โซลูชันขุดคริปโตที่ใช้งานง่ายมาถึงแล้ว

DUAL PREMIUM เฮลซิงกิ, ฟินแลนด์, May 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dual Miners (www.dualminers.com/) ได้รับคำสั่งซื้อและยอดขายล่วงหน้า 45 ล้านดอลลาร์สหรัฐ  แท่นขุดคริปโตรุ่นใหม่จาก Dual Miners ทำได้มากกว่าผลิตภัณฑ์ที่มีอยู่ในตลาดคริปโตในขณะนี้ ด้วยเหตุผลที่ไม่เกินคาดเดา นวัตกรรมชิ้นนี้ทำให้การทำเหมืองคริปโตกลายเป็นเรื่องง่ายและแตกต่าง สิ่งที่ทำให้ง่ายขึ้นไปอีกคือคู่มือการติดตั้งที่มาพร้อมกับเครื่อง ไม่จำเป็นต้องมีความชำนาญด้านเทคโนโลยีเพื่อที่จะเข้าใจการทำงานของเครื่อง จากความก้าวหน้าของเทคโนโลยีชิป ASIC บริษัท Dual Miners Ltd ได้พัฒนาสามโซลูชันที่มีการตั้งค่าไว้ล่วงหน้าเพื่อให้ใช้งานได้ง่ายและให้ผลตอบแทนจากการลงทุนได้อย่างรวดเร็วเพียงหนึ่งเดือนเท่านั้น บริษัทซึ่งนำโดยผู้เชี่ยวชาญซึ่งมีประสบการณ์ในอุตสาหกรรมการทำเหมืองคริปโตนี้ตั้งอยู่ในสหราชอาณาจักร จากการประกาศของบริษัท ปัจจุบันบริษัทนำเสนอผลิตภัณฑ์ DualPro, DualPro Max, และโซลูชันล่าสุดคือ DualPremium ซึ่งทั้งหมดออกแบบมาเพื่อรองรับการทำงานที่สามารถทำกำไรในบล็อกเชนที่ลูกค้าต้องการ Dual Miners เป็นบริษัทออกแบบและผลิตชิปที่ก่อตั้งขึ้นในกรุงลอนดอน มีสำนักงานอยู่ในประเทศฟินแลนด์ เกาหลีใต้ และออสเตรเลีย นอกเหนือจากสำนักงานแห่งแรกในสหราชอาณาจักร บริษัทมีทีมงานที่รู้ลึกรู้จริงในหลายด้าน เช่น เทคโนโลยีบล็อกเชน และการออกแบบเทคโนโลยี เป็นต้น ลูกค้าสามารถซื้อหน่วยประมวลผลกราฟิกได้จากบริษัท ซึ่งให้บริการพัฒนากระเป๋าเงินคริปโตด้วย บริษัทมีสำนักงานอยู่ในสามทวีป ประสบการณ์ในตลาดที่สั่งสมมาอย่างมากมายทำให้ […]

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Koninklijke Philips N.V.: Tender Offers Results Notice

6 May 2022 KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.  (THE “COMPANY”) announces the results of the tender offers in respect of its outstanding EUR 500,000,000 0.500 per cent. notes due 2023 (ISIN: XS1671760384) (the “2023 Euro Notes”) EUR 500,000,000 0.750 per cent. notes due 2024 (ISIN: XS1815116568) (the “2024 Euro Notes”) and EUR 500,000,000 1.375 per cent. notes […]

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Invitation to attend the annual and the extraordinary shareholders’ meetings of the Company to be held on June 8, 2022

REGULATED INFORMATION May 6, 2022, 7:00am CET / 1:00am ET NYXOAH SA (Euronext Brussels: NYXH) Rue Edouard Belin 12, 1435 Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium (hereinafter the “Company”) Invitation to attend the annual and the extraordinary shareholders’ meetings of the Company to be held on June 8, 2022 The board of directors of the Company is pleased to invite […]

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Nyxoah Nominates Raymond Cohen and Virginia Kirby for Appointment to Its Board of Directors

Nyxoah Nominates Raymond Cohen and Virginia Kirby for Appointment to Its Board of Directors Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium – May 6, 2022, 7:00am CET / 1:00am ET – Nyxoah SA (Euronext Brussels/Nasdaq: NYXH) (“Nyxoah” or the “Company”), a medical technology company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative solutions to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), today announced […]

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ResMed Announces Leadership Change

SAN DIEGO, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ResMed (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD) today announced that Jim Hollingshead, President, Sleep and Respiratory Care, has informed ResMed that he has accepted a new position and is leaving the company, effective immediately. Rob Douglas, President and Chief Operating Officer, has been appointed interim President, Sleep and Respiratory […]

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AKWEL: TURNOVER FIGURES FOR THE 1st QUARTER OF 2022

        Thursday 5 May 2022 TURNOVER FIGURES FOR THE 1st QUARTER OF 2022 AKWEL (FR0000053027, AKW, PEA-eligible), the automotive and HGV equipment and systems manufacturer specialising in fluid management and mechanisms, has reported consolidated turnover of €245.8m in the first quarter of 2022, down by -10.1% compared to the first quarter of 2021. Consolidated turnover for […]

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Synerise Closes $23M Series B to Fuel International Expansion

Synerise, an AI-first behavioral data platform headquartered in Poland, closed a $23 million Series B round led by Carpathian Partners, a CEE-focused technology investment fund. The round included a primary capital raise and a secondary share acquisition and was joined by several prominent business angels. The purpose of the round is to fund Synerise’s expansion […]

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Bombardier Announces the Election of its Board of Directors

MONTRÉAL, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bombardier announces that all nominees in its management proxy circular dated March 14, 2022, were elected as directors of Bombardier Inc. during its annual and special meeting of shareholders held earlier today. Detailed results of the ballot for the election of directors are below. Election of Directors Following […]

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FLEXIM Presents FLUXUS H831 – Explosion-Proof and Non-Intrusive Measurement for the Hydrocarbon Industry

Standard Volume Flow Measurement and API Determination of Hydrocarbons FLUXUS H831 BERLIN, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With FLUXUS H831, FLEXIM presents the most advanced ultrasonic measurement technology for use in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). It combines highly precise non-invasive measurement of volume flow and sound speed with sophisticated calculation features and is […]

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The Solution to Simple Crypto Mining is Here

DUAL PREMIUM HELSINKI, Finland, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dual Miners (www.dualminers.com/) have crossed the $45million USD mark on orders and pre-sales. The newly introduced mining rigs by Dual Miners have surpassed what we currently have in the cryptocurrency market. The reason is not farfetched; with this innovation, they have made mining distinct and simple. What […]

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No major issues on testing, sealing of VCMs in Ilocos Norte

Except for some minor glitches and at least one vote counting machine (VCM) in Bacarra town that did not scan the sample election ballots, the final testing and sealing (FTS) of VCMs in Ilocos Norte went smoothly on Friday, according to the Commission on Elections (Comelec). The FTS involved the end-to-end test of the process, from the initialization of the machines to the voting of 10 people, to the feeding of the accomplished ballots to the VCMs, and until the printing of election returns (ERs). In Laoag, some election volunteers…

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Review credentials of prexy bets, PRRD urges voters

Filipino voters must be discriminating in choosing the next president and look into the biodata of all 10 candidates. Three days before the May 9 elections, President Rodrigo Duterte said survey results are just predictions. “There are predictions but they are not… [They] remain to be a prediction only. But you know who is the leading candidate in the survey. Sana mag-peaceful lang at maka-ano tayo (I am hoping for peaceful elections),” Duterte said in a taped interview with Apollo Quiboloy aired over Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI) on Friday.…

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Gender equality promised under Lacson admin

A government which espouses inclusivity among all genders will thrive under the presidency of Senator Panfilo Lacson. Speaking at a town hall forum in Ampatuan, Maguindanao on Thursday, Lacson said all Filipinos, including those part of the LGBTQ+ sector (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) said gender equality will be a standard policy of his administration, reiterating that all men, women, and other non-binary individuals will be accorded the same level of respect as basic human rights. “Pare-pareho tayong mga Pilipino. Actually, hindi lang sa Pilipinas, universal right po ito. Individual…

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OCD, NDRRMC on red alert for May 9 polls

The Office of Civil Defense (OCD) and the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) will be on red alert in time for the May 9 national and local elections, particularly in the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19)-proofing the polls. The OCD said this is in line with the National Task Force Against Covid-19’s (NTF) Memorandum No. 6 last May 2, directing the OCD, all Regional Task Forces (RTFs), and RDRRMCs (Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council) to coordinate and mobilize member agencies to adhere to the requirements and…

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Comelec recognizes Cusi group as official PDP-Laban Party

The group of Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) president Alfonso Cusi has been recognized as the official members of the political group, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said on Friday. In an 11-page Resolution, the poll body’s Second Division acknowledged the Cusi wing over the faction of Koko Pimentel III. “Considering that the 31 May 2021 and 16 July 2021 National Council Meetings, and 17 July 2021 National Assembly, and all the predicate resolutions, as well as prior and subsequent acts done pursuant thereto are valid, the following are…

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Pacquiao wants to make PH migrant destination

Presidential bet Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao seeks to position the Philippines not only as a source of professionals but also as a destination for foreign workers. To do this, he said he would start by boosting the micro, small and medium enterprises, which make up at least 99 percent of all registered businesses in the country. “Iyan ang palalakasin natin para sobra sobra ang trabaho kaysa sa tao, ang mangyayari niyan ang tabaho ang maghahanap ng tao. Tayo hindi na mangangarap na magpunta pa abroad (We will boost that to create…

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Sara says surveys not basis for winning; urges vigilance

Pre-election surveys do not guarantee certain victory in the polls, vice presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte cautioned, even as she urged supporters to avoid being “complacent.” In an interview during the sidelines of UniTeam’s “miting de avance” here Thursday evening, Mayor Sara reminded allies that surveys only serve as snapshots of voters sentiment instead of being a definitive “basis to win in the coming May 9 elections.” The real outcome, Duterte said, is only known after the elections. “We have prepared for the outcome of the…

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Comelec-Ilocos Norte reminds public of liquor ban on May 8

MDM05-0506 Comelec-Ilocos Norte reminds public of liquor ban on May 8 LAOAG CITY – The Commission on Elections (Comelec) in Ilocos Norte reminded Ilocanos on Friday of the liquor ban that will run from Sunday, May 8, until the May 9 national and local elections are over. “It shall be unlawful for any person, including owners and managers of hotels, resorts, restaurants, and other establishments of the same nature to sell, furnish, offer, buy, serve, or take intoxicating liquor,” during the liquor ban period to help ensure peaceful and orderly…

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Isko Moreno campaigns in Leyte after failed attempts

Aksyon Demokratiko standard-bearer Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso visited Leyte on Thursday to drum up more support in the final days of the three-month nationwide campaign. Speaking to reporters Thursday night, Moreno said he visited Leyte after the two scheduled rallies earlier were called off due to weather disturbances. After wooing voters in Cebu, the presidential bet spoke to supporters in Sogod, Southern Leyte before heading to this city for a grand rally at the RTR Plaza attended by thousands of supporters. “Our planned visit here was canceled twice…

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Chicken layers to be quarantined upon arrival in Iloilo

The provincial government of Iloilo has imposed quarantine requirements for selected poultry from areas affected by the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) if allowed entry from May 4 until June 2, 2022. Governor Arthur Defensor Jr. in a press conference on Friday said the transport, particularly of ready to lay pullets, has already been allowed by the Department of Agriculture (DA) but the provincial government has imposed regulatory guidelines. “What we did is we allowed it except that we just added protocols. We put quarantine period so that they can…

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Sara touts achievements in Davao City in ‘miting de avance’

Vice-presidential aspirant and Sara Z. Duterte touted her various accomplishments during her stint as Davao City mayor, burnishing her executive credentials as she looks on becoming the country’s second-highest official. In a speech during the “Miting de Avance” here Thursday evening, Duterte told thousands of supporters under her leadership, Davao City became debt-free and has climbed its way as one of the richest cities in the Philippines. During her successive terms, Mayor Sara said the city became the fourth most competitive in the Philippines, and the eighth richest—based on the…

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MILF declares support for 12 senatorial bets

The Moro Islamic Liberation Front’s (MILF) political arm, the United Bangsamoro Justice Party (UBJP), announced Friday their support for 12 senatorial candidates for Monday’s national and local elections. Joining the country’s electoral process for the first time in history, MILF has earlier endorsed the candidacy of presidential aspirant and Vice President Leni Robredo and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte for vice president. In a statement, Ahod Ebrahim, UBJP president, said consensus was reached to support the candidacy of 12 senatorial aspirants, one of whom is the son of former President…

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Marcos, Duterte urge Filipinos to protect their votes

Presidential candidate former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and his running mate Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte on Thursday night urged Filipinos to protect their votes in Monday’s elections. During the UniTeam’s Mindanao Miting de Avance rally in Tagum City, Davao del Norte, Marcos said voters should remain vigilant and protect their votes during the entire voting and canvassing process. “Panalo na! Basta’t bantayan niyo ‘yung boto sa Lunes na walang tulugan. Hihingi tayo sa lahat ng kaibigan natin ng maraming-maraming kape para walang matutulog dahil alam naman natin…

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Biden taps 1st Black woman to be White House spokesperson

US President Joe Biden announced on Thursday that Karine Jean-Pierre will be the first Black woman to serve as the White House’s chief spokesperson. Jean-Pierre will replace outgoing spokeswoman Jen Psaki, who is leaving the White House on May 13, the executive mansion announced in a statement. Jean-Pierre previously served as Biden’s deputy spokeswoman, and has briefed reporters from both the White House briefing room and Air Force One. “Karine not only brings the experience, talent and integrity needed for this difficult job, but she will continue to lead the…

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4K Army troops enlisted for May 9 polls in NorMin, Caraga

The Army’s 4th Infantry Division (4ID) has started deploying 4,000 military personnel throughout Northern Mindanao to serve as security force multipliers in the May 9 elections. Maj. Gen. Wilbur Mamawag, 4ID commander, said the troop deployment will continue until Sunday in various parts of Northern Mindanao and Caraga regions. “With various task forces activated and operationalized, we shall continue to monitor and take appropriate actions in any election-related issues,” Mamawag said in a statement Thursday evening. Mamawag instructed the troops to “remain steadfast” in their duties and avoid being influenced…

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Danao’s 1st order: Ensure safe, orderly polls

Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año on Friday said the first order of Lt. Gen. Vicente Danao as Philippine National Police (PNP) officer-in-charge (OIC) is to ensure that all security preparations are in place so that the country will have peaceful, orderly and honest elections. “His (Danao) designation as PNP OIC will not affect the ongoing security preparations being implemented by the PNP as he will be able to provide good leadership and direction to the entire police force for them to be able to fulfill their peacekeeping role…

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Velasco condoles with kin of ex-Marinduque solon

House Speaker Lord Allan Velasco on Thursday night expressed his condolences over the death of former Marinduque Rep. Regina Reyes-Mandanas. Velasco said Reyes-Mandanas will be remembered by the people of Marinduque and Batangas for her wit, wisdom, and style, as she served her home province of Marinduque as provincial administrator and as a representative, as well as first lady of Batangas. “We are deeply saddened by the untimely demise of former Marinduque Rep. Regina Reyes-Mandanas, whom we fondly called Ate Gina,” Velasco said in a statement. ” Her legacy of…

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Army assures public safety amid grenade attack in Cotabato City

The military assured the public Friday that security forces remain in control amid the grenade attack in Cotabato City late Wednesday. Unidentified men lobbed a fragmentation grenade on a moored fishing boat along Tamontaka River around 6:40 p.m. Nobody was hurt but the seacraft was damaged. The fishing boat is owned by a certain Datu Manot Sinsuat, a resident of Datu Blah Sinsuat, Maguindanao. Colonel Jose Ambrosio Rustia, commander of Joint Task Group Kutawato, said boat skipper Mustapha Katug Molo and some of his crew members saw the two unidentified…

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8 of 10 Filipinos approve gov’t response to pandemic

Filipinos nationwide gave the national pandemic response a high approval rating of 88 percent in the National Capital Region (NCR), 79 percent from Luzon, 92 percent from Visayas, and 80 percent from Mindanao, based on a recent non-commissioned survey by OCTA Research. “Eight out of ten Filipinos approve of the government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This response has always been through the leadership of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte together with the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) and the National Task Force (NTF) against…

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Close contacts of 1st Omicron BA.2.12 case remain asymptomatic

The close contacts of the first Omicron BA.2.12 case in the country, a 52-year-old Finnish woman, have remained asymptomatic, the Department of Health (DOH) said Friday. In a message to reporters, the DOH said six local contacts tested negative for Covid-19 while the asymptomatic ones were not tested following the current protocols. “Of the 30 plane close contacts, three have already departed back to their home country. No additional close contacts have been identified,” the agency added. The country’s first case had nine close contacts in Quezon City, five in…

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NegOcc, Bacolod City log rise in dengue cases

The health offices of Negros Occidental and this provincial capital have reported an increase in dengue cases from January to the third week of April. As of Friday, data from the Provincial Health Office (PHO) showed a total of 278 cases were reported from January to April 23 this year, which is higher by 71 percent compared to 116 cases recorded during the same period in 2021. Dr. Ernell Tumimbang, provincial health officer, said although the cases cannot be considered alarming yet as the number is still below the 500-case…

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Burnham, sewerage projects on hold for lack of funds: TIEZA

The Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) said the big-ticket projects they had committed to financing before the pandemic are still suspended due to lack of funding. “They are suspended but we are not canceling the assistance to the projects,” said Mark Lapid, chief operating officer, in a press conference on the sidelines of the formal re-opening of the Mount Data Hotel here on Thursday. The official said that with the travel of people being scarce, TIEZA was unable to receive travel taxes, the agency’s main source of funds.…

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SB Corp. releases P7.2-B microloans for MSMEs

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez said the agency’s financing arm has released a total of PHP7.2 billion worth of loans to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to help them recover from the pandemic. At the launch of the Rise Up Program Friday, Lopez said the PHP7.2-billion loan disbursed to MSMEs came from the Coronavirus disease 2019 Assistance to Restart Enterprises (CARES) program of Small Business (SB) Corp. Lopez said CARES loan has assisted around 42,100 borrowers. SBCorp launched the CARES program, a zero-interest loan, in…

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P1.9-M high-grade marijuana seized from Nigerian national

Some PHP1.9 million worth of “kush” or high-grade marijuana was seized from a Nigerian national in a controlled delivery operation by anti-drug authorities in this city Thursday afternoon. A report of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-Central Luzon (PDEA-3) on Friday identified the suspect as Madu Ogechi Uzoma, a resident of Concubierta Street, Sunset Valley Mansions, Barangay Cutcut here. The package containing illegal drugs came from Greenwich, Connecticut, USA, and arrived at the Bureau of Customs-Port of Clark last April 29. “The shipment was subjected to the K9 sweeping and physical…

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Palace happy with current employment situation in PH

Malacañang has attributed the improved employment situation in the country to the further reopening of the economy that generated more job opportunities amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. This, as acting Presidential Spokesperson and Communications Secretary Martin Andanar expressed elation Thursday over the results of the Philippine Statistics Authority’s (PSA) March 2022 Labor Force Survey which showed an employment rate of 94.2 percent. The number of employed Filipinos, according to the PSA report, reached 46.98 million in March 2022, higher than the 45.48 million or 93.6 percent recorded in…

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NegOcc sugar planters warn legal actions vs. traders, importers

The largest sugar bloc in Negros Island has warned groups that will participate in the importation under the Sugar Regulatory Administration’s (SRA) Sugar Order (SO) No. 3 that the move will be considered “abetting an illegal act”. The statement was issued on Friday by the more than 10,000-member Associacion de Agricultores de la Carlota y Pontevedra Inc. (AALCPI) based in La Carlota City, Negros Occidental, whose general manager David Alba is an intervenor in a case that secured preliminary injunctions against SO 3. “Let this serve as a warning to…

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6K farmers, fisherfolk in Benguet get aid

Almost 6,000 rice and corn farmers and fisherfolk in Benguet may now benefit from the Cordillera Administrative Region’s (CAR) share of the excess and unalloted rice tariffication fund of the national government. During the ceremonial distribution, Department of Agriculture (DA)-CAR regional director Dr. Cameron Odsey said the intervention monitoring cards (IMCs) were given to farmers and fisherfolk so they could continue with their livelihood despite the global pandemic. “The government is giving assistance because food is important. Let us continue to till the land, and fish so that our fellow…

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AFP gets Beechcraft Hawker transport aircraft from SMC

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Thursday formally turned over a Beechcraft Hawker 800XP transport aircraft donated by conglomerate San Miguel Corporation (SMC), to the Philippine Air Force (PAF) to be used for their command-and-control and transport missions. “A formal acceptance, turnover, and blessing ceremony was presided over by Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana at the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City. He was joined by SMC Chief Executive Officer, Ramon Ang,” AFP public affairs office chief Col. Jorry Baclor said in a statement Friday. The Beechcraft Hawker 800XP…

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Contractors in NegOr projects cleared of graft charges

A former provincial engineer and seven contractors were cleared by the Sandiganbayan of graft charges related to Negros Oriental provincial government projects in 2012. In a 52-page resolution dated May 4 and uploaded Friday, the anti-graft court’s Second Division granted the demurrers and motions to dismiss of Ricardo Santos, Maribel Ranola, Mark Anthony Clemente, Danny Chan, Farouk Macarambon, Alejadro Lim, Wildred Chu, and former provincial engineer Franco Alpuerto. The court cited the “failure of the prosecution to sufficiently establish the essential elements of the crime and to overcome the presumption…

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PNP to activate vote-buying monitoring team

The Philippine National Police (PNP) will activate its monitoring team to assist the Commission on Elections (Comelec) against vote-buying in relation to the May 9 national and local elections. “We will be activating our own PNP monitoring team to assist the Comelec concerning the report of vote-buying. The team will be from the regional headquarters down to municipal stations, and we will be closely coordinating with the Comelec with respect to these reports. We will be assisting the Comelec in filing cases relative to reports of vote-buying,” PNP spokesperson Col.…

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Sandigan affirms jail term for PVAO staff in check scam

The Sandiganbayan sentenced a former employee of the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) to up to eight years in prison for his involvement in the irregular disbursement of checks to his uncle, as well as deceased and fictitious beneficiaries. Leomar Basuel was also ordered by the anti-graft court’s Fourth Division to pay PHP474,259 in a decision promulgated on April 27 and published online Friday. Also affirmed was the QC court’s sentence of disqualification from public office. The Sandiganbayan affirmed the decision of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court Branch 88…

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DOST announces 94% passing rate in electoral board certification

Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Secretary Fortunato de la Peña on Friday announced the agency has recorded a 94.23-percent passing rate in the electoral board member certification. “As of April 21, a total of 205,413 local electoral board members [who] will serve during the May 9 national and local elections completed the DOST electoral board certification. We recorded a 94.23 percent passing rate,” he said in a taped report aired Friday afternoon. These individuals, he said, took the theoretical and practical examinations about the parts and operation of a…

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