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Old September 13th, 2009, 04:04 AM   #6981
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THE Philippine Carabao Center (PCC) has expressed support for the booming carabao milk industry in Western Visayas.

This developed as PCC officials urged farmers in Iloilo Province to invest in the industry.

Arn Granada, OIC-Center Director of the Philippine Carabao Center (PCC) in the Western Visayas State University (WVSU)-Calinog, said farmers should consider carabao milk production as an alternative for farming.
He said the PCC is willing to assist farmers in the milking industry by providing technical assistance, artificial inseminations, marketing prospects, and even in looking for quality breeds of carabao that are good for milk production.

Granada describes this growing milk industry as “white gold.”

He noted that carabao milk can be sold at P60 to P70 per liter in the market.

With the more than 200,000 carabaos in Western Visayas alone, this milk business could earn for the farmers and local governments billions every year. Granada said LGUs and farmers should take this business opportunity seriously.

The Iloilo Provincial Agriculture Office and the Department of Agriculture has helped willing farmers in the region with their carabao milk produce.

Granada lamented that the country has been producing a mere two billion liters of milk every year. This is not enough for the daily consumption of the public, hence the need for the Philippines to import milk from New Zealand and other nations, he said.

Most milk from Boracay is from the Mindanao region, where the local government has been very supportive of the local milk industry. Granada said LGUs in Iloilo should do the same. (PNA)
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DPWH completes Ro-Ro access road


THE Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) recently completed the concrete paving works for the 650 lineal meter portion of San Miguel-Sebaste Road, a major road network for the roll on-roll off (Roro) facility from Negros Occidental to Guimaras and then to Iloilo and the rest of Panay Island.

DPWH Guimaras District Engineer Teodoro Castillo said the road portion is funded with P16.771 million and is among the pump-priming projects in Western Visayas earmarked to boost tourism activities of Guimaras island province and provide access for the Roro.

Rehabilitation and improvement of the whole stretch of 16.24 kilometer San Miguel-Sebaste Road, presently categorized as provincial road, will need a funding amount of P265 million, mostly coming from the DPWH’s regular budget.

The island province has three busy seaports, one in the municipality of Buenavista and two in Jordan town. The Sebaste wharf was upgraded and rehabilitated to accommodate pumpboats and Roro vessels from Negros island.

Castillo said they sped up the project implementation and finished it two months ahead of schedule upon instructions of DPWH Secretary Hermogenes Ebdane Jr. as part of DPWH's efforts to pump prime the local economy in support with DPWH's economic resiliency plan to generate local job opportunities. (LCP)



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Old September 15th, 2009, 05:21 AM   #6984
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EU okays health investment plan for Panay

KALIBO, Aklan — The European Union has approved the Provincial Investment Plan for Health (PIPH) of the four provinces of Panay, including the Guimaras province.

Aklan Gov. Carlito Marquez said for the province the EU approved a P1.4-billion fund for health programs to be implemented until 2013.

The EU funding will be coursed through the Department of Health (DoH).

“We will be implementing it for the upgrading of hospital services. We will also be using it to finance other health programs on anti-tuberculosis, facilities and health care for mothers and children and their immunization among others,” Marquez said.

Under the EU program, the DoH, the Aklan provincial and the local government units should allocate a counterpart fund.

“At least P80 million will be appropriated by the DoH while we also have to seek solicitation for donors wherein we are tasked to generate P672 million until 2013,” Marquez said.

Bulk of the funding, or about P423.5 million will go to the upgrading of health facilities. (PNA)

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Old September 17th, 2009, 03:15 AM   #6987
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Tax perks granted

THE BOARD of Investments has granted tax perks to two real estate developments in Antipolo and Antique worth a total of P128 million. Crown Asia Properties will be spending P108 million to build 83 housing units on 18,600 square meters of land in Barangay San Roque, Antipolo, the board said in a statement yesterday. Each unit will be sold for P2.2 million to P3 million. The development will be dubbed Mille Luce 2 and will share Mille Luce 1’s clubhouse, road network and water and drainage systems. Operations are slated to begin this month, employing 56 workers. La Parola Orchids Beach Resort, meanwhile, will be investing P20 million to put up a 43-room beach resort in Patnogon, Antique. The development will feature a 10-room hotel, 10 villas with two bedrooms each, and 10 cottages. Clubhouses, a pool and a restaurant will also be built. Twenty-four workers will be employed when commercial operations begin in March next year. The board granted both project non-pioneer status, qualifying each for up to four years of income tax holidays and other incentives. Under the 2009 Investment Priorities Plan, mass housing projects and tourism infrastructure are among preferred activities entitled to tax perks.

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Old September 18th, 2009, 04:48 AM   #6989
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Migo Kabankalan is already a highly urbanized city since april 2009 pa. It is the only component city in western visayas with that status and second to mandaue city in cebu in the entire visayas. halin na migo sa RDC nakita ko paglabay ko sa city hall sg april.
good to hear,,,thanks for the latest update my friend

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ha? mambukal for township? i hadnt heared that....i think, its not a good idea. mambukal is just a part of barangay minoyan in murcia. and as what i observed, di pa ito talaga improved. IMO....so, better stay in murcia, coz if they separate, di na ma push through and plan to make murcia as city, coz big revenue nakukuha sa tourism activity in mambukal...big affection ito in part of murcia if happens...
agree...at di naman siguro masyadong malaki ang land area ng murcia...last ko nabasa sa online news before,,,perhaps 3-4 years daw maging cityhood na ang murcia

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2 companies? hmmm...tanduay at PLDT? about sa school, we have here Central Philippine Adventist College in Alegria, La Consolacion College- Murcia in town proper, and Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology in talotog...
oh may NNSCST na gali sila...bago ni mig?

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Sorry for the OT: very accommodating... unlike my experience in another thread... may nag aso daun. Don't change.

Hows the road improvements is southern Negros? the last time i passed by there, the roads were 'wew' hehe..
when was the last time you've been there friend? the last i was visited to my hometown in southern negros september 2008 the 4th district (himamaylan, binalbagan, hinigaran) was under road improvement...to dates sigurado mas maganda na...
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yes, bag-o palang migs @ Christendom....

actually, this year, 2 di ang nag ulhot na college, Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology kag La Consolacion College. TESDA course pa man lang...


land area sang murcia is just fair. bigger pa gani land area sang murcia than bacolod...marami pang bigas kaming kakainin para maging syudad kami...
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THE LISTED ENERGY outfit of the Phinma Group is joining the wind energy bandwagon, planning to install 400 megawatts (MW) of capacity in 38 sites around the country.

“Because of the issue on climate change, and because globally there is now a direction towards using clean energy, then we have positioned ourselves by seeking aggressively opportunities in renewable energy, primarily wind,” Francisco L. Viray, Trans-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corp. president and chief executive, said.

The average investment was pegged at $2.5 million per MW. Mr. Viray did not give a specific timeline for the long-term project, saying only that the first phase of the plan would be completed by 2012, with the commissioning of an 8-MW wind farm in Guimaras island.

“If we can get NGCP (National Grid Corp. of the Philippines) to put up the cable as hopefully required by the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, then we will expand that to 54 MW, I guess in the next two years,” Mr. Viray said, referring to the Guimaras facility.

At present, the only wind power producer in the country is Northwind Development Corp., through a 33-MW wind farm in Bangui Bay, Ilocos Norte. Though the wind farm supplies about 40% of Ilocos Norte’s power needs, it only accounts for 0.33% and 0.25% of the Luzon and national grids, respectively.

Asked why Trans-Asia is pursuing wind power among other possible renewable energy projects, Mr. Viray said wind power is the most viable in terms of available technology.

“Globally I guess wind will be the next-generation clean technology in the market,” Mr. Viray said.

“With a properly defined FIT (feed-in tariff) and a properly defined government policy, wind will probably take the lead in terms of economic viability of RE projects,” Mr. Viray added.

The feed-in tariff system guarantees a fixed price of electricity to be purchased from renewable energy sources for 12 years. Another rule yet to be set is the energy portfolio standard to be determined by the Renewable Energy Board, which will include mandatory utilization of renewable energy in power grids.

The Energy department is aiming to double the country’s capacity in renewable energy to 9,000 MW in 10 years.

The Renewable Energy Law is offering fiscal incentives such as income tax holidays for the first seven years of operation, tax-free carbon credits from renewable energy projects, and tariff exemption and duty-free importation of machinery and equipment for the first 10 years of operation. Power from renewable energy sources are also exempt from the value-added tax.

The Philippines is considered as the world’s second-largest geothermal energy producer and the largest wind energy developer in Southeast Asia.

Trans-Asia shares yesterday closed at P1.20 apiece, lower than the previous day’s close of P1.26 per share. — Jose Bimbo F. Santos
grabe ang investments sang phinma sa iloilo and guimaras provinces... bullish sila.

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I miss Guimaras. I remember when we went arouind the island using a pravate car in less than a half day. Then we were frequent in Jordan ss Colmenares, it's overlooking Iloilo City. We bought fish banda sa unhan sang Colmenares then luto kag inum. Sa Holy Week nagasaka kami sa Balaan Bukid sa side kami naga-agi.

Is Colmenares Resort still there? Si Tatang pa gihapon ang gadumala? Tatang is a gay nga medyo parlorista ang dating pero that time he was old already.

May swimming pool sa Colmenares kay may mga aircon rooms ina sila.
may photo ka sang colmenares? nami ang resort?
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ang Guimaras pre pra gd man ni sa mga tao nga mahilig mg lingling este hiking gli. hehehe!




frankly speaking miss ko na MANGGA sng Guimaras ky mananam kg mtam-is. (walang katulad)



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THE LISTED ENERGY outfit of the Phinma Group is joining the wind energy bandwagon, planning to install 400 megawatts (MW) of capacity in 38 sites around the country.

“Because of the issue on climate change, and because globally there is now a direction towards using clean energy, then we have positioned ourselves by seeking aggressively opportunities in renewable energy, primarily wind,” Francisco L. Viray, Trans-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corp. president and chief executive, said.

The average investment was pegged at $2.5 million per MW. Mr. Viray did not give a specific timeline for the long-term project, saying only that the first phase of the plan would be completed by 2012, with the commissioning of an 8-MW wind farm in Guimaras island.

“If we can get NGCP (National Grid Corp. of the Philippines) to put up the cable as hopefully required by the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, then we will expand that to 54 MW, I guess in the next two years,” Mr. Viray said, referring to the Guimaras facility.

At present, the only wind power producer in the country is Northwind Development Corp., through a 33-MW wind farm in Bangui Bay, Ilocos Norte. Though the wind farm supplies about 40% of Ilocos Norte’s power needs, it only accounts for 0.33% and 0.25% of the Luzon and national grids, respectively.

Asked why Trans-Asia is pursuing wind power among other possible renewable energy projects, Mr. Viray said wind power is the most viable in terms of available technology.

“Globally I guess wind will be the next-generation clean technology in the market,” Mr. Viray said.

“With a properly defined FIT (feed-in tariff) and a properly defined government policy, wind will probably take the lead in terms of economic viability of RE projects,” Mr. Viray added.

The feed-in tariff system guarantees a fixed price of electricity to be purchased from renewable energy sources for 12 years. Another rule yet to be set is the energy portfolio standard to be determined by the Renewable Energy Board, which will include mandatory utilization of renewable energy in power grids.

The Energy department is aiming to double the country’s capacity in renewable energy to 9,000 MW in 10 years.

The Renewable Energy Law is offering fiscal incentives such as income tax holidays for the first seven years of operation, tax-free carbon credits from renewable energy projects, and tariff exemption and duty-free importation of machinery and equipment for the first 10 years of operation. Power from renewable energy sources are also exempt from the value-added tax.

The Philippines is considered as the world’s second-largest geothermal energy producer and the largest wind energy developer in Southeast Asia.

Trans-Asia shares yesterday closed at P1.20 apiece, lower than the previous day’s close of P1.26 per share. — Jose Bimbo F. Santos



gwapo gli kng my wind power na da eh noh? nami dyun mg picture2x dala kupo-kupo! hahahaha!

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A blog entry I found about Isla Naburot, Guimaras!

http://legally-bald.livejournal.com/528945.html

Would love to visit this Island one of these days, budget permitting.
thanks for sharing Hard ball.


ang isla Naburot amu gd na gna kalang-kagan sng mga Koreano. kg nami da ya daan climate ta. dri ya dagat nila bsan summer lamig gyapon hehehe!




thanks Labeth for your wonderful pets, ayyy! pics gali! hehehehe!
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nami gid tuod magpaliwa-liwa sa Guimaras kapin pa kung summer ... more pics of Guimaras please. Thanks.
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actually, this year, 2 di ang nag ulhot na college, Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology kag La Consolacion College. TESDA course pa man lang...

land area sang murcia is just fair. bigger pa gani land area sang murcia than bacolod...marami pang bigas kaming kakainin para maging syudad kami...
3 branches naman gali ang LCC: Bacolod, La Carlota, & Murcia

ok lang yan,,,kahit maraming asin ang kakainin kung mabilis lang naman siya kumain,,,lalo na katabi pa sya ng bacolod
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ok lang yan,,,kahit maraming asin ang kakainin kung mabilis lang naman siya kumain,,,lalo na katabi pa sya ng bacolod
sa pagkakaalam ko, nagsara na ang La Consolacion College La Carlota, take over daw ang mga pari sa school. Currently, they have LCC Bacolod, LCC Gardenville, LCC Murcia (my alma mater!!), and LCS Isabela (ewan kung college narin?)...
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sa pagkakaalam ko, nagsara na ang La Consolacion College La Carlota, take over daw ang mga pari sa school. Currently, they have LCC Bacolod, LCC Gardenville, LCC Murcia (my alma mater!!), and LCS Isabela (ewan kung college narin?)...
sayang nagsara,,,sana may mag take over...i think marami silang campuses sa ibang negros towns pero most hanggang high school lang
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