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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Typhoon Paolo leaves 9 people dead, trail of destruction in Zamboanga

ZAMBOANGA CITY – The local government of Zamboanga said 9 people had died and three others injured, and over 21,000 were affected by typhoon Paolo which devastated much of the city’s agricultural lands and fishery areas.
Weather experts said the typhoon is now heading to Japan, but a new low pressure area has developed in central Philippines and is now affecting some parts of the southern region.
Damage to crops and fisheries have reached nearly P166 million and another P20 million in infrastructure damage in 23 villages. Some 2,499 farmers and fishermen were directly affected by weeklong heavy rains. Storm surge also destroyed dozens of houses in coastal villages.
Classes in all levels had been suspended since October 16 with the local government placing Zamboanga under state of calamity to hasten the release of funds.
The City Agricultural Office released the breakdown for the damaged areas and their total value including number of farmers affected as follows: Rice – 367.6 hectares, value: P24.241 million affecting 337 farmers; Corn – 266.2 hectares, value: P10.851 million affecting 181 farmers; assorted vegetables – 393.5 hectares, value: P78.517 million affecting 573 farmers; Banana – 8 hectares, value: P406,738 affecting 43 farmers; seaweeds – 687.8 hectares, value: P18.540 million affecting 1,082 farmers; Fishpond – 928.2 hectares, value: 23.045 million affecting 282 farmers and rubber - .2 hectares. 
Of the 98 villages here, it said 23 were hardest hit by heavy rains, flash floods and storm surge and these were Ayala, Calarian, Campo Islam, Labuan, Limpapa, Maasin, Patalon, Sinunuc, Talisayan, San Jose Gusu, Villa Sta. Maria, Tugbungan, Tetuan, Boalan, Mangusu, Vitali, Tumaga, San Roque, Licomo, Tictapul, Taluksangay and Pamucutan. 
At least while 88 houses were totally destroyed and 197 partially damaged as a result of the flash floods and storm surge incidents, according to the City Social Welfare and Development. Social workers continue Saturday relief operations in the villages and evacuation centers. Local radio stations E-Media, Radio Mindanao Network and Brigada also launched their own relief efforts to help those displaced by the typhoon. Local newspapers and television news flashed video and photos of politicians distributing relief goods to residents displaced by the typhoon. (Mindanao Examiner)
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Friday, October 20, 2017

Vice Mayor, 2 iba pa huli dahil sa ilegal na armas

COTABATO CITY – Dinakip kahapon ng pulisya ang vice mayor at isang barangay kapitan ng bayan ng Palimbang sa Sultan Kudarat province matapos na lusubin ng mga awtoridad ang kanilang mga bahay dahil sa pagtatago ng mga armas na wala umanong papeles.
Isa pang sibilyan ang nasakote ng mga parak matapos itong maabutan sa bahay ni Barangay Medol charman Abubakar Abdullah na kung saan ay nadakip rin si Abdullah Ibrahim dahil sa dala nitong .45-kalibre pistol.
Nabawi naman kay Vice Mayor Harun Sabiwang ang isang M203 rifle na may nakakabit na grenade launcher at isang .45-kalibre pistola. Nahaharap ang tatlo sa kasong illegal possession of firearms matapos silang mabigo na magpakita ng mga lisensya sa kanilang mga armas.
Ayon sa mga ulat, nitong buwan lamang ay pinasok rin ng mga awtoridad ang bahay ni Palimbang Mayor Abubakar Maulana at nakuha sa kanyang tahanan ang isang granada. Hindi pa natatagpuan si Maulana. Bahagi umano ang nasabing operasyon sa kampanya ng pulisya kontra ilegal na armas. (Mindanao Examiner)
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ARMM holds Archives Day forum

COTABATO CITY – The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao marked its 2nd Archives Day celebration and held recently a day-long forum to educate employees handling records on how to comply with National Archives of the Philippines (NAP) circulars and standards.

"I hope that this activity will instil in the consciousness of ARMM offices and Bangsamoro constituents to know how important to archive records and documents," Abdulhamid C. Alawi, Jr., ARMM Records Chief, said.

"Archiving allows for reference at a later point in time. If all the offices in the region will archive important documents and records, then it will be easy for the next administration to plan for the next programs in the region," he added.

Dr. Ronaldo C. Ferariza, Supervising Records Management Analyst, of the NAP-Regional Archival Network, provided input on archives administration, security records and records creation, and control. The other speaker, Richel Jane R. Guinto, also a Senior Records Management Analyst, gave lecture on records disposition administration.

"It is important for the offices to conserve and promote the Filipino cultural heritage and resources including the documentary records of Filipino culture, history, and governance," Dr. Ferariza said as he reiterated the necessity of giving utmost priority to the protection and preservation of the public documents and records as it will be essential tools for the preservation of the country’s rich history and colorful cultural memory.

NAP is the home of about 60 million documents from the centuries of Spanish rule in the Philippines, the American and Japanese occupations, as well as the years of the Republic. It is also the final repository for the voluminous notarized documents of the country.

Its main responsibility is to preserve the primary sources of information on Philippine history, the basic components of cultural heritage and collective memory.

Dr. Ferariza cited Republic Act 9470, which states that all public records with enduring value, held by government offices, including, but not limited to, all branches of government, constitutional offices, local government units, government-owned and -controlled corporations, state universities and colleges, Philippine embassies, consulates and other Philippine offices abroad shall be transferred to a permanent government repository for proper management, control and regulation of record disposition.

He said that each agency must keep and preserve a logbook in which all official acts, decisions, transactions or contract pertaining to their functions shall be in chronological order.

Speeches, press releases, publications, programs, reorganization records, standard operating procedures, issuances, logbooks, manuals, official gazettes, master lists of the participants in the seminars or trainings, property cards, resolutions, legal opinions, deeds of donation, decisions, staffing patterns, service cards, reports, personnel actions, plantilla of personnel, handwriting specimens and signature, auditor's copy, trial balances and supporting schedules, profits and losses, accounts receivable, registry books of checked released, registered checks warrants, official cash books, list of remittances, sundry payments by checks and warrants, expense ledgers, financial statements, cash flow charts, books of final entry, cooks of original entry, annual statements of accounts payable, and organizational performance indicator framework are deemed ready for permanent storage.

"At the end of the day, our objective of coming here in ARMM is to let the employees here know what is the value of the records," Dr. Ferariza said. (Bureau of Public Information)

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Militar, nagbabawas na ng puwersa sa Marawi

MARAWI CITY – Dahan-dahan nang nagbabawas ang militar ng mga puwersa nito sa Marawi City na kung saan ay lumiliit na ang hawak na lugar ng ISIS doon.
Kahapon ay pormal ng lumisan pabalik ng Luzon ang 1st Infantry Battalion upang magpahinga ang mga sundalo nito at sumailalim sa “enhancement training”. Ang nasabing unit ay isa sa mga unang ipinadala sa Marawi upang makipaglaban sa ISIS. Ito rin ang napagligtas sa 34 katao na bihag ng mga jihadist.
Pinarangalan naman ng militar si Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Tampus at 3 pang company commanders nito at binigyan sila ng Silver Cross Medal at Commander Plaque mula sa Western Mindanao Command. Nasa 500-600 ang bilang ng isang batalyon.
“I laud the men and women of the 1st Infantry Battalion for their dedicated service and for being here at the onset of the Marawi siege. My gratitude to you for a job well done,” ani Major General Danilo Pamonag, ng Joint Task Marawi.
Una nang dineklara ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na “liberated” na ang Marawi matapos na mapatay kamakailan ang pinuno ng local na ISIS na si Isnilon Hapilon at ang jihadist commander na si Omar Maute. Napaslang rin kamakalawa si Malaysian university professor Dr Mahmud Ahmad na kabilang sa mga lider ng ISIS sa Marawi City.
Sa kabila nito ay patuloy naman ang opensiba pa ng militar laban sa mga natitirang jihadists na tinatayang mahigit pa sa tatlong dosena na may hawak rin sa ilang mga bihag.
Inaasahan na kapag tapos na ang labanan ay ang rebeldeng New People’s Army naman ang bibirahin ng militar at ito ay ayon na rin sa kautusan ni Duterte makaraang ibasura nito ang peace talks ng hindi lumagda sa cease-fire agreement ang mga komunista. (Mindanao Examiner)
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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Court Administrator of the Supreme Court gets warm welcome in Sulu






 Justice Jose Midas Marquez with acting Sulu Governor Nurunisah Tan and former Sulu Governor Dr. Sakur "Datu Shabandar" Tan and  municipal mayors. (Ahl-franzie Salinas)

SULU – Justice Jose Midas Marquez has visited Sulu province on Wednesday and acting Governor Nurunisah Tan led municipal mayors and other provincial officials in welcoming the Court Administrator of the Supreme Court.
Also present in welcoming Marquez was former Sulu Governor Dr. Sakur “Datu Shabandar” Tan, who joined the acting governor in presenting the Court Administrator the newly-constructed building the provincial government built in Jolo town for the provincial judiciary offices and the National Bureau of Investigation.
The former governor also gave Marquez samples of locally-produced Mangosteen jam.
While in Sulu, Marquez also visited the Sulu Area Coordinating Center and met with officials of the Department of the Interior and Local Government. Marquez was impressed with the beauty of Sulu and the warm reception he got from the locals and their officials.
Marquez is the 14th Court Administrator (of the Supreme Court) for the lower courts since the creation of the Office of the Court Administrator in 1975. As Court Administrator, he has supervision over some 2,600 judges and 25,000 court personnel across the country.
His responsibilities include judicial discipline of lower court justices, judges and personnel; administrative interventions in case management of lower courts; overseeing of halls of justice and court houses, issuing court circulars and memoranda, and providing public assistance and information.
A certified court insider, he started his career in the Supreme Court in 1991 as a summer apprentice doing legal research in the office of an associate justice while still in law school. He then became a regular law clerk of several justices of the Supreme Court until he reached his present position. He was once concurrently the Court Administrator, Spokesperson of the Supreme Court, and Chief of its Public Information Office, and Chief of Staff of the Office of the Chief Justice.
He presently heads various committees and projects in the Supreme Court and is a law professor and Chairperson of the Philippine Judicial Academy Department of Court Administration, and also an author and editor of a number of law books. Admitted as a member of the Philippine Bar in March 1994, he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics in 1987 and Juris Doctor Degree in 1993, both from the Ateneo de Manila University. (Ahl-franzie Salinas)
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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Tree crashes into house, kills woman in Zamboanga

ZAMBOANGA CITY – A woman was pinned to death after a huge tree, uprooted by heavy rains and strong winds, crashed into their home early Wednesday in Zamboanga City in southern Philippines.
Jocelyn Sajili was killed on the spot by the weight of the heavy Balete tree and her husband, Nasser, was also severely injured and pinned under the debris in Sinunuc village.
The couple’s two children were injured and safely pulled out by rescuers under the house and rushed to hospital.  
Heavy rains and gusting winds overnight, brought about by a typhoon, have flooded many areas in Zamboanga and caused rockslides in remote mountains villages. But rains since early this week have already affected over 12,200 people in 12 villages.
Classes in all levels remain suspended since October 16 because of the bad weather. (Mindanao Examiner)
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