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    RUNNERS YOUNG AND ADULTS ALIKE
    to finish the Color Fun Run sponsored by the municipal government of Vi-rac in support of the National Children’s Month celebration. Among the activities set this week are a film showing, Laro ng Lahi, Poster Making and Essay Writing Contest, Dental and Medical Services, Grooming Services,…
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    OFTEN COMPARED TO ENCHANTING BATANES
    Binurong Point’s spectacular view of Pacific ocean, the waves crashing on massive rocks and the surrounding greenery has captivated hikers from all over the country to barangay Guinsaanan in Baras town. Under an agreement with the landowner, 40 to 60 trained local guides earn at least P200 for…
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    2018 BAGWIS AWARDEES
    DTI-5 Regional Director Ma. Joy Blanco, DTI(-Catanduanes provincial director Heginio Baldano and TIDS Celeste Tribiana join on stage the winners of the Bagwis Seal who were cited for upholding consumer rights.
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    KONTRIBUSYON, SULIT NA SULIT!
    SSS Virac branch officials led by branch manager Divina Avila (with microphone) answer questions from the local media at the ARDCI Corporate Inn following the launching of the Sulit information campaign before employees of private and government agencies, employers of private and government…
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    CONG. CESAR SARMIENTO
    addresses graduates of the Alternative Learning System (ALS) at the Catanduanes Convention Center in Virac last Friday (Nov. 9, 2018). The congressman has been a vigorous supporter of the ALS program, which produced 185 passers from 11 towns in the recent ALS Accreditation & Equivalency Test.
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    ON THE HOT SEAT
    at the Sangguniang Panlalawigan during their session last week are officials of PLDT-Smart, which took understandable criticism from board members led by PBM Giovanni Balmadrid for the company’s poor internet service. The visitors promised improvements by 2020 when PLDT finishes installation…
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    WHAT STARTED IT ALL
    An recent expedition of 4WD vehi-cles sponsored by Koni Philippines and led by Vicente Sorreta, whose family owns the 8.9-hectare property at Binurong Point triggered “irresponsible” reactions from netizens on social me-dia and led to last week’s indefinite closure of the site.
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    THE ENCHANTED POOL
    at Binurong, in this photo posted on facebook by photographer Floyd Evangelista Flores.
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    BINURONG POINT LANDOWNER
    Col. Jose Sorreta, now 88, with his son Vicente, who brought him to the picturesque point for the first time in 40 years. The war veteran had allowed Guinsaanan residents to charge fees for tourist access to the point since 2016.
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    Pianist Marcelita Kabayao teaching music to her pet dog.
    
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