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Edith Colmo

Surveyors Needed at DOST

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DOST needs surveyors/enumerators.

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) urgently needs enumerators or surveyors. Interested parties must be licensed nutritionist, dietician or a nurse. The qualified surveyors will receive one thousand pesos (P1,000.00) daily remuneration. Visit or call DOST, telephone 707-0170.*(EBColmo)



NFA Assures Stable Rice Supply During Lean Months

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The National Food Authority (NFA) assured the public of stable rice supply for the ‘lean months’ starting July.

“There is enough rice for lean months.” Says NFA Administrator Renan B. Dalisay, and NFA Region 6 director Bernardo Asetre (partly hidden) when interviewed by Negros media at the Capitol yesterday, as part of his visit in the field offices of NFA.* (EBColmo)

Brigada Eskwela Kicks Off

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This year’s Brigada Eskwela of the Department of Education (DepEd) has start with a big bang last Saturday, May 9.

At J.R. Torres Elem. School in Sitio Magsungay, Brgy. Singcang Airport, Bacolod City, the first to render volunteer services was the 75 members of Sunlife Foundation in Bacolod City, comprised by unit managers, office employees, underwriters and their families.

On Mother’s Day, Ma Surrenders to Save Daughter from Drug Case

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CADIZ CITY- A few days before celebrating Mothers’ Day on Sunday, a 37-year-old mother surrendered to police operatives in exchange for the release of her daughter and free her from illegal drug charges after a negotiation took place past 8:00pm Thursday at the city’s police station here.

UCAN Not Obstructing But Only Wants Clarification on BACIWA Bulk Water Project

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The Utility Consumer Alliance of Negros (UCAN), through its legal counsel Atty Vicente Petierre III, said their group is not opposing or obstructing the intention of Bacolod City Water District (BACIWA) intending to engage in bulk water supply, but they only want to be clarified on certain aspects of the project, considering that BACIWA is somewhat short of water supplied to their consumers.