Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Wednesday, May 28, 2014
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Shoppers  here started getting supplies ready for their children with classes set to start next week*

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IN 2014
‘HIV-AIDS kills 8 in Negros Occ.’

HIV-AIDS killed  eight persons in  Negros Occidental this year and an increase of new patients has also been noted, Dr. Enrique Grajales said yesterday.

Grajales, who heads the HIV-AIDS Core Team (HACT) of the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital, told the DAILY STAR that,  of the eight  who died, seven were male and one was female.

The female fatality had been suffering from the disease for 20 years, he said.moremoremore

PNP going on alert
for class opening

The Negros Occidental police is going on heightened alert starting Monday for the opening of classes, Senior Supt. Milko Lirazan, police provincial director, said yesterday.

We will provide police personnel in each school to attend to traffic,  and minimize street crimes and illegal drugs  during the  opening of classes, he said.

The opening of elementary and high school classes is  June 2 but private schools may deviate from this school calendar.moremoremore

Ayalin informant
claiming P.5M


An informant who had helped the police in arresting massacre suspect Noel Ayalin in Iba, Zambales, is now claiming the P500,000 reward offered by Gov. Alfredo Maranon Jr., Senior Supt. Milko Lirazan, acting provincial police director of Negros Occidental, yesterday said.

After a thorough screening and validation, Lirazan said they will award the P500,000 reward to the informant, as they have already been given the go-signal by the provincial government of Negros Occidental to give the bounty.

On top of the P500,000 bounty, the city government of Silay also offered P300,000 reward for the arrest of Ayalin, who pleaded guilty Monday to two attempted homicide charges.moremoremore

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