Interviews by Dreylan Johnson with photos by Keno George
This week, we asked the man and woman in the street for their thoughts on the Caribbean’s participation in the Olympics, the performances of the Guyanese athletes and what has been the highlight of the Olympics for them so far.
Interviews and photos by Dreylan Johnson and David Papannah
Given Guyana’s recent oil find and preparations to begin exploiting it in five years the man and woman in the street were asked to say what areas should be focused on and what projects should be embarked on by the government once Guyana begins receiving revenue from oil.
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Interviews and photos by Jonelle Fields and Oliceia Simon
This week, we asked students of the University of Guyana for their opinions on the recently announced new fee that graduating students would have to pay.
This week, we asked the man/woman in the street whether they had gone to any of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty/20 games at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence and what the experience was like.
With photos by David Papannah
With Guyana having just co-hosted the Caricom Heads of Government Summit, we asked the man/ woman in the street what Caricom means to them as Guyanese, if they were aware of the recently concluded conference and whether they believe we are benefiting from being part of the community.
Photos by Shabna Rahman
This week we asked the man and woman in the street to talk about their favourite show on television, the last movie they would have seen, the last book they read or their favourite radio station and why they consider them to be their favourites.
Interviews by Oliceia Simon with photographs by Shabna Rahman
With domestic violence being a front burner issue, this week we asked the man/woman in the street why they felt men who are abused often choose not to make police reports and why women tended to remain in abusive relationships.
Interviews and photos by Jonelle Fields and David Papannah
This week we asked the man and woman in the street for their views on the City Council’s announced plan to install parking meters in Central Georgetown this year.
This week we asked the man/woman in the street whether they had attended the flag-raising ceremony, the float parade or any of the other Jubilee events and what they felt about the event/s they attended.
This week residents of Rupununi were asked about the issues affecting them the most. Their comments follow:
Interviews by Mariah Lall with photos by Keno George
Alfreda Charles – ‘I think we are running short of drugs in the Moco Moco health centre.