May 10, 2021

33 more Bacolod, Negros police positive for Covid

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Thirty-two more police personnel assigned at the Bacolod City Police Office, and one in the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office, tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday. The Philippine National Police Health Service reported that Covid-19 active cases

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28 nabbed, 3 drug dens dismantled

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Three suspected drug dens were dismantled in Kabankalan City, while 28 persons were apprehended by the police in a series of buy-bust operations in Negros Occidental on May 7 and 8, that also yielded about P357,000

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Capitol mulls reward for Cui’s assailants

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN       The giving of rewards to anybody who can provide information leading to the identification and arrest of those behind the killing of provincial consultant Mariano Antonio “Marton” Cui is being considered by the provincial government of

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Motorcycle driver killed in crash

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III A motorcycle driver, believed to be under the influence of liquor, died while his back-rider was injured when they figured in an accident at about 12:50 a.m. Saturday in Brgy. Alijis, Bacolod City. Killed was

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I have called you friends

During the past Sundays, Jesus revealed his desire to enter into a personal and intimate relationship with each of us. He expressed this by using images, like the good shepherd, who willingly lays down his life for his sheep, and

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A Many-Splendored Thing

Isn’t the United Nations sanctioning China for its irresponsible game of sending a rocket into space, unknowing where it will land? Anyone watching the reports on TV couldn’t help worrying about the repercussions in case that rocket misfired and landed

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Water priorities

A discussion paper published by government think tank Philippine Institute for Development Studies, found the country unlikely to meet the United Nation’s goal of attaining universal access to clean water and sanitation by 2030 as our water resources industry remains

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23-storey condo rises in Bacolod

A 23-storey condominium project was topped off on May 7, and will very soon become an iconic architecture depicting Bacolod’s modern era, a press release said. Zealous in its pursuit of modernization, iSecure Realty Corp. has introduced Sitari, the newest

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