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Cadiz woman hacked dead
COPS LOOK INTO POSSIBILE RAPE

BY ADRIAN NEMES III

The body of a 45-year-old woman with a lone hack wound on her neck was found by her husband in the pathway of a sugarcane plantation in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental at about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Cadiz City police head, Chief Insp. Noel Mana-ay, identified the victim yesterday as Sandra Palic, 49, of Hacienda Salvacion, Caduhaan, Cadiz City.

Mana-ay also said they have subjected the victim’s body to an autopsy to determine if she had been molested, since her pants and underwear had been pulled down to her buttocks.moremoremore

Farm-to-market
roads now 79 kms.

NATIONWIDE
BY ARIAN NEMES III

The Department of Public Works and Highways have opened up more agricultural communities with 79 kilometers of new farm to market roads nationwide in cooperation with the Departments of Agriculture and of Agrarian Reform, Secretary Hermogenes Ebdane, said.

Ebdane was supposed to be the keynote speaker during the opening ceremony at the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers midyear convention at the Pavillon Hotel in Bacolod City yesterday        In his speech read by Under Secretary Jaime Pacanan, Ebdane also noted that DPWH has collectively built 29,369.7 kilometers of roads and 314,453 lineal meters of bridges all over the country.moremoremore

City to tap schools
in H1N1 info drive

BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO

A resolution requesting the mayor to issue an executive order enjoining all public and private schools in Bacolod City to strictly observe Health guidelines regarding Influenza A(H1N1), was passed by the Bacolod Sangguniang Panlungsod Wednesday.

Proposed by Councilor Napoleon Cordova, chairman of the SP Committee on Health and Sanitation, the resolution said schools are considered effective vehicles in disseminating information to their constituents as they possess direct influence over their students and personnel.

The resolution said awareness on the nature and ways of preventing A(H1N1) virus, contained in Health guidelines No. 10 and Memorandum Order No. 2009-0134, should be made available to the community.moremoremore

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