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SM welcomes home Miss Teen Philippines

SM CDO Downtown Premier on Saturday welcomed this year’s Miss Teen Philippines with a meet and greet at its event center. Fans and supporters of the 15 year-old Fil-Brazilian Nikki Advincula de Moura flocked the venue after besting 30 other candidates during the grand coronation night held at the New ...

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City accepts donation for victims of calamities

THE 18th City Council during its recent regular session presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy has enacted an ordinance accepting the offer of the Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc. to donate to the city government 250 food packs for the affected residents of the city. The donated ...

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Experiencing RED Queen Aesthetics

Owners Edmundo and Emily Janubas pose for the camera during the ribbon cutting of RED Queen Aesthetics. Photo by Alvin Curay Photography. RED Queen Aesthetics marks another milestone with its grand opening last May 30 at the 2F, of Marel Building, Pabayo-Hayes St. this city with guest and VIPs experiencing ...

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Oro press club secures bowling tourney’s title

By URIEL C. QUILINGUING Contributing Editor . Cagayan de Oro Press Club bowling team emerged as champion Thursday during a bowling tournament at SM Bowling Downtown Premier as media practitioners observe the 37th Press Freedom Week in Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental. COPC, who had 605 pinfalls from six ...

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City councilor welcomes new scholars

COUNCILOR Suzette Magtajas Daba, chair of the committee on education, welcomes new scholars from Districts 1 and 2 of Cagayan de Oro City. During the recently conducted Career Talk and Scholarship Orientation held at Centrio, Ayala Mall, Daba announced that there are 2,000 incoming first year college scholars for the ...

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Fail Forward

I have failed more times than I can count. What I feared the most when I was starting out with my photography has become a valuable lesson for me and in my growth as a human being. We all fail, that’s the bottom line. Point me someone who says that ...

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Group slams continuing human rights violations

By Jigger J. Jerusalem Correspondent . CASES of human rights violations continue to pile up two years after martial law was declared in Mindanao resulting from the conflict in Marawi City that flared up on May 23, 2017 that ran for several months, civil society organizations said. “The martial law ...

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