Alex Griffith, the 15 year old boy who was shot in his mouth by a cadet officer of the Guyana Police Force) received a donation of CDN$400 from Guyanese/Canadian Human Rights lawyer, Selwyn Pieters, according to a release from social activist Mark Benschop.On behalf of Griffith and his mother, Benschop said he wished to thank Pieters for his kindness. (In photo: Ryan Benschop (right) handing over the donation earlier today on behalf of Pieters.
A visitor from the Falklands: Minister of State, Joseph Harmon (centre), on Monday received a courtesy call from Ian Hansen (left), member of the Legislative Assembly of the Falkland Islands at his office at the Ministry of the Presidency.
Reclaiming the parapets: City Hall in a bid to restore Georgetown to its former glory has begun to fence the parapet of Princes Street and beautify the area by planting trees and shrubs.
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