14 June 2017: *** Bohol joins the international community in the celebration of the World Blood Donor Day today by conducting "Blood Olympics" or blood donation activity held at Panda Tea Garden Suites. *** Seven days after the sensational alleged killing of Bien Unido Mayor Gisela Boniel, parricide charges were filed yesterday by the police at the Lapu-lapu City Prosecutors Office agains Bohol Board Member Nino Rey Boniel. *** Police in Central Visayas (PRO-7) started to investigate employees of the resort in Bien Unido where the town's mayor, Gisela Boniel, was reportedly staying before she was allegedly kidnapped and killed in the wee hours of June 7. *** League of Municipalities-Bohol President Clarin Mayor Allen Ray Piezas said he has directed his town's police chief, Sr. Insp. Fernando Peroramas, to coordinate with officials of the search and retrieval team in Cebu to verify additional needs for their continued operations. ***The League of Municipalities (LMP) Bohol offered assistance in the search for the remains of its slain member, Bien Unido Mayor Gisela Boniel, who is believed to have been killed and dumped in waters off Lapu-lapu City last week.

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Monday, May 22, 2017

10 Pamilacan volunteers now certified solar panel installers

TAGBILARAN CITY, May 19, (PIA)--Patience and sacrifice paid off for ten men from Pamilacan Island who volunteered for the installation of the island's newest clean renewable power system. 

For making themselves available for the technical training and giving brute strength and perseverance leading to the successful completion of the installation of the 39 kilo watt peak of solar power system in the island, each individual also earns the sole right to install all other solar power installations that the company they volunteered with would engage in. 

That means, not only are they considered heroes of the island, the ten men have the potential of future jobs care of the company WeGen Distributed Energy Philippines which handed to them the standard company certifications as solar installers. 

The ten volunteers helped in setting up of the P10 million solar facility that would provide daytime power to the island otherwise served by a diesel generator serving power from 6:00 PM to midnight. 

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