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JCommonwealth Local Government Forum (CLGF) is looking to
recruit a Programme officer to manage the pan-Caribbean programme
'Strengthening Local Government's role as a Partner in Development' to
be implemented in partnership with the Caribbean Association of Local
Government Authorities (CALGA) and other regional partners.
The project manager will be responsible for:
a) Successful planning, delivery and monitoring of CLGF's
b) Financial and narrative reporting within an EU action grant
c) Identifying opportunities for funding leverage in the region,
working closely with other members of the CLGF programme
and policy team to develop new programmes and secure new
sources of funding.
d) As the main CLGF point of contact in the region, develop and
maintain effective relationships with Board members, local
partners (primarily local and central government), the EC,
other development partners and stakeholders, and support
CLGF's advocacy work in the region
e) To undertake other functions as may reasonably be required.
Location: Chaguanas (Trinidad and Tobago)
Salary: Up to Euros 39,000 annual (gross)
CLGF is a membership organisation bringing together local governments,
local government associations and ministries of local government. It
works to promote and strengthen effective democratic local government
throughout the Commonwealth and to encourage the exchange of good
practice in local government structures and services.
Interested applicants should visit www.clgf.org.uk/opportunities for the
full job description and application pack, and e-mail a Curriculum Vitae
and covering letter setting out how they meet the requirements of the
role as set out in the person specification to: email@example.com
Closing Date: 8 February 2016; Interviews: 18-19 February 2016
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
made a corner jumper at the
horn to give the Boston Celtics
a stunning 104--103 win over
the Cleveland Cavaliers on Fri-
Bradley s shot just in front of
Boston s bench dropped through
as the final second ticked off the
clock, giving the Celtics their
eighth win in nine games.
Boston trailed by five points
with 18 seconds left before
Celtics forward Jae Crowder
made a 3-pointer---his only bas-
ket---and Evan Turner scored on
a layup while being fouled by JR
Smith with four seconds to go.
Turner missed his free throw
but the ball went out of bounds
off Cleveland s LeBron James.
Boston coach Brad Steven
drew up an inbounds play during
a video review and Bradley
dropped his shot, triggering a
wild celebration by the Celtics.
James led the Cavs with 30
Danilo Gallinari scored 33
points and Denver rallied after
Chicago lost All-Star Jimmy
Butler to a sprained left knee.
Emmanuel Mudiay scored 22
points and Will Barton had 18
for the Nuggets, who outscored
the Bulls 42--21 in the fourth
quarter. It was their ninth
straight victory over Chicago in
Butler was fouled near the
basket by Joffrey Lauvergne and
fell awkwardly to the floor with
1:06 remaining in the second
quarter. He was tended to by
medical personnel before getting
to his feet and gingerly making
his way to the free throw line,
where he made one of the two
Butler was then helped to a
rolling chair and wheeled into
the locker room for further
Kawhi Leonard scored 16 of
his 23 points in the first half and
San Antonio handed Dallas its
largest halftime deficit in franchise his-
tory in a blowout.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 14 points
and ten rebounds in his first game in
his hometown since signing a four-
year, $80 million contract with the
Spurs. San Antonio (42--8) matched its
best 50-game start with its 14th win
in 16 games against its Texas rival.
Patty Mills added ten of his 16 points
before halftime, when the Spurs led by
36 at 62--26 to top Dallas biggest pre-
vious deficit by a point from December
29, 1992, at Sacramento. That 58-point
loss to the Kings (139--81) was the worst
in Dallas history.
Hassan Whiteside had ten points,
ten rebounds and ten blocked shots
and Miami came up with two key steals
in the closing seconds of a victory over
Dwyane Wade scored 22 points and
Chris Bosh added 20 points for the
Heat, who have won six of seven.
Marvin Williams scored 27 points
for the Hornets, and Nicolas Batum
The Hornets led 93-90 with 1:10
remaining, but Wade made a layup and
Bosh added a three-point play to make
it 95--93 with 23.5 seconds left.
Charlotte had a chance to tie it, but
Justise Winslow s steal set up a free
throw by Luol Deng for a 96--93 advan-
tage with 13.2 seconds left. Wade then
stole the ball from Kemba Walker and
passed to Deng for a fast-break dunk
with 4.3 seconds remaining and the
Heat s biggest lead of the game.
Jeff Green scored 16 points, including
two free throws with 6.2 seconds left,
to help Memphis hold off New York
for its fifth straight win.
Matt Barnes had 12 points and Zach
Randolph and Marc Gasol each had ten
Jose Calderon led the Knicks with
18 points. Kristaps Porzingis had 17
points and ten rebounds.
The Grizzlies led by nine points in
the fourth quarter but could not pull
away from the Knicks, who were play-
ing without Carmelo Anthony.
Arron Afflalo s 3-pointer brought
New York within 87--85 with 35 seconds
left. After Gasol missed a layup, Afflalo
missed a potential tying jumper with
8 seconds remaining.
Afflalo then fouled Green, and he
made his two free throws.
Chris Paul had 21 points and six
assists, DeAndre Jordan had 12 points
and 18 rebounds and Los Angeles beat
Orlando for its fifth win in six games.
JJ Redick and Jamal Crawford each
scored 20 points for the Clippers.
Victor Oladipo led the Magic with
18 points, and Evan Fournier scored 16
off the bench. Tobias Harris had 13
points and eight rebounds before leaving
with an injury during the fourth quarter.
Orlando has lost three straight.
The Magic never led and gave up at
least 107 points for the eighth straight
game. Joe Johnson had season highs
with 27 points and 11 assists, and Brook-
lyn had its best offensive performance
of the season in beating Sacramento.
Boston Celtics' Avery Bradley shoots
the game-winning three point shot as
Cleveland Cavaliers' Iman Shumpert,
right, watches in the second half of an
NBA basketball game Friday, n
Cleveland. The Celtics won 104--103.
Bradley takes Boston to stunning win
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