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(Liquor Licences Act, Chapter
MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF
Notice is hereby given that by
lawful authority under the provi-
sions of the Liquor Licences Act
Ch. 84:10, the Licensing
Committee for the Magisterial
District of Caroni has appointed
Thursday the 13th day of
November, 2014 at the hour of
9.00 o'clock in the forenoon at
the Chaguanas Magistrates'
Court as the day, hour and place
at which a Special Session will
be held to hear and determine
the application of Chandricka
Sahadeo of Las Lomas #2,
Caroni South Bank Road via
Cunupia for a Certificate autho-
rising him to carry on the busi-
ness of a New Spirit Grocer's
Licence in respect of premises
situate at Corner of Madras
and Boy-Cato Road, St.
Dated this 21st day of October,
2014 at the Chaguanas
Liquor Licensing Committee
Magisterial District of Caroni.
NOTICE OF VACANCY
The Basel Convention Regional Centre for Training and Technology Transfer for the Caribbean (BCRC-
Caribbean) is a regional institution established under a Framework Agreement between the Government of the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and the joint secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions
and provided with its legal status through Act #2 of 2008 of the Laws of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
The institution assists countries in the Caribbean with the compliance and implementation of a number of mul-
tilateral environmental agreements that deal specifically with wastes and chemicals management.
The BCRC-Caribbean is desirous of hiring a suitably qualified and experienced national of Trinidad and Tobago
to fill the vacant position of "Logistics Coordinator" who will effectively perform the duties of driver, messenger
and handyman for the organisation. The position will be on contract for a period of three years and subject to
renewal upon mutual agreement at the end of the contract. The ideal candidate will possess the following attrib-
utes and skills:
1) Mature individual with more than five years experience in a similar position and with no less than a Class
4 driver's permit. Note that applicants who are under the age of twenty five cannot be considered.
2) Have a clean driving record with no accidents, tickets or fines for at least the last five years.
3) Have successfully completed a Defensive Driving course within the past three years.
4) Have passed at least three subjects at O Level/CXC Level one of which must be English Language.
5) Be well groomed and articulate with the ability to write legibly.
6) Be able to follow instructions and to exercise good judgement and initiative at the appropriate times.
The ideal candidate should be computer literate and have an aptitude for electrical, plumbing and general build-
ing maintenance and repair.
Applications in the candidate's own handwriting and with a detailed resume attached must be submitted to:
Executive Administrative Assistant,
Basel Convention Regional Centre for
Training and Technology Transfer for the Caribbean
# 8 Alexandra Street
by close of business on Friday November 7th, 2014. While all applications will be accepted, only those short-
listed will be acknowledged. The BCRC-Caribbean is an equal opportunity employer and all applications will be
held in the strictest of confidence.
Cibulkova and Carla
Suarez Navarro were
straight-sets winners at
the start of the season-
ending WTA Tourna-
ment of Champions yes-
Cibulkova of Slovakia
Tsvetana Pironkova of
Bulgaria 6--3, 7--6 (6) in
round robin play in the
Cibulkova was down
3--2 in the first set but
won the next four
PARIS---In his first match since
the birth of his first child, defend-
ing champion Novak Djokovic
stayed on course to finish the sea-
son as No 1 by defeating Philipp
Kohlschreiber 6--3, 6--4 in the
second round of the Paris Masters
The top-seeded Djokovic took
a 5--1 lead in the first set and broke
his German opponent in the open-
ing game of the second.
"Very good match considering
the fact that I didn t play indoors
for a year," Djokovic said. "I strug-
gled a little bit physically. It was
a pretty tough couple of weeks."
Fernando Verdasco of Spain and
Kevin Anderson of South Africa
also reached the third round.
Anderson fired 12 aces in his
6--4, 7--6 (8) win over Santiago
Giraldo of Colombia while Ver-
dasco outlasted Frenchman Gilles
Simon 6--3, 3--6, 6--4.
Djokovic hit 23 winners to 14
for Kohlschreiber. He travelled to
Paris without his wife, Jelena, and
their baby boy, Stefan, who was
born last week.
At the end of his match, the
Wimbledon champion wrote some
words in Serbian on the lens of
the TV camera.
"I sent a message to my boy,
that I love him and that I play for
him," a smiling Djokovic said.
Djokovic was congratulated by
his parents after the match.
"I m really glad that they are
here," Djokovic said. "I m glad
because usually they don t come
very often. First couple of years of
my career, they were there pretty
much at all the Grand Slams. But
now they have too many things to
Meanwhile, Tommy Robredo of
Spain, Belgium s David Goffin and
Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay won their
first-round matches along with
Frenchmen Gael Monfils, Jeremy
Chardy and Lucas Pouille.
Robredo outlasted Vasek Pospisil
of Canada 6--3, 4--6, 7--6 (5).
Pospisil won nine more points than
Robredo, but the Spaniard made
20 fewer unforced errors. Goffin,
the runner-up at the Swiss Indoors
last week, beat Lukas Rosol of the
Czech Rpublic 6--4, 6--3.
Cuevas was leading 7--6 (3), 1--0
when Leonardo Mayer of Argentina
retired because of a back injury.
The Uruguayan player is enjoying
the best season of his career after
winning two titles this summer.
Monfils, a two-time runner-up
at the Paris Masters, cruised past
Joao Sousa of Portugal 6--1, 6--4,
Chardy edged Kenny De Schepper
7--6 (5), 7--6 (4) in an all-French
match, and qualifier Pouille, ranked
176th in the world, stunned Ivo
Karlovic of Croatia 6--1, 6--4. (AP)
Djokovic wins 1st match
since birth of his son
straight games and the
set. Pironkova tried to
come back in the second
by going up two breaks
at 4--1, but the Slovak hit
back and won 12 of the
next 13 points with the
set eventually being
decided in a tie-break.
Cibulkova said she was
happy with her game
because of "the right tac-
tics," but added that
"everyone who is here is
a good player, so I just
have to keep doing the
right thing to keep win-
In the group s other
match, Spain s Suarez
Petkovic of Germany
6--0, 6--4. The Spanish
star needed just 30 min-
utes to take the first set
without surrendering a
game mostly thanks to
her outstanding one-
handed backhand. In the
second, she broke twice
for a 5--2 lead before
Petkovic rallied for a
comeback, getting to
5--4, but Suarez Navarro
served out to seal the set
In the Serdika group
opener, Italy s Flavia Pen-
netta, seeded third, eased
to a 6--1, 6--2 victory over
France s Alize Cornet,
who had to take a med-
ical time-out because of
an injured finger. (AP)
Serbia's Novak Djokovic returns the ball to German Philipp Kohlschreiber during
their first round match at the ATP World Tour Masters tennis tournament at
Bercy stadium in Paris, France, yesterday. Djokovic won 6-3, 6-4. AP PHOTO
Pennetta win in
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