Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Daily Archives: September 9, 2018

- Top disability student Anjalie Sookra ANJALIE Sookra, the top Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) student for disability this year, depended heavily on the support...

- ‘Once you have them and they increase in their numbers, what are you going to do?’ MARLIN Motiram has always owned a dog and...

RESEDA Hack is a resident of Bartica, but after gaining a place at Queen’s College in 2013, when she wrote the National Grade Six...

OVER the past few weeks we have been speaking about alcohol- what it does to our mind and body - and whether our consumption...

MIGRATING often changes people and in some cases make them forget the bounties of their homeland and even the memories which they once held...

By Gibron Rahim ART and craftwork are but a small reflection of the true richness of Guyana’s Indigenous cultures. However, as the recently concluded Indigenous...

Major Pests and Diseases of the sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) IN Guyana Sweet Potato is the second most widely grown root tuber after yams and...

By Francis Quamina Farrier THE four annual events of the Guyana Cultural Association of New York, Inc. - the Awards Ceremony, the 'Kwe Kwe' Nite,...

THE Linden’s Lions Club is targeting underprivileged communities in Linden, as several of these would have been beneficiaries of recent projects geared towards empowering...

FOR artist Roland Taylor carving ‘dead wood’ from fallen trees into beautiful pieces of art is a way of life and it means even...