“This is such memorable experience for me working with fantastic Filipino conductor and great musicians from Denmark,” the pianist said. “It has been real pleasure to have worked Judy Sherman who is an old friend and a 10-time Grammy award-winning producer.”
Investigation by the Bato police who responded to the scene stated that the driver, Manuel Aldave Tesorero, 39, a resident of barangay San Pedro, Bato, was on board his black motorcycle with a temporary plate number from Virac to Bato when he ran into the pole barricade of the road reblocking project along the national highway at 2:48 A.M. of Jan. 27, 2020.
Two fugitives from Catanduanes facing a combined 12 counts of rape before the Regional Trial Court in Virac have been arrested in Legazpi City and Bataan province recently.
The MOA ensured the local police’s assistance and support to the DOH-MTRC’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in terms of venue and applicable logistics in catering to the needs of the voluntary or court-mandated clients.
According to the report of the Catanduanes police, Romulo Romero Flores, Jr., 39, a resident of Cabcab, went fishing at about 5:30 P.M. of Jan. 31, 2020, together with Andy Subion and Domingo Lazado, both of Codon, on board the banca.
About 2,220 workers in the region have benefitted from the simplified and fast resolution of labor issues from the Single Entry Approach (SEnA) program.
Engr. Jerry R. Arena, who was recently designated as officer-in-charge of the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO), informed DPWH District Engineer Gil Augustus A. Balmadrid that a Special Tree Cutting Permit (STCP) has been granted to the DPWH covering the 129 trees which are inside Alienable and Disposable (A&D) Land.
This was the directive issued by Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año on Sunday, as he stressed that each barangay must be adequately informed about the disease and prepared to adopt protocols in containing it.
Acting Governor Shirley Abundo said the incidents that occurred in December 2019 and just last Jan. 21, 2020 have caused fear among the people and affected the island’s image as a tourist destination.
The preemptive measures came after the Provincial Peace and Order Council (PPOC) chaired by Acting Governor Shirley Abundo received a briefing last Thursday (Jan. 30, 2020) from Provincial Health Officer II Dr. Hazel Palmes on the results of the coordination meeting held a day earlier with local health stakeholders.