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ANTIQUE HAS TWO GUVS

Cadiao takes over Capitol; Javier won’t budge

By: Albert T. Mamora

SAN JOSE, Antique – The province of Antique has two governors.

This, as Vice Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao was sworn in as governor, replacing Exequiel “Boy Ex” Javier who was disqualified by the Commission on Elections for violating election laws.

Cadiao took her oath before Punong Barangay Aster M. Hiponia of Atabay village here past 3 p.m. Thursday.

Cadiao said she only followed the advice of Comelec chairman Sixto Brilliantes under the rule of succession.

“I have to follow the orders of the Comelec to fill in the vacuum since the operations of the capitol was affected because of this case,” Cadiao said.

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1st district mayors absent in LMP meeting

By: Louine Hope Conserva

ALL SEVEN mayors of the first district were absent during the League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LMP) Iloilo meeting last Wednesday at the Provincial Capitol.

The first district is composed of the towns of Oton, Tigbauan, Guimbal, Miagao, San Joaquin, Igbaras and Tubungan.

LMP-Iloilo President and Barotac Viejo Mayor Niel “Bing” Tupas III said 25 mayors attended the meeting.

“Towns in the second to the fourth districts were well represented. Others who were not able to attend sent their representatives,” the Tupas said.

Some of the mayors present were Mayor Dennis Superficial of Sta. Barbara, Mayor Michael Gorriceta of Pavia and Mayor Rolito Cajilig of Leon for the second district.

For the third district, those who attended were Mayors Alex Centena of Calinog, Reynor Gonzales of Lambuano and Rey Grabato of Mina.

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IT-BPM needs better manpower

By: Louine Hope Conserva

TO BUILD the global competitiveness of students in the country, the IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) conducted a Basic English Skills Training (BEST) to strengthen the effective English communication of college and university graduates.

Zoe Diaz de Rivera, IBPAP quality manager and master trainer, was at the West Visayas State University early this week to train around 30 professors in the four macro communication skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).

Rivera said that this year, they will conduct service management program (SMP) training for the 17 state universities and colleges (SUCs) in the country.

“We have identified several areas with the help of the academe to improve our graduates’ communication skills, initiative and critical thinking,” Zoe told The Daily Guardian.

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By: Edson J. Bañares

STARTING FEBRUARY 1, applicants for the PNP entrance and promotional exams scheduled on April 29 can access the On-Line Exam Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) of the National Police Commission.

Napolcom vice chair and executive officer Eduardo U. Escueta said the innovative project is the answer to the perennial problem of both civilian and police officers who have been bearing the long queues during the exam application period.

Under the new system, applicants are required to utilize the on-line system to request the Napolcom regional offices for their schedule on the filing of examination application after which they will personally appear only at the date assigned to them, with their printed on-line confirmation letter and other required documents.

The period for on-line scheduling is on February 1 to 13, while February 14 to March 16 is set for the filing of application.

Applicants for the PNP Entrance Exam are required to bring the printed letter-reply confirming the scheduled appointment, duly accomplished form (Napolcom Form 1-A) and Index card provided by the office, three recent and identical 1”x1” colored ID pictures with white background and with complete name tag, examination fee of P400, one legal-sized window envelope with P12 worth of mailing stamps, applicant’s transcript of scholastic records or diploma, and authenticated birth certificate.

On the other hand, applicants for the PNP Promotional Exam are required to bring the following, printed letter-reply confirming the scheduled appointment, duly accomplished form (Napolcom Form 1-A) and Index card provided by the office, two recent and identical 1”x1” colored ID pictures with white background and with complete name tag, one legal-sized window envelope with P12 worth of mailing stamps, certified true copy of attested appointment, plantilla appointment or absorption order, and report of rating/certification issued by the Napolcom Central office, CSC Certificate of Eligibility and/or PRC Board certificate.

The examination fees for the PNP promotional exam are P400 for the Police Officer Exam, P450 for Senior Police Officer exam, P500 for the Police Inspector exam and P600 for the Police Superintendent examination.

The applicants for the PNP entrance exam is required to wear plain white t-shirt (with or without collar) or white polo shirt, dark pants and shoes and a GOA Type B or patrol shirt are required of applicants for the PNP promotional exam.

Napolcom will not accept walk-in applicants who have not gone through the OLEASS. 

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Probing cops is like probing Dracula for his love of blood

January 30, 2015 10:58 AM

By: Alex P. Vidal

“It's kind of fun to do the impossible.” – Walt Disney

WE know that Dracula loves to drink blood, thus we shouldn’t be shocked anymore why he wants to be employed in the blood bank. Read more...

One armed force

January 30, 2015 10:56 AM

By: Modesto P. Sao-noy

THE massacre of the Philippine National Police Special Action Force is another proof that a country should have only one legally constituted armed force. We cannot have fiefdoms with their own armed forces and expect that all will be well, that each will coordinate with the others in the enforcement of their missions.

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Confronted with brutal realities, what do Filipinos do?

January 30, 2015 10:54 AM

By: Ellen Tordesillas

(The author is an Antiqueña journalist based in Metro Manila. She also writes for Malaya, Abante and VERA Files)

FORTY-four members of the Special Action Force, the elite group of the Philippine National Police, were killed by the rebel Muslim group the Aquino government has signed a peace agreement with. Read more...

Seeing through anniversary celebrations

January 30, 2015 10:52 AM

By: Fr. Roy Cimagala

ANNIVERSARY celebrations of whatever milestone we have in life should not just be some de rigueur events that we simply go through because they happen to be the days of the anniversary. Read more...

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