Baguio City News

City prepares for summer vacation
Posted: 31-Mar-2014 / 2 weeks 3 days ago
  BAGUIO CITY - Summer is just around the corner.  The city of pines, being the summer capital of the Philippines will be expecting influx of thousands of domestic as well as foreign tourist this summer vacation. To sustain peace and order in the city, the Baguio City...

REGIONAL NEWS


Benguet

10 Cordi police awarded Medalya ng Papuri
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet,  (PIA) --  Ten policemen of the Police Regional Office- Cordillera (PRO-COR) were bestowed  with the Medalya ng Papuri in recognition for  their dedication and professionalism in the performance of their  duties. Chief Superintendent Isagani R....

Ifugao

2,497 households in Ifugao electrified in 2013 under SEP
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
LAGAWE, Ifugao,  (PIA)- - A total of 27,678 households in this province  has   electricity as of December 31, 2013. Based on the record of the Ifugao Electric Cooperative (IFELCO), there were  2,497 household  connected   with  electricity  in...

Mt. Province

DOST turns over baking equipment to farmers’ group
Posted: 25-Jan-2014 / 11 weeks 4 days ago
  BONTOC, Mountain Province, (PIA) -- The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) through its Science and Technology for the Advancement of Municipalities (STEAM) project turned over a P248,300.00 worth of baking equipment to Kakamman-Finnadang Association of barangay Belwang in...

Abra

PIA-Abra ‘Radio Peace’ program launched
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
BANGUED, Abra,  (PIA) - - The Philippine Information Agency – Abra Infocen on February 19 a  weekly radio program dubbed as PIA-Abra Peace Program over newly established  102.9 Abra Radio Peace FM at Victoria Park, Casamata Hill in  this capital town. The PIA-Abra...

Kalinga

19th Ullalim Festival draws more tourists to Kalinga
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
TABUK CITY,Kalinga,  (PIA) - - The Provincial Tourism Office (PTO) has recorded  more than 2,000  foreign and local tourists to the province during the five-day 19th Ullalim Festival last  February 12-16. Loraine Ngao-i  said  the figure is remarkable for a...

Apayao

School building built under PPP benefits rural folks in Apayao
Posted: 06-Jul-2013 / 40 weeks 4 days ago
PUDTOL, Apayao, (PIA) - - The government’s partnership endeavor with the private sector  is gaining  ground in the rural areas with the recent turn-over of a newly constructed school building in a far flung village here.   ABS-CBN in partnership with the Armed Forces of...

National News

Greenpeace wants Congress to investigate GMO regulation
Posted: 16-Oct-2013 / 26 weeks 14 hours ago
   Quezon City, Philippines 16 October 2013 – Today on World Food Day, Greenpeace activists rallied at the House of Representatives, carrying banners reading “Investigate GMO Regulation” and “I want GMO-free foods”. They urged Congress to...

La Union

Honey now a DA-NEDA commodity in Ilocos
Posted: 25-Sep-2011 / 2 years 29 weeks ago
  Honey is now one of the approved commodities of the Department of Agriculture (DA) and the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) in the Ilocos Region.   This developed as the La Union National Apiculture Research, Training and Development Institute (NARTDI), mandated to...

Pangasinan

  ALAMINOS CITY – Team Baguio ruled the 6th Regional Adventure Hundred Islands Taekwondo Championships anew, September 17, at the Don Leopold Auditorium here.   Composed of the city’s formidable gyms – The Baguio Defenders Taekwondo Do Jang (BDTDJ), Ultimate...

Ilocos

 Senator Aquilino Pimentel IV, partylist congressmen, town mayors, other local officials and various groups opposed to magnetite mining in various areas in Ilocos region have sought a Writ of Kalikasan before the Supreme Court in a bid to stop such activities which accordingly have caused...

Cagayan

PCSO to open provincial office in Tuao,Cagayan
Posted: 22-Aug-2011 / 2 years 34 weeks ago
 Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Director Mabel Mamba informed  that the state-run charity will open this year a provincial PCSO office at Tuao, Cagayan to serve the provinces of Cagayan, Kalinga and Apayao.   “Maybe by September this year, it will be...

Tarlac

Tarlac
Posted: 29-Mar-2011 / 3 years 2 weeks ago
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PHOTO OF THE DAY

Ivadoy Day
By: REDJIE MELVIC CAWIS / PIA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
Department of Tourism Regional Director Purificacion Molintas leads the Ibaloi traditional dances during the Onjon Ivadoy or the Ibaloi Day Festivities at the Children’s Park last week. 
Champion Float
By: REDJIE MELVIC CAWIS / PIA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
The Casino Femme Float of the International Pharmaceutical Inc. (IPI)-Christianity featuring Cleopatra and her worshippers as signs of paganism in the ancient times and Señor Santo Niño the sign of Christianity and Catholics. The float covered with the bountiful flowers was the champion in the Grand Float Parade competition of the Baguio Flower Festival last weekend.
Grand Slam Winner
By: REDJIE MELVIC CAWIS / PIA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
The Kamora National High School from Kabayan in Benguet won for the third time the championship crown of the street dancing competition of the 19th Baguio Flower Festival or Panagbenga 2014 in Baguio City during the weekend.
STATE OF THE ART PARKING COMPLEX
By: PAUL RILLORTA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
 City  Mayor Mauricio Domogan explains to media the proposed  parking complex planned by an Australian Firm to rise at the  Melvin Jones Football grounds consisting of an underground  parking bay and two parking towers.
Sister City Renewal
By: Yooj Valbuena
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 6 weeks 5 days ago
Kyu-Sik Myung, (3rd from right) Vice Mayor of our sister city of Gongju, South Korea presented tokens to city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, during a welcome dinner and MOU signing for a renewal of sister city ties program last Feb. 22, 2014.