Monday, October 15, 2018

Use money wisely, UltraLotto 6/58 winners told

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) General Manager Alexander Balutan has advised the two lucky winners of the P1.1 billion to use their money wisely and productively even as he congratulated them for bagging Sunday night draw the UltraLotto 6/58 jackpot prize after nine elusive months.

“Like I always say, having a huge money, especially winning millions of pesos can change your outlook in life, lifestyle and priorities. Mind your priorities. Don’t lose yourself. Keep something for yourself and for your family. Don’t become one-day millionaires. Spend your money wisely,” Balutan said.

This is the second time this year that two people won the Ultra Lotto 6/58 prize. Last February 16, two winners shared the P331-million prize.

“I would like to congratulate our two lucky winners. The winning combination was 40-50-37-25-01-45 and they were brought at the following outlets: Lucky Circle Corp., in SM City Tahao Road, Legazpi City, Albay. Bet type: Self pick, system 9 and Ma. Myra C. Locando, Limbauan St., Brgy. H, Borongan, Eastern Samar. Bet type: Self pick, standard,” Balutan announced.

Apart from the two jackpot winners, 100 bettors will each get P169,930 for hitting five winning combinations correctly.

Balutan reminded all lucky winners to keep their tickets, sign it, as whoever holds the winning ticket is the winner.

“That’s why we always tell our customers to keep their tickets. You might now win the six winning combinations, you can still get five to three winning numbers correctly,” he said.

He said the public may follow the official social media page of his office at for updates.

“When claiming your prize, bring two valid identifications cards. Show the winning ticket to the prize claim section of the Accounting and Budget Department. After the ticket has been validated, the Treasury department will issue a cheque indicating the amount won with the winner’s name. The winner can now go to the LandBank of the Philippines to encash the cheque or he/she can pen a bank account for safekeeping purposes,” he added.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Gov Cua: Mayong problema kun si PCI Espedido distino sa Catanduanes

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LEGAZPI CITY (Bicol Standard) -Mayo nin naheheling na problema si Catanduanes Governor Joseph Cua sa nagluwas na bareta na madidistino sa saindang provincia an controversial na si Police Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido. Ini an saiyang enot na pahayag sa intrevista kan mga miembros kan media.

Sabi ni Cua dai dapat tawan nin maraot na kahulugan an siring na desisyon kan Philippine National Police (PNP), orog na kan mga nagpapalakop nin mga opinyon sa social media.

Inako kan gobernador na enot pa kaini, nagpadara siya nin surat ki Bicol PNP Regional Director Arnel Escobal para maghagad nin listahan kan mga pangaran na pwedeng pag pilian kan magiging bagong provincial director kan pulis sa saindang provincia.

Mientrastanto, sa parte ni Espenido dai man dapat ikahadit kan mga tawo an saiyang presencia, ta maski pa igwa siya nin mga inaatubang na asunto sa jusgado, dai pa nin desisyon kun siya may sala o mayo sa akusasyon.

Hastang sinusurat an baretang ini, dai pa ma sierto kun anong pwesto an saiyang pupugolan sa Catanduanes.

Si Espenido may rangong Chief Inspector, asin an kaipohan na magpugol kan pwesto bilang PNP Provincial Director, dapat P/Superintendent o P/Sr. Superintendent.

Maroromdoman na an Catanduanes naging controversial kan enot na mga taon nin huli sa pagka discubre kan Mega Shabu Laboratory sa Brgy. Palta Small, sa banwaan kan Virac.

An nasambit na caso pig dadangog pa ngonian sa jusgado.

Saturday, October 13, 2018

SB Member kan Placer, binadil, gadan

MASBATE (Bicol Standard) - Sarong miembro kan Sangguniang Bayan kan Placer, Masbate an binadil, gadan kasubagong alas 9:30 nin aga, sa Brgy. Katipunan, sa banwan na ini.

An biktima nabistong iyo si Antonio De Ocampo y Mabuti, na residente kan Brgy. Daraga, digdi.

Segun sa pulis, si De Ocampo nakalunad sa motorsiklo kaiba si Michael de Ocampo y Rodrigo, na residente kan kapareyong barangay, kan bigla sindang paputokan kan dai nabistong mga lalaki.

Si Michael Angelo De Ocampo pig bubulong ngonian sa Cataingan District Hospital.
Base sa report na nakaabot sa pulis kan Placer, binantayan an biktima kan mga suspechado, kaya dai siya naka defensa kan saiyang sadire.

Pakatapos kan krimen, an mga suspechado nagsakay sa pump boat tangani na magdulag.

Alagad, may report na nag conducir nin hot pursuit operation an mga awtoridad tangani na madakop an responsable kan krimen.

8-month preggy woman arrested, admits stealing

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NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard)— A 28-year old woman who is eight months pregnant is now in the custody of the police after she was positively identified in a CCTV footage as the person involved in the theft of cellphones, here.

The investigators identified the suspect as Aileen Lamrana.

During the police interrogation, Lamrana admitted that she was forced to engage in the illegal act of stealing because she badly needs money due to extreme poverty.

Among the evidence presented against her was the CCTV footage from a lawfirm establishment where she was seen giving intructions to a three-year old male child to get several bags which were left unattended.

The suspect admitted that at least seven cellphones were stolen by her in separate operations.

At press time, Lamrana is still in the police custody waiting for the filing of the cases against her.

She told the authorities that she is asking for forgiveness for the crimes that she had committed.

Continued water supply in Partido Area assured

MANILA —The Governance Commission for Government-Owned and Controlled Corporation under the Office of the President ensured the public that there will be no disruption of the Partido Development Administration (PDA)’s operations, such as its water distribution services, pending the finalization of its disposition by the Privatization and Management Office.

It further clarified that the memorandum that abolished the PDA does not order the stoppage of the water distribution services.

“PDA shall guarantee and safeguard the continuous supply of water to its covered communities until disposition,” the letter of the Governance Commission reads.

Said letter, dated October 8, 2018 was addressed to Mr. Jimmy V. Deleña, PDA Chairperson; Mr. Ramon F. Fuentebella, PDA Administrator; Atty. Gerard L. Chan, Chief Privatization Officer; Benjamin Diokno, Secretary, Department of Budget and Management; Eduardo M. Año, Department of Interior and Local Government Officer-in-Charge; Jay Daniel R. Santiago, General Manager, Philippine Ports Authority; Francisco B. Verdejo, Jr., Acting Secretary to the Sanggunian, Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Province of Camarines Sur; Miguel Luis Villafuerte, Governor, Province of Camarines Sur; Jeci A. Lapuz, Administrator, Local Water Utilities Administration; Nelson Bueza, Garchitorena Municipal Mayor; Delfin Pilapil, Jr., Lagonoy Municipal Mayor; Marilyn Cordial, Caramoan Municipal Mayor; Raquel Lim, Goa Municipal Mayor; Evelyn Fuentebella, Sagñay Municipal Mayor; Antonio Chavez, San Jose Municipal Mayor; Sandy Ondis, Siruma Municipal Mayor; Pamela Rinah Fuentebella, Tigaon Municipal Mayor; and Ruel Tuy, Tinambac Municipal Mayor.

The same were invited to attend an urgent conference on October 22, 2018 at the Office of the Governance Commission in Makati City pursuant to the monitoring functions of the Governance Commission on the disposition of assets and implementation of the abolition of the PDA per Memorandum Order No. 29.

The PDA Board was also reminded of its obligations under M.O. No. 29 to ensure the following: preservation and maintenance of the assets of the PDA, and assistance to the PMO in the disposition of said assets; settling of the liabilities of the PDA; issuing the Notice of Termination to all affected officers and employees of the PDA within 60 days from the issuance of this Order; maintenance of a minimum number of personnel necessary to preserve and maintain the assets of the PDA, and assistance in the liquidation of its corporate affairs; settling the retirement and/or separation benefits of affected officers and employees of the PDA; and performing other acts necessary to implement the abolition of the PDA.

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