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Total Headlines for October 2006: (1684)

2006/10/31

  1. Tabango town allocates P1.3 million to develop tourism destinations
  2. LTO 8 bares venues of Oplan Kaluluwa
  3. DPWH asks reports on structural integrity of buildings
  4. CdeO names Canitoan "Most Child Friendly Barangay 2006"
  5. Oro police readies for ‘Oplan Kaluluwa’
  6. CdeO emerging as Cooperatives Capital of the Philippines
  7. Gov't awards P7.337M in welfare benefits to PNP members in NM
  8. TESDA launches CdO Career Caravan
  9. Trade missions put CDO in world map, says OroChamber
  10. Commentary: Graft, smuggling bottlenecks to a growing economy
  11. Commentary: "Paeng" proved gov't preparedness, quick response
  12. Region 8 legislators train on comprehensive traffic code formulation
  13. Committee tackles guidelines for Galing RDC award
  14. 60% of OFWs wish to remain in Tengiz
  15. SOS evacuees can now return home
  16. Commentary: SOS a precedent for IOPC
  17. USLS tops 15th statistical quiz
  18. Commentary: PGMA’s visit opens more China-RP economic ties
  19. Cabucgayan town receives hall-of-fame award
  20. Commentary: Coastal cleanup boosst healthy environment
  21. P4-B transaxial hi-way to connect entire Cebu province
  22. CICC will be usable by Nov. 15, assures VG Sanchez
  23. Peso posts lowest value in September 2006 in Biliran
  24. Capiz media cited for part in regional tourism event
  25. Capiz SMEs form alliance
  26. Capiz prepares for Sinadya sa Halaran ’06
  27. Roxas children get new advocates
  28. Capiz observes Cooperatives Month
  29. Seafood capital’s shellfish declared safe from Red Tide
  30. Capiz project underscores engineering capabilities
  31. Siquijor religious groups mount protests
  32. DOLE urges reactivation of children’s councils in Siquijor
  33. DOST conducts one-on-one package label designing
  34. NSO, PSA invite college freshmen to join 15th PSQ
  35. Consumer desks increase in Region 12
  36. Koronadal Holy Child CIT studes win statistics quiz
  37. Commentary: Gov't determined to make economy take off by 2010
  38. NIT to receive add'l fund from prov'l gov't
  39. Child representative to sit in RDC 8
  40. Commentary: Ploy to divide and destroy will not work with Pinoys
  41. Phivolcs downgrades alert level on Mayon Volcano; quakes jolt Masbate
  42. Army, police personnel undergo workshop in newswriting, broadcasting
  43. CIIF cocofarm rehab program covers 3 Bicol provinces hit hardest by "Milenyo"
  44. Commentary: Newborn screening as part of national plan for infants
  45. DOTC-LTO implement Oplan Kaluluwa under Oplan Kalakbay 2006
  46. Malacañang supports any mode of Chacha
  47. PGMA cites importance of peace, security cooperation in ASEAN region
  48. Palace backs Senate probe on JPEPA
  49. Wind energy farm project eyed in Ilocos Sur
  50. Army official cites EO 546 as effective tool to fight insurgency
  51. Six establishments in Dipolog cited for good trade practice
  52. NSO steps up birth registration
  53. LTO 8 spearheads regional council for road safety
  54. APO GenSan cleans up Dadiangas East Elementary School
  55. APO General Santos donates wall clock, garbage drums to city terminal
  56. Dagupan reroutes traffic for All Saints’ Day
  57. GenSan celebrates e-Business Week to draw business sectors
  58. GenSan bats for continuing education for consumers on Consumers Month
  59. Gensan displays advantages in e-business
  60. Muay thai highlights HTC criminology day
  61. GenSan youth sing about city governance
  62. GenSan supports establishment of Buscano High School
  63. Gensan signifies intent for MRDP-APL2
  64. GenSan SP approves medical services to Sarangans
  65. Commentary: Courts to advocate liberty and prosperity
  66. Entrepreneurs invited to PUM business conference
  67. GenSan SP approves 20 projects
  68. GenSan asks Malacañang for representation in GRP panel
  69. GenSan grants financial aid to Comdev, Strambi
  70. Feature: Buried school still shines in NAT
  71. San Isidro school receives new building, water system, computers
  72. Commentary: Environmentalists' concern on JPEPA baseless, says Palace
  73. Feature: After Timpas-Malapad Cogon, 20-km roads up for works
  74. NEDA notes increased optimism in RP economy
  75. Reintegration program eyed for OFWs
  76. All Saints Day: A centuries-old tradition lives on
  77. PGMA’s China visit yields strong bilateral ties
  78. Tacloban City pilots "toybrary" for children at Barangay Taguictic
  79. Tacloban City jail commotion kills 1 inmate
  80. DPWH announces temporary closure of national road portion in Eastern Samar
  81. Borongan water district looks to the President or typhoon to save water source
  82. Half of married Eastern Visayas women practice family planning
  83. PSWDO bares group interested in female child warrior
  84. Sogod day care workers, Maasin City CSWO culminate children’s month anew
  85. Biliran senior citizens convene on Elderly Week
  86. Komentaryo: Election fever, nagsisimula na
  87. Feature: Road for peace and dev't at Langcong-Sarmiento Abubakar complex
  88. Learn to love our own differences, says Davao dad
  89. Gov’t lauds S&T mobile laboratory
  90. Mati boasts market compost center
  91. Politicians suspected behind illegal logging in Davao Oriental
  92. ARMM chambers decide to chart their own destiny
  93. Business leaders chart course of Mindanao, eye something big
  94. Mayor Duterte asks for discipline during observance of All Souls Day
2006/10/30
  1. Constituent assembly pushed in House
  2. Stocks up for 8th straight day, led by PLDT
  3. RP's 9-month corporate income tax collection up 29%
  4. LPG dealers impose P0.50-reduction in prices
  5. PNP chief to check bus terminals for All Saints’ Day
  6. DFA: 200 OFWs in Kazakhstan want to go home
  7. Japan won’t export toxic waste to RP, says embassy
  8. Palace calls truce on Cabinet row over people’s initiative
  9. Arroyo ‘willing to grant’ MILF demands - Bunye
  10. PGMA bares defining issues facing Asean leaders in Cebu City Summit
  11. China pledges more investments in RP
  12. PGMA assures NoKor issue will be discussed in ASEAN-China Summit
  13. 10 dead, 27 injured in floods, landslides triggered by 'Paeng'
  14. Antique celebrates "Hinugyaw Kabataan" festival
  15. DILG declares most outstanding Sangguniang Bayan 2006 regional awardees
  16. NEDA 8 bares infrastructure expansion in second quarter of 2006
  17. Antique backs PGMA stress on quality education
  18. PGMA releases P200-M standby fund for Paeng’s ‘wrath’
  19. Jiangxi, China donates P8M to upgrade Bohol hospital facilities
  20. SMEs in Region 8 increase by 15.7%
  21. Komentaryo: Kapayapaan at kaunlaran pakay ng Pangulo sa China
  22. DTI bans extra charges on credit card sales
  23. DOTC leads joint monitoring of emission testing centers
  24. Biliran NSO to unveil family planning survey results
  25. Daza chairs Northern Samar AIDS Council
  26. BSP now accepts girl scouts, admits Leyte chief scout
  27. 16 cases of abuse vs children recorded in Mt Province
  28. DOLE grants assistance to two organizations in Mt Province
  29. BIR Bontoc exceeds collection goal
  30. Model OFW family from MP to represent CAR in national competition
  31. Aguinaldo receives award for supporting "Doctors to the Barrios"
  32. Region 8 contributes 2.2% of total number of OFWs
  33. Gov. "Migs" delivers "State of My Children Address"
  34. November is filariasis awareness month
  35. Sarangani marks children's month
  36. Commentary: 'Tis SOP for PNP's full alert on All Saints, All Souls Days
  37. Typhoon Paeng forces suspension of all classes in Ilocos Sur
  38. 3 killed, 1 rescued in Ilocos Sur drowning incident
  39. Ifugao prepares 2007 AIP
  40. DTI Ifugao promotes OTOP in garage sale
  41. Ifugao recieves crown maintenance plaque
  42. New Kalinga high school soon to open
  43. Feature: Abra PNP Director leaves with chin up and gratitude
  44. Abra Little Stars perform in Manila
  45. 2 Kalinga colleges opt for ladderized education
  46. Tabuk intensifies collection on tax deficiencies
  47. Kalinga assures stock of anti-rabies vaccine
  48. Joint civac held in neglected sitio
  49. Dep-Ed, Army conduct literacy class for Kalinga rural folks
  50. Kalinga villagers train on goat raising
  51. Stricter implementation of projects seen
  52. Community participation helps curb criminality, says PNP
  53. PGMA-TWSP launched in Kalinga
  54. Cordillera all set for Oplan Kaluluwa
  55. Mt. Ugo bags Best Nature and Tourism Award
  56. Commentary: PGMA’s trip to China will benefit the nation
  57. FIDA assures farmers abaca disease-free planting materials
  58. Bunchy top virus in Southern Leyte scales down abaca production
  59. Region 8 airline passenger volume up 11.1% in second quarter of 2006
  60. Nueva Vizcaya provincial board suspends Lakas-CMD mayor
  61. Cagayan women’s club receives fund from DOLE
  62. Nueva Vizcaya tops regional trade fair sales
  63. NVizcaya DPWH forms task force on billboards ban
  64. Don’t use road right-of-way, DPWH warns public
  65. DPWH, PNP act to prevent palay drying along roads
2006/10/29
  1. Palo East bypass road to be built in 2007
  2. P10-M for Bernard Reed bridge retrofitting released
  3. SEA–K program invests P76 million in Region I
  4. OWWA to cite heroism of partners in Lebanon crisis
  5. DND official says IAC coordination on ASEAN Summit needs improvement
  6. Cebu governor delighted over augmentation forces
  7. Capiz showcases unique culture at regional tourism assembly
  8. Shellfish ban still up along Irong-Irong bay in Catbalogan, Tarangnan town
  9. DPWH activates Lakbay Alalay program for All Saints Day
  10. First diocesan "Festival of Mothers" held
  11. Commentary: Decisions, opinions ...
  12. Commentary: Consumers rights come with corresponding responsibilities
2006/10/28
  1. Red tide alert, shellfish ban up in 7 provinces
  2. China’s biggest power distributor to bid for Transco - Bunye
  3. Gov't prepared for typhoon ‘Paeng,’ says Bunye
  4. A fifth of foreign tourist arrivals come from US, says DOT
  5. PGMA lays wreath at Rizal Shrine in Jinjiang
  6. World leaders to converge in Cebu for 12th Asean Leaders' Summit
  7. PGMA meets with Filipino community in Xiamen
  8. RP's vast resources make it vital partner in 'Golden Triangle' growth area – Chua
  9. Gov't prepared for typhoon ‘Paeng,’ says Bunye
  10. Commentary: Anahawan district hospital chief deserves R08-20to be commended
  11. Commentary: Rotary book donations a big help to St. Bernard schools
  12. Look for PS, ICC mark in what you buy, DTI counsels consumers
  13. Nine business firms in Leyte, two in Biliran given certification and quality seal by DTI
  14. National children’s conference set in Danao City today
  15. Army claims communist group was weakened in Ilocos region
  16. Military operations to continue in Ilocos during All Saints Day
  17. Commentary: The pressure on SC was not from the administration, after all
  18. PCHRD consults with research producers and users in Region 8
  19. District hospital gets medical supplies, equipment
  20. Biliran farmers avail of fertilizer assistance
  21. Medical experts from Manila lead medical mission in Biliran
  22. SCUUA empowers a woman like Miss SCUAA 2006
  23. General flood advisory issued for Central, Western Visayas
  24. Perennial road problems in Region 8 soon to be things of the past
  25. 17 festival entries perform at Parade of Festivals
  26. Komentaryo: Nanatiling malakas ang piso
  27. SEA-K Tindahan launched in Santo Tomas
  28. Davao bares readiness for coming NYD 2006
  29. National Youth Day countdown: Big Day fever coming!
  30. PCCI says no to toxic waste dumping
  31. LGUs' corporate powers still untapped - MEDCO
  32. Davao Norte eyes more civilian auxies
  33. RP achieves economic growth for 22 consecutive quarters, say experts
  34. Mindanao Heart Center goes digital
2006/10/27
  1. Alay Lakad Naval chapter provides skills trainings to OSYs
  2. Commentary: 803rd Brigade as Northern Samar’s unrelenting peacekeepers
  3. PhilHealth Catarman Service Center tops in regional collection target
  4. Sec. Cabral orders strengthening of DSWD’s research capability
  5. Banana chips seen as ideal snacks for school children
  6. BIR offers one-time administrative abatement
  7. NPA rebel surrenders in Ilocos Sur
  8. Sibulan’s spicy cardisoma wins Lutong Garbo
  9. New road brings hope to remote barangay
  10. President Arroyo’s Departure Statement:
  11. After "Vagina Monologues": New Voice Company premieres Eve Ensler’s "The Good Body"
  12. Photo release: Iloilo holds Parade of Festivals
  13. Dumaguete holds sportsfest for special children
  14. Congressman Cerilles to help social workers
  15. LGU execs visit SPPC
  16. Fuente Osmeña rotunda to transform into picnic park for ASEAN spouses
  17. SOLCOM to provide security assistance to GLOBE Telecom
  18. Bohol pilots Napolcom’s "schools as peace zones" program
  19. Zamboanga to host regional congress, awarding of most child-friendly city and municipality
  20. Commentary: Palace asserts RP press is among world’s freest
  21. Commentary: Supreme Court upholds "majesty of the law"
  22. Caraga local execs forge support to peace program
  23. Sec. Dureza visits 2nd Magsaysay Bridge
  24. Mindanao Super Region Forum set
  25. Symposium vs. poverty highlights celebration of local governance month in Butuan
  26. Butuan Global Forum to inaugurate business center
  27. Butuan joins United Nations "Stand Up" campaign
  28. Philippine Army to hire medical doctors
  29. Army opens recruitment for officer positions
  30. Surigao Sur to establish provincial fish health diagnostic laboratory
  31. Feature: Pinoy MD - a PCSO-DOH medical scholarship program
  32. Cebu education officials to meet US Embassy official today
  33. DENR implements laws to fight persistent organic pollutants
  34. Gov. Lerias exhorts Guinsaugon scholars to do well in gratitude to benefactors
  35. RC San Juanico delivers Dharma Drum scholarship fund to Guinsaugon scholars
  36. Local officials respect unfavorable ruling on people's initiative
  37. OSYs undergo livelihood skills training to augment income
  38. LNU lass grabs Miss SCUAA 2006 title
  39. PIT leads in medal standings on fourth day of SCUAA 2006
  40. GSP Southern Leyte council conducts senior scouters’ encampment
  41. Commissioner Morales warns anew vs smugglers of fake goods
  42. 80 Negros Oriental kids join Child and Youth Convention
  43. New devinfo software boosts knowledge center
  44. Komentaryo: Overtime ang ginagawa ng pamahalaan para sa ekonomiya
  45. Mayor Estela in full support of Boy Scouts of Sto. Tomas
  46. Davao provinces top “priority area list”
  47. Church seeks PGMA’s action on massive logging
  48. Floods in Davao Norte caused P17 M damage to agri and P23 M to infra
  49. Mindanao Key Chambers denies signing manifesto of support to PCCI
  50. Equal protection of laws seen as key to successful land reform justice
  51. Investors ready to invest but need facilities - PCCI
  52. Delay in Charter change decision to put on hold investments, says PCCI
  53. Southern Mindanao irrigation system serves 30,000 farmers – DA
  54. Our soldiers can’t compromise security due to politics – Rep. Garcia
2006/10/26
  1. Sigaw says high court not a 'trier of facts'
  2. Easing of IPR law to cut medicine prices
  3. BSP to prepay next month $215M debt due in 2007-2008
  4. Arroyo acts to curb credit card fraud
  5. Palace to review JPEPA on toxic wastes
  6. Court martial recommended for officers in failed coup
  7. CA allows oath-taking of over 15,000 nursing board passers
  8. Arroyo confident of balanced budget by 2008
  9. RP economy strong, resilient enough to buck expected slowdown of global economy in '07
  10. New salary hike mulled for gov't workers
  11. Arroyo: Endorsements for ’07 polls can wait
  12. PGMA on SC decision on People's Initiative: "We bow to the rule of democracy"
  13. Arroyo off to strengthen ties with China
  14. Biogas tech demo farm set up in Balubal
  15. 4 Oro barangays to benefit from CDA assistance
  16. NEDA-10 head welcomes UN-ADB citation of RP as MDG ‘early achiever’
  17. St. Mary’s School student bags essay-writing top spot
  18. PNP official cites unifying role of free press in a democratic society
  19. GSIS unveils ‘government office-in-a-kiosk’ in Camiguin
  20. Be entrepreneurs, DTI exhorts Capiceños
  21. Judge asserts: Children should not be jailed per RA 9344
  22. OWWA unveils scholarship program for OFW dependents
  23. Support for Government Compensation and Classification Act sought
  24. SCTEx construction nears halfway mark
  25. "Bata Muna" project launched in San Fernando
  26. PHS student writes winning essay on youth empowerment
  27. Experts urge coco coir producers to comply with product standards
  28. SCUAA meet 2006 to end tomorrow
  29. Maria RHU gets Sentrong Sigla Phase 2 certification
  30. National invention contest set
  31. NSO, PSA invite college freshmen to join 15th PSQ
  32. DOST's SETUP boosts Siquijor SMEs
  33. Larena town reiterates support to barangay women's livelihood projects
  34. DOLE urges reactivation of local councils in Siquijor province
  35. DA Secretary Yap donates 8 decorticating machines to Region 8 coco coir producers
  36. Boracay Island asserts position as major revenue earner for Aklan
  37. Vigan receives most child-friendly award in Region I
  38. DOH issues tips on keeping food, water clean
  39. CDA chief claims prospects of cooperativism in Samar promising
  40. DAR accepts Pagnas plateau applicants for land titling
  41. 600 Samar barangay folks get early Christmas presents from Gov. Tan
  42. Cebu guv expected SC decision vs people’s initiative
  43. Commentary: Cha-cha drive still alive
  44. DILG chief lauds PNP housing program
  45. Palace won’t allow entry of Japan’s toxic wastes
  46. PGMA bows to democracy, rule of law
  47. Roxas bats for Senate probe on RP-Japan economic deal
  48. Dagupan LPG refill stations closely watched
  49. DepEd chief bares program to integrate ICT in basic education
  50. P500M GMA fund released for ARMM projects
  51. Gov. Piñol to lead North Cotabato planholders in filing claims vs CAP
  52. New university in the offing in Urdaneta City
  53. Aklan peaceful, but Army, PNP not letting guard down
  54. Governor Singson wants 2007 polls to push through
  55. Commentary: There is reason to be upbeat about the economy
  56. Sanitary landfill stirs Bayambang
  57. Feature: SFLU executive, clean air warrior
  58. DILG enlists barangays in fighting terrorism
  59. PWDs push House Bill 1214 giving more benefits to disabled
  60. BJMP 12 celebrates 12th NCCW
  61. LGU-run hospitals accredited for newborn screening
  62. Marines, Army to arrive in Cebu on Saturday
  63. Cagayan town mayor praises PGMA for OTOP fund
  64. Cagayan Valley food processors get more than P2 million assistance from DOST
  65. DOST gives P3.8 million worth of equipment, facilities to Quirino furniture makers
  66. NVizcaya police uproot marijuana plants
  67. Cagayan telephone exec vows to replace lost wires
  68. Cagayan Valley labor sector wants Charter change too
  69. BIR Isabela increases tax collection
  70. Cagayan strengthens anti-insurgency, criminality drive
  71. LTFRB Cagayan Valley to computerize transactions
  72. PGMA’s OTOP project boosts production of high-grade salt in Cagayan’s coastal town
  73. Gov't agricultural productivity programs enable fish farmers to earn more income
  74. Commentary: Quality education, a tool in the fight vs poverty
  75. Region 8 special degree program for information practitioners starts this trimester
  76. 2,854 hopefuls take civil service exams in Region 8
  77. TESDA chief leads career caravan in Tacloban
  78. Komentaryo: Take-off ng ekonomiya
  79. e-Biz Week highlights BPO as shining industry for GenSan
  80. Davao Norte drug dependents get free admission to rehab center
  81. Barangays urged to fight terrorism
  82. USEP-BEAM scholarship guidelines bared
  83. Catholic media bent for effective communication
  84. 86 educators off for Australia study tour
  85. Mindanao LGUs share best practices
2006/10/25
  1. Asia-Pacific AV archivists celebrate 10th anniversary
  2. Task Force Usig says even party-list solons concede CPP-NPA purge in 80s
  3. British power firm to expand RP operations
  4. Shares close higher for 5th day ahead of Q3 results
  5. 6 ‘coup plotters’ transferred to Cavite naval base Wednesday
  6. Bomb components found in Iloilo City mall
  7. Surrender fake coins or else - PNP
  8. ERC answer to price-fixing: Tight controls
  9. CA asked to hold dialogue over nursing controversy
  10. Palace orders purge of ‘ghost employees’
  11. PGMA stresses importance of quality education in fight vs poverty
  12. DTI allays fears of "toxic" dumping
  13. RP stops deployment of workers to Kazakhstan
  14. Palace: Cha-cha drive unwaning despite SC rule
  15. SC junks petition for people’s initiative
  16. Barangays establish registry of inhabitants
  17. Bohol DTI pilots BOI devolved functions
  18. Government eases BMBE certificate requirements
  19. Children’s Month celebration highlights intensified campaign for healthy babies
  20. Four Oro city scholars complete 1st term as dean’s listers
  21. RPOC-10 recommends NorMin native to PNP-10 post
  22. NorMin set to meet MDG commitments by 2015
  23. Analysis: EO 546 empowers local chiefs, PNP in fight vs terrorism
  24. Malitbog town, Malaybalay City declared most child-friendly Normin LGUs
  25. PRC to swear in new mentors on Nov 12
  26. Pag-Ibig launches "Magaang Pabahay, Disenteng Buhay"
  27. Maruhom says CARP land distribution in NorMin now 90.45% complete
  28. Malacañang respects SC decision on PI
  29. DBP kicks off "Ready, Set, Roro!" interisland race
  30. Christmas 'parols' to brighten major routes of Asean Summit venues
  31. Tech talks set on e-Business Week
  32. ICT exhibit highlights 3rd e-Biz Week in GenSan
  33. e-Competition to showcase creative e-Concepts
  34. e-JoB Fair offers respite to GenSan jobseekers
  35. Feature: After decades, light conquers darkness in Mindanao Muslim village
  36. Feature: Hope for T’boli natives in South Cotabato
  37. Commentary: LGU "arms-to-farms" program bearing fruit in Sulu
  38. Mt Bulusan spews ash anew
  39. Text messaging foils sex culprit in Masbate
  40. 13 Bicol delegates join youth parliament
  41. PNRC's Gordon, US ambassador lead relief operations in Sorsogon
  42. Strong peso, lower interest give RP P17.2 billion savings
  43. College Press Conference ‘O7 set in Iloilo
  44. 4th Korean language test slated in Cebu
  45. PIA conducts search for best perfroming school paper advisers
  46. P29-B eyed for upgrade to Western Visayas infrastructures - Sec. Durano
  47. Private school administrators appeal to Sec. Lapus in dialogue
  48. DepEd chief encourages technical, vocational skills dev't among students
  49. Agri facilities, inputs extended to vegetable farmers in Agusan Sur
  50. Esperanza gets support to techno demo farm
  51. 28 indigent Agusanons benefit from free eye operation
  52. PNP assures absence of terror threats in Agusan Sur
  53. Surigao Sur allots P1.8-M for Bislig fire victims
  54. Butuan, Surigao to represent Caraga in search for child-friendly cities
  55. Surigao Sur Red Cross distributes food to fire victims
  56. Tandag organizes LPG task force
  57. Agusan Sur reports hike in investments
  58. Binay rival to show proof of 'ghost employees'
  59. SC deliberates on Charter change petition
  60. Gov't to open NAIA-3 by 1st quarter - 2007
  61. Pres. Arroyo intensifies anti-kidnapping drive
  62. PGMA cites Sulu's 'Arms for Farms' program
  63. PGMA elated over stock market's 9-year high
  64. Zambales comes up with new mango variety
  65. Zambales protects fish sanctuaries
  66. NVizcaya cops score on copper wire thieves
  67. NVizcaya police steps up internal security operation vs terrorism
  68. NVizcaya police gears for All Saints’, Souls’ Day security
  69. 19 vehicles allotted for Cagayan Valley police
  70. Leyte military captures 3rd ranking Amazon, another NPA member
  71. SCUAA 2006 organizers bare game results
2006/10/24
  1. CCP-NPA purgings persist, says military
  2. Leyte Gulf Landings Pintados School band competition draws crowd from all over Region 8
  3. 15 menus compete for "Lutong Garbo sa Oriental Negros"
  4. Maasin City cited for quality sustainable nutrition program
  5. Youth willing to chacha, but maybe later - NYC
  6. NYP seen to advance youth sector issues better
  7. Commentary: Recovered ill-gotten wealth being used wisely to improve lives of the poor
  8. Maasin City, Allen town win Region 8's child-friendly awards
  9. Commentary: Region 8 remembers MV Dona Marilyn mishap today
  10. Capiz cops get "PIE" every week
  11. Commentary: The MDGs as tools for nation-building
  12. Cebu Muslims to mark Ramadan with feast
  13. Former Immigration commissioner sentenced to 18 years
  14. Military captures suspected Albay NPA leader
  15. 6,000 cops in Metro Manila on Nov. 1, 2 - NCRPO chief
  16. Source of rumored bombing of metro mall known - police
  17. ‘Aberrations’ in nursing examinees’ grades - labor chief
  18. Arroyo wants newborn screening in program for babies
  19. PGMA to manufacturers: Adhere to green production principles or be left out
  20. Philippines to post lower 2006 budget deficit - Cruz
  21. Stock market closes at 9-year high
  22. Palace: We never pressured SC on Cha-cha issue
  23. Palace: ‘2007 elections will push through’
  24. LTO 8 spearheads road safety and environment-friendly transport system
  25. Leyte anchors cooperative month culminating activity
  26. Hawaii’s Aloha medical mission returns to Southern Leyte
  27. Guinsaugon scholars receive P.9-M second semester stipend
  28. Komentaryo: Mapayapa ang siyudad ng Davao
  29. NYD help desk gets preparedness training
  30. Feature: A talk with NYD delegates
  31. Keep smiling, keep shining (it's National Youth Day)
  32. Better living, indicator of LGU progress
  33. LGUs must take lead in insurgency drive, says DavNor gov
  34. Jobs fair aims to debunk work-shortage woes
  35. DBM assures prompt release of IRA
  36. Ramadan ends today as PGMA declares a holiday
  37. DPWH, advertisers join hands in dismantling billboards.
2006/10/23
  1. Smooth conduct of career service exams in Northern Samar observed
  2. Commentary: Respect the Supreme Court’s integrity and independence
  3. Solon fetes teachers of top performing schools
  4. Army commander supports probe on extra-judicial killings
  5. Antique cops told to intensify drives vs criminality, insurgency, terrorism
  6. ULOT watershed ecotourism loop promises to be a tourist destination
  7. LBP releases P106 million for development projects
  8. Region 8 police ready for All Saints Day activities
  9. DOST introduces plyboo project in Southern Leyte
  10. NIT prexy, LCEs welcome delegates to the SCUAA 2006
  11. Commentary: Computerized polls, at last
  12. Commentary: BPOCs as “force multipliers” in our nationwide struggle against terrorism
  13. DDG Omoso briefs Dipolog staff on new PIA structure
  14. 400 PNP 8 personnel to assist in ASEAN Summit in Cebu
  15. South Cotabato gets P3-M medical equipment
  16. 4th Korean Language Test set on Oct. 29
  17. November is Mass Drug Administration month
  18. BFAR Caraga commemorates Fish Conservation Week
  19. CSWD-Butuan shows concern to street children
  20. Butuan barangays conduct ecological solid waste management workshop seminar
  21. Butaun farmers join vegetable demonstration farm, Agri-Lakad sa Gulayan
  22. Butuan celebrates Senior Citizens Week
  23. Surigao Sur to establish watershed development and management program
  24. DTI spearheads Consumer Welfare Month celebration in Caraga
  25. Butuan RCWC to conduct workshop on "State of the Children" report
  26. DOH-XIII to launch disease-free zone in Caraga
  27. ARMM Gov switches on electricity for 180 barangays
  28. Cotabato businessmen vow compliance with sales promotion law
  29. DAR, ADB repair Sarangani farm-to-market roads
  30. Sarangani scouts plant 2.5k trees
  31. UN, Gawad Galing Pook cite Maitum for antipoverty innovations
  32. Commentary: Despite TRO on Binay’s suspension, let’s wait, truth will prevail
  33. Arroyo lauds people's resilience amidst tax, fiscal reforms
  34. Commentary: Critical Information
  35. Pag-Ibig offers reprieve to delinquent employers
  36. ANAD gears up for 2007 polls
  37. President to hold bilateral meeting with visiting Thai Prime Minister in Malacañang today
  38. Baguio expert warns families of criminal liability for letting loose members with mental disability
  39. Baguio commends national artist Bencab
  40. BFP Baguio to launch kiddie, junior fire marshals
  41. 108 Kalinga students receive summer job pay
  42. Kalinga Consumernet finds no case of profiteering
  43. Compost fertilizer training output now tested in Kalinga
  44. Tabuk to issue closure order on illegal businesses
  45. Army, Salegseg tribe agree to seek justice in court
  46. Mt Province barangay organizations to benefit from livelihood projects
  47. TESDA conducts pre-training assessment in Bontoc
  48. Military seizes 72 marijuana bricks in Kalinga
  49. AFP to clear areas from terror threats
  50. Agriculture tops development agenda for Tabuk
  51. San Quintin mayor commits funds for KALAHI-CIDSS
  52. Ifugao joins stand-up vs poverty
  53. Asipulo is KALAHI CIDDS best performing municipality
  54. Bauko to receive first CADT in Mt Province
  55. Ifugao youth participate in National Youth Parliament
  56. Ifugao ensures good health for pre-schoolers
  57. Kalinga TOPCOPs train on Mabuhay Hosting
  58. NVizcaya town goes on computerized transactions
  59. NVizcaya mayor says anti-terror bill, a pill for peaceful communities
  60. SITMO turns over P1.2M micro hydro project to MAGSECO
  61. LGU Kalinga paves way to accessible ICT services
  62. "Let’s cha-cha," opposition mayor tells critics
  63. NVizcaya PHO, PDEA uncover violations of drug testing centers
  64. Benguet pushes for test of water refilling stations
  65. SOFAD tackles adulterated chicken dung
  66. Bunye cites PAPI for helping local gov'ts promote their economic potentials
  67. PGMA China trip to forge stronger ties with a world economic power – Palace
  68. Workers get pay on Muslim holiday
  69. Barangays tapped to fight terrorism
  70. DSWD 8 assures wellbeing of captured and surrendered NPA child-combatants
  71. Leyte town wins UNDP special citation for "Galing Pook"
  72. Region 8 mayors attend LMP summits on sustainable upland dev't, hunger and population
2006/10/22
  1. Bombing raps vs MILF to be dropped, says Kabalu
  2. Recruiters oppose raising wages of ‘supermaids’
  3. 227 Mindanao villages get electricity for first time
  4. Oct. 31 and Nov. 2 are regular working days – Palace
  5. Commentary: Globally competitive business sector, answer to PGMA’s focus to attain economic growth
  6. Asean Business Summit in Cebu launched
  7. Other LGUs urged to follow Tanauan model of business-friendly environment
  8. 2006 most business-friendly municipality willing to share experience with other LGUs
  9. PGMA presents awards to 2006 most business-friendly LGUs
  10. Central Philippines governors help promote the super-region
2006/10/21
  1. Cebu-based hospital inks partnership with US-based hospital for jobs
  2. Biliran's NIT hosts SCUAA 2006
  3. It’s 75-25 in favor of people’s initiative, says Mayors’ League president
  4. Governors, mayors forge deal for joint promotion of tourism in Central Philippines
  5. PIDS bares challenges to BPO industry
  6. PNP calls Karapatan claim of another "activist" killing in San Pablo City another propaganda lie
  7. Military adds more troops in fight vs NPA
  8. 3 more battalions to join hunt for Sulu militants
  9. Philippines, Bahrain negotiate export of health workers
  10. RP outsourcing industry working on 5-year roadmap
  11. Gov't saves P17.2B in interest payments in 9 mos.
  12. Shares close higher; key index above 2,600
  13. PNP chief orders review of police operations
  14. 4 kidnapped Filipinos in Sulu released unharmed
  15. SSS hikes benefits for pensioners
  16. ‘It’s hardly over,’ says Palace exec on Binay reprieve
  17. President cites need for Charter change to build a modern Philippines
  18. NAST to confer outstanding S&T communicator award
  19. Sto. Tomas supports international poverty alleviation campaign
  20. Sto. Tomas harvests "Palengke" awards
  21. Feature: Santo Tomas waste management a paradigm for other LGUs
  22. Mindanao investments up 23%
  23. Promote best practices in agriculture, manufacturing – expert
  24. More intervention needed for GDP growth
2006/10/20
  1. Weak El Niño now developing - PAGASA
  2. Bombings by communist terrorists constitute human rights violation to the fullest - PNP
  3. PMMA to hold info dissemination in Negros Oriental
  4. NFA employees cited for more than 20 years of service
  5. PGMA cites Bohol experience vs NPA to Samareños
  6. Feature: The Bohol advantage
  7. Feature: Humabol at 12 - running after dream of economic liberation
  8. Budget amendment for food security proposed
  9. BIR asks LGUs' help in raising local revenues
  10. DTI bares 24 new realtors, 2007 test set for Nov. 26
  11. Biliranons cite NSO for great service
  12. Gov. Garcia confirms CPPO use of Sudlon lot
  13. NSOs tapped to officiate in selected SCUAA games
  14. 62nd Leyte Gulf landings celebrants desire peace
  15. 212,974 tourists visit CdeO in 8 months' time
  16. DOH-CHD-10 to reactivate inter-agency committee on environment & health
  17. Misorla to host librarians’ meet
  18. NorMin Prodnet advocates for drug-free workplaces to increase productivity
  19. XU-Ateneo de Cagayan maintains COE status in education, sociology
  20. Cagayan de Oro stude wins draw and tell contest
  21. People’s cooperation necessary to counter terrorist plans
  22. Iligan to host one-stop passport shop
  23. RP sees big cut in poverty by 2015
  24. NSO to hold 15th statistical quiz
  25. More school kids avail of UNICEF school supplies
  26. Airport security measures remain on high red alert
  27. Potentials of SMEs cited
  28. War veterans gather at MacArthur Memorial Park
  29. Australian defense attache "returns" to Leyte
  30. Gov urges business to enforce consumer laws
  31. Tacloban wraps up 17th National Statistics Month observance
  32. Leyte veterans cherish Leyte Gulf landings
  33. Calabarzon observes Children’s Month with "Bright Child"
  34. "Horse" brand cement barred in SOCCSKSARGEN Region
  35. Leyte entrepreneurs avail of DOST SET-UP program
  36. e-BIZ week highlights BPO as shining industry for GenSan
  37. Kidapawan City fruit growers poised to go processing
  38. Philippine Army urgent needs medical doctors
  39. Iloilo City to host 1st Bangus Congress in Western Visayas
  40. Legislators commend DSWD for good performance
  41. Army recruits applicants for Candidate Officer
  42. Lambayong farmers set tour to Bukidnon
  43. Dengue situation in Region 12 still below alert level
  44. La Union Grade 6 pupil wins "Best Poster for Luzon" award in National World Food Day
  45. CSC career service written examinations set on Sunday
  46. DOST SETUP boosts Siquijor SMEs
  47. Maria RHU is Sentrong Sigla phase 2 certified
  48. Commentary: People’s cooperation bolsters economic agenda
  49. BJMP holds shooting competition in Davao City
  50. ARMM governor Ampatuan leads "Lailatul Qadar"
  51. CA holds Binay suspension
  52. PAL rolls out first of 20 new Airbus jets
  53. Competition boosts Samar surfing paradise
  54. Total log ban imposed in Lanao Norte
  55. UN breaks record in anti-poverty drive; 2.3M Filipinos join
  56. DoJ panel formed to probe complaint vs review centers
  57. Bunye: Malacanang respects independence of Supreme Court
  58. Possible bomb component found in Iloilo port
  59. Army negotiates to free Jolo kidnap victims
  60. PNP calms fears of bomb threats in malls
  61. Palace justifies Cabinet revamp
  62. Gov’t eyes GDP growth of 5.5% in Q3
  63. Gov't working overtime on PGMA's economic blueprint – Palace
  64. Police heightens security alert level in GenSan
  65. Spot painting on fishes stands a chance on Guinness Book, says BFAR 12
  66. Police links MILF leadership to Mindanao blasts
  67. Leaders hold dialogue on reproductive health from Islamic perspective
  68. DOST opens scholarship grant
  69. POEA steps up information caravan in Mindanao
  70. Group alarmed over massive logging
  71. Harrasment of farmers exposed as modus operandi of landowners
  72. DCCCII disaffiliates from PCCI
  73. PCCI veep for Mindanao, seven regional governors resign en masse
  74. Botika sa Barangay reaches Davao 2nd district
2006/10/19
  1. Tourism booms in Asia’s Latin city
  2. Rep. Mercado shares post-initiative scenario
  3. Maasin City populace alarmed by rising hepa cases
  4. Police files charges vs crew of bigtime fishing vessels
  5. More tourist-surfers swarm Calicoan waters
  6. Bilar goes back to traditional rice
  7. Antique presents best in history, culture and eco-tourism before tourism assembly
  8. DSWD Ilocos pushes poverty relief programs thru Food-for-Work, Tindahan Natin
  9. PCPD, POPCOM conduct on-the-spot essay writing contest
  10. CSC Northern Samar to hold professional, sub-professional exams
  11. Farflung barangays mostly to benefit from P1.7 trillion infra projects
  12. 108 child offenders released from DSWD centers
  13. Labason town celebrates children’s month
  14. Commentary: RP joins "stand up against poverty" campaign
  15. Commentary: On Terrorism
  16. DOST presents abaca textile finished product
  17. Hepa not water-borne, water utility assures
  18. Kalinga exec presents 2007 proposed budget
  19. DSWD Kalinga conducts pre-marriage counseling
  20. 5 pedestrian overpasses to rise in Dagupan
  21. GSIS satellite offices up soon in East, West Pangasinan
  22. Capiz social services programs found on track with MDG
  23. Commentary: Nationwide cooperation needed to stop extra-judicial killings
  24. Awareness on children’s rights increasing in Nueva Vizcaya
  25. NVizcaya hospital employees appeal for additional buildings
  26. NVizcaya village guards get P1.5 million assistance
  27. NVizcaya approves P1 million for agri-modernization program
  28. "Butsogâ" fingerlings distributed in NVizcaya fish sanctuaries
  29. Antique joins UN "Stand Up" campaign vs poverty
  30. PNP braces for acts of terrorism
  31. Another lawyer appointed to ARMM Social Fund Project for Peace and Development
  32. Commentary: RP looks to "positive" upgrade
  33. British ambassador visits Bais City today
  34. Leyte town recalls raising of 1st US flag in Dulag Hill 120
  35. Bishops, clergy visit Naval to join episcopal anniversary rites for Bishop of Naval
  36. All set for Naval SCUAA 2006, says NIT president
  37. Feature: Calbayog, church officials join hands to build St. Porziuncula Hospital
  38. Troops encounter NPAs in Digos
  39. Dabawenya wins 3 golds in World Dragon Boatfest
  40. DOH celebrates preschoolers health week
  41. Investments in DC seen to surpass 2005 figures
2006/10/18
  1. Moro traders ready for Islamic food market
  2. Gov’t seeks int’l, private sector aid for ‘Milenyo’ relief
  3. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Shortfall in September
  4. Cabinet revamp underway
  5. Wife of Indonesian terror suspect ordered deported
  6. MILF blames renegade member for attacks
  7. Police seize explosives in Taguig
  8. Metro safe, PNP chief assures amid bomb rumors
  9. Gov’t wants SC to reconsider PCGG ruling
  10. Palace maintains Binay suspension follows ‘rule of law’
  11. DOST offers capital assistance, scholarship to deserving youths, adults
  12. DepEd chief calls for more support for education
  13. PGMA launches RP participation in UN's poverty campaign
  14. PGMA cites 15 years of ASEAN-China collaboration
  15. September revenue shortfall isolated setback - Bunye
  16. Palace denies political vendetta over Binay's suspension
  17. Gov’t expands financial assistance to students, teachers in private education
  18. DepEd extends loan assistance to teachers
  19. Oro’s computerization program a benchmark for Northern Samar
  20. Syjuco launches Career Caravan, Ladderized Education Program in NorMin
  21. Emano sees bright prospects for Aussie investments
  22. Oro City hall employees awarded
  23. Oro to host international rafting in 2007
  24. 4ID sets anti-terror measure, disallows PUJs inside camp
  25. Arroyo to unveil P77.977-M circumferential road, keynote 27th Camiguin Lanzonezfest
  26. Commentary: Ramadan 2006 witnesses bombings by Muslim militants
  27. Commentary: Fighting terrors in the South
  28. Tourism assembly to explore West Visayas' tourism dev't priorities
  29. Capiz products find new break in ‘wow’ event
  30. Cooperatives month to showcase collective effort vs poverty
  31. Former FL hails God’s miracles on bishops’s silver anniversary
  32. Msgr. Silas wishes Bishop Bactol good luck
  33. Domalandan Bridge ready by January
  34. 33-has. sanitary landfill in Bayambang coming up
  35. Leyte’s private building constructions increase by 53.8% in Q1
  36. Samar Vice Gov supports move to register SAMELCO with CDA
  37. Malinaonons avail of gov't help through KALAHI
  38. DSWD holds pulong-pulong on micro-finance program
  39. PCSO, DOH extend medical scholarship programs
  40. DOH constructs P1.5-M barangay health station in Magbagakay relocation site
  41. Commentary: Stabilizing the power rate
  42. Gov’t eyes 57% cut in budget deficit in 2007
  43. Chatto assures Catigbian livestock access to ports
  44. Bohol CLEC bags illegal Bacolod commercial fishers
  45. Healthmen’s verdict: No dengue outbreak in Pangasinan
  46. North Luzon’s 1st medical herbal garden going up
  47. BJMP-12 joins shooting competition in Davao
  48. Tour packages set for Asean delegates to promote Cebu, nearby provinces
  49. Inspection of Cebu City establishments to begin next week in preparation for Asean Summit
  50. PGMA visits toy factory, hotel and convention center at Clark
  51. Feature: Bata Muna project in San Fernando
  52. DTI holds assessor preparatory course, Oct. 25-28
  53. Congress on competitiveness unfolds in Central Philippines
  54. TESDA Zambo Norte conducts livelihood training
  55. Congressional migrant workers scholarship program launched
  56. Barangay assembly day set October 21
  57. DTI Secretary keynotes 10th OK Bikol opening
  58. Analysis: Biofuel law to boost local sugar industry
  59. Flash floods hit 4 Pagadian barangays
  60. Feature: A concrete road to progress
  61. DAR Samar employees launch UN’s Millennium Development Goals
  62. NVizcaya distributes 150,000 tilapia fingerlings for fish conservation month
  63. Meet Nueva Vizcaya’s "Texas Rangers"
  64. BIR intensifies tax campaign in NVizcaya
  65. “Show your activism in building houses for the poor,” GK volunteer dares NVizcaya NGOs
  66. Cagayan Valley LTO men undergo seminar on proper law enforcement
  67. Health education key to eradicate neonatal deaths, says DOH
  68. Vatican appoints Borongan bishop as bishop of Tagbilaran
  69. NPA liquidates barangay councilman, nephew
  70. PGMA to Samar Island folk: One Island, One People, One Culture
  71. Komentaryo: Sa Nursing Exam
  72. Mindanao schools get grants, teachers training
  73. Maximum alert in Davao continues
  74. DPWH to demolish 1,226 illegal billboards & structures in Davao Region
  75. NFEM conducts blood-letting activity
  76. Overcoming extreme poverty week set October 17-23
  77. ComVal ARC coop grabs Business Excellence Award for SMEs
  78. Agri investors do ocular inspection of investment areas
  79. Travel advisories making investments more expensive
  80. Official clears Muslims from Makilala bombing
  81. Southern Mindanao still on high alert
2006/10/17
  1. Son of slain Catbalogan farmer identifies captured NPA Amazons among his father’s killers
  2. 2 more oil firms cut prices by 0.50/liter; 0.50/kilo on LPG
  3. Puno says no political color to Binay suspension
  4. Palace backs Binay suspension
  5. DILG issues suspension order against Makati mayor
  6. DoJ to summon ‘coup plotters’ in rebellion raps
  7. Arroyo to businessmen: Security forces on top of situation
  8. PGMA allots P1.7 trillion for countryside infrastructure
  9. Photo release: President Arroyo visits Calbayog City
  10. Aspap Inc. of Region 8 conducts "Stand Up Against Poverty" program
  11. 2T taxi drivers train on courtesy, road safety for Asean Summit
  12. Quezon holds forum on cooperatives
  13. Cebu has enough rooms for Asean Summit delegates
  14. Police: Security of foreign delegates to Asean Summit in place
  15. Incentives for electronics sector will stay – PGMA
  16. PGMA commends informers of attempted Mindanao bombings
  17. PGMA orders measures vs fraud in licensure exams
  18. Guidelines on small business loans discussed
  19. Dinagyang ‘07 soars with higher goals
  20. Concepcion wins anew Galing Pook award
  21. Southern Leyte joins Garantisadong Pambata nationwide celebration
  22. PGMA joins 20 poor students in SAKAY NA project in Calbayog City
  23. Backyard virgin coco oil production proposed St. Bernard
  24. RP has good chance for upgrade, Aussie finance expert says
  25. BJMP now accepting applicants for Jail Officer 1 in Region 12
  26. DepEd IX saves P100-M from "Brigada Eskwela"
  27. Tawi-Tawi to stand up vs poverty
  28. Alicia town opens E-center
  29. Ex-CAFGU shot by communist terrorist in NegOr
  30. Cebu PRC obeys Palace order to suspend nurse’s oath-taking
  31. DTI Zambo Norte hands PCs to public schools
  32. Commentary: PGMA's push for electoral reforms
  33. Commentary: Philippine compliance with UN-MDG
  34. Siquijor observes National Rural Women's Day
  35. Siquijor 4-H members get pre-qualifying exam for training program in Japan
  36. NSO celebrates October as nat'l statistics month
  37. PSYSC accepts applicants
  38. Symposium on pro-active programs for competitiveness/PQA slated
  39. Schools, LGUs in Siquijor receive PCs
  40. Commentary: House OK of 2007 budget -- bloated pork but P1 for MTRCB
  41. 150 Gawad Kalinga houses to be built in Nueva Vizcaya town
  42. Youth commission to hold national parliament
  43. Cagayan Valley tourism potentials shown in TV
  44. Mining firm grants 100 scholarships to NVizcaya students
  45. Isabela forges sisterhood with Hawaii
  46. Comelec Aklan prepares for May '07 elections
  47. Tanauan town voted 2006 most business-friendly municipality in RP
  48. Komentaryo: Heightened alert sa bansa
  49. DOST mulls first mobile lab for food safety
  50. P5.815-B coastal road to link Surigao to Davao Oriental
  51. RP ranks 8th highest in fish production – BFAR
  52. Gen. Boac identifies new targets of operations with ComVal as priority area
  53. Sunday Runners club encourages support for Finishers Marathon
  54. DOT prepares East Coast for Pacific-rim highway
  55. CPP-NPA commit human rights violations
  56. Mindanao cities on the rise
  57. Troops defuse bomb in Pagadian market
2006/10/16
  1. PGMA appoints Leyretana as MEDCo chair
  2. Poll automation group to meet on pilot-testing odds
  3. Task Force Usig slams anti-government groups for riding on CPP’s propaganda line on "extra judicial" killings
  4. No Fil-Am killed or hurt so far in Hawaii quake - official
  5. PGMA to Samareños: Work as one people, one province, one culture
  6. Jan-Sept BOP surplus hits $2.62-B on surge in remittances
  7. Arroyo welcomes possible rating upgrade from Moodys
  8. Palace orders PRC to suspend nurses’ oath-taking
  9. 2 bombers allegedly outside Metro Manila - military official
  10. Gov’t seeks MILF help to nab alleged bombing brains
  11. 2 JI members linked to Mindanao blasts face murder raps
  12. Arroyo vows to ‘stand up’ vs poverty, asks public to do same
  13. Arroyo wants budget passed intact
  14. Photo release: Iloilo prepares for Dinagyang festival
  15. PGMA orders internal review of wesm processes
  16. Energy sector lauds EO for transparency in gov't awards
  17. DOST strengthens assistance to SMEs
  18. Ifugao Deped officials deny bribery in campuses
  19. Ifelco shares tips in cutting electric bills
  20. Dengue in Kalinga now under control
  21. P2.5M ECCD projects in Kalinga near completion
  22. Garantisadong Pambata launched in Balbalan
  23. Tabuk honors senior citizens
  24. Mt Province dads set to improve health services
  25. M2AKSI to address illiteracy in Mt Province
  26. Ifugao wins 1st year Maintenance Award for nutrition
  27. Kalinga allots P1M for sports events
  28. ACEF to increase farmers’ productivity
  29. CSC accreditation of LGUs nearly complete
  30. PENRO urges LGUs to enforce environmental laws to protect marine, coastal resources
  31. Two-day celebration of Bishop Bactol's silver anniversary starts today
  32. 170 finish techvoc trainings in Kalinga
  33. Kalinga takes action to improve workforce
  34. "Palanus festival" highlights IP month
  35. Development partners sought in Kalinga
  36. Kalinga opens coordinating center in Baguio City
  37. PGMA urges Samarenos to unite for peace and progress
  38. PGMA awards security tenure certificates to informal settlers in Calbayog City
  39. Kalinga hospital performs 1st laparoscopic surgery
  40. Kalinga gears for change
  41. Rice tungro disease hits Ifugao
  42. Msgr. Bactol marks silver anniversary of episcopal ordination as bishop
  43. PGMA lists 2 requirements for peace and development in Samar island
  44. MtProvince farmers adopt crop programming scheme
  45. TESDA hones trainers’ competence and qualification
  46. Abra rescinds total ban on swine shipment
  47. Benguet police vows safety along Halsema Highway
  48. Benguet vegetable council moves to hold in abeyance PRA
  49. Habitat for Humanity bares project updates in So. Leyte disaster areas
  50. 23rd yen concreting due for completion in January 2007
  51. Road infra projects now in process for World Bank funding
  52. GMA cites political stability as key to Samar’s progress
  53. ACTS coordinator elected ATOP vice-prexy
  54. Investors to build Sarangani coco processing plants
  55. JAGS-CT trade will not give undue competition to businesses
  56. Senate President graces the 7th ATOP Nat’l gab in South Cotabato
  57. Tourism Secretary inducts ATOP’s new set of elected officers
  58. Sarangani's edu-tourism town draws thousands
  59. Sarangani villages co-manage forest zones
  60. Mindanao businessmen urged to invest in tourism
  61. Secretary Lapus to keynote school heads confab
  62. Pag-Ibig to launch ‘Maagang Pabahay, Disenteng Buhay’
  63. PGMA graces 58th Calbayog City Charter Day celebration
  64. Philippines will be off IMF monitoring in April
  65. Jan-Aug OFW remittances up 15.3% at $8.1B
  66. Exports up 21.3% in August; copper cathodes surge
  67. PRC expects flood of oath takers
  68. Early okay of 2007 budget to sustain government's pro-poor agenda
  69. PGMA unveils billion pesos worth of projects in Calbayog today
  70. Church officials seek NCCA help for lost icons
  71. OWWA to establish migrants’ desk in Nueva Vizcaya
  72. NVizcaya farmers receive P2.5 million for irrigation projects
  73. NVizcaya gives P10 million for sports complex rehab
  74. NVizcaya observes civil service month with gift-giving for the poor
  75. NVizcaya revives 4 o’clock habit to fight dengue
2006/10/15
  1. Arroyo set to inaugurate multi-million projects in Calbayog City
  2. PGMA’s visit brings hope to the people of Samar Islands
  3. The making of a model barangay that is Panoypoy
  4. CSC focuses trainings on leave administration
  5. Calbayog Mariculture Zone benefits small fisherfolk
  6. "Stand Up" and support UN's campaign vs poverty, Popcom says
  7. Manila fashion designers set Washington exhibit on Oct. 17-20
2006/10/14
  1. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Nursing exams
  2. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Polls
  3. Palace respects Court of Appeals ruling on partial retake of nursing exams - Bunye
  4. President commends House members for early okay of proposed 2007 budget
  5. People of Calbayog, Samar await PGMA visit
  6. Commentary: Terror as a desperate tool?
  7. AFP First Lady dialogues with 8th ID Ladies Club, donates medicines
  8. Military rescues more NPA child-recruits in Samar
  9. Region 8 military reminded of AFP Code of Ethics and core values
  10. PGMA pours 15 multi-cabs, motorcycles to East Samar
  11. CFC reaches out to needy Estehanons
  12. InFRES project to link Maslog and Dolores towns
  13. DAR conducts ARED-SICAD program training, community health work update
  14. DSWD assures educational assistance to rescued NPA minors
  15. ADB proposes JFPR project for Southern Leyte landslide disaster assistance
  16. Relatives of NPA purging victims find new courage after discovery of mass graves
  17. Palace declares Oct. 24 as holiday to observe Ramadhan
  18. TESDA to launch jobs fair for welders, call center agents
  19. RPOC-10 recommends holding of 2007 Palarong Pambansa in Lanao del Norte
  20. PNP Bukidnon chief urges lawmakers to pass anti-terror bill
  21. Komentaryo: Mananagot sa batas ang mga may sala sa Nursing exams
  22. UDP to celebrate 8th anniversary with upland community
  23. DA-ATI advocates sustainable uplands
  24. Mayors to host sustainable upland development summit
  25. DND seeks troops exemption from poll duty
  26. Nutrition body seeks LGU support for 10-year program
  27. Bombings vindicate concerns of businessmen
  28. Sustainable upland model presented to policy experts
  29. Commentary: PGMA’s response to terrorism
2006/10/13
  1. September net portfolio inflows $373.7M vs $131.5M in August
  2. IMF urges Philippines to stay course on reforms
  3. ‘Tax effort’ seen nearing pre-Asian crisis level
  4. August merchandise exports rise 21.3% yr-on-yr
  5. Oil prices cut anew
  6. DSWD chief orders audit of department funds
  7. Palace to set aside P10-B for pay hike
  8. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Re Poll automation
  9. First phase of oil spill cleanup over, says DND’s Cruz
  10. Gov’t to pursue recovery of P900-M from MegaPacific
  11. 5 suspected NPA rebels nabbed over Silay airport attack
  12. Bombings had trademark of Indon terror suspect, probers say
  13. Military to alleged putschists: ‘You have to face the music’
  14. Rebellion raps filed vs 49 suspected coup plotters
  15. Arroyo’s approval rating rises - SWS survey
  16. CA orders ‘selective retake’ of nursing board exam
  17. House OKs 1st trillion-peso budget in RP history
  18. PGMA vows thorough investigation of alleged power price manipulations
  19. Palace: Arroyo trip to Mindanao to push through
  20. Commentary: Stabilizing the power rate
  21. South Cotabato endorses P113-M annual investment plan
  22. South Cotabato hosts 7th ATOP national gab
  23. Tupi, South Cotabato to host 2006 national popquiz
  24. Bohol opens training-seminar on heavy equip’t operation
  25. Feature: Driving judicial justice to unimagined speed
  26. Arroyo admin resolved to investigate electric price manipulation
  27. Palace cites Senate, House for poll automation bill passage
  28. Commentary: If North Korea crisis worsens, at least we’re prepared
  29. Feature: Danao's new bus terminal, perfect example of collaboration
  30. PGMA renews warning to price power manipulators
  31. PGMA inaugurates P74-M bus terminal in Danao City
  32. 1,500 signages, billboards removed by DPWH in La Union
  33. 4 in 1 event topbills Catigbian gathering
  34. DepEd chief enlists private school administrators in improvement of RP education
  35. DepEd chief pushes for establishment of library hubs
  36. LTO 9 to acquire generators, motorcycles emission testing machine
  37. Zambo sets livelihood, job fairs for soldiers and dependents
  38. Ilocos holds investment summit
  39. Laoag commends delegates to regional Special Olympics
  40. Stakeholders urged to monitor electricity market's behavior
  41. Market transformation sets tone for million opportunities
  42. Bohol registers most number of Central Visayas youth offenders in rehab
  43. Bohol gov to scrap BCIC extension to build "youth center home"
  44. Ilocanos thank GMA for newly-inaugurated processing facility
  45. Vigilance is key to consumer protection, says DTI Ilocos
  46. Ilocos Sur official backs Senate bill on Salomague Freeport Economic Zone
  47. DSWD succors fire victims in Bislig City
  48. Salary standardization to make gov't workers at par with private employees
  49. Cathay Pacific crew to visit Negros Oriental children
  50. Negros Oriental holds Buglasan Farm Family Congress on Oct 15-17
  51. With suicide rate on the rise, experts advise public to slow down
  52. DSWD 8 vows to look into child recruits saved by the military last week
  53. Region 8 seminar tackles public sector unionism
  54. High school stude wins poster-making contest on RH
  55. Leyte SMEs invited to promote local products at Mega Christmas Expo 2006
  56. 62nd Leyte Landing committee searches for liberation babies
  57. Region 8 conducts forum on new and renewable energy
  58. Commentary: The need for passing the anti-terror bill
  59. GenSan KBP chair lauds conviction of Sultan Kudarat journalist's killers
  60. WB extends P103-M fund assistance to KALAHI-CIDSS
  61. Mayor Duterte orders PNP, military to be on high alert
  62. PNP-Iligan conducts info drive calling people to be vigilant
  63. 31 NorMin LGUs adopt DILG’s one-stop shop program to cut red tape
  64. Emano to meet Aussie-RP biz group execs
  65. Election for barangay human rights officers set on assembly day
  66. BFAR observes 43rd Fish Conservation Week
  67. Public support, appropriate laws needed to stop terrorism
  68. Feature: No more dark nights for Bgy. Pinanaan
  69. PCF provides effective outpatient services to less fortunate residents
  70. Camarines Norte conducts 1st mining conference
  71. Bulusan volcano explodes anew
  72. Komentaryo: May sapat na enerhiya ang bansa, DOE
  73. Gov’t seeks help of business sector
  74. San Miguel distribution volume grows by 10% yearly
  75. Dishes by Davao chef at Mindanao Culinary Festival compare with Manila Chefs on Parade
2006/10/12
  1. DBM proposes new salary standardization law
  2. Comelec, DND sign agreement on military’s election role
  3. Arroyo to sign supplemental budget soon - Palace
  4. ASEAN protests nuke tests, urges North Korea back to talks
  5. RP to support any UN decision anent Nokor issue
  6. CPP black prop hides hand in political killings by discrediting Melo Commission, says PNP
  7. Ranking NPA official in Central Luzon nabbed
  8. Police, Muslim residents in Quezon City unite vs terrorism
  9. Gov’t to aid Mindanao bombing victims
  10. Metro, Mindanao alerts up as military gears for more attacks
  11. 3 gov't regional execs sacked for graft
  12. Arroyo wants ‘power price manipulators’ punished
  13. BFAR attempts to land on Guinness thru longest painting on canvas
  14. Feature: The chimney’s smoking, muscovado is back
  15. Capiz marks statistics month
  16. Culture, products showcase at West Visayas tourism event
  17. Electronics exports up; PGMA assures industry of full support
  18. Commentary: Hard work, as economy surges
  19. Larena OFWs recipient of Groceria project
  20. 5 livelihood projects lined up for NAFC funding
  21. DTI, Siquijor election team declares Pamilihan winners
  22. October 20 declared non-working day in Oriental Negros
  23. Guv orders inspection of billboards in Negros Oriental
  24. RP economic gains, decline of external vulnerabilities catch interest of int'l market
  25. PGMA: Change political culture from crab-mentality to one of development
  26. PGMA orders DOE to look into price manipulation reports in power sector
  27. Analysis: Philippines has enough energy supply
  28. DOH focuses on prevention of kidney illness
  29. Ilocos vet calls for preparedness in dealing with bird flu threat
  30. RDC-1, NEDA revive Clean and Green Search 2006
  31. NPA child warrior claims she was lured by leftist propaganda
  32. Feature: Box culvert serves as gateway to isolated barangay
  33. DOE hails Senate approval of biofuels bill
  34. Palace calls for vigilance amidst renewed bombings
  35. PGMA instructs DOE to look into electricity price manipulation
  36. RP supports UN on NoKor issue
  37. Commentary: North Korea’s nuclear test brings global threat
  38. Commentary: On Terrorism
  39. PNP declares readiness for contingencies
  40. Central Mindanao bombing run handiwork of JI with MILF support, says Cotabato gov
  41. NFA XI wins four national awards in 2006 Search for NFA outstanding stakeholders
  42. JAGS-CT, North Sulawesi trade to deter smuggling
  43. Cathay Pacific cabin crew holds field visit in Oriental Negros
  44. Secretary Lapus introduces tech-voc ed in high school
  45. Commentary: Terrorism thwarts poverty alleviation efforts
  46. Cagayan Valley military steps up security on critical infrastructures
  47. Telephone exec calls for community support against copper thieves
  48. Gawad Kalinga project benefits residents of Isabela town
  49. Isabela farmers receive farm equipment
  50. 10 President’s bridge projects to be built in Isabela 4th district
  51. Commentary: Knock on wood
  52. Agriculturist recommends soil analysis before fertilizers
  53. Tuberculosis cure rate higher in 2005
  54. Northern Samar midwives hold scientific session
  55. Feature: La Union a surfing destination
  56. Gov't microfinance lending to help poor communities
  57. 8 gov't agencies complete implementation of rationalization plans
  58. Commentary: North Korea nuclear test, more than just a security risk
  59. CSC 8 resets supervisory dev't course
  60. Region 8 celebrates Garantisadong Pambata week
  61. CSC, DBM push for passage of wage bill for gov't employees
  62. LGU IRA from supplemental budget known next week, says Sec. Andaya
  63. DOLE announces jobs for ME countries
  64. Oro registers 42,811 visitors in 2Q
  65. Ozamiz stude conquers reg’l popquiz
  66. 109 beneficiaries avail of DSWD Iligan’s SEA-K program
  67. DILG-10 urges local officials to adopt LGPMS
  68. New SSS ID prevents millions in fraudulent claims – de la Paz
  69. Komentaryo: Mag-ingat sa low-quality na mga semento – DTI
  70. NYD gathers volunteers for orientation
  71. Hanging bridge to benefit North Cotabato remote barangay
  72. NorthCot barangay eyed for sugarcane expansion
  73. DTI, industry players up banana chips promotion
  74. MedCo condemns Central Mindanao bombings
  75. PNA guv belies alleged Davao leak
  76. Davao Oriental goes coco rehab
  77. Nat’l referendum, a way to settle Cha-Cha, says Davao dad
  78. Analysis: 2006 growth targets achievable
2006/10/11
  1. PGMA formally opens RP corporate headquarters of BPO industry leader
  2. Gov't debt down 1.9% at end-July
  3. Fighting rages between military, NPA in Negros Occidental
  4. Gen. Razon calls NDF human rights chair Agcoili a liar
  5. PGMA: Contingency plans in place for OFWs in Korea
  6. NBI: 17 to be charged in nursing exam leak
  7. Abu Sayyaf, JI ‘no. 1 suspects’ in bombings - military chief
  8. Arroyo orders security forces to hunt down Mindanao bombers
  9. DOST extends cash assistance to another landslide relocation community
  10. CPA enforces strict security to help LGUs reduce crime rate
  11. Palo commemorates Leyte Gulf Landings
  12. One-stop-shops offer different services in Kawayan centennial celebration
  13. Creation of RITECC website in East Visayas underway
  14. DOH-EV celebrates Bright Child week
  15. P2-M cash assistance sought for typhoon victims
  16. Evardone: Managing population is not abortion
  17. Tacloban legislators push for full implementation of RA 9257
  18. New DBP facility to help SME business expansion
  19. RP gov't working double time to sharpen governance
  20. Arroyo gov't vows to hunt down, bring to justice Mindanao bombers
  21. Palace ready with contingency plans on Korean-nation conflict
  22. Commentary: Anti-terror bill, if not now, when?
  23. Palace urges Senate anew to pass anti-terrorism bill
  24. DepEd chief emphasizes teachers' role in promoting love for reading
  25. Public school students to represent RP in international disaster preparedness forum
  26. DepEd extends support for cooperativism
  27. Military denounces CPP-NPA's massacre of a family in Matuguinao town
  28. MSU-Gensan conducts 5-day livelihood seminar at city jail
  29. Commentary: On North Korea nuclear test
  30. Commentary: On NPA attacks
  31. Solon preserves good public service legacy
  32. Statement of Sen. Mar Roxas: On the confirmation of Labor Secretary Arturo D. Brion
  33. Repair, rehab of Liloan bridge part of super region project
  34. DBM chief visits Tacloban today
  35. Feature: Graduation need became income-generating catalyst
  36. Drilon urges PNP to intensify security for new Iloilo airport
  37. NDCC assures effort to prevent further spread of oil spill
  38. DSWD says relief goods accounted for in Guimaras
  39. Fear grips Central Mindanao cities as bomb threats haunt
  40. JAGS-CT keeps BIMP-EAGA vision with new sea link
  41. PGMA to visit Cebu tomorrow
  42. Negros Oriental’s Buglasan festival opens with grand fireworks
  43. Gov't closely monitors energy situation of RP
  44. Palace urges lawmakers to seriously consider anti-terror bill
  45. Poverty drops in Capiz, says NSCB
  46. PGMA economic managers identify major moves to spur growth
  47. NVizcaya village benefits from mining project
  48. Firm vows to uphold mining law
  49. Palace denies motion of treasury exec for falsifying credentials
  50. Solon’s scholarship program benefits Cagayan youth
  51. Solons give fund for cops’ training school in Cagayan Valley
  52. CHO heightens training vs TB infection
  53. Ayala firm to start developing high-end residential complex in Oro
  54. PNP Iligan welcomes new commander
  55. Army condemns NPA attack on Silay Airport
  56. NorMin’s major crops volume up by 3.92% in 1Q 2006
  57. Publication of country’s nursing schools’ performance noted
  58. Optimism marks 100th foundation day of Kawayan in Biliran
  59. Ad group declares Cebu billboards safer than Manila
  60. Komentaryo: Kinondena ng gobyerno ang pagbomba sa Airport
  61. Housing fair in Davao City books 21 home buyers
  62. Gov't presents P1.137-T budget for 2007
  63. PNP intensifies counter-terrorism campaign in all fronts
  64. Anti-drug body taps local filmmakers
  65. NYD extends registration
  66. NPA ups extortion to 50%, says AFP
  67. Land mines discovered in Surigao Norte
  68. NYD goes with SK’s anti-smoking campaign
  69. 58-IB battles with rebels
2006/10/10
  1. Plant bureau seeks help to curb smuggling
  2. Central Bank to pay $460M of its debts ahead of schedule
  3. RP street crimes down by 42%, says PNP chief
  4. JI poses threat to ASEAN Summit - AFP
  5. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye Re: Anti-Terrorism Bill
  6. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye Re: Energy Situation
  7. ‘Stop bickering and pass anti-terrorism bill’ - Palace
  8. Foes using killings for destabilization - security adviser
  9. CHED to publish nursing schools’ performance
  10. "I’m responsible" - Ombudsman on MegaPacific deal ruling
  11. RP joins worldwide outcry vs. North Korean nuclear test
  12. UN commends RP's anti-poverty thrust
  13. Poor communities to have direct access to micro-financing
  14. Commentary: Pass anti–terrorism law, protect the helpless
  15. Palace expresses high hopes for tourism in Eastern Visayas
  16. Moves to make Region 8 a tourist haven ongoing
  17. Photo release: Oil from sunken vessel not yet alarming, says task force
  18. OTOP generates employment, develops skills of rural workers
  19. Council pushes radio broadcasting as tool for children’s participation in dev't undertakings
  20. Bohol passers, parents, supporters march vs nursing exam retake
  21. Commentary: On the NPA attacks
  22. Gov. Piñol orders construction of hanging bridge at Patot River
  23. Barangay Patot, Pigcawayan eyed for sugarcane expansion
  24. DSWD ties up with Metro Manila public hospitals
  25. Philippines emerges 2nd in 3rd ASEAN Quiz
  26. Biofuel infra to provide livelihood in countryside
  27. CESOs support retake of nurses board exam
  28. Centcom appeals for convergence to end terror
  29. NPA attack on airport property in Negros Occidental condemned
  30. Police says armed insurgents not gaining momentum in Biliran
  31. NSO-Biliran to hold statistical quiz for 17th national statistical month
  32. Annual Gawad-Saka search on for outstanding achievers in agriculture, fisheries
  33. Cebu search for child-labor-free firm is on
  34. Commentary: On PI for Cha-Cha, let the process take its course
  35. Butuan, Surigao to represent Caraga in national search for child-friendly city and municipality
  36. Surigao Sur pushes coco biodiesel production to alleviate poverty
  37. Tree-planting to cap Maasin employees’ week celebration
  38. Samar DTI gives away 20 PCs to Calbayog City public high schools
  39. Tour guides help bring more visitors to Bataan
  40. Samar DepEd declares: Tarangnan has Best District profile
  41. Samar generates P1.2-M in sales at Bahandi trade fair
  42. Commentary: At odds with development the NPA way
  43. Komentaryo: Murang pabahay para sa mga mahihirap
  44. NYD-SK to intensify campaign vs illegal drugs
  45. DPWH to demolish billboards within road-right–of–way
  46. SPDA to revive projects worth P500-M
  47. PNP seeks more informants on illegal logging
  48. Breaking impressions: BEAM proves math and science can be fun
  49. P3.2-B allotted for housing over 5 years – VP de Castro
  50. LGUs, GOs, NGOs, support Recto bill for PWDs
  51. Students should be vigilant in reporting any crime – Dureza
  52. DOH reiterates necessity for newborn screening
  53. Female student-artists win over males in Cagayan Valley World Food Day art contest
  54. NVizcaya’s newest hospital is now PhilHealth accredited
  55. Cops neutralize notorious robbery gang in Quirino province
  56. Isabela vice mayor gets outstanding taxpayer award
  57. PGMA’s health reform agenda in NVizcaya set to receive P40.2 million from EU
2006/10/09
  1. Gov’t wooing Texas Instruments to build $1-B plant in RP
  2. Royal Dutch Shell to expand RP operations
  3. DoF wants gov't microfinance operations limited to DSWD
  4. RP targets Germany, Australia, Russia to promote tourism
  5. Six soldiers wounded in Jolo fighting
  6. Indon militant’s wife says husband trained Filipino rebels
  7. NBI defers release of findings on nursing exam leak
  8. LTFRB hints at possible fare rollback next month
  9. Scout Rangers sent to go after NPA rebels in airport attack
  10. Latest NPA casualty is Silay International Airport, says PNP
  11. Army to immediately hire 77 medical doctors
  12. Oro Youth Center holds adolescent health and youth dev’t seminar
  13. 8M Filipinos to benefit from creation of PWD Affairs Office – Sen. Recto
  14. Mayor Emano, Oro biz men off to Australia today
  15. School for blind holds benefit concert
  16. Oil spill evacuees: Living for now, longing for home
  17. DepED reinforces preschool service contracting program
  18. DepEd welcomes P1.3-B allocation for school building rehab
  19. Singapore Education Minister visits DepEd
  20. PGMA cites new record $21.56-B reserves as proof of steady, stable economic growth
  21. Palace wants people's voice heard on Chacha
  22. Palace condemns NPA attack on Negros Airport site
  23. PGMA inspects billboard clearing operations launched by DPWH, MMDA
  24. DA conducts synchronized exam for YFFTPJ beneficiaries
  25. Commentary: Cha-Cha and the ’07 Budget
  26. Informing the consumers of their basic rights is a must, says DTI
  27. DTI chief plans to organize consumers group
  28. Month-long activities highlight consumer welfare celebration in Biliran
  29. DOT to showcase Our Lady of Piat from Oct 17 - Nov 26
  30. DOT 2 joins Philippine Business Conference and Exposition
  31. Commentary: Retake or no retake?
  32. Commentary: Advocacy drive on Charter reform part of gov't responsibility
  33. Commentary: Economy needs ‘political will’ to be on track
  34. DTI holds roadshow on Philippine Quality Award
  35. DENR gives out free patent titles in Carigara
  36. Samar Gov distributes "cash and bugas" to Milenyo victims
  37. Barangay Bahay, Tarangnan, Samar to complete P1.340-M funding
  38. Samar school wins inter-school general info contest
  39. Ilocos DA scholars off to Japan
  40. Ilocos Sur yields abundant rice
  41. Vigan thanks elderly Ilocanos in their 90s
  42. 1987 Charter’s restrictive provisions hamper economic growth, says AdCom
  43. NPA leader bluffing, says NOLCOM chief
  44. NFA Bontoc assures enough rice supply
  45. Electric coop leads Statistics Month celebration
  46. DTI harnesses consumer participation
  47. Kalinga products to be displayed in Impakabsat
  48. Kalinga mayors urged to support nutrition program
  49. "Tungro" destroys P20-M worth of rice in Kalinga
  50. Venvi enters market-matching with corn farmers of San Quintin
  51. Commentary: Absence of guidelines hamper reconciliation program
  52. Livelihood, skills training held for ALPS clients
  53. "Botika ng Barangay" offers cheaper medicines
  54. IPM raises health consciousness
  55. Army confiscates marijuana bricks in Kalinga
  56. People’s initiative genuine, says Mangaoang mayor
  57. Development plan for Baguio log homes raised in BRM meeting
  58. 20,000 seedlings planted in Baguio tree planting festival
  59. CCAGG shares best practices on anti-corruption in Cambodia
  60. Commentary: DPWH image improving
  61. Kalinga athletes inspired by Bata, Django
  62. ConsumerNet conducts monitoring and advocacy activities
  63. Mt Province forms consumer affairs committee
  64. ConsumerNet monitors compliance with Fair Trade Law
  65. Ube production training held in Lubuagan
  66. Ifugao exports 2.5 tons of ‘Tinawon’ rice
  67. Ifugao awarded for improving economic situation
  68. PAENRO leads "Sagip Linis" in Magat Dam
  69. Ifugao dads adopt RH ordinance
  70. Oil companies asked to put up service stations in Kalinga
  71. TESDA conducts trainers training in Kalinga
  72. DOLE accepts scholarship for OFW kins
  73. "Dumba ni Kavajo/Aso Ko" fun show spice up Adivay, 106th Benguet anniversary
  74. Essay writing on indigenous culture set for Adivay and 106th Benguet Foundation Day
  75. BIR region 1 bags top honor in collection percentage
  76. DOE assures transparency in ongoing probe of electricity spot market
  77. Assorted fruit trees proposed for NVizcaya watershed
  78. Dengue kills 7 in Cagayan Valley
  79. Energy board orders NVizcaya power coop to refund P73M for consumers
  80. NVizcaya coop, nominee for gender development award
  81. Commentary: Pope, Queen messages elate President Arroyo
  82. Cebu sets up home-based day care centers in 10 barangays
  83. Bridge board richer by P110-T
  84. Commentary: The people have the right to be informed
  85. CEO EXCEL Awards deadline reset to Oct. 16; forum slated
2006/10/08
  1. Region 8 economy performs generally well in 2nd qtr of 2006
  2. Crime incidence in Region 8 decreases by 19.2% in 2nd qtr of 2006
  3. DTI Leyte conducts packaging and labelling clinic for OTOP Implementors
  4. Leyeco II is second top gainer electric cooperative in RP
  5. Leyeco II boasts cheapest electricity in Region 8
  6. International media groups laud convictions in Esperat case
  7. JI targeted RP for supporting US, says bomb suspect's wife
  8. Statement of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Democratic People's Republic of Korea's plan to test nuclear devices
  9. Palace defends people's right to be informed on Charter reform
  10. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Re Hike in dollar reserves
  11. Get Real: Positive news
  12. Ubay tops best Bohol markets
  13. Police files murder charges vs 4 over Olayvar slay
  14. DTI advises public to demand solicitation permits from house-to-house peddlers
  15. Social workers call for media restraint in kid criminal reporting
2006/10/07
  1. Local businessmen nominate three LGUs as most business-friendly
  2. Commentary: Strong political will to keep economy on the right track
  3. Leyte businessmen join 32nd Philippine business confab
  4. Tacloban City lines up activities for children’s month celebration
  5. OWWA sets Oct 31 as deadline for application to scholarship program for OFW beneficiaries
  6. KALAHI convergence group tackles poverty concerns in Region 8
  7. Region 8 DBM PX commissary set to formally open October 11
  8. Two NPA girl-warriors rescued, one Amazon surrenders
  9. ULAP asks Congress to extend CARP beyond 2008
  10. CHED scholarship beneficiaries in NorMin total 1,880 in SY 05-06
  11. Coco-based products contribute lion’s share in NorMin’s 2Q ’06 exports
  12. RDC-X embarks on good governance project
  13. CVO bares sked of Oro schools under rabies and bird flu campaign
  14. Oro Library users reach 1,868 in September
  15. Youth leaders join 1st Mindanao Environmental Youth Summit in Oro
  16. Pag-Ibig Fund wheels to Camiguin on Oct. 9-11
  17. Spare Aglipayan Bishop’s death from partisan controversy, Tagoloan mayor says
  18. Tagoloan town continues food, health support to victims of typhoon Neneng
  19. Region 10 backs gov't moves on exam retake, billboards
  20. Komentaryo: Billboards, iinspeksyunin ng DPWH
  21. NPA attack list: Who’s next?
  22. Santo Tomas recognizes deserving LGU staff and employees
  23. Sto. Tomas optimizes tax collection
  24. Tourism officers off to South Cotabto for NatCon
  25. Non-Catholics may join NYD ‘06
  26. Capalla to media: Assure parents for National Youth Day
  27. Davao Norte town holds rice festival
  28. Dureza assures housing developers of a stable Mindanao
  29. Home buyers flock housing fair
  30. Davao passers hope for fair CA judgement
  31. Children now priority of AIDS prevention campaign
  32. Hemorrhage among leading causes of maternal death – NSO
  33. Gangs are dangerous – PNP
  34. Lower inflation heralds strong RP economy
2006/10/06
  1. Comprehensive solid waste management in barangays sought
  2. Leyte inflation slows down to 6% in May
  3. Older persons "walk" for unity and peace
  4. DSWD commits P3-M for rehabilitation of Milenyo victims
  5. PSALM probe a ‘litmus test’ of spot market
  6. Military's poll duties limited to security - Abalos
  7. AO160 to check proliferation of substandard billboards nationwide – Palace
  8. Arroyo gives NBI till Monday to wrap up nursing test probe
  9. Military pursuing graft cases vs ex-RSBS execs
  10. JI men, Janjalani still in Sulu - military
  11. Ramento slay ‘solved’ with arrest of suspects - PNP
  12. Sycip backs PGMA's infra development thrust
  13. PGMA assures strategic investors gov't will maintain incentives
  14. Arroyo pledges ‘political will’ to keep economy on track
  15. PGMA opens "One Town, One Product" exhibit at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong
  16. Stronger peso further slows down September inflation to 5.7 percent
  17. BSP exempts SMEs from ITR and AFS requirements
  18. Proposal to siphon Guimaras oil favorably endorsed to IOPC
  19. JICA gives computers to 12 high schools in Sultan Kudarat
  20. Antique rehabilitation plans underway for typhoon victims
  21. Southern Leyte adopts Alocilja for remarkable NAT performance
  22. DA urges adoption of agri-kalikasan program
  23. PODER funds construction of children's center in Barangay Cabacongan
  24. DOH pilots rabies prophylaxis for children in Cabusao town
  25. BFAR sponsors world's longest painting event
  26. Mayon's alert level lowered to 2
  27. OK Bikol marks 10th year
  28. Cebu advertisers appeal to PGMA to spare Cebu from "sins of Manila"
  29. Commentary: Malacañang on nursing exam retake
  30. Commentary: Surviving is more like it
  31. Hyposol key to ending water-borne diseases in RP
  32. Global warming triggers dengue upsurge, says WHO
  33. Feature: Faith keeps town’s GPK program alive
  34. Quedancor promotes young farmers’ entrepreneur program
  35. Feature: The mega plan for growth and investment in Central Philippines
  36. South Cotabato IPHO intensifies campaign on dengue
  37. Antique LGUs to review local legislation covering billboards
  38. Butuan to launch Historical Park
  39. DA-13 conducts techno-demo on Chinese hybrid rice
  40. Butuan sets solid waste management workshop
  41. High school seniors may now apply for DOST-SEI scholarships
  42. Red Cross assures enough blood to cope with dengue outbreak
  43. Bataan Red Cross to acquire centrifuge machine worth P1.5M
  44. Feature: Electric coops can learn a lot from Leyeco II experience
  45. NPC Leyte geothermal power plant, first to get ISO certificate
  46. 3,980 farmers avail of Oro vet services
  47. More bridges to be completed in Oro
  48. Iligan welcomes 3rd batch of IMT for GRP-MILF peace process
  49. Valencia mayor supports 'billboard ban'
  50. Typhoon Neneng leaves 541 families homeless in MisOr
  51. DA-10 vows to ensure free flow of food supplies in Typhoon Milenyo areas
  52. Gov. Manalao appreciates gov't response to typhoon-affected areas
  53. Lanao Sur leaders hopeful on GRP-MILF peace
  54. Komentaryo: Alyansa sa ibang bansa, mahalaga
  55. NPA extortion activities intensified to fight all-out-war, says AFP
  56. Davao awaits further study on chemical spraying
  57. DOH targets infant mortality rate reduction to 19%
  58. BIR surpasses August collection target
  59. HIV-AIDS convention in Davao City slated Oct. 6-7
  60. New bills discussed in Housing Summit
  61. New loan from China to build 1M houses
2006/10/05
  1. Senate unproductive for third day
  2. Despite airport issue, Germans are upbeat on Philippines
  3. Arroyo concerned over rising peso
  4. September inflation at 5.7%, slowest since mid-2004
  5. Strong peso chops $340M off Manila’s interest bill
  6. Queen Elizabeth condoles with ‘Milenyo’ victims
  7. Arroyo visits neighbors
  8. Removal of oil from Solar I starts December
  9. PNP bewails ‘communist propaganda’ on bishop’s slay
  10. Wife of JI operative captured by troops in Jolo
  11. Palace defends backtracking on nursing board issue
  12. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Re Billboards
  13. Super region projects covered by adequate funds - Andaya
  14. Aklanon is 2006 top national outstanding GAD Rural Woman achiever
  15. Land bank extends P613 million to SMEs in Western Visayas
  16. Transco reports power restoration in Makban-Los Banos line
  17. PGMA resolved to settle nursing test issue
  18. Bunye: AO 160 will give more teeth to regulation of billboard
  19. RP economy on extended bull run – Palace
  20. PUM Dutch senior experts to meet with Filipino entrepreneurs
  21. Photo release: Villar turns over equipment donation to Leyte
  22. DOST offers baccalaureate scholarships to deserving students
  23. Commentary: Economy in good shape, upbeat
  24. DOST bares requirements for CY 2007 Science and Technology Scholarship examination
  25. Commentary: The people’s zest rises as nation’s economy continues to soar
  26. Commentary: Economy unshaken by “Milenyo”
  27. Siquijor PNP conducts lectures on basic law and order to schools
  28. Lumber shipper rounded up for misdeclaration of shipment
  29. DOST-SEI announces 2007 scholarships programs
  30. PPAO strengthens volunteerism in Siquijor
  31. NGO launches project to stop trafficking in persons
  32. ICT now in more public high school classrooms
  33. Importance of statistics underlies celebration
  34. Gov. Garcia bats for infra investments to speed up economy
  35. Senior citizens eye Congress representation
  36. NVizcaya court stops petition of anti-mining groups
  37. NIA Cagayan to file cases vs delinquent farmers
  38. NVizcaya allocates 30 hectares for ‘Hanga’ petroleum tree propagation
  39. NVizcaya implements biometric attendance for employees
  40. Research on your relationships, CFO advises Pinoys
  41. BSP intensifies "Tulong Barya Para sa Eskwela"
  42. DOH warns mothers vs bottle feeding
  43. Nañas airs frustrations over Caraganons' indifference
  44. Surigao Sur officials expressed support for Charter change
  45. Surigao Sur celebrates consumer welfare month
  46. Tandag mayor seeks people’s cooperation
  47. Tago municipal jail awarded best for the year
  48. Surgeons urge women (and men) to undergo regular breast examination
  49. Tourism director shares input to stimulate industry
  50. Pagasa expects 11 more typhoons to hit RP
  51. Dengue cases down in Capiz due to community support
  52. Review of RA 6657 urged
  53. Varela hails Arroyo government for good fiscal policy
  54. Zambo Norte artists to hold art exhibits, lectures
  55. GMA orders typhoon drills in schools
  56. Constitutional reform a must to keep economic momentum, say AdCom
  57. Pag-asa validates sites for installing early warning devices
  58. CDA celebrates Cooperative Month
  59. Search for Filipino inventors is on
  60. NVizcaya town celebrates 146th founding anniversary
  61. NVizcaya mayor welcomes billboards ban
  62. NVizcaya mayor optimistic on country’s economy
  63. TransCo completes several projects for Maguindanao province
  64. GenSan mayor alerts constituents on tropical storm Neneng
  65. Kraft Phil backs health education in Sarangani
  66. Alpha Phi Omega cleans up General Santos Park
  67. DepEd 8 administrators briefed on school-based monitoring for mastery learning
  68. Komentaryo: Pagbibigay ng pondo, pangako ng DBM
  69. Feature: San Isidro's "sikwate" goes commercial
  70. DENR holds consultation to fight illegal logging
  71. BOP surplus seen to exceed $1.8-B
  72. POEA bares 1,500 slots for job applicants to Korea
  73. Congress seeks amendments to housing laws
2006/10/04
  1. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Re Strong peso
  2. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Re Bishop Ramento slay
  3. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye: Re Disaster preparedness
  4. Gov't presents comprehensive super region development strategy to business sector
  5. Strong peso, investor confidence, credit ratings upgrade: Results of aggressive economic programs - Palace
  6. School head admits FFS rice allocation program solves absenteeism and malnutrition
  7. Feature: After a storm – Pinoys rise again
  8. Commentary: The robust peso and “Milenyo”
  9. MisOr chief executives attend to Neneng victims
  10. PGMA welcomes Merrill Lynch assessment of RP economy
  11. Gov’t determined to break impasse in talks with MILF
  12. World Bank approves $410-M loan package for health, education, investment projects
  13. Oro mangroves surveyed
  14. Groups avail of CDO farmer’s field school
  15. Oro plans to construct mini-public market at Canitoan resettlement area
  16. DA to ensure free flow of food supplies in Typhoon Milenyo areas
  17. Construction of Upper Pulangi bridges to resume
  18. Malacañang condemns killers of Bishop Ramento
  19. PGMA orders NDCC to boost up disaster preparedness
  20. Palace sees peso strength a trophy of fiscal reform
  21. Roxas City to inspect billboards
  22. PGMA's faith in Cebuanos a deciding factor to host Asean Summit
  23. Media inspects CICC construction progress
  24. Commentary: On Typhoon Relief Efforts
  25. Gensan commemorates the 43rd Conservation Week
  26. Drugstore pharmacists must be in all the time, says BFAD
  27. Ilocos region’s health generally good, DOH observes
  28. Commentary: Malacanang upholds fiscal autonomy of constitutional commissions
  29. Aklan town holds community dialog on poverty
  30. PAG-Ibig to conduct housing fair
  31. Annual Art for Change contest moves to Cebu
  32. POEA issues advisory for Korean language test
  33. Hundreds register for Korean language test
  34. DOST-SEI scholarships up for grabs
  35. Gov. Lerias awards assistance to additional SEA-K beneficiaries
  36. Government, health authorities intensify drive vs dengue
  37. NDCC to fund Subangdaku River re-channeling
  38. CDIO League advocates Palarong Pambansa 2007
  39. Tampakan life saver gets training on first aid refresher course
  40. ASEAN economists upbeat about RP’s strong economy
  41. Feature: Conscious Filipinos Onward
  42. Growing concern for energy consumers focus of Statistics Month
  43. Forum on population growth, poverty-nexus set
  44. Cebu billboards safe, says city hall
  45. Women augment family income thru LGU livelihood program
  46. NVizcaya launches product seal
  47. Fuel price rollbacks block tricycle fare hike
  48. ASPAP celebrates 15th year of Local Governmentt Code with anti-poverty program
  49. Commentary: There is reason to be cheerful about the economy
  50. Maasin City starts to implement 10-year solid waste management plan
  51. Naval health workers prepare vs lymphatic filariasis
  52. Commentary: A roaring economy of the country
  53. Philippine Travel Exchange showcases travel destinations in Region 8
  54. Gov. Lerias lobbies for livelihood projects in relocation sites
  55. Leyte gears for 62nd Leyte Landings anniversary celebration
  56. Three more remains of CPP-NPA purging victims uncovered
  57. Komentaryo: Humingi ng Resibo campaign, patuloy pa rin
  58. Japan Foundation issues guidelines for fellowship studies
  59. Governance forum links theory, practice
  60. Feature: Teens more focused on adolescent issues
  61. One Network Bank goes Saturday banking
  62. Europeans to invest on energy
  63. DavNor eyed as potential eco-cultural tourism site
2006/10/03
  1. Gov't Infrastructure Forum seen to further improve gov’t relations with business sector
  2. Economists say inflation likely eased in September
  3. Arroyo upbeat about economy
  4. ‘Milenyo’ death toll nears 200 in Philippines
  5. Signal No. 1 over some provinces as ‘Neneng’ continues north
  6. Malacañang intent on dismantling ‘dangerous’ billboards
  7. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye Re: Peace Process
  8. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye Re: Rising Peso
  9. Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye Re: Hazardous Billboards
  10. Cebu wants Visayas nurses exempted in exam retake
  11. MCIAA receives P100-M for infra and airport improvement
  12. Parishes offer prayers every mass for successful ASEAN summit
  13. Fr. Diola calls retake of 2006 nursing board exams unfair
  14. Milenyo leaves hundreds in evacuation centers - RDCC VI
  15. NKTI conducts kidney disease awareness monitoring in Zamboanga
  16. Photo release: Iloilo holds "Piyesta sa Kakahuyan"
  17. Dengue, controlled but still a cause for alarm
  18. Gov Piñol gives out educational equipment, books to New Abra elementary school
  19. TESDA’s center of excellence approved
  20. DOH reports decline in oil-spill related consultations
  21. Analysis: Spot checks on prices in markets, stores necessary
  22. Gov’t vows to pursue peace process with MILF
  23. Discipline, enterprise spirit caused peso rise – Bunye
  24. Identify safe places for billboards, PGMA orders DPWH, NDCC
  25. DepEd chief inagurates Library Hub in Pasig
  26. DepEd to fast track repairs in typhoon-damaged schools
  27. Cebu to bid for world gathering of tourism leaders in 2010
  28. North Cotabato fruit growers prepare for EU market
  29. Global forum on liberty and prosperity set October 18 to 20
  30. Maasin to establish city college soon
  31. Commentary: On nursing board examination retake
  32. Cooperative caravan highlights Region 8 coop month celebration
  33. Samar wins best National Statistics Month province award for 2005
  34. Tampakan honors model families
  35. Tampakan pushes solid waste management program
  36. Tampakan joins 106th Civil Sevice month celebration
  37. General Santos City observes Consumer Welfare Month
  38. 44 reported dead in Quezon province due to supertyphoon Milenyo
  39. Commentary: Bright prospects after Milenyo
  40. Capiz youth TV reporter off to Germany as environment envoy
  41. Commentary: Malacañang appeals for cooperation on nursing exam retake
  42. National statistics month kicks-off in Catbalogan
  43. Feature: Four electric coops in East Visayas are 100% energized
  44. EV tourism website markets, promotes Region 8
  45. Region 8 educators up for academic excellence
  46. RHRDC 8 posts remarkable accomplishments
  47. PDEA launches community service program for minor drug offenders
  48. NIA sues erring Cagayan farmers
  49. DA suspends "Quick Turn Around" program
  50. Police nabs illegal fishermen in Cagayan
  51. Gov't fish cage projects benefit Cagayan folk
  52. Cagayan, Isabela studes win in 2006 regional tourism quiz
  53. Vizcaya studes get disaster management training
  54. Government to regulate recruitment agencies
  55. Payment of ISF under CAP, extended anew
  56. Nueva Vizcaya coop bags national award
  57. NVizcaya entrepreneurs earn P7.1M from trade fair in metropolis
  58. Tacloban to use community-based monitoring system in fight vs poverty
  59. LCE Summit tackles surveillance, prevention of emerging infectious diseases
  60. Komentaryo: Suporta ng Malakanyang sa ChaCha
  61. Gov’t steps in on DOLE stand-off
  62. Revived SPDA gears up for more programs
  63. Gov’t workers invited to housing forum
  64. SPDA now back-on-track
  65. Commentary: Gov’t serious in fight vs. corruption
  66. Applicants for Korea told to report to POEA
  67. Gov’t intensifies call for changes in political system
  68. DepED intensifies dengue prevention in schools
  69. Davao dep't heads to visit major cities this month
2006/10/02
  1. Energy stat, best practices, focus of today’s nat’l stat month opening ceremonies
  2. People’s initiative genuine even with involvement of local executives, say mayors
  3. Shell to cut LPG prices by P2/kg
  4. Peso hits high, Asian currencies dip with yen
  5. Govt's economic plans working, PGMA tells Filipino community in Hawaii
  6. Arroyo to issue order for nursing board partial retake
  7. Gov’t wants to break impasse in talks with Muslim rebels
  8. Typhoon relief efforts will continue until normalcy is restored – Palace
  9. Arroyo confers awards on billiards greats Reyes, Bustamante
  10. Mayor Emano gives all-out support to senior citizens
  11. Matured coconut production posts 0.70% increase in 1Q
  12. Mayor Emano promotes Cagayanon talents, products
  13. Gov't assures assistance for typhoon Milenyo victims
  14. Oro to host Environmental Youth Summit
  15. NEDA conducts forum to push productivity up
  16. Luzon power now 85% restored
  17. Media sets tour of CICC construction progress
  18. Manhunt for wanted Abu Sayyaf leader Janjalani continues
  19. Top world negotiators studying peace options - Dureza
  20. CSC Caraga offers development programs for state workers
  21. 2006 Presidential Lingkod Bayan Awardees bared
  22. OSCA-Butuan celebrates Senior Citizens’ Week
  23. Butuan health office warns public vs dengue
  24. Officials, NGOs lead Caraga tree-planting
  25. Butuan nutrition office implements health programs
  26. Save Mindanao changing lives in Agusan Marsh
  27. OWWA now accepts scholarship applications
  28. Pasalubong Center showcases Pagadian’s pride
  29. Huge income for Zambo Sur thru economic enterprise
  30. P4.8-M earmarked for young learners' food subsidy
  31. Isabela probes unspent funds for drugs, medical supplies in gov't hospitals
  32. Gov. Padaca renews healthcards of 97,000 Isabelino families
  33. "Milenyo" victims going back to normal lives - DSWD
  34. Ifugao LGUs consider RGAFMIS N-GAS
  35. Ifugao civil servants celebrate 106th civil service month
  36. 3 Ifugao auditors receive award for fighting corruption
  37. DepEd Ifugao joins anti–corruption seminar
  38. Local dengue task force reactivated in Abra
  39. JAGS-CT, North Sulawesi trade boosts BIMP-EAGA region
  40. World shipbuilder sets up shop in Subic
  41. 41-IB chief says military veering from military adventurism, now more into economic activities
  42. 6 Kalinga high schools receive new computers
  43. Kalinga tops in Vit A supplementation in CAR
  44. Upsurge of malaria cases reported in Babalag
  45. PESU focuses on environmental measures to control dengue
  46. ALS registers a thousand in Ifugao
  47. POEA to conduct 4th employment permit system for Korean language test
  48. Southern Leyte mulls crafting of children's code
  49. NSO intensifies registration of birth in Mt Province
  50. Bontoc seeks consideration for local applicants to military service
  51. Agri-infra seen to boost economy
  52. 35 EDF-funded Cordillera projects monitored for anti-graft compliance
  53. Maasin starts color-coded waste segregation scheme
  54. Gov't infra monitoring system reorganized
  55. Children face high risks from fuel oil exposure – DOH
  56. CIQS matters set for Glan-Tahuna-Bitung shipping route
  57. Police say Sultan Kudarat remains peaceful
  58. Recto bats for exemption of Vis-Min passers from nursing ‘re-test’
  59. Baguio police forces carry on crime preventions, give recognition
  60. Ifugao is relatively graft-free, says official
  61. DPWH Ifugao says no way to graft and corruption
  62. Kalinga teachers train on ICT
  63. Kalinga OSYs go hightech
  64. NIA-CAR proposes super region irrigation projects
  65. Preparations for 1st Silk Fashion Show underway
  66. NIA extends condonation of irrigation fees
  67. Consumernet marks Consumer Welfare Month
  68. Kalinga wins PGSP awards
  69. Military rescues 15 families from Kananga flood
  70. Military helps in delivery of basic services to people
  71. Commentary: A call to keep the Bayanihan spirit alive and well
  72. Feature: Alay Lakad fund gives opportunity for OSYs to become productive
  73. Sto. Nino SPED kids reign in 1st Pintados inter-school cheer dance competition
  74. Leyte NSO enlists in 17th national stat month fete
  75. Eleven water projects under KALAHI-CIDSS completed in Region 8
2006/10/01
  1. Four Tindahan Natin operators granted loans by Tacloban gov't
  2. Int'l tour operator lauds tourism potentials of Region 8
  3. People, LGUs clamor for power restoration
  4. Japanese volunteers offer services to LGUs
  5. Petilla bats for professionalization of vocational, technical occupations
  6. Lady solon dreams of making the mentally challenged become more productive
  7. Feature: Bethel int'l school in Tacloban prepares children for the modern world
  8. Tacloban dad hosts dialogue on senior citizen’s affairs

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