Interviews and photos by Shabna Ullah As school reopens for the first day today after a two-month break many children would be turning out in their new gear while some parents were not sure whether their children would be able to start out immediately.
Interviews and photos by David Papannah This week on `what the people say…’ we asked residents of Orealla, Corentyne to share their views on the newly installed GT&T telephone tower in the community.
Photos and interviews by Frances Abraham and Lakhram Bhagirat This week we asked the man and woman in the street their thoughts on the London Olympics 2012, the highlight for them and their views on how the Guyana team can improve their performance in the future.
As Toshaos from across the country gathered at the Liliendaal Convention Centre for the annual Toshaos Council Meeting last week, we asked them what were some of the difficulties faced in their community and what are their expectations coming out of the meeting.
Last month Stabroek News visited the Port Kaituma area which is commonly referred to as the gateway to the North West District.
Photos and interviews by David Papannah Given the tremendous impact it has been having on our country, a team including government officials is going around the country talking to people about the domestic violence situation in Guyana.
Schools’ out youths are at home. Stabroek News asked young people at Linden about their plans for this holiday season.
The proposed introduction of the $5,000 bill Interviews and photos by David Papannah This week we asked the man and woman in the street around the New Amsterdam and Rose Hall markets for their views on the planned introduction of the $5,000 bill in Guyana: Anita Paul, self-employed – ‘I do not see the need to bring out a $5,000 note.
This week we asked the public their views on the recently released results of the National Grade Six Assessment which showed that most of the top scoring students attended private schools rather than public schools and their suggestions to the relevant authorities.
Interviews and photos by David Papannah In the wake of the recently started ‘Pick it Up’ campaign which encourages persons to clean up and take pride in their community, we asked some men and women in Berbice what they thought of the campaign and whether they would want to be part of it.
This week we asked residents of Linden what is their role in ensuring that public works in their community are done to a satisfactory standard.
Corporal punishment in schools Interviews and photos by David Papannah Minister of Education Priya Manickchand has been holding consultations on corporal punishment in schools in the wake of several violent incidents in the school system.
This week we asked the residents of Enmore about issues in their community that are affecting them.
Photos by Anjuli Persaud This week we asked the man and woman in the streets about their lives in the areas of Lancaster, Liverpool and Manchester, Corentyne.
Since the start of the May-June rainy season Lindeners have been raising concerns about a number of environmental health issues.
By John Richards and Lakhram Bhagirat with photos by Anjuli Persaud and John Richards This week we asked the residents of Moraikobe village, Mahaicony Creek to tell us what life is like in Moraikobe as well as what are some of the difficulties they face and how they think life in their village can be improved.
This week we asked the man and woman in the street their thoughts about the recent hike in bus fares.
Linden Town Week Linden celebrates its 42nd anniversary as a town with the festivities of the Linden Town Week 2012.
This week we asked the delegates at the 13th Annual Caribbean Tourism Organization Conference their thoughts on the presentations.
The budget debate and VAT Photos and interviews by Frances Abraham and Alva Solomon This week we asked the man and woman in the street about their views on the budget debate and the Value Added Tax.
This week we asked Lindeners about the announcement in the budget that power bills will be going up as the government subsidy will be gradually removed.
Interviews and photos by Shabna Ullah This week on What the People Say we asked persons in Berbice if they have landline telephones or if they want one as well as how many mobile phones they have and which network they use.
This week we asked the man and woman in the street of their expectations of the budget which is scheduled to be presented on Friday.
This week persons at the Ministry of Education’s Science, Mathematics and Technology Fair held at Diamond Secondary School spoke about how the initiative has benefited them, what they have learnt and what can be done to improve the exhibition in the future.
Photos and interviews by Shabna Ullah This week on ‘What the People Say’ persons in Berbice commented on some of the changes they would like to see