MERGE The Negros Occidental provincial government reminds the public that today is the 122nd anniversary of Philippine Independence by displaying Philippine flags on all its buildings.* (Andy Alvarez photo)


6 positive for Covid,
largest in single day

BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

There were six new Covid-19 positive cases in Negros Occidental and Bacolod City yesterday, the largest number in a single day so far.

Four are locally stranded individuals (LSIs) and two are overseas Filipino workers who returned to Negros Occidental and Bacolod from Manila and Cebu, the Department of Health reported.

Bacolod City has two new Covid-19 positive cases, Sagay City – two, Talisay City – one and Cauayan – one. moremoremore


Multiple raps filed
versus ‘NPA official’

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

The arrested organizer of the National Federation of Sugar Workers, claimed by the police and military to be a ranking leader of the New People’s Army in northern Negros, is now facing charges for illegal possession of explosives, after the recovery of a fragmentation grenade during his arrest on Tuesday at a checkpoint in Brgy. Caduha-an, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental.

Police chief Lt. Col. Robert Mansueto said yesterday that charges for illegal possession of explosives, resistance and disobedience to a person in authority, and violation of Provincial Executive Ordinance Order No. 20-22 were filed against NFSW organizer Gaspar Davao before the Cadiz City Prosecutor’s Office Wednesday.

Davao was tagged by the military and police as secretary of the Northern Negros Front White Area and Section Committee Tabacco, who also serves as finance officer. moremoremore

 

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BIR tells online sellers
to register, pay taxes
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

Online sellers should register their business activities with the Bureau of Internal Revenue and settle their taxes not later than July 31.

BIR issued Memorandum Circular 60-2020 on June 10 “to give notice to all persons doing business and earning income in any manner or form, specifically those who are into digital transactions through the use of any electronic platforms and media, and other digital means, to ensure that their businesses are registered pursuant to the provisions of Section 236 of the Tax Code, as amended, and that they are tax compliant.”

These shall include not only partner sellers or merchants, but also other stakeholders involved such as the payment getaways, delivery channels, internet service providers, and other facilitators, the BIR added.