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first_imgView comments PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension Carpio gets nominated as CJ for 4th time LATEST STORIES City government transactions are supposed to use accountable forms with receipts duly registered with the Bureau of Internal Revenue.Receipt no. 001 issued on November 13, 2012 by Anabel Zapanta describes the P200,000 as payment for “Kasadya sa SRP registration fee” for the duration of the carnival from Dec.7, 2012 to February 24, 2013.Another acknowledgment receipt was issued by Zapanta on Nov. 13, 2012 stating that the P200,000 was “partial payment” of Abayata for carnival operations from Dec. 1, 2012 to Jan. 30, 2013.Noel wrote the council that he could not attend the executive session this week “because I am busy attending to the documents of carnival rides that arrived from Manila for the Kasadya sa SRP.”His letter was received at 8:55 a.m. Wednesday. Before noon, another letter from Noel reached the mayor’s office saying he was withdrawing his complaint against Varquez.Councilors agreed to invite both parties again next week.Read Next ROBERTO “Bu” Varquez, manager of the South Road Properties (SRP), said he would attend next week’s executive session of the Cebu City Council to answer questions about the fees being collected in the Kasadaya s SRP.He skipped the invitation to appear this week, saying he was advised by city administrator Jose Marie Poblete that it was no longer necessary as the complaint against him was withdrawn.ADVERTISEMENT PM Boris Johnson visits Belfast as Brexit woes hurt UK economy Pagasa: Rain expected as LPA enters PAR Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements SMC bags Bulacan airport projectcenter_img He said the amount would not be paid in cash but had to be spent on “professionalizing the operation of our rides like rehabilitation and repainting, uniform and IDs of the operators, light and power.”MORE STORIESnewsinfoRobinsons, Japan firm want to invest in SRPnewsinfoProbe ordered on extort complaintnewsinfoProbe ordered on extort complaintMORE STORIESnewsinfoRobinsons, Japan firm want to invest in SRPnewsinfoProbe ordered on extort complaintnewsinfoProbe ordered on extort complaintNoel and Varquez will be invited again by the City Council after both didn’t show up for an executive session for them this week.Last November 19, Noel wrote Mayor Michael Rama to accuse Varquez of extortion.The mayor was given a copy of an unofficial receipt for the P200,000 paid by the carnival operator last year.The receipt was the ordinary kind sold in office supply stores.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ An adobo upgrade: Add rosemary PBA: Rain or Shine overcomes San Miguel, McCullough’s 51 to avert sweep Trader Leonardo Noel Jr., in a letter to the City Council this week, said he would no longer pursue his Nov. 19 complaint of extortion.He said the P200,000 he paid last year as “registration fee” was already returned to his employer, Feliza Abayata, owner of Lecian Carnival, since “it is not necessary and it is not a requirement for the Kasadya sa SRP.”FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike“Where did the money go? Why was it returned after one year?” asked Councilor James Cuenco after the letter was read aloud.In his letter, Noel said the matter was already clarified regarding the payment of P50,000 per ride that was asked from the carnival owner. What’s new in town: Eggplant parmigiana deep-dish pizza, tofu ‘kakigori,’ ‘kamias’-date sticky toffee pudding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Teens still in school uniform when rescued by policelast_img read more

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Podcast possible potato improvements and a pill that gives you a jab

first_img Because of its genetic complexity, the potato didn’t undergo a “green revolution” like other staple crops. It can take more than 15 years to breed a new kind of potato that farmers can grow, and genetic engineering just won’t work for tackling complex traits such as increased yield or heat resistance. Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Erik Stokstad about how researchers are trying to simplify the potato genome to make it easier to manipulate through breeding.Researchers and companies are racing to perfect an injector pill—a pill that you swallow, which then uses a tiny needle to shoot medicine into the body. Such an approach could help improve compliance for injected medications like insulin. Host Meagan Cantwell and Staff Writer Robert F. Service discuss a new kind of pill—one that flips itself over once it hits the bottom of the stomach and injects a dose of medication into the stomach lining.This week’s episode was edited by Podigy.Download the transcript (PDF)Listen to previous podcasts.About the Science Podcast[Image: Michael Eric Nickel/Flickr; Music: Jeffrey Cook] Michael Eric Nickel/Flickr last_img read more

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