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2. Tender Documents can be obtained during the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
at the Procurement Department located at the
3. Tenders are to remain valid for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) daysfrom the closing date
of the Tender and must be accompanied by:
(i) Copy of Receipt for Purchase of Tender Package
(ii) Valid Income Tax Certificate
(iii) Valid VAT Clearance Certificate
4. The original and four (4) copies of the Tender should be placed in a sealed envelope, addressed to the
Procurement Manager, and Tobago Postal Corporation, National Mail Centre, 240-250, Golden
Grove Road, 350462, Trinidad and Tobago, clearly marked on the outside:-
5. Envelopes must be deposited in the Brown Tender Box located in the Reception Area, First Floor,
National Mail Centre, at the address stated above
Tenders submitted after this deadline will not be accepted.
Tenderers should note that the dimension of the SLOT in the Tenders Box is 30cm x 5cm and as such,
tenders should be packaged accordingly.
Tenders would be opened shortly afterwards. The tenderer or his representative may be present at the
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appearing above, during normal business hours or via Tel. (1-868-669-5361 x 230/ 162) facsimile
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7. TTPost does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
8. TTPost reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or even partially, without defraying
any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
MIAMI---LeBron James cannot cur-
rently envision a scenario where he
leaves the Miami Heat this summer,
though he still plans to assess his
needs and his future at the end of the
James made the comments in a
wide-ranging interview with NBA TV.
The Heat star can choose to become
a free agent after this season by exer-
cising an option in the contract he
signed when he arrived in Miami during
the summer of 2010.
Asked if he can picture himself being
anywhere else, James did not seem to
hesitate before answering.
"At this point, I can t," James said.
"We don t know what can happen from
now to July, so what I ve been able to
do this whole season to this point is
just worry about what s at hand and
that s winning another championship.
And hopefully at the end of this year
I can put myself in a position where I
can hold that Larry O Brien Trophy up
once again and then I will assess what
I have to do with my future after that."
James also discussed his sources of
motivation, ways he thinks his game
can still improve, how he handles
expectations, the struggles of his first
season in Miami, and his background
growing up in Akron, Ohio.
Some of his most telling comments
revolved around the fallout that came
after the Heat lost to Dallas in the 2011
NBA Finals. James has often told the
story about how he spent the next two
weeks in near isolation, completely
overcome by the disappointment of
losing the title series.
In the interview, James also revealed
how he started to get past that loss,
saying that Heat guard Dwyane Wade-
with whom he clashed at times over
roles on the team in that first season,
urged him to join him in the Bahamas
for a getaway.
"We had some great conversations
there," James said. "D-Wade was like,
Man, in order for us to be great you
have to be the guy. "
James said he was slightly taken
aback by that.
VITORIA---Former NBA star Lamar
Odom has agreed to a short-term deal
with Spanish basketball club Basko-
The former Los Angeles Lakers for-
ward has a two-month contract, the
club said yesterday.
Odom, an NBA free agent who hasn t
played since finishing out last season
with the Los Angeles Clippers, is filling
a roster spot that opened up because
of injury. Baskonia said the deal includes
an option to extend the contract until
the close of the season.
Odom, 34 and a two-time NBA
champion with the Lakers who has also
played for the Dallas Mavericks and
Miami Heat, was expected in the
Basque capital of Vitoria this week, and
could make his debut on Saturday
Baskonia was ninth in the 18-team
Spanish league and last in its Euroleague
group, with a match against fellow
Spanish club Barcelona on Thursday.
The 2.09-metre (6-foot-10) power
forward averaged a career-low 4.0
points and 5.9 rebounds last season
with the Clippers.
Off-court distractions seemed to
consume him after last season as he
was arrested for drunken driving last
summer before getting divorced from
wife Khloe Kardashian, who he starred
with in a reality television show, in
Spanish club Baskonia inks
Odom to short-term deal
East Team's LeBron James, of the Miami Heat heads to the hoop
during the NBA All Star basketball game, Sunday. AP PHOTO
"We re talking about Wade County
here," James said, referring to what
Miami-Dade County started calling
itself in Wade s honour. "We re talking
about the man who won a champi-
onship here, who s been a six-time
All-Star, you want me to take the keys?
And he said, Absolutely. "
The Heat have won two NBA titles
LeBron: 'At this point, I
can't' see leaving Miami
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