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Mindanao Oil Prices Remain Low vs. Visayas, Luzon

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Economy News
OCTOBER 2, 2017 – The House committee on energy conducted an investigation on the disparity of fuel prices in Mindanao and Luzon. Committee chairman Lord Allan Jay Velasco (Lone ...
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GenSan killings may be linked to organized crime

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News Philippines
GENERAL SANTOS CITY — Officials have raised alarm over the increasing cases of gun-related killings in the city, which have reached 59 since January. City Councilor Franklin Gacal ...
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Duterte to soldiers: Crush the enemy

News
MANILA, June 7, 2017 — President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday ordered the soldiers to crush the enemy, stressing that the Marawi incident is a type of rebellion. The ...
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Kaizen Davao: Japanese street dining

Food News
I’ve been so intrigued about why people actually line up and wait to be seated in Kaizen. It took me quite a while to finally get my tastebuds ...
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Cliff-diving in Canibad

Feature Life News Travel
Cliff diving is something that I will never do. But my sister would. In fact, she just did, in Canibad at Barangay Andananao, Island Garden City of Samal. ...
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Discovering another side of Daku Island

News
It was my first time to visit Siargao Island last year. As it usually goes for first-timers, there’s always that mandatory island-hopping as part of your itinerary. The ...
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Lunch at Lubi Plantation

Feature Food
A few months ago, I was invited by Chai Abaya, marketing head for Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation, to the company’s island resort complex in Kopiat Island, Mabini, Compostella Valley. ...
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Japan commits P1.76B loan for Mindanao

News
MANILA, January 17, 2017 (PNA) — Agribusinesses in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao and other conflict-affected areas in Southern Philippines got a boost after the signing of ...
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Dureza urges IP leaders to form advisory council for peace talks

News
MANILA, January 7, 2017 (PNA) — Presidential peace adviser Jesus Dureza has asked leaders of different indigenous peoples (IP) to come up with an advisory council that would ...
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Fun diving in Davao Gulf

Feature
The beauty of living in a tropical country is that whatever the season, we can always go to the beach. Last month, I organized the first ever “Open Boat” ...
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