VP Leni rallies Nagueños’ support, lashes at detractors

Close to 2,000 supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo trooped to Plaza Rizal earlier this evening to attend a prayer rally versus cyberbullying.

Rep. Gonzalez, nagsayumang simbagon an pagboto pabor sa death penalty

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.

SP Cam Sur junks Mayor Bongalonta's motion to dismiss

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.

Iwal mag-agom ta mayong bagas, babayi nagadan

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.

Friday, June 5, 2015

Gonzalez backs Salceda's bid for Albay representative

Gov. Joey Salceda and Cong. Fernando Gonzalez


The political opponent of Albay Governor Joey Salceda in the gubernatorial race eight years ago is strongly supporting his congressional bid in the 2016 elections.

Rep. Fernando Gonzalez of the third district of Albay said Salceda’s bid for congressional post in the second district of Albay in the 2016 polls is a positive development as the outgoing governor will be contributing a lot for tourism and economic development of Albay’s second congressional district, which will also benefit the City of Legazpi.

“Governor Joey Salceda’s plan to run is good and heaven for the second district of Albay because he could help Mayor Noel Rosal to even develop the city into a metropolis,” Gonzalez said.

He acknowledged the good leadership of Salceda despite political differences they been through eight years ago.

Salceda fought against Gonzalez in the 2007 gubernatorial election after finishing his three-term post in Congress under the helm of former president now-Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

But the two political kingpins under the wing of Liberal Party set aside political differences in pursuit of economic development of the province.

According to Gonalez, Salceda contributed a lot for tourism and economic development of Albay and the City of Legazpi is one of the most benefited as capital of Albay province where the bulk of tourists disembark and stay for shopping galore.

“Joey contributed a lot in Legazpi City's development that’s why he is a good partner with Mayor Noel to team up as visionary and energetic mayor of Legazpi,” the lawmaker said.

Though Gonzalez is supporting the candidacy of Salceda, he asked the outgoing top official of Albay not to disturb the reelection bid of Rosal in the 2016 local election.

“If Joey wins as representative of the 2nd District), Albay will be the best province in the country because as economic technocrat, he could pursue more remarkable projects for the development of the province, provided he will not disturb the re-election of Mayor Noel Rosal,” Gonzalez said.

“They should work together and settle whatever differences they have because Noel and Joey are a good team. Noel is the best mayor to continue and they should work together for more progress of Albay,” he added.--by Rhaydz Barcia (PNA)
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Ama nagpatiwakal, kaiba an saiyang 2ng menor de edad na aki

BUHI, Camarines Sur—Pwedeng nagsusufrir nin depression o may magabat na problema sa buhay an sarong padre de familia na taga Barangay Cabatuan sa banwaan na ini na nagpatiwakal sa paagui nin paglampaw sa danao, kaibahan an saiyang duwang saradit pang mga aki.

Buhi, Camarines Sur
Map via Wikimedia Commons (Mike Gonzalez The Coffee)
Sa intrervista ngonian na aga ki PCI Raul Bolivar, an hefe kan pulis sa banwaan na ini, saiyang pig confirmar na binawian nin buhay si Jessie Oliveros, nasa mayor de edad huli kan nasambit na pangyayari.

An sabi ni Bolivar, an duwang aki ni Oliveros iniba pa kuta niya sa pagpatiwakal, alagad naagapan kan mga tawo asin ngonian pigbubulong sa Lourdes Hospital sa Ciudad kan Iriga.

An victima naggakod nin lubid sa saiyang lawas kairiba an saiyang duwang mga menor de edad na aki na dae na pigpasambit an mga pangaran ta mga menor de edad, kan siya magdesisyon na tapuson na an saiyang buhay.

Piggigibo pa ngonian kan mga awtoridad an imbestigasyon.

Alagad may pagtubod an mga imbestigador na mayo nin posibilidad na igwang ibang tawo na imbuelto digdi asin pighahale ninda an suspecha na may foul play sa incidente. (Report ni Oscar Esmenda.) BICOLSTANDARD.COM) Pirmeng enot. Pirmeng bago.
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Engr. pighostage kan CAFGU sa Baao

BAAO, Camarines Sur–Sarong miembro kan Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit (CAFGU) an nang hostage ngonian na aga sa banwaan na ini.


Map via Wikimedia commons Mike Gonzalez The Coffee

Nangyari an incidente poco mas o menos alas 7:00 nin aga, sa Barangay San Isidro.

Sa intrevista ki PSI Elizon Dy-kok, an hepe kan pulis digdi, sinabi niya na an victima iyo si Engineer Jose Clidoro y Briones, 64 anyos, residente kan sinambit na barangay.

An suspechado nabisto sa pangaran na Jeomar Kilario.

Basado sa ginibong pagsiyasat kan mga awtoridad, hinostage kan suspechado si Clidoro para makaibitar siya sa mga armadong tao na naglalamag suboot saiya.

An suspechado ilinaog an victima sa saindang kasilyasan kaya nadifisilan si mga nagnenegosyar na pasukoon siya.

Durante kan ginigibo an negosasyon sa pagpasuko kan suspechado, hinagad kaini an tabang kan saiyang team leader sa CAFGU na makaolay.

Marikas si naging pagresponde kan mga nanunungdan kaya pirang minutos sana natapos na an hostage drama.

An suspechado yaon ngonian sa poder kan pulis sa banwaan na ini.

Mientrastanto, ipinahayag ni PSI Dy-kok na sa saiyang obserbasyon, garong may problema sa saiyang pag-iisip an suspechado.

Pigbase niya an saiyang pahayag sa mga declarasyon kan suspechado, mantang kinakaolay kan mga awtoridad na nag gibo kan imbestigasyon.

Sa enot na parte kan negosasyon para magsuko an suspect, nagsayuma ini ta nagluluwas na igwa siyang natatakotan na suboot grupo nin mga armadong lalaki, na mayo man nin naheling an mga residentes kan barangay.

Makalipas sana an dikit na panahon kan negosasyon naglumoy man tulos an saiyang desisyon na magsuko sa mga awtoridad.

Kan hapoton an suspechado kun igwa siyang armas na badil, tulos siyang nagpahimutik.

Alagad an saiyang hostage victim na si Engr. Clidoro nagsabi na igwang itinutok saiyang calibre .30 na badil an suspechado.–Report ni Oscar Esmenda. (BICOLSTANDARD.COM) Pirmeng enot. Pirmeng bago.
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Man takes engineer hostage in CSur

Map via Wikimedia commons Mike Gonzalez The Coffee

SAN ISIDRO, Baao--The suspect who held an engineer hostage early morning Friday (June 5), is now under police custody.

This came after he surrendered to authorities after an hour-long negotiation. 

Baao Municipal Police Station Officer-in-Charge PSI Elizor B. Dy Cok named as the suspect as Jumar Quilario.

Meanwhile, the victim was identified as Jose Cledoro, an engineer, 64 years old, and a resident of this barangay.

Initial investigation reveals that the Quilario took the engineer hostage at around 7:26 AM. His motives for committing the offense are still unknown as of this time of posting. 

Quilario is now set to undergo inquest proceedings. --BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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3 wedding guests drown in Bicol River

Wikimedia commons Photo via Kleomarlo,  Base map by Felipe Aira

GAINZA, Camarines Sur--Three persons have been confirmed dead after the banca they boarded capsized in the Bicol River. Three other passengers were on the vessel apart from the three who drowned.

The accident took place between Barangay Malbong, Gainza town and Barangay Mangayawan, Canaman town said police. 

According to the investigator, the passengers boarded the vessel in Barangay Malbong to attend a wedding ceremony in Barangay Mangayawan, Canaman.  

However, the packed banca, which did not have an outrigger (katig), became out of balance and overturned. 

The casualties were identified as Ann Serena Nicole San Jose, 15, a resident of San Isidro, Sta. Rita, Pampanga; Ma. Elvira Flores, 18, a resident of Quezon City; and  Rushglenn Olicia, 8 , and a resident of Holy Spirit, Quezon City.

Search and rescue operations were immediately undertaken, but the passengers were only located 30 minutes after the incident. 

Gainza Municipal Police said that the three passengers were brought to the Bicol Medical Center (BMC) and St. John Hospital, sa Naga City, but were declared dead on arrival. 

The accident took place yesterday (June 5) afternoon, but the matter was only reported to police at 6:51pm. With report from Oscar Esmenda.(BICOLSTANDARD.COM) Pirmeng enot. Pirmeng bago.
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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

TESDA graduates madaling makakuang trabaho

LEGAZPI CITY, Albay—Pwede nang makipagsabayan sa mga professionals asin mga graduado sa colegio an mga nakatpos nin pag eskwela nin vocational o sa Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) sa paghanap nin trabaho.


TESDA Secretary Joel Villanueva sa Albay
Kua ni Bobby Ferrer, BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Ini an ipig-orgullo ni TESDA Secretary Joel Villanueva kan siya magtaram sa atubangan kan labing 200 na mga naggraduar na mga estudiante sa mga cursong vocational, na ginibo sa Lagman Hall, Tabaco City kasoodma (Junio 2).

Sabi ni Secretary Villanueva, susug sa pinakabagong record ninda, 77% an posibilidad na makakua nin trabaho an mga graduado sinda sa mga cursong ipig-oofrecir kan TESDA.

Idinagdag pa kan opisyal na probado nang madali makakua nin trabaho an mga graduado sa TESDA, huli ta dakul an naghahanap nin mga nagtapos sa cursong vocational ngonian na mga panahon.

Kun siring, dae na pwedeng pag basang-basangon an pagkua nin cursong vocational sa tabang kan sinambit na eskwelahan na lakop nang makukua sa dakul na parte kan nasyon.—Report ni Bobby Ferrer, BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Misis 27ng beses sinaksak kan agom huli sa selos

LAGONOY, Camarines Sur—Nasa poder kan pulis an sarong 24 anyos na lalaki na iyong naggadan kan saiyang agom, sabi sa imbestigasyon.

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Si Alvin Delfino y Saboco, residente kan Zone 2, sa Barangay San Ramon, sa banwaan na ini, 27 beses na sinaksak an saiyang esposa na nabistong si Connie Alis-Delfino, 22 anyos an edad.

Malinaw sa tiniripon na informasyon kan nimbestigador na labing sarong semana nang dae nagkakaintindihan an mag-agom na nagresulta sa grabeng iwal.

An katapusan, iyo an paggadan sa victima.

Sabi kan mga pulis, nagboyboy an suspechado na nagibo niya an krimen huli kan makuring pag-imon sa saiyang esposa.

Base sa autopsy report, nagkapirang tama kan lancetas na ginamit sa paggadan kan victima sa sinasabing mortal na lugar na pwedeng nagcausa nin kagadanan.

Afuera kan mga lugad sa saiyang lawas, igwa pa nin las-las sa liog kan victima na pwedeng iyo an piggikanan kan dugo na garong hale sa makusog na burabod.

Hasta kan oras na sinusurat an baretang ini, yaon pa sa custodia kan pulis an suspechado, mantang hinahalat an pag sangat nin caso contra saiya.

Nagsayumang magtaram an suspechado mientras na naghohorophorop kan nangyari sa sainda.



An mag-agom na si Alvin asin Connie mayo pa nin aki.—Report ni Oscar Esmenda, BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Youth, unite against the commercialization of education!

The education crisis intensifies under the Aquino administration. As students continue to fall victim to repressive anti-student policies, the Filipino youth is further alienated from their inherent right to education.



For one, tuition deregulation breeds the commercialized nature of education, where continuous, annual and exorbitant tuition and other school fees become a perennial woe to the toiling Filipino masses. At present, there are 313 higher education institutions (HEIs) approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) to increase tuition and other school fees for the incoming academic year. In Bicol region alone, out of the 23 HEIs who signified intent to increase tuition and other school fees, 18 have been approved.

And now, with the passage of the K to 12 curriculum, the Filipino youth is further exploited under the pretense of a so-called education reform. In the end, the K to 12 curriculum is but geared towards producing more labor reserves to be sent overseas to compensate for the insufficiency of good and sustainable jobs in the country. While the government should focus on creating jobs for its citizens through development of national industries, it abandons its citizens to work abroad where they are often driven to extreme and inhumane working conditions.

These are but some of the myriad of problems in the current educational system, under which only an alarming increase in dropout rates and out of school youth can emerge. The worsening state of commercialized education under the Aquino administration literally kills the Filipino youth.
This is why the National Union of Students of the Philippines in Bicol call for the Bicolano and Filipino youth to unite against the blatant disregard of the current administration to the plight and calls of the Filipino studentry. As Aquino has proven time and time again that he favors capitalist educators over his own “bosses”, we are compelled to unite, fight and be firm in pushing for a nationalist, scientific and mass-oriented education.

by Em Mijares
Regional Coordinator
National Union
of Students of the
Philippines-Bicol
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15 Cam Sur PNP chiefs get stern warning for late reports

NAGA CITY—At least 14 municipal and one city police chiefs in Camarines Sur have received a stern warning from the Police Provincial Office (PPO) to immediately comply with the requirement to submit their report on the performance target program for the 1st quarter of this year.

PNP Bicol Regional Director Chief Supt. Victor Deona
In a radio message, the following police stations were warned that non-compliance with the reporting system would result to the imposition of disciplinary action.

Named in this report are the Chiefs of Police, Acting Chiefs of Police as well as Officers-in Charge of Baao, Bato, Cabusao, Del Gallego, Gainza, Garchitorena, Iriga City, Libmanan, Magarao, Milaor, Nabua, Pamplona, San Fernando and Siruma.

They were instructed to complete and upload the mugshots of all arrested persons for the month of
May in the e-rogue database immediately.

The directive also indicated that the said reports are required by the higher headquarters.

The target output performance system spearheaded by Philippine National Police (PNP) Bicol Regional Director Chief Supt. Victor Deona has gained the strong support of the local police organization as it has led to a vast improvement in the peace and order situation in the region.

Under said program, well-performing police stations are given due recognition while the non-performers are constantly reminded of their primordial responsibility of mentaining peace in their locality.

Apart from the reminders, all police chiefs who do not perform well in their assignments are relieved from their assignments and subjected to retraining.

Under the target performance output system, the PNP evaluates police stations on their required accomplishments based on the indicators of law enforcement, crime prevention and crime solution.

In the implementation of the program, PNP Regional Director Deona created a body that will evaluate the accomplishments of the police units.

Those found to have missed their targets by the end of the quartar are made to suffer the appropriate consequences.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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PNR ready by December?

MANILA— Despite countless broken promises in the past couple of years, officials of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) have once again announced the possible resumption of the state-run train services in the near future.



Bicol Express
Photo by Oscar Esmenda

Recently at the House of Representatives, PNR Consultant Antonio Soriano said that as early as next month, the safety assessment of the train line would be complete.

This means, he said, that by December, the train which runs from Manila to Legazpi City may run again.

The safety assessment, it may be recalled, started last year.

It cost the government an estimated P40-million to have the railway track and bridge network assessed.

Albay Rep. Al Francis Bichara, however, is skeptical that PNR will meet its December schedule.

He said the repairs, which will only commence after the safety assessment is complete, are not likely to be completed within just the span of six months.

Meanwhile, Albay Gov. Joey Salceda earlier underscored the importance of rehabilitating the train service immediately.

“[T]he Manila-Bicol railway is critical to development as it promotes rural tourism, empowers Bicol labor to compete in the labor markets of Metro Manila and elsewhere in Luzon, and provides a multi-modal transport means for bringing agricultural products and manufactured goods of Bicol to the rest of Luzon,” he explained.

Salceda chairs the Regional Development Council.

The Tutuban-Legazpi train line covers some 478 kilometers. It ceased operations in 2012 after one of its trains was derailed in Quezon. The incident injured 9 passengers.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Mayor Bongat asks Mendoza to quit as MNWD director

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Mayor Bongat asks Mendoza to quit as MNWD director

NAGA CITY – City Mayor John Bongat called for the resignation of businessman Fortunato “Tato” Mendoza, chairman of the Metro Naga Water District (MNWD) amid raging controversy involving the cutting off of the water connection that services the Panicuason Water System Association (Pawasa).

Bongat stressed during the press conference that he must be consulted first before the MMWD board should implement the disconnection of the said water system, which is owned by the barangay. The construction of the said water system project was completed with the help of the city government.

Left: Tato Mendoza (Photo via Alfred Perdon) Right: Mayor John Bongat
“I should be consulted first  before they decide to cause the cutting off of the water services of Pawasa,” Bongat said.

Meanwhile, he clarified that as chief executive, he was responsible for the appointment of at least three incumbent MNWD directors, namely Adolfo “Aping” Olivan, George Palma, and Fortunato Mendoza, who is the Board President.

Asked for his reaction on the demand of Bongat that he should step down from the MNWD board, Mendoza told BICOL STANDARD that the mayor need not demand for his immediate resignation.

“Just wait until October, because by then I will be ready to relinquish my seat”, Mendoza clarified.

Observers say that Mendoza and Bongat have now reached the political crossroads as they are now deeply entangled with the recent political realignment of forces.

Both of them claim to be staunch supporters of former City Mayor Jesse M. Robredo and 3rd District Rep. Leni Robredo, but are both ready to slug it out during the mayoralty race come 2016.

According to reports, Rep. Robredo is entertaining to run for reelection or join the national political derby by aspiring to be senator under the banner of the ruling Liberal Party, (LP).

As these developed, Mendoza called the attention of the residents of Naga City to refer to the provisions of PD 198 which clearly explains the mandate and functions of water districts in the entire country.

He (Mendoza) criticized Bongat for his comments aired over the local stations as he emphasized legal maxim, “we are a government of laws and not of men”.

“If he (Bongat) thinks he is right, by all means, he should file a case against us,”he stressed.

“Pag naheheling ninda na tama an gibo mo pero sala sa politika ninda, kakalabanon ka,” Mendoza added.

Mendoza finally declared that upon the authority of the MNWD board, the management decided to disconnect the water connection of the Panicuason Water System Association (Pawasa). But, later in the day, the disconnected line was reconnected, allegedly upon instruction from the City Hall.

“We are filing a case against those responsible for the said acts. This should be settled in the proper forum,” he said.

Mendoza also criticized the barbaric stance that is being portrayed by whoever has given the instruction that reconnected the disconnected water pipes of Pawasa.

“While we claim to be the center of transparency and good governance, the actuation of some officials say otherwise”, he said.

“This is probably the reason why some of the loyal followers of the late Jesse M. Robredo are angered by what is happening now in our place”, he added. BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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VGov Peña no-show at indirect contempt hearing; case submitted for decision

MANILA – The Commission on Elections en banc ruled today that the parties to the case involving Atty. Gabriel Ariel Abonal vs Vice Gov. Fortunato “Ato” Peña for indirect contempt is deemed submitted for decision, after ten days from today (June 2).
Camarines Sur Vice Governor Ato Peña
Vice Gov. Peña did not appear during the hearing. Instead, he filed a motion asking the poll body to give him more time to file his comments to the said petition.

The poll body, however, did not yield to Peña's motion.

Petitioner Abonal and respondent Peña were both given ten days from today to file their corresponding memoranda, thereafter the case is submitted for decision, the Comelec said.

The petition to cite Peña for indirect contempt stemmed from the Comelec en banc resolution declaring Abonal as the duly elected board member for the 2nd district of Camarines Sur. This happened after the poll body nullified the Certificate of Candidacy of former board member Romulo O. Hernandez who has been disqualified because he had been elected for three consecutive terms already.

Notwithstanding the proclamation made by the Comelec en banc which declared Abonal as the winner, Peña refused and continuously refuses to recognize the petitioner as a member of the Provincial Board.

Hence, a petition to cite Peña for indirect contempt was filed.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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Dry spell hits 4,000 hectares of irrigated ricelands in Bicol—NIA

The dry spell has started taking its toll on some 4,000 hectares of irrigated ricelands in Bicol, prompting the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) to employ contingency measures to address the problem, a NIA official said Friday.



Ed Yu, NIA spokesman, said they have received reports that the El Nino phenomenon has dried up 4,000 hectares of ricelands being served by the NIA across the region.

In a phone interview, Yu said that for the first cropping season of this year, farmers complained of either low production or total crop failure due to water shortage brought by the dry spell.

“Less than half of the 4,000 hectares suffered total crop failure while others were harvested with low yields due to water shortage," the NIA official said.

According to Yu, the agency will adopt two measures to mitigate the effects of the dry spell.

These include the rotation method or water distribution and massive rehabilitation and repairs of irrigation facilities and structures for better and efficient delivery of water to farms.

Under the rotation system, the NIA will schedule the delivery of water to programmed areas by serving notice that the agency will supply water in four days to downstream areas (far from the dam) and three days to all upstream (near the dam) areas, he said.

This method would guarantee that all areas programmed by NIA for the particular cropping season is served with irrigation water supply, Yu claimed.

In areas outside or not included in the NIA’s programmed system, these will be informed that the agency cannot supply them water because of the shortage.

Yu said that as for the long-term mitigating measure, the agency has since 2010 initiated rehabilitation and repair of irrigation facilities and structures on a yearly basis.

Funding for the dry spell mitigating measures will come from the Php535.2 million 2015 NIA budget.

The current budget was earmarked to implement 212 projects, of which 172 are communal irrigation systems and 40 are national irrigation systems.

The projects would irrigate 378 hectare of new areas, restore irrigation service to 1,350 hectares and rehabilitate facilities and structures in 2,191 hectares of rice land regionwide.

Yu, however, lamented that NIA Bicol funding continues to decrease every budget year, citing that in 2013 they received Php1.2 billion then it went down to Php700 million in 2014 and this year they received only Php535.2 million.

In Albay, Gov. Joey Salceda has directed the Provincial Agricultural Service (PAS) to validate reports of drying up of farm lands in the towns of Daraga, following reports that 100 hectares of rice land had dried up in the town of Daraga due to the dry spell.

Salceda ordered the PAS to conduct a thorough inventory of farm lands to be affected by the dry spell in the 15 towns and 3 cities of the province. (PNA)
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JOBS IN BICOL: Commercial Technical Representative, District Sales Coordinator

A fast growing distribution company that specializes in Crop Protection, Crop Production, Veterinary Pharmaceuticals, Nutrition and Public Health Products is URGENTLY in need of:

COMMERCIAL TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE

Function:

Meet sales and collection targets, maintain expense allocation and expand market share of company products in given General Trade territory through ethical business practices and professional customer care and service.

JOB SPECIFICATION:

• BS Agriculture or any 4-year course relating to agriculture or agribusiness;
• 2-5 years actual working experience in a crop protection company;
• Willing to be assigned anywhere in Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao;
• Knowledge in facilitating farmer’s meeting and dealing with farmers and farm products distributor is an advantage;
• With good sales track record
• Possesses high leadership qualities and entrepreneurial mind-set.
• Aggressive, team player and can handle different types of personalities;
• Analytical and can easily adjust to pressure and long hours of work;
• With advanced computer literacy, communications skills and negotiating skills;
• Knows how to drive with clean and valid license; willing to travel extensively

DISTRICT SALES COORDINATOR

Function:

Responsible for all sales activities in assigned accounts or regions and manages quality and consistency of product and service delivery

JOB SPECIFICATION:

• BSBA Major in Marketing, Business Economics, BS Agriculture Major in Crop Science or Animal Science, or any degree relating to Agribusiness
• Minimum of 1 year actual working experience required in a crop protection company or animal health company preferred
• Fast learner, analytical, meticulous, team player who can work under pressure with little supervision
• Possesses high leadership qualities and entrepreneurial mind-set
• With advanced computer literacy and communication skills and analytical skills.
• Knows how to drive with clean and valid license; willing to travel extensively

Salary is Negotiable with Sales Commission

Interested and qualified applicants may send a copy of their resume on or before June 20, 2015 to cockerel2recruitment @gmail.com (Please use position as subject)
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Young Tabaco councilor wows Obama, audience at White House meeting

TABACO CITY—A young councilor of Tabaco City made an impact on United States President Barack Obama and the audience as she posed a question at the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative Meeting at the White House in Washington D.C. on Monday evening.

Sheina Onrubia and President Obama at the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative Meeting

Sheina Onrubia, 28 years old, and a graduate of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, drew the attention of the audience as she sought the President's advice "for budding political leaders, local legislators, and elective officials like [her] in a developing democracy like the Philippines."

Visibly impressed by her confidence, Obama jokingly told her, "First of all, don't be shy."
He went on to advise her on maintaining one's principles and desire to help the marginalized and those who have less opportunities in life.

On Facebook, Onrubia expressed her elation at the chance to ask Obama a question, a rare opportunity even for the others who were present at the event.

In attendance, the councilor said, were 75 young ASEAN leaders, the Ambassador of the Philippines to the United States, and other State officials.

She also shared that after the meeting, the President shook her hand and said a few words.

Earlier today, she posted a photo of herself at the meeting, where she donned a red abaca top, in her words "to promote our local product."

A few days ago, she remarked on social media that she was initially hesitant to apply for the Professional Fellows Program/Exchange Program:

"Ayaw ko mawala nang medyo matagal, medyo nakakatakot mag-isa sa ibang lugar, hindi pa right time, hindi ata ako matatanggap kasi marami pang mas active sakin, wala pang vision, at most especially naisip ko na what I could learn in the US (kung meron nga talagang matutunan) I could also learn here in my country, mas matindi pa. May pride ba. Tapos yung colonialism issue, imperialistic ang program, and the like. Pero hindi naman pala masamang sumubok, umalis saglit, matuto sa ibang lugar."

"Pag may vision ka, lagi ka pa ring babalik sa commitment mo. Sa tinitibok ng puso mo, na mahal mo ang Pilipinas. Na patuloy kang magsisilbi sa bayan mo. Lagi akong proud na Pinoy ako, na taga Tabaco City ako. I always promote our city, our province, our country sa lahat ng pagkakataon dito. Sa mga natutunan ko, lagi kong iniisip na gagawin ko ito para sa ikakabuti ng bayan ko," she continued.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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Int’l cruise terminal to rise in Legazpi

An international passenger cruise terminal project will soon rise here as another addition to the growing number of world-class travel industry facilities in this prime Bicol tourism city, Legazpi City Mayor Noel Rosal announced on Sunday.



It will be realized through a proposed Php400-million funding the city government is arranging for allocation with the national government through the Tourism Industry and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), he said.

“I formally presented the proposal, study and design of this project to the Department of Tourism (DOT) and Secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr., in a meeting last week, approved it for endorsement to the TIEZA,” Rosal said.

TIEZA, which is formerly called the Philippine Tourism Authority, is an attached agency to the DOT mandated to develop, manage and supervise tourism infrastructure projects in the country.

By the middle of this month, the city mayor said he would make an audience with the TIEZA board of directors to iron out the funding and its implementation.

This passenger cruise terminal project will be located along the Legazpi Boulevard, less than a kilometer from the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA)-managed city harbor and within the site of the new urban center, an extension of the city’s fast-congesting commercial district.This multibillion-peso project was started by the city government with the opening of the Legazpi Boulevard, a five-kilometer four-lane seaside concrete road that is now being extended towards the Southern Luzon International Airport (SLIA).

The SLIA, now ongoing construction within a 200-hectare plateau in Barangay Alobo, Daraga, Albay -- 10-kilometers from the city proper, is expected to start operations in 2017 to become a testament to economic growth propelled by the fast-growing trade and tourism industry in Bicol.

The new urban center will locate world-class tourism and commercial facilities within an impressive waterfront economic landscape with a sweeping 360-degree view of Albay Gulf, opposite the heartwarming scenery of the majestic Mayon Volcano sitting at the northern side of the city, Rosal said.

“We are developing this new urban center through the help of the national government and private investors from here and abroad under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme,” he said.Designed as a massive addition to the country’s vibrant waterfront facilities, this proposed cruise terminal commands a prominent location with the picturesque Albay Gulf as its base and the majestic Mt. Mayon as its backdrop.

Its design includes an interior with a clear and functional layout to ensure smooth and seamless passenger service while the exterior adopts a nautical theme with the motif of waves breaking into shore.

It will have a berth served by a terminal building and will be able to accommodate even the largest ship currently in service, according to Rosal.

“We expect several ocean liners to drop anchor here, bringing with them thousands of tourist from all over the world when it is completed,” he said.

Well-served by a network of roads and links to other tourist destinations along the Albay Gulf, this proposed terminal can look forward to easy access and seamless connection to other parts of Bicol including the Donsol, Sorsogon -- World’s Whale Shark Capital, the island-province of Catanduanes that is known for its exciting surf sites and Masbate, Asia’s Rodeo Capital.

It will be a 30-minute drive to the SLIA and only minutes away from the Legazpi Central Terminal, the futuristic land transportation hub catering to dozens of bus trips daily to and from Metro Manila and the Visayas and Mindanao islands.

The station of the Philippine National Railways, whose trains are heralded to resume plying the Legazpi-Manila route soon this year, is only about a kilometer away from the cruise terminal.

“Certainly, the planned superior cruise terminal facilities will complement the country’s prime location between major domestic and international maritime routes and excellent air connectivity to establish the city as the cruise hub of Central Philippines,” Rosal said.

It will also greatly help in the realization of the prospect of Philippine center of community-based tourism as envisioned by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) for the city.

Rosal will be in Madrid, Spain, from June 8-12 on invitation by UNTWO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai for him to meet and exchange views on tourism development and promotion with the international organization’s secretariat at its headquarters.

The mayor will also travel to Santiago de Compostela in order to meet with relevant organizations involved in the preservation of historical monuments, the development of community-based tourism, and to undertake a local entrepreneurship program through national and local government support.

He will be accompanied by DOT Regional Director for Bicol Maria Ong-Ravanilla, Undersecretary Maria Victoria Jasmin and Joy Bulauitan of the TIEZA.

“Based on what I learnt from my visit to Legazpi last year, I consider that the city is endowed with the qualities to become the center for community-based tourism in the Philippines,” Rafai said in his invitation letter to Rosal.(PNA)
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DOT to study feasibility of Catanduanes-Mainland Bicol bridge

The Department of Tourism (DOT) is taking a look at the feasibility of the 10.8-kilometer concrete bridge, the longest-to-be in the country, proposed for construction as a tourism highlight connecting the island-province of Catanduanes with the Bicol mainland.

Proposed Catanduanes-Mainland Bicol bridge
Images: Jeremy AC


Maria Ong-Ravanilla, the DOT regional director, said over the weekend here that the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) has been tasked by Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr. to conduct the feasibility study of the proposed project following its recent endorsement by the Regional Development Council to the national government.




The TIEZA, which is formerly called the Philippine Tourism Authority, is an attached agency to the DOT mandated to designate, regulate and supervise the Tourism Economic Zones (TEZs) established under Republic Act No. 9593 or “The Tourism Act of 2009.




It is also tasked to develop, manage and supervise tourism infrastructure projects in the country and regulate the cultural, economic and environmentally sustainable development of TEZs toward the primary objective of encouraging investments.




Called by Catanduanes Governor Araceli Wong the Friendship-Tourism Bridge when she introduced the plan for the project late last year, the ambitious structure would be a two-lane concrete bridge that would cross the 10.8-kilometer distance over Maqueda Channel, the narrowest body of water that separates the island from the Bicol mainland.




Its endorsement for adoption was made by the RDC to make it part of the Aquino administration’s countryside development agenda that listed Catanduanes as among the country’s tourism growth areas, according to Ravanilla.

In the study, the TIEZA, Ravanilla said, would determine first the feasibility of the project based on ecological considerations so as to avoid conflict with policies involving ecological protection.

The project’s economic impact will at the same time be taken into consideration in the study to ensure that it is in agreement with and in support of declared national policies that make tourism industry an essential component of the national economy.

To pass the feasibility test, it must also directly or indirectly benefit its host community by serving as an economic catalyst by way of creating employment and other livelihood opportunities, Ravanilla said.

The sustainability of the project—referring to its ability to generate sufficient revenue that will answer for the cost of services, maintenance and operation within its projected lifetime -- will also be measured by the TIEZA during the conduct of the study, she said.

Other considerations in the project study are the stakeholders that primarily include the community in its immediate vicinity and the government agencies that will affect or will be affected; and the financial matters involved in its implementation.

In taking into consideration the stakeholders, consultations are required while in the financial matters, the capability of the proponent local government to put up a counterpart shall be calibrated according to its income classification which in the case of Catanduanes, a third-class province, would be not less than 10 percent, according to Ravanilla.

Each area of consideration guiding the conduct of the study carries with it points for the project’s scorecard that TIEZA will be following in determining its feasibility and should it score good enough to pass, chances are, this proposed project would become a reality so that Bicol becomes site of the longest bridge in the country, she said.

It will be five times longer than San Juanico that presently holds the "Longest bridge in the country" title with its 2.16-kilometer span linking Samar and Leyte provinces.

In a statement, Wong said she is elated by the attention the DOT is giving to the project and she feels excited about it even as its actual implementation is still a distance more from realization.

She said foreign investors have expressed interest in financing the project once it is approved for implementation by the national government.

The bridge will be designed similar to China’s Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge that is now ongoing construction, Wong said.

“It may not take too soon to materialize but yet, we have started the process that later would, as I firmly hope, pave the way to a dream come true that shall see the total development of our island-province as a haven for investment in tourism and other aspects of economic progress,” she said.

Apart from facilitating easier transportation modes, Wong said, the project is also seen to make way for power cables of Luzon grid, ending the energy shortage confronting the province.

As an off-grid province that had some 45,000 power consumers, Catanduanes relies on diesel–fed generator systems and three hydropower plants that often times would break down and cause brownouts, beside the fact that the rates being charged are higher compared to the mainland.

The island is part of the Triple C (3C) cluster of tourism areas in Bicol, wearing the moniker “Gems of the Pacific” which is on its way to development that is seen to contribute significantly to the growing tourism industry of Bicol.

The 3C is the alliance of three provinces—Catanduanes, Camarines Norte and Camarines, including all their cities and municipalities -- into a Tourism Development Area (TDA) which the DOT has placed under its 2015-2020 National Tourism Development Plan.

There are two sub-TDAs under this cluster -- the Caramoan-Catanduanes Tourism Link covering the tourism town of Caramoan, Camarines Sur and the entire Catanduanes area; and the Camarines Tourism Circuit to cover the rest of Camarines Sur and the whole of Camarines Norte. —Danny O. Calleja, PNA
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State prosecutor slaps Army man in bus hostage-taking with illegal detention charges

Army Corporal Rene Prajele is facing dismissal from the service and charges of slight illegal detention for taking hostage 30 passengers of Manila-bound Penafrancia Tours following an inquest proceeding by a state prosecutor in Naga City, a Philippine Army (PA) officer said Monday.

Army Capt. Mardjorie Panesa, 9th Infantry Division spokesperson, said lawyer Agaton Fajardo, State Prosecutor III, would be filing a case against Prajele for slight illegal detention with a bail recommendation of Php40,000 for his temporary liberty.

The determination of the charges came from the complaint submitted by the investigators of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Del Gallego Municipal Office on Friday for the hostage-taking drama inside a Penafrancia Tour bus, Panesa said in a text message.

Earlier on Friday, police investigator filed with the State Prosecutor's Office (SPO) a complaint for kidnapping and serious illegal detention against the suspect, according to Police Chief insp. Malou Calubaquid, PNP Bicol spokesperson.

The SPO sought to downgrade the complaint to slight illegal detention after the bus driver and the passengers decided not to file a complaint against the suspect, Panesa said.

The prosecutor formally filed the case under inquest case No. V-10-INQ-15E-0354 with the regional trial court in Naga City.

While waiting for the formal case in court, the suspect will be detained at the PNP town jail.

Panesa said that in case Prajele bails out, he is given temporary liberty by the court and be turned over to the Army, but he is still not off the hook as he will face sanction of dismissal from the service under the Army’s Administrative Order 40.

She cited that under military law, a soldier facing criminal or civil case will be dismissed from the service.

Asked if Prajele would undergo psychological examination after he was observed to be deeply facing a family problem, Panesa said it would be the judge that will recommend if he would be subjected to a psychological examination or not.

Prajele, 36, a native of Cotabato, had been in the Army for 11 years and was a team leader of a security group carrying out a developmental project in Camarines Sur.

He is currently assigned with the 31st Infantry Battalion based in Sorsogon.

He is married, has a daughter and lives in Barangay Agdangan, Baao town in Camarines Sur.

Prajele, in full battle gear, held hostage on Friday afternoon 30 passengers of a Penafrancia Tour bus along the Andaya Highway in Barangay Comadaycaday, Del Gallego, Camarines Sur, causing a four-hour traffic jam.

He surrendered later to the hostage crisis management team. (PNA)
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Paradukot sa Naga, dakop kan seyku

CIUDAD NIN NAGA—Makusog an boot kan victima na nakipagtabangan sa sarong security guard para madakop an paradukot na nag-ooperar sa tungod kan Master’s Square Department Store sa Barangay Abella digdi.

Base sa imbestigasyon kan pulis, sarong taga Sitio Baras, Malitbog, Minalabac, Camarines Sur na nagpabistong si Junior Sola y Punto, 21 anyos, soltero, naging victima kan suspechadong si Wilson Asico y Gasis, na taga Gogon, Camaligan, Camarines Sur.

Sa pahayag ni Sola, suboot siya naglalakaw sa may tungod na kan Master’s Square Department Store kan marisa niyang linaslas na si saiyang darang sling bag na may laog na cellphone.

Tulos niyang pigreparo an laog kan saiyang bag asin naheling na marikas na padulag si nagbundol saiyang lalaki, kan matorohokan kan saiyang mata.

Huli kan siring na sitwasyon marikas na nag-agap saiya an security guard na an pangaran Jacutina na miembro kan Spearhead Security Agency asin si PO1 Aquinaldo kan PNP Naga.

Narecover ninda si dinukot na Nokia 360, na nasa color itom asin brown na jelly case na sadire ni Sola.

An cellphone, sabi kan victima may kantidad nin P8,300.

Durante kan imbestigasyon, positibong itinukdo ni Sola sa mga awtoridad an suspehasong si Asico na iyo si nagpaparasunod saiya, antes niyang maaraman na dinukot na palan si saiyang gamit.

Si Asico sasangtan nin caso sa oficina kan Procurador kan Ciudad nin Naga. —BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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85 anyos na lolo, naloko kan 30 anyos na babae

CIUDAD NIN NAGA— “An saiyang hadok maka hayop alagad an saiyang kugos maka demonyo.”

Ini an osipon kan 85 anyos na lolo na nagreclamo na siya naloko kan 30 anyos na babaeng katrato kasubagong aga sa sarong popular na restaurant digdi.


“Dae ko aram ta sa edad kong ini pirit kong hinahanap an init kan saiyang presencia, maski pa aram ko na igwa na siya nin pamilya asin may 3ng aki na,” sabi ni Lolo Kikoy.

Si Lolo Kikoy, taga barangay Penafrancia nagsumbong sa waiter kan Café Frederico, sa Crown Hotel na hinagadan siya nin kantidad P700.00 kan saiyang ka-“date” na babae, apisar kan an saindang dapat bayadan P400.00 man sana.

Bwelong nag-estorya an lolo sa reporter na ini. An sabi, haloy na niyang katrato an babae kaya ngani namoot naman siya digdi.

Kasubagong aga nagtagboan sinda sa plaza sa kahagadan kan babae na magpalipot sinda sa sarong cuarto sa hotel.

Alagad sabi ni Lolo Kikoy, pig pranka niya si Lolita (bakong tunay na pangaran) na dae niya kaya an hagad na makidurog, ta hale pa sana siya sa doctor asin an pagmate “low batt” daa siya.

Nin huli ta insistido an babae, inagda ngona niya na mag merindal sa Café Frederico, dangan magpahingalo na sana sa cuarto sa hotel.

Mantang ma-alas 10:30 na nin odto, nag-agda na si Lolita na maglaog na sinda sa hotel.

Pero dae naghihiro si Lolo Kikoy ta dae na talaga niya kaya.

Sa saiyang declarasyon pagkatapos na hagadon kan babae si pambayan sa kinakan ninda, nagpasabot si Lolota na nin kantidad P700.00 an bill, para sa dikit sanang pig-order ninda.

Pagkatapos bayadan sa counter, dagos nagtindog si babae asin naghalat-halat sa lobby kan hotel.

An gurang dae nagsunod ta may pagduda na mahal na maray si presyo kan saindang kinakan.

Hinapot ni Lolo Kikoy si Sir Mike, an servidor kan restaurant kun gurano si saindang dapat bayadan. Ipinaheling kan waiter sa gurang na P400.00 sana an kantidad kan kinakan. Mas barato pa ngani, sabi ni Sir Mike iinaan pa ini kan 20% discout senior citizen na siya.

Kan maaraman na dinaya siya ni Lolita, nagkulog an boot kan gurang ta linoko siya kan babae.

Sa boot ni Lolo Kikoy, okey man sana kun naghagad saiya nin cuarta, alagad bakong tama na pinatong sa presyo si saiyang personal na kaipohan. Sa primerong bulasok kan saiyang emosyon nagplano kuta si Lolo Kikoy na magpaiba sa floor manager kan restaurant sa pulis para ireclamo an babae na kaibahan.

Napugolan si saiyang kaanggotan kan maromdoman na may mga aki siyang titulado na pwedeng mapasupog kun siya magreklamo sa awtoridad, asin ibareta sa radyo an saiyang pangaran.

Mientrastanto, mantang nag ngungurob-ngorob an gurang na si Lolo Kikoy, dinulok kan reporter na ini gurang tanganing hapoton kan mapait na pangyayari.

Sabi sa reporter, dae talaga niya malingawan an babae huli sa saiyang hadok na maka-hayop alagad an saiyang kugos na maka-demonyo. Habo nang ipaliwanag an gurang kan gusto niyang sabihom kan nasambit na mga tataramon.

Inako ni lolo Kikoy na nagluya na an saiyang pagkalalaki.

Pirme na daa siyang nagbabakal nin pambakaskog sa buhay, orog na an herbal na inomon na nababakal sa kantidad na tulo sangatos an atado.

Para maomayan an saiyang kapungotan, pig ofreciran na tukdoan na lang siya kan gurangan na floor manager kan restaurant na mag-inom nin tagok kan ginagang gamot nin turog-turog o tinanom na makahiya, na probadong makusog an binino sa mga gurang na naghahanap nin kaogmahan.

Pirang minutos sana an nakalihis nalinga na an gurang.

Nagpaaram na si Lolo Kikoy tanganing maghanap na kan tinamom na turog-turog na saiyang papa-asiron sa masunod na semana.

An saiyang iwinalat na tataramon, kun masumpongan niya an babae na nagloko saiya, aalokon niya liwat para probaran an virtud kan ginagang gamot kan turog-turog.—Report ni Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Monday, June 1, 2015

FOOD TRIP: BICOL STANDARD Chili Pili Ice Cream by Chef Jang Grageda

Asked to create a dessert inspired by BICOL STANDARD, local celebrity chef Jang Grageda whipped up this delightfully delectable culinary curiosity exploding with Bicolano flavors: the richness of pili nuts, the piquance of pepper, the mild creaminess of goat’s milk, and the earthy robustness of chopped tablea.

FOOD TRIP by Chef Jang Melgar Grageda
FOOD TRIP: BICOL STANDARD Chili Pili Ice Cream Recipe by Chef Jang Grageda




Ingredients:

2 cups goat’s milk
2 cups cream
1 cup white sugar
2 cups tablea (chopped)
1 tbsp bird’s eye chilies finely chopped
1/2 cup pili nuts
1/4 tsp salt


Procedure:

Pour the goat’s milk into a heavy saucepan.
Add tablea and chili.
Over medium heat bring the mixture to a gentle simmer (approximately 175°F) or until it begins to bubble around the edges.
Remove from the heat.
Add sugar and salt. Stir until dissolved.
Add cream, stir until well blended. Pour in a bowl and allow mixture to cool.
Transfer the ice cream mixture to a freezer-safe bowl or container if not already in an appropriate one.
Cover tightly with plastic wrap, foil or an airtight cover.
Place the container in the freezer and allow the mixture to freeze for 2 hours.
Remove from the freezer and beat with a hand mixer to break up ice crystals that are beginning to form.
Cover and place back in the freezer.
Freeze for 2 more hours and then remove from the freezer and beat again with the hand mixer. The ice cream should be thick but not too soft to scoop. If it is not thick enough, return it to the freezer for additional freezing time.
Beat again before adding pili nuts. If ice cream has thickened properly, stir in the cookie chunks until well distributed throughout the ice cream.
Do not beat with the hand mixer after the pili nuts have been added. Beating would break the nuts into crumbs and tiny pieces.
Ripen the ice cream by storing it in a covered freezer container until ready to serve.



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Camalig, Albay native Jang Melgar Grageda is known for cooking up classic mouthwatering concoctions with a distinct Bicolano twist. Her often artfully plated work has been featured on television and print, including ABS-CBN’s Umagang Kay Ganda, Marhay na Aga Kapamilya, TV Patrol World, TV Patrol Bicol, GMA’s Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho, Philippine Daily Inquirer, and Cebu Daily News. Sample her gorgeous creations at Rose G Cuisine, Camalig, Albay.
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PHOTOS: Classes open in Naga City

Thousands of students flocked to schools in Naga City today for the opening of schoolyear 2015-2016. (Photos by Oscar Esmenda)

















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Karambola nin 3ng vehiculo sa San Fernando, saro an irido

SAN FERNANDO, CSur – Nagpapaomay pa sa NICC Hospital sa Naga City si Ramil Arenas y Napay, 41 anyos pagkatapos na ma-aksidente an saindang pig lulunadan na awto sa Barangay Pamukid, sa banwaan na ini.

Susug sa imbestigasyon kan pulis an aksidente nangyari poco mas o menos alas 6:15 nin aga, sa Zone 1 kan Barangay Pamukid, kan an Mitsubishi L300 Van na may Plate No. ATA 9592 na pig mamaneho kan victima makabangaan an Silver Star Bus na may Plate No. TYS 902 na pig mamaneho ni Virgilio Onate y Nabilla.

Huli kan sinambit na incidente, an Mitsubishi L300 nagpadagos na mag darosdos asin binudalan pa an Foton Passenger Van na may Plate No. AXA 2146 na pig mamaneho ni John Marie Lumdang y Galera.

Si mga nakaheling kan pangyayari nagsabi na nagpoon an aksidente kan kakanon kan Mitsubishi L300 an linya kan kasabatan na Silver Star bus na pasiring sa direksyon kan Manila.

Makusog si naging impact kan magkasuagan an Silver Star Bus asin an Mitsibishi L300 na pasiring sa direksyon kan Naga City.

Mientrastanto, afuera ki Arenas na may mga rungas asin pig bubulong ngonian sa NICC Hospital mayo na man nin ibang nagkaigwa nin lugad o nakulugan hale sa mga nakabangaan na mga vehiculo.

Nagluluwas sa imbestigasyon na papuli na sa banwan kan Magarao, Camarines Sur si Arenas hale sa sarong derby sa Lucena City.

An sabi, igwa pang mga kargang mga pambulang na manok sa Mitsibishi L300 na huli sa aksidente nagkawarara pa sa pinangyarihan na lugar. (BICOLSTANDARD.COM)
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Negociante binadil sa Daet, CNorte

DAET, CNorte – Nag titipon pa nin mga evidencia hale sa mga testigo na pwedeng makataong linaw sa pag probar na pag gadan ki Edison Genilo, sarong negociante sa banwaan na ini.

Si Genilo binadil kan dae nabistong lalaki mantang naghahalat kan saiyang agom.

Mantang sinusurat an baretang ini mayo pa nin maliwanag na prueba an mga awtoridad na pwedeng makatao nin giya kun tano ta pig probaran siyang gadanon.

An victima bistadong negociante sa banwaan na ini.

Mientrastanto, an pig sisibotan kan mga miembros kan familia kan victima iyo an operasyon sa saiyang lawas para mahale an bala hale sa dae pa madeterminaran na calibre nin badil.

An bala nagtadom sa likod na parte kan hawak ni Genilo, ta linikat siyang paputokan hale sa saiyang likodan.

Sa presente, nag distino nin mga gwardia sa saiyang cuarto sa hospital an mga awtoridad para maibitaran an ano man na relamaso sa buhay kan victima.

Mga miembros kan Philippine National Police (PNP) an nakadistinong guardiya  sa hospital na matao nin seguridad sa victima.

Pig probaran na kaolayon an saiyang esposa para makuanan nin pahayag, alagad nagsabi na dae pa siya preparado na magtaram huli sa kamugtakan kan saiyang agom ngonian.

Sa ibong na lado, an mga awtoridad nakikipag olay na sa mga tawo na pwedeng makataong linaw sa krimen. (BICOLSTANDARD.COM)
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CSur VGov Peña, pwedeng kastigohon Indirect Contempt

PILI, Camarines Sur—Alas 2:00 sa agang hapon, fecha 2 kan Junio, dadangogon kan Commission on Elections (Comelec) en banc an mosyon ni Atty. Ariel Abonal na naghahagad na kastigohon si Vice Gobernador Fortunato "Ato" Peña sa casong Indirect Contempt.

Camarines Sur V\ice Governor Peña, pwedeng kastigohon Indirect Contempt
Si Abonal iyo si pigdeclarar kan Comelec na saro sa duwang bokal na nanggana sa election kan 2013.

Nangyari an siring na bagay kan cancelaron kan poll body an Certificate of Candidacy ni Romulo O. Hernandez, sa rason na nagbalga siya kan pig aapod na three term limit rule.

Enot kaini, sa petisyon ni Abonal, si Peña sinusugong magpaliwanag sa laog nin limang aldaw pagkarecibe kan Order kan Comelec, kun tano ta siya dae dapat na kastigohon kan pinaka magabat na silot, sa pag olog-olog asin dae pagsunod kan pagboot kan ahensya kan gobierno.

Kun dae ma combensir an Comelec kan saiyang paliwanag, kakastigohon siya nin Indirect Comtempt.

An sinambit na kastigo may katoyohan na dae na pangarogan kan sisay pa man, an naging gawi asin desisyon ni Peña.

An Comelec nagpaguiromdom sa Vice Gobernador na sinda sana an ahensiya kan gobierno na may poder asin awtoridad kan mga bagay dapit sa election.

Magigiromduman na si Peña, pinadarahan na kan gabos na mga papeles hale sa Commission on Elections na nagsasabi na si Abonal iyo an tunay na elihidong board member kan ika duwang distrito kan Camarines Sur.

Alagad pigtuyo niya asin habong honrahon an nasambit na desisyon.

An kasuguan ki Peña ipinaisi saiya por medio kan kapareyong Order na ipinadara sa Regional Election Director kan Comelec sa Bicol.

An Comelec Regional Director sa Region V pigmandahan kan Comelec (En Banc) na paisihon an vice gobernador kan siring na Order.

An hearing sa agang hapon gigibohon sa Comelec Session Hall, sa Intramuros, Manila. –BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirmeng enot. Pirmeng bago.
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Principal natakot isumbong sa radyo; nagbayad kan utang sa lalaking macho

NAGA CITY –Pinahimutikan kan sarong babayoteng principal sa Pili, Camarines Sur an sahot kan sarong maskuladong lalaki na igwa siyang utang na kantidad P150.00, sa saindang sexual na relasyon na nangyari sa sarong motel digdi.

An principal sa pampublicong escuelahan sa high school nag-siringilan nin utang sa atubangan kan pulis asin reporter nin radyo, pagkalihis nin halipot na diskusyon na nangyari sa Plaza Quezon.

Nagpoon an iwal kan duwa kan hipaan ni Junior de los Santos, taga Villa-Karangahan, an babayoteng principal na nagpabisto sa gaha na Mardy (bakong tunay na pangaran).

Si Mardy  suboot  hinahagadan kan saiyang kakulangan na bayad sa saiyang servicio para sa sarong oras may kabangang romansa kan sarong bakla asin sarong macho.

Nag osipon si Junior na nagtugot siyang mag iba sa bakla pagkatapos na promisahan nin kantidad P450.00 na kabayaran sa saiyang servicio sa principal.

Sabi ni Junior si saindang contrata dapat P500.00 para sarong oras sana. Pero nagtawad pa si Sir na gibohon na sanang P450.00 asin may time extension na kabangang oras.

An problema sa barayadan

Pagkatapos na itinao sa principal an hinahagad na kaogmahan kan principal nag bungkaras tulos an problema ta solamente kantidad na P300.00 sana an idinohol saiya.

An sabi ni Sir, ta an balance na P150.00 papagadohan sa masunod nindang encontrada.

Naglipas na an labing duwang semana  dae nagpaheling si Sir Mardy sa dating lugar na sinda nagkaoyon matagboan.

Isinaysay ni Junior sa pulis na haros oro-aldaw niyang hinahalat si bayad ta nag lampas na si talaan kan pagbayad, pero dae nag abot an principal.

Aksidente sanang nag agi si Mardy kan sarong aldaw kaya dagos niyang si bayad.

Comfrontasyon sa pulis

Sa atubangan kan imbestigador makusog an boses nin Mardy na nagpapahimutik kan saiyang suboot obligasyon.

“Mayo akong utang saimo asin dae taka bisto," an alegasyon kan principal.

Maray na sanang an saro pang maskulado na kaiba sa hanap buhay ni Junior an pagpatunay kan pag-ibahan kan duwa sa motel.

Si Mardy nagkaluha na nag bot-bot nin kantidad P150.00 para ibayad sa macho, bastang dae na makaabot sa radyo an bareta kan nangyari sainda.

Si Mardy pamayo nin escuelahan sa Capital Town na kadakul an estudiante sa high school. (Report ni BOYET PADERES –BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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PDIC takes over Goa bank

Rural Bank of Goa Photo: PDIC MANILA— The Monetary Board (MB) of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) prohibited Rural Bank of Goa (...