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City council approves purchase of ambulance

The 19th City Council has adopted a resolution endorsing the proposed procurement of one ambulance in the amount of P3 million. This will be funded under the allocation of the city, in accordance with the Local Budget Circular. In his letter to the City Council, City Mayor Oscar Moreno  expressed …

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Oro water district, partners hold tree planting activity

Representatives of Vitens Evides International and the Cagayan de Oro Water District (COWD), together with their Ridge to Coast Rain to Tap Project Partners namely Hineleban Foundation Inc., Bukidnon IP Advisory Council, Kaliwawa, Salawagan, Talaandig Tribal Agricultural Cooperative, Wetlands International and the Cagayan de Oro River Basin Management Council, teamed …

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Narcs arrest Oro village councilor

By Joey P. Nacalaban, Correspondent A barangay councilor has been arrested during a raid at his residence yesterday morning for illegal drug use. An agent of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-10), whose identity has been withheld for law enforcement reasons, identified the suspect as Barangay Iponan councilor Redeem Dablio, …

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Alumni group gives 10 HD televisions to XU

The Alpha Phi Omega alumni of Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan came home last month to celebrate their 50th anniversary since their recognition as a campus student organization in 1969. The highlight of the celebration was the turnover of their jubilee project to Xavier Ateneo – the donation of 10 43” …

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Oro dad reports fruitful outcome of Japan confab

Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya, chair of City Council committee on planning and development, reported this week about his official travel to Japan two weeks ago.   During the regular session, the councilor said he is grateful for being the city’s representative to the 8th Asia Smart City Conference (ASCC) Global Smart …

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Enactment of mental health ordinance sought

Cagayan de Oro’s mental health condition is one of our serious problems, especially for our young people. It is incumbent upon us to come up with relevant local legislation to combat mental disorders in our city. This was pointed out by Councilor Jocelyn Rodriguez in her special report during the …

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XU welcomes new marine life advocates

First year Biology and Marine Biology students of Xavier University have successfully completed the first phase of the Information, Education, and Communication Student Development Advocates (Isda) curriculum under the National Service Training Program (NSTP) of the College of Arts and Sciences. PAINT AN ECOSYSTEM. XU-NSTP ISDA students apply their learnings …

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Project Beyond to benefit out of school youths in Oro

GIVING easy access and free education to everyone is the focus of Project Beyond in Cagayan de Oro through e-Education. Mayor Oscar Moreno together with the Department of Education-Division of Cagayan de Oro and executives of NTT Communications, one of Japan’s biggest communication company, recently signed a memorandum of agreement …

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Health body endorses construction of new tuberculosis facility

The City Council committee on health and health insurance chaired by Councilor Maria Lourdes S. Gaane favorably recommended the construction of the sundown clinic (TB DOTS Facility) under the Health Facility Enhancement Program (HFEP) of Department of Health. The project includes the construction of concrete and covered pathway and the …

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City council approves budget of Barangay 21

Barangay No. 21 can now implement the remaining  programs and projects this year under its 20-percent development  and 10 percent Sangguniang Kabataan funds. This after  the city council during its regular session yesterday presided over by  Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy adopted a resolution  returning  its ordinance covering  its Supplemental …

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