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  • Suspected Baguio gun-running head nabbed April 28, 2017
    A SUSPECTED leader of a local gun-running syndicate was nabbed by Abra Police early Wednesday morning, April 26. Police arrested the leader of “Balagan group” Edwin Dela Peña Balagan, 45, in his residence at Sitio Madago, Barangay San Ramon West, Manabo, Abra during an operation and confiscated one caliber .45, two magazines for caliber .45, […]
  • Religious groups ask Baguio City Council to stop e-bingo April 28, 2017
    RELIGIOUS groups asked the Baguio City Council to stop the operation of electronic bingo (e-bingo) outlets in the city. Fr. Manuel Flores, representing the concerned citizens who signed the petition against the e-bingo last Monday, April 24, asked the aldermen to consider their appeal for the body to refrain from issuing the documents being required […]
  • Baguio patients offer ways to enhance Angara bill April 28, 2017
    MEMBERS of the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center Dialysis Patients and Partners Association offered suggestions to Senator Sonny Angara to enhance the lawmaker’s bill that would require all the government hospitals to provide free dialysis treatment for poor patients in the country. Dialysis is necessary to patients with kidney failure. It gave patients chance […]
  • Cordillera Comelec calls for last day of registration April 28, 2017
    THE Commission on Election (Comelec) in Cordillera is calling again all qualified applicants for the Barangay and Youth Council elections to register in their respective Comelec offices. Comelec–Cordillera Director Julius Torres said April 29 is set as the last day registration for qualified voters. "It is unusual for this week we have less applicants flocking […]
  • Philex improves metal recovery as net income rises to 18% April 28, 2017
    TUBA, Benguet -- Philex Mining Corp. enhanced its “flotation process” to improve metal recovery, even as it announced an 18 percent rise in core net income to P458 million for the first quarter. In its April 26 filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the gold-and-copper producer said that the Padcal, its sole operating […]
  • Cariño: Lady Justice April 28, 2017
    THERE are these moments when I feel like I should be writing sketches for standup comedy. Like for any other ideas, those for such sketches play around in the writer’s section of my head, and I find myself chucking as mentally, observable situations turn into jokes in that section of my head. Funny twists in […]
  • Dacawi: Autonomy is from within April 28, 2017
    THE anemic push for Cordillera autonomy that is being left out in the cold, hardly warmed up from the ceremonial sacrifice of black pigs in front of the Baguio Convention Center each time we mark the anniversary of the creation of this administrative region. The observance, if you can call it that, was not for […]
  • Rosario: Quoted April 28, 2017
    HAVE you ever been quoted? Well, if you have, because you have said something positive, useful, worth repeating and remembering, I hope you find it an honor. Feel blessed, that you are leaving a legacy for others. You must have been gifted with wisdom, a tinge of it; or lots of it.
  • Dumaguing: Exercise associated with improved heart attack survival April 28, 2017
    EXERCISE is associated with improved survival after a heart attack, according to research published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.1 the chances of survival increased as the amount of exercise rose. “We know that exercise protects people against having a heart attack,” said last author Professor Eva Prescott, professor of cardiovascular prevention and […]
  • Caraa surpasses expectations in Palarong Pambansa April 28, 2017
    THANKS to wushu and chess, Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) surpassed its three-year gold medal output in the Palarong Pambansa since the Olympic medal count was implemented in 2014. As of 4 p.m. Friday, April 28, the medal tally of the Cordillera stands at 21 golds, 18 silvers and 16 bronze medals according to Department of […]

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  • Coop members din sa Reg. 1, nagtipon vs tax reform package ng gobyerno April 29, 2017
    VIGAN CITY – Nagpakita ng show of force ang lahat ng mga opisyal at miyembro ng mga kooperatiba sa buong Rehiyon Uno para ipakita ang kanilang pagkontra sa pinag-aaralang House Bill 4774 o ang Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act. Ang naturang pagpupulong ay pinangunahan ni Dr. Divina Quemi na siyang chief executive officer […]
  • Disiplina sa sarili, susi sa nakamit na gold medal sa wrestling April 29, 2017
    BUTUAN CITY – Disiplina umano sa sarili ang susi ni Merichar Morgado sa Surigao Department of Education (DepEd) Surigao del Sur Schools Division upang makuha ang inaasam na gintong medalya para sa wrestling 44-kilogram girls division. Inihayag ito ng Caraga Regional Athletic Association (CRAA) pride nang kunan ng reaksiyon sa kanyang nakamit na tagumpay. Sa […]
  • Libong miyembro ng coop Reg. 2, nagprotesta vs balak na pagbuwis sa mga kooperatiba sa bansa April 29, 2017
    CAUAYAN CITY – Humigit kumulang 8,000 mula sa iba’t ibang kooperatiba ang nakiisa sa show of force sa lambak ng Cagayan upang pigilan ang panukalang batas na buwisan ang mga kooperatiba. Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo Cauayan, nanindigan si Coop-NATCCO Partylist Representative Anthony Bravo na kanilang ipagpapatuloy ang pagpapakita ng lakas hangga’t hindi maibabasura sa […]
  • Mural paintings sa Zamboanga City hall agaw pansin April 29, 2017
    ZAMBOANGA CITY – Nakakuha ng maraming atensiyon ang mural paintings ang lahat ng atensyon ng mga netizens at kalat na rin sa social media ng mga Zamboanguenos. Ang nasabing mural paintings ay mga entries sa Mural Painting Competition kaugnay pa rin sa Summer Festival ng Lungsod ng Zamboanga. Sinalihan ito ng 15 mga kalahok na […]
  • Duterte: Kayang sirain ng NoKor ang buong mundo; US dapat kalmado lang April 29, 2017
    Labis umanong nababahala ang mga ASEAN leaders kaugnay sa lumalalang tensyon sa Korean Peninsula. Magugunitang nagpapatuloy ang ballistic missile launch ng North Korea sa kabila ng international opposition at uminit pa nang magpadala ang US ng kanilang warship sa peninsula. Sinabi ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa kanyang press conference matapos ang ASEAN Leaders’ Summit, masyadong […]
  • Mayor’s office at investment building pinasarhan muna dahil sa pinsala mula sa 7.2 quake April 29, 2017
    GENERAL SANTOS CITY – Temporaryo munang pinasarhan ni GenSan Mayor Ronnel Rivera ang kanyang opisina pati na ang investment building matapos makita ang mga basag na salamin at pagkahulog ng kisame. Ayon kay Rivera na mas maigi na matingnan ng city engineering para i-assess ang danyos. Maliban sa mga basag na salamin nakikita rin ang […]
  • Climate protests, sasalubong sa ika-100 na araw ni US President Trump sa pwesto April 29, 2017
    WASHINGTON – Asahan umanong libo-libo ang dadalo sa protesta sa ika-100 na araw sa pwesto ni US President Donald Trump. Ang kilos protesta ay may kaugnayan sa climate change. Ayon kay Paul Getsos, national coordinator for the People’s Climate Movement, gagamitin umano nila ang kanilang pag-iingay bilang taktika para sa kanilang panawagan na pagpapatayo ng sapat power […]
  • Konsehal patay, 1 sugatan sa pamamaril sa kasalan sa Sultan Kudarat April 29, 2017
    KORONADAL CITY – Nagpapatuloy pa ang imbestigasyon ng Tacurong City PNP sa nangyaring shooting incident sa isang kasalan na ginanap sa isang restaurant sa Brgy. Calean, Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat. Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo Koronadal kay P/Supt. Rannie Hachuela, hepe ng Tacurong City PNP target ng pamamaril ang isa sa mga dumalo sa kasal na […]
  • First timer sa Palaro mula Cordillera, nakasungkit ng 3 ginto April 29, 2017
    BAGUIO CITY – Hangad ng isa sa mga atleta ng Cordillera na nakasungkit ng gintong medalya na maging kinatawan ulit ng rehiyon sa susunod na Palarong Pambansa. Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo, sinabi ni Jeremiah Hipol na atleta ng athletics elementary division, na ito ang unang pagkakataon na sumabak ito sa Palarong Pambansa at nais […]
  • Bading sugatan sa pananaksak matapos ‘di tinapos ang pakikipagtalik sa 5 lalaki April 29, 2017
    KORONADAL CITY – Nagpapatuloy pa ang imbestigasyon ng Koronadal City PNP sa nangyaring pananaksak sa isang myembro ng LGBT sa lungsod ng Koronadal. Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo Koronadal, kinilala ang biktima na si “Christopher,” 24, residente ng Brgy. GPS lungsod ng Koronadal kung saan nakipagkita umano ito sa kanyang textmate kasama ang apat pang […]

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  • Body found at Burnham Park by Baguio jogger April 27, 2017
    A jogger stumbled upon the body of an unidentified man at Burnham Park here on Wednesday morning (April 26) bearing what appeared to be a stab wound in the chest, the Cordillera police said. The body of the man, who was 5’3” to 5’5” in height, appeared to be between 25 and 30 years old, […]
  • Ex-basketball star Bong Alvarez accused of domestic violence by GF April 24, 2017
    Retired basketball player Paul “Bong” Alvarez was arrested on Sunday (April 23) for a domestic violence charge filed by his girlfriend, the police said. Mary Anne Dungca Ting, 38, complained that the 48-year-old Alvarez hurt her during a fight at a still undisclosed place in Barangay(village) Loakan Proper at 2:15 a.m. The post Ex-basketball star […]
  • Citing fraud, Supreme Court nullifies Baguio land titles April 17, 2017
    BAGUIO CITY—Reminding the courts that they need to be “more aware of the machinations used by unscrupulous parties to acquire and title lands in Baguio City,” the Supreme Court (SC) has invalidated seven transfer certificates of title (TCT) awarded to a local property owner for lands that grew in size from about 1.181 hectares (11,810 […]
  • 5 PRC officials charged March 26, 2017
    State prosecutors have filed graft charges in the Sandiganbayan against five officials of the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) over alleged anomalies in its 2012 lease contract for its regional office in Baguio City. The post 5 PRC officials charged appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Duterte to PMA graduates: Be morally upright March 12, 2017
    President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday urged the graduates of the Philippine Military Academy Salaknib Class of 2017 to be morally upright and be loyal to the Constitution as they leave the country’s premiere military school. The post Duterte to PMA graduates: Be morally upright appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • DBP bus topples on way out of Baguio, 41 passengers safe February 26, 2017
    A bus fell on its side as it exited Baguio City before Sunday noon, but its 41 passengers survived the accident along Marcos Highway, with 7 undergoing treatment for minor injuries, a rescue group said. The post DBP bus topples on way out of Baguio, 41 passengers safe appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Panagbenga without the chills to greet revelers in Baguio February 20, 2017
    Don't expect chilly weather when the city celebrates the Panagbenga flower festival this weekend, weather experts said. The post Panagbenga without the chills to greet revelers in Baguio appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio grows coldest on Valentine’s Day February 14, 2017
    The mercury dropped to 8 degrees Celsius in Baguio City on Tuesday, Valentine's Day, the coldest on record since the start of the year. The post Baguio grows coldest on Valentine’s Day appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Valentine weather in Baguio: 9.6°C February 12, 2017
    The temperature here seems to be tailored for Valentine’s Day, as it dropped to 9.6 degrees Celsius at 5 a.m. on Saturday, perfect for cuddling among lovers. The post Valentine weather in Baguio: 9.6°C appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Fashion breakout in Baguio City Prison January 28, 2017
    Her head held high, the striking 18-year-old woman marched down a scarlet runway at a Baguio café in November, in a dress designed by her mother. The two, however, did not share the limelight for this creatio The post Fashion breakout in Baguio City Prison appeared first on Inquirer News.