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Dole releases P2.17m livelihood aid

MAMBAJAO, Camiguin – The Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) through its Camiguin Provincial Field Office (Cam PFO) released livelihood assistance to seven associations, amounting to P2,170,535.00 during the 113th Labor Day on 1 May 2015 at the Mambajao Town Plaza. The turnover was witnessed by Camiguin Provincial Governor Jurdin ...

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Trade department launches Negosyo Center in Zambo

PAGADIAN City – In keeping with Republic Act 10644, otherwise known as “Go Negosyo Act”, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Zamboanga del Sur Provincial Office has led on Monday the launching and blessing of the Negosyo Center at the DTI provincial office compound, Capitol Site this city. DTI-9 Regional ...

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Geeks on a Beach 2015 gets backing from AirAsiaPH

GEEKS on a Beach (Goab), is an international tech confab which returns this August 2015 to Boracay Island, In the event launching at the Azia Suites in Cebu City, Goab organizers announced that AirAsia Philippines CEO Joy Caneba will be giving the keynote address during Goab. “AirAsia Philippines is excited ...

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Government agencies tie up to support SAF family members

THE Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) through the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) recently conducted a Regional Inter-Agency Workshop (RIAW) which was actively participated by various national government agencies including the Philippine National Police (PNP). This is to signify their respective program support to the remained families of the ...

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TPP trade deal can support Asia-Pacific economic integration

Negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement can support further the regional economic integration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) region. United States (US) Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman said the Philippine chairmanship of APEC this year has focused on furthering regional integration across the region. “We’re dealing with ...

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Security Bank donates 8 classrooms in Dagupan

DAGUPAN City – Mayor Belen Fernandez thanked the Security Bank Foundation for donating a two-storey school building comprising of eight classrooms worth PHP9.8 million at the Dagupan City National High School (DCNHS) that it needs for the implementation of the K to 12 in the city. During the groundbreaking rites ...

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MinBC sets facility to reduce conflicts

THE Mindanao Business Council (MinBC) is setting up a facility that will guide businesses in going through the local landscape in order to lessen, if not avoid, conflict with indigenous peoples. The facility, called the Mindanao Indigenous Peoples (IP) Desk, is a joint initiative of the MinBC, the nongovernment group ...

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CONSTRUCTION OF TRAINING CENTER IN FULL SWING

SCG, one of Southeast Asia’s biggest industrial conglomerate and Mariwasa, its subsidiary and the country’s leading tile maker have recently teamed up to build SCG Training Center, the first training facility of SCG outside its headquarters in Thailand. Being constructed in the premises of Mariwasa factory in Batangas, the training ...

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Pinoy audiologist to meet Japanese counterparts

DOCTOR Nelly R. Ledesma, the first Filipino Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (Faaa) and past president of the Philippine Society of Audiology (Psaud), and Engr. Edgardo G. Ledesma, director of the Ledesma Audiological Center, Inc. (Laci) are going to visit Widex Japan in Tokyo to meet their counterparts. ...

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