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• BA Modern Languages
• Ability to write and verbally speak at least Italian, Spanish
• Wiliness to learn French
• Experience on a managerial and administrative level
• Ability to work with deadlines
• Team player & ability to delegate work?
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• Four passport size photos
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Ministry of Labour & Small
And Micro Enterprise Development,
50-54 Duke Street,
Port of Spain
Police in east Trinidad issued
more than 50 tickets to motorists
and detained 15 people during a
two-day exercise in Sangre
Police said exercises took place
in Sangre Grande and along the
Toco Main Road under the super-
vision of Senior Supt Mahabir,
Supt Sankar and Insp Lutchman.
Eight people were charged with
driving under the influence, six with
possession of marijuana, and a 31-
year-old Guyanese national said to
be an illegal immigrant was held.
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A fear of the dead may have caused
a security lapse at the mortuary of
the San Fernando General Hospital
(SFGH), giving burglars a free pass to
break in last weekend.
Now chief executive officer of the
South West Regional Health Authority
(SWRHA) Anil Gosine has moved to
have a permanent officer on duty to
keep watch at the facility which lies in
a somewhat remote area relative to the
rest of the hospital.
Gosine said the decision was taken
following a meeting on Monday with
the SFGH security manager and Amal-
gamated Security Services Ltd as that
was not the first time thieves had bro-
ken into the mortuary.
He said while there was adequate
security on the compound and the
security officers were mandated to
patrol the compound throughout the
night, "a decision was taken to have
an officer posted at the mortuary full
Last Saturday, mortuary employees
secured the premises around 4 pm
before leaving for the day. When they
returned to work at 6 am on Sunday,
they discovered that two doors leading
to the facility had been pried open.
A report was made to the San Fer-
nando CID. Gosine said nothing was
reported missing and the bodies were
not tampered with.
A senior officer at the San Fernando
Police Station said they suspected
cocaine addicts and homeless people
in search of syringes and vials to support
their habit may have been the culprits.
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Members of T&T s Islamic
community are planning to lobby
for a second holiday.
Chairman of the Muslim Social
and Cultural Foundation Inshan
Ishmael said this on Thursday
while addressing his organisation
during Eid al-Adha celebrations
Ishmael said other local Islamic
organisations had made earlier calls
for Eid al-Adha, the larger of the
two Eid celebrations, to be declared
a national holiday. He said in the
United States, a place he described
as filled with "islamophobia," both
Eid celebrations were declared
He said Thursday was the first
time in the history of local cele-
brations that Eid al-Adha celebra-
tions took place outside of the tra-
ditional mosque setting.
He said he spoke with Prime
Minister Dr Keith Rowley and a
meeting would be set up with the
Muslim community to determine
the way forward and ways that
the community could assist the
Government and the wider com-
CA C A
Two police officers are expected to
appear before a Port-of-Spain magis-
trate on Monday charged with misbe-
haviour in public office.
A corporal and a constable were
arrested after allegedly attempting to
take money to release a prisoner who
was in police custody.
Both officers who reside in west
Trinidad are said to be detectives at a
station also in western Trinidad.
Information was received by officers
of the Professional Standards Bureau
who held them after investigations.
One of the officers was held at his
home Wednesday after he logged in his
firearm at a station in western Trinidad.
The other officer who is a corporal
was apprehended at his house on Tues-
Up to late yesterday, the officers were
being placed on identification parades.
One of the officers was being held at
the Belmont Police Station and the other
officer at the Woodbrook Police Station.
Senior officers of the Professional
Standards Bureau said altogether for the
year over 30 police officers within the
Port-of-Spain and Western Division
have been charged with various offences.
wants Eid al-Adha
s s y y -A s s y C s
PHOTO: SHASTRI BOODAN
Two cops face corruption charges
Police detain 15 in east exercise
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