Workers from the Mayor and City Council were engaged in clearing the Lamaha Embankment near Cummings Street yesterday. Residents of the embankment, some of whom had been there for decades were recently given house lots and relocated to Parfait Harmonie on the West Demerara. The embankment is to be used to run high-powered electrical cables. (Photo by Jules Gibson)A member of the Dorcas Medical Mission team (right) attends to a child at one of the clinics set up at Love and Faith church in Sophia yesterday. The Dorcas Medical Mission is holding an outreach at three locations in Georgetown and New Amsterdam, which includes medical services as well as the distribution of food, clothing and medicines. The outreach ends on Thursday. (Photo by Jules Gibson)
At centre is Justin Nedd, CEO of telecommunications giant GTT, along with other men at the company’s Camp and Robb streets branch, where they donned bras and shared out cupcakes to customers for ‘No Bra Day,’ a Breast Cancer Awareness Month activity that was observed on Friday.
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