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353,000 register in BaCTrac

The Bacolod City coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) Contact Tracing (BaCTrac) System has registered some 353,012 residents and 7,012 business establishments, as of yesterday.           City Ordinance (CO) 941, “An Ordinance Implementing the Covid-19 Contact Tracing in the City of Bacolod”,

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Capitol dep’t head COVID positive

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz confirmed yesterday that a Capitol department head, who is the officer-in-charge of the Provincial Budget Office, tested positive for COVID-19.           Diaz, however, said the officemates of the OIC, who were immediately

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Abanse Negrense softball tourney continues in Murcia

After three weekends of group play, the Abanse Negrense Softball Tournament continued eliminations in Brgy. Blumentritt, Murcia on November 20 where seven teams competed for a chance to qualify for the semi-final and final rounds this upcoming weekend. Talisay City batters ranked

Big-time rollback on diesel, kerosene today

Oil firms will implement big-time price rollbacks for diesel and kerosene as well as less than 50 centavos price cut for gasoline starting today. In separate advisories, Caltex, Cleanfuel, Jetti, Petro Gazz, Phoenix Petroleum, PTT, Seaoil and Shell said they

Ata tribe featured in Museo De La Salle exhibit

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO The University of St. La Salle’s College of Education Student Council launched the year-long Lakbay Ata initiative with the exhibit entitled “Pag-ulikid: The Ata Exhibit” at Museo De La Salle Bacolod Monday, a press release from

Automated fare collection goes live in Bacolod

beep™ operator AF Payments Inc. recently went live in Bacolod City, in support of the automated fare collection needs of cooperatives operating the MBMJ and UY Transport Services, Inc., which plies the Alijis – Central Market Loop and Bata –

PH, Australia push closer agri, energy, climate cooperation

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese Saturday vowed to further boost the Philippines and Australia’s cooperation on agriculture, energy, and climate change. Marcos and Albanese pitched the proposal during their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of

Health Emergency Preparedness Day activities urged

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO The Bacolod Sangguniang Panlungsod is urging the Bacolod Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (DRRMO) through the office of Mayor Alfredo Abelardo Benitez to hold activities in support of Health Emergency Preparedness Day on December 6, 2022.