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SUNSET PALM LTD. urgently requires a Tables Manager/Trainer to oversee
its table games for its new and expanded location in Crown Point, Tobago. e
ability to work in a fast-paced environment is essential.
e incumbent should have at least een(15) years international experience
and proven competence with international casino rules, games and procedures.
At least 10years Managerial experience in Casino operations.
Pro ciency in a second language (Spanish) would be desirable.
Provides extensive specialized sta training to table game dealers and new
employees in gaming-operation positions and surveillance operators.
Inspecting and ensuring that the dealing of games is in line with procedures
laid down by the company.
Keeping the General Manager abreast of all aspects of Tables operation
Ensuring strong attributes, including good people management and
Please forward your application to the HR Manager:
Sunset Palm Ltd.
Cor. Buccoo Junction & Shirvan Road,
Mt. Irvine, Tobago.
Applicants are also required to send a copy of their application to the following:
Chief Manpower O cer
Ministry of Labour, Small & Micro Enterprises
Cor. Duke & George Streets,
PORT OF SPAIN.
Deadline for submission of application: 07 May 2013
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
NG.A Farrell &
WILL BE MOVING TO:
The Office will be closed on Friday, May
3, 2013 And re-open on Monday, May 6,
2013 at our new location
Our telephone number and Fax number
remain the same:
Telephone Number - 639-3077
Fax Number - 635-0160 0501049
CARACAS---Tens of thousands
of Venezuelans filled the streets
of the capital yesterday in rival
marches by the opposition and
the government less than a day
after a brawl on the floor of con-
gress injured several opposition
Opposition candidate Henrique
Capriles walked in a crowd of
supporters through upscale neigh-
bourhoods in the east of Caracas
during a march to celebrate Inter-
national Workers Day.
He called for an end to a gov-
ernment crackdown on his back-
ers, and reiterated plans to chal-
lenge his narrow election loss in
both Venezuelan and international
In downtown Caracas, the gov-
ernment held its own march, fea-
turing songs praising President
Nicolas Maduro and his mentor,
late president Hugo Chavez.
Both sides appeared to be trying
to avoid confrontation by choosing
separate locations and calling for
peaceful demonstrations, although
tensions were running high.
Outside the Justice Ministry,
organizers set up a 30-foot-tall
inflatable Chavez balloon with its
fist raised in the air. Many wore
red T-shirts with pro-government
"This government is defending
workers rights, increasing salaries
like it should," said Juan Ramirez,
a 49-year-old employee of the
state telecommunications com-
pany. "Of course, there will have
to be more raises to make up for
Tuesday night s clash erupted
when members of the opposition
coalition unfurled a banner in the
National Assembly denouncing a
ruling that strips them of most
legislative powers unless they rec-
ognize Maduro s April 14 victo-
ry.Assembly member Julio Borges
appeared on an independent tel-
evision station soon after Tuesday
night s brawl with blood running
down one side of his swollen face.
The opposition said at least 17 of
its allies and five pro-government
deputies were injured.
Opposition lawmaker Ismael
Garcia said government loyalists
threw the first punches. Pro-gov-
ernment legislators appeared on
state TV accusing opposition
members of attacking them. Video
showed groups of legislators shov-
ing and pushing each other on
The opposition has refused to
accept Maduro s narrow victory,
saying the government s 1.49 per
cent margin resulted from fraud,
including votes cast in the names
of the thousands of dead people
found on current voting rolls.
In retaliation, the government-
dominated assembly has barred
opposition lawmakers from public
speaking and sitting on legislative
Capriles is boycotting an official
audit of the election and plans to
file a challenge seeking to overturn
it in court.
Maduro accused the opposition
of provoking Tuesday s violence,
which he condemned, and called
on the country to work out its
National Assembly chief Dios-
dado Cabello has repeatedly
defended barring opposition law-
makers from speaking. He said
that if they don t recognize the
legitimacy of the presidential elec-
tion, they are casting doubt on the
very system that elected them,
thus losing their own legitimacy.
Opposition lawmakers have also
lost their seats on legislative com-
A youth sits on someone's shoulders as others hold up a picture of Fidel
Castro and Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez during a May Day
march in Revolution Square in Havana, Cuba, yesterday. AP PHOTO
CUBA MAY DAY
Venezuela MPs in
punch-up over poll
Julio Borges arrives
with a bruised face to
his political party's
speaking to the press
in Caracas, Venezuela,
on Tuesday. AP PHOTO
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