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THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Family Court Division)
No. FH: 01679/2014
WENDY ALICIA ORR
To: NIGEL ORR - ADRRESS UNKNOWN
TAKE NOTICE that on the 4th July 2014 a Petition for divorce was filed
against you by WENDY ALICIA ORR in the Family Court of Trinidad & Tobago.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that as part of an order made on the 27th
August 2014 the petitioner was directed to effect substituted service of the
Petition on you by this advertisement in a daily newspaper of general circulation
in Trinidad & Tobago once weekly for two consecutive weeks AND THAT you
be allowed twenty-eight (28) 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-eight
(28) days after the date of the second advertisement,- by filing 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 matter is fixed for hearing on Wednesday 29th
October 2014 at 9:15 a.m. in Hearing Room No. 2 and IN DEFAULT of you fil-
ing an Acknowledgement of Service, the Court may proceed in your absence and
may make any order it considers appropriate, including granting the divorce.
Dated this 27th August 2014
By the Court
Renee Mc Lean
Assistant Registrar & Deputy Marshal
Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago.
Assistant Registrar Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago
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for OCTOBER 14TH, 2014
The Princes Town Presbyterian Number
1 Primary School reopened yesterday after
electricians hired by the Ministry of Edu-
cation worked around-the-clock on Mon-
day night to upgrade the electrical sys-
After the school was closed for a week,
a protest by parents and students erupted
Yesterday over 600 students returned
to school as the ministry promised all infra-
structural problems would be fixed.
President of the PTA Nola Ramjohn
Karim thanked Education Minister Dr Tim
Gopeesingh for his swift response and said
a team hired by the Education Facilities
Management Ltd began work on Monday
afternoon and worked throughout the night.
"When we came this morning (yester-
day), the electricals were upgraded. We got
new electrical wiring, new outlets and a
new panel box. We are grateful to the min-
ister for his quick intervention," Ramjohn-
She said work would continue from 3
pm on afternoons to address other con-
On Monday, Karim said the school had
been waiting for the ministry to fix the
electrical problem since last Tuesday.
She said students were suffering from
wheezing, asthma and bladder infections
because of the deplorable conditions, which
included termite-riddled walls and over-
She said shower curtains separated the
Standards One and Two classrooms and a
drain ran through the Standard Three class-
rooms, which allowed entry to snakes, rats,
frogs and cats.
Karim also said the schoolyard was
uneven and students often injured them-
selves while playing and the fence needed
The parents are calling on the ministry
to eventually build a new school.
The woman charged with stealing a van worth
$200,000 on Saturday was sent to the St Ann s
Psychiatric Hospital for evaluation when she
appeared before a Couva magistrate on Monday.
Christina Baptiste was charged with larceny of
an Isuzu Dmax pickup, TCX 4147, after police
stopped the vehicle on the southbound lane of
the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Claxton
Bay flyover, on Saturday.
When Magistrate Lucinda Cardenas-Ragoonanan
asked Baptiste her name, age, address and family
on Monday, she answered every question with the
same statement: "Well, I don t know, nah."
Cardenas-Ragoonanan asked if she had any
children, to which she replied, "I have 23 chil-
She was remanded in custody for 14 days eval-
uation at St Ann s, after which she will return to
According to police reports, Afraz Ishmail, of
California, parked his vehicle in Couva ands found
it missing when he returned. He reported the theft
to the Couva station and an all points bulletin was
Police from the South-Central Highway Patrol
Division, along with Chaguanas Task Force and
CID, stopped the van on the highway around 5.30
pm and arrested the driver.
Van thief sent
to St Ann's for
Princes Town school
reopens after repairs
Princes Town Presbyterian student David Ramnarine is carried away by a parent after fainting during their protest on Monday. Student
returned to school yesterday after some of the issues they were complaining about were rectified overnight. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
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