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Vega reinstated
as hospital chief
BY CARLA GOMEZ

Vega and Bionat

Vega (left) and Bionat are both back at CLMMRH*

Dr. Domingo Vega will reassume his post as head of the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital in Bacolod City this morning.

In July 2007 the DOH had temporarily transferred Vega, Dr. Benito Bionat – chief of the Medical Professional Staff and Rey Melchor Bryan Baylon – chief administrative officer of the CLMMRH to Cebu while the cases filed against them were being heard.

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, acting on a Nov. 26 order of Bacolod Regional Trial Court Judge Demosthenes Magallanes, reinstated Bionat to his post in December.moremoremore

SRA holds reduction
of export sugar
BY CARLA GOMEZ

“New crop and consumption estimates do not justify any reduction or cancellation of the D (RP sugar allocated for the world market) program,” Sugar Regulatory Administrator Rafael Coscolluela said yesterday.

RP sugar production is still estimated above 2.1 million metric tons this crop year, he said.

So, “It is status quo until further notice,” Coscolluela said, after a Sugar Board meeting yesterday.moremoremore

IN WESTERN VISAYAS
Bacolod wins again
as child-friendly city
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO

Bacolod City was adjudged as the Most Child-Friendly City in the Philippines in the regional level for the second time and is a finalist for the search for the 2009 Most Child-Friendly City under the highly urbanized category in the national level.

Other contenders for the national award under the highly urbanized category are the cities of Makati, Naga, Santiago, Olongapo, Baguio, and Cebu.

Mayor Evelio Leonardia yesterday said Bacolod City also won second place in the national competition in 2007 while Naga won first place then. moremoremore

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