Sunday, November 27, 2022

Local News

Diego threatens welga but operators shun him as Albee assures old jeepney operators no arrests by LTO for two more weeks

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - The leader of an activist transport federation threatened noontime today to hold another transport strike starting midnight tonight, 22 November 2022, if the demands outlined in a position paper are not met.

Provincial News

Santas in green hold early Christmas for upland folk in Himamaylan City

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - Civil military troopers of the Army and civic groups gave gifts early to upland folk in Himamaylan City that drew Army officers, local officials and civic groups to the upland sub village of Madaja.

Rudy’s ‘reign of terror’ ends in Guihulngan, neighboring areas with his death

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - The Army has released a list of what it called as "atrocities and human rights violations" committed by a ranking rebel and the guerrillas he commands in the upland villages of Guihulngan, a city in Negros Oriental 120 kilometers north of here.



In full: ChildFund PH and CHILDInitiative Spearhead Learning Program for Hearing- and Visually-Impaired Children in Bacolod City

Bacolod City—ChildFund Philippines and CHILDInitiative have teamed up to launch a three-year project that will facilitate equitable learning for children with disabilities in Bacolod City. In partnership with ChildFund Australia, Generations Foundation, and DepEd Region VI and local school partners, Project ACHIEVE (Advancement of Children’s Inclusive Education through Virtual Engagement) aims to support children with disabilities to grow into young adults who can bring lasting change in their own communities.
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Amid Case No. 1: Inspections of water sources on as Bacolod goes on cholera threshold alert

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - A public doctor here has confirmed that the public health office is inspecting water refilling stations and deep wells that are sources of drinking water in this highly-urbanized capital of more than 600,000 people.