Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share 212 Views 2 comments Macina Bethel First Class HonoursUnder the patronage of HIS Excellency, The President Dr. Nicholas J.O. Liverpool and Mrs. Liverpool and the Pro – Vice Chancellor’s Procession fifty one (51) Students graduated from the University of the West Indies at ten (10) O Clock this Morning.The Students who graduated at the Fort Young Hotel graduated in the following subjects: Certificate in Early Childhood EducationGlenda BertrandMonica CharlesTamar Charles (Distinction)Mariline EmmanuelLaura GeorgeJoycelyn Graham LarondeLucina Jno Baptiste SerrantBernadette JonesLinda JoephAgnes LaguerreElizabeth Tracy RolleSheron SamuelElizabeth Xavier Daily (Distinction)Executive Diploma in ManagementNarrine MurphyMarcus VidalBachelor of Science in Nursing (Post Registered Nurse)Biola AmindeSandra DanielJacqueline FerrolAnn Marie FrancisJaila Le blanc (First Class Hons)Tamar Pierre (First Class Hons)Mignon ShillingfordBachelor in EducationRonald AustrieStephanie Darroux BaronDorcus – Francis SimonKimani GiraudelSteve HypoliteNadia LaurentShirley LawrenceAnita WilliamsDeborah JosephBachelor in Social SciencesDavid Andrew Jnr.Blanch AthanazeJennifer BaronMacina Bethel (First Class Hons)Sharian BlackmoreMarlika BurnetteBeverns ChristianJohn DavidSamantha Defoe-FrancisKenrick DucreayShirlyn JamesMinerve Lewis (First Class Hons)Marion LockhartDenise Riley (First Class Hons)Masters in EducationSarah Abraham (Distinction)Jerome BardouilleNoreen GrahamDenise JamesCelia RobinsonMerlyn RolleOut of the fifty one (51) students who graduated this morning four (4) students were graduated with Distinction and five (5) were graduated with First Class Honors.[album id= 28 template =extend]News reporter: Grace HendersonDominica Vibes News EducationLocalNewsTertiary Fifty One (51) Students Graduates From the University of the West Indies (UWI) by: – April 28, 2011
General Manager of DASPA Benoit Bardouille. (file photo)Airport officials are describing as minor, an incident involving an Anguillan cargo plane at the Canefield airport this morning. General Manager of the Dominica Air and Sea Port Authority (DAPSA) Bennoit Bardouille says the aircraft experienced landing issues however there was no damage. “We had a small mishap with an aircraft at Canfield somewhere after10 am. On landing, a washer got torn and caused the right gear to collapse. The aircraft nonetheless was able to stay on the runway. We affected the necessary repairs and the aircraft, on its own power, was able to go through the earmark. The necessary reports were filed and the aircraft was cleared for takeoff,” he explained.According to Bardouille the Pilot who was the only person on the aircraft was not hurt, neither did the “aircraft suffer any damage”.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share Tweet LocalNews Anguillan plane suffers landing mishap at Canefield Airport by: – February 16, 2012 Share 30 Views no discussions Share
Pele, widely considered to be one of the greatest footballers in history and who will be 80 in October, has had hip trouble for years and now needs a frame to walk. Many of his recent public appearances have been in a wheelchair. “He’s pretty fragile. He had a hip replacement and didn’t have an adequate or ideal rehabilitation,” Edinho told TV Globo. “So he has this problem with mobility and that has set off a kind of depression. Imagine, he’s the King, he was always such an imposing figure and today he can’t walk properly.Advertisement Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in an interview published in Brazil on Monday. Loading… “He’s embarrassed, he doesn’t want to go out, be seen, or do practically anything that involves leaving the house,” his son added. “He is very sheepish, reclusive.” Edinho said he had argued with his father because he had not done the physiotherapy called for after a hip operation. Pele, the only player to win three World Cups, spent most of his career with Brazilian team Santos before moving to New York Cosmos in the 1970s. read also: Pele to have urinary tract surgery in Brazil This summer will mark the 50th anniversary of the striker’s third World Cup title, won in Mexico in 1970 with what many people believe is the greatest team of all time. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
“While it may be true that there is no willful and deliberate forum shopping on the part of Roy Yanson’s camp, the rule is clear that forum shopping is a ground for dismissal of a case,” stated on the order. He said they believe that the special stockholders meeting was null and void from the very beginning because it did not constitute a quorum. The Yanson 4, however, through their spokesperson lawyer Raul Bitoon, said the decision is only temporary. In a Sept. 24 resolution, Judge Phoebe Gargantiel-Balbin junked the Yanson 4’s petition, saying “the instant petition filed by Roy Yanson is dismissible on the ground of forum shopping, under the Interim Rules in relation to the Rules of Court.” Bitoon disclosed that as of this timethe legal team of the Yanson 4 has yet to decide what remedy to take./PN Meanwhile, according to Atty. Norman Golez, Leo Rey’s legal counsel, whatever question regarding the legality of Leo Rey’s authority over VTI including stockholders and board meetings where the Yanson matriarch, Olivia, was elected as member of the board, was put to rest. Gargantiel-Balbin cited in the ruling that there are pending cases before the RTC in this city involving the same issue and among the same parties. It added that the determination of all corporate concerns between the parties could be best resolved with finality and without conflicting judgment if lodged in one court alone. Earlier in August, the Yanson 4 filed the petition against Leo Rey to invalidate his call for a special stockholders meeting on Aug. 19. “We are aware that decisions like this could be appealed or a motion for reconsideration could be filed. But as to which remedy to take, it will be taken by lawyer Sigfrid Fortun which I am not aware of this time,” Bitoon said. BACOLOD City – For lack of merit, theRegional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 45 here dismissed the petition for injunctionfiled by the Yanson 4 – Roy, Ricky, Celina, and Emily – against their youngestsibling and Vallacar Transit Inc. (VTI) president Leo Rey. Thus, the instant petition ought to bedismissed for willfully and deliberately splitting a cause of action or “litispendentia.”
“Angcommitment namin sa national government is to hasten the completion of the housingunits. But we’re also seeking the commitment of local government units tohasten the awarding of completed houses to the beneficiaries,” said Nograles. “We need the help of our localgovernments. Under the local interagency committee, it is the mayor who sits aschairperson. The selection committee is under the LIAC, so not the mayor per sebut the selection of beneficiaries should go to the process of the localinteragency committee,” said Nograles. “So we’re asking the Local WaterUtilities Administration and National Electrification Administration, kasama na diyan ang mga electriccooperatives natin, to fast-track theconnectivity,” said Nograles. A mechanism to do this is through theLocal Interagency Committees (LIACs) that will identify the recipients of thehousing units. * Aklan – 15,148 These housing units are in 50municipalities found in six provinces. The Cabinet secretary said theircommitment to President Rodrigo Duterte was to complete the remaining housingunits by 2020. ILOILO City – Six years after supertyphoon “Yolanda” hit Western Visayas, 70.71 percent of the housing projectsfor displaced families have been completed as of July 31, 2019, according toCabinet secretary Karlo Nograles, citing an update from the National HousingAuthority (NHA). Some local government units reportedproblems but NHA committed to address them, said Nograles during a recent visithere. Among these problems were the lack ofwater and electricity connections. In NHA’s Yolanda Permanent HousingProgram (YPHP) report as of July 31 this year, of the 205,128 total housingdemand in the so-called “Yolanda corridor” (areas badly hit by the supertyphoon), 117,203 (57.14 percent) are in Region 6. Of the 117,203 housing units, 82,873(70.71 percent) have been completed and of these, 36,474 units (44 percent) arenow occupied while 46,399 units (56 percent) are ready for occupancy. * Capiz – 12,036 * Antique – 18,177 * Iloilo – 43,987 * Negros Occidental – 27,055 Here’s the breakdown of housing unitsper Region 6 province: RELOCATION SITE. This is the P290-million mass housing project for super typhoon “Yolanda” survivors in Barangay Bacjawan Sur, Concepcion, Iloilo. Mayor Raul Banias says some housing units have structural and safety issues. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN Of the 50 municipalities in the regionthat have “Yolanda” housing projects, 28 have active LIACs while 22 are stillfor re-orientation, said Nograles./PN
“The case or the issue at hand isno doubt [that] the Constitutional question has to be raised once and for allbecause it has serious effects on the Philippine international rights andobligations and it will have an effect on the Philippine legal system,”Sotto said. Senate President Vicente Sotto III Sotto said the resolution would not, inany way, dictate or impose anything on the Supreme Court and it should also notbe viewed as going against President Rodrigo Duterte. MANILA – The Senate has sought theclarification of the Supreme Court whether their concurrence is not needed inthe termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) between the Philippinesand the United States. Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilonsaid that he was “saddened” that the Senate cannot get a unanimousvote on a resolution which merely seeks to clarify the constitutionalboundaries of the chamber. The clarification with the high courtwas made after 12 senators voted for the Senate Resolution 337, sponsored inthe plenary by Senate President Vicente Sotto III on late Monday evening. “All that what we’re asking the SupremeCourt is to define our Constitutional boundaries, nothing else. We are notdictating the Supreme Court. We are in fact asking the Supreme Court to rule onthe decision,” the Ilonggo senator said. “The Supreme Court may rule that theSenate’s concurrence is not necessary and that settles the issue. If theSupreme Court rules that Senate concurrence is necessary, again that settlesthe issue,” he added. The Philippine government, upon theorder of President Duterte, has sent the notice of termination of the VFA whichgoverns the conduct of visiting US personnel holding military exercises in thePhilippines./PN
WHOsaid about 80 percent of people who get COVID-19 experience a mild case – aboutas serious as a regular cold – and recover without needing any specialtreatment. *Patient 19 – a 53-year-old male from Capiz; stable condition; with history oftravel to Manila TheWorld Health Organization (WHO) has declared COVID-19 a pandemic. *Patient 21 – a 44-year-old male from Aklan; stable condition; travel historyand exposure for verification ILOILOCity – From 18, the number of Western Visayans who tested positive for thecoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) rose to 22. Thesetwo deaths brought to four the number of Region 6 residents who succumbed tothe viral disease. Asof 12 noon of March 30, DOH-6 recorded a total of 385 patients underinvestigation of which 169 tested negative from COVID-19; 106 have also beendischarged from hospitals while 105 others are still confined. “Becausenagapasugod pa lang ang Region 6 sa pag-report sang mga suspected cases, everyday seguro more or less may ma-expectgid kita nga isa or duha nga confirmed cases,” said Juanico. Aboutone in six people, the WHO said, become seriously ill. The elderly and peoplewith underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems ordiabetes, or chronic respiratory conditions, are at a greater risk of seriousillness from COVID-19. Confirmedcases in Aklan now stand at four; Capiz, three; Iloilo province, six; NegrosOccidental, one; Bacolod City, five; and Iloilo City, three. Somepatients may also have a runny nose, sore throat, nasal congestion and achesand pains or diarrhea. Some people report losing their sense of taste and/orsmell. Thefour new cases were the following: Theprovinces of Antique and Guimaras remain COVID-19-free. Accordingto the WHO, the most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness and a drycough. Fourmore new cases were recorded yesterday, two of whom died, according to theDepartment of Health (DOH) Region 6. *Patient 22 – a 58-year-old male from Iloilo; travel history and exposure forverification; died on March 31 COVID-19is caused by a member of the coronavirus family that has never been encounteredbefore. Like other coronaviruses, it has transferred to humans from animals. Dr.Mary Jane Juanico, DOH Region 6 focal person for COVID-19, said roughly 100specimens for analysis remain pending. *Patient 20 – a 60-year-old female from Capiz; died on March 28; with history oftravel to Dubai and Manila Thetwo previous deaths were a 72-year-old male from Iloilo City and a 70-year-oldmale from Lambunao, Iloilo. Meantime,a total of 32,315 out of 46,124 persons under monitoring in the regioncompleted their 14-day quarantine./PN
In the police station, he became violentand threatened his companions. According to Pablito, the cop was firstseen outside his boarding house in the island naked around 6:30 a.m. on April11. ILOILO City – A police officer believedto be suffering from depression has been placed under custody for walking nakedin the world-famous Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan. Several hours later, the cop went toPablito’s office and requested to be reassigned in Negros Occidental. The police chief did not grant the MPUmember’s request. Instead, Pablito advised the cop to undergo medical checkupand was given a lighter assignment. “We placed him in the conferenceroom and he was being tightly watched by his classmates because he actedviolently. He threatened his classmates and was just talking and talking. Ireally pity him, that’s why we seek the opinion of the psychiatrist to curehim,” Pablito said. Malay municipal police station chief, LieutenantColonel Jonathan Pablito, said the cop is a member of the Mobile Patrol Unit(MPU) in Boracay Island. Panay News sources said that the policeofficer started to feel depression after discovering that his ex-girlfriend founda new boyfriend./PN “We have some consideration kasi sabi niya may dinaramdam siya. So, kapag ang tao natin ay may karamdaman,we really give some consideration. That’s why binigyan ko siya ng magaan na assignment,” Pablito explained. The police chief noticed that since lastmonth, the cop was always reporting to his duty late and was sometimes absent. On April 12, the cop was seen again inCagban port of the island. He said that he will swim going to Caticlan port butwas eventually prevented and brought to the Malay municipal police station byhis classmates.
Iranian frigate “Jamaran” is seen during naval drills in December 2019. IRIB TV/AFP/File The incident involving the Konarak vessel occurred on Sunday afternoon near Bandar-e Jask, off the southern coast of the Islamic republic, state television’s website said. TEHRAN – An Iranian warship was hit by a friendly fire missile during naval exercises, killing 19 sailors, state media and the army said Monday, amid tensions with the United States in Gulf waters. Nineteen crewmen were killed and 15 injured in an “accident” during the exercises, the armed forces said, without elaborating. The vessel had been towed ashore for “technical investigations”, it said in a statement, calling on people to “avoid speculation” until further information is released. (AFP) “The vessel was hit after moving a practice target to its destination and not creating enough distance between itself and the target,” said the channel.
Provincial consultant on economic affairs and former 3rd District Rep. Alfredo Benitez, said the provincial government is looking for nurses, medical technicians, and IT personnel. He said those who are interested can submit their applications to the Capitol building in Bacolod City. BY DOMINIQUE GABRIEL BAÑAGA BACOLOD City – The provincial government of Negros Occidental will be hiring personnel for its coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) contact tracing division. The DOH stated the ideal ratio for its contact tracing efforts is one tracer per 800 people. Earlier this week, the Department of Health (DOH) said they are currently conducting “emergency hiring” of 94,000 contact tracers to stem the spread of the coronavirus disease, or Covid-19. Contact tracers are healthcare personnel who track down the close contacts of individuals who tested positive for the virus./PN