A week of celebrations marking the 125th anniversary of the Registration Department will climax tomorrow with a public lecture by former Acting Chief Justice Sherman Moore.
The lecture will take place in the Atrium Room of the Supreme Court Complex, Whitepark Road, at 7:30 p.m., and Moore will speak on the topic: Reflections.
It follows yesterday’s successful staging of a day-long open day and health fair in the courtyard of the Supreme Court Complex at which members of the public and staff were treated to a variety of health checks, including blood sugar and blood pressure test.
Additionally, those who attended had the opportunity to benefit from manicures, pedicure and massages, while men were offered cancer checks for a nominal fee. Visitors were also provided with vital information on the workings of the department over the years.
The entire week of activities, held under the theme “Looking Back, Moving Forward”, began with a worship service at the All Souls Anglican Church at Bank Hall on August 5. (RRM)
- Govt ‘making up’ with former commissioner – Senator Franklyn
- ‘Make money from Sargassum seaweed’
- Fishing boat credit scheme being explored - Humphrey
- Electric buses ‘by year-end’, says Abrahams
- Protest near US Embassy in support of President Nicolas Maduro
- PM denies giving diplomatic passport, $100,000 waiver to Hartley Henry
- GUYANA - Vice Chancellor denies running University broke as staff calls for audit
- REGIONAL - Haiti inmates escape from Aquin prison
- GUYANA - ‘Clean up the list’
- THE BAHAMAS - Haitian sloop survivors will be repatriated
- GUYANA - Student remanded on UG bomb threat charges
- THE BAHAMAS - Together in grief
- Mobile App