Author: J.A. Carizo

DTI-Bicol opens more Negosyo Centers

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) - Bicol continues to reach and assist micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) throughout the region through its Negosyo Centers, now totaling to 25, after 12 additional centers were launched for the first semester of this year. The launching of these Negosyo Centers are in line with the … Continue reading DTI-Bicol opens more Negosyo Centers

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DA Bicol engages LGUs to buy palay from local farmers

Lovella P. Guarin/ DA RAFIS 5   NAGA CITY – To engage the support and involvement of the Local Government Units (LGUs) in addressing the dip in prices of palay, DA Bicol OIC Regional Executive Director Rodel P. Tornilla invited the governors and the provincial agriculturists for a meeting on September 10, 2019. DA 5 … Continue reading DA Bicol engages LGUs to buy palay from local farmers

Preparasyon para sa KAB Festival sa Irosin, padagos

Inhihimo sa Irosin Lake an padagos na preparasyon para sa maabot na 2019 KAB (Kabataan Alay sa Bayan) Festival na mangyayari sa ika-31 san Agosto hanggan ika-1 san Setyembre 2019. An aktibidad papartisiparan san mga grade school level Boy Scouts sa bilog na Probinsiya kan Sorsogon. Pinangunahan ni Meyor Pidoy Cielo an nasabi na preparasyon … Continue reading Preparasyon para sa KAB Festival sa Irosin, padagos

2019 Midterm Elections: A bane or boon for the Bicol Region? (Part 2)

Implications In general, the recently concluded elections provide us with two clear messages -- the reiteration that Bicolanos vote independently as show by the presence of Otso Diretso candidates in the Region’s Magic 12; and, the incoming consolidation of political power by the sitting President. Because of the latter, we can expect complications to occur … Continue reading 2019 Midterm Elections: A bane or boon for the Bicol Region? (Part 2)