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Edith Colmo

Lina Challenges Politicians to Prioritize Urban Housing for the Poor

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"If they are really for the poor as they have promised during the campaign period, the politicians must prioritize the urban housing or socialized housing program for the poor. Relocating them to a place far from their livelihood is dislocating their life."

Thus said former Senator Jose "Joey" Lina during the forum dubbed Lopeznomics at the University of St. La Salle over the weekend.

Army Admits: ‘Upland Folks Still Convinced by Rebels’

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Col Jon Aying, commanding officer of the 303rd Infantry Brigade of the Army admitted that despite successive surrender of rebels, their statistics reveal that the number of sympathizers and supporters of the CPP-NPA seems the same.

Army Announces Recruitment for New Applicants

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Three categories of examinations will be conducted by the Philippine Army Recruitment Center Office for Visayas of the Army Personnel Management Center. It will facilitate the Philippine Army Aptitude Test Battery (PAATB), Army Qualifying Exam (AQE) and Special Written Exam (SWE) to qualified applicants for Officer Candidate Course (OCC) and Officer Preparatory Course (OPC).

MUTYA BEAUTIES AT PEOPLE’S HOUSE. Bacolod City Executive Assistant IV Rocky Puentevella (5th from left) and Vice Mayor Greg Gasataya (beside him) pose with the winners of the Mutya ng Pilipinas in a courtesy call yesterday at the Bacolod People’s House.Mutya ng Pilipinas 2014 winners.

From left to right, Mutya ng Pilipinas 2014 2nd Runner Up Ms. Kim Fyfe, Mutya ng Pilipinas Overseas Communities Ms. Patrizia Bosco, Mutya ng Pilipinas 2014 Asia Pacific Ms. Eva Psychee Patalinjug, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Glennifer Perido and Mutya ng Pilipinas 1st Runner Up Cristine Racel.** (CMO-PIO photo)

AS IN THE PAST. About an hour of heavy downpour yesterday afternoon strands many people and disrupts some businesses in flooded Bacolod City streets. Others take off their footwear and wade through the waters, while vehicles and motorcycles run slowly. These were some of the images during heavy rains, showing the area near Hernaez-Locsin Streets.* (Edith B. Colmo / Alein Gazo photos)

‘We Are Winning the Peace in Negros Occ.’: Col. Aying

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"After 3 years of continuous internal capability building, stakeholders involvement and building mechanism in the grassroots, little by little we have retreived the trust and confidence of the people, and narrow down the vulnerability of the community, and soon weaken their desire to fight against government, and realize that the government is stronger than their group. Thus, we are winning the peace in this province."

VMA-DSWD Ink Pact for Training and Hiring Jobs Abroad

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 6, and the management of VMA Global College in this city, have signed an agreement that VMA will provide training services to the indigents who wish to work abroad. While DSWD will extend financial assistance to the trainee/s by paying VMA the total cost of training.

Training services will include welding and for call center agent. According to Jona Macaranas, PRO of VMA Global College, welding will entail 264 hours training period, while for call center agent, 100 hours only.


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