6 arrested in police raids on ‘tong-its,” “ente-cuatro”

Tipped off by concerned citizens, personnel of the Pandan police station swooped down on an illegal gambling operation in sitio Carbao in barangay Oga last week, arresting two persons.

Rules, like promises, are made to be broken

Time and again, people have proven that they are prone to breaking the law and whatever guidelines that the government has crafted to benefit majority of its constituents.

BIR’s April tax take down by 50%, asks taxpayers to file ITRs early

The BIR Revenue District Office No. 69, through Revenue District Officer Daisy Baroma, disclosed that as of last week, about 70 percent of its listed taxpayers have already filed their tax returns.

Lugi ang mga mapakasal ngonian

Inaprubaran na palan kan junta provincial an resolusyon ni PBM Dok Zafe na gahagad na ibalik sa Department of Health an pagmanejo sa Eastern Bicol Medical Center..

The right to come home is universal

Included in Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is the right of every citizen to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of the State.

Balik Probinsiya, Bagong Pag-asa?:

Capitol to ensure returnees from MM would be free of COVID

Last Monday afternoon, the newly-reorganized Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases Provincial Task Force (EREID-PTF) chaired by Governor Joseph Cua held its first meeting to discuss the matter, primarily to craft a specific plan on the management of the returnees.

Pantawid Liwanag Program:

FICELCO grants 20% discount to all 50,709 residential consumers

According to the Pantawid Liwanag Program approved by the Board in its special meeting last week, the discount will benefit all residential Member-Consumer-Owners (MCOs) regardless of their level of energy consumption.

Cua back as governor

Sources close to the governor told the Tribune that Gov. Cua will issue an executive order directing law enforcers, the Provincial Health Office (PHO) and the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) to keep arriving cargo truck drivers and their helpers confined at the two ports until their return to the mainland.

Time to adjust tactics, with the virus now in our midst

As bad news travels fast on social media, the Provincial COVID-19 Task Force surely hopes that the reality of the coronavirus in our midst would make Catandunganons think twice about going out and mixing with other members of the public.

Contact tracing to identify persons exposed to island’s 1st COVID-19 case

In a hastily-called press conference at the provincial capitol held April 19, 2020, the acting chief executive disclosed that she received the bad news on Bicol’s 25th confirmed coronavirus case directly from Department of Health (DOH) Regional Director Dr. Ernie Vera.