Mister na may ‘financial problem’, nagbigti

STA. CRUZ, Marinduque – Tinapos na ng isang 60-anyos na mister ang kanyang buhay dahil umano sa pinansyal na suliranin. Nasawi noon din ang biktimang si Danilo Mendoza, ng Barangay Kamandugan, Santa Cruz, Marinduque. Ayon sa Facebook post ni Dr. Tito Rejano “Early morning call today, August 9 with Sta. Cruz PNP-Marinduque to do Post Mort-em Examination to a 60 year old male, married, from Brgy. Kamandugan, Sta. Cruz, Marinduque who died of asphyxia by hanging. Financial problem with court case with COA when he was still a Brgy. Treasurer…

Isang opisyal ng BFP-Marinduque, kasama sa listahan ni Duterte

BOAC, Marinduque – Pinangalan ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang mga mayor, kongresista, judges, militar at pulis na umano’y sangkot sa droga. Ginawa ni Duterte ang pagbubunyag sa isang talumpati sa Davao City noong Agosto 7, Linggo ng madaling araw. Aniya, isusunod niyang ilalabas ang mga prosecutor na sangkot sa droga. “Others are doing re-validation again. Alam mo kasi hindi ma… I could be wrong. I could be wrong pero ‘pag ito kasi it has undergone a process. So any mistake of the military and the police dito, ako ‘yun nagkasala,” sabi…

‘The Sister’, a film by a native of Boac, Marinduque

Indie Nation a Special Section of Cinemalaya 2016 will be showcasing various awesome and worth-watching independent films this August 6-14, 2016. Among the new film that will exclusively be screened in Little Theater,  Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) is “The Sister”. The Sister was written and directed by a native of Boac, Marinduque, Joseph Israel Laban. Laban is an award-winning Tagalog journalist and independent filmmaker. He is also a Palanca-winning playwright and a Fulbright Scholar. He obtained his Master’s degree in Journalism with a concentration in News and Documentary…

Duterte to mining industry: ‘Filipinos will survive without you’

MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte has issued an ultimatum to the Philippine mining industry: Shape up or ship out. “I can forego with the P40 billion I collect from you guys and the Filipinos will survive without you. Either you follow strictly government standards or you close up,”Duterte said at a news briefing in Malacañang on Monday, August 1. Duterte zeroed in on mining companies that do not comply with the government’s environmental protection standards. He named Marcopper Mining Corporation, a Canadian company that ran copper mines in Marinduque…