-want stronger MMA action on wanton pumping
With the El Nino drought deepening, some farmers in Mahaica are angry that their crops are at risk of dying because others are pumping water indiscriminately despite a rotation schedule instituted by the Mahaica, Mahaicony, Abary-Agriculture Development Authority (MMA-ADA). 0
Two suspected money launderers were arrested and millions of dollars in local and foreign currency seized following raids conducted by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) early yesterday morning. 0
The Ministry of Social Protection yesterday condemned the Guyana Post Office Corporation’s use of sprinklers to disperse homeless persons and said it will soon begin a collaborative programme to have them receive care for their specific needs. 0
In Guyana, it’s not easy when ‘he’ becomes ‘she’ 9 hours ago
Sprawled along a dam running parallel to the Canal Number Two Public Road is the village South Section. The village, which ends at the conservancy dam, has a population of approximately 2,000 residents.
This week on What the People Say we asked persons to share their views about this year’s budget. Here are their responses: Photos and interviews by Shabna RahmanAlfred Stephens, security officer/pensioner ‘As a pensioner I agree with the new government and what they plan.