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TITLE TO LAND
PURSUANT TO SECTION 15 OF THE REAL
PROPERTY ACT CHAPTER 56:02
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Application No. 38 of 2011
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT CH. 54:02
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF SIMEON SANDIFORD
TO BRING THE PARCEL OF LAND COMPRISING
495.8M2 IN THE WARD OF ST. ANN'S
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
NOTICE is hereby given that an application has been
made by SIMEON SANDIFORD to have the parcel of
land described in the Schedule hereto brought
under the provisions of the Real Property Act Ch.
56:02 and the Judge of the High Court of Justice
dealing with the said application has ordered the
Notice of the Application to be advertised once a
week for four (4) consecutive weeks in two local
daily newspapers of general circulation in Trinidad
and Tobago, and if no Caveat be lodged within three
(3) months of the date of the first of such
advertisements the Registrar General may bring
the said lands under the provisions of the Real
Property Act Ch. 56:02.
THE SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO:
THAT piece of land situate in the Ward of St. Ann's in
the Island of Trinidad comprising FOUR HUNDRED
AND NINETY-FIVE POINT EIGHT SQUARE METRES
(495.8m2) be the same more or less and bounded on
the North by Hazel Street 10.00 metres wide on the
South by lands of Matthew James on the East by lands
of Oswald Atwell and on the West by Johnson Avenue
10.00 metres wide and which said piece of land is
located at the southern western corner of Hazel Street
and Johnson Avenue Newalloville San Juan obliquely
opposite Light Pole No.52 and is known and assessed
as No. 9 Hazel Street Newalloville San Juan.
Dated this 24th day of July 2014.
Tender for the Provision of a Human Resource Information
System Solution (HRIS) for National Flour Mills Limited
National Flour Mills Limited (NFM) invites suitably qualified firms to tender for the provision of a Human Resource
Information System (HRIS) Solution.
Tender documents can be obtained between the hours of
daily during the period
National Flour Mills Limited
#27-29 Wrightson Road
Port of Spain
Tenderers will be required to pay a non-refundable fee of TT $300.00. This fee is to be paid to the Cashier at NFM's
Wrightson Road facility. Original receipts must be presented to the Secretary of the Tenders Committee to obtain the Tender
Documentation. Any queries regarding this tender shall be submitted in writing to the Secretary, Tenders Committee at the
address below or at email address email@example.com.
An original and five (5) copies of
requested in the Instructions to Tenderers in the Tender Documents must be
submitted together with the original receipt confirming the tenderer's purchase of the tender package. Tenders should be
accompanied by the following:
(i) Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and dated not
more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender.
(ii) Certificate of Incorporation/Certificate of Continuance.
(iii) Valid National Insurance Board Certificate.
Sealed Tenders must bear no mark or seal of the tenderer, be able to fit the tender box slot of 40 cm x 8 cm, must be clear-
"Tender for the Provision of a Human Resource Information System to National Flour Mills Limited"
and addressed to:
A site visit has been scheduled for September 3rd 2014 at
at our Wrightson Road, Port of Spain location. You
are required to have one (1) representative attend this visit. (Safety boots or closed toe shoes are required.)
Sealed tenders should be deposited no later than
in the Tender Box provided at the
Security Booth; Main Entrance, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. Tenders will be opened on
at National Flour Mills Limited, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. Tenderers are allowed to have
at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be accepted in any circumstances. The Company does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other
tender. The Company reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or partially without defraying any cost
incurred by any firm in submitting the Tender.
August 22nd 2014
Liberia---The Ebola virus may have the
"upper hand" in an outbreak that has killed
more than 1,400 people in West Africa but
experts can stop the virus spread, a top
American health official said at the start
of his visit to the hardest-hit countries.
Dr Tom Frieden, director of the US Cen-
ters for Disease Control and Prevention,
was in Liberia yesterday, and later plans to
stop in Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Nigeria also has recorded cases, but offi-
cials there have expressed optimism that
its spread can be controlled.
"Lots of hard work is happening, lots of
good things are happening," Frieden told a
meeting attended by President Ellen Johnson
Sirleaf on Monday. "But the virus still has
the upper hand."
Even as Liberia resorts to stringent meas-
ures to try to halt the spread of Ebola, frus-
tration mounted over the slow collection of
dead bodies from neighborhoods of Mon-
One group of residents attached plastic
ties to the wrists and ankles of one suspected
Ebola victim and dragged his corpse to a
busy street, according to an Associated Press
journalist at the scene.
Authorities have decreed that all Ebola
victims must be collected by government
health workers and cremated, as contact
with bodies can transmit the virus.
The current outbreak is the largest ever
and experts have struggled to contain it for
a host of reasons: doctors took a long time
to identify it, it is happening in a region
where people are highly mobile, it has spread
to densely populated areas and many people
have resisted or hid from treatment. The
disease has overwhelmed already struggling
health systems in some of the world s poorest
MAIDUGURI---Nigerian government soldiers,
who witnesses said fled into neighbouring
Cameroon during a clash with a large number
of Islamic fighters of Boko Haram, handed over
their weapons to Cameroonian authorities and
were on their way back to Nigeria, the Nigerian
defence headquarters said.
Basuma Muhammed, a resident of Gamboru-
Ngala, a town neighbouring Cameroon where
the clash took place Monday, said soldiers joined
hundreds of civilians who fled into Cameroon.
Cameroon army spokesman Didier Badjek,
put the number of Nigerian soldiers who fled
across the border at 480. Nigeria s defence head-
quarters said in a statement posted on the Inter-
net Monday that the soldiers were on their way
back to Nigeria after following protocol by hand-
ing over "their weapons in order to assure the
friendly country that they were not on a hostile
Initially, the soldiers in the town were able to
repel an attack by Boko Haram, killing many of
their fighters, Muhammed said. "But hours after
the attack, a bigger number of the Boko Haram
gunmen arrived from the other side of the town
and engaged the soldiers who could not stand
their superior force and had to join us in running
The defence headquarters statement said the
Nigerian soldiers had performed a "tactical
maneuver" when they found themselves in
In Maiduguri, the capital of Nigeria s Borno
state and where the military joint task force has
its headquarters, a junior officer said his col-
leagues who spoke with him from Cameroon
described running out of ammunition and facing
well-armed Islamic fighters. The officer insisted
on anonymity because he was not authorised to
speak to the press. (AP)
Ebola has 'upper hand'---US health official Nigeria soldiers who fled
into Cameroon head home
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