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PIA Monthly News Archive

News Headlines for July 2005

2005/07/30

  1. Vege diet promotes healthy lifestyle
  2. Tanauan begins Pasaka festivities
  3. Commentary: Philippines to spend P9B for Chacha by Concon
  4. Bohol EcoGov equips environment workers thru IEC workshop
  5. Tagbilaran issues last warning for "swertres"
  6. Leyte civil society leaders meet on political and constitutional reforms
2005/07/29
  1. Leyte validates tourism attractions
  2. Japan Red Cross youth donate to EV students
  3. PNP declares Antique jueteng-free
  4. Comelec holds pre-ARMM elections press confab in Zamboanga
  5. First milk processing plant in Iloilo breaks ground
  6. NFA Bacolod monitors rice outlets
  7. LandBank Bacolod starts online system for gov't employee loans
  8. Bullish investor outlook underscores RP economy's resiliency
  9. Palace on latest Pulse results: Who paid for the survey?
  10. Pinoys weary of attempts to link PGMA to jueteng - Bunye
  11. PGMA encourages Cha-cha proponents, detractors to debates
  12. KALAHI convergence: A formula to beat poverty and insurgency
  13. Commentary: An improved political system makes a better Philippines
  14. Timog Cotabato, di apektado ng krisis politika
  15. Panibagong isyu sa jueteng, binalewala ng Palasyo
  16. Antique NGOs strengthens barangay justice advocates
  17. STUFAP benefits 35 schools in Region 8
  18. OCD Isabela leads observance of disaster consciousness month
  19. Commentary: Government needs courteous public servants
  20. Cagayan search for outstanding volunteer on
2005/07/28
  1. Commentary: Should Charter change start with opposition?
  2. High impact projects highlight Nutrition Month celebration
  3. DOH warns public vs leptospirosis in floodwaters
  4. BPH blood bank saves gov't hospital patients in Tacloban
  5. Commentary: Changes and Differences
  6. Kabankalan chief executive, others awarded by DOH
  7. Marine protected area launched
  8. RP economy's health rests on steady revenue
  9. Palace apologizes to media on PGMA's presscon misunderstandings
  10. Archbishop Cruz, witnesses proved nothing - Palace
  11. Cha-cha is PGMA's battlecry for brighter Philippines - Palace
  12. Gov't launches One Town One Product program
  13. What's in store for MSMEs?
  14. Gov't setting stage for eCommerce Act
  15. DTI-7 heats up campaign for pirate-free malls
  16. Commentary: Cha-cha info and education campaign must begin
  17. The metamorphosis of Sto. Tomas
  18. DOST announces e-training for science, math teachers
  19. RDCC XI, DCDCC to recognize disaster heroes, NGO's, and volunteers
  20. RDCC XI sets tree planting activity
  21. Nationwide earthquake safety drill set for disaster month observance
  22. Ombudsman optimistic alleged mulcting issue will not be whitewashed
  23. Ombudsman meager resources not an obstacle in doing its job
  24. NSO releases update on commercial fishing operations
  25. DPWH: ROW procedures should be followed
  26. Sec Dureza asks CPP-NPA to end armed struggle
2005/07/27
  1. AGI-ORSITE team doing the rounds in PNP stations
  2. Prov’l gov’t to support SMEs in Capiz
  3. Capiz wet cropping rice harvest expected soon
  4. Negros Occ. gov't scholar tops agri licensure exam
  5. Philippines to celebrate White Cane Safety Day
  6. OP to concentrate on gov't issues - Bunye
  7. Palace on peso, rates uncertainties: "Philippines is imbued with resiliency"
  8. Malacañang confident best opinions can be derived for Cha-cha
  9. Zambo dried fish processor reaps success through gov't intervention
  10. Commentary: It is time to move forward
  11. NSO conducts nationwide survey on employment
  12. Commentary: PGMA resolve remains firm
  13. LCDE conducts medical mission in remote Eastern Visayas area
  14. Bataan police-community partnership puts criminality under control
  15. Ex rebel turns community peacekeeper
  16. Commentary: Sidelights of the SONA
  17. PAL exec sees bullish airline industry
  18. DOT launches tourists protection program
  19. Maragusan seeks reconsideration from DPWH Sec. for road conversion
  20. Maragusan welcomes foreign immersionists
  21. Municipal and commercial fishing operations in 2002
  22. Mayor Duterte is hopeful, political crisis will soon end
  23. GMA is strong, tough - ULAMA
  24. PGMA shows political will to respond to economic ills
2005/07/26
  1. Komentaryo: Sa isyu ng SONA ni PGMA
  2. Aug. 2 declared holiday in Kabankalan
  3. Cadiz cites driver for honesty
  4. Commentary: Less talk, more action
  5. Cha-cha not about PGMA survival, graceful exit - Bunye
  6. Palace to Erap: "Constructive action, not political venom"
  7. Impeachment complaint dead on the water - Palace
  8. Bioprospecting now a regulated activity, Defensor says
  9. DENR steps up drive for clean air
  10. Gov't livelihood loan assistance boon to small entrepeneurs
  11. Komentaryo: SONA lalong nagpatibay sa Pangulo
  12. KEPCO pours in over P40m to light up barangays
  13. NFA rice now sold in Caluya Island
  14. Capiz farmers to participate in rice distribution
  15. PGMA’s SONA pushes for Charter Change
  16. Iloilo strategy highlights good governance, responsible citizenship
  17. Coca-Cola Foundation backs government social infrastructure
  18. Students laud SONA
  19. Disadvantaged claim education in salvation
  20. Commentary: Arroyo administration welcomes impeachment complaint
  21. Commentary: SONA vs. TSONA
  22. The dawning of hot pan de sal in Tomoaong
  23. Songs of Davao mountains
  24. Shattering a hundred years of apathy
  25. USEP alumni link industry with world of work
  26. Gov't endorses OTOP
  27. Davao businessmen call for improved traffic
  28. Transco favors US710M capital expense cap
  29. Envoy urges Mindanaoans to tap mining
  30. Stronger BIR-LGUs role in tax collections sought
  31. Dureza urges people to listen to PGMA
  32. Dad lauds GOs, NGOs for success in NDPR celebration
  33. Doña Remedios Trinidad may be a new town but it is bustling with activities
  34. Palawan SMED center pasisinayaan
  35. Palawan governor delivers SOPA
  36. PGMA: Time to start great debate for charter change
  37. Fariñas maintains support for GMA; protesters hold anti-GMA rally
  38. RDC-8 supports food fortification law
  39. Analysis: Charter change binigyang diin sa SONA ni Pangulong Arroyo
  40. Central Visayas peaceful on SONA day - PNP
2005/07/25
  1. SPES, a success in Region 8
  2. Arroyo delivers SONA before Congress
  3. Cadizville: Socialized housing for gov't employees
  4. Academe commits to develop proficient graduates in ICT
  5. SMEs eyed as viable clients for ICT
  6. KALAHI-CIDSS Sulat soars high
  7. Gov't scholar thanks CHED
  8. Muslim vendors receive financial assistance from PSWO
  9. Talingaan pupils get new school
  10. Entrepreneur finds hope in chichacorn making
  11. Investments continue to pour in Cebu
  12. Concepcion town certified GO-FAR model
  13. DENR 6 contributes to gov't coffers
  14. 238 Siquijor students avail of summer job program
  15. PhilRice develops new disease-resistant, Vitamin A-rich rice variety
  16. DBM releases P1M for Apo Island environment workers' pay
  17. Commentary: What to expect from the most anticipated PGMA SONA
  18. Commentary: PGMA delivers her 5th SONA today
  19. Ping's TSONA reflects grim outlook of opposition
2005/07/23
  1. Rebuilding a tribal village
  2. Rains of water for Tulalian
  3. DLR launches barangay animal technician training
  4. KABISIG Mindanao supports PGMA
  5. Blind sees a living in massage services
  6. DavNor up for CROWN
  7. Quedancor to extend loans to mango farmers
  8. San Roque Mango Processors Cooperative to go big time
  9. Muslim, Christian views should be given importance - Biazon
  10. P565-M power projects in Davao region
  11. 46,000 agrarian reform farmers benefit from Philhealth program
  12. KALAHI: Making a difference for the people of Bongbong
  13. Liberating Libertad Sur
2005/07/22
  1. Iloilo City crime rate down by 30.76%
  2. Banaoang irrigation project in full swing, benefits 60,000 farmers - NIA
  3. Tulay ng Pangulo bridge inaugurated in Cadiz
  4. YOU, leftists grandstand; PGMA stays on course
  5. PhilHealth-10 trailblazes in indigent enrollment
  6. Maranao lass strives to become a professional agriculturist
  7. Oro opens another ‘Tulay Sa Pangulo’
  8. Dairying: A promising business in Normin
  9. Seaweeds industry booms in western Pangasinan
  10. Valencia farmers now benefiting from P15-M post-harvest facility
  11. Komentaryo: Sa isyu ng paglutang ng YOU
  12. RP has blueprint to attract foreign investments
  13. Malacañang tags NDF a terrorist organization
  14. Palace confident AFP is loyal, apolitical
  15. SEA-K brings people to tears of joy
  16. Sorsogon urges DA-BFAR to stop commercial fishing in Burias and Ticao Pass
  17. Comelec automation of registration process cleans voters list; clean, honest elections expected
  18. DTI-Biliran opens SME center
  19. PGMA KALAHI program benefits Pinabacdao barangays
  20. Observe rule of law, Samar mayor says
  21. Vendor says PGMA needs to focus on restoring credibility
  22. 21 ARB dependents avail Macapagal scholarship
  23. Capiz search for government scholars on
  24. Far-flung barangays benefit from PGMA schools in every barangay program
  25. Village officials laud PGMA bridge program
  26. Business group praises, thanks PGMA
  27. Region XII ComNet to rev up Central Mindanao image
  28. Tulay ng Pangulo boosts Sarangani village economy
  29. Sual town, DOE finalize pact for P20-M lighting
  30. Outstanding SME in Pangasinan employs 90 locals
  31. P1M gov’t fund helps bull vendors in Manaoag
  32. CHED at work of pursuing quality education
  33. Land reform transforms woman farmer's life
  34. Quedancor hogs-growing project helps OSYSs
  35. Bicol provinces join forces vs illegal fishing in Burias Pass and Ticao Pass
  36. Spanish embassy issues statement of support for GMA
  37. Komentaryo: Palasyo seryoso sa Truth Commission
  38. Bishop Du reiterates CBCP stand
  39. DOLE grants P300,000 livelihood assistance under poverty-free zone program
  40. Indigenous students in Bais find hope in PGMA's scholarship program
  41. Lugait happy over 3 PGMA bridges
  42. Nanay Bebing’s life made better by SEA-K
  43. Opol farmers’ coop gets stewardship contracts
  44. Naawan residents benefit from new water supply system
  45. Lugait: TESDA’s top partner in tech-voc education, skills promotion in Normin
  46. Self-employment: Answer to disabled persons’ job placement woes
  47. Hope for the mountain people
  48. There's still money in rice farming
  49. GFIs, private banks to help SMEs access to funds
  50. BIR-RDO's enforces 12-point tax agenda
  51. Duterte: Despite the political turmoil, we can't abandon peace
  52. 'GMA 50' provides cheap medicines for the poor
  53. Thank you for the shelter homes, Madame President - ADAP
  54. Komentaryo: Ekonomiya muling umaangat
2005/07/21
  1. Brewing hope in the wilderness
  2. BEAM Distance Learning Program launched
  3. The farmer-trainers of Maragusan Valley
  4. DA urges accreditation of mango classifiers
  5. Members of Truth Commission must come from credible sectors
  6. Gov't, business sector teaches SME's how to do right business
  7. BIR RDO 113 collects P1.7B surpasses goal for 1st half of 2005
  8. LBP's P990M loan facility to generate job employment opportunities
  9. Gov't establishes a Strong Republic
  10. DPWH steps up pace of Mindanao projects
  11. Truth commission beneficial to all
  12. DSWD prioritizes 10 barangays in Caibiran for KALAHI-CIDSS:KKB project
  13. DTI moves to stabilize prices and protect consumers
  14. Government sets $15 million for energy conservation program
  15. RP call centers post robust growth vs. regional counterparts
  16. RP exports up by 9%
  17. RP posts 4.6% growth in 1st quarter 2005
  18. 22 houses awarded to Gawad-Kalinga beneficiaries in Talisay City
  19. Talisay City wins 2004 Green Banner award
  20. Malacañang calls on nation to give the "truth commission" a chance
  21. RP rises in competitiveness ratings
  22. Party-list stuck to majority to shed off stigma with Reds - Palace
  23. Palace on Cam's missing son: "This is the best ever"
  24. Most politicians are born skeptics - Palace
  25. Commentary: Mutual reinforcement
  26. OWWA helps chart better future for OFW children
  27. Guimaras gas operator credits RO-RO for growing business
  28. Lake Sebu villagers benefit from solar power
  29. Commentary: PGMA bails out insurance pre-need mess; earmarks P1.4B
  30. Pangulo handang humarap sa Truth Commission
  31. Mindanao leaders to imperial Manila: The voice of Mindanao should be heard
  32. Councilors' League vows to support PGMA
  33. Water springs eternal in 3335 households in Siquijor
  34. CARP emancipates Sumaculob couple from poverty
  35. Commentary: Change is constant; to be viewed towards development
2005/07/20
  1. Manobos happy over classroom construction
  2. Misocc farmers cite edge in growing hybrid rice
  3. Opol farmers coop goes into dairy goat production
  4. Why Lala lemoncito growers are in smiles
  5. Normin farmers attribute high yield to DA’s IPM technology
  6. WV posts second highest STUFAP grantees
  7. Schooling opportunity for poor families
  8. POEA warns applicants for Korea vs illegal recruiters
  9. Hari ng antigong muwebles nasa La Union
  10. Is Diwal’s return for good?
  11. Negrenses find jobs through DOLE
  12. Bacolod peace and order situation stable - PNP
  13. Health Plus reaches poor communities in Antique
  14. NFA's Bigasan ni Gloria benefits Antiqueños
  15. Gov't to pursue second phase of economic agenda
  16. Garcia calls Osmena "befuddled"
  17. John O. sourgraping over his loss - Palace
  18. People who have something to hide fear National ID system
  19. Palace questions Pulse Asia's timing
  20. Truth commission would set things straight - Bunye
  21. Governors' support for GMA has no concessions - Gov. Lerias
  22. KALAHI CIDSS lights up 113 households in Enrique Villanueva
  23. GenSan reaffirms interest in sewerage facility
  24. DENR says Sarangani Bay will remain a protected seascape
  25. Privatization of gov't assets, a big boost to economy
  26. "We will never advocate violence" - Bishop Gutierrez
  27. PGMA calls for unity, reconciliation; opposition plans SONA walk-out, rally
  28. More BOT projects in Oro feasible, says BOT Center
  29. DA-Bukidnon, Korean experts hold training on honeybee culture
  30. Camiguin ships more bananas to Cebu and Oro
  31. New Bukidnon police chief vows to help threatened journalists
  32. Army’s 403rd IB strengthens deployment of CAFGUs in Bukidnon
  33. Malaybalay anti-terror measures in place, says police chief
  34. OPAPP revises list of ‘peace agreement’ barangays
  35. Leyte barangay folks get their first safe water
  36. Street protests picture democracy in action?
  37. Commentary: Over the hump
2005/07/19
  1. Palace on RP economy: "We are back on track"
  2. Malacañang does not agree with leaving Palace officials' premises
  3. Senior citizens enjoy 5% discount on basic commodities
  4. Iloilo infra construction remains on track
  5. Palawan ceremonial turn-over to Region 6 set for August 18 - RDC
  6. Bacolod IT team to meet with telecom companies and schools
  7. NDA establishes milk processing plant in Negros Occidental
  8. P1-billion for potable water projects in Negros
  9. Energy conservation pushed
  10. Unos pulitika malalampasan din - Palayso
  11. Bohol launches e-library
  12. Gov't agencies on double time to address food poisoning victims
  13. Palace doubts opposition, allies could draw half of pro-PGMA rallies
  14. Opposition, anti-PGMA group forced to follow impeachment process - Malacañang
  15. Latest Cabinet "irrevocable resignations disservice to people" - Bunye
  16. Bicol economy grows 6.3% in 2004
  17. CODE-SME presents Caraga development gains
  18. Butuan supports DENR
  19. Energy conservation is still the best way, says DOE chief
  20. Commentary: Survival of the President
  21. Commentary: Disagreements among opposition groups' end-game
  22. Muslim vendors receive financial assistance from PSWO
  23. Community-based garden to boost nutrition program
  24. Rehabilitation center for disabled proposed in Antique
  25. Capiz allots P73.6 million for 2005 projects
  26. Health services more accessible for far-flung folks
  27. Gov't determined to stop corruption
  28. Virgin coco oil brings women empowerment, economic breakthrough
  29. Mango growers hold marketing conference
  30. Mango growers and buyers to meet for the first time
  31. High-quality chairs and desks proudly made by PWDs
  32. Equality empowers men, women in various economic opportunities
  33. RRD stresses tri-people approach for Mindanao
  34. Sining Lila: Acts of women give meaning to peace
  35. DOT launches STOP and TURISTA projects for tourists
2005/07/18
  1. CHED-7: 3T college students in CV benefit from gov't financial assistance
  2. RKCG-I extends P29M-worth KALAHI projects
  3. Ilocos priest urges forgiveness for GMA
  4. QUEDANCOR gives credit card to clients
  5. Visayas' governors affirm Gloria support
  6. Constitution, nation will weather challenge - Palace
  7. Afable to focus as peace negotiator - Bunye
  8. 406 students in CV find hope in PGMA Scholarship program
  9. Disaster plans in Oriental Negros already in place
  10. Rotary links barangay high school to info highway
2005/07/17
  1. Commentary: Luneta rally - Nation united in prayer, upholding rule
  2. Leyte showcases 14 OTOPs at SME Expo 2005
  3. Water contamination solved as automatic “tubig” opens
  4. Farmers harvest from sweat of their “palms”
  5. Bohol SK, student leaders sign manifesto for PGMA
  6. Dreams crumble as landslide hits Bohol cutflower capital
  7. CV youth launches SPNM in support of Constitution
2005/07/16
  1. PNP, AFP pinuri ni PGMA
2005/07/15
  1. 6,000 new jobs generated at Clark Economic Zone
  2. DOLE grants Php1.2 million livelihood assistance to women coop
  3. New disease-resistant and vitamin A-rich rice variety developed by Philrice
  4. OWWA Tuloy Aral project helps former OFW's dependents
  5. Commentary: Manila is not the Philippines
  6. Negros supports PGMA bridges program
  7. Arroyo's "Education for All" builds 10T classrooms
  8. Government readies ports for influx of tourists
  9. Wind farm to operate soon in San Carlos City
  10. Lilipas din ang unos pulitika - Palayso
  11. Capiz exceeds registration, license collection
  12. 187,273 Iloilo households now energized
  13. July 18 to 24 is Small and Enterprise Development Week
  14. POEA-6 reports 2.54% hike in processed contract for overseas work
  15. DBM-Caraga launches "PC Ng Bayan"
  16. UNICEF approves .27-M RCWC-LPID 2005 budget
  17. Gains cited from 10-point legacy agenda
  18. Pagadian installs surveillance cameras vs criminals
  19. BFAR-9 receives $2M patrol vessel
  20. Army cited for best alternative literacy program in Region 8
  21. Mindanao leaders reiterate warning to form a new republic
  22. Left-leaning organizations in Cebu down
  23. DOLE 7 aims to meet annual target of generating 43,000 jobs
  24. OWWA 7: No reports on planned boycott of dollar remittances by OFWs
  25. Land reform uplifts farmers’ lives thru hiked productivity, income
  26. Capiz livestock, poultry declared disease-free
  27. Komentaryo: Anti-GMA rally, isang pagsasamantala at pang-aabuso sa demokrasya
  28. SocSKSarGen's largest association pleads PGMA to stay
  29. Visayas govs: Visayans' fate must not be dictated by minority in Metro Manila
  30. PGMA's new economic team to get reforms on track
  31. Malacañang on 'Erap tapes': "Let the law take its course"
  32. Palace calls on Pinoys to join hands
  33. DENR: Sarangani Bay to remain a protected area
  34. 420 pass CSC career service exam in Davao
  35. CSC disclaims holding review classes
  36. Malaysian Airlines considers reviving its Davao route
  37. DA to farmers: Learn to do business, generate employment
  38. CLOAs distributed to 1,003 farmers in Cateel
  39. Kakayahan Fair '05 for PWDs at Davao SM City mall
  40. City honors outstanding barangays, brgy nutrition scholars
  41. Bicolano leaders back PGMA
  42. Search for top scouts on
  43. Supplemental feeding for malnourished kids set in 4 depressed Bicol barangays
  44. Sorsogon PCWDP all set for NDPR week observance
  45. CSC Bicol now processing eligibility applications under special laws
  46. 17 SMEs in Bicol to join SM Megamall expo
  47. DOH Bicol warns vs transaction with 10 identified unlicensed drug suppliers
  48. Central Visayas wage earners to get additional COLA
  49. NFA Dumaguete assures enough rice supply for lean months
2005/07/14
  1. Commentary: Looking forward to normalcy
  2. Cebu support for PGMA continues
  3. DOLE VI aids 24,000 find jobs
  4. PGEA orients state workers on land acquisition, housing programs
  5. Zero crime in Lanao Sur, Marawi since release of kidnap victim
  6. Lanao Norte first couple defends Arroyo
  7. Sallam Radio opens in Marawi
  8. Caraga holds peace-dev’t rally
  9. Oro to host Mindanao leaders summit on proposed ‘Mindanao Republic’ and federal gov’t
  10. Zubiri to meet 403rd Brigade chief on peacekeeping plan
  11. DOE chief to tackle oil price issues in ‘Klarohon ‘Ta!’
  12. DOLE intensifies enforcement of labor standard laws in Normin
  13. Better hospitals from north to south
  14. Negros government scholars plant trees
  15. Styrofoam as incubator?
  16. Negros town eyes projects for 2005
  17. Butuan CDCC conducts earthquake drill
  18. Surfing capital conducts disaster preparedness workshop
  19. GSIS now accepts secondary evidences
  20. Another Mindanao is possible, says MCW
  21. OTOP takes off in Aklan
  22. Symposium on anti-jueteng drive slated in Sorsogon
  23. Arroyo tapat pa rin sa sinumpaang tungkulin - Palasyo
  24. Palasyo muling nag-apila para sa pagkakaisa
  25. Sorsogon nagiging mapagbantay sa insidente ng bird flu
  26. Leyte solon urges wise spending as EVAT law takes effect
  27. Komentaryo: Sa isyu ng Pulse Asia survey
  28. Economic threats temporary - Bunye
  29. PGMA commends PNP, AFP for peaceful rally
  30. RP economic fundamentals remain solid - Bunye
  31. Survey results, no surprise - Palace
  32. Region 8 mediamen join NSTW celebration video conferencing
  33. Malaysian tourism official projects high tourism growth in the Asean regions
  34. Political turmoil no effect on the tourism industry
  35. MBC: Mindanao Republic, a radical move but appropriate time to do it
  36. Health stations provided to Cateel farmers
  37. ULAMAs to work with DOH on RH
  38. 31st Nutrition month focuses on good nutrition early in life
  39. New set of officers of ARENA XI for 2005-2006 inducted
  40. Leaders to push for Mindanao independence incase of power grab
2005/07/13
  1. Commentary: "Imperial Manila" is not the Philippines
  2. Roxas City pushes sustainable diwal dev’t to benefit small fisherfolk
  3. AFP stands solid behind PGMA - CENCOM CO
  4. DLR Sorsogon scholars among leading COSTAPRO graduates in Bicol
  5. Bacolod barangay wins environment award
  6. Commentary: Time to go back to business of nation building
  7. Commentary: Opposition must examine conscience too
  8. Zambo hails Teves appointment
  9. DSWD announces NDPR week celebration
  10. DTI prepares presentation for EDC
  11. DOE chief to tackle oil price issues in "Klarohon 'Ta!"
  12. Butuan peace and development rally set
  13. Negative rating, malaking dagok sa Pilipinas
  14. CBCP no-quit call a blow to opposition
  15. RP to withstand question of confidence - Malacañang
  16. Palace won't dignify Drilon's allegations
  17. PGMA to stand by Constitution
  18. DepEd VIII fetes stakeholders
  19. Manila's unceasing protests might lead to smaller republics
  20. Army to remain apolitical
  21. NFA reorients accredited outlets
  22. NFA Antique intensifies palay procurement operations
  23. BIR "no audit" program intensified
  24. Antique intensifies campaign vs dengue
  25. PGMA-GSIS "Bahay Ko" program, a key to "dream come true"
  26. Tarlac not easily influenced, says mayor
  27. Region 8 bet to national award is a Samar mobile sir
  28. Local executives back legal process to resolve political conflict
  29. City PNP mobilizes community in fight against crime
  30. Davao region towns join health campaign
  31. CBCP's stand stabilizes the country
  32. Feedmill in KALAHI village
  33. MBC: Any change in leadership should be in accordance with the Constitution
  34. Ombudsman's program to fight corruption
  35. Economic crisis might effect participants to the Kadayawan Festival
  36. No horse fight during during Kadayawan Festival
  37. Pag-IBIG Fund Mindanao top performer in the country
  38. E-center opens in Maitum to boost economy
2005/07/12
  1. DTI-XII welcomes Aquino as new secretary
  2. Commentary: Remaining Silent
  3. Family drug abuse prevention program (FDAPP) launched in Bacolod
  4. Bacolod City tourism office announces multi-event competition
  5. National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation week celebration set
  6. Post-conflict communities continue to be isolated, even from centralist issues
  7. Region 8 leaders commend CBCP
  8. DOH urged community clean-up to reduce dengue cases
  9. DOST leads Science and Technology Week celebrations
  10. DOT launches STOP and TURISTA
  11. PATSARRD, DLR conduct 2nd KALAHI ManCom in Surigao Norte
  12. CHR, Balay Rehab Center conduct orientation on IDPs
  13. SOLCOM-AFP to counter NPA offensive in Quezon
  14. Transfer of Palawan to Western Visayas grouping underway
  15. Central Visayas posts 6% increase in exports for first quarter
  16. Workers, employers benefit from DOLE family welfare program
  17. OWWA “Tuloy Aral” project helps former OFW’s dependents
  18. 43rd IB remains steadfast to constitution - Ltc. Farnacio
  19. Samar mothers urged to weigh kids regularly
  20. VG Redaja reacts to calls for PGMA resignation
  21. New P250-M Cogon market opens
  22. Comelec officials deny 2004 poll fraud allegations in Lanao Sur
  23. Comelec monitors campaign activities in ARMM
  24. Marawi on red alert, but remains peaceful
  25. Don’t be swayed by black propaganda - Mindanao solon
  26. ARMM leaders express support for GMA
  27. DOLE generates jobs for disabled persons, students
  28. Bukidnon passes law to benefit women, kids
  29. LMP-Misor cites strong alliance among members, pushes computerization of LGU functions
  30. Production of matured coconuts drops, but green coco up
  31. NPA minor recruits surrender in Leyte
  32. Commentary: Anti-GMA forces inflicting more damage unto themselves
  33. Komentaryo: CBCP statement, dagok sa anti-GMA forces
  34. Komentaryo: Dapat idulog ang hinaing sa tamang proseso
  35. DOH asks health workers' vigilance amidst bird flu incidence
  36. RP suffers after Cabinet 10's melodramatic exit - Bunye
  37. Malacañang to Cory: "Refrain from issuing statements that worsen political tension"
  38. Palace to Drilon: "We are not that gullible"
  39. PGMA supports shift to parliamentary gov't
  40. Commentary: Much ado about calls for GMA resignation, as economy staggers
  41. DOST XI orients media on biotech
  42. P2.8-M village coco mill to alleviate poverty in Don Marcelino, Davao del Sur
  43. Sort of stabilized the situation - Nograles
  44. Coffee shops as alternative "tambayan"
  45. Durian coffee to invade key cities
  46. Join disability week, dad urges NGOs
  47. Dureza: Governance continues
  48. Local chiefs meet to form a Mindanao position
  49. Barangay information centers create ripples
  50. SEAFDEC scientists launch books, manuals
2005/07/11
  1. DepEd, Neg. Occidental hold medical mission in Candoni
  2. Certified rice seeds distributed to Kabankalan farmers
  3. Commentary: A nation of laws
  4. P600 milyon inilaan para sa PGMA micro-financing program
  5. PGMA back to the business of governance
  6. Transport between Palawan and Panay urged
  7. Botika ng Barangay: Your nearest drugstore selling lowcost medicines
  8. SME Expo 2005 to highlight SME week celebration
  9. Zamboanga to host 5th Mindanao shippers conference, national forum
  10. Issue on resigned Cabinet members a closed book - OPS
  11. Protests will not shake Government - Palace
  12. CBCP decision a serious blow to "PGMA resign" move
  13. After CBCP: PGMA shows humility, calls for reconciliation and unity
  14. USEC Drilon tasks SEAFDEC for more relevant technologies
  15. SEAFDEC back in shape, pursues strategic programs
  16. PGMA stresses gratefulness to CBCP’s moral guidance
  17. Commentary: Let’s listen to the Bishops collective voice
  18. Dairy project brings hope to KAPANIG women
  19. Dumaguete holds seminar on child domestic work
  20. Bayawan inaugurates 1st wastewater treatment plant for communal sewage in RP
  21. Arroyo thanks CBCP for "guidance and wisdom"
  22. PGMA, nananatiling matatag
  23. Leyte LP stalwart backs PGMA
2005/07/09
  1. PNP sets nationwide entrance exams
  2. NFA warns vs repackaged NFA rice
  3. Cotabato PNP scores vs criminality
  4. NFA helps Koronadal farmers
  5. Leyte solon, Leyte gov for GMA
  6. Tripartite board holds consultations on wages
  7. Commentary: The nation shall overcome the political storm
  8. Commentary: Cabinet revamp to regain GMA trust
  9. More goats for Davao del Norte
  10. US $42 million for Abaga-Maramag-Bunawan project restored
  11. PGMA must appoint immediately replacements for cabinet members who resigned - Atty. Cariaga
  12. Unwilling witnesses, faulty charges cause dismissal of cases
  13. P1.8-M water system for waterless Malagamot, Rep. Garcia provides funds for villagers
  14. Davao 6-month tax collections hit Pl.7-B
2005/07/08
  1. Evangelical council supports PGMA, calls for rule of law to prevail
  2. Bacolod marks rehabilitation week
  3. PGMA condemns London explosions
  4. Foreign reserves increase proof of RP's economic resiliency
  5. Cabinet revamp to reinvigorate, rebuild PGMA's top work force
  6. Let’s support GMA, says Cong. Mercado
  7. Maj. Gen. Palparan is an outstanding Southern Leyteno for military service
  8. CNG buses to hit roads soon
  9. GOCCs' 1st quarter earnings cuts deficit by 19%
  10. Small water districts to benefit from LWUA-JICA cooperation program
  11. OFW deployment exceeds 1st semester mark
  12. NFA assures enough rice supply even for lean months
  13. DBM 8 launches PC ng Bayan
  14. Commentary: A show of unity and respect of law
  15. Cichirya, long considered as a junk food, is not bad to the health after all
  16. DND, AFP implementing RP defense reform program
  17. ARCs’ projects improve lives of farmers
  18. The crisis will come to pass
  19. PGMA willing to face impeachment case
  20. Commentary: SONA signals a fresh start for government
  21. Commentary: Light at the end of the tunnel
  22. Rice price is low, NFA says
  23. NFA deploys palengke watch teams
  24. LMP Bohol wants due process for PGMA
  25. 700 Bohol workers fail to get GSIS ecards
  26. GSIS explains arrearages for "Bahay Ko" payments
  27. "Anti-malnutrition" snags as DepEd suspends order
  28. Central Visayas to focus on Phase 2 of economic reform agenda
  29. Antique raises avian flu alert
  30. RO-RO transport system helps stabilize prizes
  31. PGMA One-Town-One-Product opens doors for more job opportunities
  32. BIR Antique overshoots collection goal
  33. Antique health office intensifies campaign vs dengue
  34. Antique's "Patak Asin" nets 98% usage for iodized salt
  35. Tarsiers in Oro?
  36. Foreign hoteliers, restaurateurs to gather in Oro for Kumbira 2005
  37. Mambajao marks 150th Charter Day
  38. NMIS holds reg’l meat processing tilt
  39. NIA marks 42nd anniversary, cites top performing personnel
  40. Search continues for Normin’s top volunteers
  41. Strictly enforce building laws, OCD tells LGUs
  42. DOLE-10 generates 167,647 jobs in 2nd semester of 2004
  43. Lack of political will noted among LGUs in anti-illegal fishing drive
  44. Aklan commodities enough; price increase in some items noted
  45. Former Calbayog City PNP is Jaycees outstanding police officer
  46. Bohol council conducts disaster school on air
  47. Commentary: We cannot afford a change in leadership now; People power, not again!
  48. DBP cedes P1.017-M for first Mindanao forest rehab
  49. DPWH inaugurates SONA school building in Siquijor
  50. Surgical mission "Operation Share III" to visit Siquijor
  51. Malnutrition rate in NegOr declines
  52. Public urged to be on guard vs dengue
  53. Local price coordinating councils to be reactivated in Region 8
  54. RDCC XI starts NDCM with a bang
  55. Town mayor uplifts poverty by participatory government
  56. Grew Minerals Philippines to buy Apex Mining Corporation
  57. Baganga agrarian reform farmers to enjoy ample water supply
  58. Final activities for Disability Week now in place
  59. Large-scale mining industries to generate US$1.7M investments in Mindanao
  60. Palasyo, natuwa sa maagang pagtalakay sa EVAT TRO
  61. Labo MDCC eyes second national award
  62. Army unit tumbles down illegally cut lumbers
  63. Buhi Youth Plan, 1st in Bicol region
  64. Villafuerte urges LGU support to agri-business
  65. Pagasa to set up regional offices throughout the country
  66. RDCC-5 spearheads observance of disaster consciousness month
2005/07/07
  1. Fatal truth on smoking disregarded by many
  2. Calinog town tops nutrition award
  3. SMEs gain headway in Capiz
  4. TIDECO: A success story
  5. Butuan City and AgNor coops validate support to PGMA
  6. NSO-Caraga releases 2002 census for agriculture, fisheries
  7. Malacañang belittles perception game
  8. Most environment-friendly schools, barangays named in Bacolod
  9. US Embassy invites Bacolod mayor to July 4th celebration
  10. PNP-7: No reports of police officers or men set to join oust-PGMA calls
  11. Brawner to Comelec
  12. Disaster preparedness begins in the family - OCD
  13. Safe Ka Ba? info campaign takes off, focuses on preparedness
  14. NFA assures sufficient rice during lean months
  15. Capiz coco farmers inspired by products' market demand
  16. Australian investors cautious of local security
  17. Ilocos lawyers support peaceful means to resolve Gloriagate scandal
  18. PNP steps up monitoring of NPA movements
  19. Top NPA leader, two others surrender to Army's 43rd IB
  20. Commentary: Calls for PGMA resignation represent not the majority
  21. Sarangani banks on SMEs to boost economic growth
  22. Leyte PDCC hosts disaster management seminar workshop
  23. Regional executives, indigenous people reaffirm full support for PGMA
  24. SMEs have minimal value-added contribution
  25. SBC to release P2 B for MSMEs
  26. Mayors renew vows to protect remaining forest
  27. Incubation centers for IT graduates
  28. Brokenshire BizSite to serve SMEs
  29. Manay gold-rush site to be closed
  30. New Bataan IP's welcome mining exploration
  31. Davao governors express full support for PGMA
  32. I will not abandon the President - RRD
  33. Davao children get biggest protection under Duterte administration
  34. MGB XI sees $4M revenues this year
  35. Ombudsman office offers multi-event competition
  36. Sarangani officials back PGMA
2005/07/06
  1. E-VAT TRO causes market crash; speedy action to cushion effects, badly needed
  2. Eastern Visayas to vie for healthiest city
  3. Commentary: Let us listen to the cry of our people, not the noise of the politicians!
  4. To forgive GMA is morally permissible!
  5. DENR-6 highlights forest protection and management
  6. Leonardia signs MOA with GILAS
  7. Bacolod celebrates Nutrition Month
  8. Commentary: Let the impeachment begin
  9. Capiz launches nutrition month, feeds kids
  10. Capiz health authorities urge public to clean up vs. diseases
  11. Komentaryo: Palasyo nalulungkot sa nangyayari
  12. Commentary: Unity for the sake of national interest
  13. JDV to grace SEAFDEC 32nd AQD anniversary
  14. Barangay info centers to showcase initiatives on environmental protection
  15. AFP loyalty and professionalism unsullied - Bunye
  16. Palace welcomes High Court decision to speed up E-VAT deliberation
  17. First disability library section launched in Ilocos Norte
  18. Korea extends technical, monetary assistance to Ilocos agri sector
  19. Opposition uses poor sector in rallies
  20. Basey ABC support PGMA
  21. Komentaryo: Sa isyu ng pagbagsak ng stocks dahil sa EVAT TRO
  22. Global Fund builds links with LGUs to fight malaria
  23. Gov. Fuentes says Central Mindanao is peaceful and business as usual
  24. The slain man is no media man - KBP GenSan
2005/07/05
  1. Eastern Visayas enters foreign market
  2. Urban poor groups in Cebu not inclined to join anti-government protests
  3. Manila protests do not reflect the rest of the country
  4. TESDA Central Visayas to get 10,000 apprentices
  5. Commentary: PGMA did not violate Constitution
  6. SB member urges: Move on, set house in order, support PGMA
  7. Clergy divided over allegations vs GMA
  8. 99 Botika ng Barangay now set up in Region VI
  9. NSO presents 2002 census of agriculture and fisheries
  10. E-VAT explained in Iloilo public forum
  11. Palace welcomes impeachment to quiet down political environment
  12. Palace won't allow E-VAT efforts to naught
  13. RELIC fetes 2005 alternative learning system awardees
  14. Irrigation project to address production woes
  15. Roxas City to hold 1st diwal festival
  16. PIA and DYKR: Sharing the microphone in the name of public service
  17. Gardening: a hobby that makes money
  18. Former teacher ventures into new field, and succeeds
  19. Linabuan Nat'l High School adjudged best community IT center
  20. TESDA approves apprenticeship program with Lorenzo Resorts Boracay
  21. Aklan holds skills competition on food and tourism trades
  22. Aklan DENR denies land grab charge
  23. Iloilo SP, MIDC bat for GMA
  24. Biliranons enjoy land reform benefits
  25. Urban poor groups in Cebu not inclined to join anti-government protests
  26. Malakanyang pabor sa panukakala ni De Venecia ukol sa impeachment
  27. Commentary: Empty hands
  28. Sarangani makes education and livelihood accessible to indigenous people
  29. SEA-K program benefits 200 in Gensan
  30. OCD-12 recommends countermeasures vs tsunami
  31. Oro gov’t to construct more diversion roads, bridges to solve traffic woes
  32. On-site validation of Gawad Kalasag nominees in Normin starts today
  33. PNVSCA sets guidelines to professionalize voluntary sector
  34. Production, market demand for milk up in Normin, says dairy coop
  35. Lack of access to legal info, aid mars effective implementation of RA 9208
  36. Commentary: The dynamics of democracy
  37. Commentary: A call for sobriety and patriotism
  38. Palasyo, handang ipaglaban ang EVAT
2005/07/04
  1. Commentary: Spare the urban poor, please
  2. Land Bank extends loans for macro, micro enterprises
  3. Lifestyle check effective in fighting graft - PAGC
  4. USEC Bacani woos LGUs to enhance support of ALS
  5. CSC-13 updates database on public sector unions
  6. Caraga regional youth skills competition set
  7. Agusan Sur hosts media congress
  8. First Convergence Botika ng Barangay set up in Agusan
  9. Biliranons express full upport to PGMA presidency
  10. Government confident E-VAT wisdom be recognized by Supreme Court
  11. Palace to PGMA detractors: "Spare the urban poor"
  12. Samar DTI tag watchers reactivated
  13. Butuan set to celebrate 55th foundation
  14. DTI-13 conducts consumer education seminar for media
  15. AgSur officials give unequivocal support to PGMA
  16. DepEd targets pre-school, first grade students
  17. Leyte solon urges support for GMA
  18. Commentary: EVAT vital to economic stability
  19. Leyte students benefit from new education approach
2005/07/03
  1. EVAT walang epekto sa preyo ng bilihin - Bunye
  2. Commentary: Filipinos are tired of political upheavals
2005/07/02
  1. Housing project benefits soldiers, families
  2. P134.5 M irrigation project to boost Mindanao farm productivity
  3. RORO cuts 50% off delivery period from Mindanao to Manila
  4. RP poised to be Asia's ICT outsourcing hub
  5. Mindanao forum set on scaling up people initiatives in post conflict communities
2005/07/01
  1. Muslims solidly behind PGMA
  2. Prices in Central Visayas stable
  3. Commentary: Unity called, sobriety and rule of law should prevail
  4. Commentary: Of sobriety and patriotism
  5. Marami pa ang may tiwala sa Pangulo - Bunye
  6. Malacañang assures consumers E-VAT has mitigating features
  7. Congress' playing of "audiotape" demonstrates rule of law, due process - Bunye
  8. "Guardians", civilians hold rally supporting MGen Palparan
  9. "Pre-School Bawat Barangay" expanded
  10. PhilRice bats for a rice sufficient RP
  11. Tigum-Aganan watershed board to hold BIC congress
  12. PBSP holds exposure trip to Tigum-Aganan, Sibalom-Baguingin watersheds
  13. PIA sets journalistic writing workshops for student writers, paper advisers
  14. Archbishop urges people vs violence and revolution, prefers “revolution of the heart”
  15. BCCI says it's hesitant to join the opposition
  16. Integration key to tourism industry
  17. SEA-K program gaining momentum
  18. New P250-M Oro Cogon Market to open July 8
  19. Muslim women’s role in dev’t cited
  20. RP milk importation dips; Mindanao milk production up 11%
  21. NFA rice imports arrive
  22. DENR speeds up land patent issuances in Normin
  23. Canned pineapple tops Customs’ list of export products in Normin
  24. Trade department links up with LGUs on VAT info drive
  25. 70% of agar-agar plantation destroyed
  26. Zambo jobless rate likely to rise
  27. Zambo Liga nga mga Barangay says: Susan Roces is arrogant
  28. Cebu business community backs PGMA
  29. RPAOP conducts assessment and planning workshop
  30. Higher crime rate in Butuan indicates growth
  31. BCCI gears for 4th MICT congress
  32. Leyte towns choose their OTOP

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