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Of the making of an
application for the grant of
a certificate authorizing the
issue/transfer of a Betting
Office Licence under the
Gambling and Betting Act
1963 (as amended) take
notice I JOHN CORREIA
of 85 Rosewood Drive,
Port of Spain and 55 - 57
Park Street, Port-of- Spain
in the island of Trinidad
have made an application to
the authority appointed
under the above mentioned
Act for the grant of certifi-
cate authorizing the issue/
transfer of a Betting Office
License from Kearne Gouia
to me John Correia in
respect of premises situate
at 55 - 57 Park Street, Port
Any Person who desires to
object to the grant of this
Certificate authorizing the
issue/transfer of the Betting
Office License shall send to
the authority not later than
ten (10) days after the publi-
cation, two copies of a brief
statement in writing of the
grounds of his objections.
Application for grant of
Permit to carry on
business of a betting
office under the
Gambling and Betting
Act 1983 (as amend-
ed). Notice is hereby
that I John Courtney
Dookie of 7 Armondale
Drive, Sierra Leon,
Diego Martin proprietor
trading as Courtney's
Racing Service have
applied to the authority
for a grant of a Permit
to carry on the busi-
ness of a betting office
at the premises situat-
ed at 84 Western Main
Road, St. James. Any
person who desires to
object to the grant of
this Permit shall send
to the authority no later
than 10 days after the
publication of this
copies of a brief
statement in writing of
the grounds of the
Signed: John Courtney
NOTICE OF VACANCIES
Applications are invited from suitably qualified nationals for employment on contract for two (2) years in the
position of Coach in the Ministry of Sport in the following disciplines:
• TRACK AND FIELD
Kind of work
Technical work in the field of physical education and sport
Distinguishing Features of Work
An employee in this class is responsible for planning and implementing programmes of training in a desig-
nated sporting activity for teachers, students, young people in the community and community coaches. Work
also includes the promotion of competitive games, improving motor skills of trainees, monitoring the progress
and development of sporting activities and advising on care and use of equipment. Work is performed within
the prescribed guidelines and is reviewed by a supervisor for adherence to policy and for effectiveness.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
• Plan, organises and implement programmes of training in a designated sporting activity for teachers,
students and young people in the community and community coaches.
• Promote the organisation of related competitive sporting activities in schools and in the community.
• Design programmes for the general improvement of motor skills among trainees.
• Monitor the progress and effectiveness of the related sporting activity in terms of the prescribed goals.
• Advise on the design of skills tests in the related sporting activity.
• Advise on the care and proper usage of all games equipment and sporting facilities.
• Liaise with Physical education and Sporting Officers to ensure co-ordination of programmes.
• Perform related work as required.
Required Knowledge, Skill and Abilities
• Knowledge of training applicable in coaching at various levels
• Knowledge of the rules and rudiments of a designated sporting discipline
• Knowledge of first aid
• Ability to demonstrate motor s\kills in a designated sporting discipline
• Ability to express ideas clearly, both orally and in writing
• Ability to foster and maintain good working relationships with associates and trainees.
Minimum Qualification and Experience
• Considerable experience in physical education or sport
• Possession of a recognised coaching certificate in a relevant discipline
• Formal training in physical education as evidenced by a certified course(s) amounting altogether to at
least one (1) year
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training.
Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions of employment will be determined by the Chief Personnel Officer, Personnel Department.
Interested persons should submit their applications together with Curriculum Vitae not later than November
22, 2013 to:
The Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Sport
12 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain
AMMAN---US Secretary of State John Kerry warned
Israel yesterday that it could face a third Palestinian
uprising and deepening international isolation if
American-brokered peace negotiations failed.
Both Israelis and Palestinians have given grim assess-
ments of the lack of progress in their talks, which the
United States helped revive last July after a three-year
hiatus. Violence has simmered and yesterday, Israeli
troops killed a Palestinian wielding a makeshift firearm
in the occupied West Bank.
Kerry, speaking in Jordan a day after a visit to Israel,
where he appealed for limits on its settlement building
in the West Bank, said the negotiations had made
"significant progress" in some areas.
He said it was important to keep aiming towards
a full "final status" accord tackling issues at the core
of the decades-old conflict, in contrast with more
modest interim deals plagued by diplomatic deadlock
and years of bloodshed.
In an interview with Israel's Channel 2 television
recorded in Jerusalem before he left for Amman, Kerry
painted a bleak picture of what might lie ahead if
peace is not achieved.
"I mean, does Israel want a third Intifada?" he
asked, referring to the danger of a new Palestinian
uprising to follow those that erupted in 1987 and 2000.
"If we do not find the way to find peace, there will
be an increasing isolation of Israel, there will be an
increasing campaign of delegitimisation of Israel that
has been taking place on an international basis."
Kerry met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas
in Amman later yesterday before returning to Jerusalem
for more talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
Friction over the talks has risen in the last week
because of Israeli plans, announced in tandem with
its release of 26 Palestinian prisoners, for some 3,500
new homes for Jewish settlers in the occupied West
Bank and East Jerusalem.
Kerry, whose shuttle diplomacy helped to revive
the talks, has set a nine-month schedule for an agree-
ment, despite widespread skepticism. (Reuters)
Kerry warns Israel
of troubles ahead
if peace talks fail
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