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APAYAO province, which is home to more than a hundred bird species, may become a hub for birdwatchers, an official of the Department of Tourism (DOT) said.
SMALL scale miners in the Cordilleras will soon use environment-friendly equipment for gold and copper extraction.
REGULAR inspection and monitoring of private and public structures in Baguio City led to better compliance of the Fire Code in the country, according to the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Department.
LA TRINIDAD -- Jaime V. Ongpin (JVO) Foundation is set to present its Amburayan River Project to government officials of Benguet.
AIR quality index inside the John Hay Special Economic Zone (JHSEZ) remains good, according to the City Environment and Parks Management Office (Cepmo).
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -- Lepanto Consolidated Mining Corporation is set to reassess the damage of Mankayan homes and denied allegations of corruption.
IN A LANDLOCKED region like the Cordillera, technology, especially internet is hard to get by because of its topography.
THE Cordillera Peoples Alliance viewed as discriminatory the disqualification of the party-list Sulong Katribu from joining the May elections.
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