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Address of Properties
LP 90 PLYMOUTH ROAD, MARY HILL JUNCTION, TOBAGO.
Comprising 2,073 Square Metres. Land only (Freehold)
10 SECOND STREET WEST, DINSLEY AVENUE, Trincity Comprising. Single
storey residence on 3,140 sq ft land.
CUTHBERT CIRCULAR ROAD, FOUR ROADS, DIEGO MARTIN- 5Acres 33Perches
Freehold land with Town and Country Planning Division Outline Approval for a
multifamily residential development for 84 units and their no objection to
change usage to 139 units subject to conditions.
LOT C ESTATE TRACE, ARANJUEZ-comprising 14,103 sq ft freehold land only
NO. 3 BOODRAM ST, ENTERPRISE, CHAGUANAS. Two Storeyed residential
building on two lots of land with car port and swimming pool.
NO. 64 THIRD ST., BARATARIA- Two Storeyed Residential / Commercial Property
on 5,768 Sq Ft Freehold Land.
LOT NO. 62, ROY AVE, MOOTOO LANDS, MARABELLA- 5 B/R Two Storeyed
Residential Building on 5,000 sq ft land.
Kindly forward sealed offers in writing to:
THE CREDIT MANAGER
P.O BOX 1153, PORT OF SPAIN
"RE: OFFERS FOR SALE"
For further information kindly call 671-4747 followed by the above extension.
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
Unsuitable offers would not be acknowledged.
Dedicated to the goal of foster-
ing ideas worth spreading, the
Massy Foundation joined forces
with TEDxPortofSpain, donating
the sum of $25,000 toward the
event which took place recently,
a release said.
This event marked the fifth
anniversary of TEDxPortofSpain
providing a platform for attendees
to not only connect with and
inspire each other, but also to allow
thinkers and change-makers to
question the way we think as a
nation by sharing stories about us .
The theme, Off the Record,
reflects a figure of speech that refers
to conversations that aren t intend-
ed to be shared publicly. These are
conversations that tend to be nec-
essary, but have gone unspoken
due to fear.
Massy Realty CEO Sharon Ingle-
field said, "We at the Foundation
make it our duty to show our sup-
port towards highlighting local tal-
ent and we couldn t think of a bet-
ter way than through the TEDx
Inglefield reiterated the impor-
tance of this initiative, affirming
that "this is what we need more
of! This is how the Massy Foun-
dation intends to have our Country
be remembered and thought about.
We do have ideas worth spreading
and we clearly have a large audi-
ence. Thank you TEDxPortofSpain
for helping us to help ourselves."
TEDxPortofSpain s Keita Dem-
ming, co-licensee commented, "We
at TEDxPortofSpain are truly grate-
ful for the helping hands of organ-
izations such as the Massy Foun-
dation. It is indeed a blessing to
find others also willing to help oth-
ers to inspire and overall show value
for a vibrant future."
TEDx connects and inspires with ideas
Back to back National Calypso
Monarch Chuck Gordon believes a hat-
trick of victories in the competition is
well and truly on this Carnival.
The reigning monarch made his first
move towards the feat with the release
of his first 2016 calypso offering It Eh
Go Wuk, a melodic tale of relationships,
compatibility and love for culture that
is already being well received by calypso
"We have done the work and created
music that we are well pleased with. It
is on that strength that I can say with
assurance and without apology that
we re going to be very hard to beat on
Dimanche Gras night," said the supreme-
ly confident singer in a release.
Written by Gordon and Fazad "Unkle
Joe" Shageer with melodies by acclaimed
pannist Ray Holman and production by
star chutney music arranger Rishi Maha-
too, the song tells of the singer being
forced to reexamine the future of a per-
sonal relationship with a woman.
"I am in love and I am still young/
So ah decide I want to settle down/But
before I make that sacred vow/ Ah want
to know what she like and eh like now/
She say Chuck boy ah just want you to
know/ Ah doh like soca, chutney, pan
or calypso/ Meh eyes turn red, ah went
into shock/ then ah tell mehself this
ting eh go wuk," he sings.
Chuck, real name Roderick Gordon,
created history when he became the
second youngest winner, at age 26, of
the National Calypso Monarch compe-
tition in 2014 singing Whey Yuh Think
and Wedding of the Century. Only
Slinger "Mighty Sparrow" Francisco,
was younger when he first won the
competition at age 21 in 1956.
Gordon again carved his name into
the history books in 2015 by becoming
only the sixth act to achieve consecutive
titles with The Rose and I Believe. Calyp-
so greats Atilla the Hun, Lord Melody,
Striker, Sparrow, Duke and Chalkdust
(on two separate occasions) also previ-
ously recorded back to back wins during
the competition s storied history.
In 2016 he has the opportunity to
write even more kaiso folklore and
become the third calypsonian, after Duke
and Sparrow, to complete the three-
peat. Duke incidentally holds the record
at four titles in a row.
Gordon said titles aside his main focus
remains the development of his brand
of calypso music, which he has called
Jiggy Calypso, which is danceable,
melodic and content based.
"Titles are great, but for me the work
is much more than winning a crown.
I want to say things. My purpose and
vision through Jiggy Calypso is to assist
in the process of developing a single
Trinbagonian identity," he concluded.
A section of the crowd who turned out to be inspired by the ideas put out by the speakers at Off the Record,
the TEDx conference held at Queen's Hall recently.
Massy Realty CEO Sharon Inglefield, left, shares a light moment with
Keita Demming of TEDxPortofSpain at the cheque presentation.
Chuck Gordon: Kaiso
hat-trick is on the cards
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