For close to seven years now reporters attached to this newspaper have gone to various communities in all ten regions of Guyana, seeking to shed light on their customs, way of life and issues. Recognising that for a very long time, many of the far-to-reach places were out of sight and in several instances out of mind as well.


Easy-going, independent and hospitable are only some of the words used by Leguan residents


Nothing stirs within the thatched houses that occasionally crack the forested monotony along the upper Pomeroon River.

Kuru Kururu

For some people, living away from the capital may present a challenge but for the residents of Kuru Kururu, they are satisfied with life in their community and regard it as “a peaceful place to live where everyone gets along with one another.” The Kuru Kururu police outpost which is manned by two police ranks.