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THE seat for an Indigenous People’s Mandatory Representative in Baguio remains elusive.
A beleaguered Roger Sinot is hoping the Ibaloi selection process will prevail despite a series of stumbling blocks.
OWING to its vast natural wonders, the Cordillera Administrative Region is being eyed as an eco - tourism zone to be included in the proposed Philippine economic zone map project.
THE continued drop of the Baguio City’s share from the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) can be attributed to several factors.
THE Bureau of Internal Revenue – Cordillera reported around P5.275 billion in tax collection in 2016, a 17.34 percent increase compared to the 2015 tax collection.
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -- Local coffee growers are now given the opportunity to know more about the potential of the coffee industry following the 1st La Trinidad Coffee Summit.
WOMEN are not the only ones in the movement for gender equality and justice anymore.
BAGUIO City Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr. is pushing for the improvement of the city market to be among the prime tourist destination in the Summer Capital.
AS THE police intensify their campaign against illegal drugs in the city, another jobless man was arrested on March 22 during buy bust operations.
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