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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
TEN (10) LINCOLN
Slightly used, 400 SAE, New Model with
kubota engines, approximately between
500-600 hours on each machine.
Will sell singly or as a package deal.
TTD $80,000.00 VI PER UNIT
CONTACT: 634-4229 OR 678-0448
For Sale by Mortgagee.
Offers are invited for the sale of the following properties.
LAND ONLY situate at LP 169 Los Iros Forest, Chatham in the Ward of Cedros
in the Island of Trinidad comprising FOUR THOUSAND AND FORTY-EIGHT
SQUARE METRES FREEHOLD LAND more or less.
INCOMPLETE STRUCTURE situate at LP #53 Pelican Extension Road,
Morvant in the Ward of St Anns comprising more or less SIX THOUSAND
SIX HUNDRED AND SEVENTY- FIVE SUPERFICIAL FEET FREEHOLD
LAND ONLY situate opposite 44 KM Mark, Toco Main Road, Toco in the
Island of Trinidad comprising an area more or less THREE (3) ROODS AND
ONE (1) PERCHES.
LAND ONLY situate at Pond Street, La Romain in the Ward of Naparima in
the Island of Trinidad comprising SEVEN THOUSAND, THREE HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY-FIVE POINT SIX SQUARE METRES OF FREEHOLD LAND
more or less.
INCOMPLETE STRUCTURE situate at Lot 4 Road Reserve, Off Tamboo
Trace, Off Mt Pleasant Road, Claxton Bay in the Ward of Couva comprising
more or less FIVE THOUSAND AND FIVE SQUARE Feet FREEHOLD LAND.
LAND ONLY situate at Lot E, Perry Young Road, Moruga in the Ward of Savana
Grande in the Island of Trinidad comprising SEVENTEEN THOUSANDAND
SEVEN SQUARE FEET OF FREEHOLD LAND more or less.
Bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes to:
The Credit Manager
#32 Southern Main Road,
Conditions for Sale:
1. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with balance
in ninety (90) days.
2. The subject property will be sold on an “as is where is” basis and
subject to all outstanding rates and taxes.
3. Subject to contract.
4. The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any
5. Unacceptable offers will not be acknowledged.
6. Closing date for bids is 26th January, 2018.
For further information, please contact the Credit Department at
225-4828 Extension 259.
“Being unwanted, unloved, uncared
for, forgotten by everybody, I think
that is a much greater hunger, a
much greater poverty than the per-
son who has nothing to eat.”
— Mother Teresa
“Here we are, arguably the most
intelligent being that’s ever walked
planet Earth, with this extraordinary
brain. Yet, we’re destroying the only
home we have.” — Jane Goodall
“An individual has not started living
until he can rise above the narrow
confines of his individualistic con-
cerns to the broader concerns of all
humanity.” —Martin Luther King, Jr
“Ah, kindness. What a simple way
to tell another struggling soul that
there is love to be found in this
world.” — A A Malee
Ramai Trace school to be completed by year’s end
Education Minister Anthony Gar-
cia is assuring that the Ramai
Trace Hindu School in Debe will
be completed and he is optimis-
tic that the completion will be
in time for the start of the new
school year in September.
Harry Dookran I guess you
hoping everyone will be quiet
Dawesh Maharaj What about
Chatham, Siparia and Fanny Vil-
Harry Ramharack So the
other 5% of the school is going
to take seven months for com-
pletion. What work has yet to be
done? Maha Sabha should be al-
lowed to carry out the repairs if
the government does not have the
money at this time.
Jake Simms Only protest brings
hoping for answers
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley
and a high-powered ministerial
team will sit today for talks with
the business community in Tobago.
Gerald Mejias While I un-
derstand that the sea bridge is
important for business between
Trinidad and Tobago the main
problem with Tobago at present
is the outdated Airport. Besides
the entry and departure area is
outdated holiday makers leaving
cannot get a proper duty free.
Azard R Mohammed Keep
Winston Ankatiah There goes
Easter tourism period yet again...
and no riot as usual.
Azroon Hosein-Ali You will be
getting no answers but will get a
whole lot of excuses, and one will
be blamed—the opposition.
AG: Returning fighters
under security radar
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi said
amendments to legislation dealing
with terrorism are expected to pre-
sented when the Parliament sits
Stephen Steve Ramdhani Deci-
sive action is needed against these
ISIS fighters. They should not be
allowed back in the country.
Harry Dookran You and
your government can’t even
watch a local thug! How are
you going to watch a train Isis
Florentino Lesaldo Why
are these traitors allowed back
in? What can these have of any
value, of positivity to offer
Finelike Chillibibbi Why
are they returning? Why not
stay wherever they were?
Robin Seepersad More crime is
coming for this sweet island of T&T.
Leaking roof floods
Nursing staff had to keep patients
calm after torrents of water began
flowing through the ceiling at Ward
Seven of the San Fernando General
Hospital yesterday, drenching files,
furniture and other equipment.
Shyankaran Lalla There ap-
pears to be a general lack of pre-
ventative maintenance at the SFGH.
I have observed exposed electrical
panels, clogged guttering, pigeon
droppings, improper storage of
medical supplies, exposed rebar on
staircase etc, and strongly recom-
mend the PSA ,OSH, TTFS accom-
panied by the media to undertake
a tour of the facility and highlight
the unsafe conditions which ex-
Oropouche East MP Roodal Moonilal leads the protest by parents of
students attending the Ramai Trace Hindu School in Debe last week.
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