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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, March 10, 2016
Dear Valued Customers,
Effective 1st February, 2016 there will be a 12.5 % added VAT
on the Soursop Drink, Peanut Punch, Pineapple Drink, Orange
Drink and Mauby Drink, the Cow's Milk will remain zero- rated.
Revised Price List
Effective 1st February, 2015
16 fl oz Pasteurised Cow's Milk (Z.R.) $6.50 $8.00
12.5. % Vat Products
16 fl oz Pasteurised Soursop Drink $10.13 $13.25
8 fl oz Pasteurised Peanut-Punch
16 fl oz Pasteurised Peanut-Punch $10.13 $13.25
8 fl oz Pasteurised Pineapple Drink
16 fl oz Pasteurised Pineapple Drink $3.54 $5.00
8 fl oz Pasteurised Orange Drink
16 fl oz Pasteurised Orange Drink
16 fl oz Pasteurised Mauby Drink
We thank you for your kind co-operation for selling
at the above prices.
DIVISION OF TOURISM AND TRANSPORTATION
TOBAGO HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
#12 SANGSTER'S HILL SCARBOROUGH TOBAGO
SUPPLY OF GOODS AND SERVICES FOR THE TOBAGO
JAZZ EXPERIENCE 2016 (APRIL 16TH -- 24TH 2016)
The Division of Tourism and Transportation invites the public to submit proposals for the supply
of the followings goods and services:-
Chairs, Tables, Table cloths, Tents (side walls & Guttering), Luxury Rest room Trailers,
Portable Chemical Toilets, Ramps, Decks, Scaffolding Towers, Fencing, Electrical,
Plumbing, Waste Management & Cleaning, Floor Flats, Security, Décor, Ports-a-cools,
Executive Transportation and Venue Signage
All proposals must be placed in a sealed envelope and submitted to the head office Division of
Tourism and Transportation at the above address between the hours of 9:00am to 3:00 pm
Monday to Friday, in the tender box located at the front entrance.
Deadline for the submission of proposals is Monday 21st March 2016 at 2:00 pm. No late
proposals would be accepted.
Request for Proposal documents can be collected at the Division's head office Monday to Friday
between the hours of 9:00am to 3:00pm at the reception desk.
Proposals must be accompanied by the following documents:-
Valid Tax Certificate (where applicable)
Valid VAT Clearance Certificate (where applicable)
The Division of Tourism and Transportation does not bind itself to accept the lowers proposal.
The Division of Tourism and Transportation reserves the right to cancel this request at anytime in
its entirety or partially.
A judge will decide by the end of
this month whether to proceed with
a proposed class action lawsuit filed
by a Jamaican fashion model against
Republican presidential front-runner
Donald Trump s modeling agency, the
judge s office said.
Alexia Palmer accuses Trump Model
Management LLC of lying to the federal
government in its work-visa application
that said she would be paid a $75,000-
a-year salary while living in the United
States, according to court documents.
Instead, according to court papers,
Palmer received a total of $3,880.75
during the three years she was under
contract with the agency. The complaint
alleges "fraudulent misrepresentation"
and violations of US immigration and
labour laws. It asks for $225,000 in
The suit was originally filed in Octo-
ber 2014. A decision on a pending
motion by Trump Model Management
to dismiss is expected by the end of
If Torres rules the case can proceed,
it could revive attention on Trump s
foreign labour practices at a time when
the celebrity billionaire s rise in Amer-
ican politics has riveted the world s
Trump s lawyers have called the case
"frivolous" and "without merit." In
court documents, they said Palmer
wasn t an employee and was more than
adequately compensated for a "very
brief stint as a fashion model," which
they say amounted to less than 10 days
of work over three years.
Although Trump owns the modeling
agency, the suit does not name him.
Palmer s lawyer, Naresh Gehi, said,
"The visa application the company filed
with the government requires that peo-
ple are paid the full amount. It s a
Palmer, who was 17 when she came
to New York in 2011, was not available
The lawyer for Trump Model Man-
agement, said the $75,000 a year figure
was simply a guess, not a guarantee.
According to the suit, the agreement
stipulated that Trump Model Manage-
ment would take a 20 per cent cut of
Palmer s earnings but instead took 80
percent by deducting charges for every-
thing from postage to walking lessons
to mobile phone costs and limousine
rides, as well as $4,000 in "adminis-
trative fees," according to court doc-
Model Alexia Palmer, who is suing
Republican presidential front-runner
as they debate
debate in Flint,
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