COMELEC OFFICIAL RESULT: List of Winning Candidates, Barangay Elections

Municipality: Naval Province : Biliran


No.Full Name of CandidatePosition Aspired Total Votes Obtained
1. Macanip, Vilma Saberon Punong Barangay 296

1. Tabanao, Pelegrino Pagador Kagawad 365
2. Ejorcadas, Carlos Balidbid Kagawad 333
3. Ligoyligoy, Jessie Ebio Kagawad 309
4. Tambis, Esenieta Libay Kagawad 280
5. Ebajo, Lolita Ejocadas Kagawad 279
6. Garcia, Conrado Jr. Golin Kagawad 261
7. Linao, Lino Sangcap Kagawad 253

Continue reading “COMELEC OFFICIAL RESULT: List of Winning Candidates, Barangay Elections”

Comments Page Updated

Today I have made quite a few changes, including adding a few plug-ins as well to add new features:

Now you can quote other people’s comments to show exactly which post you are referring.

Now below the submit button, there is a tick box that will email you, when a reply has been made to a post you have commented on.


Also changed the layout to include the avatar to the left of the comment rather than to the right and it is much larger now.

consumer welfare month celebration highlights basic rights of consumers

by: flor jackson

Naval, Biliran (October 29) – As the entire province of Biliran together with the rest of the provinces all over Eastern Visayas and the entire country is about to close the celebration of the Consumer Welfare Month, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Biliran Provincial Office still continues to educate the consumers of the province of their rights and privileges.
Engr. Celerina Barrot, DTI Provincial Director in Biliran bared that one of the highlights in the monthlong celebration of the occasion was the conduct of the Cosumer Group Orientation cum organization.
The activity which was attended by participants who were identified to be people who are committed and proactive consumers in the community was aimed to finally organize the Naval Consumers Group and the Biliran Consumers Group.
Mrs. Agustina Caliao, the newly elected president of the Naval Consumers Group informed that organizing the consumers group in Naval, the capital town of Biliran province is a big help to the consuming public as it helps consumers who have complaints against business establishments and manufacturers that sell defective goods and merchandise. The consumer group will stand behind the consumers when they go through with their complaints..
The consumers group in Naval, she said, will work hand in hand with DTI to protect the rights of consumers. Continue reading “consumer welfare month celebration highlights basic rights of consumers”

Comelec-Biliran urges voters to say “no to vote-buying”

by: flor jackson

Naval, Biliran (October 29) – The Provincial Election Supervisor of the province of Biliran in the person of Atty. Sabino Mejarito together with the Municipal Election Officers of the eight municipalities of the province here strongly urges voters of the province not to sell their votes as Comelec-Biliran declared they are set for today’s synchronized Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections.
This was bared by Atty. Sabino Mejarito in yesteday’s special edition of Kapihan at Pulong-pulong ng Bayan at Radyo Natin-Naval.
He informed during the radio interview together with Philippine National Police (PNP) Provincial Director of Biliran Col. Alfredo Sabornido, the private media and the PIA that all the paraphernalias, office supplies, forms and other materials needed for the election today arrived early from Manila to ensure that distribution can also be done smoothly and on time.
“The teachers who serve on election day were equipped with enough training to be able to dispense their duties well”, he said.
“What was unique during the training of the teachers was, they were made to present a role playing of the possible situations and scenarios they will experience during the actual performance of their duties as Barangay Election Tellers (BET) on election day,” he added. Continue reading “Comelec-Biliran urges voters to say “no to vote-buying””

How to Upload an Avatar on Biliran Blogs

Rather than hosting the images on this site, we use another site here called Gravatar:

“A gravatar, or globally recognized avatar, is quite simply an 80×80 pixel avatar image that follows you from weblog to weblog appearing beside your name when you comment on gravatar enabled sites. Avatars help identify your posts on web forums, so why not on weblogs?”

Make sure you are registered on this website and when you register for free on Gravatar, make sure you use the same e-mail address as you do here. All you need to do then is upload your chosen avatar (max 80×80pixels) and wait a while so they can check it is a safe image to share on this and any other compatible site you may read.

Please note, that if you upload an image that is ‘not’ the same pixels in height as width, it ‘will’ stretch the image which is not a good thing!

To upload your avatar, click the link below:

Biliran policewoman is one of ten best policewomen of RP

Tacloban City (October 26) — The men and women of the Philippine National Police in Region 8, especially Police Regional Office 8 Director, General Abner Cabalquinto, has a reason to smile these days.

Inspector Ma. Bella Rentuaya of Biliran, Police Regional Office 8, is one of this year’s ten outstanding Policewomen of the Philippines. Her winning in the country’s search will surely serve as an inspiration to other policewomen not only of the Region but of the whole country as well.

No less than President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo honored the outstanding policewomen of the Philippine National Police in a simple rites held at the Rizal Hall of Malacanang on October 25.

Aside from Rentuaya, the other awardees are Police Senior Inspector Rosalinda Abellon of Negros Oriental, Police Regional Office 7; Chief Inspector Janet Homo of Health Service; PO3 Annaliza Cotiangco (Police Regional Office 13), PO2 Mary Jane Dalumay (Penablanca Police Regional Office 2), Chief Insp. Madeline Cacao (Police Regional Office 10), PO3 Liza Jane Alteza (Iriga City Police Regional Office 5), SPO2 Ramonita Pajanostan (AIDSOTF), PO2 Jaidee Lunggami (PNP SAF), and Supt. Ligaya Cabal (Crime Laboratory Group).

The outstanding policewomen have exemplified noteworthy accomplishments in various fields of police work such as law enforcement, public safety, criminal justice and community relations.

Aside from the medals, the honorees also received cash incentives from the Zonta Club of Makati which started the annual search in 2002 in order to give recognition of the importance of police women as partners of men in institutional transformation of the country’s premiere law enforcement agency. (PIA 8)