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Tinu -an sa HS patay human kulataha sa iyang classmate sa Oriental Mindoro

Patay ang usa ka 15-anyos nga high school student dinhang gikulata kini sa iyang classmate nga 16 anyos sa Victoria Municipality sa Oriental Mindoro Matud sa report nga nagta -aw ug duwang badminton ug voleyball sa Aurelio Arago National High School sa Barangay Leido mga alas-4:45 sa hapon ang Grade 7 nga biktima dihang giduol… link: Tinu -an sa HS patay human kulataha sa iyang classmate sa Oriental Mindoro.....»»

Category: newsSource: manilainformer manilainformerJul 6th, 2018

Japan Signs 3 Grants for PH Medical, Educational Facilities

The Japanese government signed this week three new grant contracts focused on enhancing and building medical and educational infrastructures. The new approved contracts of the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) will provide a total of nine units of classrooms to Leuteboro National High School in Socorro, Oriental Mindoro; two operating room lights […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsMar 1st, 2018

SOCO: 29-anyos na dalaga, natagpuang patay sa Socorro, Oriental Mindoro

Natagpuang nakabalot at tadtad ng saksak ang bangkay ng 29 anyos na si Queence Star Delos Reyes sa Sitio Rambutan, Brgy. Pasi Dos, Socorro, Oriental Mindoro noong Agosto 7, 2016. Source link link: SOCO: 29-anyos na dalaga, natagpuang patay sa Socorro, Oriental Mindoro.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 13th, 2018

Oriental Mindoro village chief nabbed for drugs

CITY OF CALAPAN -- A village chief was arrested in an operation by police and drug agents Saturday morning in Gloria town in Oriental Mindoro province. Arrested was Domingo Mortel, chief of Barangay Maragooc, said Supt. Imelda Tolentino, Mimaropa (Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan) police information officer. The lawmen came to Maragooc armed with a search warrant issued by Judge Emery Joy Ma-Jabal, presiding judge of Gloria-Bansud municipal circuit trial court, around 6 a.m., Tolentino said. Confiscated from him were two sachets containing white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu (crystal meth) and a loaded a caliber .45 Armscor gun. Mortel was placed under the ...Keep on reading: Oriental Mindoro village chief nabbed for drugs.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 7th, 2018

Teen mauled to death by schoolmate in Oriental Mindoro town

CITY OF CALAPAN - A 15-year-old Grade 7 pupil died allegedly from mauling by a Grade 10 student at a high school in Victoria town in Oriental Mindoro province, police said Friday. Supt. Imelda Tole.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 7th, 2018

15-year-old student dies after being mauled by schoolmate in Oriental Mindoro - GMA News

15-year-old student dies after being mauled by schoolmate in Oriental Mindoro - GMA News.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsJul 6th, 2018

Mayors want to talk it out with Duterte

  TAGAYTAY CITY --- The League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LMP) has requested a dialogue with President Rodrigo Duterte following the deadly attacks on two mayors this week.   Maria Fe Brondial, LMP national president, said on Wednesday that the country's mayors wanted to talk with the President about his list of so-called narcopoliticians.   Several local officials on that list have been killed in the President's brutal war on drugs.   "The mayors on the list fear for their lives. I pity them. They told me, 'Mayor, we are not involved in drugs. Why are we on the list?'" said Brondial, mayor of Socorro, Oriental Mindoro province. ...Keep on reading: Mayors want to talk it out with Duterte.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 5th, 2018

Oplan Katok nets 398 firearms for cops’ safekeeping in Mindoro

A total of 398 assorted firearms were handed over by gun owners to the police for safekeeping as part of the Philippine National Police’s Oplan Katok, a door-to-door visit of police to firearm holders who have not renewed their firearms license yet. Oplan Katok nets 398 firearms for cops’ safekeeping in Mindoro CALAPAN CITY, Oriental… link: Oplan Katok nets 398 firearms for cops’ safekeeping in Mindoro.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 28th, 2018

Bello says he has no pending cases before Ombudsman

      Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III on Tuesday on Tuesday belied reports that he has pending cases before the Office of the Ombudsman.   Bello is one of the aspirants to fill the position to be vacated by Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales by July.   Reports earlier quoted Oriental Mindoro Representative Rey Umali and Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra that Bello's chances of being shortlisted may be affected because of a pending complaint against him. Umali and Guevarra are members of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC).   During Tuesday's JBC interview of the aspirants, Bello presented a clearance from the Office of the O...Keep on reading: Bello says he has no pending cases before Ombudsman.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 20th, 2018

7-year-old boy, playing with grenade, killed by explosion

CITY OF CALAPAN - A seven-year-old boy died, after a grenade, which he thought was a toy, exploded in Bulalacao town, Oriental Mindoro noontime Tuesday, police said. Supt. Imelda Tolentino, informa.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

HVT bgy kagawad jailed for shabu

A 50-YEAR-OLD barangay ‘kagawad’ in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro, tagged as a ‘high-value’ drug target was arrested by the local police in a buy-bust operation yesterday morning, Police Regional Office 4-B director Chief Supt. Emmanuel Luis D. Licup said. Suspect Modesto Leynes, a councilman of Bgy. San Vicente South, Calapan….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

Calapan bgy kagawad jailed for drugs

A 50-YEAR-OLD barangay ‘kagawad’ in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro tagged as a ‘high-value’ drug target was arrested by the local police in a buy-bust operation yesterday morning, Police Regional Office 4-B director Chief Supt. Emmanuel Luis D. Licup said. Suspect Modesto Leynes, of Bgy. San Vicente South, Calapan City, who….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 10th, 2018

Village councilor nabbed in Oriental Mindoro buy-bust

CITY OF CALAPAN - A village councilor was arrested in a buy-bust operation Saturday morning in Calapan City in Oriental Mindoro province. Modesto Leynes, 50, councilor at Barangay (village) San Vicente South, was arrested by members of the Oriental Mindoro police and drug enforcement agencies of Calapan and Mimaropa around 9:30 a.m. during a buy-bust operation, a police report said. Police, who considered Leynes a high-value target, confiscated four pieces of plastic sachets containing white crystalline substance suspected to be "shabu" (crystal meth) and P1,000 marked money. Records show that the suspect had previously surrendered in the government's anti-drug drive but returne...Keep on reading: Village councilor nabbed in Oriental Mindoro buy-bust.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

House panel tasks BIR to look into Sereno’s possible tax liabilities

Since the missing Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Networth (SALN) of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno remain missing, the House committee on justice that has been holding hearings on the impeachment case against the top magistrate in the High Court has directed the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to begin an investigation on the possible tax liabilities of Sereno, owing to her having failed to file her SALNs for 17 years when she was still a law professor at the University of the Philippines (UP). At the resumption of the impeachment hearing to determine probable cause on the complaint filed by lawyer Larry Gadon against Sereno, panel chair Oriental Mindoro Rep. Reynaldo Umali asked BIR deputy commissioner Arnel Guballa to produce a report on or before February 19 Sereno’s tax payments. Among the basis cited by Gadon in his complaint was Sereno’s alleged failure to declare in her SALN from 2010 to 2016 her earnings as one of the private counsels of the government in the expropriation of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in the Piatco case amounting to P30 million. Based on documents Gadon was able to secure, Sereno reportedly filed her SALN in 1998, 2002 and 2006, even as she was employed as a professor by the UP College of Law from 1986 to 2006.Guballa, who submitted the Chief Justice’s income tax return from 2004 to 2009, said Sereno declared her income as a lawyer from a law office.Asked about Sereno’s income tax payments representing her earnings from the Piatco case, Gubala said they are still in the process of investigating this.“We can answer those questions when we will have conducted a formal investigation,” said Guballa, adding they will try to come up with a proposed deficiency or anything with regard to Sereno’s income in two weeks.“We are still collating information. We can answer those questions when we have conducted a formal investigation,” he said.“We will try our best in two weeks. . . . I will try my best to come up with a proposed deficiency or whatever we can made regarding the income the Chief Justice had made,” Guballa added.Sereno’s camp had said the Chief Justice received the Piatco fee in tranches so the full amount does not appear in her 2010 statement of assets, liabilities, and net worth.The camp of Sereno had a statement explaining that “Chief Justice Sereno has accurately and properly declared all her earnings as government co-legal counsel in the PIATCO cases.”Lawyer Josa Deinla, serves as Sereno’s spokeswoman.Deinla added that the BIR has not served any deficiency assessment notice to Sereno during the years she filed her income tax returns.“This only means one thing: All her income tax filings when she was a private lawyer were accurate and proper,” she said.“We are confident that the plan of the House committee to have the CJ’s ITR filings looked into by the BIR would prove that the Chief Justice had paid the corresponding taxes for the income she earned while in private law practice,” she added.Gadon, in an interview at the sidelines of the hearing, lauded the order of the panel to the BIR saying this would bolster his complaint aganst Sereno.“First we got certifications she did not file her SALNs during her tenure with the UP College of Law. Now, we will get a clearer picture of how she might have avoided paying taxes for her earnings on the Piatco case,” said Gadon.“In fact, the statement of the BIR, CJ Sereno declared her earnings from 2004 to 2009 as income for her practice as a lawyer and not as a professor from a state university which is something she should have to explain, too,” the lawyer added.Gadon also said that the action of the justice committee directing the BIR to investigate the tax payments and tax compliance of Sereno is living proof of the principle that the law should apply to all, even to the highest magistrate of the land. Hearing on CJ’s IT consultantIt was also a time for the justice panel to hear from IT consultant Helen Macasaet, who has been paid hefty consultant fees, with a monthly paycheck much higher than what the Supreme Court justices get paid.Macasaet admitted before the committee that she was paid a hefty P250,000 a month as a consultant of the High Court, which is higher than what SC justices are earning.Macasaet defended her consultancy fee saying it was much lower than what she used to earn in her previous engagements.According to Macasaet, she used to earn P925,000 a month as an IT consultant for the GSIS. The House panel is on its 14th hearing on the impeachment case, this time, to determine if there was probable cause to impeach her.In a press statement issued by Gadon, it said that in the hearing conducted yesterday, it turned out that the IT contract of Macasaet was renewed without bidding despite changes in the terms of reference and increase of the amount of more than double the original contract. “It turned out also that the legal staff of Sereno had the whims and caprices of determining the amount of the increase and the renewals in violation of procurement laws . Worse, these violations and anomalies were done with the express approval of Sereno. Even worse , it turned out that the IT consultant was allowed to work at some point without the contract having been signed yet! All the procedures of procurement were clearly violated by Sereno, Gadon said.GMA Online reported that a court attorney from the office of the Chief Justice also yesterday during the hearing confirmed that it was the head staff of the high magistrate who had introduced the IT consultant allegedly anomalously hired by the Supreme Court.“At the resumption of the House Committee on Justice hearing, court lawyer Michael Ocampo from Sereno’s office admitted that he was the one who submitted the curriculum vitae of IT consultant Helen Macasaet who was allegedly hired by Sereno “with an excessive compensation and without public bidding.”He admitted that he submitted the CV of Macasaet to the BAC when he was requested to do so.But when asked if the court lawyer knew Macasaet personally, he said he did not but was introduced to him by CJ’s chief of staff as an IT expert,” referring to lawyer Oliveros.Oliveros eventually admitted that Macasaet is her friend.Oliveros said she can only recommend somebody’s character. I know nothing about the EISP (Enterprise Information System Plan) and about ICT.Oliveros narrated that Sereno told her that the court’s EISP had been stalled for a while, and the position of the chief of the management information system office was vacant at the time.“The chief justice requested a meeting precisely because she wanted to talk, exchange ideas with Ms. Macasaet regarding the state of the EISP. And after that initial meeting she wanted to meet Ms. Macasaet and introduce her to the person in charge of the EISP which was Atty. Michael Ocampo at the Office of the Chief Justice,” she said.Lawyer Jojo Lacanilao, one of Sereno’s spokesmen said there was nothing irregular in Macasaet’s hiring as IT consultant.“The Supreme Court hired Ms. Macasaet from among three choices through negotiated procurement because her services are highly technical in nature and, therefore, exempted from public bidding under Section 53.7 of the 2009 Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of R.A. 9184,” he said in an earlier press statement.The House justice panel is conducting deliberations to determine probable cause in the impeachment complaint lodged against Sereno.    With GMA online report.....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

CJ’s psych test result of 4 grade confirmed, rules call for her disqualification

Finally, after previous newspaper reports stated that then candidate for the position of Supreme Court chief justice, Lourdes Sereno, then a junior associate justice, obtained a low grade of 4, the second lowest grade, with 1 as the highest and five the lowest. This low grade was the result of her psycological and psychiatric tests, a prerequisite of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) for every candidate for judiciary posts.These reports have finally been confirmed by a former clerk of court in the Supreme Court Wednesday admitted before the House committee on justice that Chief Justice Sereno obtained the second lowest grade in her psychological test, which under the JBC rules, she should have been disqualified for the top position in the High Court.It has not been explained by the JBC why, despite her low marks and disqualification for the post, Sereno’s name landed in the JBC list that was submitted by then President Benigo Aquino.Aquino also appointed Sereno first from a JBC list, despite her having no bench experience.Aquino did not pick any of the senior SC justices for the top post. Instead, he picked Sereno, then already a junior associate justice who would serve in the SC for at least 20 years.It was speculated then that President Aquino wanted Sereno as Chief Justice, for him to be protected by the incumbent justice.Sereno’s voting record in the SC mainly favored Aquino’s cases while he was president.Lately, her vote still favors Aquino, although hers is always a minority vote.Vidal almost failed to testifyFormer SC clerk of court Vidal almost failed to testify as the hearing dragged until late Wednesday night.It was only after Quezon City Rep. Kit Belmonte called the attention of the panel chair that Vidal had not yet been asked any questions.At that point, panel chair, Mindoro Oriental Rep. Reynaldo Umali asked Vidal regarding the results of Sereno’s psychological test.Although pointing to Sereno as having received the second lowest grade, Vidal, who was also the ex-offico secretary of the JBC at that time being the SC clerk of court then, said there were others who also got ratings of 4.She however said she could no longer recall their identities.This only means that no other candidate for the High Court’s top post made it to the JBC list submitted to Aquino save for Sereno.It will be recalled that the JBC refused to provide the justice panel with the results of the psychological and psychiatric tests of Sereno. Impeachment complainant lawyer Larry Gadon said Vidal’s testimony was a big boost to his case against Sereno as the JBC had earlier rejected his request for copies of psych exam report of the chief justice, citing confidentiality of records under its rules.In his complaint, lawyer Lorenzo “Larry” Gadon said Sereno failed the psychological exam administered by the JBC and under the existing JBC policy, ‘an applicant to any position in the judiciary with a grade of 4 is unfit for the job,’” his complaint stated.There quickly went Sereno’s defense, with the usual claim that such does not constitute an impeachable offense.Everything to Sereno and her defense team is not an impeachable offense, whether she failed to file her Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Networth (SALNs) for 17 years or whether she hired an IT consultant with at first a P100,000 a month negotiated contract, after which, Sereno’s consultant had her pay increased which meant revisions in the contract which pay went on without passing through the usual route.Macasaet’s fees had increased from P100,000 per month during her first six-month contract to over P252,000 per month after it was renewed.The head of the SC’s Management Information Systems Office testified that the continued renewal of the contract of the IT consultant hired by Sereno raised a red flag.IT consultant Helen Macasaet’s six-month contract was renewed for over four years, which enabled her to earn roughly P11 million in total.The point in all this establishes that indeed, Sereno is unfit for the job of chief justice, as she has been found to be breaking too many rules and does things without the nod of the other justices.Sereno claims that all the charges raised by Gadon are not impeachable offenses. A reported psychologically unfit Chief Justice is to be retained in her post and for the next 15 to 20 years or so.The two doctors will be attending the next session.At the same time, Gadon lauded the House panel’s directive to the BIR to probe on Sereno’s possible tax liabilities. “The action of the Justice committee directing the BIR to investigate the tax payments and tax compliance of Sereno is living proof of the principle that the law should apply to all , even to the highest magistrate of the land,” said Gadon.Gadon also cited the case of Sereno’s IT consultant whose contract was renewed without bidding despite changes in the terms of reference and increase of the amount of more than double the original contract. “It turned out also that the legal staff of Sereno had the whim and caprices of determining the amount of the increase and the renewals in violation of procurement laws,” Gadon said.“Worse these violations and anomalies were done with the express approval of Sereno,” he stressed.“Even worse , it turned out that the IT consultant was allowed to work at some point without the contract having been signed yet!” the lawyer said.Gadon stressed that Sereno had violated all known procedures of procurement. The head of the SC’s Management Information Systems Office testified that the continued renewal of the contract of the IT consultant hired by Sereno raised a red flag.IT consultant Macasaet’s six-month contract was renewed for over four years, which enabled her to earn roughly P11 million in total......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Show data to support BBL’s ‘awesome’ fiscal powers—Recto

Saying that the “law is in the details,” Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto yesterday pressed the government to submit “the economic fine print” that will underpin the proposed Bangsamoro government’s fiscal autonomy.In a request coursed through Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri, Recto sought “facts and figures that will bolster the financial feasibility” of the Bangsamoro self-ruled homeland.Recto said the submission of these will clarify ambiguities in the provisions in Bangsamoro Basic Law bill, and “hasten its passage in the Senate.””Like any bill, if you scratch the surface of a provision of the BBL, you will find the price tag underneath,” Recto said.Among the data Recto has requested are “national revenue collections in ARMM since its creation to the present, as well as budget utilization of ARMM, including relevant financial statements, from the time it was created.”Included in the request are “budget allocations and subsidies lodged in different national government agencies, earmarked and off-budget revenue sources.”“The purpose is to find out if past allocations to ARMM were at levels sufficient to meet the imperatives of growth, because if these are historically lacking, then we are properly informed not to commit the same mistakes with the future Bangasamoro government,” Recto said. In his letter to Zubiri, Recto also sought additional data on the formula used in computing and allocating the proposed Annual Block Grants, “funds which are to be automatically appropriated and released by the national government.” For 2019, the Block Grant is pegged at P72 billion. “What then is the revenue basis used in setting this amount?” Recto said.Recto likewise requested “elaboration” on the nature of the Special Development Fund, or SDF, which has been pegged at P100 billion for 20 years, P10 billion of which shall be given by the national government the year following the ratification of the BBL.“What is the basis for the SDF? What are examples of projects to be funded by this?” Recto said.He also asked for the “negative list of projects or programs” which cannot be funded by the block grant or by the SDF.Recto also requested for social and economic indicators at all levels of the present ARMM, and “programs that will result in better socio-economic numbers.”He said that BBL proponents in the executive branch should also submit a comparative matrix between Republic Act 6734 (ARMM Organic Act), Republic Act 9054 (Amended ARMM Organic Act), and the BBL.“A side-by-side tale of tapes, comparing past, current models, and the future one would help us create the best BBL which will encapsulate all our dreams and visions for a peaceful, progressive South,” Recto said.The senator reiterated his support “for a constitutionally-compliant, fiscally-responsible, grassroots-accepted organic law for the autonomous region.”Speaker: PDP to campaign vs poll bets against federalismSpeaker Pantaleon Alvarez yesterday said the ruling Partido Demokratiko Pilipino (PDP) will actively campaign against candidates for senator and other elective positions in the 2019 elections who are opposed to a federal system of government.Speaking before over 3,000 new members of the PDP at the Datu Lipus Makapandong Cultural Center, Alvarez urged the people in the province to support the advocacy of President Duterte and the PDP for a shift to a federal system of government, which he said would open up the development potential of the provinces and the regions.“I have one request, please don’t vote for candidates, particularly for senator, who are opposing federalism,” Alvarez told the new PDP members composed practically of the entire local officials of the province led by Agusan Del Sur Gov. Edward Adolph Plaza, 2nd District rep. Evelyn Mellana and 1st District Rep. Maria Valentina Plaza.With the mass oath-taking, the province of Agusan del Sur became the newest addition to the PDP country.In interview with the local media after the event, Alvarez explained his call against anti-federalism candidates.Alvarez said the ruling party was pushing for federalism to ensure inclusive development, particularly of the poor and neglected areas of the country.Alvarez said it was also time to elevate the political maturity of the nation by focusing the campaign on issues instead of the old practice of politics based solely on popularity or personality.He dared the senatorial hopefuls for the 2019 elections to make a clear stand on the issue of federalism.Alvarez said that if a candidate was opposed to federalism then he was clearly against the interest of provinces and regions.Accompanying Alvarez in the event were Davao City 1st District Rep. Karlo Nograles and Oriental Mindoro 2nd District Rep. Reynaldo Umali, whom the Speaker said would be included in the senatorial slate of the administration party for the 2019 senatorial contest.Earlier, Alvarez said that among the benefits of federalism was that the regions or states would retain the lion’s share of the taxes, instead of having to make do with the meager share the central government was currently sending back to the provinces.He said it was crucial to achieve a shift to a federal system of government within the term of President Duterte, who was the only presidential candidate in the 2016 elections who pushed for a federal system of government.Kimberly Otaza, 26, municipal councilor of Loreto, Agusan Del Sur, who was among the new PDP members, said she fully embraces the idea of federalism.Another new PDP member, 45-year old Duric Gavino, a barangay kagawad of Brgy. Poblacion, Prosperidad town of the province, also expressed support for a shift to a new form of government.Gavino added that he was thankful that President Duterte and the PDP are pushing for a shift to a federal form of government.“So, we thank the President. We support federalism.” he stressed.  .....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Mindoro’s most wanted collared

PHILIPPINE National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection-led manhunt operation in Quezon City on Thursday led in the capture of the most wanted person in San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro, a report to PNP-CIDG chief, Director Roel B. Obusan said yesterday. CIDG Q.C. District Field Unit head, Chief Inspector Garman Manabat said….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

Barangay chief who once had a death wish now wants to inspire others

DUMAGUETE CITY --- The newly elected barangay chairman of Bajumpandan, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental once had a death wish. After losing both his arms and four toes of his right foot in a construction accident, Crispin Patrimonio, then 26 years old, asked that he be allowed to die and that any assistance be given to support his young family. Crispin barely finished his Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Education, Major in Industrial Arts, course at the Central Visayas Polytechnic College when he married his high school classmate Celestina in 1990. They were both 20. But instead of pursuing a teaching job, Crispin started to enjoy making money as a casual employee in a softdri...Keep on reading: Barangay chief who once had a death wish now wants to inspire others.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 19th, 2018

School admin aide nabbed in Calapan City buy bust

  CITY OF CALAPAN - Police arrested an administrative aide in a college in this city in a buy-bust operation on Friday afternoon. Supt. Imelda Tolentino, Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan (Mimaropa) police information officer, identified the suspect as Wilmar Melendrez, 50, an employee of a state college in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro province. Melendrez was arrested in an anti-illegal drugs operation by Calapan police and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Mimaropa at 5:35 p.m. in Sitio (sub-village) Ibaba at Barangay (village) Sapul. Confiscated from Melendrez were two pieces of heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu (cryst...Keep on reading: School admin aide nabbed in Calapan City buy bust.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 19th, 2018

Napocor energizes 41-km Calapan-Galera power line

The National Power Corporation (Napocor) on Saturday energized the 69 kV Calapan – Puerto Galera transmission line in Oriental Mindoro, improving the reliability of power dispatch in the province......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 18th, 2018

JBC members who backed Sereno face impeachment -- solon

THE chairman of the House committee on justice yesterday warned that impeachable officials of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) who shortlisted then Chief Justice-applicant Maria Lourdes Sereno in 2012 could face an impeachment complaint before the House of Representatives. This was stressed by Oriental Mindoro Rep. Reynaldo Umali, who….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsMay 13th, 2018