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(Continued from last week) Buying a healthy puppyThe best age at which to buy a puppy is when he/she is about eight weeks old .
The Osprey (Pandion haliaetus), sometimes known as the sea hawk, fish eagle, or fish hawk, is a diurnal, fish-eating bird of prey .
It is not every day that you open the local newspapers and read about an entire police station being transferred from a community because of incompetence, insensitivity and as alleged in this recent case, complicity in crime .
Hello all .
Young people make up most of our nation’s population today .
(This is Part Four of a series of five reviewing the reports of the Guyana Forestry Commission for 2005-12 which were tabled in Parliament on November 7th, 2013) By Janette Bulkan and John Palmer In the third article in this series, we offered comments on the general principles for annual reports (ARs) from government agencies and noted peculiarities common in the eight reports from the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) .
The Leadership and Democracy (LEAD) project proposed by the United States government has sufficiently broad support among the Guyanese people for the Guyana Government to have second thoughts about it .
There have been much discussions and criticisms of APNU’s proposal of a social contract .
This article was received from Project Syndicate, an international not-for-profit association of newspapers dedicated to hosting a global debate on the key issues shaping our world .
(Part I)During the last week or so, the purchase of drugs and medical supplies for the Ministry of Health and the Georgetown Hospital once again made headline news in the print media .
This week we asked ten men and women living along the Essequibo Coast to talk about the issues affecting them the most and what they would like to see improved .
Stories and photos by Shabna UllahResidents of Sandvoort, an agricultural village in West Canje, Berbice whose residents are close-knit, have been involved in self-help activities from the inception .
The big news circulating within the chess world is that Anand wants his world championship title back .
This week’s column wraps up my presentation on the long-term situation of the global sugar industry, which as I have argued stands in stark contrast to that of Guyana’s .
(Continued from last week) WeaningThe time to wean the pups away from the mother depends upon several factors which include the size of the litter .
‘The unexamined life is notworth living’ – Socrates .
Last week’s headlines highlighted efforts by Gecom to speed up the reporting of election results by introducing electronic counting and compilation of votes for a limited area, presumably as a pilot project .
Naan is a Middle Eastern and South Asian type of flatbread .
My mother was an unusual woman who had, among other attributes, an inclination to laugh at anything and everything .
What’s most shameful about Latin Ameri-can presidents’ sche-duled visit to Cuba for a regional summit on Tuesday is not that they will visit one of the world’s last family dictatorships, but that they most likely won’t even set foot at a parallel summit that the island’s peaceful opposition plans to hold at the same time .
Change in structureA particularly interesting feature of the Guyana economy is the growth that it has exhibited over the last several years .
(Continued from last week)Mealy bugs can be devastatingThere are two types of nealy bugs: they are either white or pink .
The President of the European Commission (EC), José Manuel Barroso, has confirmed that Europe is presently in the process of debating a significant change in its policy towards Cuba .
Last year the world lost one of its great poets .
“The majority of us are responsible for the kind of barbaric, lawless society we have today… We have become so disconnected from the sufferings of our neighbours that we are no longer able to recognise how their suffering is connected to the collapse of social peace and law and order in our society .
(This is Part Three of a series of five reviewing the reports of the Guyana Forestry Commission for 2005-12 which were tabled in Parliament on November 7th, 2013) By Janette Bulkan and John PalmerIn the second article in this series, we offered comments on the summary accounts of the Guyana Forestry Commission for the eight years 2005-2012 and the associated statements by the Auditor General often several years later .
Hello there Comrade Minister .
By Janette Bulkan and John Palmer (This is Part Two of a series of five reviewing the reports of the Guyana Forestry Commission for 2005-12 which were tabled in Parliament on November 7th, 2013)In the first article in this series, we gave reasons why the National Assembly should be scrutinizing, and be helped to scrutinize, the annual reports and audits of finances of government agencies as a routine function of parliament acting on behalf of the citizens of Guyana .
We face system failures in this society that cause severe social crisis .
(This is Part One of a series of five reviewingthe reports of the Guyana Forestry Commission for 2005-12 which were tabled in Parliamenton November 7th, 2013)By Janette Bulkan and John PalmerThis commentary is a partial analysis of the annual reports for years 2005-2012 from the Guyana Forestry Commission tabled in the National Assembly on 07 November 2013, at the same time as some of the backlog of reports from other government agencies .
The worst thing one can do is to misdiagnose what has happened to Mr .
Last week, we discussed the financial accountability of Neighbourhood Democratic Councils (NDCs), which is in a complete state of disarray .
Interviews and photos by Dacia WhaulMark Blackman, farmer‘Well I am living here for thirty-five years now and the road has never been graded, since it was last graded in 2011 .
By Dacia Whaul with photos by Arian BrowneThere was no one out in the streets when Sunday Stabroek visited Anna Catherina recently .