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UWI Credit Union is an industry based credit union catering to enhancing the
general quality of life and the financial needs of its members. Its membership
comprises staff and students of the University of the West Indies, St Augustine
Campus, their children and spouses, as well as employees of affiliated institutions
located on the campus .
The Credit Union is gearing itself to provide a wider range of services to its exist-
ing members as well as expand its membership. As such, it is seeking to fill the
following three critical positions which report to the General Manager.
The Credit Supervisor will lead the Credit Management team in managing the
loan portfolio of the Credit Union with special emphasis on delinquency. The
responsibilities of this individual will include providing technical, operational
and strategic guidance to the Credit Committee and department members,
reducing delinquent receivables and developing, implementing and maintaining
a programme in the Credit department for the cross-selling of services.
The successful candidate will have:
• A Bachelor's Degree in Management/Finance
• Minimum of three (3) years of progressive experience in a
• Two (2) Years of Supervisory experience
He/she will also have a deep understanding of the Credit Union philosophy and
values, excellent oral and written communication skills, be able to work in a fast
paced environment and be able to to build and maintain partnerships and rela-
tionships with a wide range of persons. Knowledge of Cumme / Cummis would
be a definite asset.
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged. 1110079
1. 1 Acre Freehold Land with buildings thereon situate at #32 Arena Road,
FREEPORT -- WILLIE'S ICE CREAM LIMITED
Access and amenities are available
2. Used Ice cream manufacturing Machinery & Equipment (as a package)
3. Used Office Furniture (as a package)
4. One (1) Blue Isuzu diesel NPR Truck with insulated enclosure
Reg. No. TBK 8601
5. One (1) Pink Isuzu diesel NPR Truck with insulated enclosure
Reg. No. TBK 8602
6. One (1) White Isuzu diesel NPR Truck with refrigerated enclosure
Reg. No. TBL 7495
7. One (1) Blue Kia K2700 2 Door diesel Pick Up with enclosed tray
Reg. No. TBO 8158
8. One (1) Blue Kia K2700 2 Door diesel Pick Up with enclosed tray
Reg. No. TBO 8159
Machinery & equipment, office furniture and vehicles can be viewed from Sunday to Sunday
between 8am to 5pm at Willie's Ice cream Limited situated at #32 Arena Road, Freeport.
√ Forms are available at ANY Branch of the ADB.
√ Sealed offers are to be deposited in Tender Box located ONLY at The Bank's Head Office and addressed to:
Agricultural Development Bank
#87 Henry Street
Port of Spain
√ Properties will be sold subject to all outstanding rates and taxes, subsisting contracts, tenancies or
encroachment however formed and any other outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale.
√ The property is being sold "as is" without any responsibility of the Vendor to provide statutory approval,
surveying data or warranty on its suitability for use for any particular purpose.
√ Chattel is to be sold "as is, where is"; transfer fees are to be borne by the purchaser
√ The Bank does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
√ Unsuccessful bidders will not be acknowledged.
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE DULY
Further information can be obtained at the following locations:
#87 Henry Street, Port-of- Spain. 623-6261/5
#29 Ramsaran Street, Chaguanas 665-5861/4640
#7 Cipero Street, San Fernando 652-3084/1130
Corner Young & Robinson Street 635-0457/
L.P #917 Eastern Main Road,
It is mandatory that persons applying for land must indicate that the land will be utilised for
BIDS CLOSE AT 3:00PM ON MONDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 20131023024
The airport was nearly destroyed
as raging seawaters swept through
the city, shattering the glass of the
airport tower, leveling the terminal
and overturning nearby vehicles.
"Almost all houses were destroyed,
many are totally damaged. Only a few
are left standing," said Major Rey Balido,
a spokesman for the national disaster
agency. Local television network ABS-
CBN showed images of looting in one
of the city's biggest malls, with residents
carting away everything from appliances
to suitcases and grocery items.
Airport manager Efren Nagrama, 47,
said water levels rose up to four metres
(13 ft) in the airport. "It was like a tsunami.
We escaped through the windows and I
held on to a pole for about an hour as
rain, seawater and wind swept through
the airport. Some of my staff survived
by clinging to trees.
I prayed hard all throughout until the
water subsided." Across the country, about
a million people took shelter in 37
provinces after President Benigno Aquino
appealed to those in the typhoon's path
to leave vulnerable areas.
"For casualties, we think it will be sub-
stantially more," Aquino told reporters.
Officials started evacuating residents from
low-lying areas, coastlines and hilly vil-
lages as early as three days before the
typhoon struck on Friday, officials said.
But not all headed the call to evacuate.
"I saw those big waves and immediately
told my neighbours to flee," said Floremil
Mazo, a villager in southeastern Davao
Oriental province. Meteorologists said
the impact may not be as strong as feared
because the storm was moving so quickly,
reducing the risk of flooding and land-
slides from torrential rain, the biggest
causes of typhoon casualties in the Philip-
Ferry services and airports in the central
Philippines remained closed, hampering
aid deliveries to Tacloban, although the
military said three C-130 transport planes
managed to land at its airport yesterday.
At least two people were killed on the
tourist destination island of Cebu, three
in Iloilo province and another three in
Coron town in southwestern Palawan
province, radio reports said.
"I never thought the winds would be
that strong that they could destroy my
house," LynLyn Golfan of Cebu said in
a television interview while sifting through
the debris. By yesterday afternoon, the
typhoon was hovering 765 km west of
San Jose in southwestern Occidental Min-
doro province, packing winds of a max-
imum 185 kph, with gusts of up to 220
kph. The storm lashed the islands of
Leyte and Samar with 275-kph wind
gusts and 5-6 meter (15-19 ft) waves on
Friday before scouring the northern tip
of Cebu province. It weakened slightly
as it moved west-northwest near the
tourist island of Boracay, later hitting
Haiyan was the second category 5
typhoon to hit the Philippines this year
after Typhoon Usagi in September. An
average of 20 typhoons strike every year,
and Haiyan was the 24th so far this year.
Last year, Typhoon Bopha flattened
three towns in southern Mindanao, killing
1,100 people and causing damage of more
than US$1 billion. (Reuters)
'It was like a tsunami'
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Typhoon Haiyan fury:
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