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  • Traffic body seeks P100-M budget for 2019 December 5, 2018
    THE Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) is proposing a P100-million budget for 2019 to purchase devices that will boost operations, among others.Among the devices that the RTA promised to purchase next
  • Condo, hotel project underway in Davao October 22, 2018
    IN 2017, Santos Land Development Corporation (SLDC) launched two new vertical projects - the Ivory Residences Condominium and Obsidian Suites Hotel in JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City.Now, SLDC continues to
  • Cacao leaves used in furnishings October 21, 2018
    WHO says cacao is only for satisfying sweet buds and craving appetites?Artist and entrepreneur Telesforo Zosa Jr. saw great potential in fusing artwork and home furnishings through cacao leaves.His business
  • Drinking made more fun October 16, 2018

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  • Palasyo, wala sa poder magdetermina kung nagpakita ng ‘good conduct’ si Sanchez; ilang kongresista may apela sa DOJ August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 2 minutes Nilinaw ni Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo na wala sa poder ng Malacañang ang pagdetermina kung nagpakita ng good moral behavior ang isang person deprived of liberty o preso gaya ni dating Calauan Mayor Antonio Sanchez na kasama sa mga posibleng magawaran ng Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) at mapalaya. Sinabi ni […]
  • BSP Chief Diokno at Finance Sec. Dominguez, ‘absent’ sa 1st budget briefing ng Kamara August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute Hindi dumalo sina Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Gov. Benjamin Diokno at Finance Sec. Carlos Dominguez III sa unang budget briefing ng House Committee on Appropriations para sa P4.1 trillion proposed national budget. Sinabi ni BSP Deputy Governor Francisco Dakila Jr., na nasa Canberra, Australia si Diokno dahil sa dinadaluhan nitong Asia […]
  • US Open: Djokovic, Osaka pinangalanang top seeds August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute Pinangalanan ngayon bilang top seeds para sa darating na US Open ang kapwa world No. 1 at defending champions Novak Djokovic at Naomi Osaka. Si Djokovic, na tatangkaing masungkit ang ika-17 Grand Slam singles title sa New York sa susunod na linggo, ay pangungunahan ang men’s field kasama si Rafael Nadal […]
  • ‘Mga Pinoy din may kasalanan sa pagpalaganap ng ‘offshore gaming operation’ August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute CEBU CITY – Tinawag na “istupido” ni Dr. Clarita Carlos, isang political analyst at UP Diliman professor ang mga Pilipino dahil sa kasalukuyang nangyayari sa bansa. Ito ay sa gitna ng usapin ng Philippine offshore gaming operation (POGO) hubs kung saan maraming mga Chinese ang nagtatrabaho rito at ang ilan ay […]
  • Alex Compton, nag-resign na bilang Alaska head coach August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute Inanunsyo ng Alaska Aces na nagbitiw na bilang kanilang head coach si Alex Compton. Ayon sa team, papalit sa nabakanteng puwesto ni Compton si assistant coach Jeffrey Cariaso. “We are very sorry to see Alex leave the team. He had a tremendous impact on the team and was very concerned with […]
  • DoJ, ipapatawag ng Senado sa isyu ng posibleng paglaya ni ex-Mayor Sanchez August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 2 minutes Isinusulong ngayon ni Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon ang pagsasagawa ng imbestigasyon ukol sa proseso kung bakit palalayain ang isang convicted sa korte sa kasong panggagahasa at pagpatay na si dating Calauan, Laguna mayor Antonio Sanchez. Matatandaang si Sanchez ang itinuturong utak sa pagdukot, panghahalay at pagpatay kay Eileen Sarmenta at […]
  • Foreigner na avid listener ng Bombo Koronadal, ‘dream come true’ ang personal na pagbisita sa himpilan August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute KORONADAL CITY – Personal na binisita ng ilang mga avid listeners na nagmula sa Chicago, USA ang himpilan ng Bombo Radyo Koronadal. Ito ay kasabay ng pag-uwi ng pamilya Ludjins sa bayan ng Sto Niño, South Cotabato. Ayon kay Joe Ludjins, isang katuparan sa kanilang pangarap ang personal na makita ang […]
  • ‘Semifinalist sa Bombo Music Festival, masaya na maibahagi ang talent’ August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute DAGUPAN CITY – “Nais lamang na maibahagi ang talent sa ibang tao.” Ito ang isa sa mga layunin ng isa sa semifinalist na si Mary Jean Trinidad, 19, mula sa Barangay Bonuan, Boquig sa lungsod ng Dagupan sa pagsali niya sa Bombo Music Festival (BMF). Sa panayam kay Trinidad, sinabi nito […]
  • Suplay ng karne para sa bagnet at longganisa, ‘di raw maaapektuhan sa temporary ban sa mga baboy August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute VIGAN CITY – Tiniyak ng Ilocos Sur Hog Raisers’ Association na hindi maapektuhan ang suplay ng karne para sa paggawa ng ipinagmamalaking bagnet at longganisa ng Vigan City sa gitna ng temporaryong ban sa pagpasok ng baboy at frozen pork meat sa lalawigan. Ito ay may kaugnayan pa rin sa mga […]
  • 7 lugar sa N. Luzon, signal No. 1 dahil kay ‘Ineng’ – PAGASA August 22, 2019
    Reading Time: 1 minute Itinaas na ang tropical cyclone wind signal number one sa ilang lugar sa Northern Luzon dahil sa Bagyong Ineng. Kabilang sa mga ito ang Batanes; Cagayan, kasama ang Babuyan Group of Islands; Isabela; Apayao; Kalinga, Northern Abra at Ilocos Norte. Huling namataan ang sentro ng bagyo sa layong 725 kilometers sa […]

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  • Classes remain suspended in Baguio, upland provinces due to heavy rains August 13, 2019
    Pounding rains at dawn on Wednesday (Aug. 14) prompted Mayor Benjamin Magalong to again suspend classes in this city, but for all levels. The post Classes remain suspended in Baguio, upland provinces due to heavy rains appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Days of rain prompt cancellation of classes in Benguet, Mountain Province town August 12, 2019
    BAGUIO CITY —Days of intense rains have prompted Benguet Governor Melchor Diclas to suspend classes from pre-school to senior high school on Tuesday (Aug. 13), with rainfall measuring 207.8 millimeters from 8 a.m. on Monday (Aug. 12) to 8 a.m. this morning. In the capital La Trinidad town, the Cordillera Career Development College (CCDC) cited […]
  • Baguio PUJ drivers protest as proposed modern jeeps displayed at City Hall July 30, 2019
    Baguio jeepney drivers on Tuesday (July 30) marched to City Hall to submit a petition against the enforcement of the jeepney modernization here, as various companies displayed nine prototype vehicles that would purportedly replace jeeps that can navigate steep mountain slopes. The post Baguio PUJ drivers protest as proposed modern jeeps displayed at City Hall […]
  • 7 youngsters, 4 of them minors, foiled in attempt to transport weed July 29, 2019
    Seven people were arrested at a bus terminal here on Sunday (July 28) after they were caught transporting nearly P3 million worth of marijuana. The post 7 youngsters, 4 of them minors, foiled in attempt to transport weed appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Respect is earned, AFP chief tells PMA cadets July 27, 2019
    FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio City--“If you want to be respected, act respectable.” That's the sage advice given by Armed Forces Chief of Staff Gen. Benjamin Madrigal Jr. to cadets belonging to Philippine Military Academy Class of 2023, who were formally incorporated into the Cadet Corps on Saturday (July 27). The post Respect is earned, AFP […]
  • 200 protesters stage ‘People’s SONA’ in Baguio City July 22, 2019
    Calling for unity against Chinese intrusion in the West Philippine Sea, over 200 people here staged a protest rally ahead of President Duterte's fourth State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday, July 22. The post 200 protesters stage ‘People’s SONA’ in Baguio City appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • EcoWaste urges Baguio mayor to act on ‘poison cosmetics’ trade July 8, 2019
    EcoWaste Coalition on Monday said it will urge Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong to immediately stop the trade of "poison cosmetics" in the city. The post EcoWaste urges Baguio mayor to act on ‘poison cosmetics’ trade appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • DENR lifts cease order on Baguio garbage operations July 2, 2019
    A temporary order suspending waste processing operations at Baguio's decommissioned dump was lifted on Monday (July 1), after the new mayor promised to convert the city's mountain of trash into an ecological park by yearend. The post DENR lifts cease order on Baguio garbage operations appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Domogan turns over reins to ex-Mamasapano prober in Baguio rites June 28, 2019
    Outgoing Mayor Mauricio Domogan formally turned over the city government’s reigns to retired Police General Benjamin Magalong in solemn rites The post Domogan turns over reins to ex-Mamasapano prober in Baguio rites appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio mourns environment champions June 27, 2019
    A religious leader, who fought to preserve Baguio’s pine trees, and a former newsman who taught schoolchildren to love the city’s forests The post Baguio mourns environment champions appeared first on Inquirer News.