Balatas Dumpsite, linalaoman na maisara bago matapos an 2017

Naglalaom an Sangguniang Panglungsod sa paagi ni VM Nelson Legacion na maisasara an Balatas Dump Site bago magtapos an taon 2017

NEDA OKs 5 multi-million projects for Bicol

At least 5 big-ticket projects in the Bicol region are part of the 55 flagship projects that the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) aims to complete or break ground by 2022.

Drink responsibly

Ano an pag-inom kan nakakaburat na inumon (alcoholic beverages) maraot o kasalan?

Boarding house sa Naga, target kan mga mahabon

Pinatanidan kan pulis an estudiante asin residentes digdi na dai imaging aliwalas sa saindang mga gamit sa tahaw na nagkapira nang incidente nin harabonan na an mayor na victima iyo an mga boarding houses.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Summer heat ignites creativity in first TALA Poetry Workshop

NAGA CITY—This month of April, where the summer heat is just as fiery as the creative writing workshop season, budding and seasoned writers gather for the love of words in the first TALA Poetry Workshop in this city.


The event takes place today until tomorrow at the third floor of the Fr. O’Brien Library (Multipurpose Room) at Ateneo de Naga University.

Using the so-called “writeshop” or “praxis” method, several panelists give lectures on poetic theories and elements such as form, voice, tone, and metaphor. Later, they require the participants or writing fellows to compose works of their own, using what they learned during the lectures. The output will later be critiqued by the panellists and fellows in the third part of the workshop.

This year, the panelists are Frank Penoñes Jr., Jerome Hipolito, Jeff Regullano and Jason Chancoco. Meanwhile, the fellows are San Jose Agor, Anthony Diaz, Ken Brian Esperanza, John Leir Castro, Rea Robles, Elmer Guarin Ramos, Shellah Farina Chan, Stephen Prestado, Ma. Leonora Cervas-Bregala, Cherry Ann Largo, Jeffrey Almazan, and Love Leir Arcelie Castro. (With report from Jason Chancoco)

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Bicol moves towards cleaner energy sources

A hydropower plant in this island province of Catanduanes is helping locals avoid the nightmare of an intermittent power supply during the summer season.
Bicol moves towards cleaner energy sources through hydropower plants
Estimated to be worth around P800 million, the hydropower plant supplies at least 6.5 megawatts of the island province’s electrical needs.

Reportedly, the power plant has been enjoying the support of Catandunganons for the six years that it has been in operation because the power plant is able to provide clean and sustainable energy for their needs.

The plant, which is owned by Bicolano businessman Elizaldy S. Co, is a project of Sunwest Group of Companies.

Co maintains that this move towards renewable energy is an indication that Bicol is interested in reducing dependency on imported and pricey fossil fuels.

Meanwhile, in Camarines Sur, an hydropower plant called the Bicol Hydropower Corp. recently inked an agreement with the Camarines Sur II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CASURECO II) to supply a portion of the electrical needs of Camarinenses. Bicol Hydropower Corp.'s rate is P4.75 per kilowatt-hour, according to the agreement.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Penafrancia Basilica Minore Stations of the Cross or Via Crucis

The Penafrancia Basilica Minore holds the Stations of the Cross, also known as the Via Crucis or Way of the Cross, every Friday of Lent after the 5:15 PM mass. During this activity, Catholics remember the sufferings of Jesus on his way to be crucified. (Photos: Penafrancia Basilica Minore)

Penafrancia Basilica Minore Stations of the Cross or Via Crucis

Penafrancia Basilica Minore Stations of the Cross or Via Crucis

Penafrancia Basilica Minore Stations of the Cross or Via Crucis
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Father stabs son in Magarao

MAGARAO, CAMARINES SUR—A misunderstanding led a man to stab his own son last night at around 7 PM at Barangay Sto. Tomas in this town.

The victim, 24-year-old Ronel Delos Santos y Nolasco, punched his father’s face while the two were engaged in a heated argument, the report said.  Meanwhile, the father, 58-year-old Romeo Delos Santos y Crescini, retaliated by stabbing  his son’s right chest with a kitchen knife.

The suspect was apprehended by responding elements of Philippine National Police (PNP) Magarao. The victim, for his part, was rushed to Bicol Medical Treatment in Naga City, the report added.

As of press time, a complaint against the suspect is now being prepared by the Magarao Municipal Police Station.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Lalaking nakainom, nalamos

PAMPLONA, CSUR--Tinamaan nin trahedia an excursion kan sarong familia sa banwaan na ini kan malamos an sarong persona na kaibanan na pag-oro-orogma


Alas 12:30 nin hapon kan fecha 8 nag-abot an grupo sa Villa Amador Beach Resort sa Barangay Balogo sa banwaan na ini, sinabi sa report.

Alagad, mantang nag-iiri-iristoryahan an mga miembros kan familia, nalamos an saindang kaibanan na si Victor Delos Santos y Espiritu, 40, paraoma, asin taga-Zone 3, Brgy. San Gabriel sa banwaan na ini.

Pigprobaran pa man na darahon kan miembros kan Public Safety Office an victima sa Bicol Medical Center sa Ciudad nin Naga sa paglaom na ini maisalbar pa. Alagad, an victima ipigdeclarar nang dead on arrival kan doctor.

Inako man kan agom kan victima na nakainom si Delos Santos kan mangyari an insidente.--BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Track to tragedy? CCW blasts PNR for ‘inferior’ wood railroad ties

NAGA CITY—Anti-crime watchdog Citizens Crime Watch (CCW) Bicol Chapter blasted the Philippine National Railway (PNR) for allegedly importing inferior wooden railroad ties that may lead to accidents in the Bicol Express Route.
DISASTER-IN-WAITING? A Citizens Crime Watch field investigator inspects the wood ties used by the Philippine News Railways for the Bicol Express route. Allegedly, the wood ties easily give in when prodded by a screw driver. Said organization claims that the wood ties are substandard and may cause future accidents.
(Photo: Citizens Crime Watch)
In a complaint filed before the Office of the Ombudsman, CCW-Bicol named the following persons as liable for the transaction: former General Manager Mr. Junio M. Ragragio; Officer-In-Charge Controllership Division Ms. Jane R. Balong-angey; Manager, Budget and Cash Division Mr. Rosendo C. Calleja; Officer-In-Charge, Safety and Maintenance Division (Area 1) Mr. Edwin Q. Balong-angey; Chairman, BAC Mr. Estelito A. Nierva; Engr. Ruben A. Besmonte; Atty. Neofito C. Perilla; Mr. Abdul Aziz M. Pangandaman; Engr. Divina Gracia D. Dantes; Engr. Cesar L. Bocanog and Engr. Marlo D. Arias.

CCW Secretary General Carlo Batalla explained that instead of yakal hardwood, the agency opted to purchase larch, a softer type of lumber. Already, Batalla said, the budget was already disapproved in the notice of disallowance. This, Batalla said, puts in danger the lives of the passengers of the Bicol Express train. 

Batalla emphasized that before the wood ties were imported, there was already a notice of disallowance in audit, “because the procurement procedure, processing of payments for the procured items, including the use of goods were found irregular, deviating from established rules and procedures on procurement,” the notice said.

PNR engineering department head Jaime Del Rosario, however, averred that the railroad tracks are stable.

For his part, PNR Bicol manager Constancio Toledano said that that that bolts and springs, along with other forms of technical preparation, will be used with the wood ties to ensure the safety of the passengers.

To allay fears, the PNR even hired a foreign engineering team to inspect the tracks, Toledano added.
It will be recalled that the Bicol Express train stopped its operation in November 2006 because typhoon Reming battered the railroad tracks.

An attempt to resume operation was revived in November 2012. However, another typhoon rendered the tracks once again usafe for use.

Toledano clarified that it is still unknown when the Bicol Express will resume operation, as the preparation and inspection processes are still underway.

Meanwhile, as of press time, Batalla announced on his Facebook page that CCW conferred with the new management of the PNR yesterday.

During the meeting, it was revealed that the Naga City to Legazpi City train will resume its operation in September, in time for the Peñafrancia fiesta. 

Furthermore, the wooden ties that the CCW questioned will be replaced by a harder type of wood such as yakal, which was supposedly originally part of the contract. The replacement will be done prior to the resumption of the operation in September. 

Lastly, the two parties reached an agreement to cooperate with each other in prosecuting those who are liable in the aforementioned transaction.

Batalla vowed: “The CCW would like to assure our fellow Bicolanos, especially those living in the railroad towns, that we will be monitoring this case with the utmost intensity.”—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Lalaking nakikiinuman binadil, gadan

LIBMANAN, CAMARINES SUR—Sa dai pa maaraman na rason, sarong lalake an bigla na sanang binadil sa hampangan kan saiyang mga kainuman.

Libmanan
An biktima binistong si Renato Hernandez y Junio, 39 anyos, soltero, asin sarong paraoma.

Nangyari an insidente poco mas o menos alas 7 subanggi sa sarong sari-sari store sa Sitio Bagaba, Brgy. Bahay sa banwaan na ini.

Sa imbestigasyon kan mga pulis, mientrasnagkakaorogmahan si Hernandez asin an saiyang mga amigo, may nagdulok sainda nin dai midbid na lalaki.

Nagbulnot ini nin badil asin pirang beses na pinaputukan an biktima. Tulos na nagadan sa nagkapirang tama nin badil an biktima.

Dali-daling nagdulag an sospechado pagkatapos kan insidente.

Segun pa sa Police Report, nagpaputok pa suboot nin 3ng beses an nagpabadil sa biktima, 200 metros an rayo sa pinangyarihan kan insidente.

Apat na gamit nang catridge cases hali sa kalibre .45 na badil an nakua sa lugar na pinangyarihan kan insidente.

An hawak kan biktima pina-atopsiya na.

Sarong hot pursuit operation an piglansar kan PNP Libmanan tanganing madakop an sospechado.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Doctor na sinahotan nin panlulupig, dakop

CARAMOAN, CSUR—Nahulog na sa kamot kan mga awtoridad an pigcoconsiderar na saro sa mga “most wanted persons” sa provincia nin Palawan sa ginibong operasyon kan pinagsararong fuerza kan Philippine National Police.
Caramoan, Camarines Sur
Si Dr. Ricardo Adalid y Javier, an resident doctor kan Caramoan Municipal Hospital, dinakop na kasoodma sa bisa kan mandamiento de aresto na ipinaluwas ni RTC Judge  Jose Bayani J. Usman kan Ciudad kan Puerto Princesa.

Dinakop an suspechado sa barangay Tawog, sa banwaan na ini.

Si Adalid, nag-aatubang nin casong 3 counts nin rape, sa paglapas nin Art. 266-A sa lindong RA 7610.
Susug sa mga nag-arestar na mga awtoridad, an caso ni Adalalid mayong piansa.

An mga miembros kan pinagsarong grupo na nagdakop sa suspechado hale pa sa CIDT Palawan, CIDT Camarines Sur, asin kairiba man an mga miembros kan San Jose Municipal Police Station sa banwan kan San Jose.

Mientrastanto, sa entrevista ki Police Sr. Inspector Chester Pabuayan Pomar, an hefe kan pulis digdi, saiyang sinabi na si an suspechadong doctor iyo an ika-20 sa pinaghahanap na persona sa provincial kan Palawan na may casong panlulupig.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM


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Prutasan inarado; 2 gadan, 1 irido

PAMPLONA, CAMARINES SUR—Makatiritriste an inabot kan sarong familia pakatapos araduhon nin sarong pick-up truck an saindang tindahan sa gilid kan Maharlika Highway, Sitio San Vicente, Barangay San Gabriel, Pamplona, Camarines Sur amay subagong aga.

Segun sa report, an insidente nangyari poco mas o menos alas-3:50 nin maumahagon kasubago. Sa Sinabi sa pagsiyasat na nagmamaneho an driver haleng Manila, kan bigla na sanang nawaran nin kontrol kan saiyang awto pag-abot sa kurbadang parte kan Maharlika Highway. Ini naging causa tanganing banggaon kan vehiculo an tindahan asin maguyod an mga bantay kaini.

Huli kaini, tulos binawian nin buhay an mag-agom na paratinda na parehong hararom an turog kan mangyari an insidente.

Binisto ni Police Senior Inspector Samuel Año Alforte, acting chief of police kan Pamplona, an mga biktima na sinda Abraham Sta. Rosa y Agustin asin Librada Sta. Rosa y Delos Santos, parehong 72 anyos asin mga residente kan nasambit na sitio.

Irido man an makuapo kan duwa na si Christian Sta. Rosa y de los Reyes, 22, may agom. Siya dinalagan sa Bicol Medical Hospital sa Ciudad nin Naga sa tabang kan mga nagrespondeng pulis.

Dugang pa sa report, an driver kan nakadisgrasyang Nissan Frontier na may plate number FFY-824 iyo si Jay Buenavente y Irasga na residente kan Tigaon, Camarines Sur.

Boluntaryo man ining nagsuko sa mga awtoridad.

Sa oras na ini, sarong reklamo nin reckless imprudence resulting in multiple homicide and physical injuries an pigpepreparar kan pulisya kontra sa suspechado.

Mientrastanto, inako ni Alfonte na peligroso sa mga motorista an mga tindahan sa gilid kan highway.

Dinagdag pa niya na sa katunayan, nakipagulay na an Department of Public Works and Highways kan Marso 25 sa mga maysadiri kan mga tindahan tanganing tawan sinda nin patanid manungod kan saindang ilegal na pagtener sa gilid kan highway.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Bicol grabs 7 medals in PRISAA 2014

NAGA CITY—The Bicol Region contingent has garnered 7 medals in the 2014 Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) National Games in Tagum City, Davao del Norte, according to the latest report received by BICOL STANDARD.

PRISAA
PRISAA
Among these are 4 gold medals and three silvers.

Leading the games is Region VI, which has 29 medals: 6 golds, 10 silvers, and 13 bronzes.

Meanwhile, Region IV-A has 28 medals: 10 golds, 7 silvers, and 11 bronzes.

Region VII has 17 medals, with 11 golds, 5 silvers and 1 bronze.

Right behind Bicol is CAR with 6 medals, with 1 gold, 3 silvers, and 2 bronzes; while Region XII has 3 medals, 1 gold and 2 silvers.

The PRISAA is an annual sports competition where the country's top student-athletes slug it out in 18 events.

Among these events are baseball, basketball, beach volleyball, football, sepak takraw, softball and volleyball, athletics, badminton, boxing, chess, dance sports, judo, karatedo, lawn tennis, swimming, table tennis and taekwondo.


Previously, only college students competed in the PRISAA. However, this year, competitions for secondary students were opened.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

University of Nueva Caceres PRISAA 2014 training
Bicol Standard File Photo by Oscar Esmenda
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2 Bicolanos bag top awards in Araw ng Kagitingan Nat'l Essay Tilt

Two Bicolanos garnered the top prizes in the Araw ng Kagitingan National Essay Writing Competition during Philippine Veterans Week.

Fall of Bataan
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Carlo R. Naynes from Ligao National High School of Ligao City Division won first place.

Meanwhile, Karl Christian L. Reario from Perpetual Help National High School in Iriga placed second.

Third place went to Adonis E. Lopez from Cristo Rey High School in Tarlac.

The contest, which was held in Bataan, was in conjunction with the celebration of the 72nd Araw ng Kagitingan today. Each winner received a plaque of recognition and a medal.


This is the fourth year that the Araw ng Kagitingan National Essay Writing Competition is conducted.

Araw ng Kagitingan is celebrated every year on April 9 pursuant to Executive Order No. 203, s. 1987. Meanwhile, Philippine Veterans Week is held on April 5-11 per Presidential Proclamation No. 466, s. 1989.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Oldest living Philippine veteran is 106 years old

Engineer Fernando "Panding" Perez Javier is said to be the Philippines' oldest living veteran. He is 106.

Engr. Javier was enlisted in the "A" Company, 4th Engineering Battalion, Philippine Army based inPuerto Princesa, Palawan even before the outbreak of World War 2. He served his unit as the Commanding Officer.

He also served as Construction Officer of the United States Armed Forces in the Far East (USAFFE) during World War 2. He was among those who were forced to surrender on 09 April 1942 -historically described as the "day that will live in infamy."

Engineer Fernando "Panding" Perez Javier
Photo: PIA
Along with the thousands of his American and Filipino comrades, he was forced to trek the infamous Death March from Mariveles, Bataan - a tortuous march to their impending suffering and death.

With God's protection, hesurvived his ordeal as a Prisoner-of-War (POW) at the former Camp O'Donnell, aUS Army base in Capas, Tarlac that was turned into one of the largest concentration camps of the Japanese that eventually became an interment ground for the American and Filipino soldiers.

After the war, he continued serving his motherland in his capacity as a public engineer until his retirement.

His spouse, Lourdes, died on 30 December 1968. He had three children - Fernando Jr., a chemist; and Andrew, aformer newscaster, who are both based in the USA; and Lorna who is taking careof him. He has seven (7) sons.

Engr. Javier was visited by the staff of Philippine Veterans Affairs Office from the Strategic Communications Section and PVAO-CAR on 16 February 2014 in his residence at Camdas Subdivision, Baguio City. (Department of National Defense, Philippine Veterans Affairs Office)

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Vigil for Pope John Paul II to be held in Naga City

The John Paul II Formators of the Caceres Youth Ministry (CYCM), under the charge of Rev. Fr. Emil K. Llagas as director, will hold a prayer vigil at the Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Peñafrancia grounds from 5:00 in the afternoon on April 27, 2014 to 5:00 in the morning of April 28, 2014.

Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II
Photo: SAAParish
The invitation has been relayed to parish vicars and deacons, head of schools, institutions, organizations, parish youth or campus ministry. Rev. Fr. Llagas said.

The ministry is inviting everyone, especially the youth of Caceres on this grace-filled event.

For further details and concerns, the following mobile numbers may be contacted: CYCM Smart – 09288973753 / Globe – 09164356261.

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Rep. Dato pushes for computerized health records of Filipinos

Representatives Diosdado Macapagal Arroyo (2nd District, Camarines Sur) and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (2nd District, Pampanga) have passed a bill which seeks to establish the Electronic Medical Records Center under the Department of Health (DOH).

Congressman Dato Arroyo, 2nd District, Camarines Sur
Congressman Dato Arroyo, 2nd District, Camarines Sur
Under House Bill 2805, said center shall serve as a hub of all databanks of medical records and other pertinent information significant to the patient’s history.

Dato Arroyo said that the records center should generate specialized software to be distributed and used as the standard platform for the maintenance, updating, uploading and making available electronic medical records.

"The bill will provide easy access to our own medical records electronically over the Internet to save time, money and effort and obtaining vital medical information especially in emergency cases which can help avoid unnecessary loss of lives," Arroyo said.

Under the bill, all medical records, electronic communications and transactions electronic medical records system shall use the existing 128-bit encryption or higher form of "Secure Socket Layer" technology, which may be devised in the future.

The medical service providers shall create and maintain electronic medical records, which shall be electronically uploaded on a regular basis.

Likewise, the medical service providers shall maintain hard copies of the electronic records to be printed and stored as back-up records.

Aside from keeping records, the electronic medical records facilities shall provide for an electronic facility where the patients and medical service providers can communicate on-line either in real time or off-line.

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Mr. & Ms. Rodeo Masbateño 2014 named

This year's Mr. & Ms. Rodeo Masbateño have been crowned. They are Joshua Rommel R. Ramirez and Sally Mystica T. Marasigan.

Mr. & Ms. Rodeo Masbateño Joshua Rommel R. Ramirez and Sally Mystica T. Marasigan
Photos: Mr. & Ms. Rodeo Masbateño 2014
17-year-old Ramirez stands at 5'11" while 18-year-old Marasigan is 5'8" high.

Ramirez and Marasigan bested 13 aspirants each in their respective categories.

The contestants for this year's pageant were required to be between the ages of 16 to 23, has roots in Masbate or a representative of any local government unit or non-government organization of the island province.

Mr. & Ms. Rodeo Masbateño is part of the numerous activities for the 2014 Rodeo Masbateño festival, a province-wide celebration of the ranch culture and ranch-based products in Masbate.BICOLSTANDARD.COM


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Fiesta shooting incident sends 2 to hospital

Two men were injured after a shooting incident last April 6 at Brgy. Armenia, Uson, Masbate.
Uson, Masbate
Uson, Masbate
The victims of the shooting, Jerome Garcia y Catarining, 27 years old, and Glenn Viñas Jr y Arididoh, 20, are both factory workers and residents of Brgy Kinamaligan, Masbate City.

At 12:22 a.m., during a fiesta celebration, the 20-year-old suspect Jerry Laurio y Garcia, along with five unidentified men arrived and had a bitter argument with the victims.

Suddenly, the suspect pulled out a caliber .22 pen gun and shot the victims at the back.

The suspect was arrested and brought to Uson Municipal Police Station.

Meanwhile, the victims are undergoing medical treatment at Masbate Provincial Hospital.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Drug lab in Masbate busted

LEGAZPI CITY—Three persons who have allegedly violated Republic Act (R.A.) 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 were collared by joint elements of the Philippine National Police (PNP) at Barangay Tinago, Aroroy, Masbate.
Metamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu
Substance in a plastic sachet suspected to be Metamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu
Stock photo by Oscar Esmenda/Bicol Standard
By virtue of a search warrant issued by Judge Manuel L. Sese of RT Branch 45, William Ong, Tony Locsin, and Benjamin Lalaguna were brought to the PNP headquarters for questioning regarding paraphernalia which are believed to be used in the manufacture of drugs.

The suspects, the reports say, are using an Atlanta Mines Enterprises through Landwealth Mines warehouse for controlled precursors and essential chemicals (CPECS) as well as a clandestine laboratory. This, say authorities, is a clear violation of the R.A. 9165.

The search was conducted in the presence of the respondent and witnesses Jener E. Magbujos Jr. and Media Representative Roberto A. Española, Barangay Chairman Zaldy M. Dela Cruz, and Barangay Kagawad Emerson Danao.

At least 95 items were listed by apprehending officers as part of the evidence that the joint team confiscated during the search. These include:
  1. One (1) amber bottle with white cap labelled as UNIVAR Potassium Permanganate containing unknown solid substance marked as CGB-A-1  4.5.14
  2. Two (2) white plastic bottles with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Sodium Metabisulphate Purified containing white powder substance marked as CGB-A-2.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-2.2  4.5.14
  3. Two (2) plastic bottles with blue cap labelled as Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-3.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-3.2  4.5.14
  4. One (1) white plastic bottle with black cap labelled as MERCK Sodium Disulfite containing white powder substance marked as CGB-A-4  4.5.14
  5. One (1) white plastic bottle with black cap labelled as MERCK Sodium Hydroxide containing white pellets marked as CGB-A-5  4.5.14
  6. One (1) white plastic bottle with red cap labelled as BODI Sodium Carbonate, Anhydrous containing white powder substance CGB-A-6  4.5.14
  7. One (1) sealed white plastic bottle with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Sodium Carbonate, Anhydrous marked as CGB-A-7  4.5.14
  8. Two (2) plastic bottles with black cap labelled as MERCK Potassium Nitrate containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-8.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-8.2  4.5.14
  9. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as SCHARLAU Copper (II) Sulfate Pentahydrate containing blue crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-9  4.5.14
  10. One (1) white plastic bottle with blue cap labelled as Starch Soluble containing white powder substance CGB-A-10  4.5.14
  11. One (1) white plastic bottle with blue cap labelled as KERMEL Sodium Chloride containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-11 4.5.14
  12. One (1) empty white plastic bottle with black cap labelled as MERCK Lead (II) Nitrate marked as CGB-A-12  4.5.14
  13. Two (2) 500 ml Beakers labelled as Pyrex marked as CGB-A-13.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-13.2  4.5.14
  14. Six (6) 400ml Beakers labelled as Pyrex marked as CGB-A-14.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-14.6  4.5.14
  15. Nine (9) 250 ml Erlenmeyer Flasks labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-15.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-15.9  4.5.14
  16. Six (6) 100 ml Erlenmeyer Flasks labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-16.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-16.6  4.5.14
  17. Three (3) 50 ml Conical Flasks labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-17.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-17.3 4.5.14
  18. Three (3) glass funnels marked as CGB-A-18.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-18.3  4.5.14
  19. One (1) 25 ml Conical Flask labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-19   4.5.14
  20. One (1) 100 ml graduated cylinder labelled as MC marked as CGB-A-20 4.5.14
  21. Two (2) 500 ml Graduated Cylinders labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-21.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-21.2 4.5.14
  22. One (1) amber bottle labelled as 6N-NH4OH with dropper containing liquid substance marked as CGB-A-22  4.5.14
  23. Two (2) amber bottles labelled as AgNO3 with dropper containing liquid substance marked as CGB-A-23.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-23.2  4.5.14
  24. One (1) black plastic bottle with black cap labelled as Silver Nitrate containing liquid substance marked as CGB-A-24   4.5.14
  25. Thirteen (13) white plastic bottles labelled as Ammonium Hydrogen Difluoride containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-25.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-25.13  4.5.14
  26. Four (4) white plastic bottles with white crystalline substance labelled as Ethylenediamine Tetraacetic Acid Disodium Salt containing white powder substance marked as CGB-A-26.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-26.4  4.5.14
  27. Two (2) plastic bags labelled as Charcoal active powder containing black powder substance marked as CGB-A-27.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-27.2  4.5.14
  28. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as Potassium Dichromate containing orange crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-28  4.5.14
  29. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as Potassium Thiocyanate containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-29  4.5.14
  30. One (1) plastic bottle with black cap labelled as Iodine containing black solid substance marked as CGB-A-30  4.5.14
  31. One (1) blue toploading balance with 10 kg capacity marked as CGB-A-31  4.5.14
  32. Fifteen (15) sealed black plastic bottles with black cap labelled as Sodium Thiosulfate Pentahydrate containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-32.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-32.15 4.5.14
  33. One (1) black plastic bottle with black cap with no label containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-33 4.5.14
  34. Five (5) sealed black plastic bottles with black cap labelled as Potassium Iodide containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-34.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-34.5 4.5.14
  35. One (1) black plastic bottle with black cap labelled as Silver Nitrate containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-35 4.5.14
  36. Two (2) white plastic bottles with white cap labelled as Kermel Diphenylamine-4-Sulfuric acid sodium salt containing grayish powdery substance marked as CGB-A-36.1  4.5.14 and CGB-A-36.2  4.5.14
  37. Two (2) white plastic bottles labelled as Kermel N-Phenylanthranilic acid containing grayish powdery substance marked as CGB-A-37.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-37.2 4.5.14
  38. Two (2) small white plastic bottles with white cap labelled as Xylenol orange containing black powdery substance marked as CGB-A-38.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-38.2 4.5.14
  39. Two (2) amber bottle with black cap containing white crystalline substance marked as CGB-A-39.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-39.2  4.5.14
  40. Eight (8) 2.5L amber bottles with black cap labelled as Hydrochloric acid fuming 37% containing liquid substance marked as CGB-A-40.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-40.8 4.5.14
  41. One (1) 2.5L amber bottle with black cap labelled as Hydrochloric acid fuming 37% containing liquid substance marked as CGB-A-41  4.5.14
  42. Three (3) 2.5L amber bottles labelled as Nitric acid containing liquid substance marked as CGB-A-42.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-42.3 4.5.14
  43. One (1) top loading balance labelled as Tanita marked as CGB-A-43 4.5.14
  44. One (1) 250 ml Beaker labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-44  4.5.14
  45. Two (2) 100 ml Beakers labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-45.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-45.2  4.5.14
  46. One (1) 100 ml Volumetric flask labelled as Bomex with markings CGB-A-46  4.5.14
  47. Five (5) 200 ml Volumetric flasks labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-47.1 4.5.14 to CGB-A-47.5  4.5.14
  48. Twenty (20) small paper envelopes containing grayish solid substance marked as CGB-A-48.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-48.20  4.5.14
  49. One (1) yellow box marked as CGB-A-49 4.5.14 containing round filter papers
  50. One (1) green box marked as CGB-A-50 4.5.14 containing round filter papers
  51. Eight (8) green boxes collectively marked as CGB-A-51 4.5.14 containing round filter papers
  52. Seventeen (17) yellow boxes collectively marked as CGB-A-52  4.5.14 containing round filter papers
  53. Thirty (30) sheets of Filter papers collectively marked as CGB-A-53  4.5.14
  54. Two (2) hot plates marked as CGB-A-54.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-54.2  4.5.14
  55. One (1) 2.5L amber bottle labelled as MERCK Sulfuric acid 95-97% marked as CGB-A-55  4.5.14 containing liquid substance
  56. One (1) 2.5L amber bottle labelled as Chloroform marked as CGB-A-56  4.5.14 containing liquid substance
  57. One (1) Analytical Balance labelled as STP marked as CGB-A-57  4.5.14
  58. One (1) 500 ml amber-colored Volumetric flask labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-58  4.5.14
  59. One (1) 1000 ml Volumetric flask labelled as Bomex marked as CGB-A-59  4.5.14
  60. One (1) 1L capacity amber-colored Volumetric flask labelled as 13 marked as CGB-A-60 4.5.14 containing clear liquid substance
  61. One (1) 1L capacity amber-colored Volumetric flask labelled as 12 MUVE marked as CGB-A-61  4.5.14 containing clear liquid substance
  62. Five (5) brown paper envelopes marked as CGB-A-62.1  4.5.14 to CGB-A-62.5  4.5.14 containing grayish powdery substance
  63. One (1) 2.5L amber bottle with black cap labelled as Ammonia solution marked as CGB-A-63  4.5.14 containing liquid substance
  64. Four (4) 2.5L amber bottles with black cap labelled as Acetic acid marked as CGB-64 4.5.14 containing liquid substance
  65. One (1) knot-tied transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-65 4.5.14 containing white powdery substance
  66. One (1) knot-tied transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-66 4.5.14 containing white crystalline substance
  67. One (1) knot-tied transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-67 4.5.14 containing orange powdery substance
  68. One (1) knot-tied transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-68 4.5.14 containing white powder substance
  69. One (1) knot-tied transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-69 4.5.14 containing white crystalline substance
  70. One (1) knot-tied transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-70 4.5.14 containing grayish powdery substance
  71. One (1) large self-sealing transparent plastic bag marked as CGB-A-71 4.5.14 containing black granular substance
  72. One (1) green pail labelled Orocan containing pinkish powdery substance marked as CGB-A-72 4.5.14
  73. One (1) green pail labelled Orocan containing pinkish powdery substance marked as CGB-A-73 4.5.14
  74. One (1) white and red sack labelled APO Portland Cement marked as CGB-B-1  4.5.14 containing white granular substance
  75. One (1) sealed white plastic bottle with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Sodium Oxalate, A.R. marked as CGB-B-2  4.5.14 containing solid substance
  76. One (1) white plastic bottle with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Mercuric Chloride, A.R. marked as CGB-B-3  4.5.14 containing white crystalline substance
  77. One (1) sealed white plastic bottle with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Potassium Hydrogen Sulphate marked as CGB-B-4  4.5.14 containing solid substance
  78. One (1) white bottle with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Barium Chloride Dihydrate, A.R. marked as CGB-B-5  4.5.14 containing white crystalline substance
  79. One (1) sealed white bottle with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Stannous Chloride marked as CGB-B-6  4.5.14 containing solid substance
  80. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as Sodium Sulfite marked as CGB-B-7  4.5.14 containing white crystalline substance
  81. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as Scharlau Sodium Chloride marked as CGB-B-8.1 4.5.14 containing white crystalline substance
  82. 81-2. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as Scharlau     Dimethylglyoxime marked as CGB-B-8.2 4.5.14
  83. Six (6) sealed white plastic bottles with blue cap labelled as HIMEDIA Sodium Metabisulphite, Purified marked as CGB-B-9.1 4.5.14 to CGB-B-9.6 4.5.14 containing solid substance
  84. One(1) white bottle with blue cap labelled as JPS Chemicals Potassium Chlorate marked as CGB-B-10 4.5.14 containing white substance
  85. One (1) white plastic bottle with white cap labelled as NI-CHLON Calcium Hypochlorite marked as CGB-B-11  4.5.14 containing white granular substance
  86. Two (2) black plastic bottles with black cap labelled as Hydrogen Peroxide marked as CGB-B-12.1  4.5.14 and CGB-B-12.2  4.5.14
  87. One (1) white plastic bottle with black cap labelled as MERCK Starch marked as CGB-B-13 4.5.14 containing white powdery substance
  88. Seven (7) 2.5L amber bottles with black cap labelled as Hydrochloric acid fuming 37% marked as CGB-B-14.1  4.5.14 to CGB-B-14.7  4.5.14 containing liquid substance
  89. Three (3) 2.5L amber bottles with black cap labelled MERCK Sulfuric Acid marked as CGB-B-15.1  4.5.14 to CGB-B-15.3  4.5.14 containing liquid substance
  90. Eight (8) white plastic bottles with blue cap labelled as Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous marked as CGB-B-16.1 4.5.14 to CGB-B-16.8 4.5.14 containing white substance
  91. One (1) 2.5L clear transparent bottle with black cap labelled as JT Baker Perchloric acid 69-72% marked as CGB-B-17  4.5.14 containing clear liquid substance
  92. One (1) white sack labelled as PVC Resin marked as CGB-B-18  4.5.14 containing white powdery substance
  93. Seventeen (17) white plastic bottles with blue cap labelled as Kermel Ammonium Acetate marked as CGB-B-19.1  4.5.14 to CGB-B-19.17  4.5.14 containing white powdery substance
  94. One (1) spool wire labelled as Speaker Wire 22/20 marked as CGB-B-20  4.5.14
  95. One (1) 6L transparent plastic container with green cap labelled aas Absolute marked as CGB-B-21  4.5.14 containing blue liquid substance;
  96. One (1) black plastic container marked as CGB-B-22  4.5.14 containing liquid substance
It will be recalled that last February, elements of the Philippine National Police inQuezon City confiscated boxes of drug manufacture chemicals, along with an electric burner, and pieces of charcoal. Said chemicals were loaded in a bus heading to the island province of Masbate.

It could not, however, be concluded whether the items confiscated last February were related to operation of the alleged drug manufacturing laboratory.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Monday, April 7, 2014

Bigayan slay suspect faces homicide

NAGA CITY— A complaint for homicide was filed this morning against Allen Bautista, the principal suspect in the death of Jessa Rose Bigayan.

Jessa Rose Bigayan
Jessa Rose Bigayan
Bautista is the driver of the tricyle which Bigayan boarded on March 30, 2014, while on her way to barangay Calauag. Bigayan either leapt or was pushed out of the vehicle, authorities say, although it it still unclear what happened inside the vehicle.

After sustaining multiple injuries, Bigayan died in the hospital three days later.

In an interview this morning, PO3 Victor Bino said that the result of their investigation was supported by at least three witnesses who corroborated the statements that led to the filing of the complaint.

Bino said that they will review the CCTV recording which could add more information about the death of Bigayan.

At present, the Office of the City Prosecutor has to determine whether there is probable cause which would warrant the filing of the information.

It will be recalled that this morning, Mayor John Bongat of this city informed Bigayan’s relatives that the City Government had conducted a thorough investigation on the matter.

Meanwhile, on social media, a clamor for justice stil reverberates, particularly among residents of Nabua, where Bigayan traces her roots.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Lalaki, tinaga, irido sa San Fernando, CSur

SAN FERNANDO, CAMARINES SUR—Limang taga sa manlaen-laen sa hita asin sa atubangan na parte kan lawas an sinapo kan sarong victima sa banwaan na ini bandang alas 9:10 kasubanggi.

Si Nolito Nollora y Veraña, an victima, 43 anyos an edad asin residente kan Zone 6 Brgy Beberon.

Sa report, sinabi na si Nollora pigsaksak kan suspechadong si Richard Factor y Marinay, 32, asin residente kan parehong barangay.

An victima tulos man na idinalagan sa Bicol Medical Center sa Ciudad nin Naga para matawan nin asistencia medical.

Mientrastanto, an suspechado nagsuko sa mga autoridad.

Sa presente, padagos pa an pagsiyasat sa naging causa kan iriwal.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Nursing Board Exam slated May 25-26

The Professional Regulation Commission has announced that the Nursing Board Exam next month is scheduled on May 25 to 26.

The examination will be administered in Manila, Zamboanga, Angeles, Cabanatuan, Dagupan, Laoag Bacolod and all regional offices.

For first-timers, the deadline for filing the requirements is on April 11. Meanwhile, for repeaters, the deadline was March 28.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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BIR Bicol eyes collecting almost 8B in taxes

LEGAZPI CITY—The Bureau of Internal Revenue aims to collect P7.87 billion of regional revenue from Bicol, said BIR Regional Director Esmeralda Tabule.

BIR
BIR
Said amount would be the region’s target as the nation aims to gather as much as P1.4 trillion in taxes this year.

Tabule earlier reminded taxpayers to beat the April 15 deadline to avoid incurring penalties and the inconvenience of the last-minute rush.

This year, Tabule said, BIR is promoting promote the Mobile Revenue Collection Officers System, in which taxpayers may pay at accredited agent banks, or via the online-based electronic filing and payment system (eFPS).

Among the accredited agent banks are Bank of Commerce, Bank of Philippine Islands, China Banking Corporation, Development Bank of the Philippines, Land Bank of the Philippines, Metrobank, Philippine National Bank, Philippine Veterans Bank, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation, Unionbank, and United Coconut Planters Bank.

BIR is also harnessing the power of social media, websites such as www.knowyourtaxes.ph, print, outdoor, radio and television advertisements to inform the public on the registration, filing, and payment processes.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Charges in Jessa Rose Bigayan case to be filed today—Bongat

NAGA CITY—Mayor John Bongat of the City of Naga assured the family, friends, and sympathizers of Jessa Rose Bigayan over the weekend that the appropriate charges will be filed today against the perpetrator of the crime.

Mayor John Bongat joins the call for justice for Jessa Rose Bigayan
Photo from Mayor Bongat's FB account
Here is his full statement on the matter:
On behalf of the City Government of Naga, I, in my personal capacity and in my official capacity as Mayor, sincerely express our deepest sorrow and condolences to the family of the late Jessa Rose Bigayan of Calauag, Naga City and Nabua, Camarines Sur.
On the night of March 30, 2014, while on her way home to Calauag, Jessa’s body was found with serious injuries. She died in the hospital three days later.
We condemn this brutal and senseless assault on an innocent, young woman, whose life was unnecessarily wasted.
We wish to assure everyone, especially Jessa’s family, whom I immediately visited upon arrival this morning in Naga from Singapore via Manila, that the City Government of Naga and the national government agency leading the investigation, the Naga City Police Office, with the help of our concerned local agency, the Public Safety Office, are doing everything to solve the case at the quickest time possible so that justice may be given to the victim and her bereaved family.
While in Singapore on Official Business at the time of the incident, I consistently and continuously monitored the progress of the case. Since day one and while I was away, I have been coordinating regularly with Vice Mayor Nelson Legacion, the Acting Mayor in my absence, also with PSO Executive Officer Lito Del Rosario and the police, as well as with City Administrator Jun Mongoso.
I gave specific instructions to them to expedite the ongoing investigation and provide all assistance possible and within our means to the grieving family. I instructed them to refrain from making any irresponsible public pronouncements regarding the case until my arrival in Naga today, to avert any confusion as to the progress of the case and in deference to the members of Jessa’s family who, understandably, are still in a state of shock and disbelief.
All their efforts yielded positive results and the long wait is over. A suspect has been identified and pinpointed.
Upon my arrival in Naga, I personally went to the scene of the crime together with Jessa’s elder brother, Jonas, Mr. Lito Del Rosario and the investigators on case (SPO1 Rodell Llamado and PO3 Victor Bino) and accompanied them to Prosecutor Obette Francia before whom the sworn criminal complaint for homicide and supporting statements were subscribed, after discussing the evidence gathered and the merits of the case, as shown in the posted photos below.
From the scene of the crime, I also went to see Jessa’s mother, tia Rosybel Salvino Bigayan, at Jessa’s wake to personally console her and convey my condolences and assure her and her family of the city's assistance and that the investigating team has judiciously collated evidence to build up an airtight case against the suspect. More witnesses have come forward to help in the speedy resolution of the case.
Rest assured that appropriate charges will be filed first thing in the morning on Monday, April 7th.
The city government and the police will not take a minute of rest until justice is done to Jessa’s senseless death.
As we in the City Government and the people of Naga condemn it in the highest terms, we will not stop until we find justice for Jessa, with your support.
We offer our prayers for the eternal repose of Jessa’s soul. We join you in crying “justice for Jessa!”
JOHN G. BONGAT 
Earlier, a group of around 13,321 sympathizers with ties in Nabua, Camarines Sur urged the local government, the Naga City Police Office, the management of SM Naga, and other concerned citizens, to take immediate action on the issue.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Justice for Jessa Rose Bigayan movement
Justice for Jessa Rose Bigayan movement
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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Palyadong planong paghugot, nagcausa nin brownout

LIBMANAN, CSUR—Sarong ina an nagprobar na maghugot por medio kan paglukso hale sa bubong an binubulong ngonian kan dai magtrayumpo an saiyang plano.

Libmanan, Camarines Sur
An ina, 27 anyos, residente kan nasambit na barangay, mayong agom asin trabaho, nagtagbang hale sa bubong kan Poblacion Covered Court sa Barangay Poblacion sa banwaan na ini.

Sinabi sa report na kan siya magprobar na maglukso, suminabit an saiyang hawak sa cable nin kuryente kan Casureco I, rason kun tano sa halipot na panahon, nagkaigwa nin brownout sa nasambit na lugar.

Naglitong-litong pa suboot an saiyang lawas hasta magtama sa bubong kan sarong tindahan.

Sa presente, irido an babae asin pigtatawan nin asistencia medical sa Libmanan District Hospital.

Padagos pa man an pagsiyasat kan mga pulis sa nangyaring insidente.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Isipon Osipon: An box jellyfish

Kan sarong semana, na-ukag an bilog na nasyon kan ipaheling sa tv an bareta manongod sa artistang si Anne Curtis.
Anne Curtis, box jellyfish
Mermaid vs. jellyfish?
Wala: Si Anne Curtis matapos madisgracia kan box jellyfish (Kua kan ABS-CBN News)
Too: An box jellyfish, saro sa mga pinakapeligrosong klase nin salabay sa enterong kinaban (Retrato kan Wikimedia Commons)


Siya dikit daang magadan kan masabodan kan gamat kan box jellyfish, sarong klaseng salabay na marara kun ika masapotan kan gamat kaini.

An nakadisgracia sa artista, saro sa nagkapirang clase nin salabay na peligrosong maray.

Naaapektaran kan “rara” sa saiyang “nematocyst” an nervous system kan tawo.

Kun grabe an “sapot” kan mararang gamat sa lawas kan tawo, pwede ining magcausa nin kagadanan.

Pero, aram daw po nindo na bakong gabos na salabay may “rara?”

Igwa walong claseng salabay na pwedeng kakanon nin tawo.

An grupong ini yaon sa lindong kan Order Rhizostomaeae, sa lindong kan Phylum Cnidaria.

An mga salabay na yaon sa Order Rhizostomaeae paboritong kakanon, asin considerado pa nganing delicacy sa ibang nasyones kan kinaban.

Sa China asin sa Japan paboritong maray an panira an salabay.

Mahalon an presyo sa kada luwag kaini sa mga pili na mga restaurant.

Ngonian, luway-luway na man nagiging popular sa America an inaapod siring na kakanon.

An pagkakan nin salabay bilang delicacy sa China nagpoon 1,700 nang taon an nakaagi.

An pinaalang sa asin na salabay saro na ngonian na importanteng export product kan Pilipinas, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore asin Myanmar.

An mga parabakal kan pinaaalang na salabay, pig clasificar an mga ini sa walong clase: (1) Red Type o China Type; (2) White type; (3) Sand Type; (4) River Type (5) Cilacap Type, (6) Prigi Type (7) Semi China type asin (8) Ball type.

Mientrastanto, sa Pilipinas, an mga lugar na dakul an salabay hale sa dagat kan San Miguel Bay.

An lugar kan San Miguel Bay iyo an dagat sa may Calabanga, Tinambac, Siruma, Garchitorena, Cabusao, sa Camarines Sur, abot pa duman sa Mercedes, Camarines Norte. 

San Miguel Bay
Igwa man nin abundang managom na salabay sa Carigara Bay asin sa Malampaya area.

Igwa man kaini sa ibang dagat kan kinaban.

Afuera kan China, nakikaribal na ngonian an Japan sa pag-importar kan pambihirang producto.

Afuera kan masiram asin managom, an linutong salabay pampabaskog pa daa sa pagkalalaki kan sarong tawo. Orog pa ining paborito kan mga lalaki na nagkaka-edad na sa China asin sa Japan.

Carculadong 10 mil toneladas nin salabay an binabakal kan Japan taon-taon.

An kantidad kaini $25.5 milyones.

An salabay minapoon mag dakul poon bulan na Nobyembre – hasta bulan na Mayo o Junio, taon taon.

Sa mga mahilig mag-outing sa dagat ngonian na bakasyon, probaran man nindo na mag balon nin masiram na “lutong salabay” hale sa saindong paboritong Chinese restaurant sa Naga.

Probaran nindo an lutong jelly fish with century egg.

Sa masunod niamong paghatod nin bareta, aramon ta man an mapadapit sa sea urchin o tayong.

Saro pa ini sa mga nag dadara nin pagkatakot, paghadit asin peligro sa mga mahilig mag langoy-langoy sa dagat.

Pero, pa-enot na informasyon, sa Japan, asin sa mga isla kan Visayas, aram daw nindo na paborito nindang kakanon an hilaw na “gonad” kan tayong? An kaipohan na pantimpla: tawyo asin tagok nin limonsito.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM


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200K+ examinees take Civil Service Exams today

Fifty-two schools designated as testing centers nationwide will administer the Civil Service examinations today.

86.49 percent or 171,684 will take the Professional level while the rest will take the Subprofessional level.

The Career Service Examination is a general ability test which covers the following subject areas: vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, analogy, logic, and numerical reasoning for the Professional level.

On the other hand, the Subprofessional level covers vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, numerical reasoning, spelling, and clerical operations.

Both levels have general information questions on the Philippine Constitution, the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (Republic Act No. 6713), peace and human rights issues and concepts, and environment management and protection.

The Professional level is three hours and 10 minutes long with 170 items, while the Subprofessional level lasts two hours and 30 minutes with 165 items.

Examinees need to obtain a rating of 80 percent to pass the exams.

Eligible to enter the civil service

Passers of the Career Service Examinations will be conferred an eligibility needed for permanent appointment in government positions.

The civil service eligibility, however, does not apply to positions that involve practice of profession or are covered by special laws.

The second written Career Service Examination for the year is scheduled on Oct. 26. Application will be from April 7 to Sept. 11 at any CSC Regional or Field Office.

Qualification, application requirements, and other related information about the civil service exams are posted on the CSC website. (CSC)

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Jessa Rose Bigayan sympathizers cry for justice

A clamor for justice to be served for the perpetrators of the alleged killing of Jessa Rose Bigayan earlier this week has reached social media.

Justice for Jessa Rose Bigayan
Justice for Jessa Rose Bigayan
BICOL STANDARD received this open letter addressed to the mayor of Naga City, the Naga City Police, SM Naga, and other concerned citizens.

We are publishing the letter in full.

OPEN LETTER TO NAGA CITY MAYOR,THE NAGA CITY POLICE AND SM NAGA FROM CONCERNED FILIPINOS ABOUT THE SENSELESS CRIME THAT HAPPENED IN NAGA CITY RECENTLY AGAINST JESSA ROSE BIGAYAN OF NABUA, CAMARINES SUR
A community of Filipinos all over the world all with ties at Nabua, Camarines Sur, led by an organized group called TNIK with membership of 13, 321 as of April 2, 2014, issued the following open letter,Thursday, April 3, 2014:
We cannot begin to imagine the continued pain and suffering endured by Jessa Rose Bigayan's family and friends. We stand in solidarity with them as they continue to fight for justice, civil rights and closure. And we will thank everyone who are pushing and will continue to push for justice.
Jessa Rose Bigayan deserves justice and her civil rights. We support the very few individuals who are urging the local government of Naga and the Chief of Police to explore every possible option to ensure that justice is served for Jessa Rose and that her civil rights are honored and respected. But our work does not end there: we will honor Jessa Rose by strengthening our commitment to stopping violence against women, hatred, and violence across our communities.
We represent a community that has not been insulated from these as we have members who at some point in their lives and some have persisted today these kinds of cruelty, both here and abroad.
Every person must be able to walk the streets without fear for their safety, especially those hard working laborers who take up long hours and go home late like Jessa Rose who worked as an OIC at the SM Naga.
We call out SM Naga to consider doubly their care of their employees especially women who are victims of senseless acts related to their jobs. Honor your people SM Naga by providing them with safety measures especially the women when they go home late from work.
We call out the local police to hasten the investigation. Your vision until 2030 is “We shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safer place to live, work and do business.” Your mission is to “enforce the law, prevent and control crimes, maintain peace and order, and ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community.” You have our support: please continue to enforce.
We call out the LGU under the leadership of Mayor John Bongat. One of your objectives in DILG is “Sustain peace and order condition and ensure public safety.” This is a public safety issue that cuts across the rights of the poor and violence against women and the City’s peace and order situation. The whole of Bicol region looks up to Naga City as the center of a lot of things like public safety. Again, every person must be able to walk the streets without fear for their safety.
Justice delayed is justice denied and in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "a right delayed is a right denied." We honor Jessa Rose by seeking justice for all people.
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