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  1. Man stabs wife dead in CDORead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    A 53-year-old man stabbed his wife to death inside their house in Cagayan de Oro early Saturday morning. The victim was identified as Venus Nolasco, 58 years old. She and her husband, suspect Raul Nolasco, left their house last week due to their frequent fights.

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  2. Eldred Cole lives life to the fullestRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    MY FRIEND Eldred Cole has always stood out, whether it's with her quick smile that can reach as far as Silliman University or just her contagious congeniality. Anyway, she is in accordance with her item from the Department of Justice as deputy regional prosecutor at the Regional State Prosecutor's Office based in Cagayan de Oro City and I am proud of her accomplishments.

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  3. Butch Aggasid: Tattoo artist on-the-riseRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    INTERNATIONAL tattoo artist Albert John Aggasid is one of the most accomplished and talented tattoo artists in the Phillipines. He has been invited to conventions in Europe, the United States and Asia, after a long and storied career of winning both national competitions in the Philipines and international competitions.

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  4. Riverman's Vista: Man of the hourRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | MindaNews

    In MindaNews, there is a nice, poignant picture of my friend and cousin Rufus Rodriguez, congressional representative of my home city Cagayan de Oro, during the final voting on the Ad Hoc Committee draft of the Bangsamoro basic Law. Cong.

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  5. Committee-approved BBL: Is it faithful to the peace pact? Is it more than ARMM?Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | MindaNews

    By a vote of 50 in favor, 17 against and one abstention on Wednesday afternoon, the Ad Hoc Committee on the Bangsamoro Basic Law approved its substitute bill, HB 4994, providing for a Basic Law for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region, in what Committee chair Rep. Rufus Rodriguez of Cagayan de Oro described as a "historic vote," an "affirmative action to fully correct centuries of neglect and injustice."

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  6. 'Why wait for SC case vs BBL?'Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    Questions regarding the constitutionality of the Bangsamoro Basic Law should be settled by lawmakers now and not by the Supreme Court after the measure's approval by Congress, Senators Francis Escudero and Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said yesterday. They were reacting to Malacaang's statement that senators and other critics of the BBL can always challenge its constitutionality before the SC if ever the measure is passed.

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  7. Residents oppose biomass power plant in OroRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sun-Star

    While the Cagayan de Oro City Council approved last May 18 the construction of the six-megawatt biomass power plant in Barangay Tablon, some residents fear the negative effects it could bring to their community. "Dili man na maayo, kay makadaot man na sa panglawas sa mga tao kay abog man na ug baho man na, saba pa gyud kaayo while ga-construct, sige'g dukduk ," said Teresita Camingue, 50, a resident of Purok 6. Concepcion Santos, 75, told Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro that it would be better if construction of the power plant is stopped, as this would be no good for residents of the barangay.

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  8. Hottest day in Misamis Oriental was in AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sun-Star

    CAGAYAN DE ORO. These fishponds along Barangay Ulaliman in El Salvador City are drying up because of the intense heat this summer brought by the weak El Nino being experienced in the country, causing billions worth of crop and animal farm damages.

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  9. Magis Cup finals underway at XU gymRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sun-Star

    ST. MARY'S School and the Kong Hua School-reinforced Diamond dispute the premier 17-under crown of the First Magis Cup inter-school basketball tournament, which culminates Friday night at the Xavier University gym. Diamond-Kong Hua of coach Dante Banquerigo battled back from 15-point deficit on Wednesday to beat Sacred Heart A by 2 points and earn the right to face SMS Fiat in the finals.

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  10. Development peace councils back BBL passageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sun-Star

    THE joint Regional Development Council and the Peace and Order Council in Northern Mindanao approved Thursday a proposed resolution urging the speedy passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law . The BBL, which is under deliberation in Congress, seeks to implement the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro that calls for self-governance for the Moro people.

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  11. Senators say BBL raises constitutional red flagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABS-CBN News

    "Unless we sufficiently address the question of constitutionality, the concerns of all stakeholders, as well as practical issues of administration and other problematic provisions of BBL, it will surely be challenged before the Supreme Court," said Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr., chairman of the Senate committee tackling the BBL. Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago said the BBL cannot be approved in its present form, pointing out some of its provisions need an amendment to the Constitution to be accommodated.

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  12. Ukay-ukay importer charged with smugglingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sun-Star

    THE Bureau of Customs has filed smuggling charges against the owner of a used clothing or ukay-ukay store in Cagayan de Oro City at the Department of Justice . Cha Evangelos Tiu-Andit, owner of ERS Surplus on Gusa Highway, was charged with illegally importing a shipment of used clothing valued at P10 million.

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  13. Miriam told: Hear other sides in BBL debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sun-Star

    PEACE advocates in Mindanao told Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago to avoid "issuing sweeping statements" about the Bangsamoro Basic Law without first hearing other opinions. "It is incumbent upon our legislators to consider thoroughly pieces of legislation that have a significant impact on our country and its people such as the BBL.

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  14. 3 Days of DeliberationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | MindaNews

    Fatigue is written all over the face of House ad hoc committee chair and Cagayan de Oro lawmaker Rufus Rodriguez after three bruising days of deliberations on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law at the House of Representatives on Wednesday . Members of the ad hoc committee voted 50-17 in favor of the proposed law with one absention.

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  15. House committee rejects provision on titular head of Bangsamoro gov'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | MindaNews

    The House ad hoc committee on the Bangsamoro Basic Law on Tuesday struck down the provision creating the office of a titular head of government of the proposed autonomous region. The new version of the so-called "Chairman and Vice Chairman's Working Draft on the BBL" did not retain Article VIII creating the "Wali" or the ceremonial head of the proposed Bangsamoro.

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  16. Duterte warning to juvenile delinquents: I'll break your legsRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | MindaNews

    Despite the city winning a child-friendly award, Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte still had harsh words to say to juvenile delinquents when asked what he would do if they were found in schools. Speaking at Sunday's episode of Gikan sa Masa, Para sa Masa, Duterte warned he would "break the legs" of these wrongdoings if they get arrested by the police during school days.

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  17. Oro city council demands complete drought reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sun-Star

    EL SALVADOR. Jimmy Cangrehila, 47, a farmer in Taytay, El Salvador town in Misamis Oriental, prepares to plant rice despite the long dry spell.

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  18. NorMin schools raise tuitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sun-Star

    FIVE colleges and universities in Cagayan de Oro City were among the 313 private higher education institutions that were granted approval by the Commission on Higher Education to raise tuition and other school fees this school year. The other schools in northern Mindanao given the green light to raise fees are Christ the King College in Gingoog city, Iligan Medical Center College in Iligan city, La Salle University in Ozamiz city, Misamis University in Ozamiz and Oroquita cities, San Agustin Institute of Technology in Malaybalay city.

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  19. LOOK: VP gives away 'Binay' candiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | ABS-CBN News

    He reminded the group that senior citizens in Makati can get medical treatment for free while those who reach 100 years of age can get P100,000. The vice-president also visited Panabo Public Market where he had a boodle fight, posed with vendors and gave away "Binay" candies.

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  20. Rare Balquin's feat in Surigao chess tiltRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Sun-Star

    WITH his chess pupils winning the bacon in the recent Davao del Norte Palaro, it was the turn of Cagayan de Oro ace Johnnel Balquin to shine in the royal game that he loves the most like no other since childhood. The 30-something Balquin, who literally secluded his life within the 64-square-board, unleashed his might in a star-studded field that included two Grandmasters and two International Masters to score what his followers and critics alike perceived as the greatest performance of his life.

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