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first_imgBefore her arrest, Berbor, who hasbeen on the BCPO drug watch list, allegedly sold a sachet of suspected shabu toan undercover officer on Dec. 18.(With areport from PNA/PN) On Dec. 21, personnel of PoliceStation 3 arrested two persons and confiscated around P9.1 million worth ofsuspected shabu in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Banago. BACOLOD City – After recoveringmillions worth of suspected shabu in the past days, the police in this citywill continue to be aggressive in pursuing illegal drug personalities. “We will continue despite the(Christmas) holidays. We will even be more active in the operations,” saidLieutenant Colonel Ariel Pico, public information officer of the Bacolod CityPolice Office (BCPO).     A witness signs an inventory sheet of the suspected shabu seized from street-level target Hardy Gellang during an entrapment operation in Barangay 40, Bacolod City on Dec. 24. BACOLOD CITY POLICE OFFICE The suspect also yielded seven sachetsof suspected illegal drugs, weighing about 13 grams valued around P195,000,along with an improvised .357-caliber revolver loaded with four liveammunition.  center_img Street-level target Hardy Gellang wasarrested around 2 a.m. on Tuesday by operatives of Police Station 2 in abuy-bust operation in Barangay 40. Suspects Sunny Capa, 22, and ElyLorence Sazon, 20, allegedly sold a sachet of suspected illegal drugs to anundercover cop for P1,000 during the operation. Meanwhile, operatives of PoliceStation 8 seized P1.8 million worth of suspected shabu from suspect KimberlyBerbor, 25, in Barangay Pahanocoy. Gellang, 35, allegedly sold P500 worthof suspected shabu to an undercover policeman.last_img read more

first_imgA CO Donegal parish has announced its plans to open a distillery – to produce both whiskey and legal poteen.The plans for Carrick and Glencolmcille in south west Donegal could create up to 25 jobs in an area devastated by emigration.It’s part of an ambitious plan to extend the stay of hundreds of thousands of people who come to see Ireland’s highest sea cliffs at Sliabh Liag. The parish council has been given the backing of the man behind Ireland’s only Irish-owned distillery in Dingle, Co Kerry.“Glencolmcille has had a reputation for generations for its poitin,” said Margaret Cunningham, an entrepreneur and native of the village of Carrick.“We know that 200,000 people come here every year to see the cliffs at Sliabh Liag but then they leave again and there is very little spend in the local community.“Our plans would include a distillery making whiskey and poitin, a visitor centre explaining the history of area and a café and bar. “We have investors on board and we are moving to the design stage now.”An application for a license to distill is being completed.Oliver Hughes, the man behind the Dingle Distillery, has given the Glencolmcille parish council advice on their plans.“Like Dingle, we are a Gaeltacht area which has lost many people to emigration. All my own father’s grandchildren live abroad for example, they’re Americans, English and Greeks,” said Margaret, the former MD of a design company.“We believe we can create 25 jobs, which for an area like here, is a huge boost.” The plans have also been given the approval of Tourism Minister Leo Varadkar who spent his summer holidays last year in the area, walking the hills around Sliabh Liag.“It’s a fabulous idea for the area which is one of the most beautiful places on the island,” he said recently.“Along with micro-breweries, small distilleries have huge potential for job creation and can act as extra visitor attractions in areas like this.”Margaret Cunningham is hopeful. “You just have to look at north Antrim. People go there to see the Giant’s Causeway and a visit to the Bushmills distillery is part of the attraction,” she said.An artist’s impression of the proposed distilleryAMBITIOUS PLAN TO OPEN NEW DONEGAL DISTILLERY was last modified: May 30th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CarrickdistilleryGlencolmcilleIrish whiskeypoitinwhiskeylast_img read more

first_imgA judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over a process that could result in development of the Pebble Mine being restricted or prohibited.The case was brought by the group behind the mine and the state, who argued that EPA was overstepping its authority. In dismissing the case Friday, U.S. District Court Judge H. Russel Holland said EPA’s initiation of the process was not a final agency action.EPA has said it won’t decide before Jan. 2 what the next step in that process might be.EPA faces another lawsuit from Pebble over an agency study that concluded large-scale mining posed significant risk to salmon in the Bristol Bay region. The study provided the basis for EPA invoking the process under the Clean Water Act.last_img read more