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TSTT offices at Caroline Building, Wilson Road,
Scarborough, have been closed for renovations.
In the interest of the safety of staff and the public,
the company is relocating operations to new offices
at Gulf City Mall, Lowlands.
In the interim customers may visit the following
Sure Pay (VIA), banks or blink/bmobile dealers to
make bill payments. For other services customers
can call 824-TSTT or in the case of corporate cus-
tomers, contact their respective account managers.
TSTT has apologised for the inconvenience and
said it was looking forward to welcoming customers
at new, more convenient offices soon.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana---The bodies of two fish-
ermen reportedly killed by pirates washed ashore
on Monday prompting their colleagues to urge the
authorities to provide more protection for those
engaged in the trade.
Police said the decomposing bodies of Omesh Der-
hup, 36, and Naresh Persaud, 22, were discovered
late Monday a week after armed pirates allegedly
attacked and killed five fishermen while at sea.
Media reports said a third body had also been
found but the police have not confirmed the reports.
The men were due to have remained out at sea
for 12 days on the vessel Miss Seema which was
found abandoned on July 25.
A post mortem indicated that Persaud s death was
due to multiple injuries. The results of the examination
on Derhup have not yet been released.
The owner of the vessel, Beeram Persaud, believes
that the crew members were victims of piracy.
He said the government needed to do more for
fisherfolk and that the authorities should follow the
lead set by Suriname where pirates were jailed for
as much as 35 years.
"The Suriname Government looking [out for] their
people and have gunboats to look after their people.
That s what this government needs to do, look after
we own people first," he added.
Newly-crowned Miss World
T&T Sarah Jane Waddell,
third from left, poses for a
photo with other delegates
after winning the title at
at the Central Bank
Auditorium, St Vincent
Street, Port-of-Spain, on
Sunday. Other contestants,
from left, are Dena Maria
Blanc, Shanea Tameela
Acosta, Danielle Jack, first
runner-up Jessica Dedier,
and second runner-up Afeya
Jeffrey. PHOTO: CLYDE LEWIS
Customs clerk Ian Reid was has been committed
to stand trial for attempting to export $50 million
in cocaine and heroin to the United Kingdom in
a container in 2008.
Senior Magistrate Annette Mc Kenzie, presiding
in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court, committed
the 34-year-old Reid last week to stand trial for
the narcotics offence at the Port-of-Spain High
Reid, of Cashew Gardens, Chaguanas, was rep-
resented by Senior Counsel Pamela Elder. After
being committed he was granted $300,000 bail.
Reid was arrested by Customs and Excise officer
Azard Khan on June 3, 2008 at Queen s Wharf,
Port-of-Spain. Khan and other officers searched a
container consigned to Reid, who was named as
the exporter. They allegedly found packaged cocaine
and heroin stacked among cases of soft drinks in
the container, which was destined for the United
Kingdom. Reid was arrested.
The heroin and cocaine weighed 24.934 kilo-
grammes and 5.024 kilogrammes respectively.
Clerk to stand trial on
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