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NAVIGATIONAL WARNING 015/14
TRINIDAD - GULF OF PARIA
CHART BA 475
Pipeline operations by M
towing pipeline of 2000 feet in length in progress between La Romaine Bay Area
and Main Soldado Oilfield will continue until 31st December 2014.
(1) 600 - Metre lengths of pipeline diameter 2" to 14" will be towed between
061 - 29.43 W
in the San Fernando bay area and the main Soldado Marine Oilfields area.
(2) Pipelines will be laid along the line joining
061 - 55.81 W
061 - 55-45 W
Anchor spread and safe zone area Max 350 m radius during the project activities.
Barge IMO#TTO 310103 ( Kenneth O.) IMO #8942474 ( Winston B.)
Tugs Reg. TL 420 (Michael M.) Reg. TT30001 ( Kenneth O.)
A wide berth and caution is advised
9th May 2014
Signed Beverly Phillip
Director of Maritime Service,
Maritime Services Division
Ministry of Transport 0604008
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212 Southern Main Road, Marabella.
Saturday 14th February.
2 seatings: 6.00p.m. and 8.00p.m.
A Variety of Chinese Dishes and Desserts.
Complimentary wine and chocolate
For Reservation call 658-6557/1660
We cater for functions, weddings & all occasions .
Happy Hour....Mon - Fri ...4.30p.m.-6.30p.m.
Sat... 12.00p.m. - 4.00p.m.
1/2 price on selected drinks.
Secured parking is provided for patrons two building south
of the restaurant.
March 21st, 2015
Skyy Rock Festival -
2-8 Riverside Drive,
i 9 Hours
Day by day the office of
the Prime Minister is
being devalued. During
her reign, the behaviour of
many of her ministers were
and disgraceful to say the least,
thus setting a bad example.
And as we can now see, right
down to the end where some
more of her senior cabinet col-
leagues have brought her entire
cabinet into disrepute with the
latest allegations of witness-
tampering to pervert the course
of public justice.
It is an indication of a total
lack of understanding of their
role and function as public offi-
cials who took an oath of alle-
giance, and swore to uphold the
rule of law and not to cause
the office which they hold to be
brought into public ridicule.
When the Government of the
UNC, then in a coalition with
the COP, TOP, MSJ and NJAC,
came to power in 2010, a major
plank in its election platform
was the promise to deal with
crime and corruption. But
instead of doing so, it seems
apparent, under the doctrine of
collective responsibility, that
they themselves have now
become embroiled in criminal
and corrupt activities.
As a consequence, many of
their supporters who voted
them into power are now
ashamed and embarrassed, so
ashamed and embarrassed are
they of their UNC government
that they are now asking one
another, "What caused such a
transformation to take place in
such a short space of time after
we put them there?"
In their minds, and without a
shadow of a doubt to booth,
the UNC government was the
best thing to happen to T&T.
With pride, they would boast
"our party would be in power
for the next five years and
beyond, once they continue
along the lines of honesty,
integrity, accountability, trans-
parency and morality." Now
they are made to swallow their
Corruption and nepotism are
now the order of the day. They
ask, "What has caused the
Members of Parliament we
elected into government to
allegedly become such money-
grabbing, corrupt and power-
Do they believe that the
wrongs the PNM did for 30
uninterrupted years gave them
the right to better that in five
years? Perhaps they are fatten-
ing their bank accounts as they
are unsure if they will be in
power for the next five years?
Hence a reason to drag the
election date right down to the
end as is constitutionally due."
The citizens of this country
are being challenged on a daily
basis to band together in order
to gain the necessary strength
required to withstand the
onslaught of an out-of-control
When the election bell tolls,
it is left to be seen what they
will do when faced with a
choice between the UNC and
the PNM given the fact that Dr
Keith Rowley stood up against
corruption within his own party
in 2010, to put the country and
the people first at the risk of
his own political demise.
I am fed-up of drivers in Diego Mar-
tin breaking the law day-in, day-out.
From Sierra Leone to Powder Maga-
zine they drive on the shoulder at
breakneck speeds and woe be unto
anyone who may be in their way. This
includes pedestrians and other mo-
There is hardly ever a police pres-
ence nor that of licensing officers.
Now they have begun to enter the
short street opposite KFC in Diego
Martin and then drive on the grass to
get to the shoulder of the Diego High-
way. They swerve through the Crystal
Stream area ignoring the "left turn
only" sign and continue onto the high-
way, laughing at those of us who wait
patiently at the Crystal Stream traffic
And it doesn't stop there. They now
use the exit that takes you into Pow-
der Magazine (the one nearest to Co-
corite) to avoid a few more cars and
pull back into the traffic a little higher
up.Where are the police officers, li-
censing officers and traffic wardens?
Dr Bratt, what an excellent article
you had on Tuesday, on noise pollu-
tion in our country. Maybe when you
have the time you could write a simi-
lar article concerning why Maracas
on the weekends has become a place
of incessant noise that one cannot
even hear the waves at times.
Over the past three years I have
complained to the EMA, the police,
the Minister of Tourism, all to no
We certainly seem to epitomise
the old saying "old talk win de war."
UNC SUPPORTERS NOW
MADE TO SWALLOW PRIDE
Diego drivers a lawless bunch
Maracas Bay a place of incessant noise
Valiant Brothers' Oneil Odel, left, and Talparo Gayelle's Moses Ralph
do battle in the Kings of the Gayelle competition at the National Stick
Fighting Finals at Skinner Park, San Fernando on Tuesday night.
PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
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