Balatas Dumpsite, linalaoman na maisara bago matapos an 2017

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

NEDA OKs 5 multi-million projects for Bicol

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

Drink responsibly

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

Boarding house sa Naga, target kan mga mahabon

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

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Bicol LGUs warned on open dumpsites anew

Balatas open dumpsite
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOL STANDARD

NAGA CITY 9/16/17 (Bicol Standard)--The Office of the Ombudsman is now focused on enforcing Republic Act 9003 or the Solid Waste Management Act in Camarines Sur.

This is according to Environmental Management Board (EMB) Provincial Officer Lilian Ornido.

Ornido said concerned citizens in the towns of Sagnay and Caramoan have filed complaints against local officials for operating open dumpsites.

At present, five towns and one city in Bicol have orders from the Office of the Ombudsman to cease operating open dumpsites.

These are the towns of Camalig, Daraga, Guinobatan, Polangui, Tiwi, and the City of Tabaco.

Of these, only two as of press time have complied with the closure order: Daraga and Polangui.

Based on Section 49 of Republic Act 9003, the penalty for towns and cities with open dump sites is P500,000.

Meantime, Ornido explained that Naga City has been given only until December 2017 to fully close the Balatas Open Dumpsite.

"If the city fails to make good on its promise, the National Solid Waste Management Commission will have no other choice but to penalize the elected officials for violating Section 9 of R.A. 9003," Ornido explained. (With report from Joe Caguimbal)
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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Babae, binadil nin 5ng armadong lalaki sa Sipocot



SIPOCOT, CSur 9/14/17 (BICOL STANDARD) – Limang lalaki na armado nin haralipot asin haralabang badil an suspechado sa pagpabil ki Marcelina Ponteris, sa Barangay Caima, sa banwaan na ini, kasubagong alas 5:30 nin hapon.

Sabi sa report kan pulis, kasubagong alas 7:00 nin bangui, nakarecibe sinda nin apod sa cellphone hale ki Municipal Councilor Eduardo Dela Pena Jr., na nagpapaisi kan incidente na nangyari sa victima.

Base sa informasyon, an lugar na pinangyarihan kan krimen harane sa Barangay Calabnigan, Libmanan, Camarines Sur, na kun saen nagkaigwa nin baradilan an mga rebeldeng NPA asin an mga soldados kan gobierno, dai pa lang nahahaloy.

Bakong malinaw sa bareta kun mag koneksyon an pagbadil ki Ponteris sa nangyaring encounter kan NPA asin Army.

Binawian tulos nin buhay an victima, sa pinangyarihan kan incidente.
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Para sira tinadtad nin bala kan dai nabistong mga lalaki sa Masbate



PLACER, Masbate 9/14/17 (BICOL STANDARD) Tinadtad nin bala an lawas ni Amado Flores, 32, para sira, asin residente kan Barangay Libtong, Cataingan, Masbate kan mga dai nabistong mga armadong lalaki, sa Barangay Pasiagon, sa banwaan na ini.

An incidente nangyari kasubagong alas 5:30 nin hapon.

Sabi sa imbestigasyon, si Flores nagpipisar nin sira, kan may magdulok na duwang dai bistong mga lalaki.

Hinapot ngona an victima kun ano an saiyang pangaran, dangan kan maseguro na siya si Amado Flores, dai nagsayang nin panahon an mga lalaki, pinurokputokan tulos siya kan mga darang badil.

Nagburulagting tulos si Flores sa saiyang kinakamugtakan, huli sa mga bala na nagralagbas sa saiyang lawas.

An mga imbestigador nakakua nin 14ng capsula sa pinangyarihan kan crimen, gabos hale sa calibre .45 asin sarong ilog nin bala.

Nagpapadagos pa ngonian an pagsiyasat kan krimen na ini.
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2ng lalaki, dakop sa Senval Apartelle, sa buy bust operation



GOA, CSur 9/14/17 (BICOL STANDARD) –Arestado kan pulis sinda Bon Villarin y Lupos, 23, residente kan Barangay Matacla asin si Mark Joseph Mutya y Bien, 24, taga Barangay Taytay, sa banwaan.

An duwa dinakop kan mga awtoridad sa Senval Apartelle, na namumugtak sa Barangay San Juan.

Sabi kan mga imbestigador si Villarin asin Mutya dinakop sa buy bust operation, na kun saen nakua sa saindang poder an sarong sachet nin shabu asin kantidad P500.00 na ginamit bilang buy bust money.

Yaon sinda sa hepatura kan pulis meintras na pighahanda an caso na isasangat sa jusgado.

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Daet Councilor Asis warns against selling tricycle franchise


DAET, Camarines Norte 9/14/17 (Bicol Standard)--Councilor Sherwin Asis reminded those who have tricycle franchise in this town that they are prohibited from selling the same.

"Paalala sa lahat ng mga may prangkisa ng traysikel sa bayan ng daet:
Bawal pong ibenta ang inyong prangkisa o numero," he posted on Facebook.

He added that the post served as a warning against those who post advertisements selling their franchise on said social network.

"Maaari po kayong ipatawag ng tricycle regulatory unit ng munisipyo at bawiin ang inyong prangkisa kung hindi na ninyo gagamitin o kailangan."
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'Abusadong' tsuper nin tricycle, ipigreklamo


NAGA CITY 9/14/17 (Bicol Standard)--Nagtrending sa social media an retrato kan sarung pampasaherong tricycle na may body number 0940 siring man an sinasabing tsuper kaini matapos na i-post ni Anjo Santos an sinapo kaini sa driver kan nasambit nang tricycle.

Segun sa post ni Santos, kan magsabi siya na mapahatod sa Robinsons hali sa SM pigsisisngil daa siya nin 50 pesos apisar haranihon man sana ngani an nasambit nang lugar, dai ngani daa duwang kilometro.

Pinaghahagad kaini an atensyon ni Alkalde John Bongat, LTO Regional Director Noreen San Luis Lutey asin si Mr. Renne Gumba an pamayo ngunyan kan PSO.

Naghahapot si Santos sa Sangguniang Panlungsod kun may bago nang ordinansa na nagbabago na sa pamasahe kan tricycle sa naga.

An reklamo sa mga nagkakapirang abusadong tsuper nin tricycle kasali na an reklamo ni Anjo Santos an dagdag na naman sa listahan kan reklamo na haloy nang reklamo na dai masolusyunan.

Maroromdoman na kan nagtalikod lang na Huwebes kan magpahayag si Mr. Arnuld Fausto, an pamayu kan traffic division kan PSO an dakula daa an paninimbagan kan mag-aabusong tricycle driver.

Mientrastanto sa follow-up na ginibo kan BBS 91.9 FM sa PSO ki Mr. Rene Gumba, an driver kan tricycle # 0940 an pig-aprehendir na asin natawanan na nin citation ticket.

Nagpagirumdom man si Gumba sa gabos na mga tsuper nin pampublikong tricycle sa Naga na dai mag-abuso nin huli ta kun magpapadagos an siring na mga reklamo pweding sindang mawaran nin frankesa.

Dai suboot pag-ulug-ulogon an ordinansa kan ciudad ta magiging seryoso suboot sinda sa PSO sa pag-aprehendir sa isay man na mag-aabuso sa mga pasahero.(Report ni Joe Caguimbal)
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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Teen kills self after breakup


SORSOGON CITY 9/13/17 (Bicol Standard)--A recent breakup triggered a Sorsogon teenager to take his own life yesterday morning in Barangay 1 Poblacion, Sta. Magdalena, Sorsogon.

This is according to PSI Robert Kevin T. Caparroso, Chief of Police of Sta Magdalena Municipal Police Station.

The victim was identified as Jeremy E. Fortuna, 19 years old.

The police said the victim was found dead hanging on a tree near their residence.

His parents averred that their son had no companion during the incident. He also did not have enemies and was never involved in any brawl.

The result of the necropsy examination administered by the Sta. Magdalena Health Office indicated the absence of any foul play in the incident.
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EDITORIAL | Peñafrancia: The uniting force of Naga


Beneath the blazing heat of the sun, colorful flaglets flutter in the wind, quaint little stalls selling pastries and religious items line the streets, and a tuba from a marching band bellows from a distance. Truly, it is September again in Naga City.

However, it is not simply because it is September that the city of Naga blooms like an exquisite flower, but because it is, once again, the celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Peñafrancia, whom Nagueños fondly call “Ina.”

The Peñafrancia Festival, which is the biggest Marian celebration in Asia, is held annually on the month of September. Tourists and devotees from all over the world flood into the Heart of Bicol to partake in the activities and events, in honor of the beloved Virgin Mary. Anywhere in the city, everybody is brimming with festive spirit, and Naga bursts with life like fireworks in the night sky.

During the festivities, people from all walks of life participate. It does not matter whether you are the heir of a powerful businessman, or if you have barely enough to feed yourself three meals a day. Even during the Traslacion, individuals who are like droplets of water merge into a vast sea of people, and soon it becomes impossible to tell who is who, and what kind of life each one must have had. All that one will be able to see is a huge crowd, all fixated on the one thing that truly stands out – Ina, on her silver dome, her manto glistening in the sun.

Everyone works hard to make each year’s festival extra special. The church, the city government, schools, and other organizations hold contests and events. Strangers who have probably passed each other several times at Plaza Rizal before and have not bothered to give a smile or nod, find themselves cooperating on a task for the festival. Talented Bicolanos showcase their skills at concerts, parades, and pageants. An onlooker can only smile and feel genuinely happy in the “maogmang lugar.”

During the fiesta, every household prepares a number of savory, traditional dishes and serves them with the best tableware and the finest beverages. They bring out their karaoke machines and open their doors to family and friends, and sometimes even strangers who are hungry and tired from the festivities. In the churches, masses are held, and the sound of people singing the hymn to Ina becomes a beautiful chorus that echoes through the room and remains in one’s heart. People who were once indifferent individuals realize their roles as integral parts of the community. They are reminded that because everyone is a child of Ina, everyone is family.

In the end, the devotion to Our Lady of Peñafrancia is a quintessential part of the life of the Nagueño. The devotion, which started in 1710, has significantly helped in enriching our culture and creating the traditions that we still practice today. It became the foundation upon which our ancestors built our hometown, and the material that held it together to this day, even through times of adversity. We became a solid community instead of just individuals living within close proximity. Through the devotion to Ina, Nagueños grew to become a strong, kind, and loving people. The festival is a strong reminder of this, our identity as Nagueños, as well as our identity as the children of Ina.
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Stop the killing... of the oceans: Help put a stop to plastic pollution



Amid calls to end drug-related killings, a waste and pollution watch group has called attention to another type of “killing” that has to stop now.

The EcoWaste Coalition, in observance of the National Cleanup Month, asked the government, industry and the citizenry to stop the killing of the world’s oceans, citing the dumping of millions of tons of plastic waste that is contaminating the marine ecosystems and lethally threatening aquatic organisms.

To prevent plastics and other discards from spilling from land to water courses and bodies, the group advocating for a zero waste and a toxic-free Philippines called for the genuine enforcement of Republic Act 9003, or the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act.

The group pressed for the active implementation of R.A. 9003 as the Manila Bay Coastal Cleanup and Brand Audit organized by various green groups gets underway from September 11 to 20 at the Freedom Island in Parañaque City.
The nine-day cleanup and audit is organized by the Break Free from Plastic Movement, EcoWaste Coalition, Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Greenpeace, Mother Earth Foundation, Samahan ng mga Nananambakan sa Dumpsite Area, Samahan ng Muling Pagkabuhay Multi-Purpose Cooperative, and other groups.

“As we help in picking up the garbage along the polluted coastline of Manila Bay, we want to call attention to the urgent need to enforce R.A. 9003 in all local government units (LGUs) and component barangays to curb global plastic pollution that is killing the oceans,” said Aileen Lucero, National Coordinator, EcoWaste Coaltion.

R.A. 9003, among a long list of prohibitions, forbids and penalizes littering, open burning, open dumping, the manufacture, distribution or use of non-environmentally acceptable packaging materials, and the importation of toxic wastes misrepresented as “recyclable.”

“The national and local governments, businesses and industries and all other waste generators, including the households, must strive for the ‘adoption of best environmental practices in ecological solid waste management excluding incineration’ as required by R.A. 9003 and as recommended by the United Nations,” she emphasized.

“A national legislation banning single-use plastic bags and mainstreaming eco- alternatives is one of the key environmental policies that the country needs to adopt,” she pointed out.

The United Nations Environment Assembly, which includes the Philippines as represented by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), had pointed out that “(waste) prevention and the environmentally sound management of waste are keys to long-term success in combating marine pollution.”

The UN Environment (formerly the United Nations Environment Programme) had also recommended a ban or phase-out of thin film, single use plastic bags that choke marine life.

The EcoWaste Coalition lamented that the 16-year old R.A. 9003 remains poorly enforced with many LGUs failing to halt acts prohibited under the law from the ubiquitous littering to the non-closure of polluting dumpsites, and falling short of higher waste diversion targets.

For example, Metro Manila, which spends billions of pesos for garbage hauling and disposal, has a waste diversion rate of only 37%. Waste diversion covers activities such as segregation at source, recycling, composting and other practices that reduce or eliminate the amount of wastes sent to disposal facilities.
According to the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), the metropolis produces 9,499 tons of waste per day with per capita generation estimated at 0.265 to 1 kilo/person daily.

Metro Manila’s waste is comprised biodegradable (44.32%), recyclable (31.64%), residuals (23.68) and special (0.36%) wastes.

Plastics constitute 17.86% of waste generated in Metro Manila as per the MMDA’s Waste Analysis and Characterization Study.
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Sorsogon brgy. councilor nabbed for shabu


SORSOGON CITY 9/13/17 (Bicol Standard)--A barangay councilor listed in President Rodrigo Duterte's list of narco-politicians, was arrested for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 last night.

According to PSupt. Edison A. Dumangas, Sorsogon City police chief, the arrest of suspect Sigfredo Noel Serrano Decano, was made in Deocareza St., Barangay Poblacion, Bacon District, Sorsogon.

Confiscated from the suspect were sixteen pieces of heat-sealed white crystalline substance believed to be shabu.

The arrest was implemented by force of the search warrant issued by Judge Rofebar F. Gerona of RTC Branch 53.
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Aquinas U is now UST Legazpi


LEGAZPI CITY 9/13/17 (Bicol Standard)--Aquinas University of Legazpi is now officially University of Santo Tomas (UST) - Legazpi.

This after Securities and Exchange Commission Director Marylou Duka-Castillo signed the Certificate of Filing of Amended Articles of Incorporation of UST-Legazpi on Sept. 12, 2017.

The certificate is copy annexed, adopted on March 20, 2017 by majority vote of the Board of Trustees and by the vote of more than two-thirds of the members of the corporation, and certified under oath by the Corporate Secretary and a majority of the said Board was approved by the Commission on this date pursuant to the provisions of Section 16 of the Corporation Code of the Philippines.
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DPWH: No solicitation for Marawi crisis


The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) warns the public against a modus operandi involving unscrupulous individuals who pretend to be or using the name of the top officials of the agency to solicit cash or favors for the Marawi crisis.

DPWH issued the warning after Senior Undersecretary Rafael C. Yabut has received reports from DPWH field unit that an unidentified person has called to gather financial contributions for Marawi.

DPWH is reminding the public that as the sub-committee lead agency for reconstruction under the Task Force Bangon Marawi, the agency’s primary role shall be for the immediate repair, rehabilitation and reconstruction of national roads, bridges, public schools and other government buildings and not on finance or fund sourcing of the program.

The public is also advised that the DPWH prohibits any fund raising activity and neither endorsing any person or organization for solicitation from contractors, suppliers and consultants or any private individual.

The public is encouraged to report to DPWH 24/7 Call Center Hotline 165-02 any similar fraudulent activity. (DPWH)
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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Catanduanes resident found guilty of vote-buying


VIRAC, Catanduanes 9/12/17 (Bicol Standard)-- A resident of Bato, Catanduanes, who was a leader during the 2013 synchronized barangay and SK elections, was found guilty of the crime of vote-buying defined under the Omnibus Election Code.

Susan Palomer y Traquena has been sentenced to suffer the indeterminate penalty of imprisonment from two years as minumum to four years as maximum and shall not be subject to probation.

In addition, she is disqualified from holding public office and deprived of the right of suffrage, according the decision signed by Presiding Judge Lelu P. Contreras of the Regional Trial Court Branch 43 Virac, Catanduanes on Sept. 5, 2017.

According to the judgment, Palomer willfully, unlawfully and feloniously gave Alex Bobis y Teves, a resident and a voter of Barangay Binanuahan, Municipality of Bato, a piece of campaign material.

The material, which read "Iboto Apolio 'Polo' Taroy para Kapitan," followed by a line-up of candidates for barangay kagawad, was stapled to a P100 bill.

The same had the purpose of inducing the said voter to vote for the persons whose names were listed in the said material.

The incident occured on or about 6 a.m. on October 28, 2013, on the date of the synchronized barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections.

Palomer was charged for and was found guilty of violation of Article XXII, Section 261, paragraph (a) of the Omnibus Election Code, as amended. (With report from Ramil Soliveres)

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Manila FAME October show to highlight PH culture, design ingenuity

Manila FAME, the Philippines’ premier lifestyle and design event, is set to make waves again among international and local buyers as it returns on October 20-22 with a range of new show features and artisans in a showcase of the country’s rich cultural heritage and design ingenuity.


The 66th edition of Manila FAME will strip down to its roots to present a show built upon the intertwine of the country’s rich cultural heritage and design excellence and the promotion of Philippine products. Artisans from across the country will showcase their best products at the World Trade Center Metro Manila and the Philippine Trade and Training Center in Pasay City across the three-day event.

“For this edition of Manila FAME, we put focus on how our culture has influenced generations upon generations of Filipino artisans. Manila FAME has always stood as a canvas to which the best of Philippine lifestyle and design talents embellish their work to showcase the country’s vibrant and multi-layered cultural heritage,” said CITEM Executive Director Clayton Tugonon.
No less than eight show features will be included in the upcoming show. New Generation Weaves, a staple of Manila FAME for the past three editions, will return with Paris-based design specialist Nelson Sepulveda at the helm. Sepulveda will work with more than 30 small and medium enterprises to invoke harmony and balance through Philippine craftsmanship and the beauty of natural raw materials.
GREAT Women Project 2 will also return to highlight the works of women artisans across the country. The project was launched by the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) in partnership with the DTI Project Management Team and is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency.

World-renowned designer Tony Gonzalez will also have his own curated setting that will marry the strengths of each Manila FAME participant to create a versatile collection made to match a variety of material requirements, techniques, and price points. Design Commune: Patterns and Palettes will be presented in four themes: Blues and Whites, Ethnic Nomads, Green Tinted, and Natural Black and White.

“Small and medium enterprises from across our country will join us in October to showcase the best artisanal products the Philippines has to offer,” Tugonon added. “Through Manila FAME, we will work towards supporting the success of our artisans and uplifting the Philippine brand internationally.”
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The Center for International Trade expositions and Missions (CITEM), the export promotions arm of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is the proud organizer of the Manila FAME – the second longest-running trade show in the Asia-Pacific, and the only trade event in the Philippines approved by Union des Foires Internationales, a Paris-based association of trade fair organizers founded 90 years ago in Italy.

Manila FAME is a bi-annual business sourcing platform of export ready and finely crafted furniture and home furnishings, holiday gifts and décor, and fashion accessories. It showcases the best of Philippine design and craftsmanship. For more information, please visit http://www.manilafame.com/
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Nov. 17 is National Students’ Day soon


The House of Representatives, through viva voce voting, this week approved on second reading House Bill 6283 which seeks to declare November 17 of every year as National Students’ Day in recognition of the contribution of student activism to Philippine democracy.

Principally authored by Reps. Evelina Escudero (1st District, Sorsogon) and Carlos Isagani Zarate (Party-list, Bayan Muna), the bill recognizes the value of inculcating love of country and social responsibility among the youth, and supports the observance of International Students’ Day which was spearheaded by the International Students’ Council in 1941 to commemorate the execution of nine Czechoslovakian students who fought against the Nazi occupation.

“In accord with the observance of International Students’ Day and in recognition of the invaluable contribution of student activism to Philippine democracy for initiating efforts to foster leadership among Filipino students, November 17 of every year is hereby declared as National Students’ Day,” the bill states.

The bill provides that an annual program of activities for the observance of National Students’ Day shall be prepared and implemented, with the National Youth Commission (NYC) serving as the lead agency.

The Department of Education (DepEd) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) shall support the NYC in all efforts to facilitate and promote related activities to all public and private schools.

All schools, colleges and universities are encouraged to extend their full support for exercises and activities launched by students during the observance of National Students’ Day.

“The bill’s passage is likewise in keeping with the avowed duty of the State to inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism, and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs,” said Escudero.

Since it was first commemorated in London by the International Students’ Council in 1941, the tradition has been kept by various student organizations worldwide. “In the Philippines, the time has come for Congress to formally recognize the celebration of International Students’ Day as part of its commitment to legislate laws for the youth’s social, intellectual, and moral development,” said Zarate.

Zarate said Filipino students have long been at the forefront of Philippine history. During the Spanish colonization, although it was the Katipunan that eventually led the revolutionary movement against the colonizers in 1898, the contribution of the student reformists helped open the minds of many Filipinos into supporting the fight for freedom and democracy, he said.

“The student movement continues to demonstrate its unfailing commitment to fight against all forms of discrimination, oppression and injustice. Education for all is a call continuously made by groups such as the National Union of Students of the Philippines, the League of Filipino Students, the College Editors Guild of the Philippines, and the Student Christian Movement of the Philippines,” said Zarate.

Aside from Escudero and Zarate, Reps. Ramon Durano VI (5th District, Cebu), chairman of the committee on basic education and culture, and Ann Hofer (2nd District, Zamboanga Sibugay), chairperson of the committee on higher and technical education, sponsored the bill on the floor.

The bill is also authored by Durano, Hofer, Reps. Christopher de Venecia, Mark Go, Pablo Ortega, Federico Sandoval II, France Castro, Celso Lobregat, Micaela Violago, Mercedes Cagas, Michelle Antonio, Lorna Bautista-Bandigan, Sara Jane Elago, Rosemarie Arenas, Luisa Lloren Cuaresma, Carlito Marquez, Ruwel Peter Gonzaga, Salvador Belaro Jr., Gabriel Bordado Jr., Aurekio Gonzales Jr., Lianda Bolilia, Fernando Gonzalez, Jesulito Manalo, and Glona Labadlabad.
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Bicolano bags silver medal in int'l science tilt


NAGA CITY 9/11/17 (Bicol Standard)--A Bicolano student bagged the silver medal in the 11th International Earth Science Olympiad in Cote d'Azur, France.

Eugene Fajardo Toribio, is a Senior High School student at the Philippine Science High School Bicol Region Campus in Goa, Camarines Sur.

Students were tested in their skills in all the major areas of the Earth sciences in the IESO.

It took place from August 22 to 29, 2017.

Three other Filipino students won medals in said competition.
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Bicolana crowned Miss Nature Intercontinental 2017



NAGA CITY 9/11/17 (Bicol Standard)--A Bicolana from Iriga City was crowned Miss Nature Intercontinental 2017 in Szczecin, Poland yesterday.

Sarah Christine Bona is the first Filipina to win the crown.

Bona, who was one of the official candidates in the Binibining Pilipinas 2016, is 26 years old.

She is a business woman, registered nurse, licensed midwife, and certified caregiver.

Miss Nature Intercontinental is an international beauty contest combined with projects related to nature conservation, environmental education, information on global industry development and its environmental impact, and promoting healthy lifestyles for both children and adults.
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