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The Mid-Norfolk FHS National Burial Index Project has been available for Members to ask for free NBI searches.  Unfortunately, the program does not work on Windows 10, only on the older versions of Windows.   78 more words


Philippines "bumps off" Rappler from South China Sea mission for Defense Press Corps amid alleged government harassment of news organization by the Duterte administration

By Jaime Laude, Janvic Mateo (The Philippine Star) | Updated January 24, 2018 – 12:00am

The patrolling of the area was open for coverage and the drawing of slots held among members of the Defense Press Corps (DPC) at Camp Aguinaldo on Monday afternoon. 542 more words

Updating Your Civil Status In Government IDs And Changing Your Last Name

Before updating your civil status, decide first if you’re going to change your last name. This is something that you and your husband should discuss. Changing your last name is not mandatory in the Philippines, so have a talk with your husband why you prefer or not prefer to take his last name. 582 more words

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Automating the testing of an Azure Cosmos DB instance with NBi

Since five years, you can run automated tests on your SQL server databases and SSAS cubes with the help of the open-source framework NBi. This framework was extended to support other relational databases (using the OleDb or ODBC drivers) in 2017. 1,065 more words


Getting your NBI Clearance in Melbourne, Australia in 2018 Latest

You need your NBI clearance from the Philippines, but you’re currently in Australia. You don’t need to go back to Philippines just to get this (though this can be a good excuse). 1,074 more words


Philippine Director of National Police Takes Heat From Philippine DEA Chief -- "Give me the basis and [crime] statistics to prove those claims," PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa told

By Romina Cabrera (The Philippine Star) | Updated November 30, 2017 – 12:00am

PDEA director general Aaron Aquino said it was wrong for PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa to conclude that criminality is on the rise just because they are no longer involved in the fight against drugs.  667 more words