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11 suspects hunted for fatal hazing

IF you think joining a fraternity keeps you safe from prowling bullies, think again. A student did just that but died anyway. A 20-year old student was pronounced dead on arrival at the Governor Celestino Gallares Hospital in Tagbilaran City . The victim's body bore traces of hematoma and severe leg injuries, telltale signs of hazing, said Dr. Aida T. Inting. Full story

Capitol jolted again with back hoe deal

The back hoe transaction was tackled during the Governor's Report last Friday where the provincial executive directed lawyer Handel Lagunay, chair of the Bids and Awards Committee to explain if indeed the provincial government was at the losing end of the deal. Lagunay explained that the transaction amounted to P9.7 million because it included an accessory called hydraulic breaker. Full story

2 years later, still no case


TWO years after graft charges were filed in connection with the P165-million Talibon dam scam, the Office of the Ombudsman Visayas still has not filed a single case in court. The Boholanos Against Corruption, Oppression and Social Harassment (Bacos) filed the case arising from “unearthed anomalies relative to the funding release” for the supposed construction project of the P165-M Talibon Small Irrigation Project last July 14, 2004. Full story

‘Dream port', road project inaugurated in Cabilao Island
Countryside development in the first congressional district is moving at a fast pace. This may accelerate even faster following the official unveiling of what Congressman Edgar M. Chatto and local officials call a ‘dream port' and a farm-to-market road project in Cabilao island in Loon town recently. Full story

Oyster congress features Lectures, demos, display

BOHOL Oyster Congress promises to be a day of lectures, demonstrations and product display as it opens at the Agricultural Promotion Center here, July 18. Adopting the theme,”Talaba: Pagkaing Masustansya; Pagkaing Pangmasa”, the congress which opens with a program at 9 is envisioned to further popularize oyster culture as an alternative and sustainable livelihood for river communities. Full story

Campsite grills new comedy show treat
CAMPSITE bar and grill, in its anniversary month-long festivities will be presenting a live comedy show on Saturday, July 22 featuring some of the top comedians from Cebu. Full story
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July 16, 2006 issue