June 1, 2021

City ‘high risk’ for Covid: DOH

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The Department of Health in Western Visayas has elevated the Covid-19 risk classification of highly-urbanized Bacolod City, from moderate to high risk, citing an increase in growth cases and daily attack rate. Dr. Bea Camille Natalaray,

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Bago regulates plastic, styro use

The ban on the use of plastic cellophane and sando bags as packaging materials and of styrofoam as food and beverages containers will be strictly enforced, starting June 24, in Bago City, Negros Occidental. Business establishments, restaurants, fastfood outlets, food

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Another group questions Ceneco-Kepco contract

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Konsyumer Negros, a consumers’ energy group, will also question before the Department of Energy the new agreement between the Central Negros Electric Cooperative and Kepco-Salcon Power Corporation for the delivery of the power base load

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Ferrer not running for vice mayor

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The call for Negros Occidental Vice-Gov. Jeffrey Ferrer to entertain the possibility of running as vice mayor of Bacolod City is no longer possible. Ferrer said yesterday that the timeframe for him to transfer his voting

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‘Sex scandal’ probe up

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III An investigation regarding a circulating video of an alleged sex scandal involving two teenagers at the city’s Social Development Center will be conducted soon. The video of the teenagers making out while under the custody

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Photo of the Day

NATIONAL ID. The Philippine Statistics Authority, conducted a National ID registration at the Capitol Social Hall in Bacolod City recently, and cautioned the public against social media reports that processing fees are being charged for the Step 1 online registration* Capitol PIO photo

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Super ID

A couple of weekends ago, my wife and I got ourselves a National ID when we chanced upon a registration center at the mall and saw that there were no worrisome queues. I am in no mood to add another

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The missing children of Kamloops

Only 52 more days before the scheduled start of the famous  Olympic Games. But there seem to be no signs that the organizers are ready to welcome the athletes from all over the world, all hyped  up to compete in

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366K social pensioners in Western Visayas get stipend

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EO lists HSHQ-qualified patients

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Another fuel price increase this week

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Bacolod resumes vaccination in barangays

The Emergency Operations Center-Task Force and the Covid-19 Vaccination Council, both chaired by Mayor Evelio Leonardia, resumed yesterday the barangay vaccine rollout for Bacolod residents, who are frontline healthcare workers, senior citizens, and adults with comorbidities. There are 26 vaccination