Buenavista police, disseminates info on curfew hours

On July 4, 2016 at about 10:00 AM, PO1 Annalyn F. Macdon, FJGAD PNCO/WCPD Investigator under the direct supervision of PINSP Conraluz G. Tang, Officer In-Charge discussed Municipal Ordinance on Curfew hours for minors, regulating the use videoke machine under RA 8749, PD 984 and PD 1152 to the senior citizens of Barangay Sihi, Buenavista, Marinduque. Likewise distributed flyers to the high school students of BNHS-Sihi Annex about the topics discussed. Photo by Buenavista Police Community Relation

Buenavista Police, nagpaalala sa implementasyon ng curfew

Kasabay ng pagbisita ng Buenavista Municipal Police Office sa kanilang mga nasasakupang barangay ngayong araw, Hunyo 23, nagsagawa rin sila ng diyalogo at pamamahagi ng mga flyers kaugnay ng Republic Act 9262 o ang Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act. Gayundin, nagpaaalala ang kagawaran ng pulisya sa pagpapalaganap at implementasyon ng pambayang ordinansa patungkol sa curfew.

Mga Kababayang May Kapansanan, Binigyang Halaga

National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation BOAC, Marinduque – Isinagawa kaninang umaga ang culminating activity o pagtatapos ng pagdiriwang ng 36th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week ng Department of Health (DOH) sa PDRRMC Training and Convention Center, Boac. Ang DOH MIMAROPA Office Team sa pamumuno ni Executive Assistant Rhodora Tayag, kinatawan ni DOH Regional Dir. Eduardo C. Janairo ay dumating upang isagawa ang programang ito sa tulong ng provincial government of Marinduque sa pamumuno ni Gov. Carmencita O. Reyes at ni Congresswoman Regina O. Reyes. Sa mga salitang binitiwan…

Marinduque rally gainst mine waste deal

Lucena City – More than a thousand people held a rally on Monday in Boac, Marinduque province, to protest a $20-million deal being offered to the province  as compensation for the 1996 mine waste spill that killed the Boac River and its tributaries and is considered the country’s worst mining disaster. Boac Councilor Rolando Larracas, in a phone interview, said the offer was “gravely disadvantageous to the people who have long been suffering from the environment destruction left by their past mining operation.” The $20 million take-it-or-leave-it package was offered…