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Thursday, May 25, 2017

5 beautiful shots of the majestic Mt. Malindig

Mt. Malindig taken in Payanas, Torrijos | Photo by Kevin Marasigan
Mount Malindig is a large potentially active stratovolcano and highest mountain in the island of Marinduque lies in the towns of Buenavista and Torrijos.

Malindig is considered a potentially active volcano, in part because of the sulfuric springs of Malbog. Its unique location, at the heart of Southern Tagalog, creates a panorama that encompasses Mindoro, Verde Island and Southern Luzon all the way to Bicol and Burias Island. There is a military radio outpost at 900MASL.

The mountain is the largest on the island of Marinduque and the most popular climb and hike for mountaineers and alike, known for its unique environmental biodiversity. It is the home of different species of wild orchids and other endemic wildlife. Due to its height above 1,000 meters (3,300 ft.) above sea level, by law it has been identified as a protected area. The dormant volcano has three peaks, the Trek and climb to the peak is rated as easy to moderate. After passing the Radio Station base on the mountain, it has been known to be a mossy and closed canopy forest trek with regular foggy surroundings. It is also used by the Buenavista townfolks as a cattle grazing area.

Here are the other beautiful shots of the majestic Mt. Malindig.

Sun shines in Mt. Malindig | Photo by Ryan Roldan

Looks like somewhere in Scotland | Photo by Kervin Leal Miranda

Mightiest Mt. Malindig | Photo by Joven Malabana Lilles

Mt. Malindig taken in Payanas, Torrijos | Photo by Kevin Marasigan
Source: Wikipedia | MNN (c) 2017
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Friday, May 19, 2017

Abangan ang panibagong obra ni Brillante MA Mendoza presents Panata


Panata will take us back to the early years of Martial Law set in the Province of Marinduque sa May 27, 10:30 PM sa TV5.


Kilalanin ang mask maker sa Marinduque na si Mario sa Brillante MA Mendoza: Panata.


Brillante MA Mendoza: Panata will feature the Moriones Lenten Rites in Marinduque. This is the Morion mask of Longinus.


Marinduque Governor Carmencita Reyes graces the Brillante MA Mendoza Presents: Panata press launch last May 16.



Photos courtesy of TV5
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Thursday, May 11, 2017

2 cops hurt in Boac firecracker blast


LUCENA CITY, Philippines – Two policemen were injured when firecrackers they were about to dispose of accidentally exploded in Boac, Marinduque on Wednesday (May 10), police said Thursday.

Chief Insp. Yancy Sapio, Boac police chief, said the policemen were about to start the disposal of 82 packs of “five star” firecrackers - each pack containing 100 pieces - in a plastic tumbler at the river bank in Barangay Santol around 3:10 p.m. when they exploded.

Two policemen, Senior Police Officer 2 Nelson Ricohermoso and Police Officer 2 Jeffrey Gutierrez, sustained injuries on different parts of the body and were brought to the Dr. Damian Reyes Memorial Hospital for treatment.

The blast also damaged a police mobile car and a fire truck placed on standby for the firecrackers’ disposal.

The firecrackers were left abandoned by illegal vendors and recovered by policemen  way back in November 2015.


Source and courtesy of Delfin T. Mallari Jr., Inquirer Southern Luzon | Photo by Toby Jamilla
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Abandoned copper pit area in Capayang, Mogpog

Abandoned Consolidated Mines, Inc. Copper Pit Area in barangay Capayang, Mogpog, Marinduque is beautiful but threatening.




Photo by Toby Jamilla (c) 2012
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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Moriones Lenten Rites 2017 Official Program, Town of Boac

Moriones Lenten Rites Official Program of the Municipality of Boac, Marinduque.




Courtesy of Boac ICT.
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Monday, April 3, 2017

Happy birthday to our website donor and administrator, Gilbert Jacolbia


Please join us in greeting a happy birthday to our website donor and administrator, Gilbert Jacolbia!

Gilbert, is the technical administrator and donor of the domain and hosting of Marinduque News Network website. He is originally from Bunganay, Boac, Marinduque and currently residing in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada. Gilbert will be retiring soon in Marinduque to look after his cacao farm.

Happy birthday Tito Gilbert! Kung hindi po dahil sa kabutihan n'yo, tiyak walang opisyal na website ang Marinduque News Network. Nawa ay pagpalain pa kayong lalo ng ating Panginoon. Enjoy your natal. Cheers!

Greetings from your MNN Family.
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