THE STORY OF THE ARREST OF THE MARINA HOODLUMS…

THE STORY OF THE ARREST OF THE MARINA HOODLUMS… OPERATIVES of the Manila Police District have collared six people after they tried to bribe money from an owner of a training center worth P500,000, in exchange of leakage of test questionnaires of the marine officers licensure examination of the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA). According to […]

Posted by: on Jan 12, 2018 read more

BREAKING NEWS: NAKABULAGTA ANG RIDING IN TANDEM MATAPOS MAKA ENGKWENTRO ANG MGA PNP CIDG

Watch Video Here:https://www.facebook.com/radyoinquirer990/videos/1827324930626176/ Holdaper ng mga Indian national na mga negosyante patay matapos makipag barilan ng mga PNP-CIDG nang maabutan ang apat na mga suspek sa Osmeña Highway, Makati City. Bumunot umano ang mga suspek ng baril nang matunugan nila na ang nakasunod nila ay mga pulis kaya pinutukan nalang sila ng mga CIDG. Dead […]

Posted by: on Jan 11, 2018 read more

Drilon: Filipinos Are Fools To Believe Death Penalty is Effective

  How can the proposed death penalty measure be included in the administration’s legislative agenda when majority of senators are against it? Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon raised this question on Wednesday, still responding to Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez’s criticisms that the Senate was slow, citing as example the upper chamber’s failure to immediately act on […]

Posted by: on Jan 11, 2018 read more

TATLO PANG BATA NA TINURUKAN NG DENGVAXIA, NAMATAY DAHIL SA SEVERE DENGUE

  Tatlo (3) pang bata na kapwa tinurukan ng dengvaxia noong isang taon ang namatay bunsod ng dengue shock syndrome at septic shock. Kinilala ang mga biktima na sina Alexander Jayme, 11-anyos, residente ng Bataan na binawian ng buhay dahil dengue septic shock noong Enero 4, at Rei Jazzline Alimagno, 13-anyos, na namatay naman noong […]

Posted by: on Jan 11, 2018 read more

BREAKING: PCG seizes P 120-M worth of smuggled rice in Zamboanga

PCG: Joint elements of Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) successfully intercepted a cargo vessel loaded with approximate number of 60,000 undocumented sacks of rice with an estimated market value of Php 120 million at somewhere around 25 nautical miles Southwest off Olutanga, Zamboanga Sibugay around 9:30AM yesterday, O7 January.   The PCG is investigating MVJ-Phia, a Philippine-flagged cargo ship […]

Posted by: on Jan 10, 2018 read more

Iranian tanker collides with Chinese ship, spills oil

BEIJING – A tanker carrying Iranian oil and operated by the country’s top oil shipping operator caught fire and spewed its cargo into the East China Sea yesterday after colliding with a Chinese bulk ship, the Chinese government said. The Sanchi tanker, registered in Panama, collided with the CF Crystal 160 nautical miles off the […]

Posted by: on Jan 08, 2018 read more

Seafarers’ group wants Ombudsman to probe sacked Marina chief

A seafarers’ group on Saturday said that the Office of the Ombudsman should investigate the “unnecessary junkets” of sacked Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) chief Marcial “Al” Amaro III. The group United Filipino Seafarers (UFS) said, aside from being relieved, Amaro should also undergo investigation by the Office of the Ombudsman. In a statement, UFS president Engr. […]

Posted by: on Jan 06, 2018 read more

Restructuring Philippine Maritime Governance

“ NO one in the maritime industry has the monopoly of knowledge; therefore, the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) must be obliged to collate the recommendations and optimistic ideas from the industry’s stakeholders in redeeming the glory of the maritime industry.” For years, it’s been alleged that MARINA was obviously run by some incompetent personalities. The […]

Posted by: on Jan 05, 2018 read more

Iranian oil tanker burns, 32 missing after collision off China’s coast

BEIJING (Reuters) – A tanker carrying Iranian oil and run by the country’s top oil shipping firm was ablaze and spewing cargo into the East China Sea on Sunday after colliding with a Chinese freight ship, leaving the tanker’s 32 crew members missing, the Chinese government said. JANUARY 7, 2018 / 1:33 PM / 2 […]

Posted by: on Jan 09, 2018 read more

The world’s largest-ever vessel is all set to go in 2018

Displacing as much water as five aircraft carriers is just one eye-popping statistic that attempts to explain the sheer size of the world’s largest vessel. Construction on Shell RDSA-GB’s huge floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) structure began in 2012 and was finished in July by Samsung’s Heavy Industries in South Korea, before being towed to Australia. […]

Posted by: on Dec 26, 2017 read more

International Rescue Effort Saves Two Sailors

    An international rescue effort including U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen and the Amver participating Handysize tanker Nord Nightingale saved two German sailors who abandoned their burning sailboat approximatley 525 miles east of Port Canaveral, Fla., on Friday, July 7, 2017. U.S. Coast Guard rescue authorities in Miami, Fla. received a 406 MHz Emergency Position […]

Posted by: on Jul 12, 2017 read more

Ocean Pride Crew Stranded on Dangerous Ship

“We are totally unsafe here… this is a dead ship. Sea water is leaking in the engine room… no facilities… rusty water… If anything happens we will not survive. All will be dead… Please send us home.” This was revealed in a new report into the abuse of seafarers on board the Panamanian-flagged vessel Ocean Pride […]

Posted by: on Jul 06, 2017 read more

STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Exits Court Receivership

The Seoul Bankruptcy Court decided on Monday to early finalize the receivership process of South Korea’s STX Offshore & Shipbuilding. According to the latest decision from the bankruptcy court, STX has made considerable progress in its economic recovery as it has adhered to the debt payment schedule proposed under its rescue plan. What is more, the shipyard has […]

Posted by: on Jul 05, 2017 read more

iContainers Warns Ocean Freight Industry ‘Ill-Prepared’ For Cyber Attacks

Online freight forwarding company iContainers has warned that the ocean freight and freight forwarding industries are ‘ill-prepared’ for cyber attacks. In the wake of last week’s ransomware virus attack on Maersk, iContainers reported being left temporarily limited in terms of taking bookings and managing operations related to merchandise on the Danish shipping giant’s vessels. Two […]

Posted by: on Jul 04, 2017 read more

Cruise workers lay bare life at sea – revealing how captains like to SPY on passengers having sex (and there’s even a special word for onboard hook-ups)

According to cruise staff, employees also regularly have sex with guests and many ships have a morgue on board because they have so many deaths IT turns out what happens at sea doesn’t always stay at sea, as cruise ship workers have been spilling the beans on what it’s really like to work on the […]

Posted by: on Jul 03, 2017 read more

Qatar Crisis Hits Stalemate

  The economic and political sanctions imposed on Qatar earlier this month could protract indefinitely, BBC News reports citing a UAE government spokesman, according to whom Qatar seems to be unwilling to comply with a list of demands set by a number of Arab countries. Namely, after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain […]

Posted by: on Jun 29, 2017 read more

Tinig ng Marino 126- MARINA Making Strides

Posted by: on Jan 03, 2018 read more

Tinig ng Marino 125- UFS Triumphs: Board Test Questions Published

Posted by: on Jan 03, 2018 read more