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PVO research services boost lab personnel capabilities

By: Glazyl Y. Masculino BACOLOD City – The laboratory services of the Provincial Veterinary Office (PVO) in Negros Occidental has improved to 7.87 percent in 2018. In a press release, the PVO said they attributed the improvement to the enhanced research services and advanced technical knowledge and capabilities of the personnel specifically assigned in research […] The post PVO research services boost lab personnel capabilities appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

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Iloilo has new lawyers

CONGRATULATIONS to some of the new Ilonggo lawyers who hurdled the 2018 Bar Examinations. Seven of them graduated from University of the Philippines Visayas– Yoko Marie Eguia, Federic Loise Regencia, Wade Comoro, Mayen Mar Gulmatico, Marianne Serrano, Kara Trogo, and Winilyn Joei Sancho. The other newly-minted lawyers are Daniel B. Amular Jr., Carolyn DC. Clarin-Baterna, […] The post Iloilo has new lawyers appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

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CV boxers win 1 gold, 3 silvers, 1 broze in 2019 PRISAA

DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Central Visayas ended its campaign in the boxing competition of the 2019 Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) National Games with one gold medal, three silvers and one bronze medal. The lone gilt was bagged by Shane Gentallan of the PMI Colleges Bohol. He scored 5-0 in the light flyweight division against […] The post CV boxers win 1 gold, 3 silvers, 1 broze in 2019 PRISAA appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

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KISSAH AND DAWAT: Bangsamoro is Integral to Filipino Heritage

ZAMBOANGA CITY (MindaNews/22 May) – This month is etched in our minds because of the midterm national and local elections, with winners proclaimed by the day. Among the so-called “dragon-slayers”, the 77 year-old Palawan native who end up becoming mayor of Rizal in southern Palawan, is one that I prefer the most. His win aligns […].....»»

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DTI notes export bright spot in gifts, decor, houseware

GIFTS, décor and houseware (GDH) exports in 2018 grew 23.9% amid an overall decline across many exports, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said, adding that it hopes to focus on the sector to generate more growth......»»

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UST keeps overall UAAP crown for 3rd straight year

UST keeps overall UAAP crown for 3rd straight year.....»»

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Moira dela Torre’s credibility questioned

  YOUNG singer Moira dela Torre was forced to defend herself recently from critics who deemed her inept to sit as judge on “Idol Philippines,” alongside Regine Velasquez, Vice Ganda, and James Reid, after saying no to a reggae singer auditioning for a spot in the competition. Some critics thought Moira all too brazen turning […].....»»

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And the winners are…

By DEE AYROSO The post And the winners are… appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

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UAAP 81 Volleyball: Everything was worth the wait for Deanna Wong

Deanna Wong can now call herself a UAAP champion.  The fourth-year playmaker helped the Ateneo Lady Eagles to their first UAAP Women's Volleyball Championship since Season 77 with a 2-1 Finals Series win over the very game University of Santo Tomas Golden Tigresses, led by season MVP Sisi Rondina.  The championship capped off an impressive season for the Lady Eagles, but it was not without its hurdles, as they found themselves in three do-or-die matches throughout course of the semifinals and the finals.  But of course, the victory is made sweeter because of the challenges along the way, and for Wong, the championship made the last four years of hard work and sacrifice all worth it.  "Everything is worth the wait lang talaga," Wong told ABS-CBN Sports. "This has been a very long and very hard journey for me, personally." Wong became Ateneo's lead setter in UAAP Season 80, following the departure of two-time champion and former Best Setter Jia Morado after Season 79.  [RELATED: Morado sees Wong as Lady Eagles' leader in Season 82] While her first season as the Lady Eagles' primary playmaker ended in heartbreak after getting booted out in the semifinals by FEU, Wong and Ateneo bounced back with a vengeance in Season 81, finishing the the best record in the league and ultimately, the title.  "Sa dami ng pinagdaanan ko, sobrang hirap, mahirap talaga, and I think, sobrang overwhelming lang and nakuha namin yung goal namin, and it was my first championship in the UAAP, it’s really great," she continued.  Now, even days after helping steer the Lady Eagles back to the summit of UAAP Women's Volleyball, Wong admits that it has yet to sink in.   "Parang hindi ko parin mapaniwalaan eh, kasi after four years of being in college, ngayon ko lang naranasan talaga," Wong said with a wide smile on her face. .....»»

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UAAP 81 Volleyball: Alam niya na kaya ko - Ateneo s Deanna Wong on being seen as a leader by Jia Morado

Fourth-year setter Deanna Wong was no doubt an instrumental part in Ateneo de Manila University's UAAP Season 81 Women's Volleyball title run.  Wong and the Lady Eagles bested University of Santo Tomas in three matches to regain the women's title that the program last held back in UAAP Season 77. Part of that Season 77 championship team was none other than Jia Morado, who served as a mentor to Wong during her first two years with the Lady Eagles. Now, both Wong and Morado share the distinction of being the primary setters on an Ateneo championship team. [RELATED: Everything was worth the wait for Deanna Wong] Looking forward to next season, Morado has already pegged Wong as the leader of the Lady Eagles, especially with the departure of seniors such as of Bea De Leon, Maddie Madayag, and Kim Gequillana.  “If you can lead them well, man them well, marami pa ring good weapons si Deanna kasi malalakas ‘yung mga batang papasok next year. So all she has to do is be able to lead them," Morado said in an interview with ABS-CBN Sports.  Wong, for her part, sees Morado's endorsement as a challenge to step up and as a sign of confidence in her abilities.  "What I can say is that she’s just challenging me to become a leader more pa, kasi alam niya na kaya ko, so that’s me taking on that challenge," Wong told ABS-CBN Sports. "We’ll just see na lang what happens." Wong, who will be a graduating senior come UAAP Season 82, knows full well what being the leader of a defending champion team entails, and she knows just what she has to work on.  "I think I need to improve on being more responsible pa, ‘cause I think that’s what a leader has to have and also yung pagiging disciplined din," Wong explained, adding that it was responsibility and leadership that helped the Lady Eagles return to the pinnacle of UAAP women's volleyball.  "That’s what we did to be able to get this championship, it’s that characteristic." .....»»

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MIAA remits record high P3.42-billion dividends for 2018

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) has remitted an all-time high of P3.42 billion in dividends to the national government for 2018, the agency send in a statement......»»

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MIAA remittance up 50% in 2018

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) saw a solid fiscal performance last year as it remitted a record P3.42 billion in dividends to the national government. In a statement on…READ The post MIAA remittance up 50% in 2018 appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsMay 21st, 2019Related News

MIAA remits P3.4B to national government

THE Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said it remitted P3.42 billion in dividends to the national government in 2018, fueled by the higher number of flights, passengers and additional concessions it had last year......»»

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NCCA and CCP pay tribute to the 2018 National Artists

FOR 2003 National Artist for Literature Virgilio S. Almario, the role a National Artist is a challenging task......»»

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Comelec to poll winners: Not today

Comelec to poll winners: Not today.....»»

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WIT sprinter wins gold in Nat’l PRISAA opening

A STUDENT runner from Western Institute and Technology (WIT) captured Region 6’s first gold medal in the 2019 National Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) on opening day, May 21. Ezel Divinagracia of Concepcion, Iloilo toppled the competition in the women’s 400m hurdles for a gold medal finish.  According to her mentor Noel Diel, Ezel is […] The post WIT sprinter wins gold in Nat’l PRISAA opening appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

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HDO vs suspek sa Sytin slay, inilabas

Manila, Philippines – Naglabas ng Hold Departure Order ang Angeles City Regional Trial Court laban sa mga suspek sa pagpatay sa businessman na si Dominic Sytin sa Subic noong 2018. Initasan ni Executive Judge Omar […].....»»

Source: Remate RemateCategory: NewsMay 21st, 2019Related News

COA questions OSG foreign trip expenses

The Commission on Audit (COA) has flagged the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) over its airfare expenses for foreign trips in 2018 amounting to P7.128 million......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMay 21st, 2019Related News

PVL: Ako ang Ate nila – Pablo on young Motolite squad

Battle-tested and well-experienced, Myla Pablo embraces her role not only as newcomer Motolite’s ace hitter, leader and franchise player but also as an older sister of a very young crew in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference. “Ang role ko is as an Ate sa team namin kasi itong mga ‘to first time nilang mag-pro so ako ilang years na rin akong nasa pro so kailangan ako mismo ang magdadala this coming conference,” said Pablo, who will lead a squad composed of the core of Adamson University and University of the Philippines. Pablo transferred to Motolite from Pocari Sweat after last season and is expected to bring her experience and the same intensity of play in Motolite’s maiden campaign under head coach Air Padda.      The squad will pin its hopes on youthful hitters Isa Molde, Tots Carlos, setter Ayel Estranero and middle blockers Marist Layug and Aie Gannaban of UP, which won the 2018 Collegiate Conference title. Also joining the team are Eli Soyud, Thang Ponce, Bernadette Flora, Jellie Tempiatura and Fhen Emnas, who transferred from BanKo.     Known for her scoring prowess as well as superb floor defense, Pablo welcomes the chance of playing alongside younger players. “Ngayon siguro mas magaan din kasi itong mga bata siyempre kumbaga ganado pa silang maglaro. Gutom sa bola, gustong manalo,” said the two-time conference Most Valuable Player. But Pablo knows that her teammates will need her maturity come game time. “Pero ang mga bata ‘di pwedeng pabayaan mo lang sa loob ng court kailangan may magha-handle sa loob ng court,” she said. “Ako kasi nasanay na akong may kasamang beterano sa loob ng court and ngayon ako na ang Ate ng Motolite so I hope madala ko sila.” Pablo will have foreign guest players Bosnian Edina Selimovic and Cuban Gygy Silva to her guide the young Motolite squad. “Siyempre nadyan ang mga imports namin pero kaming mga locals kami yung susuporta kung ano ang dapat naming gawin,” said Pablo. Motolite will open its campaign on June 1 against BaliPure.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 21st, 2019Related News

SIYA NAMAN: UST pride Sisi Rondina is UAAP 81 Athlete of the Year

Sisi Rondina has capped off a career year in the UAAP with yet another award. University of Sto. Tomas’ heart and soul was hailed as the Season 81 Athlete of the Year for Collegiate Team Sports in the closing ceremony, Tuesday at the Mall of Asia Arena. Rondina won the MVP awards for both beach and then indoor women’s volleyball. She led the Golden Tigresses to the championship on the sand and then to a runner-up finish on the taraflex. Now, she adds the Athlete of the Year trophy to the collection she has amassed in her last year in the UAAP. “Blessed. ‘Di ko rin in-expect na sa akin mapupunta,” she said after receiving the award. She then continued, “Para rin ‘to sa teammates ko kasi ‘di ko rin ‘to makukuha kung ‘di sa kanila.” The pride of UST is the first volleyball player since Alyssa Valdez to be recognized as UAAP Athlete of the Year. —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMay 21st, 2019Related News