Philippines Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. DOTr: Then and nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Manila Bulletin

    ... commercial airports capable of night-time operations is also a priority of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). From only 15 night-rated airports by mid-2016, the number is now at 20. And, this year, four more are being ...

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  2. Rising to protect Philippine RiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Manila Bulletin

    Many find it weird why focus was on an uncontested area instead of the West Philippine Sea where Filipinos are increasingly frustrated over the seemingly inadequate response of the Philippines to China's relentless intrusions into our exclusive economic zone. But the attention drawn last week to the Philippine Rise, formerly called Benham Rise, when President Duterte led the send-off of Filipino scientists to do a six-month research in the area has undoubtedly become a source of pride and great hope that our country would indeed never give up on what is rightfully ours.

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  3. 2,894 teachers get honoraria for election serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    THE Commission on Elections has started releasing honoraria for the 2,894 teachers who served the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan officials in Cagayan de Oro. City Comelec Officer Ramil Acol said the honoraria are released through cash cards which will be distributed to all the teachers who were chairpersons and members of electoral boards in various polling precincts.

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  4. CDO United FC wins U15 crownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    TALISAY CITY. CDO United FC players receiving their trophy and medals after capturing the Boys U15 title in the Ceres Cup in Talisay City, Negros Occidental.

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  5. Oro captures 2 golds in athleticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    Cagayan de Oro City athletics team on Monday pulled two gold medals and a bronze from swimming in the ongoing 2018 Philippine National Games at Abellana Sorts Complex here. Team CdeO has a total of three gold, one silver and two bronze medals after 12 noon Monday, May 21. Erwin Mancao was the first to salvage a gold medal after winning the 5,000 meters run youth boys, while Lexmar Cupin handed Team CdeO's first medal after his silver finish in discus throw youth boys.

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  6. Oro media group calls for truthful reportingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    ... a hundred members coming from the city's quad-media practitioners, is considered as the oldest press club in the Philippines having been established on Nov. 11, 1951. It is now on its 67th year.

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  7. Rehabilitation of war-torn Marawi to be completed by 2021: Philippine officialRead the original story

    Monday | Xinhuanet

    The rehabilitation work in the former battle area in the war-torn Marawi city will start in June and will be completed by 2021, a Philippines official said on Monday. Felix Castro, the assistant secretary of Urban Development Coordinating Council and the manager of the Task Force Bangon Marawi Field Office, told Xinhua that the rehabilitation of the Marawi city in the southern Philippines, which will be divided to two phases, will start in June.

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  8. `Bloody ambush' probe startsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    NORTHERN Mindanao Police director Chief Superintendent Timoteo Pacleb has ordered the creation of a Special Investigation Task Group to probe the attempt on the life of Pantao Ragat, Lanao del Norte Mayor Lacson Lantud, which killed four people and wounded three others over the weekend. Lantud survived the ambush but four of his companions were killed namely: Police Officer 1 Mahid Macalaba, Lomidong village chief-elect Khaliq Disamburon, Casunding Hasim and a certain Tarapas.

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  9. Bambi backs Bong Go's - Senate bid'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    MISAMIS Oriental Governor Yevgeny Emano announced on Monday, May 21, that he is leading a regional movement that aims to urge Special Assistant to the President Christopher "Bong" Go to run for senator in the 2019 midterm elections. Emano said he was appointed as regional chairman of "Sulong ang Pagbabago" movement for Northern Mindanao during its launching last Thursday, May 17, in Manila.

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  10. Christian, Muslim leaders unite as Marawi siege rememberedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    TO MARK the armed conflict in Marawi City on Wednesday, May 23, Roman Catholic and Muslim religious leaders from Mindanao have come up with a unified stand on what approach the government and other stakeholders must take to rehabilitate the war-torn city. Bishops, imams and ulamas issued on Monday, May 21, a manifesto titled "Marawi and Beyond," a copy of which was released to the media late Monday.

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  11. Cop linked to Fernandez kidnapping attacked in jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    ONE of the Cagayan de Oro City policemen accused in the 2016 Enrique Fernandez III kidnapping case survived the assassination attempt inside the Misamis Oriental Provincial Jail over the weekend. Police Officer 3 Alejandro Ubanan was attacked by three fellow inmates using an improvised knife while all prisoners gathered at the MOPJ ground for the head count around 3 p.m., Sunday, May 20. Ubanan sustained two stabbed wounds on his chest and was rushed to Northern Mindanao Medical Center .

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  12. Ravanera: ConscientizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    NO LESS than Paulo Pierre, a well-known author of the Book, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, and working then as an Educator of the United Nations in the 80's coined the term, Conscientisacao , "the action or process of making others aware of political and social conditions, especially as a precursor to challenging inequalities of treatment or opportunity; the fact of being aware of these conditions."

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  13. ECC intensifies compensation benefits awarenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    THE Employees' Compensation Commission is informing all employees of government and private sector who encounter work-related disabilities that they can claim compensation benefits and career's allowance. The ECC team is in the city as they brace for the advocacy seminar in Camiguin to inform over 100 participants, mostly human resource officers, employers of various establishments, government representatives, and all uniformed personnel to intensify awareness on the employees' compensation program.

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  14. Rehabilitation efforts for war-torn Marawi City to be in full swingRead the original story

    Monday | Xinhuanet

    Displaced residents rest inside their tent at an evacuation center in Marawi City, the Philippines, May 21, 2018. Rehabilitation efforts for the war-torn Marawi City will be in full swing starting on June 2018, according to the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

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  15. 12 cops, 3 police provincial offices fetedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    At least 12 deserving policemen of the Police Regional Office -Central Luzon and three police provincial offices were given recognition during the Monday flag raising rites here Monday. Given recognition by Chief Superintendent Amador Corpus, PRO-Central Luzon director, were Medalya ng Kadakilaan recipient Police Office 3 Lacson Pataray for bravely saving a man from drowning along the stretch of Cagayan River in Cauayan, Isabela; PO1 Marvin Magyano received the Medalya ng Papuri for bringing a man with gunshot wound to the nearest hospital, while PO1 Ann Jerica Buenafe was awarded the Medalya ng Papuri for bagging the PNP Ms Makakalikasan title in the recent nationwide PNP Search for Ganda Pulis 2018.

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  16. Australian Embassy distributes school kitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    BRIGADA. Australian Embassy Deputy Head of Mission to the Philippines Mat Kimberley paints the walls of a schoolbuilding at Teodoro Palma Gil Elementary School in Davao City Monday, May 21, as part of the Brigada Eskwela.

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  17. Traditional Chinese paintings exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    ... to understand and respect each other's culture and traditions. Pushing for art appreciation between China and Philippines, Jiavao Ventures organized a traditional Chinese painting show last May 13 at Waterfront Insular Hotel Davao. The exhibit ...

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  18. Australia waiting for PH action on banana exportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    THE Australian government is still waiting for the Philippines' coordination regarding the banana exportation as it vows to remain open and willing as long as the quarantine procedures are followed. February of this year Pilipino Banana Growers and Exporters Association president Stephen Antig said they are hopeful of the possibility of an export market to Australia after Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Amanda Gorely said in a press conference in Makati City that they are willing to assist banana exporters in the Philippines to comply with the export measures of Australia.

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  19. PH mangoes wanted in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    THERE is a trade opportunity for Philippines mangoes to Australia, said an executive of an Australian Embassy in the Philippines. During the Kapehan sa Dabaw press conference at SM City Davao held yesterday, May 21, Deputy Head for Mission of the Australian Embassy in the Philippines Mat Kimberley said their country only produces mangoes for six months and for the remaining six months they export mangoes from other countries.

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  20. Hidalgo: Advanced developments a boom for MindanaoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    OPEC entity offers to fund P3-billion projects. A financial society established by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries offered these grants to reduce poverty in developing countries.

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