48 results for Tai-Paul-A in Jamaica
 
 

Nunes Scholefield Deleon & Co is the successor Partnership to Judah, Desnoes, Lake, Nunes, Scholefield & Co. The predecessors of Nunes Scholefield Deleon & Co can be traced fr om as far back as 1929 making it one of the oldest law firms in the Island. It has a broadly based practice with a reputation for offering a comprehensive range of quality legal services. Nunes Scholefield Deleon & Co is equipped with modern technology and is constantly striving to improve its resources.

We are committed to providing high-quality professional services at reasonable rates, maintaining at all times professional, proficient and courteous service with a committed staff constantly striving to excel. Our experienced team consists of 26 qualified and dedicated attorneys who are experts in providing quality legal services to our clients. Our attorneys are specialists in their respective practice areas. We will provide you a qualified attorney as per your requirements.
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Health Plus Associates is your family care medical centre. We offer a comprehensive range of services to meet all your medical needs. These include family physicians, obstetri cs/ gynaecology, paediatrics, general surgeon, counselling psychologist, dermatology, chiropodist, physiotherapy, Central Medical Labs and much more. Additionally we offer screening for hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol and sexually transmitted diseases. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience. Read more......Read less

 
 

At Ebenezer & St. Paul's Old Age Home your loved will experience a clean and relaxing environment, it’s your home away from home. Our competent staff ensures that your loved ones are well taken care of. We offer a 24 hour service where a doctor is always on call. Diabetic, Hypertensive, Alzheimer and Stroke patient with special needs are monitored closely by our nurses who work tirelessly to ensure that their condition is stabilised. Additionally, we offer physical therapy, recreational activities, housekeeping and laundry services. Our goal is to help improve the life of your elderly.

Lastly, but most important we cater to the spiritual and emotional needs. We have daily devotions. Ebenezer & St.Paul's Old Age Home is the right choice for your love ones who needs that extra tender loving care.
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Neveast Supplies Limited is a family owned company that began in 1962 at 50 Duke Street, Kingston when the now Chairman of the Board, Neville East decided to service Jamaica†™s local stationery needs. Through market penetration, Neveast Supplies Limited expanded operations to include the supply of office and systems furniture.

Today, the second generation of Easts are at the company’s helm to oversee the day to day operations. Sons David, Paul and Gregory together with thirty other members of staff ensure that Neveast is a leader in office furniture and supplies with competitive prices on high quality products and efficient customer service.

Neveast continues to be the authorized local distributor for international brands such as Global Upholstery Inc, MIN Office Furniture, Teknion Inc, Godrej, IGO and a host of stationery manufacturers from across the globe. Even though we are located in Kingston, our distribution network covers the entire Island of Jamaica.

Neveast’s goal is to become the leading office furniture and supplies company in Jamaica, by providing competitively priced high quality products and efficient customer service.

Complimentary on site evaluation and delivery service provided
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Sts Peter & Paul Prep Sch was established on February 23, 1963. Sts Peter & Paul Prep Sch discharges functions through three divisions such as Kindergarten, Lower and Upper Sc hool. Sts Peter & Paul Prep Sch caters to over 900 students and has a compliment of teachers boasting specialists in the areas of Music, Spanish, Religious and Physical Education. Read more......Read less

 
 

The business is not a new kid on the block, it was started in 1948 by the Honourable Paul Geddes, the Geddes in Desnoes & Geddes. Their father, Roy Lafayette, officially took over ownership approximately 15 years ago.

Along with their father, the 'double' team wants to raise awareness of the business, which sells refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, and provides after-sale services for air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. They also supply parts.

Eight years ago, we decided to move it from a sales-oriented company to a service-oriented company because, when we look at the market, we realise that everyone is selling, but once a customer buys the product, it's hard to get the after-sales service that they require, said Dane Lafayette, the service manager.

At present, they employ 85 technicians across the island, who is trained to handle the problems of their customers quickly and professionally.

You can literally call me 24/7, Dane said. We want to create the impression that, when you call us, you're getting value for service and an overwhelming experience in dealing with a service company, he added.

Distinct roles

They may look similar outside, but the brothers assume distinct roles in the company. Dean Lafayette, is a director and marketing manager and Dane Lafayette, is a director/service manager.

Dean, who is four minutes younger than his brother, studied at the Douglas College in Vancouver, Canada, where he did computer science and the University of Technology where he did marketing and human resource management. Dane, studied at the University of Technology and has a double major in human resource management and international business.

One of the company's flagship products is the premium Mitsubishi inverter air-conditioners, which allows for energy efficient cooling. They were the first to introduce the technology 10 years ago.

It cuts your energy costs by 60 per cent, Dane sai d, and in a period when businesses are trying hard to reduce their energy costs, it's very relevant.

It's also eco-intelligent and reduces an organisation's carbon footprint, said Dean.

They offer a five-year warranty on the equipment.

As a part of their service, they offer their clients monthly or quarterly reports and free estimates for jobs.

They also provide commercial services to clients.

They provide services for organisations like the Bureau of Standards Jamaica and light to heavy commercial companies.

The business is located at 226 Spanish Town Road, Kingston.
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Industrial Sales started in 1964 as the distribution and marketing arm for products manufactured by the Seprod Group. Industrial Sales continue to be the main distributor in J amaica for the Seprod range of products as well as a distributor of third party grocery items. Industrial Sales has an island-wide distribution network, which allows the products to be found in almost all supermarkets, wholesale outlets, pharmacies, grocery shops and institutions in Jamaica.

Seprod Limited was incorporated in Jamaica in July 1940 and became a public company listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in 1985.The company employs a direct labour force of over 370 persons, with a multiplicity of support labours. Seprod's Corporate office is located at Felix Fox Boulevard. The Board of Directors is chaired by Mr. Paul Scott, with Mr. Richard Pandohie as the Chief Executive Officer and Group Managing Director.

As one of Jamaica's high technology companies, we strive to meet the needs of everyo ne and anticipate the aspirations of our consumers and customers to respond innovatively, creatively and compete with the products and services which add value to their lives, thus living up to our motto Made by Seprod.... Must Be Good . We seek to create and maintain an environment where every employee is provided the opportunity to develop to his or her maximum potential. We are committed to honesty and integrity in all relationships with suppliers of goods and services. We evaluate our suppliers on the basis of quality, price and service.

Seprod's role as a good corporate citizen is underscored by its involvement in the community, the country at large and by its support of various charities, educational activities and civic organizations. These have included a contribution to United Way of Jamaica, sponsorship of the Jamaica Junior Achievement Programme, financial support charities, service clubs and assistance to schools, to name a few. The Company recognizes community invo lvement as an important obligation and as a viable business objective. Our support of worthwhile community projects in areas where we operate generally improves the well being of the community, creating a better place for our employees to live and a better place for us to operate.
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The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
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Zim Integrated Shipping Services Limited has been the largest carrier of cargo to the Kingston Port, enabling this harmonious relationship for more than twenty (20) years, has been the main responsibility of Carib Star Shipping. As an agent for Zim we ensure the safe delivery of cargo while making it easy for our customers to access Zim. Contact us for all your shipping need. Read more......Read less

 
 

Supreme Ventures Ltd. (SVL), is a locally owned company and was formed in 1995 by the late Peter Stewart, Paul Hoo and Ian Levy. The company began lottery operations on June 2 5, 2001. The company has diversified its portfolio into other areas of the gaming industry including Video Gaming Lounges and Sports Betting.

Supreme Ventures Financial Services Ltd is a member of the Supreme Ventures Group. We can provide you with MoneyGram remittance and Cambio services. Receive or send money abroad or across Jamaica from any of our Supreme Ventures Regional Retail Centres. We have over 180,000 locations world wide and we are open Monday to Saturday. We are dedicated to providing you with quick, reliable and efficient service.
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Based off Molynes Road in Kingston, A & A Superior Decorators and Cleaners is competitively positioned among the main providers of goods and services aimed at meeting its cust omers decoration and cleaning needs. Our Products Department supplies and installs awnings, carport covers, patio covers, blinds, drapes, carpets and ceramic tiles. A & A Superior Decorators and Cleaners’ skilful staff can sanitize your carpets, settees, drapes, car interior as well as your awnings and blinds. Our expertise can make the dirty, clean again. Read more......Read less

 
 

For all your funeral undertaking services visit St Paul's Funeral Home. We offer caskets, coffins, vaults, embalmment, graves and more. Our staff is ready to assist you in y our time of need and we offer our services for affordable prices. Read more......Read less

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The Queen's Preparatory School is one of a number of Independent Church Schools operated under the auspices of the Anglican Church in Jamaica. The aim of the school, as set ou t in the Scheme of Management for Preparatory Schools of the Church in Jamaica, is as follows:. To provide a liberal and thorough education.

In pursuance of this aim, the policy of the school shall be controlled by the Diocesan Education Board on behalf of the Synod of the Jamaica Church.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Cub Scouts -Tuesdays 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Miss Davey
Brownies - Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Jamieson
Violin - Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Miss Morrison $5000. 00
Drama - Tuesdays & Thursdays Kg 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Miss Maye $3500. 00 Jr 3:30 p.m - 4:30 p.m. Reception - Grade 6
Dancing - Mondays and Thursdays $5,000
Reception & Kindergarten 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Mr. Rose- Grades 1& 2 (2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.)
Chess- Tuesdays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Adv anced Players $3500 Thursdays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Beginners / Intermediate Mr. Porter
Art & Craft Club - Wednesdays 2:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. Mrs. Tai/Miss Simpson $2000 (includes craft materials) Grades 1-3
Reading Clubs - Wednesdays 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Wilks (Kg Dept.) $500.00
Early Act Club -(Rotary Club of New Kingston) -Thursdays 7:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Miss Ramchandani Grade 3 - 6 “Zeen” Magazine Club - Sign Language Club - Mondays
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $2500 Grades 3- 6
Environmental Club
Tennis - Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Kindergarten Dept. $4000 (1day) 3 :30 p.m. 4:30p.m.
Junior Dept. $5500 (2days) Mr. Davis
Track & Field - Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Karate - Tuesdays & Fridays 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Kindergarten $4500 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Junior Dept.
Sensei Wright
The cost of Karate lessons is $4,500.00 per term for three classes per week. Two classes will be held at QPS and the third on Saturday mornings at the St. Andrew Preparatory. New students: Karate uniforms (GI) are available from Sensi Wright. Cell: 829-1686/840-6005 There is also an annual membership fee of $2,500.00 due now, which is renewable on April 1 each year.

Swim Team Training

Football - Wednesdays 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Reception. & Kg $3000 - Wednesdays 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Grades 1 - 3. Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Grades 4 - 6
Football Club - Saturdays 9: 00 a.m. - 12:00 noon $400 per session Only for boys/girls registered with the after school programme. $600 per session for boys / girls not registered with the programme.
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“Destiny is, no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice: It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved”. “I came to Jamaica in 1982 at the request of my uncle who wanted me to help at the infamous Fah Mee Restaurant on Half Way Tree Road. My tasks included the washing up of dishes, cutting up of meats, vegetables and the seasoning of the various Chinese style meats. I never knew one single word in English. At the time, perhaps this was a good thing, because since I could not communicate with my Jamaican coworkers, I communicated with my hands, by outmanoeuvring and outpacing them in the kitchen. As the years passed, I began to catch a few English words. My uncle later decided that it was time for me to be formally enrolled in English classes, and so he sent me to evening school in Kingston to learn English.

After five years, I had earned enough money to buy myself a small van, and so in 1987 I began traversing the 14 parishes of Jamaica, where I just sold a nything that could be traded, including batteries, hair products and haberdasheries”.

It was in this journey that I met some very interesting persons who were my customers and later became some of my dearest friends, including Keith Lyn, Patrick Lyn (now deceased) and Paul Lyn who operated Samfo Supermarket in Spalding. In 1992 I had saved enough money to rent a small shop on Princess Street, downtown Kingston, which was called Bargain Wholesale. The business was very successful, and needed expansion, hence in 1997 my family joined me from China and we rented a bigger shop so that we could expand the business and create additional employment. My brother Peter Wong, sisters Joyce and Theresa helped me greatly to make the business a success for which I am grateful. Grace Kennedy Company Limited, especially Mr. Erwin Burton, assisted us by offering us extended credit terms and limits, which allowed us to expand and perhaps explained the success achieved at the venture.

In 19 99, my brother Peter and I were invited to look at a location at Northside Plaza in Liguanea, St. Andrew for the possible opening of a Chinese restaurant. The first few years of business were very challenging as we had no customer base and no goodwill. With hard work and perseverance, our customer base began to grow. Our loyal customers, many of whom still patronise us today have withstood with us the hands of time. To them all I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation for their continued support.

I also want to thank Julie Wong, who has been interacting with the customers over the last 8 years. Her dedication, support, superb customer service skills, ideas and creativity have not escaped my attention. Thanks to our Chinese chefs for doing an excellent job.
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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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