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NOTICE OF OFFICE CLOSURE
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to foster sustainable
industrial and economic
development of the
Trinidad & Tobago.
e TecK wishes to advise the public of
the closure of its offices on
Tuesday 24th June, 2014
from 1.00 p.m.
Normal working hours resume on
Thursday 26th June, 2014.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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enterprise under the
Ministry of Trade,
Our core business
zones development and
asset management. Our
assets include 19 Light
Industrial Parks, Trinidad
Center and the
Magdalena Grand Beach
and Golf Resort.
131 Uriah Butler Highway,
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Teachers Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited
Notice is hereby given that the 52nd Annual General Meeting of the Teachers
Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited, will be held at the Centre of
Excellence, Macoya on Saturday 28th June, 2014 at 8:30am to transact the
1. To receive and consider the accounts for the year ended 31st March, 2014.
2. To receive the reports of the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
Committees for the period 1st April, 2013 to 31st March,2014.
3. To approve the dividend to be paid to members for the year ended
4. To elect members to the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
5. To approve resolutions and to select an Auditor for the Year ending
31st March, 2015.
6. To transact any other business which may be properly transacted at an
Annual General Meeting.
1. Registration closes at 10:30am.
2. Only members in good standing are allowed.
3. No children are allowed
4. A VALID FORM OF ID IS REQUIRED
(Drivers Permit, National ID, Passport)
By order of:
The Board of Directors
An Ebola epidemic in Guinea,
Liberia and Sierra Leone is out of con-
trol and requires massive resources
from governments and aid agencies
to prevent it from spreading further,
medical charity Médecins Sans Fron-
tières said yesterday.
The death toll has hit 337 since Feb-
ruary, the UN World Health Organi-
sation said last week, making it the
deadliest outbreak since Ebola first
emerged in 1976.
The disease has not previously
occurred in the region and local people
remain frightened of it and view health
facilities with suspicion. This makes it
harder to bring it under control, MSF
said in a statement.
At the same time, MSF said, a lack
of understanding has meant people
continue to prepare corpses and attend
funerals of Ebola victims, leaving them
vulnerable to the disease, transmitted
by touch or through bodily fluids.
Civil society groups, govern-
ments and religious authorities
have also failed to acknowledge
the scale of the epidemic and as
a result few prominent figures are
promoting the fight against the
disease, the statement said.
"The epidemic is out of con-
trol," said Bart Janssens, MSF
director of operations. "With the
appearance of new sites in
Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia,
there is a real risk of it spreading
to other areas."
"Ebola is no longer a public
health issue limited to Guinea: it
is affecting the whole of West
Africa," said Janssens, urging WHO,
affected countries and their neigh-
bours to deploy more resources
especially trained medical staff.
Ebola has a fatality rate of up to
90 per cent and there is no vaccine
and no known cure. The virus ini-
tially causes raging fever,
headaches, muscle pain, conjunc-
tivitis and weakness, before moving
into more severe phases with vom-
iting, diarrhea and hemorrhages.
Ebola 'out of control' in West Africa
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