July 15, 2021

Mayor asks IATF: Retain GCQ status of Bacolod

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Mayor Evelio Leonardia is “firmly and vigorously” requesting the National Inter-Agency Task Force to reconsider its recommendation to escalate the risk classification of Bacolod City, from the General Community Quarantine to the stricter Modified Enhanced

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WV to get 741K vaccine doses

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Western Visayas will get one of the biggest shares of Covid-19 vaccines this month of 741,566 doses, Negros Occidental Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz said yesterday. Diaz, however, said it was not known yet how many will

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City’s ‘shift’ to MECQ will affect NegOcc

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The provincial government of Negros Occidental joins Bacolod City officials in praying for the best possible scenario that the province and the highly-urbanized city will have the same classification, which is General Community Quarantine. “In case

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BCPO gets 103 new cops

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III The Philippine National Police temporarily deployed 103 new graduates in Bacolod to help in keeping peace and order in the city, P/Major Sherlock Gabana said. Gabana, the spokesperson of the Bacolod City Police Office, said

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Who gives us our proper rest?

There should be no doubt as to who gives us our proper rest, or what our true rest really is, etc. Christ said it very clearly. There are, of course, different ways and kinds of rest. But we should try

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Who can watch the Olympics?

Don’t un-cross your fingers yet, there doesn’t seem to be a strong assurance yet that Olympic Games will proceed as scheduled next Friday, July 23. And if ever it does take place, what kind of activity will it be when

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The Waste Philippine Sea

Five years ago, the Philippines won its case at the Permanent Court of Arbitration that awarded the Philippines sovereignty over the West Philippine Sea. “The Tribunal concluded that there was no legal basis for China to claim historic rights to

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