Tuesday, July 7, 2020
- Advertisement -

Mindanao

Guv. Tamayo Reopens Borders To Travels Within Soccsksargen

South Cotabato province on Wednesday reopened its borders to travelers from other parts of Region 12 (Soccsksargen) as it continued with the phased restart of economic activities amid the continuing COVID-19.

Mayor Armando Orders Intensified Anti-Dengue Measures

Mayor Armando was alarmed after receiving reports that 33 patients, including minors and adults, have been infected by the mosquito-borne disease in an evacuation center in Barangay Luna Norte.

Mayor Sara: Davao City Ready To Impose Guidelines Under MGCQ

Davao City is all set to implement the guidelines for modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) effective July 1 until July 15, after PRRD downgraded the area to less strict MGCQ.

Mayor Carla: Stricter Measures Up VS. COVID-19 In Surigao Sur Town

The Surigao del Sur town of Cantilan will implement starting July 1 stricter quarantine measures after observing an increase of COVID-19 cases among locally-stranded individuals.

Mayor Sara Renews Calls For Dabawenyos to Help Contain COVID-19

Mayor Sara has once again called on the Dabawenyos' cooperation to curb the transmission of COVID-19.

Leysa: Soccsksargen Is PH’s Top Implementer For CMGP Road Projects

According to Leysa, Soccsksargen recorded a physical accomplishment rate of 95.80 percent for CMGP projects funded from 2016 to 2019.

Harvest Festival Showcases Hybrid Rice Production Technology

Harvest Festival showcases the importance of community-based technology on hybrid rice production for the model farm.

Pacamalan: MisOr Farmers Lose P400-M Income To COVID-19

Some 100,000 farmers in Misamis Oriental lost an average of PHP300 to PHP400 million worth of income because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

DA-12 Extends Aid To Kidapawan Quake-Stricken Farmers

Each farmer received PHP5,000 taken from the Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (RCEF) of the DA through the Land Bank of the Philippines.

Tecson Urges Dabawenyos To Buy Tickets From Legitimate Agents

Dabawenyos who wish to travel in and out of the country are reminded to purchase tickets directly from airline companies and their legitimate agents, City Tourism Officer Gene Rose Tecson said.

Latest News

Garmin Partners Physioq To Support And Accelerate COVID-19 Research

Neo helps users and family members keep track of their vitals including blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), heart rate, respiration rate, sleep and body temperature.

Self-Care Is Essential, Now And Always

Who says self-care has to be postponed this quarantine?

Latest Appliances From XTREME To Gear Your Home This New Normal

Check out XTREME's new line of appliances that promotes productivity and efficiency at its best price!

Grab, Navotas Provide Livelihood Opportunities For The Recovery Of Navotenos

The partnership will likewise provide market access to at least 500 small businesses in Navotas who are greatly affected by the pandemic.

Rep. Salceda: House Prepared To Boost Testing, Tracing For COVID-19

SALCEDA: "“So we’re doing so-so, and can do better. We are prepared to take up proposals from the Executive to help us improve these numbers.”

Benguet Farmers See Better Yield With New Potato Variety

Potato farmers in northern Benguet are expected to plant more of potato varieties from Canada after a bountiful harvest during their first trial.

Sen. Binay Wants More Transparency On Meralco Bills

BINAY: "While we thank Meralco for giving a refund of the amount it may have overcharged, we are still asking for more transparency on our electric bills."

Dir. Jimenez: DepEd-7 To Conduct Trial Run On New Learning Modality

JIMENEZ: "So far, DepEd in Region 7 is always on the go. There is an ongoing preparation so that we can assure that by the opening of classes on August 24, we will be able to implement the Learning Continuity Plan.”

Dir. Jimenez: DepEd-7 To Conduct Trial Run On New Learning Modality

JIMENEZ: "So far, DepEd in Region 7 is always on the go. There is an ongoing preparation so that we can assure that by the opening of classes on August 24, we will be able to implement the Learning Continuity Plan.”

Guv. Fernando: Over 3K Bulakenyo Students Get Financial Aid

Around 3,314 poor but deserving students in Bulacan have received financial assistance from the provincial government under its "Tulong Pang-Edukasyon para sa Kabataang Bulakenyo" program.