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DSWD-10 relaunches ‘anti-Epal’ campaign

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-10) here will relaunch a campaign that aims to protect the government’s conditional cash transfer program from being used by national and local candidates for their political campaign. Epal politicos running in the different local and national posts are being reminded again by ...

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NUJP beefs up alert system ahead of polls

In a bid to be more efficient and effective in responding to continued attacks on media practitioners, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines has strengthened and expanded its regional safety offices throughout the country.  As the country heads for mid-term elections in May,  the NUJP media alert system ...

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Development network pushes for ‘rights of nature’ law

A social development and advocacy network is aiming for a legislative path that will provide Mother Nature to have its own legal rights and to be recognize through a law. Recognizing ‘Rights of Nature’ means that human activities and development must not interfere with the ability of ecosystems to absorb ...

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DA, NFA to boost palay procurement in the region

By LITO RULONA Correspondent .  The Department of Agriculture-10 and the National Food Authority-10 will boost palay procurement in the Northern Mindanao area after a coordination meeting held last Friday. Both regional offices initially agreed to boost palay procurement in support to the palay procurement operations of the NFA-10, da-10 ...

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Normin Aggie dept to host farm machinery roadshow

All set in Region 10 for the Mindanao cluster farm machinery roadshow to showcase the latest farm technologies on Jan. 29-30. DA Secretary Emmanuel F. Piñol will grace the opening today in Lohas Hotel, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental. Aside from exhibits of machinery and equipment, there will be a techno forum ...

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Oro to support Autism Week events

By LITO RULONA Correspondent .  The City Council’s Committee on Ways and Means has recommended to City Mayor Oscar Moreno to support all activities and programs of the during the celebration of Autism Consciousness Week every third week of January. During the 18th City Council regular session on Monday, Committee ...

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Aglipay clergy slams latest red-tagging

By Nitz Arancon Correspondent .  Iglesia Filipina Independiente has condemned the latest attempts at tagging its bishops and priests as members of the New People’s Army and the maliciously labeling them terrorists. Now, the red-tagging is closer to home as the vandals spray painted the walls of their church in ...

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Dads endorses XU’s research on dengue

The City Council has adopted a resolution endorsing the research project of Xavier University, through its Kinaadman University Research Office (Kuro) entitled: “Influence of Habitat and Climate Variables on Dengue Vectors in Cagayan de Oro City.” The research, which is funded by the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council for ...

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