Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, yesterday, expressed confidence in the new board and administration of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission’s (GLSC) capacity to make management and land use consistent with international standards and best practices.
As part of the programme of celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of the country’s Independence, the Ministry of Education and the Embassy of Mexico organised the first tour to Guyana by Internacional Mariachi Agave, one of Mexico’s most prestigious groups in the area of traditional music.
The heavy rainfall yesterday left two streets in Subryanville flooded. Second Avenue and Church Road were under several inches of water and it was related to Stabroek News that even though there had been cleanups around the city, the area was still as flood prone as it was years ago.
President David Granger (centre) last met with James Duddridge, MP (right) Minister for Africa, the Overseas Territories and the Caribbean of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom, where he recommitted his country’s support for Guyana in the face of ongoing threats to its territory by neighbouring Venezuela, even while pledging some £53M for infrastructural development, the Ministry of the Presidency said.
One of the many floats from last Thursday’s parade which have been abandoned at various points around the city. This broken one is on the parapet near Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry’s headquarters and Pegasus Hotel in Kingston.