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COLLEGE teachers will keep their jobs under the K to 12 program but may have to make do with a smaller salary.
MORE than 50,000 newborn babies could be saved through early and essential newborn care.
A MULTI-SECTORAL group against gambling is pressing its campaign to prevent the introduction of e-bingo in Baguio City.
THE Department of Health (DOH) launched May 27 its Hi-5 program in Cordillera to boost universal health care based on the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).
TRADITIONAL festivals continue to be the biggest draw for visitors in Benguet.
BAGUIO City will mark the 14th Philippine-China Friendship Day on June 9 with a program presented by the city government and the Filipino-Chinese community.
THE Philippine High School for the Arts wants to tap students from Cordillera to develop their talent in the arts indigenous to the region.
FOUR graduates from Baguio schools are among the topnotchers in this year's board examinations for elementary and high school teachers.
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