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Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 05:48:00 09/15/2008

Filed Under: Education, Crime

P17M for city schools

STUDENTS and the teachers of public schools in Mandaluyong City can soon look forward to having new equipment and more books for their libraries. Earlier, Mandaluyong Rep. Neptali M. Gonzales allocated P17 million for the purchase of computers, photocopying machines, multimedia projectors and library materials for 20 schools. In a statement, Gonzales said that he has already released P2.4 million to Highway Hills Integrated School for an LCD projector, 35 computers with printers, a sound system, two air-conditioners, a photocopier machine and books. Two other schools, Bonifacio Javier National High School and the Mandaluyong High School, also received P900,000 each for the construction of their own speech laboratories. ?Public education does not mean inferior education. In my district, I make sure we have enough classrooms and equipment for the students and teachers,? said Gonzales. Beverly T. Natividad

Man shot dead

THE MANILA police is probing the killing of a homeowners association president in Sta. Ana, Manila, Sunday. Guillermo Bigornia, who heads the Tejeron-Pasig Line Homeowners Association, was shot once in the head by a still unidentified man while tending his sari-sari store on Tejeron Street. He was declared dead on arrival at the Ospital ng Maynila. PO3 Jonathan Ruiz of the Manila Police District homicide division said the killing may be related to the victim?s position. No witnesses, however, have come forward, he added. Allison W. Lopez



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