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Reuel John F. Lumawag
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SPDA eyes medical city in Catalunan
THE Southern Philippines Development Authority (SPDA), a government-owned and controlled corporation (GOCC), is eyeing to soon establish a medical city in Catalunan Pequeño, Davao City. Abdulghani Aljul Salapuddin, SPDA administrator and chief executive officer, told reporters Thursday, April 19, at the ...
From 549 days ago
A colorful summer with Aranaz for Plains and Prints
IN TIME for the summer season, Chimes Boutiques officially introduces to Dabawenyos Plains and Prints' latest collection. "This year, Chimes brings the newest collaboration of Plains and Prints with bag designer extraordinaire -- Amina Aranaz-Alunan. The Chimes Aranaz for Plains and ...
From 551 days ago
PAL to launch new international routes this year
FLAG-CARRIER Philippine Airlines will be launching flights to more international destinations this year as new aircrafts will be delivered in the coming months. "More routes will open as we take delivery of new airplanes," Dr. Jaime J. Bautista, Philippine Airlines president ...
From 553 days ago
PAL: International flights from Davao being studied
FLAG-CARRIER Philippine Airlines said it is currently studying the possibility of launching international flights out of Davao City. Dr. Jaime Bautista, Philippine Airlines president and chief operating officer, said during a press conference at Marco Polo Davao Thursday, April 12, that ...
From 556 days ago
Rehab first for Agus-Pulangi
AN OFFICIAL of the Mindanao Development Authority (Minda) said the privatization of the Agus-Pulangi Hydropower Complexes remains unclear as the government now is currently focused on rehabilitating the hydropower plants within the complexes. "So far there are no specific in terms ...
From 558 days ago
Biz climate in Mindanao still upbeat despite martial law
NEARLY a year after the declaration of martial law in Mindanao, the Mindanao Development Authority (Minda) said they have noted that the business climate in the island remains upbeat. "[The business climate in Mindanao] has never been better," assistant secretary Romeo ...
From 559 days ago
Agriculture: Key to Mindanao's growth
FOR decades, Mindanao has fallen behind in terms of growth due to the challenges it faced in previous years. In the recently launched Mindanao Jobs Report, a strategy of Mindanao regional development, it stated that minimal economic dynamism and high population ...
From 560 days ago
Tourism official: Boracay closure, a wake up call
AN OFFICIAL of the Department of Tourism (DOT) said the looming closure of Borcay on April 26 serves as a wake up call for the stakeholders of the tourism industry to put the environment first above money. "This is a wake ...
From 562 days ago
Davao, a booming tourism market
A TOURISM leader said they have observed that in recent years, Dabawenyos have become more bullish in terms of travelling outside of the city and the country. "As a travel agent, I can easily say that tourism in Davao City is ...
From 562 days ago
5 reasons to go to Eden Nature Park
SOME days in Davao City can be very hectic to the point that you are always trying to catch your breath. However, we are lucky here in Davao City as escaping the craziness of the urban jungle is only an hour ...
From 563 days ago