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The Government of the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
The Ministry of Community Development is the lead Government agency in facilitating empowered, harmonious and sustainable
communities. "Building Resilient Communities" through various community based and outreach programmes is the Ministry's key
objective and to this end, the Ministry seeks to employ suitably quali ed candidates to be interviewed for the following contract positions:
Interested persons must submit their resumes and a cover letter to the following:
Director -- Human Resource Services Department
The Ministry of Community Development
Corner Jerningham Avenue and Queens' Park East, Port-Of-Spain.
Or to: email@example.com
Detailed Position Descriptions may be accessed on the Ministry's website: www.community.gov.tt.
THE DEADLINE DATE FOR THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY MAY 9, 2014
We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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ATLANTA---Paul George and David
West hit key 3-pointers at the end as
the top-seeded Indiana Pacers held off
the Atlanta Hawks 91-88 to even the
NBA opening-round series at two wins
Elsewhere Saturday, Miami moved to
a 3-0 series lead by defeating the Char-
lotte Bobcats 98-85, Vince Carter hit a
three pointer after the buzzer to down
Western Conference top seeds San Anto-
nio 109-108 and Oklahoma City Thunder
beat the Memphis Grizzlies 92-89 in
In a game they had to have, the Pacers
finally showed some grit and regained
the home-court edge. George put the
Pacers ahead 86-85 with a jumper
beyond the arc, and West hit another
trey with 1:33 remaining.
Atlanta had a chance after Kyle Korver
was fouled in the corner and knocked
down three free throws, taking advantage
of a do-over after the Pacers were called
for a lane violation on the third attempt.
But George pulled down an offensive
rebound to set up George Hill's driving
shot with 56 seconds left.
Pero Antic missed a 3-pointer at the
buzzer that would have forced overtime.
Game 5 is on Monday in Indianapolis.
George scored 24 points and West added
18. Paul Millsap led the Hawks with 29,
but the All-Star forward struggled in
the final minute.
In Dallas, Carter hit a double-pump
3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Dallas
Mavericks a 109-108 victory in Game 3
and a first-round series lead over the
top-seeded San Antonio Spurs.
Carter took an inbound pass from Jose
Calderon with 1.7 seconds left in the left
corner. After a quick pump fake in front
of Manu Ginobili, Carter released the
ball just before the buzzer. The winning
shot was held up on review.
Ginobili had given the Spurs a 108-
106 lead on a layup before Dallas called
timeout to set up the play for Carter.
Game 4 is Monday night in Dallas.
Monta Ellis kept the Mavericks close
in the fourth quarter and finished with
a game-high 29 points, while Tim Dun-
can led the Spurs with 22 points.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, LeBron
James had 30 points and 10 rebounds,
as the Miami Heat took an iron grip of
its Eastern Conference first round series
against the Charlotte Bobcats.
Dwyane Wade added 17 points for the
Heat, who can close out the best-of-
seven Monday night.
James, who was an efficient 10 of 18
from the field, pushed his record to 18-
0 against the Bobcats since joining the
Heat in 2010. Miami has won 19 straight
overall against Charlotte.
Al Jefferson had 20 points for the Bob-
cats, who are still searching for the
first postseason win in franchise
history. At Memphis, Tennessee,
reserve Reggie Jackson scored a play-
off-best 32 points, and Oklahoma
City tied up its first-round Western
Conference series against Memphis
at two apiece.
Jackson had only scored 15 points
combined in this series, but the
guard shook off his shooting woes
by hitting 11 of 16. He outscored
Kevin Durant and Russell West-
brook, who struggled through their
worst scoring game of the series.
Durant was 5 of 21 for 15 points,
while Westbrook was 6 of 24 for 15
Game 5 is Tuesday night back in
Pacers even series
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) is defended by
Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen, right, in the first half of Game 4 of
an opening-round NBA basketball playoff series Saturday. AP PHOTO
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