Guayaguayare

Fishermen: Vendors exploiting us

A $35 mil­lion fish land­ing fa­cil­i­ty, built for Guayagua­yare fish­er­men in 2012, re­mains un­oc­cu­pied and un­der­utilised be­cause of poor de­sign and con­struc­tion.

When the tide comes in, the force of the waves from the At­lantic Ocean cas­cades in­to the fa­cil­i­ty mak­ing it im­pos­si­ble for the fish­er­men to use. They can­not dock at the port ei­ther be­cause the har­bour was not dredged prop­er­ly to fa­cil­i­tate land­ing and the pier is eight feet high­er than their pirogues.

Double murder in Guayaguayare

Two men from Guayaguayare are the countries latest murder victims.

Dead are Terrence Ramoutar and Joseph Henry of Saltwater Line Stone, Bright Village, Guayaguayare.

The men, who were said to be in their late mid 30s or early 40s, were discovered in a burnt out house.

Reports are that police received information that around 2 am on Friday morning that a house was on fire.

Man perishes in house fire in Guayaguayare

A 37-year-old man perished in a fire early Monday morning at the home of a relative in Guayaguayare.

Ramesh Majudilla of La Brea Village, Guayaguayare was in the when it caught afire.

Reports are that around 7.30 am, residents observed that smoke was emanating from the wooden structure.

A neighbour who wished not to reveal his identity said that he heard screams coming from the house in which Majudilla was staying and after a short while the house was engulfed in flames.