Caravan for life during Lang-ay 2017

BONTOC, Mountain Province– Among the highlights of the celebration of the 50th Mountain Province founding anniversary and the 13th Lang-ay Festival is the Kataguan Caravan for a Cause (“Drive for Life”) which will be held for the third time this year on April 6, 2017 to raise funds for dialysis patients in this province. The Kataguan Dialysis Patients Organization, Inc. […]

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Institutionalization of IP Day in Baguio pushed

BAGUIO CITY – The local legislature passed on second reading a proposed ordinance institutionalizing the celebration of the August 9 International Day of the world’s indigenous peoples (IP) in Baguio and making it an annual activity of the city government. Authored by councilor Arthur Allad-iw, the measure aims to strengthen the cooperation, learning and interaction of the city’s IP and […]

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Garbage, sewerage fees in Baguio out dated

BAGUIO CITY March 22 – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan admitted the city’s existing sewerage and garbage fees are already out dated and not sufficient to sustain existing initiatives to address the garbage disposal problem of the local government, particularly the hauling of its residual waste to the sanitary landfill in Capas, Tarlac. The local chief executive pointed out the combined […]

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Trump policy to affect city’s PEZA share

BAGUIO CITY March 21 – The strict implementation of the American First policy of United States President Donald Trump could result in the further decline of the city’s share from the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) because of the expected retrenchment in American companies hiring Filipino workers operating in the economic zones, Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said here recently. The […]

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Summer in Baguio activities

BAGUIO CITY – “Summer Vacation (SUMVAC) in Baguio,” the city’s flagship summer offering unravels here starting this month with various treats for both the tourists and residents. Religious activities marking the Lenten season ushered in the calendar of events and more will be held over the three-month spread as mounted by ecumenical and inter-faith groups in the city. Mayor Mauricio […]

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Mangaoang vows support for cooperatives

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Congressman Allen Jesse Mangaoang committed to work for deletion of the section of House Bill 231 (An act revising the Corporate Code of the Philippines) which strikes out the tax exemption privileges of cooperatives contained in RA 9520. He said that while he is not a member of the House Committee on Cooperatives, he could join […]

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