Photos of the day September 15, 2021
Thursday 16 September 2021
Minister of Public Utilities Marvin Gonzales, centre, cuts the ribbon to officialy open the newly paved Windy Hill Road, Arouca on Wednesday. The road was paved after drivers complained about their uncomfortable driving experience caused by the road being previously paved with oil sand. Also in photo are director of the Programme for Upgrading Roads Efficiency (PURE) Hayden Philip, from left, Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan, Councillor for La Florissante D'Abadie Dwayne Mora, Councillor for Five Rivers Desiree De Freitas and David Julal. - AYANNA KINSALE
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Arima MP Pennelope Beckles gives Syrai Joseph a computer tablet at the Arima Community Centre on Wednesday for placing 3rd in the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam. Syrai attended the Arima Girls Government Primary School. Also in the photo is Arima Mayor Cagney Casmire. - Angelo Marcelle
Police officers look on at a house which was destroyed by a major landslide at Diamond Road, Belleview Claxton Bay on Wednesday. The house belongs to the Garcia family. - Lincoln Holder
Policewoman Anastacia Morris-Garcia removes her police gear from her Diamond Road Belleview, Claxton Bay home after it was destroyed by a landslide. Two other homes are also under threat. Residents say a nearby quarry is to blame. - Lincoln Holder
Lauryn Hutchinson, right, tries to get the ball during a national training session on Wednesday at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. - AYANNA KINSALE
Upper 6 Holy Cross College student Keshon Banfield 17, receives a tablet device from Arima MP Pennelope Beckles at the the Arima Community Centre on Wednesday. Banfield placed 1st in the nation in the physical education exams and 7th in the Caribbean. The event was hosted by the Arima Constituency. - Angelo Marcelle