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Food Basket Market Place is now
hiring for the following post:
3. Meat Cutter
call between Monday and Friday during the
hours of 10.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m for an
appointment for an interview
Apply in person to:
Food Basket Market Place
#35 - 40 Endeavour Industrial Estate, Chaguanas
Food Basket Hyper-Market
Cor. C.H.R. Highway & O'Meara Road South, Arima
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Print on Demand
Ideal for Fetes, Concerts, etc.
SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Property situated at: Lot No. 233, Chaguanas Main Road, Union Village, Felicity.
Four (4) Bedrooms, Toilet & Bath/Face Basin; Living/Dining Room, Kitchen & Porch
16,692 Sq. ft. Freehold Land
Saturday, December 14, 2013 ?VIEWING TIME: 9:00 AM TO 10:00 AM
Property situated at: No. 3 Calcutta Street, St. James.
Upper Level: Two (2) Bedrooms; Toilet & Bath; Kitchen; Living/Dining Room.
Two (2) Bedrooms; Toilet & Bath; Study and Porch.
1,166 Sq. ft. Leasehold Land
Saturday, December 14, 2013 VIEWING TIME: :30 AM TO 12:30 PM
Property situated at: Lot No. 22, Corner of Zircon Boulevard and Cypress Drive
Couva North Housing Project, Phase 2, Couva
The site is flat and regular in shape. All essential services are available e.g. paved roads, pipe
borne water supply, electricity, telephone, postal and garbage services, etc. To be connected
to WASA mains.
5,468 Sq. ft. Leasehold (199 years)
LAND ONLY -- INTERESTED PERSONS MAY VIEW AT THEIR CONVENIENCE.
a) The Company does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
b) Properties are sold as is and will be subject to rates, taxes and other charges which may be outstanding at the time
c) Bids should include telephone numbers, facsimile numbers (if available) and/or email address and should reach us no
later than Friday, December 20th, 2013 4:00 pm.
d) Please note that unacceptable bids will not be acknowledged.
Send Sealed Bids to:
P.O. BOX 1096,
PORT OF SPAIN
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: 623-8863 or 625-8863 or
Ms. Charlene Williams; Ext.: 2216 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Ms. Caren Atwaroo; Ext. 2013, email@example.com
Between the hours of 8:00 A.M. -- 4:00 P.M
Or visit our Website: www.ttmf-mortgages.com
At least ten people were killed and hun-
dreds others injured as chaos gripped
Argentina amid a police strike demanding
pay rises. Mobs have taken over the
streets, looting shops and robbing homes,
local media reported.
Officers across the country refused to
go on patrol in 19 out of 23 Argentinean
The violence comes as Argentina cele-
brates its 30th anniversary of the country s
return to democracy, which took place on
December 10, 1983.
Overnight on Monday, four people were
killed in the province of Chaco. An officer
died while protecting a supermarket in the
provincial capital of Resistencia.
Videos and photos from the scenes show
smashed shop windows and looters
attempting to carry various products---
including appliances and luxury goods such
Federal police, border patrol officers, and
other security forces have been deployed
to locations where looting is taking place.
Fearing mobs, many citizens have armed
The violence initially broke out last week
in Cordoba, located 700 kilometres north
of the capital of Buenos Aires. It came amid
a police strike in which officers demanded
pay raises to keep up with the country s
25 per cent annual inflation.
A police rally led to lootings in the area,
leaving two dead and hundreds injured.
The violence prompted local authorities
to meet the demands of the protesters,
almost doubling the officers salaries to
12,000 pesos per month (around US$1,915).
The Argentinean president s cabinet chief,
Jorge Capitanich said that the government
was in contact with Argentina s provincial
authorities and said that any salary dispute
must be resolved through dialogue rather
than "holding governors to ransom."
Ten dead as Argentina violence, looting continue
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez bangs a pot
during an event to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of
the return of democracy in front of the Government
Palace, known as "Casa Rosada", in Buenos Aires,
Argentina, Tuesday. AP PHOTO
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