job they have been doing, which has led to the students excelling at the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA), and Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) Examination through the school’s primary top, since its establishment in 2001 .

Comrades in arms

Comrades in arms

President Donald Ramotar (left) and Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves at the Caricom Heads of Government summit in Antigua which ended yesterday .

Caricom class photo

Caricom class photo

Caricom Heads at the end of the 35th conference in Antigua and Barbuda yesterday .

Go Brazil!

Go Brazil!

Go Brazil! Guyanese and Brazilians at Rockies Bar on Light Street supporting Brazil during its 2-1 victory over Colombia today .

State of decay

State of decay

State of decay: Red Road, Sophia .

Secondary school for Kato progressing

Secondary school for Kato progressing

Construction on the $25 .

Upliftment of uniform vouchers

Upliftment of uniform vouchers

Yesterday, Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand (right) visited the New Diamond Grove Primary School to engage parents as they uplift their uniform vouchers .

Hinterland scholars

Hinterland scholars

Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, performing the duties of President, last evening urged hinterland youths educated under the Hinterland Scholarship Programme to be the impetus of greater socio-economic growth for the country .

Caricom delegation

Caricom delegation

[caption id="attachment_295695" align="alignnone" width="377"] From right: President Donald Ramotar and Guyana’s Foreign Affairs Minister Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett and Legal Affairs Minister Anil Nandlall at the 35th Meeting of the Caricom Heads of Government on Wednesday .

Guyana Foundation shares out school supplies in Meten-Meer-Zorg

Guyana Foundation shares out school supplies in Meten-Meer-Zorg

Just over one year old, the Guyana Foundation is rapidly moving ahead with its work to transform the lives, and communities, of people across Guyana, a release from the foundation said .

Celebrating with cake

Celebrating with cake

Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Priya Manickchand and outgoing US Ambassador to Guyana, Brent Hardt cutting the cake at the 238th independence anniversary of the United States of America at the ambassador’s residence at Cummings Lodge last evening .

Caricom Heads meet

Caricom Heads meet

Guyana’s Head of State, Donald Ramotar (3rd from right) and other Caricom Heads at the 35th Caricom Heads of Government Meeting in Antigua and Barbuda .

Caricom song songstress awarded

Caricom song songstress awarded

Michele Henderson of Dominica debuted her song Celebrating CARICOM at yesterday’s opening of the Caricom Heads of Government Summit in Antigua .

Stroller time

Stroller time

[caption id="attachment_295587" align="alignnone" width="170"] This woman took a spell in a stroller as her child explored her surroundings .

Sewage woes continue at Georgetown Magistrate’s court

Sewage woes continue at Georgetown Magistrate’s court

The Georgetown Magistrate’s court sewerage system continues to leak waste and all those attending court yesterday were subjected to foul odour as well as the muck which covered the main pathway of the court .

Sewage woes continue at Georgetown Magistrate’s court

Sewage woes continue at Georgetown Magistrate’s court

 The Georgetown Magistrate’s court sewerage system continues to leak waste and all those attending court yesterday were subjected to foul odour as well as the muck which covered the main pathway of the court .

Sewage woes continue at Georgetown Magistrate’s court

Sewage woes continue at Georgetown Magistrate’s court

The Georgetown Magistrate’s court sewerage system continues to leak waste and all those attending court yesterday were subjected to foul odour as well as the muck which covered the main pathway of the court .

No more vending

No more vending

No more vending: Kitty Seawall vendors have been once again barred from operating near the Kitty Pump Station .

Police force celebrating 175 years

Police force celebrating 175 years

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) today commenced its 175th anniversary celebrations with its traditional drum head ceremony and prayer service at its Eve Leary Headquarters .

MPs reach out to schools in Region 9

MPs reach out to schools in Region 9

Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo was the focus of the most recent outreach to schools by Members of Parliament last Thursday, June 26 and Friday, June 27, 2014 .

MPs reach out to schools in Region 9

MPs reach out to schools in Region 9

Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo was the focus of the most recent outreach to schools by Members of Parliament last Thursday, June 26 and Friday, June 27, 2014 .

Blue CAPS closing ceremony

Blue CAPS closing ceremony

Yesterday, the Blue CAPS held a closing ceremony at the Duke Lodge Hotel to observe the completion of its inaugural Building Communities through Leadership Training and Service (BCLTS) programme .



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