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July 30-31,2021
Opinion

AGAW KAGUBATAN, AGAW LUPA, AGAW TUBIG, AGAW BUHAY

Published 7 hour(s) ago

They were once the masters of the land that no one owned because private ownership is not in their language based on the strong belief that no one can own land which outlast him.

Motoring

Suzuki Ups Its Game with the New Ciaz

Published 8 hour(s) ago

Suzuki Philippines Incorporated (SPH), the country’s pioneer compact car distributor, recently announced the launch of an upgraded version of its Ciaz to the market.

Local News

Dole’s sun-powered Promo ends with the biggest Pachinko game in the world

Published 2 day(s) ago

MANILA, Philippines - Did you catch Dole & Seasons Plantation Pachinko grand raffle draw? Php 1 million for the taking in a draw that’s larger than life! The Plantation Pachinko aired live on the official Dole PH Facebook page yesterday, July 27.

Local News

PhilHealth 10 settles P17.3m Covid claims

Published 2 day(s) ago

The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) has settled P17,280,720 hospitals claims in Northern Mindanao on the admissions of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) patients.

National News

SMC takes initial delivery of own vaccines to inoculate all 70,000 in its workforce

Published 2 day(s) ago

San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has started administering company-procured vaccines to its workforce, after taking delivery of 150,000 vaccines it acquired from Astra Zeneca under its P1 billion Ligtas Lahat vaccination program. The vaccines are good for 75,000 individuals, enough to cover all direct and indirect workers across SMC’s nationwide network.

Local News

Mindanao braces temperature rise

Published 2 day(s) ago

The state weather bureau has urged Mindanao residents to adopt precautionary measures to avoid heat stresses that may lead to hazardous health conditions after its monitoring station in El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental recorded a 38.0°C temperature 8 pm on Saturday, July 24, 2021.

Motoring

Petron Car Care Center — The Automotive Fluids Specialist

Published 2 day(s) ago

Just like humans, our cars need to be "hydrated" or lubricated with essential fluids to keep them in tip-top shape and ensure their roadworthiness. With its deep understanding of Philippine driving conditions, industry leader Petron Corporation has a complete line of automotive fluids for all of your vehicle's requirements.

Lifestyle

Siargao among Time magazine’s greatest places of 2021 list

Published 2 day(s) ago

SIARGAO Island made it into Time magazine’s list of “greatest places” in 2021, which recognizes destinations that were able to adapt and innovate despite the challenges brought about by the pandemic.

Opinion

Virtual museums in the ‘new normal’

Published 2 day(s) ago

SINCE the pandemic started, our world has shifted into lockdowns and imposed quarantines. We are all now confined to a new reality. We actually see this type of reality in futuristic films taking one back to Marty McFly and Dr. Emmet Brown’s “Back to the Future.”

Local News

DOLE-Camiguin awards first safety seal certificates to power utilities

Published 2 day(s) ago

MAMBAJAO, Camiguin – Department of Labor and Employment-10 (DOLE-10) - Camiguin Provincial Field Office (Cam PFO) chief Emmanuel Toledo awarded the first issued Safety Seal Certificates in the province to King Energy Generation Inc. and Camiguin Electric Cooperative (CAMELCO), in their respective offices here recently.

Local News

Tourist arrivals to pick up as int’l mag cites Siargao

Published 2 day(s) ago

BUTUAN CITY – The regional tourism office here expressed optimism that they are expecting the tourist arrivals in Siargao Island to slowly increase in the next few months amid the Covid-19 restrictions after the island was named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 of the world's greatest places for 2021.

Local News

Beefing up military, PNP always a priority: PRRD

Published 2 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – President Rodrigo Duterte said strengthening the capability of the country's military and police has always been a priority under his administration, as protesters continue to raise their fists against the chief executive amid incidents of killings, red-tagging, and arrest of dissenters.

Lifestyle

Sharp Philippines Provides Solutions For The Rainy Season

Published 3 day(s) ago

We are now in the middle of the year, which means more rainy days are coming. Apart from staying cozy inside your home, now more than ever is the time for you to know about how technology can help you to enjoy a safe and convenient household. So, how can Sharp Philippines make your rainy days much better?

Sports

‘Citius, altius, fortius’

Published 3 day(s) ago

After 97 years, Philippines has an Olympic gold medal! Lupang Hinirang was played during the victory ceremonies of the world's biggest sporting event. And it took a 4-foot-11-inch frame of Hidilyn Francisco Diaz, who can lift more than double her body weight, to capture the elusive Olympic gold medal on Monday, July 26, 2021 at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Opinion

The Many “Faces” of Social Injustice The Awakening Process Has Now Begun

Published 4 day(s) ago

The statement that globalization creates a knowledge society because of so-called technological advancement is nothing but a myth.

Opinion

Where Have All Our Forest Gone? GONE TO LOGGERS EVERYONE!

Published 4 day(s) ago

Even with formidable armed forces, a country that has no ecological security is not secured at all.

Opinion

Debunk Conventional Agriculture! An Urgent Call For Sustainable Agriculture

Published 4 day(s) ago

As the 2022 Election is fast approaching, there is already so much outpourings of talks by politicians on why they are the ones to be elected to combat the number one enemy of the country which is worsening poverty especially at a time when COVID-19 is putting the economy at a stand-still.

Opinion

Dynamic radio broadcasting formats

Published 4 day(s) ago

In the last decade, the top spot in media ratings among FM radio stations in Cagayan de Oro, released on quarterly basis, was between two radio stations--either Magnum Radio or MOR of ABS-CBN. Aside from the two, those in the upper half of the 14 broadcasting stations, are almost predictable.

Opinion

Silver bullet against an invisible enemy

Published 4 day(s) ago

Declaring the entire Cagayan de Oro under an enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) status, the highest level of restrictions that the Inter-agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emergency Infectious Diseases can possibly imposed on a locality, caught many city residents by surprise.

Local News

Bukidnon gov suspends aid following discovery of Covid variants

Published 5 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Bukidnon Gov. Jose Maria Zubiri, Jr., will suspend all provincial government assistance programs in the province today following the discovery of the alpha and delta variants of the coronavirus.

Local News

Displaced Marawi folk ask Duterte for compensation as he delivers SONA today

Published 5 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – As Pres. Rodrigo Duterte is expected to deliver his last State of the Nation Address (SONA) today, Marawi City residents are calling on the country’s leader to make the Marawi Compensation Bill a priority even as it urges Congress to tackle the legislation.

Local News

Camiguin Covid cases hit ‘critical risk’ level

Published 5 day(s) ago

Coronavirus disease (Covid) cases in the last two weeks and daily detections in Camiguin indicate that the island province is on “critical risk” level, an official of the Department of Health Region 10 said Friday, July 9.

Local News

Moreno sets October deadline for vaccine rollout

Published 6 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Mayor Oscar Moreno said that the city will finish its vaccination rollout aimed at reducing the number of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases by end of September this year.

Local News

Local epidemiologist bares details of 5 delta cases in Oro

Published 6 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – An epidemiologist from the health office of Cagayan de Oro disclosed the whereabouts and primary contacts of five persons tagged as cases of Covid-19 delta variant in the city.

Local News

Remains of another C-130 crash fatality brought home

Published 7 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The remains of Philippine Army Pvt. Jesfel Mequiabas was brought home recently in Barangay Mat-i, Claveria, Misamis Oriental from Zamboanga City.

Local News

Displaced Bukidnon residents cry for help

Published 7 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – For the last five years, close to a thousand Manobo-Pulangihon tribal families have been a nameless, faceless people living across the backstreets of Barangay San Jose, Quezon, Bukidnon.

Local News

Moreno: Even with ECQ status, Oro vax rollout still continues

Published 8 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Despite being put under the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the local government of Cagayan de Oro will push through with its inoculation of residents who have already been categorized against the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), Mayor Oscar Moreno said Friday, July 16.

Local News

Military: NPA violates IHL, burns backhoes in Caraga

Published 8 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – A unit of the New People’s Army (NPA) is believed to be behind the burning of heavy equipment used by a mining company in Sitio Kinalablaban, Barangay Cagdianao, Claver town in Surigao del Norte recently, the military said.

Local News

Camiguin Covid cases now on its ‘critical risk’ level: DOH

Published 8 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the last two weeks and daily detections in Camiguin indicate that the island province is on “critical risk” level, an official of the Department of Health-10 (DOH-10) said.

Local News

Camiguin governor orders increase in RT-PCR test, contact tracing

Published 8 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – For more than a year after the coronavirus disease 2019 Covid-19 pandemic started, Camiguin has managed to keep their cases to single digit as the island-province tightened its border control to keep the virus out. Not anymore.

Local News

Bukidnon town mourns the passing of their two soldiers

Published 8 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The Philippine flag flew at half-mast in Barangay Dagumba-an, Maramag town in Bukidnon to mourn the passing of its two youth leaders who joined the Army and died in the C-130 plane crash in Patikul, Sulu on Sunday, July 4.

Local News

Army to families: ‘Open caskets when you get home’

Published 9 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The families of the six soldiers killed in a C-130 plane crash in Patikul, Sulu will have to wait until their remains are delivered to homes before their caskets can be opened.

Local News

Pvt. Vic Monera: A life of struggle and poverty

Published 11 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Philippine Army Private Vic Monera, one of the soldiers who died in the ill-fated C-130 plane crash in Patikul, Sulu, led a life of struggle.

Local News

Military: Dead soldiers’ families to receive benefits

Published 11 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Families of soldiers who died in the C-130 crash in Sulu on Sunday, July 4, will receive assistance and benefits from the military, an Army official said.

Local News

For banning lead in paints, PH wins global award

Published 11 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – With the help of environmental advocates who have been campaigning against the danger of deadly chemicals found in ordinary and industrial materials, the country was adjudged as one of the five winners for this year’s Future Policy Award, the EcoWaste Coalition said in a recent statement.

Local News

Farmers living in AFP reservation cry foul over red-tagging, harassment

Published 12 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Members of a famers’ cooperative living inside a military reservation in Bukidnon cried foul after they were allegedly harassed by state forces.

Local News

Defense chief: Probe on C-130 crash ongoing

Published 12 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Investigation into the crash of the C-130 aircraft is ongoing days after Defense Sec. Delfin Lorenzana has ordered the military to exhaust all means to find out what caused the accident.

Local News

P5M ‘chopped’ vehicles seized by Customs intelligence

Published 12 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Fresh from destroying imported vehicles valued at P21 million recently, the Bureau of Customs-10 (BOC-10) has confiscated anew 13 knocked-down mini-vans and a military jeep from Japan, said Oliver Valiente, chief of the Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service (CIIS) in Northern Mindanao recently.

Local News

PDEA-10 strengthens partnership with Bureau of Customs in Northern Mindanao

Published 12 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – After working together that led to the seizure and turnover of P20 million worth of toxic chemical allegedly used in the manufacture of illegal drugs last year, the Phil. Drug Enforcement Agency-10 (PDEA-10) has strengthened its partnership with the Bureau of Customs-10 (BOC-10) anew.

Local News

Father, kid missing in Bukidnon flood

Published 12 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Two persons were swept by floodwaters and reported missing since Friday night at Kipaducan village in Pangantucan town of Bukidnon, authorities said.

Local News

Calls to extend BARMM interim government gain support

Published 12 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Thousands of Bangsamoro people flocked to the streets across Mindanao to call the national government to extend the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) until to 2025.

Local News

PH Military receives P183M weapons, equipment from US

Published 13 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The Armed Forces of the Philippines received from the Joint United States Military Assistance Group-Philippines (JUSMAG-P) P183 million worth of weapons and equipment at the Clark Air Base in Pampanga.

Local News

Rights groups welcome ICC prosecutor’s decision

Published 13 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Rights activists here and in Manila welcomed the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s decision to recommend the opening of the investigation against President Rodrigo Duterte for they consider as “crimes against humanity.”

Local News

New BOC-10 Chief Leads Destruction of P21M Vehicles

Published 14 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Just a few hours after she was installed as the new Bureau of Customs-10 (BOC-10) district collector, lawyer Elvira Cruz’s first order of business was to lead in the destruction of imported vehicles estimated to be worth P21 million Friday, June 18.

Local News

Army: ‘Child warrior’ killed in Caraga clash

Published 15 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Despite accusation that the three persons, including a minor, killed during a firefight in Agusan del Sur were mere farmers, the military has maintained that the casualties were members of the New People’s Army (NPA).

Local News

Bureau of Customs-10 destroys P75M cigarettes

Published 15 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Makers of illegally imported cigarettes are resorting to another tactic by making it look like the products they are shipping to the country is locally manufactured by printing cigarette boxes with “made in the Philippines,” an officer of the Bureau of Customs-10 (BOC-10) said.

Local News

Kin Cry for Justice for Slain Bukidnon Town Councilor

Published 15 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Relatives of a town councilor in Bukidnon who was shot to death by motorcycle-riding gunmen Saturday afternoon are asking authorities to track down and identify those responsible for the local legislator’s death. “I hope those who killed my aunt will be brought to justice,” said Chanda Cabañero, one of the witnesses who was at the crime scene when two suspects shot Susan Gayonan, 64, a municipal councilor of Talakag, Bukidnon, and a resident of Barangay San Antonio, where the shooting happened.

Local News

Cagayan de Oro in ‘Health Crisis’

Published 15 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Mayor Oscar Moreno called the city’s continuing spike in Covid-19 infection as a medical crisis as other provinces in Northern Mindanao are also seeing a rise in cases. Moreno said that as other hospitals across the region are getting burdened by Covid-19 cases, the region’s apex hospital – the Northern Mindanao Medical Center located here – is getting swamped by expected admission referred from across region 10. “We are in a crisis already; we are already in a state of calamity and this virus has pushed us deeper into a crisis,” Moreno said. On June 7, 2021, Bukidnon’s provincial IATF once again asked the IATF to raise its quarantine status from Modified General Community Quarantine to General Community Quarantine status as cases in the province went up 200 percent in just a matter of weeks.

Local News

Media Exec Shot Dead.

Published 16 day(s) ago

GENERAL SANTOS CITY – Unidentified gunmen shot dead on Friday noon a female executive of media network Brigada Group of Companies while on her way home in a village here. Capt. Abdulsalam Mamalinta, chief of city police station number 4, said the victim, Yentez Quintoy, 34, was traversing a portion of the NLSA road in Barangay San Isidro aboard a sports utility vehicle (SUV) around 12:15 p.m. when waylaid by two motorcycle-riding suspects. He said the suspects, who were aboard a black Kawasaki Bajaj motorcycle, came close to the Mistubishi Xpander SUV driven by the victim as it reached the corner of the NLSA road and Guinto Street in Purok Masunurin and opened fire. Quintoy, the executive office director and chief of staff of Brigada Group, sustained a gunshot wound on the body and was declared dead upon arrival at the St. Elizabeth Hospital, he said.

Local News

BJMP, police hunt escaped inmates

Published 16 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Authorities are now hunting down three persons who escaped from a Bureau of Jail Management and Penology-10 (BJMP-10) facility in Barangay Tankulan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon Wednesday night. The inmates were identified by police as Jimson Devara, 25, of Libona, Bukidnon; Rogue Batuigas, 35, Libona; and Benjie Orias, 28, of Lingi-on, Manolo Fortich. Devara is charged with violation of Republic Act 10591 or the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act; Batuigas, qualified rape and acts of lasciviousness; and Orias, homicide. Their cases are still ongoing, police said. A police report said the jail break occurred at around 10:45 in the evening.

Local News

Water cut off during MECQ

Published 16 day(s) ago

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Several residents of a high-end condominium complex here have complained that they were deprived of water when their tap lines were cut off by the management just as the city was put under the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ). In their complaint letter sent to reporters, a group of homeowners have accused the people behind One Oasis condominium of violating their rights, as they asserted the decision of the management to disconnect their water connection could be due to a series of grievances they sent out to real estate giant Filinvest Land, the company that owns the complex, starting in 2017. “This is clearly a retaliation against us,” said Karl Yngojo, one of the homeowners of One Oasis, in a phone interview. Yngojo said their water connection was cut June 1, the first day of the imposition of the 15-day MECQ in Cagayan de Oro.

Local News

THE national government has put Cagayan de Oro under the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ)

Published 26 day(s) ago

THE national government has put Cagayan de Oro under the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) as the number of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the city continue to go up. The national inter-agency task force (IATF), through Resolution 118-A, dated May 31, 2021, has reclassified the city’s quarantine status to MECQ, from its previous MGCQ level, the only area in Northern Mindanao to have been declared as such, until June 15.

Lifestyle

Fujian Normal University in China now accepts scholarship applications in Oro

Published 2 month(s) ago

THE Fujian Normal University in Fuzhou, Fujian Province of the People’s Republic of China is now accepting applications from Filipinos, particularly Cagayan de Oro City residents who are interested to pursue graduate studies through FNU’s Soledad College Graduate Program 2021.

Lifestyle

Implementation of ICCMN PRAISE underway – Macatoman

Published 2 month(s) ago

TRADE and Industry Undersecretary Abdulgani Macatoman has reported that the implementation of the Inter-Cabinet Cluster Mechanism on Normalization (ICCMN) Peaceful Return and Aggressive Inclusion Social Entrepreneurship (PRAISE) is underway.

Lifestyle

Pizzazella – tossed and sauced to perfection

Published 3 month(s) ago

WHEN you’re a chef who loves Italian pizza but has been influenced by Arabic cuisine for so long, the result is an amazing fusion of flavors that can only be found in Pizzazella here in Cagayan de Oro City. When it opened in July last year at Centerpoint Arcade along Domingo Velez corner Corrales, Pizzazella was so popular with diners that owner-chef Harry Mann decided to open up another branch uptown soon at Plates and Crates Food Park along Masterson Avenue. “My first chef is my mom. When we were young, my mom would make us homemade pizza Italian style. Now when I became a chef for 15 years in Qatar and Dubai, I fell in love with spicy Arabic food,” Mann said. And so Mad Manzo was born.

Local News

Cleanup of oil spill from sunken boat in MisOr coast almost done

Published 3 month(s) ago

THE coastal areas affected by an oil spill from a sunken cargo ship is now slowly returning to normal, a village official said Monday, April 19.

Local News

Hundreds of taxi drivers receive aid from LTFRB, other government agencies

Published 3 month(s) ago

MORE than 400 taxi drivers have received various forms of assistance from national government agencies at the Barangay Nazareth gymnasium Friday morning.

Lifestyle

Experience Maranao cuisine only at Torogan Kape

Published 3 month(s) ago

TOROGAN Kape, which is located at Phoenix gas station compound, Kauswagan highway corner Tejero St. in barangay Kauswagan, is the first and only Maranao-themed restaurant in this side of Northern Mindanao.

Local News

Fire guts Mis. Or. health office with Sinovac vaccines inside

Published 3 month(s) ago

AUTHORITIES placed the structural damage of the Misamis Oriental provincial health office that caught fire Wednesday night at P1.4 million not to include the less than 50 vials of Sinovac vaccines that was stored at said facility.

Local News

Phil. Coast Guard Auxiliary in NorMin swears in new directors

Published 3 month(s) ago

ACKNOWLEDGING the important role of civilian volunteers in its efforts to save lives, the Phil. Coast Guard (PCG) in Northern Mindanao said it will be creating more squadrons for its auxiliary arm in the coming days.

Local News

SEC gives corporations 90 days to submit GIS

Published 3 month(s) ago

DUE to the extension of enhanced community quarantine in Luzon and the transition to an online submission system, the Security and Exchange Commission - Cagayan de Oro Extension Office extended the submission of General Information Sheet by corporations to give them more time to comply with this yearly requirement.

Local News

Clean-up of oil spill in MisOr coastal villages ongoing

Published 3 month(s) ago

THE clean-up initiative of residents in at least four barangays in Jasaan town, Misamis Oriental affected by the oil spill caused by the sinking of an old cargo ship is ongoing as local government leaders have teamed up with national agencies in addressing this environmental accident.

Opinion

A Vision Beyond Sight

Published 3 month(s) ago

Transformative Cooperatives for Peace

Opinion

No to Oligarchical Control Water & Electricity are Means to Life

Published 4 month(s) ago

No to Oligarchical Control Water & Electricity are Means to Life

Lifestyle

NCCA promotes PH cultural heritage via nat'l literature month

Published 4 month(s) ago

by Shaun Alejandrae Y. Uy, PIA-10 Published on Mindanao Today, April 7, 2021

Lifestyle

Virgielicious Binangk-All, the best fried sesame bread in town

Published 4 month(s) ago

Traditional binangkal or Filipino fried sesame bread has always been hard to chew at first. But now here’s a tastier binangkal variant in town thanks to IT graduate-slash-food enthusiast-turned-entrepreneur Virgie Paasa-Dapanas who is now back in her hometown of Cagayan de Oro City after a good few years abroad.

Local News

Cops, divers begin clean-up drive to save corals in Gingoog coastal village

Published 4 month(s) ago

DIVING enthusiasts, led by police officers, have began removing fishing nets that got stuck at the bottom of the sea causing the destruction of corals in Puntod Shoal, Barangay San Juan, Gingoog City.

Local News

Pro-envi groups: Give Earth a break from trash this Lent

Published 4 month(s) ago

GIVE the Earth a break from garbage this Holy Week.

Local News

NorMin-based groups urge Duterte to run for VP in 2022

Published 4 month(s) ago

GROUPS from various sectors have joined organizations from all over the country in urging Pres. Rodrigo Duterte to run for vice president in the coming local and national elections next year.

Local News

Ofoodie partners with SM as newest food delivery service provider in Oro

Published 4 month(s) ago

A SOFTWARE development company has joined the local food delivery industry but offering a more unique brand of services to Cagayanons.

Local News

Bukidnon prov’l vet urges hog raisers to dispose of livestock amid ASF scare

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE provincial veterinary office of Bukidnon has urged backyard pig growers in the province to dispose of their livestock soon as the African Swine Fever (ASF) has continued to wreak havoc on the hog industry in the region.

Local News

PDEA-10: More than half of NorMin villages now drug-free

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-10 (PDEA-10) said Tuesday, March 23, it is aiming to increase the number of drug-free villages in the region after more than half of the total barangays in Northern Mindanao have been cleared of narcotics.

Local News

Rights group questions arrest of its worker in Oro

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE human rights watchdog Karapatan has questioned the arrest of its worker Renalyn Tejero by the police recently as it is now initiating legal moves to release her.

Local News

OWWA-10 brings in 27K NorMin OFWs in 2020

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE Overseas Workers Welfare Administration-10 (OWWA-10) has assisted about thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who have returned to their respective hometowns amid the threat of the coronavirus pandemic last year.

Local News

OWWA-10 brings in 27K NorMin OFWs in 2020

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE Overseas Workers Welfare Administration-10 (OWWA-10) has assisted about thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who have returned to their respective hometowns amid the threat of the coronavirus pandemic last year.

Local News

‘Green’ group warns of skin whiteners sold online

Published 4 month(s) ago

AN environmental group has warned of skin-whitening products that are laden with harmful chemicals being sold on the internet.

Lifestyle

Teen actress Arabella Del Rosario is the new face of Orabella

Published 4 month(s) ago

ORABELLA Philippines, the beauty brand known for its affordable and quality skincare line, recently welcomed teen actress Arabella del Rosario as its new brand ambassador.

Lifestyle

Pizzazella – tossed and sauced to perfection

Published 4 month(s) ago

When you’re a chef who loves Italian pizza but has been influenced by Arabic cuisine for so long, the result is an amazing fusion of flavors that can only be found in Pizzazella here in Cagayan de Oro City.

Lifestyle

Naawan’s natural wonders unfurling

Published 4 month(s) ago

NESTLED 17 kilometers from the national highway in Naawan, Misamis Oriental is what seems to be a virginal-looking waterfalls that is seldom touched by human interference.

Lifestyle

Nestlé Wellness Campus expands in north Mindanao

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE Department of Education (DepEd) and Nestlé Philippines announce the expansion to Northern Mindanao of the Nestlé Wellness Campus, an advocacy program that highlights the importance of teaching healthy habits to young Filipino students.

Lifestyle

Purple Yam – not just a cake, it’s a delicacy

Published 4 month(s) ago

THE best ube cakes that Ozamiznons have been talking and craving about are now available here in Cagayan de Oro City.

Lifestyle

Angela Soriano, Dirkie Dabbay present Spring/Summer 2021 collection

Published 4 month(s) ago

CAGAYAN de Oro-based fashion designers Angela Soriano and Dirkie Roa Dabbay presented their Spring/Summer 2021 collection last February 20 at The Cove Garden Resort.

Local News

Send AstraZeneca vaccines to other regions: Rufus

Published 4 month(s) ago

DEPUTY Speaker Rufus Rodriguez is appealing to vaccination czar Carlito Galvez and Health Secretary Francisco Duque III to send AstraZeneca vaccines to other regional and LGU hospitals and private referral hospitals for their health workers.

Local News

Phividec insists no quarrying allowed inside industrial zone in Misamis Oriental

Published 4 month(s) ago

The Phividec Industrial Authority (PIA) has maintained that it will not allow quarry operators to resume their operations inside its property in Tagoloan town, Misamis Oriental, citing legal and environmental repercussions.

Local News

Galvez’s message to soldiers: Get free vaccine or buy your own

Published 4 month(s) ago

Government soldiers who may not want to avail of the free vaccine from China now being made available to the members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines has an option to buy their own.