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  1. PLLENRO National Convention tackles low-emission alternativesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    THE Philippine League of Local Environment and Natural Resources Officers Inc. , in partnership with USAid-Building Low Emission Alternatives to Develop Economic Resilience and Sustainability Project Project, will hold its 2015 PLLENRO National Convention in Cagayan de Oro City on May 13-16. This year's theme is Developing Smarter Communities Through Low-Emission Alternatives.

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  2. CombinationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 | Sun-Star

    FIVE teenagers, four from Davao City and one from Cagayan de Oro City, booked tickets to the national training camp of the Jr. NBA/WNBA Philippines 2015 slated April 24 to 26 in Manila. Qualified players are 11-year-old Rozie Amatong of Modern International Learning Center-Davao, 14-year-old Rhea Ville Bausin of Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School , 14-year-old Paolo Emanuel Antonio of Stella Maris Academy of Davao , 14-year-old Christopher Gonzaga of the University of the Immaculate Conception and 13-year-old Jeffy Malilim of Corpus Christi School in Cagayan de Oro City outshone some 250 other applicants in the Alaska-presented two-day regional boot camp held at the UIC-Bajada Gym over the weekend.

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  3. 7 deaths due to dengue in Misamis OrientalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sun-Star

    WHILE dengue cases in Cagayan de Oro ebbed for the first quarter this year, the case in Misamis Oriental surged from January to March 31 with seven deaths recorded. Misamis Oriental Provincial Epidemic and Surveillance Unit records show 638 dengue cases with seven deaths.

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  4. Mutating from a - free-range' kid to a semi-helicopter parentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sun-Star

    THERE'S a buzz over a recent incident in Maryland, USA, where the parents of a six- and ten-year-old sibling allowed them to walk home alone from a park. Somebody called 911, the kids got picked up by the police and detained them for five and a half hours without informing the kids' parents.

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  5. BOC raises P837-M from sale of seized goodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ABS-CBN News

    MANILA Government was able to generate P837 million in revenues from the public auctions of imported goods seized at the Port of Manila and the Manila International Container Port last year. The Bureau of Customs collection district at the POM held six public auctions in 2014, which generated sales of P257 million or 150 percent over its revenue target of P103 million.

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  6. BOC raises P885M from sale of confiscated goodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sun-Star

    The BOC said P837 million or 95 percent of the total revenue was collected by Port of Manila and the Manila International Container Port . Aside from the said ports, other collection districts which contributed to the bureau's 2014 auction revenue are the Ports of Cebu with P48 million, Subic with P636,679 and Ninoy Aquino International Airport with P43,000.

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  7. PHL Gilas' Belangel posts - double-double'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sun-Star

    BACOLOD'S SJ Belangel scored 10 points and issued 10 assists for a rousing debut as skipper of the Philippines' national team over Malaysia, 106-69 on Wednesday in the 3rd Seaba Under 16 tournament at Xavier University in Cagayan de Oro City. Teammates Gian Mamuyac, Gomez de Llano, and Will Gozum combined for 41 of Batang Gilas' 56 points in the first half against the Malaysians output of 36. Belangel provided nifty quarterback moves in dishing assists and grabbed six rebounds to help the hosts lived up to expectations.

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  8. Power outages in Oro result to P60-M in lossesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sun-Star

    BUSINESSES and enterprises in the city incurred losses of P60 million in the power outages since April 10 until April 16. Cerael Donggay, president of Cagayan de Oro Chamber of Commerce , said the impact of the power interruption to local businesses peaked to an estimated 60 million pesos in losses. "[Of course] we're not happy with the outages because they really affected the production of the businesses," Donggay said.

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  9. Iloilo City to join national dance festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Sun-Star

    ILOILO City has been selected as one of eight cities in the country to host a simultaneous dance rally to celebrate International Dance Day and National Dance Week. Annie Divinagracia Sartorio of the National Committee on Dance said the Yugyugan para sa Kultura ng Bayan on April 29 is organized by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts with the City Government of Iloilo and SM Cty Iloilo as major partners.

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  10. Lumad group condemns arrest of 'Alae 8'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Sun-Star

    A RELATIVE of eight persons tagged as members of the New People's Army accused the military of illegal arrest. Melvy Anlagan, a fulltime staff member of Kalumbay Regional Lumad Organization, told reporters that her parents and relatives have been wrongfully accused by the military as NPA rebels in a press conference held at Cagayan de Oro Press Club yesterday, April 15,.

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  11. Oro power utility assures 'no more brownout'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Sun-Star

    BEGINNING today, Cagayan de Oro Electric Power and Light Co. lifts the rotational brownout it enforced in the city since April 10 after the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation , formerly the National Power Corporation , has added another 30 megawatt to Cepalco's daily requirement to run the city's power needs.

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  12. Oro fire damage pegged at P5MRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Sun-Star

    CAGAYAN DE ORO. Team leaders of various fire brigades coordinate with one another as they responded to the fire incident in a commercial building along Yacapin and Daumar streets in Cogon on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

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  13. SM Prime eyes Zamboanga, Butuan for Mindanao mall expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | ABS-CBN News

    SM Prime Holdings Inc. remains bullish on business growth opportunities in Mindanao despite peace and order issues in the island. The integrated property firm of Henry Sy's SM Group said Mindanao would be part of its planned aggressive expansion in the coming years as it seeks to capitalize on the region's strong economic potential.

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  14. More power outages expected in MindanaoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | ABS-CBN News

    More power outages are expected in Mindanao, after the water level at Pulangi Dam in Maramag, Bukidnon reached critical level. On Monday, the water level was at 279.8 meters, which improved slightly by Tuesday, after it reached 280.7 meters.

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  15. Mindanao power woes worsen as Pulangi, Lake Lanao water levels dropRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | MindaNews

    The water levels in Pulangi River in Bukidnon and Lake Lanao, major sources of hydropower in Mindanao, continued to drop worsening the power situation in some cities in the island already reeling from daily rotational blackouts. Starting Tuesday, the Cagayan Electric Power and Light Company whose franchise area covers the city and Jasaan and Villanueva towns in Misamis Oriental, has imposed an eight-hour rotational blackout.

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  16. Approve economic Cha-cha, lawmakers urgedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | ABS-CBN News

    Cagayan de Oro City Rep. Rufus Rodriguez yesterday urged the House of Representatives to approve ''economic Cha-cha '' when Congress resumes session in three weeks. "We can now pass the economic Cha-cha resolution.

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  17. Rodriguez dares MILF on BBL: Take it or leave itRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Sun-Star

    CAGAYAN de Oro Representative Rufus Rodriguez dismissed Monday the warning of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front against a watered down version of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law . Rodriguez who chairs ad hoc committee for the BBL vowed to pass an "acceptable" Bangsamoro law denied the MILF threat that amendments may result in "complications".

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  18. Luczon: Recurring interrupted livesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Sun-Star

    MORE than a week ago, just after the Holy Week and the emergence of the "Blood" Moon in the night sky, Mindanao experienced a major power interruption that caused a blackout in the key areas in the island on the wee hours of the night. It was dark and the wait was long, whether there's a mystic coincidence on the occurrence of rare phenomena of the lunar eclipse or not, the fact that Mindanao being swamped in a power crisis is not uncommon, which can contribute to a major economic lag for the whole island in the 21st century.

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  19. Oro power outage worsensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Sun-Star

    In its new advisory on Monday, Cagayan de Oro Electric Power and Light Co. has resorted to load shedding in three shifts to contain the power supply shortage that Mindanao has been experiencing since last month.

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  20. Clenro seeks help to battle vs environment degradationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Sun-Star

    THE City Local Environment and Natural Resources Office admitted it couldn't sustain its campaign against illegal activities like mining in the hinterland barangays of the city without the help of the other environment stakeholders. In a press conference held at Cagayan de Oro Press Club office on Tuesday, Dael discussed how they have been operating along the Iponan river and the communities surrounding it, battling illegal activities such as mining and felling, and from confiscating hydraulic machines to educating the lumad in the area.

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