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    Komite na mag-iimbestiga sa hostage taking sa Bulacan, binuo

    by UNTV News   |   Posted on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

    Ang nangyaring hostage crisis noong Sabado sa San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan na ikinasawi ng hostage at hostage taker. (Screen Shot from UNTV News Bulacan video)

    MANILA, Philippines — Bumuo na ng fact-finding committee ang Bulacan Provincial Police Office hinggil sa nangyaring hostage taking sa San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan noong Sabado.

    Ito ay upang malaman kung mayroong kapabayaan sa panig ng mga pulis na rumesponde matapos na masaksak ng suspek ang apat na taong gulang na bata na sya nitong ikinamatay.

    Ayon kay PNP Spokesperson Police Senior Superintendent Wilben Mayor, may operating procedures ang mga pulis sa pagharap sa hostage drama upang maprotektahan ang biktima at upang mapakalma ang suspek.

    Samantala, sakaling mapatunayan na may kapabayaan sa panig ng pulis sa naganap na hostage taking, maaaring maharap ang mga ito sa ibat-ibang parusa. (UNTV News)

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    Task force begins investigation on Bulacan water tank explosion

    by UNTV News   |   Posted on Monday, October 9th, 2017

    Water tank explosion in SJDM, Bulacan

    Water tank explosion in SJDM, Bulacan

    BULACAN, Philippines – Task force members and several personnel of the San Jose del Monte Water District conducted an inspection in the area where the water tank exploded.

    The City Engineering Office also took samples of the materials used in the water tank to examine if they passed the standards.

    “The task force’s job is to really determine what happened and who should be held liable, and how to fix it if there really was a problem,” San Jose del Monte Bulacan Mayor Arthur Robes said.

    The Post Blast Investigating Unit of the Philippine Army also investigated the incident. It conducted forensic tests from the debris of the exploded tank.

    Authorities will determine if any form of explosive device were used on the tank.

    According to Mayor Arthur Robes, the Australian consultant of the water district, and the designer of the tank, will arrive to also look into the incident.

    “We will hire an independent company to determine if the materials used are proper because the Australian designer of the tank is already here, Australian designer to look into where it went wrong,” Mayor Robes said.

    Meanwhile, the City Council is set to pass a resolution to create a committee that would examine or determine the amount the local government has to provide to the residents affected by the tank explosion.

    As of now, the local government of Bulacan has already provided initial aid to the families of the four fatalities in the incident. The families are still waiting for the assistance from the management of the water district that vows to pay for the hospital and burial expenses of the casualties. – Abi Santa Ines | UNTV News & Rescue


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    TESDA offers 6,000 scholarships for Bulacan residents

    by UNTV News   |   Posted on Thursday, October 5th, 2017


    BULACAN, Philippines – The Technical School and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is in need of 6,000 scholars in Bulacan for the opening of its Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) this October.

    According to TESDA, the program will provide residents of Bulacan the opportunity to learn technical and vocational skills for free.

    “We have completed already more than 50% out of the 13,000 slots that we allocated for our province. We are inviting our constituents, and the general public to avail of this scholarship program,” TESDA Bulacan Provincial Director Grace Corazon Castillo said.

    Applicants will have to undergo strict screening and evaluation. They should be high school graduates and aged 18 years old and above.

    TESDA will also assist scholars in getting a job when they graduate.


    Some of the courses offered by TESDA include welding, dressmaking, hotel and tourism program, electrical, machinery, repair of refrigerators and air conditioners and agricultural crops production. – Abi Santa Ines | UNTV News & Rescue

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    Pharmacist killed in Bulacan, laid to rest

    by UNTV   |   Posted on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

    MANILA, Philippines — The San Jose del Monte police said that they already have information on the identity of the suspect in the killing of Loigene Geronimo.

    Loigene was the pharmacist killed inside her pharmacy store in the village of Muzon in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan last Tuesday night.

    However, the police refuse to release the suspect’s identity until they have located his whereabouts.

    Meanwhile, Loigene’s friends and relatives flocked to her wake last night.

    There was singing and a video tribute to remember Loigene’s happy and meaningful life.

    At past ten in the morning today, the remains of Loigene arrived at the Santuario de San Nicolas  Memorial Chapel.

    Until her burial this morning, her loved ones and supporters did not leave the Geronimo family. Some of them came all the way from Manila, Pampanga, and Tarlac to see her for the last time.

    Her husband, Sandel, is thankful to the people who mourned with them.

    Sandel hopes to attain justice for the death of her wife at the soonest possible time.

    “I’m calling for justice for the death of my wife. For the children she left, I am calling on President Duterte and General Bato dela Rosa to focus on this case,” said Mr. Geronimo.

    It was too painful for the parents of Loingene to lose their only daughter. They call for the immediate resolution of Loigene’s case.

    “We did all we could to have her finish her studies so she could have a good life and not cause trouble to others. We call on the authorities, please give justice to my family and to my daughter Loigene,” said Gener Policarpio, the victim’s father. — Victor Cosare | UNTV News & Rescue









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