Colin Kay Colin Kay: `They should tax private education simply because the schools are charging a fee so it should be taxable, whereas you go to the public schools, you pay no charges so there is no fee.
Interviews by Oliceia Tinnie, photos by David Papannah This week we asked taxi operators about their views on the parking meters.
By Dreylan Johnson and David Papannah This week we asked the man/woman in the street their views on tattoos in the workplace and the military.
Photos and interviews by: Oliceia Tinnie and David Papannah Leslie Barnwell- Security ‘My new year’s resolution is to ask God almighty for health and strength, prosperity and success in the future and the future years to come.
This week we asked the man/woman in the street what they thought about the government’s budget proposal to implement the value-added tax on water and electricity where bills exceed $10,000 and $1,500 respectively.
Interviews and photos by Dreylan Johnson and David Papannah This week we asked the man/woman in the street about their eating habits; whether they consider their diets to be healthy, what they can do to improve it and if a family history of diseases such as diabetes and hypertension influences their diet in any way.
Interviews and photos by Jonelle Fields and David Papannah This week we asked the man/woman in the street for their views on the US election and President-elect Donald Trump.
Restaurant Week will be celebrated later this month. This week we asked the man/woman in the street if they eat out at restaurants and if so, how often and what their experiences have been like?
Photos and interviews by Oliceia Simon-Tinnie and David Papannah This week we asked the man/ woman in the street about the blackouts that have been occurring.
Last week, a coconut festival was held in Guyana to highlight the potential of the industry.
Interviews and photos by Dreylan Johnson and Dhanash Ramroop This week, we asked people in Linden to speak about issues that were affecting them.
The Ministry of Education has said it will move to charge parents who keep their children away from school without a valid excuse.
Fees at the University of Guyana have been increased by five per cent.
This week we asked the man/woman in the street for their take on the proposed six months of maternity leave for women.
Interviews and photos by Shabna Rahman This week on What the People Say, residents of Rupununi, Region Nine commented on issues affecting them and what they would like the government to change.
Photos by Jonelle Fields This week we asked the public’s opinion on whether or not workers should post comments about fellow co-workers on Facebook or other social media Jameel Grahame ‘It is my opinion that the principle of freedom of expression is grounded in controversial commentary.
Photos by Oliceia Simon-Tinnie This week we asked the man/woman in the street for their views on how the Mayor and City Council has performed since historic local government elections in March this year.
Photos by Mariah Lall With the National Toshaos Council (NTC) five-day conference having concluded at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre, participants were asked for their opinion on President David Granger’s recommendation for the establishment of a five-member authority to implement and monitor decisions made by the NTC.
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.