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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesMonday, April 15, 2013
Negros Oriental
ButtonPalaro telecast approved RECAP SET APRIL 22-26
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DOST eLibrary launching, turnover to LGUs April 17

Palaro telecast approved
RECAP SET APRIL 22-26

The 2013 Palarong Pambansa, to be played April 21-27 in Dumaguete City and other identified playing venues in Negros Oriental, will be covered by the People’s Television 4 for the first time.

PTV4 general manager Cleo Dongga-as and Department of Education Undersecretary Rizalino Rivera signed recently the agreement that binds the television network to provide airtime and telecast the daily events of the Palaro highlights and updates, a press release from the DepEd said.

DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro said the agreement will provide optimum mileage for the Palaro in terms of coverage, as PTV 4 has a network of provincial stations and the capability to broadcast television programs nationwide.

21.9 MW hydro plant to
be built in Manjuyod

Officials of Manjuyod in Negros Oriental and of the Aboitiz Power subsidiary, Hedcor, signed a memorandum of agreement recently, for the construction of a hydropower plant in the town, a government press release said.

Karen Padawag of Hedcor Inc. said the Mabinay-Manjuyod hydropower project is expected to have a generating capacity of 21.9 megawatts of clean and renewable energy.

Barangay officials of Kauswagan in Manjuyod, led by barangay captain Anthony Guillen; Jesus Daguman of New Namangka, Mabinay; and Hedcor vice president for Business Development, Boy Jabonillo, signed the MOA.

DOST eLibrary launching,
turnover to LGUs April 17

The Department of Science and Technology will launch the first online science and technology library at its office in Dumaguete City, and will turn it over to three local government units in Negros Oriental on April 17.

The STARBOOKS, or the Science and Technology Academic and Research-Based Openly-Operated Kiosk Stations, will be awarded to public libraries of Dumaguete City, Mabinay town, and Bayawan City for their eLibrary on science education and technology, a government press release said.

Gilbert Arbon of DOST said STARBOOKS is a stand-alone library portal that is intended to provide the public with free access to digital science and technology information materials for academic and livelihood uses.

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