We are all familiar with the super typhoon Ineng that wrecked havoc in Abra last week. As a result, the provincial government declared a State of Calamity.
THE Office of the Ombudsman recently found a former municipal mayor of Baay-Licuan town guilty of simple misconduct during his term from 2010-2013 and ordered him to pay the fine equivalent to his three-month salary after the conduct of a through and impartial investigation.
abrenian.com just got hold of the Commission on Audit (COA) Report for the Province of Abra for the year 2014. You can download it here 01-Abra2014_Audit_Report. You may also be interested in the Province’s 2014 Financial Statement here 02-Abra2014_FS This was the basis of an earlier report from rappler.com COA Finds irregularities in Abra’s 22 infra projects which stirred a … Continue reading
by Artemio A. Dumlao Bangued, Abra – Abra’s political battle in 2016 has began shaping up with former allies, becoming staunch rivals, though strange bedfellows also are running under the same ticket.
The projects involving roads, bridges and mass housing are worth P135.98 million MANILA, Philippines – Government auditors have questioned 22 infrastructure projects of the provincial government of Abra worth P135.98 million ($3.2 million), noting the lack of basic documents, lapses in bidding procedures, non-compliance with equipment requirements, and duplication of personnel.
Loans, loans, loans – is this good or bad? —– By Artemio A. Dumlao Bangued, Abra – A loan assistance from the National Electrification Administration (NEA) intended to upgrade into quality service, human resource management and internal fiscal rehabilitation efforts could resuscitate the still financially hard-up Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco).
This new ordinance was supposed to be in effect last week. But due to the lack of information, the police were distributing this flyer as a warning. No one has been arrested so far.
Celebrating Kawayan Festival 2015. Presenting Abra’s Rich Culture – Street Dancing. Photos by Arcangel Marvin.
I hope this money goes back to the farmers who are breaking their backs everyday from their tabacco fields. Or is this just another war chest for incumbent politicians to be used in the up coming elections? – SysOp — By Giovani Joy Fontanilla THE Department of Budget has released the shares of Abra, Kalinga … Continue reading
Elections 2016 is just hovering above us. Expect some major movements from politicans and would-be politicians in the next few months. Friends will be foes and foes will be friends.
By Artemio A. Dumlao BAGUIO CITY – The House committee on Public Works and Highways will pursue its scrutiny on the 200-million Abra Provincial Hospital, one among the government infrastructures built by controversial Hilmarc’s Construction Corporation (HCC) being investigated for alleged overpricing and possible corruption.
By Ernest De Guzman (phdesire.com) With the advances in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) there is no question that embracing the implementation of Electronic Health Record systems is tantamount to increasing the quality of healthcare services.
This just in. The controversial new Abra Provincial Hospital (APH) can’t seem to shake the bad omen. After so many issues on the P200 Million Hospital, here comes another one.