Lest we forget: Government officials, members of the military and diplomatic corps along with veterans from the Guyana Legion and others, yesterday morning braved the rainy weather, to commemorate Remembrance Day at the Cenotaph, Georgetown, the Department of Public Information reported. The ceremony held under the theme `Lest we forget’, began with a military parade followed by the Presidential Salute and two minutes of silence to acknowledge those who served and fell in World Wars I and II. Some of the surviving veterans of World Wars I and II at the Remembrance Day Observance 2017 yesterday (DPI photo)
Coordinator for the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Works Services Group, Geoffrey Vaughn has described as baseless, claims that non-functioning traffic lights make key intersections hazardous for drivers.
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.
The entrance to Belle West Phase Two housing scheme, West Bank Demerara is littered with potholes that were filled with water on Sunday.
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