Vizcaya PLGU renews 415 PRC licenses
- August 08, 2017
- Ben Moses Ebreo
BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya, August 8 (PIA) – The Philippine Regulations Commission (PRC) in partnership with the provincial government here recently released 415 renewed licenses.
Ma. Carla Lucia Torralba, PLGU’s Human Resource Management Office(HRMO) chief, said the 415 renewed licenses were processed during the conduct of the two-day PRC Mobile Licensing Service as part of the ‘Ammungan’ Festival services and activities.
Torralba also said 38 more application for renewal of PRC licenses were not processed but referred to the PRC main office because of discrepancies while 73 licenses were authenticated. (ALM/BME/PIA 2-Nueva Vizcaya)
Palace closely monitoring situation on avian flu
MANILA, Aug. 20 -- Malacañan on Saturday, August 19, reassured the public that it is keeping a close watch on the developments in Nueva Ecija following reports of poultry deaths, urging the people to refrain from spreading fake news which may cause distress and panic.
“We are closely monitoring the situation in Nueva Ecija following the confirmation of poultry deaths in the province yesterday by the Department of Agriculture (DA). We ask our people to remain calm yet vigilant and to refrain from spreading unverified information that may cause undue alarm and panic,” Presidential Spoke...Read more
DPWH resumes road repair in Metro Manila this weekend
MANILA, Aug. 20 -- The Department of Public Works and Highways – National Capital Region (DPWH-NCR) will take advantage of the long weekend to continue its road reblocking activities in 10 major thoroughfares in Metro Manila which began 11PM of Friday, 18 August 2017.
DPWH-NCR Director Melvin B. Navarro reported that road works will include major areas in Quezon City including second lane, northbound direction of Epifanio delos Santos Avenue before North Avenue; second lane, southbound direction of A. Bonifacio Street between Del Monte Street after Binhagan Street; truck lane,...Read more
Mayor Beng reiterates: Avoid looking for jobs in risky areas
By Felipo David G. Malcampo
ZAMBOANGA CITY, August 16 (PIA) – City Mayor Beng Climaco reiterated her warning to jobseekers to avoid looking for jobs in risky areas since there is plenty of employment opportunities in the city.
“Please refrain from looking for work in risky areas because we have a lot of job opportunities in Zamboanga,” Mayor Climaco said during a press briefing Monday (August 14).
Last month, four Zamboangueño laborers namely Jayson Vailoces, Joel Adanza, Felimon Guerrero, Jr. and Edmundo Ramos were abducted while doing construction and painting jobs in Sulu. L...Read more
DAR marks CARPER’s 8th Anniversary
By Alfonso T. Ruda
DIPOLOG CITY, August 16 (PIA)--- The Department of Agrarian of Agrarian Reform held a press conference with the local media in line with the department’s 8th CARPER Anniversary celebration.
According to DAR-Zamboanga del Norte PARPO II Mohammad Dassan Adju, the press conference was called to update the local media on the projects implemented by DAR in the province and to thank the media for their continuous support to its information dissemination campaign.
Adju said that apart from its regular project, presently DAR is implementing two (2) forei...Read more