Tag: clean up

M&CC commences Mash clean-up exercise

M&CC commences Mash clean-up exercise

Kellon Rover Kellon Rover- February 24, 2020

DPI, Guyana, Monday, February 24, 2020. The Georgetown Mayor and City Council (M&CC) began its Mashramani clean-up exercise immediately after ... Read More

Towards a brighter Georgetown

Towards a brighter Georgetown

Neola Damon Neola Damon- October 12, 2019

―members of Guyana Islamic Trust clean up Parliament Square − more clean-up sessions to follow DPI, Guyana, Saturday, October 12, ... Read More

Show you care, do your share

Show you care, do your share

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 23, 2019

―Miss Earth Guyana delegates clean No. 63 Beach ―Delegates participated in Meet-and-Greet on Easter Monday DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, April 23, ... Read More

Festival City commended for taking the lead

Festival City commended for taking the lead

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 24, 2019

─ embarks on clean up exercise to restore to its former glory ─ earns Govt support DPI, Guyana, Sunday, March ... Read More

Put waste in the right place!

Put waste in the right place!

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 3, 2019

─ Guyana Wildlife Conservation facilitates massive clean-up along Kingston seawall – Mayor calls for everyone to be ambassador to keep ... Read More

City councilors get the garbage rolling

City councilors get the garbage rolling

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 20, 2019

─ Commences clean-up of the city ─ working towards a clean green Georgetown DPI, Guyana, Sunday, January 20, 2019 Top ... Read More

Sophia residents, Min. Broomes, GPF, join forces for clean-up exercise

Sophia residents, Min. Broomes, GPF, join forces for clean-up exercise

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 17, 2018

- Minister Broomes also visits fire victims DPI, Guyana, Saturday, November 17, 2018 A two-day community clean-up exercise in Sophia ... Read More

Georgetown benefitting from drainage works

Georgetown benefitting from drainage works

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 25, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Several communities in and around Georgetown are benefitting from improved drainage. Community Coordinator of ... Read More

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