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THE DEPARTMENT of Education (DepEd) on Tuesday reported that public and private schools have canceled their classes following the yellow warning advisory issued by the weather bureau, Pag-asa.
In a message on Tuesday, DepEd XI spokesperson, Jenielito Atillo, said they further instructed Davao City schools to coordinate with their respective Barangay Local Government Units (BLGUs) for the cancellation or suspension of classes.
Davao City has been experiencing light to moderate rain showers due to
the low-pressure area.
Davaoeños are likewise advised to take precautionary measures and regularly monitor public advisories.
Meanwhile, a landslide was reported in Purok 1, Sitio Baay in Barangay Luban Road, Mati City, Davao Oriental. However, the road is now passable to ( /CLASSES/10)
Guillermo E. Torres Sr., founder of the University of Mindanao, will be recognized for his contribution to the accountancy profession as the country’s accountants celebrate the centenary of the profession this month.
To be awarded during the Centenary of the Accountancy Profession grand celebration at the Grand Ballroom of the Manila Hotel on March 17, Atty. Torres will be among the 100 notable Certified Public Accounts (CPAs) who will
ONE HUNDRED seventy-four persons deprived of liberty (PDL) at the Davao City Jail-Annex tested negative during a surprise drug test on Monday, March 13.
in the former’s area of operations.
the four proposed resolutions -
operation is a violation of we still have more years to operate before we renew our proposed legislations have
On the same day, 65 Bureau of Jail and Management Penology (BJMP) personnel at the annex also passed the random drug test without problems.
In a phone interview onvey Bryan Malnegro, the
and no longer roadworthy as
tion system here.
be paid per unit based on their
be implemented, Llanos told government to answer this managing the timelines with the Department of Transporta-neys.
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tivities on Monday alignedhay Ingatan Droga ayawan or Bida program of the DeGovernment (DILG). -
programs, so that is our in line with that to prevent
our personnel and PDLs -
than P2 million worth of shabu stuffed inside the native brooms donated to the male dormitory of the Malegro said they haven’t smuggling drugs inside the
Last month, the Senate its plan to phase out tradi-deadline was later extendedTulong Panghanapbuhay sa -
COTABATO CITY— The Philippine Airlines (PAL) on March 7 remitted to the (BTO) of the Ministry of Finance, Budget and Manage-tic Service Passenger Service a total of Php928,935.00.
Also known as the passenger terminal fee of departing from the region’s airports and being collected by respective air carriers.
“We, in the Philippine Airlines, are turning over this amount from the two tranches of remittance from January 1 to 31 of this year,” said Tubera, Jr.
“We are keeping our commitment as a partner of the Bangsamoro Autonomous
Region in bringing progress by supporting and providing airport transport service,” he added, noting that the airline company has been working in partnership with the region for almost four decades now.
PAL awarded the cheque to Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) Minister Paisalin -
Minister Amilbahar Amilasan Jr., and Bangsamoro Treasurer
was in accordance with the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed by MOTC and PAL on integrating ticketsing from airports managed by MOTC’s Bangsamoro Airport Authority (BAA). Accordingly, the memorandum provides
collection to the BTO, under the pertinent provisions of the Bangsamoro Administrative Code.
Meanwhile, MFBM reported that MOTC has been one of the ministries that produces high revenue in BARMM, reaching a total of Php87.1 million remitted to 2022.
that fees and charges collections from the different secinclude the Land TransportaMaritime Industry Authority, the Bangsamoro Ports Management Authority, and the Bangsamoro Telecommunications Commission, make them very optimistic about the future.
“Congratulations on your
MANILA – Local assemblers of automotive vehicles sold 30,905 units in February this year, 27.2 percent higher than the same month in 2022 with sales of 24,304 units, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturing of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) reported Monday.
Year-on-year, both sales of passenger cars and commercial vehicles recorded increments.
Passenger car sales increased by 21.6 percent to 7,189 units in February 2023 from 5,914 units in the same month last year.
Commercial vehicle sales rose 29 percent in the same comparative period to 23,716 units from 18,390 units.
THE DEPARTMENT of Science and Technology XI
Davao del Sur and the Davao del Sur State College (DSSC), hosted a roadshow to showcase the Grassroots Innovation for Inclusive Development (GRIND) program last February 14, 2023.
neering program that aims to empower marginalized communities by developing and strengthening its existing Grassroots Innovations through a series of S&T interventions.
The roadshow kicked
regional director Noel Ajoc provided in-depth inforprogram and shared success stories of Mindanao’s grassroots innovators.
The roadshow also exhibited interactive displays showcasing grassroots in-
novations such as tribal dresses and beadworks from tribal communities in
In a statement, PSTOlie Cancio emphasized the importance of the roadshow program to inspire and encourage more communities to take advantage of the opportunities available to them through their communityled innovations.
She also expressed
gratitude for the support from various institutions and agencies and the participation of grassroots also hopes to build on this momentum to promote inclusive development for all through Science and Technology.
through a project entitled "Mainstreaming the Sur State College."
MANILA – President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. on Monday welcomed the signing of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) and the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), citing its importance in fending off cyber attacks on energy infrastructure.
Monday’s signing is a continuing effort of the country to protect itself against any cyber attacks, Marcos said in his speech during the event held at Malacañan Palace.
Since the NGCP is in charge of a very critical aspect of the daily lives of Filipinos, Marcos said when it comes to war strategy, “we do – we conduct our wars in the same manner that we conduct our business.”
The President raised the parallelism between the previous global wars and industrial development at the time with the current advancements in business through cyberspace.
“And that is why we are continuing to shore up our defenses when it comes to cybersecurity,” Marcos said.
“And since NGCP is a critical part of our security, of our ability to continue to function as a society, then this is an important day because now we have made more robust the defenses against any possible attacks on our power systems,” he added.
Marcos said the MOU signing is a very good step as the country develops its cyber systems to secure collected data and information and prevent external actors from using them against the Philippines.
Under the MOU, NICA is tasked with integrating collected intelligence informa-
tion from various government instrumentalities, making an analysis, assessing the data and recommending actions in safeguarding NGCP’s transmission assets.
Conversely, the NGCP can share vital information on energy-related security issues and provide technical advice to the NICA.
Through the MOU, NICA commits to supply the NGCP with intelligence information to support the protection of power transmission assets that NGCP operates and maintains across the country. In contrast, it commits to provide technical assistance to NICA to support and strengthen its cyber security capability.
The NGCP forged the MOU with NICA to effectively deal with attacks from lawless elements after experiencing sabotage and bombing incidents that injured its personnel and military escorts patrolling the transmission operator’s area of jurisdiction.
The NGCP is a privately owned corporation operating, maintaining, and developing the country's state-owned power grid. This interconnected system transmits gigawatts of power in thousands of volts from generators to consumers.
On the other hand, NICA is the primary intelligence gathering and analysis arm of the government, carrying out overt, covert, and clandestine intelligence activities.
NICA directs, coordinates, and integrates all government activities involving national intelligence and serves as the focal point for the preparation of intelligence data of local and foreign situations which serve as inputs and guides to the day-to-day decision and policy-making functions of the President as other entities. (PNA)
Car sales spike 27% in February
CDRRMO chief Alfredo Baloran urged people to treat the drill like a real scenario, emphasizing the importance of muscle memory in knowing what to do during an earthquake.
While the drill was considered a success, Baloran rated the city’s performance at eight to nine, stating there is still room for improvement. He said there were a lot of govern-
ment and private offices and establishments that have joined the activity. The city’s malls were also very active, requiring customers to vacate the
DAVAO CITY (PIA)— The administration of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr carries on the programs to assist former rebels (FRs) as they lived a renewed life and to push for community development in areas previouslymunist terrorist group.
In an interview, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Regional Director Alex Roldan revealed the continued implementation with funding support for the Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP) and for the Support to the Barangay Devel-
opment Program (SBDP).
“Sa pagkakaron ang atong E-clip nagapadayon. Nahitabo lang nga dunay kalangan tungod kay nahurot ang pondo niadtong 2022, nag request ta ug budget. (At the moment, E-CLIP will con-
EQUITY FOR WOMEN. Calling for equality and equity for the Bangsamoro women, Bainon G. Karon, chairperson of the Bangsamoro Women Commission, said, “When persons are treated equally and with equity, they will be more inspired to contribute to the development of the society.” Karon opened the month-long National
Cotabato City on March 8, 2023. MindaNews
DATU ODIN SINSUAT, Maguindanao del Norte (MindaNews) — Police operatives arrested a 23-year-old councilor from Ampatuan, Maguindanao del Sur inside a plane that just landed at the Cotabato Airport here around noon Monday for alleged violation of Republic Act No. 11479 or the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020.
The suspect was identi-
tagged as the police’s top most wanted person in Ampatuan town and the fourth most wanted person in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).
Swarmed by operatives of the elite Special Weapons and Tactics- Special Operations Unit and the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-BARMM, Sangki was
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NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental (MindaNews) – A downed industrial tanker off the coast of Oriental Mindoro with 800,000 liters of fuel is killing softly the living organisms – animals and plants alike – in the municipal waters.
The water currents move the oil sludge towards the south, extending the environmental devastation to the coasts of Antique and Palawan.
As oil tends to spread thin on the water surface, it would cover a wider area as it drifts. The oil slick creates a barrier for some time between atmospheric oxygen and the ocean water, suffocating thus not just planktonic
It is also likely that the planktons that have stuck to the oil would be ingested by animals in the marine food chain, the toxin of which is carried down to higher level consumers, to include humans.
The oil sludge also smothers the corals, eel grass and algae, including mangrove saplings. It, in effect, destroys
the entire marine ecosystem of affected locations and their productivity.
It would take months for an oil slick to become so thin so as no longer to deprive ocean lives of oxygen, by the action of strong waves, currents and other oceanic disturbances. It would, however, take years for corals to recover and restore its productivity.
Accordingly, the oil spill has become a health hazard to the coastal dwellers of Oriental Mindoro. The oil stench has been reported to have caused fever, headaches and dizziness.
And, it is estimated that the oil spill will deprive
by the environmental disaster but also those involved in products. No one really knows how long would they suffer. As said, the ecosystem takes some time to recover and be productive again.
may take months. The current technology of barrier and skimming method in oil spill clean-up takes long and is quite expensive. Only a strong natural disturbance of the ocean may offer a faster and, probably, a less expensive clean-up.
Pray for a perfect storm.
(MindaViews is the opinion section of MindaNews. William R. Adan, Ph.D., is retired professor and former chancellor of Mindanao State University at Naawan, Misamis Oriental, Philippines.)
FOR the longest time, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) had been ranked among the worst and most stressful airports in the world, with travelers complaining of long queues, numerous security checks, lack among other things.
Last year, a survey conducted by travel website Hawaiian Islands named NAIA the third most stressful airport in Asia and Oceania, next to Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport in Australia and Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Vietnam. The results were based on Google reviews of travelers on more than 500 airports across the world.
Another travel website, Guide to Sleeping in Airports, described NAIA last year as a “large and often frustrating airport.”
In its report, it advised travelers to expect to wait in of scams, particularly the prevalent “tanim bala” scheme where bullets were planted in a traveler’s bag by inspec-
to let him go.
This year, NAIA has repeatedly been in the news again, and again for all the wrong reasons. were canceled, rerouted, or delayed after an equipment mishap triggered a breakdown in the airport’s Communi-ment or CNS/ATM system. According to reports culled from statements by the airport management, a blower for the uninterrupted power supply conked out and failed to power the CNS/ATM system.
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receive the award “as they have proven worthy of honor and emulation,” said Noe Quinanola, Professional Regulatory Board of Accountancy (PRBOA) chair, in his letter informing
“His (Atty. Torres’) integrity as well as his vital contributions to the development of the Accountancy profession and in nation-building through professional roles and tasks he had assumed and embarked on, are being recognized and spotlighted through this award which will be etched in gold in history books of the Philippine Accountancy milestones,” Quinanola added.
To receive the award on his behalf will be his sonnamesake, Dr. Guillermo P. Torres Jr., now the president and chair of the university, considered the premier educational institution in Mindanao as it has also been recognized for its “quality, affordable and open education program,” the website of the university read.
Aside from UM, Atty. Torres was also behind the Mindanao Times and the University of Mindanao Broadcasting Network, operating several stations in the city and other areas of Mindanao and even Visayas.
Among the radio stations under the network are the ones and Retro 95.5 FM.
Partnering with PRBOA in holding the celebration is Accountants in Commerce and Industry, Association of
The outage shut down communications, radar, radio, and internet access prompting the suspension of airport operations which affected 56,000 inbound and outbound travelers.
A few weeks ago, a video made the rounds on social media showing an X-ray screener taking money from the bag of a departing Thai passenger. The female screener was then seen inserting the bills into the pocket of another
or PHP8,000 and begged him to delete the video and not report it. The airport personnel involved were promptly relieved of their duties.
A few days after, another NAIA screener was caught on video taking the watch of a Chinese traveler from the tray that was run through the X-ray machine. The inspecotherwise.
Last Thursday, DWIZ radio reported that a police national through a highly restricted airport area using an Security Group.
These incidents are putting the country in a very bad light before the global community and are hampering the efforts of the Department of Tourism to lure more international arrivals. This even prompted House Speaker
A planned week-long strike that started Monday last week was lifted on the second day after a dialogue in Malacanang with transport groups Manibela and PISTON.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. last Wednesday thanked transport groups for lifting the strike and vowed they would review the modernization program. Marcos said the December deadline would give them enough time to ensure the modernization program will address the concerns raised by transport groups.
In Davao City, Retired Col. Dionesio Abude, head of the City Transportation and said the local government hopes to see HPBS running
Llanos said the amount that will be received by owners of old jeepneys for every unit scrapped would be on top livelihood assistance that the government will provide as part of the social development
package for affected drivers and operators.
Llanos noted that the private sector is set to establish a “scrapping facility” in the city.
15-year old jeepneysigon, focal person for PUV Modernization Program of the LTFRB-Davao, explained that only those over 15 years old and no longer roadworthy units would be scrapped.
If these old jeepneys pass the Land Transportation assessment, owners can keep them but only for private use.
Retired Col. Dionesio Abude, head of the City Transportation and Traffic Management Office, added that drivers of the scrapped jeepneys would be prioritized for hiring by operators of the HPBS buses but they will be required to undergo trainingtion and Skills Development them with skills before they can qualify to be bus drivers.
He said the affected driv-
Martin Romualdez to urge Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista to remove all personnel from the department’stional embarrassment in the country.
“It’s very embarrassing, alarming, and it really makes you furious. How can we even entice foreign tourists to our shores if no less than our airport personnel keep on victimizing them?” he was quoted as saying in a report.
“It sounds a bit extreme, but circumstances call for extreme measures. If government personnel commit criminal acts against foreign visitors the minute they land at the airport, it says a lot about our country, so it needs to be addressed sternly,” he added.
All these should serve as an eye-opener for the agencies concerned, particularly the Manila International Airport Authority which manages the main gateway, as well as the DOTr’s OTS, to enforce stronger rules and disciplinary actions on erring employees to effectively stop the commission of such activities.
The state of our airport and the conduct of our people are among the things that leave a lasting impression on foreign visitors, and it is very critical that we get our act together, especially as we aim to change the reputation of the NAIA from being one of the worst to being one of the best in the world.
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ers could also work as mechanics and other related positions to maintain the units at the terminal depots.
local government announced the HPBS, then targeted for will employ around 1,000 bus drivers.
The number of jeepney drivers in the city then was
According to the Department of Transportation
bus routes divided into four tiers: MetroDavao will form
the core services that connect all major commercial centers along five routes, DavaoInter will run along with eight routes connecting the inner urban areas directly to the Davao Central Business District, DavaoFeeder will run along nine routes linking smaller centers and areas of more dispersed populations to the MetroDavao services, and DavaoLocal will provide a link between the outer rural areas of the city and primary transport system or the integrated terminals. (Antonio L. Colina IV / MindaNews)
All pawned items that expired during the month of MAY, 2015 if not renewed or redeemed on or before JULY 14, 2015 will be sold to the public on JULY 16, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. at our pawnshop premises.
All pawned items that expired during the month of JANUARY 2023, if not renewed or redeemed on or before JANUARY 2023 will be sold to the public on MARCH 16, 2023 at 9:00a.m. at our pawnshop premises.
Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang FIRST COLOR PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa ENERO 2023. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko karong MARSO 16, 2023 sa alas 9:00 sa buntag.
Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang FIRST COLOR PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa MAYO 2015. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko karong HULYO 16 sa alas 9:00 sa buntag.
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All Pawned Items that expired during the month of OCTOBER 2022 must be renewed or redeemed Two (2) days before the Auction Schedule stated below. If not redeemed or renewed, it will be sold to the public on its respective auction schedule and premises @ 9:00 A.M.
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All pawned items that expired during the month of AUGUST 2022, if not renewed or redeemed will be sold to the public on FEBRUARY 16, 2023 at 9:00a.m. at our pawnshop premises.
Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang AL-JOS PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa AGOSTO 2022. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko karong PEBRERO 16, 2023 sa alas 9:00 sa buntag.
All Pawned items that expired until the month of JUNE 2022, must be redeemed or renewed Two (2) days prior the Auction Schedule stated below. If not redeemed will be sold to the public on its respective auction schedule and premises at 9:00 A.M.
ang tanan nga ang GOLDVALUE PAWNSHOP, INC., maga subasata sa tanan nga nag-expired kung dili malukat ibaligya sa publiko sa alas 9:00 sa buntag.
All pawned items that expired during the month of DECEMBER 2022 , must renewed or redeemed two (2) days prior to the Auction Schedule stated below. If not renewed or redeemed, it will be sold to the public on its respective auction schedule and premises @ 9:00 a.m.
Gipahibalo ang tanan nga ang NARDING PAWNSHOP, INC., maga-subasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa DISYEMBRE 2022. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko sa mga petsa nga nakabutang sa ubos, sa oras nga 9:00 sa buntag.
All pawned items that expired during the Months of SEPTEMBER 2022 (Regular Items) and OCTOBER 2022 (Gadgets) must be redeemed or renewed two (2) days prior to the Auction date schedule as stated below. If not redeemed or renewed will be sold to the public on its respectively auction date schedule at its premises at 9:00 AM
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All pawned items at METRO GOLDBRILL PAWNSHOP that expired if not redeemed or renewed Two (2) days before the Auction will be sold to the public on MARCH 15, 2023.
Gipahibalo and tanan na ang METRO GOLDBRILL PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan nga nagexpired kung dili malukat o matubuan duha (2) ka adlaw una ang pagbaligya sa publiko karong MARSO 15, 2023.
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all types of vehicles.
LPA cancels classes in 43 city barangays
Forty-three barangays suspended classes for elementary and high school pupils due to bad weather from the low-pressure area detected in northeastern Mindanao.
The City Disaster Risk Reannounced the cancellation of lessons around 10 a.m. to ensure the safety of the students, teachers, and parents.
In the Poblacion area, the schools are Kapitan Tomas Elementary School, Palma Gil Elementary School, Dona Pilar Elementary School, Project hopes/Daycare Center, Magallanes Elementary School, Bolton Elementary School, and Dizon Elementary School.
The complete list of the barangays and schools that canceled their classes includes:
Brgy. Catalunan Pequeñotary School School
School Brgy. Dumoy School Brgy. Bucana School School School School School Brgy. Matina Crossingpended Brgy. Magtuod School
vetoed by President Ferdinand existing.
Should the four measures officials expressed confidence Marcos will “veto them just like
for Marcos to veto them should they hurdle the legislative mill, came on the heels of a rally led by the Tagum Chamber of Commerce and Industry protesting last week the high electricity ratesoperative got the support of two major energy consumer groups, which staged a prayer vigil and
hard work in reaching this milestone. I am hoping that with this additional collection of DPSC, your revenue will be higher from what you have achieved in 2022
On the other hand, MFBM expressed his appreciation and said, “Indeed, this is a very in attendance today, but for the whole Bangsamoro since this is
candle-lighting in Tagum City on Wednesday night to protest proposals in Congress to expand Members of major consumer light candles to oppose the expanand Power Company in the cities of Tagum and the Island Garden City of Samal, the municipalities -
town in Davao de Oro. Photo -
tric Consumers Cooperative dubbed “Pagtukaw alang sa
the Domestic Service Passenger
“I hope our partnership of rallying around our goal to promote better transportation facility to build better communication and commerce will reach the grassroots level, as we try to produce whatever we do best in (Kasan Usop, Jr./BIO with reports from MFBM and MOTC)
that earthquakes must not be taken lightly, especially in light of recent tremors in the Davao region.
the area, followed by two moremore nationwide earthquake drills, as the recently-concluded one was Baloran underscored the need to take earthquake drills seriously. These exercises could mean the difference between life and death during an actual disaster.
Dili ni dula-dula kay lahi baya in actual na gina-perform kung naa’y ground shaking. Dapat ma-feel gyud during exercise nga real gyud sya. Ang uban dapat seryosuhon gyud, dili magsige katawa. Kung ipa-evacuate,
AGDAO DISTRICT School School
BUHANGIN DISTRICT Brgy. Callawa School Brgy. Mandug School School School
Mandug) Brgy. Sasa
Brgy. Cabantian School Brgy. Tigatto
BUNAWAN PROPER Brgy. Panacan
Brgy. Tibungco School School Brgy. San Isidro School School School
BAGUIO DISTRICT Brgy. Malagospended
CALINAN DISTRICT School School Brgy. Calinan Proper
School MARILOG DISTRICT Brgy. Tamugan
Brgy. Marilog Properpended
TORIL DISTRICT Brgy. Edenpended
Brgy. Toril Proper
School Brgy. Crossing Bayabas School School
School TUGBOK DISTRICT
Brgy. Matina Biaopended
School Brgy. Tagakpan
Brgy. Mintal Mintal Elementary School Brgy. Ula
was estimated at 340 km southSur, or 320 km east-southeast of Davao City. Residents of low-lying areas are advised to take precautions against likely City, Davao Oriental, and Davao de Oro are also possible due to inclement weather.by Rep. Margarita Ignacia B.
The three bills seek to exthe cities of Tagum and Island Garden City of Samal, and the Maco town in Davao de Oro, said
District Rep. Maria Carmen S. Zamora and Davao de Oro 2nd
the year, industry sales improved February 2022 period.
Year-to-date sales of the passenger car segment increased by
On the other hand, commercial vehicle sales had an improve-
units last year.
franchise to Samal Island.CO chair for Davao de Oro and bills should be rejected since have placed Tagum City, Samal,and Talaingod under the franchiselowing in the manifesto of suppriority and equal attention totives in the distribution of power -
and implementation arm of the national government in the mis-
and support and strengthen thegrams of electric cooperatives through legislative interventions and laws, not privatization bydeco will eventually result in the entities in the energy sector, depriving the rights and opportunities of owning an electric cooperative among the underprivileged, especially in the countryside.
Reacting to the Tagum busielectricity rates in February,ing general manager, said that -
percent, heading towards the 2023 from the actual sales of Favorable various economic indicators are prevailing, leading to improving the overall outlook of the economy alongside increasing consumer demand for new moRommel Gutierrez said in a statement. (PNA)
(MW) to 20 MW.
In the February billing, residential consumers were charged frequent power interruptions in the city were caused by a load curtailment, explaining that MW, enough to supply even new industries.poamor said they will sit down with the business chamber leaders to clarify allegations that the cooperative still owes a huge debt already down to at least a billion pesos through a loan restructuring program. (Chris V. Panganiban / MindaNews)
mura lang pud naglakaw-lakaw sa mall, ga text-text pa a game because what happens during the actual ground shaking is different. They should feel exercise. Others who were laughing should take it seriously. When told to evacuate, they seemed to be just strolling in the mall while
damages to buildings were reported, Baloran stated that some hairline cracks were observed, which will be assessed by the City
The CDRRMO closely monitors areas such as overpasses in Guadalupe in Maa whenever the ground is shaking. -
ture nationwide earthquake drills, Baloran called on the public to take the necessary precautions and participate fully to ensure the safety of all Davaoeños.
tinue. It so happened that there was delay because we ran out of
“So duna tay pondo nga atong Ihatag ngadto sa mga rebel returnee, mosurender sa gobyerno so wala sila’y kabalakan moingon nga nawala na ang proyekto, nagpadayon ni siya. (We now have the funds to give to the rebel returnee who surrender to the government. So, they no longer have something to worry about that have made them said that the project is dissolved. This
Regional Peace and Order Counalready downloaded in February distribution.
lion was downloaded in Febru-
Davao de Oro.
On the process for downloading in March 2023 is Php Davao Oriental.
of March 2023.
Some requests are still subject to evaluation as of March and are still pending at the Eregional level. These are requestsfor firearms remuneration and 10 FRs.
Paolo Duterte reported Monday. Facilitated by the lawmakbeneficiaries include vendors, tailors, school maintenance, hair stylists, barbers, and cobblers.
In a statement, Duterte expressed optimism that the challenging times.
"I am encouraging you to continually support the govern-grams for disadvantaged and displaced workers," he said.
based package of assistance that offers emergency service for displaced, underemployed, and seasonal workers for at least ten
SBDP funds are due for release time, ongoing BDP projects are mandated to continue because funds were already downloaded
“Kadtong mga nasugdan dili na pwede undangon, naana ang pondo niana. Dili pwede moingon sila nga nasugdan na unya undangon; tungod ang pondo nanaug na tanan ngadto sa mga LGUs. (Those that have started, should continue because these have been funded. They cannot discontinue implementing thes because the funds were he said referring to the BDP projects in 2022.
Meanwhile, regional director Roldan said that additional
Davao Region is appropriated for 2023 a total of
days, but not more than 30 days, depending on the nature of their work.
Most workers – primarily displaced and disadvantaged, unemployed, and senior citizens – from the informal sector worked on tree planting, community gardening, reforestation, road cleaning, drainage or canal declogging, community cleanup, and refurbishment of tourist attractions.
"We will continue to support those who are in need," Duterte added.
Meanwhile, despite limitedship emergency employment program for distressed workers. (PNA)
which will receive funding oftive priority projects.
Davao City has one recipimemorandum dated December 22, 2022, the fund allocation per barangay is intended for priority projects, particularly farm-tomarket roads, school buildings, water sanitation systems, healthjects. (PIA XI, Jeane Duron Abangan)
collared before he could disembark from a Philippine
Ilustre St., Davao City
Tel # 224-1204; 222-6086
The DAVAO ROS-VER PAWNSHOP, INC. and NEW PAG-ASA PAWNSHOP will be having its JOINT AUCTION on all unredeemed pawned items left during the month of January 2023. The said items will be sold to the public at the following VENUE AND DATE.
(Ferdinandh B. Cabrera / MindaNews)
Gipahibalo ang publiko na ang DAVAO ROS-VER PAWNSHOP, INC. og ang NEW PAG-ASA PAWNSHOP; magsubasta sa tanang prenda nga naremata atong Enero 2023. Ang tanang prenda dungan nga ibaligya sa publiko sa mga sumusunod nga dapit og petsa:
formance underscores Sin
Notice is hereby given that the estate of the late GODOFREDO I. GESTA, JR. who died intestate on November 14, 2022 at Southern Philippines Medical Center, City of Davao;
That the deceased at the time of his death left the following properties covered by TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. 146-2011009699 a parcel of land (Lot 834-C-2-1-3, PSD-11-090297), being a portion of Lot 834-C-2-1, PSD-11-087594, situated in the Barrio of Catalunan, City of Davao, containing an area of One Hundred Eighty (180) Square Meters more or less;
That pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules on Court of the Philippines, the abovementioned described property has been the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE WITH SALE made and executed by and among his heirs per Doc. No. 117; Page No. 25; Book No. 76; Series of 2022 of the Notary Public JOSELITO D. SEVILLA of Davao City.
(Mar. 15, 22 & 29, 2023)
Notice is hereby given that the estate of the late MARY ANN FRANKERA ALBAY who died interstate on August 27, 2022 at Southern Philippines Medical Center, City of Davao; That at the time of her death she was single and had no child of her own. She was the owner of a savings account, to wit:
Name of Bank Branch Amount Bank of the Philippine Islands Cotabato R. Alonzo PHP______
That pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules on Court of the Philippines, the above-mentioned described property has been the subject of AFFIDAVIT OF SELFADJUDICATION OF THE ESTATE OF MARY ANN F. ALBAY made and executed by her only sibling RICKY FRANKERA ALBAY of South San Juan, Brgy., Centro Agdao, City of Davao per Doc. No. 187; Page No. 79; Book No. 87; Series of 2023 of the Notary Public Antonio L. Laolao, Jr., CPA of Davao City.
(MT-Mar. 15, 22 & 29, 2023)
Notice is hereby given that the estate of the late ALICIA Y. RALLON, who died intestate on December 17, 2020 at Davao City; That the deceased at the time of her death leaving her OneHalf (1/2) undivided conjugal share and cash in the bank more particularly described as follows:
TRASNFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-343982, A parcel of land (Lot 28-B-1, Psd-11-063429, being a portion of Lot 28-B, (LRC) Psd-113644, situated in the Barrio of Tugbok, City of Davao, containing an area of Five Hundred (500) Sqm. More or less Personal Property a Savings Account with BPI, Toril Branch under Savings Account No. 2133-0117-92.
That pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules on Court of the Philippines, the above-mentioned properties has been the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH REPUDIATION made and executed by and among her heirs per Doc. No. 406; Page No. 83; Book No. 4; Series of 2023 of the Notary Public ATTY. JANE KARLA BORBE of Davao City.
(MT-Mar. 1, 8 & 15, 2023)
Notice is hereby given that the estate of the late MARIA LOURDES C. VELASCO, also known as Ma. Lourdes C. Velasco, or Lourdes C. Velasco, who died intestate on March 15, 2022 at Davao City. That said decedent properties both real and personal properties which the decedent solely owned or co-owned, as follows:
TRASNFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-44101, a parcel of land (Lot 3, Block 20, of the consolidation and subdivision plan Bcs-2038, sheet 1, being a portion of the consolidation Lots 4 to 9, of Plan Pcs-507, Lot 37, of Plan Pcs-3293, Lot 10-A, of Plan Psd-17760 and Lot 1196, of the Cadastral survey of Davao, G.I.R.O. Cad. Rec. No. 317) situated in the City of Davao, containing an area of Three Hundred Twenty (32) Sqm. More or less;
TRASFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-238731, a parcel of land (Lot 3-0, Psd-11-043514, being a portion of lot 3, Pes-11-001947, situated in the Barrio of Poblacion, Cityof Davao, containing an area of Six Hundred (600) Sqm. More or less;
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-374398 a parcel of land (Lot 1 of the consolidationsubdivision plan (LRC) Pcs-6591, being a portion of the consolidation of Lot 135-C-2-A and 135-C-2-B, described on plan Psd-20693, LRC, Record No. 6986) situated in the City of Davao, containing an area of One Hundred Fifty Four (154) Sqm. More or less;
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-374397 a parcel of land (Lot 1 of the consolidationsubdivision plan (LRC) Pcs-6591, being a portion of the consolidation of Lot 135-G-2-A and 135-G-2-B, described on plan Psd-20693, LRC, Record No. 6986) situated in the City of Davao, containing an area of One Hundred Fifty Four (154) Sqm. More or less;
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-146121 a parcel of land (Lot 13-B-2, of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-131913 being a portion of Lot 13-B, described on plan, Ps-84-D, IRC Record No. 6867), situated in the City of Davao, containing an area of Two Thousand Four Hundred Forty Two and Forty Seven Decimeters (2,442.47) Square Meters more or less;
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-270611 a parcel of land (Lot 248-A, Psd-11013325 being a portion of Lot 248, Pcs-3076 Amd.), situated in the Barrio of Bia Guianga, City of Davao; containing an area of Four Thousand Six Hundred Sixty Three (4,663) Square Meters more or less;
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-270610, a parcel of land (Lot 249-A, Psd-11013324 being a portion of Lot 249, Pcs-3076 Amd.), Situated in the Barrio of Bia Guianga, Cit y of Davao, containing an area of Four Thousand Five Hundred Forty-Four (4,544) Square Meters more or less.
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. CARP-03572, a parcel of land (Lot 3696-D-7, Psd-11-036936 being a portion of Lot 3696-D, Psd-010680), Situated in Sinaragan, Matanao, Davao del Sur, containing an area of Twenty Three Thousand Five Hundred Twelve (23,512) Square Meters more or less;
PERSONAL PROPERTIES Shares of Stocks
of Corporation: No. of Shares
That pursuant to Sec.1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules on Court of the Philippines, the abovementioned described properties has been the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE made and executed by and among her heirs per Doc. No. 082; Page No. 18; Book No. I; Series of 2023 of the Notary Public ATTY. MANUEL P. QUIBOD of Davao City. (Mar. 1, 8 & 15, 2023)
NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of the late TEODERICO R. PETALCORIN who died intestate on December 10, 2004 at Davao City;
That the deceased Teoderico R. Petalcorin at the time of his death left a property described as follows:
TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-103205
A parcel of land (Lot 5, Blk-1,Pcs-11-0001501, being a portion of Lot 336-D-F-E, F&G, Psd-11-008390), situated in the Barrio of Talomo, City of Davao, Island of Mindanao, containing an area of One Hundred Eighty Seven (187) Square Meters more or less;
That pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules on Court of the Philippines, the above-mentioned described property has been the subject of AFFIDAVIT OF SELF ADJUDICATION WITH SALE made and executed by his only heir THELMA PETALCORIN per Doc. No.118; Page No. 25; Book No. 76; Series of 2022 of the Notary Public Atty. Joselito D. Sevilla of Davao City.
(MT-Mar. 8, 15 & 22, 2023)