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Sindikato ng lipat-land title sa Botolan, Zambales talupan

Dapat matapos na ang kalokohan ng mga nagbebenta ng lupa partikular ang mga beach front sa bahagi ng Danacbunga, Botolan, Zambales. The post Sindikato ng lipat-land title sa Botolan, Zambales talupan first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerAug 6th, 2022

3 patay sa outing sa Botolan; paslit, 6 araw nang pinaghahanap

MANILA, Philippines – Patuloy ang Search and Retrieval (SR) operation ng mga awtoridad sa kaawa-awang 13 anyos na babaeng kasama sa apat na napaulat na nalunod sa coastal area ng Botolan, Zambales. Kinilala ang hinahanap na biktimang si Rayne Santiago na kaanak ng tatlong nasawi na sina Donna Santiago, 36, Rialyn Rosales, 17 at si […] The post 3 patay sa outing sa Botolan; paslit, 6 araw nang pinaghahanap appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsAug 12th, 2022

Covid, multiple claimants delay issuance of CADT to displaced ‘lumad’ in Bukidnon

The coronavirus pandemic and multiple claimants of a contested land in Quezon town, Bukidnon have caused the delay in the issuance of the Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title, an official of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples in Northern Mindanao said......»»

Category: newsSource:  davaotodayRelated NewsAug 2nd, 2021

Quieting of title

An action for quieting of title is a remedy that determines the respective rights of conflicting claimants to a parcel of land in order to dissipate every cloud of doubt over the property and to stop the one who has no right over it from disturbing the real owner......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 29th, 2021

DAR-Cebu execs face charges over land title distribution failure

Thirteen officials and personnel of the Department of Agrarian Reform in Cebu will be charged for failing to distribute 2,007 land titles to farmer-beneficiaries, the DAR said yesterday......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2021

WATCH: Gerald Anderson joins Coast Guard s community pantry

Kapamilya actor and Philippine Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander Gerald Anderson led the PCG’s version of community pantry in the sea in Botolan, Zambales earlier today. .....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 29th, 2021

Publiko binalaan laban sa mga pekeng PDEA agent

Nagbabala ang Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) sa publiko laban sa ilang indibidwal na nagpapanggap bilang ahente ng ahensya. Kasunod ito ng pagkamatay ng dalawang suspek na sangkot umano sa kidnap for ransom activities sa shootout sa Botolan, Zambales. “The slain suspects reportedly belonged to the same group of men and women who wore PDEA […] The post Publiko binalaan laban sa mga pekeng PDEA agent appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2021

Luzon’s most wanted kidnap suspect slain

The most wanted kidnap suspect in Luzon and his cohort were killed in an alleged shootout with police officers in Botolan, Zambales yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2021

Padres land Darvish from Cubs to boost MLB title hopes

Los Angeles---Japanese star pitcher Yu Darvish was obtained by San Diego from the Chicago Cubs in a Major League Baseball deal to help make the Padres an immediate championship contender......»»

Category: sportsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsDec 31st, 2020

Dagdag na 440 provincial buses sa 5 bagong ruta, bibiyahe simula ngayong araw–LTFRB

Nagbukas ang Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) ng limang ruta para sa 440 Provincial Public Utility Bus (PUB) na bibiyahe sa ilang probinsya simula ngayong araw, Disyembre 24. Narito ang ruta ng provincial PUB na bukas simula ngayong Huwebes: • Baguio City – Mariveles, Bataan • Baguio City – Olongapo, Zambales • North […] The post Dagdag na 440 provincial buses sa 5 bagong ruta, bibiyahe simula ngayong araw–LTFRB appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 24th, 2020

Group airs concern over armed men in protected area

Conservation group Masungi Georeserve Foundation has expressed alarm over the presence of armed men who have constructed a fence in a restoration project area in the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape in Rizal. The foundation, which is managing the restoration and conservation of the site in Baras, Rizal, found out about the illegal activity last Friday as they were on their way “to reinforce the station of our rangers, who have been bravely protecting this area from rampant illegal logging.” “The site is part the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape under Presidential Proclamation 296, which can never be any person or any company’s private property, as it is a protected area and wildlife sanctuary. It has been protected by various laws since 1904 as a critical watershed,” the conservation group explained. “As the authorized manager of the site, we asked for their title or permit, but they could not present any. We likewise gave our contacts so they can submit these, to no avail,” it said. The Masungi Georeserve explained that without a title, there is simply no ownership, as well as deals of so-called “rights” and tax declarations are not proofs of ownership, especially in protected forestland, it added. The group appealed to President Duterte to put a stop to the rampant land speculation and trafficking in Masungi, and all other forests and watersheds in the country. “They have suffered way too long and our collective future from floods, landslides, water loss, and climate change is kept hostage,” it stressed. The group said it has already sent letters to its implementation partners Department of Environment and Natural Resources, National Bureau of Investigation, local government of Baras, and Barangay Pinugay “to help quash the repeated violations, and abuse and neglect of our forests.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 24th, 2020

Land title issues, community to blame for slow rebuilding of Marawi – Duterte

MANILA, Philippines — The slow rehabilitation of Marawi City three years after being ruined by a five-month siege of Islamic State sympathizers can be blamed on confusing land titles and on the Marawi community itself, President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday. “You know [rehabilitating] Marawi is not easy — we started it and we are […] The post Land title issues, community to blame for slow rebuilding of Marawi – Duterte appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 20th, 2020

Mandatory appointment of PENRO pushed

Recognizing that illegal logging activities remain rampant in some provinces, Siquijor Rep. Jake Vincent Villa has filed a bill seeking the mandatory appointment of Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer (PENRO). He filed House Bill No. 7382 to amend the Local Government Code by making mandatory instead of optional the appointment of PENRO. Villa sought to specifically amend Section 463 under Chapter 2, Title 4, Book 3 of Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, to ensure that there will be an official tasked to safeguard and promote environmental protection in the provinces. “As time passes, changes to the environment in all provinces become readily apparent. From once a land of flora and fauna turned concrete jungle of buildings and infrastructures. As changes occur, in particular, climate change transformation of some of our forests lands into virtual savannas aggravated by illegal logging activities have scalped off the precious cover that in the past has served as protection against rampaging rain water during the typhoon season,” Villa said.  “The government should be enjoined to protect and preserve our precious forest reserves to avoid destructive flooding,” Villa said.  “It is also for the same reasons that the government should designate an official who should be responsible for ensuring that the lands in every province are protected from wanton and illegal cutting of logs and that in areas where reforestation is needed, the same shall be undertaken to avoid destructive flooding in the future,” he added.  HB 7382 also seeks to amend Article 115 (b) of the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of RA No. 7160 by including PENRO in the list of appointive provincial officials. At present, there are only 13 mandatory appointive provincial officials – Secretary to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, provincial treasurer, provincial accountant, provincial budget officer, provincial planning and development coordinator, provincial engineer, provincial health officer, provincial administrator, provincial legal officer, provincial agriculturist; provincial social welfare and development officer, provincial veterinarian, and provincial general services officer......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 19th, 2020

Easy for Casimero to land big fights, says Gibbons

This is due to his consistent success in the ring — including a successful title defense of his WBO bantamweight belt against Ghanian foe Duke Micah last week......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 30th, 2020

WHAT IF Marck Espejo played for DLSU?

We all know what Marck Espejo brought to Ateneo when he donned the Blue Eagles jersey in the UAAP. He led the blue and white to three straight titles in five consecutive Finals appearances in indoor volleyball and captured Ateneo’s first and so far lone championship in beach volleyball. As a player, Espejo achieved a feat difficult to surpass if not replicate. A Rookie of the Year award, five straight Most Valuable Player honors aside from other individual accolades. The Marikina pride even registered the league’s most points in a game with 55 during his last tour of duty with the Blue Eagles in Season 80. Espejo’s impact left a lasting imprint not only to the Blue Eagles but also to the entire league. Arguably, his persona could even also be attributed to the renewed popularity of men’s volleyball in the country which for years failed to bask in the same limelight enjoyed by women’s play. Indeed, Ateneo found a precious gem in Espejo. But what if Espejo decided to take his talents to a different school? Let’s say, De La Salle University. After all the green and white was actually one of Espejo’s options heading into college. [Related story: DID YOU KNOW? Marck Espejo almost played for DLSU] If Espejo played for the Green Spikers, he would definitely be a game changer. The Ateneo-National University championship rivalry wouldn’t have happened. Instead, it would’ve been the Bulldogs and Green Spikers duking it out for the crown during Espejo’s UAAP stint.      “Kung sa amin siya naglaro panigurado malaki ‘yung impact sa team namin kasi alam naman natin si Marck malakas talaga siya kahit buong team kaya niyang dalhin,” former DLSU setter and now assistant coach Geuel Asia told ABS-CBN Sports. Asia, who played for the Green Spikers from Season 75 to Season 79, added that he’s very familiar with Espejo's game as they were teammates when the National Capital Region ruled the 2012 Palarong Pambansa in Lingayen, Pangasinan.       “So malakas ang impact niya sa DLSU kung sakali. Power and mind maglaro si Marck so malaki ang matutulong niya sa DLSU,” said the former national team playmaker and Espejo's Cignal HD Spikers teammate. "Fit din siya sa system. Kahit na anong sistema aayon sa kanya, magiging comfortable siya."  In fact, with him on board DLSU in Season 76, the Green Spikers might have even gotten a trip to the Final Four. The Green Spikers, who finished third n Season 75, were eliminated by Adamson University in the playoff for no. 4 spot the following season.  Imagine Espejo adding more firepower to DLSU, which already had Season 75 MVP Red Christensen, Raymark Woo, Aaron Calderon, Ralph Calasin and Philip Cerveza. “Sobrang lakas talaga kung nangyari ‘yung ganun. Kasi yun din time na yun malakas si Woo eh,” said Asia. With Espejo, who was second in scoring in his rookie year and was in the top 10 in spiking, blocking, service and digs, DLSU might not even need to go to the playoff for a semis spot. Heck, the Green Spikers might even land at no. 2 - just like how Espejo led Ateneo into the Finals in Season 76 to face NU – considering that Christensen, Woo and Cerveza that year were consistently producing big numbers and contributing well on defense.      Of course, that team would still find it difficult to surpass the powerhouse Peter Torres-led Bulldogs in the championship. But at least that would’ve given DLSU the much-needed championship experience. Let’s say Woo didn’t suffer a knee injury during the pre-season while playing in a ligang labas that forced him to sit out  year, then DLSU would have remained a solid contender in Season 77. There might even have been the possibility that the Green Spikers ended a decade-long title-drought that year as they would have been parading an experienced and solid lineup composed of Espejo, Woo, setters Brendon Santos and Asia, libero Jopet Movido, Calderon, Christensen, Mike Frey, Arjay Onia, Cris Dumago and Calasin. The possibility of DLSU winning another title or two in the next three seasons with Espejo at the helm might not be far from reality.    But then of course Season 80 would be a different story. That year the Green Spikers would’ve parted ways with most of its veterans leaving Espejo, Onia, Dumago and Frey leading a young team piloted by third year setter Wayne Marco.    Even if DLSU did manage to crawl its way back into the Finals in Espejo’s last year, it would be extremely difficult to hurdle the Bulldogs parading a tall and very talented crew led by ace hitter Bryan Bagunas, Kim Malabunga, Madzlan Gampong, James Natividad, Francis Saura, setter Kim Dayandante and libero Ricky Marcos.    But then again, a DLSU squad bannered by Espejo in the UAAP would have definitely been a sight to behold. Too bad we could only imagine the what ifs.   ---    Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 19th, 2020

UAAP 77 Finals MVP Aroga on Coach E: He s my Phil Jackson

In 2014, Eric Altamirano guided National University to its first championship in 60 years. It may be just one title in his six-season stint there, but for a blue and gold side which has long been suffering, it was an all-important one. And so, coach Eric will remain a beloved figure in Sampaloc for all his life. Apparently, he also remains a beloved figure in Dallas in the US - at least in the house where Alfred Aroga now resides in. Reminiscing about the Bulldogs' historic championship in The Prospects Pod, that year's Finals MVP was asked about what Altamirano means to him. "Coach E, as I've always said, he's my Phil Jackson," he answered. Jackson was the coach for the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls' six championships, the Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers' three-peat, and, finally, the Kobe-led LA Lakers' back-to-back. In terms of rings, Coach Phil has Coach E beat, without a doubt. In terms of life lessons, though, "The Zen Master" is apparently not that far from the always amiable Filipino mentor. "I will call his house 'The Promised Land' because there are a lot of players that went in that house and look where they are today," Aroda said. "In his house, he didn't care where you came from, if you're black, green, yellow, blue. He didn't care about it. As long as you're in his house, there are rules to follow and those rules help you be a better person." Transferring from Cameroon to Manila, the 6-foot-7 big man stayed in the Altamirano household for all of his time in blue and gold. There, he learned all about discipline - something he had formerly failed to grasp. "There's a curfew, first of all. Then there are things you can't do - you can't drink, you don't smoke, you don't womanize, you go to Church, you got to be respectful," he shared. He then continued, "His family really embraced me and I needed that because I remember when I first went to the Philippines, I was like a wild animal, I was so aggressive, I didn't know how to respond to adversities so he had to coach me on that." For all of that, Aroga is nothing but thankful. "Coach E is always there for me. Coach, I would never repay you for everything you did for me so the only thing I can do is be successful and be grateful that I had you," he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 15th, 2020

NCIP conducts dialogue in Paquibato and Marilog

DAVAO CITY August 10 (PIA) - Real land title of the Ancestral Domain claim of the Aeta Tribe, constant presence of the soldiers in Paquibato District, bringing back the confidence on the civilian-s.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsAug 12th, 2020

WHAT IF... Aldin Ayo stayed in Letran

History lesson: Aldin Ayo won back-to-back championships with two different teams in two different leagues. As a fresh-faced first-time head coach in the big leagues, he energized alma mater Colegio de San Juan de Letran all the way to the promised land in NCAA 91. Just months later, he then steered De La Salle University's Ben Mbala and Jeron Teng-led juggernaut to the UAAP 79 title. And so, Coach Aldin is one of the few coaches who could claim to have championships in the Philippines' top two collegiate leagues - and, most probably, the only one who could claim to have done it in succession. If there was one school and one squad where the youthful mentor would be a perfect fit, though, it could be argued that would be the Letran Knights. For one, Intramuros had been his home in his collegiate days. For another, the blue and red, despite having the second-most championships, actually enters each and every season as far from the favorite - that tag, more often than not, belongs to modern-day dynasty San Beda University. And what is Coach Aldin if not the ultimate underdog - a Sorsogon native who thrives on proving himself and proving doubters wrong. With that, let us try putting him still at the Letran bench for their title defense. Despite being the one sitting on the throne, they still would be far from the favorite as they would have lost Mark Cruz and Kevin Racal just as the Red Lions were getting Robert Bolick while Arellano University had Jiovani Jalalon and Kent Salado a year wiser. Still, "Mayhem" would remain in place - meaning they would not have to adjust to a new philosophy just like what had happened in the real world with new coach Jeff Napa. Even more, Coach Aldin would just unleash Rey Nambatac while also giving bigger burdens to Jerrick Balanza, Mcjour Luib, Bong Quinto, and Jom Sollano. Just as well, he would have had brought new recruits as determined as him to prove themselves. And with all of that, the Knights would have no problems whatsoever making it back to the Final Four - only this time as the third-seeded team following one-seed San Beda and two-seed Arellano. Matched up with the run-and gun Chiefs in the Final Four, they would be able to keep up and even triumph in Game 1. In the do-or-die Game 2, however, they bow to a side that, quite frankly, was the strongest on paper as it was led by, hands down, the best point guard in college in Jalalon and the most overqualified backup in Salado. The Finals then plays out just how it played out - with the Red Lions reclaiming the crown. In the end, Letran still falls short in its title defense even with Coach Aldin remaining at the helm. Nonetheless, there stayed order to all their "Mayhem." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 15th, 2020

World Bank OKs $370 million land title facilitation loan

The World Bank Group has approved a $370 million loan for the Department of Agrarian Reform Support to Parcelization of Lands for Individual Titling Project, which is expected to help 750,000 individuals gain improved land tenure security and stable property rights......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 29th, 2020

Zambales vessel not engaged in dredging

An executive of Z2K Resources Inc. denied reports the company-owned vessel ZH 69 was engaged in dredging operations in Bucao River in Botolan, Zambales......»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJun 24th, 2020

Firm clarifies Zambales marine incident

An official of the Z2K resources, a company handling the dredging and desilting of the Bucao River in Botolan, Zambales, has clarified a marine incident that occurred in the area involving its vessel ZH 69......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 23rd, 2020