JunctionTen48 - A cosy restaurant space for sports fans and ...

Colombo’s restaurant scene is ever-expanding and it continued, even amidst the lockdown period. JunctionTen48 is one of the latest ad...

Want To Adopt A Sri Lankan Child?

A child is considered a blessing, but due to unforeseen circumstances, having a child could remain a dream for some who aspire to be pa...

Conservationists urge public to adjust and coexist with Croc...

Crocodiles are the most advanced surviving reptiles while many of their features are more similar to mammals or birds than to other rep...

Tribute To Desmond De Silva - Artistes And Friends Recollect...

Sri Lankan parties always have one song in common, often played towards the end to wrap things up. The lyrics of ‘Sumihiri pane’ by...

Dr. Jayamaha: ’’People need not worry to get themselves ...

“Vaccines are given to millions of people and any vaccine could have rare or adverse side effects,” opined Dr. Jude Jayamaha, Consu...

Expectations for the New Year across various sectors

Although Sri Lankans are slowly adjusting to normalcy amidst the pandemic, more issues have added to the burden. The economy, unpredict...

Chulanee Attanayake

One of the few Sri Lankans who study China and South Asia, Dr. Chulanee Attanayake believes that China’s foray into Sri Lanka is a re...

Spotting And Conserving The Red And Grey Slender Loris

After about a half hour’s walk into the thick jungles, the naturalist pointed out two tiny red eyes, reflecting the light from our to...

As New Year dawns… Public raise more concerns than resolut...

A major New Year resolution for anyone would be to keep aside those masks and step out to breath some fresh air.

Phantoms of the Night

They are shy and elusive but oftentimes mistaken as potential threats to humans. The wild felines in Sri Lanka not only comprise leopar...

Bhoomi recognised at 2021 APCOM Heroes Award

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Queer (LGBTIQ) Community has fought long battles to earn acceptance and recognit...

W@W - Chamini Weerasooriya

Changing the tide in this sophisticated form of art is a budding young female artist, Chamini Weerasooriya who hails from Anuradhapura....

‘MĀRGA’: An artist’s rendition of Prince Siddhartha...

Priyantha Weerasooriya is one such artist who has been painting the Bodhisatva on canvas and paper since 2006. In his upcoming exhibiti...

The Purfect Baker

“To me, food can always be creative and flavourful,” opined Pathum Weerasinghe, the face behind The Purfect Baker. Having experimen...

Spotlight on Cannabis

Dr. Wasantha Sena Weliange (PhD in Natural Sciences) has been in the forefront in breaking the taboo on cannabis. As a result, he has t...

W@W - Solange Gunawijeya

A proud product of St. Joseph’s Girls’ School,Nugegoda, Gunawijeya has travelled to many countries to represent Sri Lanka in basket...

W@W - Nethu Wickramasinghe

It takes a great deal of effort to strike a balance between work and life. But this wasn’t the case for Nethu Wickramasinghe or her h...

Can Sri Lanka spread the message of ‘compassion towards al...

The proposed Animal Welfare Bill was drafted in 2006 and tabled in Parliament in 2010. The existing law addressing cruelty towards anim...

Meals from ‘The Dara Lipa’ with love

This flavour and the authenticity of traditionally cooked meals was the inspiration behind ‘The Dara Lipa’, founded by Lahiru Karal...

Yohani - “I’d love to perform live for Big B one day”

Sri Lankans have been some of the biggest fans of Bollywood hits but recently, Sri Lanka and the world got to see a Bollywood superstar...

The new gazette: Will it protect tamed elephants ?

The debate on whether or not to keep elephants in captivity has continued for years but the practice only seems to be continuing with b...

W@W - Hasini Haputhanthri

A visit to the museum was something that we all anticipated in our childhood. Even though the common notion is that a museum is a place...

An environmentalist’s plea to protect the Pepiliyana Wetla...

Since October 2018, Colombo has been accredited as South Asia’s only Wetland City as per the RAMSAR Convention but environmentalists ...

‘My Faces’ - Narrating a life story on canvas

Dileepa Jeewantha’s love for painting has paved a path to go in search of himself. Unlike many popular artists, specialising in abstr...

Ogha Collective: Developing a narrative via Performance Art

Back in 1974, Marina Abramovic´ of Serbia laid out 72 items on a trestle table and asked the public to use them on her in any way they...

In-Between II: A celebration of abstract art

“The artist is always a good and positive dreamer and it takes a long time for those dreams to come true,” says Kingsley Gunatillak...

Urgent call to protect Sri Lanka’s dwindling population of...

Over 250 carcasses of turtles, dolphins and whales have so far washed ashore following the X-Press Pearl inferno. While investigations ...

W@W - Lihini Aluwihare

Sri Lanka’s marine environment is going through a dark spell in the aftermath of the X-Press Pearl inferno. Investigations are underw...

Us On Earth: From the farm to the table

The dialogue on organic farming and chemical-free food has taken a new dimension with the government’s move to ban chemical fertilise...