KINGSTON, Jamaica — Police Commissioner Owen Ellington this week informed members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) that all requests for information from the Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) regarding drivers’ licences, Tax Registration Number (TRN) and the Automated Motor Vehicle Systems (AMVS) should b ...more »
THE Arthur Guinness Day concert, scheduled for September 26 at the National Indoor Sports Centre in St Andrew, will again feature top dancehall and roots-reggae acts.
Busy Signal, Aidonia, Tarrus Riley and I-Octane have been confirmed for the event, which was a big success last year.
The Arthur Guinness Day is held in honour of the Irish businessman/philantropist who founded the world-famous Guinness brewery in the 18th century.
Now in its fifth year, the 'Day' takes place in 55 countries this year.
According to Kamal Powell, a brand manager at Red Stripe, local distributors of Guinness, the concerts will live up to Arthur Guinness' benevolent nature.
"Community development is a major arm of our corporate social responsibility programme and the contribution from the Arthur Guinness Fund to these development programmes is just a demonstration of our commitment to nation building," Powell said.
Approximately $1.5 million from the Arthur Guinness Fund has been committed to five projects in Jamaica.
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