PNP: Help Bring About Justice, Preserve Crime Scenes

PNP Marinduque BOAC, Marinduque – Preserving crime scenes will help authorities cut down rising unresolved cases, according to the Philippine National Police. This is the primary goal of the Crime Scene Awareness Seminar held at the Boac Covered Court by the Marinduque Police Provincial Office (MPPO). The Chief of Operations Management Division of the Philippine National Police Crime Laboratory in Camp Crame, Police Senior Superintendent Elimer Catabay was invited to speak before 300 barangay officials about the importance of keeping pieces of evidence untouched. The more untampered the evidence is,…

DSWD Nagbibigay ng Education Grants Para sa mga Kasapi ng 4Ps

4P’s Logo, a program of DSWD BOAC, Marinduque – May 281 magaaral ang nabigyan ng ESGPPA Grants ngayong taon. Ang ESGPPA ay ang Expanded Student Grants in Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation ng Department of Social Welfare and Development Office, na ipinapatupad na dito sa lalawigan ngayong SY 2014-2015. Ang mga anak na kasapi ng 4Ps o Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program na “deserving” o may kakayanang mag-aral sa kolehiyo ay maaring mabigyan ng opportunidad upang makapagaral sa ilalim ng ESGPPA sa isang pampubliko o pribadong paaralan. Sa ESGPPA mabibigyan ang…

Paalam, Ka Noel Magturo

Ka Noel and the MIMAROPA Sunrise where he served as Executive Editor The Marinduque First Saturday Movers, Inc. (MFSMI) is with great sadness of the passing of Mr. Noel V. Magturo, a native of Boac, Marinduque. Noel passed away on July 20, 2014. Mr. Magturo was a valued member of the MFSMI.A NewsmanKa Noel, as known to many served as the Producer and Host of Ay Marinduque. He was also the Executive Editor of The MIMAROPA Sunrise, a weekly community regional newsmagazine that publishes news and updates across MIMAROPA Region.…

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…

PPA Calls On Bidders For Three Port Devts Worth PHP176M

Port of Laylay in Boac, Marinduque The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is setting aside P176 million to for seaport development in Bohol, Marinduque, and Surigao del Norte. Nearly P59 million will be spent to build a passenger terminal building at the Port of Tagbilaran in Bohol, while P73.5 million will be used to construction a wharf, a roll-on roll-off (Roro) ramp, and a back-up area at the Port of Balanacan in Mogpog, Marinduque, the port regulator said in an invitation to bid. PPA said investors have until April 14 to…