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Notice is hereby given that the 67th Annual General Meeting of the
Co-operative Credit Union League of Trinidad and Tobago Limited will
take place on Sunday April 6, 2014 - The Cascadia Hotel &
Conference Centre, St Anns at 1.00 pm.
Registration begins at 12:00 noon.
1. Call to Order
3. Minutes of the 66th Annual General Meeting and business
4. Minutes of the Special General Meeting of January 22, 2014
and business arising therefrom.
5. Report of the Board of Directors
(a) Supervisory Committee
(b) Directors to the League Board
7. Other Reports:
(a) Report of the Auditor and Audited Accounts
(b) Supervisory Committee's Report
8. Appointment of Auditors
10. Any other Business
For and on behalf of the Board of Directors
Must have Certification in
Must have a Diploma in
Auto CAD Electrical
Must have at least 5 years'
experience in substantial
designs and repairs.
Male or female applicants
Only suitable applications
would be acknowledged
Applicants should apply to
PO Bag 279 0311051
HOUSTON---Houston s James Harden
scored 41 points to lead the Rockets to a
118-113 overtime win over Portland on
Sunday, moving up to third place overall
in the NBA Western Conference, two
matches ahead of the Trail Blazers.
Their Texan rival Dallas also had an
impressive victory, beating Eastern Con-
ference leader Indiana and sending the Pac-
ers to a worrying fourth-successive defeat.
Indiana s only succor is that nearest East
rival Miami also keeps losing, dropping a
third straight at Chicago, while Golden State
beat Phoenix to open a three-game gap
between the Pacific Division teams.
Houston s Jeremy Lin had 26 points,
including four points in the 8-2 run that
turned a three-point deficit in overtime
into a three-point lead, and he then sank
two free throws to complete the scoring.
Harden also hit a three-pointer in that
overtime run, having earlier hit a three with
seconds left in regulation to send it to over-
LaMarcus Aldridge led Portland with 28
points and 12 rebounds, but managed just
two points in overtime.
Dallas led Indiana by 17 points in the first
half and saw almost all that lead whittled
away before steadying in the closing stages
to win 105-94.
Monta Ellis and Devin Harris scored 20
points apiece. Ellis, who also had eight
rebounds, put the game away in the final
two minutes with a pair of jumpers for the
Mavericks, who got 41 points from their
bench players against just 4 from the Pacers
The Pacers rallied from 17 points down
in the first half and almost wiped out anoth-
er double-digit deficit after halftime, but
had the same offensive troubles late that
plagued them early in the match.
Paul George had 27 points and 11 rebounds
to lead the Pacers.
Chicago beat Miami 95-88 after overtime,
with Jimmy Butler stripping the ball from
LeBron James at the end of regulation time
to prevent the Heat winning.
Joakim Noah had 20 points and 12
rebounds while DJ Augustin scored 22 for
the Bulls, who scored nine points in the
first minute of overtime to take control.
Dwyane Wade scored 25 for Miami, but
with James struggling again (17 points on
8-of-23 shooting), the Heat again failed to
make up ground on slumping Indiana.
Golden State won a fourth-straight game,
beating Phoenix 113-107, with Stephen Curry
overcoming a strained right quad to finish
with 18 points and nine assists.
David Lee had 26 points and nine
rebounds for the Warriors, who built an
18-point lead early in the fourth quarter
before the Suns surged back.
Gerald Green had 25 points and six
rebounds for the Suns, who dropped into
a tie with Memphis for eighth place in the
Western Conference standings.
Oklahoma City missed a chance to over-
take idle San Antonio for the West lead, as
the Thunder lost 114-110 at the Los Angeles
Jodie Meeks scored 24 of his career-high
42 points in the second half for the Lakers,
while Pau Gasol added 20 points and 11
rebounds for injury-ravaged Los Angeles,
which is last in the West.
Kevin Durant had 27 points, ten rebounds
and 12 assists for his third triple-double
this season for Oklahoma City, which led
by 18 points in the second quarter before
Toronto s Kyle Lowry had 20 points, 12
rebounds and 11 assists for his fourth career
triple-double, lifting the Raptors to a 111-
104 win over Minnesota.
Brooklyn s Marcus Thornton scored 15
of his 27 points in the fourth quarter against
his old team, lifting the Nets to a 104-89
win over Sacramento.
New Orleans came from 16 points down
to beat Denver 111-107 in overtime, with
Anthony Davis tying his career high with
32 points and adding 17 rebounds and six
blocked shots. (AP)
PRETORIA---Oscar Pistorius vomited in the dock
and retched repeatedly and loudly at his murder
trial yesterday as he heard graphic details of the
injuries sustained by the girlfriend he shot, includ-
ing a head wound that was probably instantly
fatal according to the pathologist who performed
Reeva Steenkamp was shot with bullets designed
to expand on impact and cause maximum damage,
prof Gert Saayman testified after he identified the
type of bullet from fragments in Steenkamp s skull.
Saayman s testimony was not broadcast or
reported live on Twitter by journalists because of
its explicit content under an order from Judge
Thokozile Masipa. However, journalists were allowed
to report the testimony without directly quoting
the witness s words.
The double-amputee runner, hunched over on
a bench, vomited when he heard the description
of Steenkamp s wounds, prompting Masipa to
briefly halt the testimony to ask chief defense
lawyer Barry Roux to attend to his client. The judge
also asked whether Pistorius was able to understand
the proceedings. Roux said Pistorius reaction was
not going to change. A bucket was placed at his
After court adjourned for the day, Pistorius sat
for a few minutes with his hands over his ears and
his body heaving and bent forward as his brother
held a hand on his back.
Saayman said that each of the three main gunshot
wounds Steenkamp suffered could have been fatal
in isolation. Steenkamp s right arm was also broken
and she had multiple skull fractures, both because
of the effect of bullets, Saayman said. (AP)
Harden stars in Rockets
OT win over Blazers
Pistorius vomits during
Houston Rockets' James Harden (13) goes up for a shot
a Portland Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge (12) defends
during the third quarter of an NBA match Sunday night
in Houston. The Rockets won in overtime 118-113. AP
Mavericks 105 Pacers
Rockets 118 Trail Blazers 113, OT
Lakers 114 Thunder
Warriors 113 Suns
Pelicans 111 Nuggets 107, OT
Raptors 111 Timberwolves 104
Celtics 118 Pistons
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