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28th October 2011
Take necessary precautions when leaving your residences unattended, police warns public
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 28, 2011, 4:14 am

TACLOBAN CITY Leyte -- A house left unguarded is a prime target for break-ins and thefts, the Police Community Relations Office 8 said as it warned the public to take precautionary precautions when leaving their houses unattended during the Halloween.

The general rule is never leave the house unattended. Someone must remain to man the house, the PNP advised and enjoined the public to heed as all roads are expected to lead to the cemeteries for the traditional rites of remembering the departed on All Saints and All Saints Day.

Families must schedule their visits to the cemeteries and not go there altogether, leaving their houses easy prey for unscrupulous persons.

Thieves may take the opportunity to get inside the seemingly abandoned homes while its occupants are in the cemeteries paying respect to their departed loved ones.

To preclude the possibility of criminal elements taking advantage of unattended residences, homeowners must coordinate with barangay or neighborhood authorities for special security arrangements.


DPWH bans display of streamers along national roads
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 28, 2011, 4:11 am

By Bong Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte -- The Department of Public Works and Highways(DPWH),by virtue of an order issued by Secretary Rogelio Singson, is banning the hanging and displaying of streamers, tarpaulins, and other commercial advertising signage along the national roads nationwide.

Memorandum Circular Number 4 issued on October 6, 2011 and received by the DPWH provincial office on October 12, tasked the Regional Directors and District Engineers to strictly enforce specific provisions of the National Building Code and other Administrative Orders that regulate the display of banners on national and secondary roads.

“These unauthorized billboards confuse or obstruct the view of the motorists or interpretation of official traffic signs, signals or devices. The installation and display of billboard within the road right-of-way shall be totally banned and those already installed shall be removed, with the observance of due process procedures laid down in Administrative Orders No. 160 and 160-A,” the Memo Circular signed by Sec. Singson said.


EFOS- mangrove tree planting project in Silago reaches 19,000
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 28, 2011, 4:09 am

By ES Gorne

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte – The Enhancing Food Security in the Visayas (EFOS)- mangrove tree planting project based in Barangay Hingatunggan, Silago has already planted 19,000 mangrove trees under contract with the Southern Leyte mangrove greenbelt project (SLMGP), as of press time.

The said SLMGP contract covers for the people’s organization based in Hingatunggan to plant 26,000 mangrove trees at the Hingatunggan Marine Protected Area (MPA) in Silago, Southern Leyte, Brgy. Hingatunggan Kagawad Leonila Apdo disclosed to PIA –Southern Leyte in an interview Saturday.

Apdo said the 78 families, who are the proponents of the SLMGP – Silago, were each tasked to plant 300 mangrove trees each.

She said the group is responsible to look after the mangrove trees planted to be alive, otherwise, every mortality of mangrove tree planted shall be replaced immediately.


GIZ officials visit ‘Fit for School’ in Southern Leyte
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 28, 2011, 4:02 am

By Neil D. Lopido

TACLOBAN CITY, Leyte – The GIZ officials led by its managing director, Dr. Sebastian Paust, visited Sogod Central School, a Fit for School in Southern Leyte last October 24, 2011 as part of its Leyte and Southern Leyte visit to acquaint them on the implementation of GIZ-supported programs and projects.

In an interview, Ms. Quennie C. Amor, Fit for School regional project officer in Eastern Visayas, said that the Fit for School is a Philippine Non-Governmental Organization which promotes the Essential Health Care Program of the Department of Education which has three interventions: daily hand washing with soap, daily tooth brushing with fluoride toothpaste and bi-annual deworming.

Dr. Paust and party witnessed the demonstration of proper tooth brushing and proper hand washing by the grade school pupils in Sogod Central School.


26th October 2011
Accounting has begun: Arroyos get subpoenas
Posted by Yel Cobile, IT Admin & Correspondent on October 26, 2011, 12:03 pm

(By Cynthia D. Balana, Marlon Ramos, Philippine Daily Inquirer


DPWH to spend P25M rehab for road damages
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 26, 2011, 1:24 am

By Jani Arnaiz

MAASIN CITY – The Southern Leyte Engineering District (Sled) has bid out P25 million worth it received from the national coffers for the rehabilitation of five road slips caused by incessant heavy rains early this year in the province.

Engr. Manolo Rojas, OIC assistant Sled district engineer, said the detailed engineering work of the damaged roads has been completed and has been advertised online Wednesday in line with Pinoy’s “Matuwid na daan” or in compliance of RA 9184 “An Act Providing for the Modernization, Standardization and Regulation of the Procurement Activities of the government and for othe Purposes.”

The Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPC), the body tasked to implement RA 9184 has approved the guidelines for the design and build scheme for infrastructure projects.


24th October 2011
Maasinhon Trio PGT3 champ, P2M richer
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 24, 2011, 12:21 am

By Jani Arnaiz 

October 24, 2011

MAASIN CITY – A modest motorcade around the city and probably in the entire 18 towns in the province awaits the Maasinhon Trio, the grand finals’ winner of the ABS-CBN reality TV talent show Pinoy Got Talent season 3, says Mayor Malone Samaco.

Malone also said that the city will be preparing a victory party. “Not that big. But definitely we will be preparing a victory for the Maasinhon Trio aside of course from the motorcade.”

He said Maasinhon really rally for the group because they are not only from Maasin City in southern Leyte but they are bringing our name. “It’s a big thing for us Maasinhon for tourism and investment because we known not only in the Philippines but all over the world.”

Other factors for the win are the church, the diocese of Maasin, which supported them. The firemen and electric cooperatives in the country were also requested to rally behind the Maasinhon having two of Trio are connected with the Bureau of Fire Protection and Southern Leyte electric cooperatives, said the ecstatic mayor.


20th October 2011
Pres. Aquino sympathies with families of slain soldiers, hints "all-out-war" is not an option in Basilan clash
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 20, 2011, 12:23 am

By Ronald O. Reyes

PALO, Leyte (Oct. 20, 2011) —Pres. Benigno Aquino III extended his deep sympathies to the families of 19 soldiers who were killed and those who were injured in a clash with Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) fighters last Tuesday in Basilan, Mindanao.

“Nakikiramay tayo sa lahat ng mga pamilya na nawalan ng kanilang membro sa nagyari.”

The president said this in a hurried press briefing shortly after joining with the rest of the visitors and people here in the town for the 67th Leyte Gulf Landing Anniversary ceremony.

He also said that he is looking on the matter seriously.

President Aquino then said that he is going to have a command conference on Friday together with top officials from military and police to precisely discuss the issues in Basilan attack.

“Bago  mag-relieve ng ilang commander doon, dapat talagang masiyasat kung ano ang dahilan at bakit naging ganito ang naging resulta sa ating sandatahang lakas at iwasto, at hihingin ko bukas (Oct. 21)  ang mga detalye ng mga pagwawasto.”


Untold stories of Ruperto K. Kangleon revealed
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 20, 2011, 12:14 am

By Jani Arnaiz

October 20, 2011

MAASIN CITY – Sister Lourdes Kangleon was only thirteen years old when the war broke out but she can vividly recall the untold exploits of her late father, war hero and Senator Ruperto K. Kangleon, and the ordeal of her four siblings who were imprisoned by the Japanese for three years during the war.

Looking back 67 years after the Leyte Gulf Landings on October 20, 1944, she said, Spanish old churches in Southern Leyte, the imposing Leyte Capitol and other big buildings would have been wiped out had Gen. Douglas McArthur not heeded then Lt. Col. Kangleon’s strong opposition to the American’s plan to bomb these establishments.

“Papa was able to convince Gen. McArthur that there’s no need to bomb those establishments because the Japanese have retreated to Dulag Leyte (50km from Tacloban) and they were nowhere near the churches,” said Lourdes, a physician by profession.


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