The front patio is a casual affair, but some TLC might do the trickMr Tyler said the owner has decided to move on, but he’ll miss his favourite fishing shack.“He’s a boatie through and through and very much a bird lover as well which is something the creek attracts,” he said.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair or Facebook at Kieran Clair — journoAn easy afternoon paddle from the back yard. Just bring your tool kit and a tinnie to make the most of this northside waterfront home.FISHERMEN need this one on their finder.This lowest, three-bedroom renovator on 764sq m of land at 9 Utalong St, Deagon fronts Cabbage Tree Creek and would make the perfect project for a keen angler who’s talented with a hammer.Roll up your sleeves and get to work … when the fish aren’t biting that is.The challenger will be staying focused on the project when high tide comes a-calling, according to Coronis Bracken Ridge senior sales consultant, Jarrod Tyler.“When its high tide twice a day, you can get in and out with no dramas in something like a tinnie or a kayak,” Mr Tyler said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoOff the lawn and into your tinnie — no problem.“You can go all the way out to the mouth of the creek, go out past the Sandgate Marina and all the way out — it’d take you five or ten minutes and away you go,” he said.“If you just want to throw one of those smaller boats — anything probably up to six or seven foot, in the water about half-a-foot — no dramas.”Mr Tyler said the home was an original, and the new owner will need to do some work to maximise the property’s potential.“Some works been done to the place but it’s sort of half done. It’s ripe for someone to come in and put their spin on it,” he said.A functional home full of potential
ILOILO City – A 26-year-old man got electrocutedin Barangay Pandac, Pavia, Iloilo. He was brought to the Western VisayasMedical Center in Mandurriao district for treatment./PN Ivan Paul Jagorin of Barangay Sambag,Jaro district sustained burns on both of his hands, a police report showed. Jagorin was fixing the roof of a house whenhe accidentally touched an open electrical wire around 4 p.m. on Jan. 3, thereport added.
Dear Editor,This illegal registration must stop. Over the weekend the police were called in by a GECOM enumerator working the Herstelling area to arrest some people who were then taken to the Providence Police Station after they refused to take part in the illegal process of House-to-House Registration, knowing that all Guyanese have until October 30, according to GECOM, to do so.The enumerators went to the resident’s home and called out for the people to register, the women very politely showed no interest in the registration, however, passersby made varying comments.As a result, the enumerators were embarrassed and they went and took the police to the residence where the incident allegedly took place. The enumerators told the police that a person wearing a red shirt cursed them. On arrival, nobody was wearing a red shirt.The police then asked a peace-loving male who was busy doing some work in the yard to put on a shirt and accompany them to the station.At the station, the enumerators, realising that they could not have pointed out the person who cursed them, decided to shamelessly accuse the innocent man of indecent language.However, as the entire village was coming out to picket the station, better sense prevailed. With the polite intervention by an elder person, the women on the bench were allowed to leave and the police released the boy who was already in the cell on five thousand dollars bail.It is clear that the GECOM enumerators are overstepping their boundaries and getting argumentative with residents. On many occasions, the enumerators would threaten residents to register despite the residents might not have their source documents available.The police should certainly look into those allegations from the residents against some of the enumerators.Enumerators should also be aware that by GECOM’s proclamation, all Guyanese have until October 30 to register if they so desire so no action can be taken against anyone prior to the date. It is also the enumerator’s responsibility to visit and make revisits to homes to ensure persons are registered in keeping with the Registration Act.Respectfully,Neil Kumar