Photos of the day: October 27, 2020
Tuesday 27 October 2020
Bird-watch: Benson the parrot keeps its owner company at the Santa Hair and Wig Store on Point-A-Pierre road, San Fernando. - MARVIN HAMILTON
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One of the millions of locusts that invaded the Rock River, Moruga area - LINCOLN HOLDER
Nyala Balkissoon Maharaj (left) is assisted by Indra Ganga, a sales clerk at the Indian Expo store, located on Upper High Street, San Fernando. - MARVIN HAMILTON
Nyala Balkissoon Maharaj said, "This Divali will be different. As a dean since 1976, I will miss having our Divali program. I would like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone at their homes regardless of faith to light deyas, to banish darkness and covid". - MARVIN HAMILTON
Apple stall on Charlotte Street - SUREASH CHOLAI
Apple and grapes vendor Gaitree Doodnath attends to a customer from her stall on Charlotte Street. - SUREASH CHOLAI
Water is seen leaking through this manhole for several days now, on Hart Street, Port of Spain near the Red House, home of St Ann's and St James taxi stands. There are concerns it may be sewage water. - SUREASH CHOLAI
Water runs from a fire hydrant on the corner of Mucurapo and Lord Street, San Fernando on Tuesday morning. Eventually it was fixed by WASA. - MARVIN HAMILTON
Viara-Li Yetsam, while wearing a facemask, plays the national anthem on steelpan at Arouca/Maloney MP Camille Robinson-Regis launch of her "Ten Thankful Tuesdays "initiative at the Arouca Community Centre. - SUREASH CHOLAI
Arouca/Maloney MP Camille Robinson-Regis presented a tablet to 6 year old Anna Joseph. There were 300 tablet and scholarship givaways at the MP's first "Ten Thankful Tuesdays" initiative at the Arouca Community Centre. - SUREASH CHOLAI