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Dads adopt Macajalar Bay Integrated Coastal Management Plan

The 18th City Council adopted the Macajalar Bay Integrated Coastal Management Plan. This, after hearing the presentation of Dr. Hilly Ann Roa Quiaoit, executive director of  the Macajalar Bay Development Management Council. The plan outlines management strategies to address issues and threats covering a period of five years from 2019 ...

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Oro distributed 2,000 land titles since 2013

By Nitz Arancon Correspondent .  CITY hall has distributed at least 2,000 land titles to beneficiaries since Mayor Oscar Moreno organized the Task Force Emancipation Program in 2013. Lawyer and ex-councilor Edgar Cabanlas bared this to reporters during the distribution of land titles in Sitio Macanhan, Barangay Carmen Thursday afternoon. ...

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SILENT NIGHT

Homeless people during the holiday season rest under the monument of Ramon Magsaysay in Divisoria, Cagayan de Oro City with only blankets to protect them from the elements. Photo by Kristian Dave Achondo Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Dads approve City Health Insurance Office budget

THE City Health Insurance Office (CHIO) will have a budget of P15.3 million for year 2019. During the last day of the marathon budget deliberation of the City Council Committee of the Whole headed by Vice Mayor Raineir V. Uy presided over by Councilor Edna M. Dahino, legislators approved in ...

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Pag-ibig moves to new office

Bigger, more convenient and comfortable office awaits the clients of Pag-IBIG Fund CDO Central Members Services Branch at Puregold Building, Lapasan, here. Pag-IBIG Fund Deputy Chief Executive Officer Alexander Hilario Aguilar said the transfer and expansion intend to “make Pag-IBIG services more accessible to all our members.” Aside from heavy ...

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Camiguin, DOT showcase local artistry in Shards

To promote local artistry and ecotourism, the Provincial Government of Camiguin in partnership with the Department of Tourism (DOT-10) showcases 80 paintings of local artists from the province and Cagayan de Oro City in Shards: Sea to Shores Treasures, a CDO-Camiguin art collaboration which will end on Jan. 3, next ...

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PH now most risky place for farmers, indigenes

DAVAO City — The Philippines once again landed on top among the 21 countries tagged as dangerous for farmers, farm workers, indigenous people, and other activists resisting land and resource-grabbing. Based on Land and Rights Watch 2018 Yearend Report, the Pan Asia Pacific (Panap) monitored in the 21 countries some ...

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