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  • NPA-Ifugao, pinabulaanan ang pahayag ng 54th IB

    Mariing pinabulaanan ng Nona Del Rosario Command (NDRC) ang ipinapakalat na mga kasinungalingan ng 54th Infantry Battalion (IB) ng Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) sa nangyaring armadong labanan sa Sitio Abaka, Brgy. Danggo, Tinoc, Ifugao noong July 10, 2017, alas tres ng madaling araw. Ang Brgy. Danggo, kagaya ng lahat ng mga baryo sa…

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  • Bonfires and cold hearts

    When the Philippine Information Agency-Cordillera was first formed, it moved its office a lot of times, mostly in front of Baguio City Hall. When it moved to the area between Mansion House and the reflecting pool, even the local media thought it finally found its real home. It has a huge knoll surrounded by towering…

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  • Plano manen a dam iti Chico River, sinupalpalan ti CPA

    SIUDAD TI TABUK – Supsupiaten dagiti umili ti gandat manen a panagsubli dagiti kampanya ti gobyerno iti panangipatakder iti hydro-power project dam iti Karayan Chico, Tanudan, Pasil ken Saltan. Naibingay dagiti update ti agdama a kasasaad iti naangay a miting ti Cordillera Peoples’ Alliance Kalinga Chapter idi Marso 11, 2017. Adda ti lima a proposal…

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  • Chamber of Mines on Minerals Industry Coordinating Council meeting

    The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines yesterday welcomed the move of the Minerals Industry Coordinating Council, led by Department of Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, to “create a multi-stakeholder review and advise the DENR on the performance of existing mine operations in consultation with local government units.” “We thank the DOF secretary for this…

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  • CPA salutes DENR suspension, closure of mining firms

    While it is long overdue, CPA welcomes the DENR announcement this week on the closure of 23 mining operations in several parts of the country, including Benguet Corporation (BC). While Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company is among those up for suspension, we are fervently pushing for the closure of this company for its historical accountability to…

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  • Is public unwittingly being duped when paying in cash? (1st of 2 parts)

    Is the public unwittingly being taken advantage of by credit card companies and business firms, in connivance allegedly with the government, when they pay for goods or services in cash? This was questioned by a local businessman and member of the National Price Coordinating Council, who revealed he had been seeking a public hearing with…

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  • First love never dies

    I think that if you ask any restaurant owner his or her reason for going into the business, the answer would invariably be the love for food. Jun Olimpo, owner of the upcoming Road Grille food truck at the Calle Uno Food Hub, is doing it for an entirely different reason—for the love of his…

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  • 2016: The year Filipino fighters stood tall in ONE Championship

    For over two decades, Filipino fighters encountered a mix of sweet triumphs and heartbreaks. However, it was a different story in 2016 as Filipino combatants glimmered like diamonds atop an international mixed martial arts (MMA) stage. Over the course of 14 events in ONE Championship’s 2016 calendar, Filipino competitors tallied 24 victories.

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  • Youth groups blast Digong for false promise of free education

    Student groups from across the country slammed President Rodrigo Duterte for his statements reversing the previous pronouncements ensuring free tuition for all in state universities and colleges (SUCs). “Limiting free tuition for ‘poor and qualified’ students put undue burden on the part of students in exercising their right to education,” said Rara Ada of Sanlakas…

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JULY 24 TO 28, 2017

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