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THE commercial complex that will be built in La Trinidad will not be a mall but a public market, Mayor Edna Tabanda has made it clear.
POWER rates in areas serviced by the Benguet Electric Cooperative (Beneco) could be reduced if Congress approves a measure exempting power generating equipment from the Value Added Tax (VAT).
THE Baguio City Council will hold a special session on July 10 to take up the proposed updated Comprehensive Land Use Plan (Clup) for the city.
FAMILIES in danger zones in Benguet were evacuated even before Tropical Storm Egay (Linfa) swept across Northern Luzon on Sunday.
DENGUE cases in Cordillera have increased by almost half in just two weeks, health officials reported.
There were 814 cases last week, up from the 575 cases listed last June 13, according to the Department of Health's Cordillera office.
THE Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) has launched a new consolidated salary loan scheme for its members.
ABOUT 174 youths in La Trinidad, Benguet, attended a seminar on teenage sex, teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infectious diseases.
TWO barangays in Benguet have ended a long-standing boundary dispute.
Officials of Barangay Cabiten in Mankayan town and Barangay Bagu in Bakun town signed a memorandum of agreement last month to formalize the settlement.
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