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Subic Bay News Vol 12 No. 01

By Publisher on February 1, 2019

Subic Bay News Vol 12 No. 01

Subic Bay News Vol 12 No. 01 in pdf … to view ALL pages, please click here SBN Vol 12 No 1

SUBIC BAY,  a favorite cruise ship destination

SUBIC BAY has solidified its claim to being a favorite cruise ship destination, hosting thousands of tourists with every visit. Upper photo shows the Cruise ship World Dream leaving the dock after a day-long stay, while Costa Atlantica, above, is seen arriving less than 8… [More]

Reemployment  of Displaced Hanjin workers  a priority

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Tuesday vowed to prioritize the reemployment of workers of the Hanjin Heavy Industries Construction Philippines (HHIC Phil.), who will be affected by the company’s rehabilitation. “We will prioritize your reemployment with various construction firms here in the… [More]

ChAd Eisma cites ‘corps of heroes’

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Chairman and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma congratulated on Friday the finalists and winner of the agency’s 2018 Employee of the Year (EOY award, saying it was her pride to lead a “corps of heroes” in the… [More]

Subic job fair for displaced Hanjin workers

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — The “Build Build Build” team composed of various government agencies will gather around 70 employers from different contractors involved in the government’s infrastructure program, and companies within the Subic Bay Freeport Zone for a Jobs Caravan on February 9, Saturday. To… [More]

Violations led to closure of 47 firms in Bulacan and Bataan

OBANDO, Bulacan — A total of 47 establishments were shut down in the provinces of Bulacan and Bataan since Friday for polluting the river system that leads to Manila Bay. This was disclosed by Lormelyn Claudio, Region 3 Environmental Management Bureau chief of the Department… [More]

Fire-ravaged Bataan town under state of calamity

ORION, Bataan — The municipal government here on Wednesday placed the town under a state of calamity following a huge fire incident that gutted more than 900 houses, affecting more than a thousand families. “Nagdeklara kami ng state of calamity para matutukan ang pangangailangan ng… [More]

Pampanga seeks exemption from DA import ban on Cow leather

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga — Pampanga acting Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda has asked Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol to exempt a bag-manufacturing company here from an import ban on cow’s leather to prevent some 16,000 workers from losing their jobs. Pineda said on Monday that… [More]

DA bans pigskin leather importation

The Department of Agriculture has temporarily banned the importation of pigskin leather from countries affected by the African Swine Fever (ASF), including China, as it steps up measures to protect the Philippine hog industry. The DA said due to the continuing outbreaks in China, leather… [More]

Saño resigns as Hanjin Rehab Receiver

by Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr. FRUSTRATED over delays in the rehabilitation proceedings of the cash-strapped ship builder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines, also known as HHIC Phil, newly-court-appointed Hanjin Rehabilitation Receiver Stefani C. Saño has filed before the court that appointed him his irrevocable… [More]