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SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Offers are invited for the purchase of the fol-
2 storey residential building comprising three
(3) apartments on the ground floor on 3,195
sq. ft. freehold land located at:
#18 Kathleen Street,
665-4125 Ext. 4616/4617
Send Sealed Bids To:
The Manager (Property Sale)
Commercial Workout Unit
Market Street Complex
#4 Market Street
Bids must follow the guidelines herein given to
ensure they are duly considered.
Bids, in a sealed envelope, must be received
by 3.00 p.m on July 31st, 2015.
Late bids will not be considered
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept
the highest or any offer. The property will be
sold "as is" subject to all rates, taxes or other
outgoings that may be due at the time of sale.
Unsuitable bids will not be acknowledged.
OFFICE OF PLANNING OFFICER I (RANGE 46)
IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the above mentioned office.
Training as evidenced by a recognized degree in one of the Social Sciences specializing in
Economics or Sociology.
For further details persons wishing to apply can access the Advertisement, the Application Form and the
Job Specification at the Service Commissions Department and on the website at
Interested persons must submit their application no later than
MEXICO CITY---A Mexican federal official said Friday
that seven people who were being questioned in the
jailbreak of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman
have been formally arrested and taken to prison to
The official, who was not authorised to be quoted
by name, did not specify whether those arrested were
prison guards or other officials in the penitentiary sys-
Former Fifa vice-
president Jeffrey Webb
is to appear before a
judge in the US as part
of a massive corruption
scandal in the world s
Federal prosecutors in
New York say Webb, 50,
will be arraigned at 2
pm local time.
Webb, from the Cay-
man Islands, is accused
of accepting bribes
worth millions of dollars
in connection with the
sale of marketing rights.
He was detained in
Switzerland in May and
this week extradited to
The former president
of the Central and North
American football fed-
eration (Concacaf) is one
of seven football officials
who were detained on
corruption charges in
The other six are
fighting their extradition
to the US, where the
charges were laid.
The Department of
Justice s indictment says
that the corruption was
planned in the US, and
that American banks
were used to transfer
Mexico arrests 7
for prison break
tem. About three dozen people have been taken in for
questioning; it was unclear if more would be charged.
The drug lord sneaked out of the Altiplano prison,
Mexico s highest-security facility, through a tunnel on
The office of Attorney General Arely Gomez issued
a statement late Thursday confirming that the United
States filed an extradition request for Guzman on June
25, about two-and-a-half-weeks before he escaped.
Guzman faces US charges of conspiracy to import
and distribute cocaine.
The office said Gomez had issued instructions to
review the request and submit it to courts for con-
sideration. The appeals process can stretch out extra-
dition proceedings for years.
Former Mexican attorney general Jesus Murillo Karam
said earlier that Mexico wouldn t extradite Guzman
until after he had served time for all his crimes in
Mexico. Murillo Karam said earlier this year that the
US would get Guzman in "about 300 or 400 years."
Mexico has blamed the escape on a combination of
Guzman s skill at building tunnels, and misconduct or
corruption that allowed his people to get their hands
on the blueprints for the prison and tunnel directly
into his shower stall undetected.
President Enrique Pena Nieto, who had travelled to
France for an official visit when Guzman escaped,
returned to Mexico and said in a speech Friday that
the prison escape has caused "indignation, frustration,
anger in broad sectors of society."
But in what appeared be a reference to questions
about why no high-ranking official has been fired in
relation to the escape, Pena Nieto said, "We are not
going to solve this issue by getting angry, and filling
ourselves with rage." (AP)
Fifa corruption: Webb to appear in court
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