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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Family Court Division)
To : DAVID HOLDER - Church Street, Petit Valley
TAKE NOTICE that on the 7th February 2014 a Petition for
divorce was filed against you by PEGGY HOLDER in the Family
Court of Trinidad & Tobago.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that as part of an order
made on the 11th September 2014 the petitioner was directed to
effect substituted service of her petition on you by this adver-
tisement in a daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad &
Tobago once weekly for two consecutive weeks AND THAT you
be allowed twenty-one (21) days after the date of the second
advertisement in which to acknowledge the substituted service.
If you desire to defend this action, you must state this within
twenty-one (21) days after the date of the second advertisement,
either by letter, or by an Acknowledgement of Service (Form 5 -
available at the Registry), which must be lodged at the Registry
of the Family Court of Trinidad & Tobago, Nipdec House,No. 4,
Cipriani Boulevard, Port-of-Spain (Tel. Number 223-1060; Fax.
Number 624-0557). You may also obtain copies of the petition
and related documents at the court's Registry.
TAKE NOTICE that the case is fixed for hearing on Tuesday
the 9th day of December 2014 at 10.15 a.m. and IN DEFAULT
of a letter or an Acknowledgement of Service, the court may pro-
ceed in your absence and may make any order it considers
appropriate, including granting the divorce.
Dated the 11th day of September, 2014
/s/ Magaret Sookraj -Goswami
Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago
INTERNAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago is in the process of building its organizational capabilities to ensure an
accountable court system where timeliness and efficiency are key hallmarks. In this regard, the Judiciary is now
seeking to recruit suitably qualified and experienced individuals to fill the following contract positions:
Family Court Of Trinidad & Tobago
Co-ordinator, Social Services
Assistant Judiciary Judgments and Order Officer
Court Systems Supervisor
Planning & Research Specialist
Family Case Management Specialist
Family Case Management Officer III
Family Case Management Officer II
Family Case Management Officer I
Social Services Receptionist
Judiciary Statistical Clerk
Family Data Entry Officer
Executive Administrative Assistant
HOW TO APPLY
Interested persons should submit their application letters along with resumes, copies of relevant
academic qualifications and two reference letters to:
(Please indicate the position of interest in the subject of the email)
For details on these positions please visit our website page at
Deadline October 15, 2014
• Applicants interested in more than one position, MUST submit a separate email application for each
• Accreditation letters will be required for Degrees outside of Trinidad and Tobago.
• Current office holders are required to submit applications for consideration of further employment.
• Terms and conditions of employment will be determined by the Chief Personnel Officer.
• UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
In this Saturday July 21, 2012 file photo, England's
Kevin Pietersen sits on the pitch during the third day
of the first cricket Test match against South Africa
at the Oval cricket ground, London. AP PHOTO
for having illegal action
DUBAI---Bangladesh s Sohag Gazi and Zim-
babwe s Prosper Utseya have been suspended
from bowling in international cricket after inde-
pendent analysis found the offspinners actions
to be illegal.
The International Cricket Council says yesterday
that the analysis undertaken last month showed
that "all of their deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees
level of tolerance permitted under the regulations."
The suspension is indefinite and takes effect
immediately. Gazi was reported after the second
one-day international against West Indies in August,
the same month as Utseya was reported following
the third ODI against South Africa.
The ICC says the two players can apply for a
reassessment after modifying their bowling actions.
Kevin Pietersen was made to
wait eight months before hav-
ing his say on the termination
of his turbulent international
career with England.
The wait is over---and the
ramifications of his response are
rocking English cricket.
The sports agenda in England
is being dominated by the fallout
from the release of Pietersen s
explosive autobiography, in
which the country s most brash
and controversial cricketer takes
aim at former England team-
mates and management.
Among the most damaging
of Pietersen s allegations are that
a clique in the side bullied and
intimidated teammates, and that
his international coach, Andy
Flower, ruled "by fear" and "had
it in for me."
Much of the fall-out will blow
over but the allegations about
bullying and intimidation are
serious and have been backed
up by former England players
Ajmal Shahzad and Michael
Former Australia captain
Ricky Ponting agreed, telling
The Daily Telegraph in Australia:
"We saw them doing it. The
guys who were doing it were the
Also weighing in, unwittingly,
has been the England and Wales
Cricket Board, whose legal doc-
ument being compiled in
response to Pietersen s book was
leaked into the public domain,
and includes alleged misde-
meanours by England s highest
run-scorer during the humili-
ating tour of Australia last year.
That tour, in which England
lost the test series 5-0, proved
to be the end for Pietersen s
nine-year international career
---he was told in February he had
no future with England as it
looked to rebuild with a new
He isn t going quietly.
The South Africa-born
Pietersen, England s all-time
leading run-scorer in all formats,
still harbors hopes of playing for
his adopted country again but
it is unlikely to happen.
A magnet for controversy
throughout his time with Eng-
land, Pietersen timed the release
of his book---and his subsequent
round of interviews to publicise
it---to coincide with the expiry
of a confidentiality clause agreed
when his ECB contract was
This week, he has been on
TV and radio shows exposing
the rifts with colleagues and
coaches that marred the last
years of his international career.
He said wicketkeeper Matt
Prior and England s bowlers "ran
the dressing room" and forced
fielders to apologize for errors
and dropped catches, which
Pietersen interpreted as a bul-
lying culture that was allowed
Graeme Swann, one of the
bowlers in this alleged clique,
has responded by saying "there
was absolutely no bullying."
"I expected it to be the biggest
work of fiction since Jules Verne
and that seems to have hap-
pened," Swann said of Pietersen s
Prior was particularly targeted
by Pietersen, described as a "bad
influence, a negative influence"
who "picks on players." He nick-
named Prior the "Big Cheese"
in the book.
Pietersen said Flower, who
was his coach for England for
five years, was "contagiously
sour. Infectiously dour. He could
walk into a room and suck all
the joy out of it in five seconds.
Just a mood hoover."
Of Flower, he wrote, "He had
it in for me ever since he took
English rocked by Pietersen allegations
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