Close to 2,000 supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo trooped to Plaza Rizal earlier this evening to attend a prayer rally versus cyberbullying.
Nagsayumang magsimbag sa mga kahapotan kan mga miembros kan lokal na media si Albay 3rd District Representative Fernando Gonzalez kun nata ta nagboto siyang pabor sa pag imponir liwat kan sentenciang kagadanan.
The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Camarines Sur has denied the second motion for an extension of time to file answer to the Administrative Complaint filed against him.
Makulit na iwal nin mag-agom huli sa kawaran nin bagas na pansapna an guinikanan tanganing maituklang kan lalaki an agom na babae na nagresulta para an huri bawian nin buhay.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Friday, April 3, 2015
FOR: TYPHOON “#ChedengPH”
TROPICAL CYCLONE: ALERT
ISSUED AT 11:00 PM, 02 APRIL 2015
(Valid for broadcast until the next bulletin to be issued at 11AM tomorrow)
TYPHOON ‘CHEDENG” HAS FURTHER WEAKENED AS IT CONTINUES TO MOVE OVER THE PHILIPPINE SEA
• Estimated rainfall amount is from moderate to heavy within the 150 – 200 km radius of the typhoon.
• Within the next 6 hours, PAGASA will possibly raise Public Storm Warning Signal #1 over the Bicol region. Hence, sea travel over the area will be possibly suspended.
• It is estimated to make landfall over eastern coast of Aurora-Isabela area by Sunday evening (April 5) , will exit the landmass via Ilocos Sur by Monday morning (April 6) and will exit PAR by Monday evening (April 6).
• The public is alerted against possible flashfloods over low-lying areas and landslides along mountain slopes particularly over Aurora-Isabela area.
• Storm surges and sea surface waves of up to 3 meters are possible over the eastern coast of Aurora, Quezon and Isabela.
• Fisherfolks are advised not to venture out over the eastern seaboard of Aurora, Quezon, Bicol Region and of Visayas.
• It is advised to refrain from outdoor activities particularly along beaches of the eastern section of Luzon starting Saturday.
Location of eye/center: At 10:00 PM today, the center of Typhoon “CHEDENG” was located based on all available data at 885 km East of Virac, Catanduanes (13.4°N, 132.4°E).
Strength: Maximum sustained winds of 165 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 200 kph
Forecast Movement: Forecast to move Northwest at 15 kph.
• 24 hour (Tomorrow evening): 825 km East of Infanta, Quezon
• 48 hour (Saturday evening): 445 km East of Baler, Aurora
• 72 hour (Sunday evening): In the vicinity of Palanan, Isabela
The public and the disaster risk reduction and management council concerned are advised to take appropriate actions and watch for the next bulletin to be issued at 11AM tomorrow.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
|OIC City Director Police Senior Supt. Narciso Damaso Domingo|
Theft – 86
Physical Injury – 80
Robbery – 29
Rape – 3
Reckless imprudence resulting to homicide – 1
Homicide – 1
Violation of special laws – 45
Other non-index crimes – 200
Domingo also admitted that there is still a lot of room for improvement where the peace and order situation in Naga City is concerned.
Segun sa report ni PSupt. Virgilio Olalia, Jr., an hefe kan PNP digdi, 3ng mga dae bistadong tawo an responsible sa krimen.
Base sa nagunong informasyon, si Sgt. Roderick Fernandez, naka distino sa detatchment sa Nababarera digdi na miembro kan Charlie Company kan 22nd Infantry Brigade, an nagpaabot kan report sa pulis.
An krimen nangyari sa pwerang lugar sa Barangay San Vicente digdi.
Tinamaan nin nagkapirang bala an hawak kan victima, na iyo an naging causa kan saindang kagadanan.
Mayo pang makapagsabi kun ano an motibo kan pang gagadan, asin kun sisay an tulong suspechado.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirmeng enot. Pirmeng bago.
|CASURECO III Special General Membership Assembly held on March 28, 2015 at Iriga City Colosseum|
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
This is addition to the P10 million that was paid yesterday before the power supply was disconnected.
The coop had P85 million in dues, earlier reports said.
This, however, may be a temporary respite for residents of the Rinconada area.
Payment for the energy consumption for the month of February 2015, which amounts to P67 million, is due on April 6.
The beleaguered coop, however, still lacks money to pay for said bill.
CASURECO III services the towns of Bula, Baao, Bato, Balatan, Buhi, Nabua and the city of Iriga.
At around noon yesterday, power supply was disconnected because the coop was unable to settle its dues.—With report from Jon-jon Oyales, BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot, pirming bago.
Outgoing Bicol OWWA Director Jocelyn Hapal said that, as of two days ago, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) had yet to enforce a repatriation notice to Filipinos working in the strife-torn state.
Without revealing the names of the five overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), Hapal said that based on their records, they were employed in the construction business.
The official also believes that the number might be more considering the fact that there are also undocumented foreign workers in the said Middle Eastern country.
These undocumented workers according to Hapal did not go through the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), hence they would be absent from their database.
The director also stressed that if these workers are not on record, they would not be able to avail of the alleviation programs the OWWA has for repatriated OFWs.
Hapal said that repatriated OFWs are granted livelihood packages to assist them in between employment.
In most cases, the entrepreneurial assistance provided by their agency become their new source of income, discouraging them from returning overseas.
It will be recalled that the DFA raised Alert Level 4 (Mandatory Repatriation) in Yemen after continued deterioration of the security situation.
A resolution on the matter was even issued by the DFA as early as February 23, 2015 but is still being snubbed by Filipinos working there.
The reason: there is not enough employment opportunities in the Philippines.
On a related issue, Hapal personally disagrees with the proposal to tax OFW remittances.
The official said that the money earned by these so-called “new breed of heroes” were earned in a foreign land and not in the Philippines and is therefore not subject to the country’s revenue laws.
She suggested that these workers should even be exempted from such measures as they have been the “saving grace” of the Philippine economy.
Meanwhile, according to the OWWA Bicol records, there are about 11,000 OFWs from the Bicol region alone.
If all these workers would abandon their posts and return home, according to critics, the Philippine government would have an unemployment nightmare on her hands. – by Joey B. Garalde
|RD San Luis-Lutey|
"Only LTO Law Enforcers and LTO Deputized Agents in complete uniform with valid ID and carrying LTO-issued Temporary Operators Permit (TOP) are authorized to stop vehicles and apprehend those in violation of the same," she said.