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CAGAYAN DE ORO
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Falling income from quarry fees noted for 1st, 2nd quarters
CAGAYAN de Oro City's income from quarries as of the first and second quarters of this year has drastically fallen due to the slow approval of quarry permits, a city councilor said. Councilor Enrico Salcedo said on Monday, October 9, that ...
From 861 days ago
E-consumers: Emerging online business a convenience
AS TECHNOLOGY starts to take over the business industry, local consumers are beginning to enjoy the convenient way of purchasing products online by just a click or touch of a button. Businessmen and entrepreneurs are taking the opportunity to use technology ...
From 862 days ago
MisOr inmates' handmade lanterns on display for sale
THE Misamis Oriental Provincial Jail and Rehabilitation (MOPJ) in Luna-Corrales Street, Cagayan de Oro City, urged the public to stop by as Christmas lanterns, handmade by its inmates, are now on display for sale. Provincial Warden Dominador Tagarda said these Christmas ...
From 864 days ago
Oro chamber: Water woes bad for business
BUSINESSES in Cagayan de Oro City that rely on a sufficient supply of clean water are now complaining, saying the water crisis that hit the western part of the city beginning on September 26 has now severely affected their bottom ...
From 865 days ago
Oro prosecutors to hold 'Black Friday' protest
ALL prosecutors and support staff of State Regional Prosecutor Office in Northern Mindanao will be wearing black on Friday, October 6, in accordance to the nationwide "Black Friday" protest. Regional State Prosecutor Merlynn Uy said wearing black is to express their ...
From 866 days ago
DTI reminds consumers of rights in online transactions
THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is leading the celebration of Consumer Welfare Month (CWM), highlighting the rights and responsibilities of consumers even as more and more are opting to pay for goods and services through digital transactions. Lawyer Fel ...
From 866 days ago
Palma: Christ's resurrection brings new life, hope
CEBU Archbishop Jose Palma encouraged the public Sunday not to be afraid of natural disasters, crisis, poverty, graft and corruption, saying Jesus Christ's resurrection brings new hope and new life. "Ang pagkabanhaw ni Kristo nagpasalig... ayaw kahadlok. Usa sa Iyang mga ...
From 1036 days ago
FYI: Air passenger's rights
A VIDEO of a Chinese man dragged by police officers from an overbooked United Airlines flight went viral on Monday, April 10, and sparked the public's interest on their rights in case same situation arises. As the Holy Week starts, a ...
From 1042 days ago
The tree amid the Terraces
IN AYALA Center Cebu, different attractions, such as posh restaurants, different shops, fun-filled events, including the mall's landmark - The Terraces - will definitely catch your attention. As you tread on the Terraces grounds, you would surely notice its centerpiece ...
From 1089 days ago
Ayala launches 2nd Symphony of Lights
THIS year’s Christmas is made brighter as Ayala Center Cebu launched its annual lights and sound show “Symphony of Lights” Wednesday, November 30, 6 p.m. at The Terraces. Orchestrated by the award-winning lights and sound director Voltaire de Jesus, Symphony ...
From 1166 days ago