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  • TAJ to Set Up Outstations Across The Island to Collect Outstanding Property Taxes

    first_img These outstations will provide a convenient option for persons to pay their property taxes. TAJ will be setting-up four (4) outstations on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at separate locations across the island. Property Owners are reminded that property tax payments can be made in quarterly installments. Story Highlights Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) in its continued drive to collect outstanding property taxes will be setting-up four (4) outstations on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at separate locations across the island. The operation of these outstations is to provide a convenient option for persons to pay their property taxes, without having to visit a tax office or pay online.The venues for the four outstations for this Saturday are:1. Longville Park Plaza, Clarendon2. Alligator Pond Infant & Primary School, Manchester3. Runaway Bay Post Office, St. Ann4. Harbour View Police Station, KSACThe operations of the outstation collection points will begin at 10:00a.m and end at 2:00p.m.Property Owners in the neighbouring communities are encouraged to visit these outstations to make payments, as well as to get updated information on their accounts. It should be noted that persons will receive their receipts after payments have being made.The strategy of operating outstations for collecting outstanding property taxes in collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development will be concentrated in other parishes in coming months. To date, two (2) outstations collection were conducted in Pines Plaza, Junction, St. Elizabeth and Gimmi-Me-Bit, Clarendon and will continue through to the end of the year.Property Owners are reminded that property tax payments can be made in quarterly installments. The third quarterly installment becomes due on October 1, 2013. Land owners are being reminded that payments may also be made online through the Jamaica Tax Portal at www.jamaicatax-online.gov.jm, using a credit card, or at any tax office.For persons who are not sure if or how much property tax is owed, they may use the Property Tax Query online service, recently launched by TAJ, to look up the information, by logging on to the website www.jamaicatax.gov.jm and entering their valuation number. Alternately, persons may contact the Customer Care Centre at 1-888-TAX-HELP (829-4357) for the information.last_img read more

  • Torontos fascination with royals manifests in theatre

    center_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement East of Yonge St., Soulpepper Theatre is also taking on a royal drama with The Last Wife, a contemporary retelling by Kate Hennig of the tale of King Henry VIII’s sixth and final wife, Katherine Parr (the only one to survive him).This production brings together the cast that premiered the play at the Stratford Festival in 2015, where it sold out even before rehearsals began. This summer, Hennig’s sequel, The Virgin Trial, will also appear at the festival. Adding to the royal confluence is the blockbuster Netflix seriesThe Crown (another Morgan project, partly inspired by The Audience), which just won two Golden Globes.We could thank Will and Kate for this resurgence in Canada’s royal obsession, but if you ask Hennig, there’s a deeper reason.last_img read more

  • NUIT BLANCHE TORONTO UNVEILS 2019 PROGRAM

    first_img Twitter Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement TORONTO, Aug. 14, 2019 – The 14th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto will fill the city’s streets with nearly 90 contemporary art projects created by more than 300 local, national and international artists starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 5. This year’s event will present two City of Toronto-produced, curated exhibitions in Scarborough and at Fort York, and a large-scale artist installation at Nathan Phillips Square will be presented under the event-wide theme, Continuum.Details about the full Nuit Blanche Toronto program are available below as well as online at https://sp2.img.hsyaolu.com.cn/wp-shlf1314/C2060/IMG12687.jpg” alt=”last_img” /> read more

  • Halifax professor launches seminar on Aboriginal womens issues

    first_imgAPTN National NewsA professor in Halifax is hoping to educate the next generation of Maritime teachers in the history and issues of Aboriginal women.Dr. Rita Deverell will be facilitating a seminar called “Women, Contemporary Issues, and Resistance” at Mount St. Vincent University until March 29th. The course will primarily look at events and issues in Atlantic Canada.APTN National News reporter Taryn Della met with Dr. Deverell, and files this report.last_img