Ombudsman Morales sacks Mayor Gaite

Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales has ordered the dismissal of town mayor Melquiades Gaite from office, due to the allegedly anomalous lease contract agreement for the lease of the public market.

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.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Unattended bag causes bomb scare

NAGA CITY 12/10/16 (Bicol Standard) — A bomb sniffing dog together with a  team of bomb experts were sent to the BPI branch at Evangelista St., at 8:30 a.m. today to secure the place where a bag was left unattended that had caused serious alarm.

Photo by Oscar Esmenda

PSrSupt. Julius Munez, told the BICOL STANDARD that he received a call from the bank manager regarding the said bag, which appears to contain suspicious contents, which was why he ordered that the place be immediately secured.

“When the bomb sniffing dog reached the place, it immediately sat upon the bag,”  Muñez said.

“That is reason why the bag was wrapped and placed in a bullet mat container  to be sure that nobody gets injured, in case it explodes,” he added.

The reports say that at around 8:10 a.m. a woman went to the ATM machine of the bank to withdraw money. But she had noticed that a bag was on the floor, and nobody seems to be attending to it, according to the investigator.

Meanwhile, at 11:30 a.m. today, Munez said that the bag contains personal items belonging to a woman whose identity is still unknown.
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Online betting sa burolang, iimbestigaran kan Congreso

MANILA 12/10/16 (Bicol Standard) -- Pighahace ngonian kan Camarabaja an mahiwas na imbestigasyon mapadapit sa dae awtorisadong online cockfight betting, na mas popular sa apod na global na burulang.


An imbestigasyon nagbungkaras huli sa reklamo kan mga official kan Philippine Racing Commission (PRC) na nagsabi na an online cockfighting iyo an casusa kan pagsukamang kan engreso kan nasambit na ahensya kan gobierno.

Ini an pahayag ni PRC Chairman Andrew Sanchez sa atubangan kan mga miembros kan House Committee on Games and Amusement.

Sabi niya, mantang an pagtaya sa bulang legal, alagad duda siya kun legal an pag gamit kan off-track betting sites, arog kan inaapod na e-Sabong.

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Sa ibong na lado, an Games and Amusement Board (GAB) nagpahayag sa kapareyong tiripon na nagtao sinda nin bendisyon sa Manila Cockers Club, na subsidiary kan Manila Jockey Club, na ipaheling por medio nin livestream an burolang sa mga “awtorisadong” bulangan sa Binangonan, Rizal.

Si dating Palawan Governor Abraham Khalil Mitra, na iyo an bagong chairman kan Games and Amusement Board nagpahayag man na igwang ginigibong legal na pag-adal para madeterminaran kun arin na ahencia kan gobierno an may awtoridad sa OTB sites.

Alagad, an mga oficiales kan GAB naghugas kan saindang kamot sa issue kun sisay an may awtoridad sa OTB sites sa pag-aire kaini, orog na sa pagkolekta nin buwis.

Malinaw sa probisyon kan Local Government Code na an mga bulangan nasa lindong kan mga LGUs, na iyo an dapat mag issue nin permits sa operasyon kaini.

Pinatanidan ni Quezon City 2nd District Rep. Winston Castelo an GAB na dae laogon an poder kan National Telecommunications Commission, na iyo an may poder na magtao tao nin permiso sa pagpaheling kan online cockfighting.

Si Negros Occidental Rep.. Juliet Marie L. Ferrer, sa ibong na lado nagsabing naalarma siya sa pahayag kan PRC, asin nag-recomendar na magkaigwa nin mas hararom na imbestigasyon dapit digdi.

An gobierno, sabi ni Cong. Ferrer nawawaran nin dakulaon na maray na buwis huli sa bakong malinaw na ley, kun sisay an may jurisdiction sa online cockfighting betting,

Ini an dapat determinaran kan Congreso, sabi pa ni Ferrer.
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Thursday, December 8, 2016

No. 2 sa drug watchlist sa Cam Sur, nadakop sa bulangan

OCAMPO, Camarines Sur 12/08/16 (Bicol Standard) -- Sarong high value target sa laban kan gobierno contra sa illegal na droga asin consideradong Number 2 sa Drug Watchlist an dinakop kan mga awtoridad sa barangay Hanawan kasoodma.


Sabi sa report ni PCInsp. Noel Aquino, an hepe kan Ocampo PNP, dinakop ninda por medyo kan pagserve kan Alias Warrant of Arrest si Sammy Chua, 45 anyos an edad.

Si Chua pinosasan kan mga awtoridad mantang yaon sa laog kan bulangan sa Hanawan digdi.

Akusado siya sa pagbalga kan R.A. 9165 na mas bisto sa apod na Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Mientrastanto, kan rekisahon kan mga pulis an bulsa ni Chua, nakakua pa an mga awtoridad nin tulong medium size sachet na may laog nin pigtutubodan na shabu, sabi pa sa report.

An akusado yaon pa ngonian sa hepatura kan pulis, mantang pighahalat an disposisyon kan caso.
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Nagsuntokan sa birthday party, saro an gadan

LIBMANAN, Camarines Sur 12/08/16 (Bicol Standard) -- Mainit na kurulitan sa tahaw kan maogmang birthday party an pigpoonan kan surontokan na nagresulta sa kagadanan kan sarong padre de familia, digdi.



An sabi sa report, sinukiti ni Abeth Brusi si Marlon Romagosa, na nagresulta tanganing mabungaw an victima, asin dagos nang binawian nin buhay.

Nagluluwas sa resulta kan imbestigasyon na an suspechadong si Abeth Brusi asin an victimang si Marlon Romagosa, kaibahan kan saindang mga barkada, makikidula kuta sa maogmang celebrasyon kan compleanyo.

Alagad, en vez na hampangon asin upakan an masiram na sumsoman, nagkadiskusyonan an victima asin suspechado na nahulog sa surontokan.

Segun ki PO2 Emy Rose Organis, an parapahayag kan Libmanan PNP, an suspechado naimbitaran man sana na mag-atendir sa birthday party kan tugang kan victima.

An paghuna kan mga imbitado, saro sanang ordinaryong kurulitan an nangyayari entre kan victima asin suspechado.

Alagad, nabigla an mga imbitado kan mahulog sa burolyada an diskusyon.

Sarong makusog na suntok an lagartong nagtama sa payo kan victima, na iyo na an saiyang ikinagadan.

Pig-aragapan na darahon sa hospital an victimang si Romagosa sa paghuna na nadismayo sana ini.

Pero, pagkalihis nin pirang minutos, ipigdeclarar siya na mayo nang buhay.

Mantang sinusurat an baretang ini, hinahanap pa an suspechado na nagdulag kan maaraman na nagadan an saiyang kasuntokan.
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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Brgy kagawad tinadtad nin bala sa Oas, Albay

OAS, Albay 12/07/16 (Bicol Standard) –Saro pang residente kan Brgy. Bacolod, Libon, Albay an binadil kasubagong alas 5:00 nin hapon kan mga dai nabistong armadong lalaki.



An incidente nangyari sa Brgy. Manga, digdi.

An victima iyo si Gregorio Siano y Sayson, 53 anyos, may agom, asin consejal sa barangay.

Sabi kan mga imbestigador si Siano tinamaan nin mga bala sa man laen-laen na parte kan saiyang lawas, na iyong naging causa kan saiyang kagadanan.

An suspechadong paragadan nagdulag tulos pakatapos mangyari an krimen pasiring sa dae madeterminaran na direksyon.

Si Siano iyo an ika duwang barangay kagawad sa banwaan kan Libon na ginadan, ngonian sanang semana.

Ipinahayag kan police na mapaabot sinda nin dugang na informasyon sa nangyari, pakatapos na magkatiripon na ninda an ginigibong pagsiyasat ngonian.

Dae nasambit sa bareta kun an pinakabagong incidente nin panggagadan may relasyon pa sa Concepcion Gang, na nakabase sa Libon, Albay.
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DOH appeals for injury-free holidays with community fireworks display

MANILA, 12/7/16 - Children and parents are continuously reminded to have a safe and prosperous New Year and to avoid injuries due to exploding fireworks like piccolo as Filipinos gear up for the Holiday celebrations in less than a month.

The Department of Health (DOH) teams up with the Department of the Interior & Local Government (DILG), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Department of Education (DepEd), Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and EcoWaste Coalition as it officially launched the 2016 anti-firecracker campaign which carries the theme, “IwasPaputok, Fireworks Display ang Patok! Makiisa Fireworks Display sa inyong lugar”.

In the past, DOH conveyed its messages through both scare tactics and positive approaches. This year’s campaign focuses on encouraging the public to use alternative ways in celebrating Christmas and welcoming New Year and avoid the use of firecrackers.

An Executive Order that will ban fireworks use nationwide was put on hold for next year. This will allow government to discuss its impact on the fireworks industry and find practical ways to impose
the ban. Davao city is injury-free after it totally banned fireworks in 2002.

“For this year, instead of firecrackers, the public is encouraged to use safe merry-making instruments
and alternative noise-makers such as ‘torotot’, car horns, or by playing loud music. Also, the local government units (LGUs) are urged to foster community firework display,” Health Secretary Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial said.

Last year, the DOH reported a total of 932 cases injuries nationwide from December 21, 2015 to January 5, 2016.  This was 72 cases (8%) higher compared to 2014 (860 injuries). Of the 932 reported injuries, 920 (98.7%) were due to fireworks, 10 (1.1%) from stray bullet, while 2 (0.2%) were cases of firecracker ingestion. There was one death due to massive injuries from an exploding good-bye Philippines.

Any type of fireworks, illegal or not, can cause injuries. Majority or 555 cases (59%) of the fireworks related injuries (FWRI) was caused by illegal fireworks and 277 (29%) were from legal fireworks.
Most injuries were caused by piccolo (385 or 42%), followed by unknown firecrackers (109 or 12%) because the victims were bystanders, while 103 (11%) cases of FWRI were recorded due to kwitis, followed by luces (sparklers) with 55 cases (6%).

Children should never use any fireworks as 40% were children less than 15 years old.
Most fireworks-related injuries came from the National Capital Region with 523 (56%), followed by Western Visayas 82 cases (9%), and Ilocos Region 68(7%).

In case of an injury due to firecrackers, DOH reminded that the wounds must be immediately washed with clean running water until all visible dirt and gunpowder residue is removed. The patient must immediately be rushed to the nearest health facility for proper medical attention to prevent permanent injuries and disability and deaths due to Tetanus. The DOH assures that all DOH Hospitals are prepared to attend to injuries related to fireworks.

“Serious injuries and amputation caused by firecracker explosions have life-changing consequences. It is an extreme gamble on one’s future.Every time a firecracker is ignited, a person’s life is at risk, hence, let us do all our part.  Iwas Paputok, Fireworks Display ang Patok! Makiisasa Fireworks Display sa inyong lugar,” Secretary Ubial concluded. (DOH)
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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Duterte expected to grace Bicol International Airport groundbreaking on Dec. 8

LEGAZPI CITY, Dec. 6, 2016 — The construction of the Bicol International Airport (BIA) in Barangay Alobo, Daraga is seen to push through after 12 years of delay.


This, as President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to come to Albay to grace the groundbreaking ceremony for the project on December 8 as announced by Ako Bicol partylist Representative Alfredo “Pido” Garbin.

Garbin said the President will visit Albay to grace the launching of government programs and projects, one of them the groundbreaking ceremony.

Construction of the P4.8-billion BIA project has been delayed for over a decade after two former Presidents Mrs. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Mr. Benigno Aquino 111 failed to implement the project that was widely expected to spawn development in the Bicol region.

The BIA was a flagship project of Macapagal-Arroyo, which her administration upheld to boost tourism and economic growth not just in Bicol but in the entire Southern Luzon.

But the project did not take off after former Albay governor and now Albay second district Rep. Joey Salceda abandoned Arroyo’s administration candidate Gilbert Teodoro in favor of Aquino during the 2010 presidential polls. Aquino was a classmate of Salceda in college.

The Aquino administration also promised to pursue the project as part of his pledge to the Bicolanos during the 2010 presidential elections. Again, it did not materialize due to the snail-paced release of its budget.

In June, following Mr. Duterte’s assumption in office, the Bicol representatives in Congress asked the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to hasten construction of the international airport. They blamed former Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Secretary Emilio "Jun" Abaya for not prioritizing the project.

The Bicol legislators told DOTr further delay in the airport project will continue to hamper economic growth in the Bicol regon.

In May this year, the DOTC was reconstituted into two separate government agencies--DOTr and Department of Information and Communications Technology.

Construction of the international airport was first tackled and proposed at the Regional Development Council (RDC) during the term of Albay Gov. Al Francis Bichara in the late 90’s up to early 2000. It was later pursued by Joey Salceda who became governor of the province after Bichara.

Bichara has assumed office as governor of Albay while Salceda is now second district representative of the province.

The RDC in Bicol, which is under the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA), is a key advisory body that promotes development in the region. It develops policy proposals on development issues affecting the countryside and serves as a liaison between commissions and relevant national government agencies.

When Bichara was elected Albay governor in May and subsequently voted as chairman of RDC here in Bicol he asked DOTr to revise the feasibility plan for the airport due to technical lapses which do not comply with international standards.

He said the feasibility study, which was poorly done, did not provide for adequate taxiways and has no provisions for a passengers’ tube. He said the study which was done by DOTC then was just “relocating the Legazpi airport facility to Daraga.” (PNA)
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No. 1 Most Wanted sa Matnog, nadakop na

MATNOG, Sorsogon 12/06/16 (Bicol Standard) – Yaon na sa laog na kan detention cell kan banwaan na ini si Reynaldo Generalo Sr., an sinasabing No. 1 sa listahan kan Most Wanted Persons digdi, na dinakop kan mga pulis kasubagong alas 5:00 nin aga.


Si Generalo Sr. nag-aatubang nin casong murder, na bibistahan sa sala nin Judge Adolfo Fajardo kan RTC Branch 55, sa Irosin, Sorsogon.

Katuwang sa pagdakop sa akusado iyo an mga miembros kan Matnog Municipal Police Station, Regional Maritime Unit 5, Criminal Investigation Team sa Sorsogon, asin mga tawohan kan Philippine Army.

An akusado nakatalaan na i-presentar ki Judge Fajardo tanganing basahan siya kan demanda, antes na magpadagos kan pagbista kan casong saiyang inaatubang.
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NGCP announces SORECO I, II preventive maintenance sked


NGCP has announced a power interruption for consumers of SORECO I and II on December 8, 2016.

The power service will be unavailable from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for SORECO I consumers and 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. for SORECO II.

This is due to "vegetation clearing; correction of hotspot and replacement of rotten poles to steel poles," according to the advisory.
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Concepcion Gang members: 1 gadan, 1 irido, binadil kasubago sa Libon

LIBON, Albay 12/06/16 (Bicol Standard) – Duwang pigtutubodan na miembros kan tinatakutan na Concepcion Gang an binadil kasubagong alas 5:15 nin hapon, sa Brgy. San Agustin, sa banwaan na ini.

An mga victima nabisto sa pangaran na Benjie Garing, na yaon sa watchlist kan mga awtoridad na imbuelto sa paggamit asin pagtinda nin shabu asin si Eugene Berina y Naz.



Si Garing, taga Brgy. Nogpo, binawian tulos nin buhay, mantang si Berina, na taga Brgy. Marayag, may tama nin bala sa saiyang tabay.

Susug sa listahan kan awtoridad iyo na ini an ika 28ng victima kan nagpapadagos na garadan sa banwaan na ini, poon sana kan taon 2013.

An banwaan na ini yaon na ngonian sa higot na pagbantay kan mga miembros kan army asin pulis, huli sa mga enot nang caso nin garadanan na isinasahot sa mga miembros kan Concepcion Gang, na an lider asin mga miembros taga digdi sa banwaan na ini.

Si Gilbert Concepcion, an pamayo kan gang iyo an nanginginot sa listahan kan mga pighahanap kan pulis asin militar sa rason magabat an saindang partisipasyon sa garadanan, harabonan, kabale na an pagbariwas kan ipinapangalad na shabu.

Mientras na sinusurat an baretang ini mayo pang malinaw na motibo kan pinakabagong caso nin paggadan.
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PNP prepares raps vs 2 Taiwanese suspected of operating shabu lab in Catanduanes

LEGAZPI CITY — A top police official in Catanduanes said they are preparing to file charges against the two Taiwanese nationals suspected to be the operators of the clandestine shabu laboratory that was raided by the police in Barangay Palta Small in Virac, Catanduanes more than a week ago.

Jayson Uy
“A case of violation of section 8 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 (Republic Act 9165), that penalizes the manufacture of dangerous drug/and or controlled precursors and essential chemicals, will be filed against Taiwanese nationals Jayson Gonzales Uy and Pascual Uy before the Provincial Prosecutors Office in Catanduanes,” Senior Supt. Jeofrey Fernandez, acting director of the Catanduanes Provincial Police Office (PPO), said in his report to Police Regional Office in Bicol (PRO5) Director Melvin Ramon Buenafe.

Fernandez said six plastic containers found with a white crystalline substance inside the shabu facility disguised as a warehouse had tested positive for methamphetamine hydrochloride or "shabu".

He said one rectangular plastic container with 792 grams of the substance had tested positive for shabu while five round containers had 360 kilograms of ephedrine, that could be deemed “as almost finished products of shabu.”

Police report said in March this year, the two suspects leased the warehouse from Angelica Balmadrid.

The suspects, however, eluded arresting anti-narcotics lawmen on Nov. 26 when the raid was conducted. Jayson Uy’s abandoned getaway vehicle was later recovered by the police in Caramoran, Catanduanes. The two suspects are now the subject of police manhunt operations.

Police said equipment found in the facility showed it could produce 9.6 tons of shabu per month. Authorities said the facility is probably the biggest among similar facilities they have raided since July, the start of the government’s anti-illegal drug campaign.

Sr. Insp. Ma. Luisa Calubaquib, PRO5 spokesperson, said the case will be submitted for regular filing this week at the prosecutors’ office.

Calubaquib added the recovered copy of the CCTV cameras and a blue book found with Chinese characters with corresponding amounts have already been submitted for forensic examination to the forensic and cybercrime divisions in Camp Crame.

She said they are optimistic the results from the two divisions would be very useful as strong evidence against the suspects. (PNA)
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RTC Judge Lelu airs side on search warrant delay issue

by Ramil Soliveres

VIRAC, Catanduanes 12/6/16 – Regional Trial Court Executive Judge Lelu P. Contreras has vehemently denied the controversies surrounding her issuance of a search warrant for the mega shabu laboratory in Barangay Palta Small here.

In an interview on radio program Peryodiko sa Radyo over the weekend, she maintained that the release of the search warrant was not delayed.

Judge Lelu Contreras (left) explains her side on the alleged delay of the search warrant for the mega shabu laboratory in Virac, Catanduanes in an interview by Ramil Soliveres (right). 
Moreover, the same was not the reason why the alleged operator of the shabu lab, Jayson Uy, was able to escape.

It would be recalled that the raiding team earlier stated that before their team entered said laboratory, they had already applied for a search warrant from the court.

In the interview, Contreras narrated: “It was Friday afternoon of November 25 when I got a message from PCI Charles de Leon, the commander of the PPSC asking me if he can give me a call. I told him I was in a hearing. He replied he will communicate later.”

After the hearing, she said she herself sent a message to De Leon to tell him she was going to drop by at the Provincial Police Office.

“I met De Leon and other Police Superintendent Alex Pederio at the Intel office of the PPO. They asked me if I could issue a search warrant against a shabu laboratory in Virac.”

Contreras said she was surprised by the information she received. She asked De Leon and Pederio what their basis was in applying for the search warrant. She said the two showed her photos of the bodega’s exterior. However, she said the photos were not enough basis to issue a search warrant. The two officials said they had sent fire officers to check the area, but they were reportedly not allowed to enter.

Contreras said she was unconvinced because the requirement was for the applicants of the warrant to have personal knowledge of the bodega.

She suggested having it checked if the bodega had a building permit and a business permit for the business it was running.

“We checked with the mayor of Virac Samuel Laynes who later certified the building was without a permit. The certification from the Mayor came out early morning of Saturday, November 26,” she stated.

On Saturday morning, she received a call from Virac Chief of Police James Ronatay who said the bodega, which was on a property owned by a certain Angelica Balmadrid, has been entered.

Balmadrid was present along with Mayor Laynes and Catanduanes Crime Laboratory Chief PCI Josephine Clemen for a supposed inspection.

When Clemen was able to confirm that the bodega was filled with equipment used in the manufacture of drugs, Ronatay asked her (Contreras) what he was supposed to do.

“I told him to come to my office and apply for a search warrant,” the judge said.

“The application came to my office at 3 o’clock in the afternoon and was without witness. So I told Ronatay to produce a witness who also has a personal knowledge on the contents of the warehouse. Then Supt. Pederio came and started to draft his affidavit as witness, using a computer from my office.”

Because she still had to examine the applicant and the witness, the warrant was released at around 6 p.m.

“So you see, there was no delay,” she emphasized.

“And how on earth people would say that the ‘delayed’ search warrant caused the escape of Uy, when in fact they have seen in the morning that no one was inside the warehouse,” she added.

In connection with this, Contreras said she was dismayed by what happened, especially since communication arrived from the Supreme Court questioning her for the “delayed” search warrant.

“Never in my entire service as judge of this province that I delayed the issuance of a search warrant. I always make myself available for its issuance even during nighttime,” she said. (RAMIL SOLIVERES)
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Presyo kan kuryente sa Albay nagbarato nin P1.00 /kwh, sabi kan APEC

ni Vince Villar, BICOL STANDARD ALBAY

LEGAZPI CITY 12/06/16 (Bicol Standard) -- Piso an ibinaba sa singil sa kuryente sa Albay sa nakalihis na duwang bulan, segun sa pahayag kan Albay Power and Energy Corporation-San Miguel Corporation (APEC-SMC).

Segun ki Pat Gutierrez, spokesperson kan APEC, an dating P8.80/kwh na presyo kan kuryente, nagi na ining P7:80/kwh na sana ngonian.



An rason kaini iyo an pagdakul nin supply nin tubig sa mga hydropower plants, huli sa padagos na pag-uran sa nakaaging mga aldaw, sabi sa intrevista kan BICOL STANDARD.

An sabi pa ni Gutierez piglalaoman ninda na orog pang mababa an presyo kan kuryente kun dakul an supply nin tubig sa halawig na panahon.

Mientrastanto, kabale sa maray na bareta iyo an paglangkaw kan collection efficiency kan APEC kan nakaaging Nobyembre.

Paghale sa dating 23% naging 36% an collection ninda.

An pinakadakulang parabayad iyo an mga inaapod na High Voltage Account (91%), sunod an mga Low Voltage Account, siring kan mga Local Government Units (LGUs), (50%) asin an pinakamaluya man guiraray na parabayad iyo an mga residential houses, na paghale sa 23%, pero ngonian, 34% sana.

Sabi ni Gutierez an pinaka dakulang angat sainda kun pano maglangkaw an collection hale sa residential consumers, na 50% kan kabilogan kan 187,000 na total na consumedores nin kuryente.

Idinagdag pa niya na kun 50% lamang kan mga saradit na consumedores an magbayad, pwedeng dae putolan nin kuryente an APEC kan supplier kaini.

Idinugang pa niya na an mga nagsusuply nin kuryente nagtao nin plaso hastang sa Disyembre 22 na mayabadan an utang tanganing dae magdiklom an bilog na provincia kan Albay.

Sa presente, P2.2 Billiones an utang kan APEC poon sindang mag asumir kan pagmanehar kan dating Albay Electric Cooperative (ALECO).

Dae pa digdi kabale an an dating utang kan cooperatiba na kantidad P4 billion.

Nanotaran kan manehamiento kan APEC na nagbaba man an Systems Loss paghale sa 26.60%, ngonian 22% na sana.

Sabi ni Gopengco Napag, an obheto ninda iyo an mapababa an Systems Loss sa 13% o mas hababa pa digdi.
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Monday, December 5, 2016

Parabakal nin niyog, victima nin parasalakat sa Labo, CNorte

LABO, Camarines Norte 12/15/16 (Bicol Standard) –Mga dae bistong tawo na nakasulot nin maong na pantalon asin may taklob sa saindang pandok an ipigtutukdo na nagholdup ki Edwin Dasco y Villafuerte, sa Purok 6, Brgy. Canapawan, digdi.



An victima, 48 anyos an edad, parabakal nin niyog.

Nangyari an krimen kan Sabado, alas 5:30 nin hapon, susug sa report kan pulis.

Base sa imbestigasyon, pigmandahan kan mga parasalakat an victima na tulos sainda an gabo sna cuarta, dangan pig sunudan nin pagputok kan saindang darang badil para patakoton an mga victima.

Mientrastanto, kan idinuhol na sa mga holdupper an cuarta na kantidad P50,000.00, makaskas na nagdurulag an mga suspechado.

An mga parasalakat nagdulag pasiring sa bukid na barangay kan banwaan na ini.
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Sipocot mayor threatens to shut down hog, poultry farms due to fly infestation

SIPOCOT, Camarines Sur 12/05/16 (Bicol Standard) “I will not not hesitate to cancel or not issue Mayor’s and Business Permits to all poulty and piggery businessmen who do not comply with the sanitary and environmental requirements."

Photo courtesy of Vince Casilihan
This was the stern warning issued by Mayor Rogenor Astor, in an interview over DWNX this morning.

The town executive confirmed that since last year, his attention was called upon by the residents of Calagbangan North, Calagbangan South, Villazar, Vigaan, and Bolo Norte, due to the widespread housefly infestation that has become a serious health and sanitary issue.

“The zoning ordinance of Sipocot is already approved. I have directed my staff to conduct an ocular inspection of all poultry and hog farms. If it is found out that their farm is located within the prohibited area, I will not issue the necessary permits for their business operation,” Astor said.

“Last year we have already discussed this matter. We acceded to their request for a moratorium on the closure of those that violate existing rules, that’s why for this coming year we have decided to implement the full force of the law,” he added.

Astor reiterated that before the LGU approves the business permits of poultry and hog raisers, barangays also issue barangay permits. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) also issues Environmental Compliance Certificates (ECC).

"These are done to safeguard the best interest of my constituents," he said.

Astor emphasized further that before any business permit is approved, he presumes that everything is in order.

"Anyway, I will look into this problem. Any violator will be held accountable," he said.

This health and environmental concern has been the major clamor of the residents for some time but was only seriously considered by the local leadership when Bicolano activist Vice Casilihan posted photos and videos of the housefly infestation problem on Facebook.
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Spate of killings: 27 deaths attributed to Concepcion Gang

NAGA CITY 12/5/16 (Bicol Standard)—No less than 27 persons have succumbed to the series of brutal killings in the agricultural town of Libon allegedly brought about by the terroristic activities perpetrated by the dreaded Concepcion Gang.


The latest victim, who died yesterday at 4 p.m, was identified as Gilbert Misambique, an incumbent barangay councilor of Bonbon, Libon.

Police records show that the feared gang members have been allegedly active in illegal activities from extortion to the illegal drug trade to cold-blooded murder. This has produced a chilling effect upon probable witnesses who may testify against their operation.

Over the weekend, Bicol PNP Chief Supt. Melvin Buenafe told the Bicol Standard that a composite team of the police and the army will be assigned to man checkpoints to assure the residents of their security.

It will be recalled that Gilbert Concepcion, the gang leader, was implicated in the murder of Makati City Engr. Nelson Morales and several other.

He is also tagged as responsible for the death of his own father and the rape of a cousin, apart from the strings of killing incidents that have been recorded in the police blotter since 2013.

At present, reward money amounting to P3.5-million is said to be up for grabs for anybody who can give information as to his whereabouts.

For his part, Libon Mayor Wilfredo Maronilla during the latest Peace and Order Council Meeting  called upon his constituents to rally behind him in containing the ongoing criminality.

He also mentioned that a resolution requesting the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption, through its chairman Dante Jimenez to help in raising funds to be paid to the informer who could aid in spotting Concepcion.

Chief Supt. Buenafe, on the other hand, echoed the same views that the support of the residents is earnestly needed to address the problem.

He warned that Gilbert Concepcion and his gang are heavily armed and dangerous.
Government operatives will not take this issue sitting down, Buenafe added.
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Payroll money, pigholdup sa Sipocot

SIPOCOT, CSur 12/05/16 (Bicol Standard) – Pwedeng mga dating laborers kan HGG Construction an imbuelto sa pagholdup kan saindang payroll money kan Sabado, Diciembre 3, digdi.


Ini an sinabi ni alkalde Ogie Astor, sa intrevista kan BBS DWLV ngonian na aga.

Segun sa alkalde, igwa nin declarasyon an may dara kan cuarta na fuersahan siyang tinutukan nin badil dangan inagaw kan tulong mga badilan na mga joven na lalaki an dara niyang payroll money, na pambayad kuta sa mga trabahador kan construction firm.

Sabi pa ni Astor, nag-aabot sa kantidad P370,000.00 an nalalayay na cuarta kan mga holduppers.

“Nagpaputok pa ngani kan saindang mga badil. Mga araki pang lalaki an nagholdup,” sabi pa kan alkalde.

Marikas sindang nagkutipas padulag, lunad nin motorsiklo an mga suspechado.

Hastang sinusurat an baretang ini nagpapadagos pa an pag-imbestigar kan pinakabagong caso nin pananalakat digdi.

Maroromdoman na an mga pulis nagpatanid sa publiko na maging maingat na maray ngonian na bulan nin Pasko huli sa susug mismo sa saindang experiencia kadakul an mga arog kaining krimen an nangyayari.

Enot kaini, victima nin holdup an sarong gasolinahan sa banwaan kan Pamplona, nagsunod an nangyari sa Libmanan, asin ini an pinaka bago.
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Miembro kan Concepcion Gang sa Libon, binawian nin buhay

LIBON, Albay 12/03/16 (Bicol Standard) – Nagadan na kasuodma si Gilbert Misambique y Sagubiense, na pigsasahotan na miembro kan pigtatakutan na Concencion Gang, na aktibong nag-ooperar sa banwaan na ini.



Si Misambique na elihidong kagawad sa Brgy. Bonbon, binadil kan sarong aldaw nin duwang dae bistadong mga tawo kan Deciembre 3, alas 4:00 nin hapon.

Susug sa pinakahuring dispacho kan bareta kasuodmang hapon, si Misambique nagadan mientras na pigbubulong sa Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital (BRTTH) sa Legazpi City.

Napatodan siya nin hinangos poco mas o menos ala 1:05 nin hapon, sabi sa declarasyon ni Dr. Joana Abitria asin Dr. Reginald Yu.

Nangyari an pagbadil sa victima sarong aldaw pagkatapos na magsugo si Bicol PNP Regional Director Chief Supt. Melvin Buenafe nin lagdoan na paghasog kan mga armadong paragadan na miembros kan Concepcion Gang.
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