Many economists and other analysts highly recommend that the youth of today must be convinced that their chances of being gainfully employed will increase significantly if they take less interest in diploma-oriented college courses in the traditional universities and colleges.
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN A Negrense Army officer, who led an Army elite unit, in the fight against ISIS-linked militants group during the Marawi siege, has been promoted to full-pledged colonel. Col. Marlo Jomalesa, of Silay City in Negros Occidental,
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN House Minority Leader Joseph Stephen Paduano said yesterday that he will call for an inquiry, in aid of legislation, on the budget circular of the Department of Budget and Management on the pay grade of nurses.
“And they lived happily ever after”. Isn’t that the way stories about royal couples usually end? Even Cinderella who was a bedraggled orphan ended up with whom she supposedly lived with happily ever after. And we, as children bemused by
The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry has expressed support for the government’s decision to harmonize travel protocols, saying it would facilitate travel movement, the flow of goods and services, and boost local tourism. In a statement yesterday, the PCCI
Mayor Evelio Leonardia turned over two checks, totaling P550,000, to two organizations as financial assistance from the Bacolod City government, through the Department of Social Services and Development, at rites at the Bacolod City Government Center recently. The Negros Occidental
The Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) will issue a supplemental Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) next month to end the confusion experienced by local government units on the issuance of “permits, licenses, and certificates for the construction of shared passive telecommunications tower