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Republic of Trinidad and
NO. 18 of 2015
In The Matter Of The
Real Property Act
Chapter 56.02. Sec.
In The Matter of The
IRENE BALGOBIN of
NO. 311 Rochard Road,
PUBLIC NOTICE is
hereby given that unless
good cause of the con-
trary is shown within
fourteen days from the
publication of this notice
the Registrar General of
Trinidad and Tobago will
issue a new Certificate
of the Title in respect of
the piece of land situat-
ed in the ward of Siparia
in the island of Trinidad
POINT FOUR EIGHT
NINE FIVE HECTARES
be the same more or
less delineated and
coloured pink being the
remaining portion plan
registered in Volume
5729 Folio 409 and
bounded on the North
by lands of Gurpersad
and Khamanee now
Soorgim and partly by
Lots 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, and
10 on the South by part-
partly by Rochard Trace
15.29 metres wide and
by lands of State then
Ruth Joseph and others
partly by Rochard Trace
15.29 metres wide and
the West by Lots 3 and
partly by a Road
Reserve 10.06 metres
wide and now described
in Certificate of Title
Volume 231 Folio 1.
Date this 30th day of
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The 4th Annual General Meeting of North Plant LPG Co-oper-
ative Society Limited will be held on Wednesday 10th June
2015 at the Society's Head Office #1 Gaston Street, Lange
Park, Chaguanas at 1.00 p.m.
Registration and lunch will take place from 11.30 a.m to 12.45 p.m.
NB: Please present a valid I.D for registration
1. National Anthem/Invocation
2. Adoption of Standing Orders
3. Reading of Notice convening the AnnuaL General Meeting
4. Chairman's opening remarks
5. Confirmation of Minutes: (I) AGM of October 16th 2014
(ii) SGM of November 20th 2014
6. Confirmation on Reports: (I) Board of Directors
7. Approval of Audited Financial Statement 2013 - 2014
8. Appointment of Auditor 2014 - 2015 - (I.A Ali & Associates)
9. Distribution of Surplus 2013 - 2014
10. Appointment of Returning Officer to conduct election
11. Election of three (3) Directors
13. General Business
14. Chairman's closing remarks
By Order of:
The Board of Directors
Secretary - Board of Directors
15th May 2015
ROME---Running out of room and with ticket
demands soaring, local organizers want to move
the Italian Open from its historic Foro Italico venue
to a new location near Rome s main airport.
"We can t fit in here anymore," Italian tennis fed-
eration president Angelo Binaghi said yesterday. "The
hunger for tennis makes this the biggest sports event
The 10,500-seat Foro Italico stadium, inaugurated
in 2010, isn t big enough, Binaghi added.
Total attendance for the tournament was set to
surpass 200,000 yesterday, up from 175,000 last
year, with about 10 million euros (more than $11 mil-
lion) in ticket sales, up 23 percent from 2014.
With Rome bidding for the 2024 Olympics, Binaghi
suggests building an entirely new tournament venue
and national training center near the Leonardo Da
Vinci airport, which could also be used for the games.
"It s great to dream, and link this dream to the
2024 bid, so this tournament can have the (space)
that it deserves," said Carlo Mornati, vice secretary
general of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI).
The Foro Italico, built under Benito Mussolini in
the 1920s and 30s, has hosted the Italian Open since
1935. A historic monument, laws prevent certain
types of construction.
The tournament is run by both the federation and
The stadium was built by CONI, and Binaghi said
the original plan contained an additional 2,000 to
3,000 seats, which would have made the facility
much more appropriate.
There have been promises to add a roof to the
Organisers want to
move Italian Open
to new location
Fiji turns back South
Africa in sevens rugby
LONDON---Fiji won the sevens
rugby world series when it beat clos-
est rival South Africa 19-7 in the
quarterfinals of the London Sevens
The Fijians entered the series closer
with a five-point lead over South
Africa, and victory gave them an unas-
sailable lead in the season standings,
ending New Zealand s four-year reign.
Their second series crown in 15
years, and first since 2006, also under-
lined the decision to hire former Eng-
land Sevens coach Ben Ryan in 2013.
With Twickenham bathed in sun-
shine, Fiji pounced on turnovers to
lead 12-0 at halftime and endure a
rugged comeback attempt by the
Africans. South Africa controlled pos-
session for the first four minutes, then
made a mistake by passing into touch.
Fiji took a quick lineout from 80
meters out, Amenoni Nasilasila evaded
several defenders to open up space,
and Savenaca Rawaca finished off.
Fiji came from 90 meters for the
second try, seconds before halftime.
A South Africa chip ahead was gath-
ered by Nasilasila, who surged past
defenders up the middle until reaching
the South Africa 22, where he sent
captain Osea Kolinisau in for a 12-0
Ryan told his team they were seven
minutes away from creating some-
thing special, but South Africa caused
a scare a minute into the second half
when a turnover set up a converted
try for Chris Dry, and cut Fiji s lead
to five. But Fiji was patient from the
kickoff, drew in South Africa, and
spread the ball wide right where
Rawaca was too fast from inside his
half for his second try. There were
more than three minutes left, but Fiji
England's Morrison takes Spanish Open
TERRASSA---James Morrison of
England won the Spanish Open by
four shots after shooting a 3-under
69 in Sunday s final round.
Morrison entered the day tied for
the lead with David Howell and pulled
away by making three birdies while
not dropping a shot at the Real Club
de Golf El Prat. He finished the tour-
nament on a total of 10-under 278.
It was the 30-year-old Morrison s
second career win on the European
Tour, and the €250,000 ($284,000)
purse was the biggest of his career.
His first win came at the Madeira
Islands Open in 2010.
"In years past when I haven t done
it it s been too much looking at leader-
boards and outside influences, and
today ... (I) stuck to my process all
day long and executed, which feels
amazing," Morrison said.
Defending champion Miguel Angel
Jimenez rose into a tie for second after
the Spaniard eagled the fourth hole
en route to a 67.
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