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If you’re selling artwork in the UK, you need to sign up for money laundering surveillance by tomorrow or risk prosecution.

Art market participants must have registered with the UK’s HMRC by June 10 Photo: Jeremy Sallee Time is running out: all “art market participants” must register with the UK’s HMRC for anti-money laundering surveillance by Thursday 10 June. Those who fail to do so face civil or criminal penalties under …

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Upcoming Events in the Capital Region

CLIFTON PARK – Runners, walkers and hikers can participate in the Good Karma 5K virtual run / walk from June 12-20 to help COVID-19 relief efforts around the world and hunger locally. An informal yoga warm-up will take place on June 12 at 9 a.m. at The Crossings South Pavilion, …

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NJ to expand prescription drug programs to over 20,000 older people

TRENTON – State lawmakers have started the process of expanding New Jersey’s prescription drug programs to more than 20,000 additional seniors, as Gov. Phil Murphy suggested in his 2022 budget plan . Under the proposal, the income limits for Pharmaceutical Assistance for the Elderly and Disabled and Senior Gold would …

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Clifton Shaw elected mayor of Slaton in Saturday’s run-off election

On Saturday, two second-round elections were held in Slaton. The first was for the mayor of Slaton and the second for the special election, the town commissioner of Slaton, Ward 4. The citizens of Slaton elected Clifton “Clif” Shaw as their new mayor. Shaw defeated John Gatica was previously a …

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Editorial – Looking for a recovery: Tourism businesses optimistic about an increase this season | Editorials

For some tourism-related companies, 2020 will not be a highlight in their history. The novel coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the operations of many businesses in upstate New York. Necessary security protocols forced many people to stay in their homes over the past year rather than visiting popular sites. In addition, …

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Bridging the Ivory Gap to Save Africa’s Largest Mammal

Paul Tullis Since the 2000s, an elephant poaching epidemic has raged across Africa, with populations decimated in some areas and multiple species increasingly at risk of being wiped out by the ivory thirst of the country. humanity. Currently at around $ 3,300 (roughly Rand 46,000) a pound, the global ivory …

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We are cracking down on the ivory trade, but is it too late for the elephants?

Ssince the 2000s, an elephant poaching epidemic has raged across Africa, with populations decimated in some areas and multiple species increasingly at risk of being wiped out by the ivory thirst of the country. humanity. Currently at around $ 3,300 a pound, the global ivory trade is worth around $ …

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Assistance Available for Hudson Valley Tenants Affected by COVID

Help from New York State’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program, ERAP, is available to residents of Dutchess County who are struggling to pay their rent or utilities due to COVID-19 . Low and moderate income residents who are struggling to pay their rent or utilities are encouraged by the Dutchess County …

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