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National Carnival Commission
of Trinidad and Tobago
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
THE NATIONAL CARNIVAL COMMISSION - CARNIVAL CELEBRATIONS 2016
1. The National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago (NCC) invites Expressions of Interest (EOI)
from qualified and experienced local companies/individuals to make submissions to undertake the
following proposed service for Carnival 2016:
The Production of the Dimanche Gras Show at the Queen's Park Savannah
2. Interested companies/individuals must obtain the comprehensive duties and responsibilities expected for
the service outlined in the Terms and Conditions by contacting the Secretary, Tenders Committee via email
at email@example.com from October 19th, 2015.
3. The NCC will arrange a site visit to the locations for interested proposers on a date to be advised.
4. The required mandatory documents to be submitted include the following:
o Certificate of Registration, Incorporation Certificate
o Statutory Requirements i.e. valid VAT, NIS and Income Tax Certificate and Annual Return (if applicable)
o Written description of the Proposer, including company/individual background
o Organisational Chart of all personnel to be involved in contract
o Curriculum Vitae of key human resources
o Three (3) references from major clients
o Insurance Certificates
5. Companies/individuals invited to submit proposals shall bear all costs associated with submission.
6. All proposals must be enclosed in sealed envelope addressed to the "Secretary, Tenders Committee,
National Carnival Commission" and deposited in the APPROPRIATE box, located in the Reception area of
the NCC Head Office, 11 St. Clair Avenue, St. Clair. The date and time of the submission by the Proposer
will be logged by the NCC receptionist. The deadline for submission must be no later than 3:00 pm on
November 6, 2015.
7. NCC reserves the right to reject any or all proposals for failure to comply with any mandatory requirements
and the right to discontinue the request for Expressions of Interest.
8. Only shortlisted companies/individuals would be contacted.
9. This EOI is a non-binding document. The NCC does not make any representations or provide any under
takings to interested companies/individuals other than an invitation to submit an Expression of Interest. No
contractual obligation shall arise from the process until a formal contract is executed by the NCC and the
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO:
IN THE HIGH COURT
IN THE ESTATE OF OLEENE
NOTICE is hereby given that after
the expiration of fourteen (14)
days from the date hereof an
application will be made in the
Registry of the Supreme Court of
Judicgture for the Re-sealing of
the Grant of Probate of OLEENE
HARRIPERSAD late of 2100
Camilla Road, Apt. 409,
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 2J8 on
the 27th day of February 2015.
Dated: This 14th day of
Room 213, Arcade Building,
Applicant's Attorney at Law 1016028
Kareem Agard helped himself to a hat-trick as
Scarborough Secondary blasted cellar-placed Rox-
borough 5-2 to regain top spot in the Tobago Zone
of BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Football League
Kellon James and Jayie Sheppard added a goal
each for Scarborough while Mihirie Malchan and
Kyle George got consolation items for Roxborough.
With the victory, Scarborough climbed back to
the top of the seven-team standings with 21 points
from nine matches two more than Signal Hill which
has a match in hand.
On Tuesday, Signal Hill briefly took charge of the
table when Marlon Kerr netted an 86th minute win-
ner, in a 1-0 triumph over host Mason Hall.
Also on Tuesday in the Tobago Zone, Jabari Francis
scored two minutes into stoppage time for Pentecostal
Light & Life to earn a 1-1 draw with Goodwood which
had taken a first minute lead through via Javon
Today, East Mucurapo (North Zone) and Pleas-
antville (South Zone) will have a chance to clinch
their respective zonal titles to join Chaguanas North
(Central) and Five Rivers (East) as qualifiers to the
Championship Division "Big-Five" from which the
top three teams will be promoted to the Premier
In the North Zone, East Mucurapo leads the five-
team with 16 points from six matches, nine more
than Malick and Tranquillity which have three and
two matches left to play respectively.
Today, East Mucurapo is away to Tranquillity and
will be crowned champions once it avoids defeat.
Pleasantville currently leads the South with 22
points from nine matches, nine clear of Vessigny
which has two matches in hand.
However, with a point from its remaining match
at home today with third placed Princes Town West,
Pleasantville will carry its tally to an unassailable 25
Agard fires Scarborough to top in Tobago
Scarborough 5 (Kareem Agard 3, Kellon
James, Jayie Sheppard) vs Roxborough
2 (Mihirie Malchan, Kyle George)
Goodwood 1 (Javon Williams 1st) vs
Pentecostal L&L 1 (Jabari Francis
Signal Hill 1 (Marlon Kerr 86th) vs
Mason Hall 0
NB: All matches begin at 3.45 pm
Tabaquite vs Presentation @ Tabaquite
ASJA vs Miracle Ministries @
Chaguanas North vs Couva West @
Arima North vs Barataria South @
Valencia vs Five Rivers @ Valencia
Blanchissuese vs Diego Martin Central
Tranquillity vs East Mucurapo @
Pleasantville vs Princes Town West @
Siparia West vs Vessigny @ Siparia
Moruga vs Pt Fortin East @ Moruga
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