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Amante appeals for aid; brings goods to Tacloban Read 829 times | Posted on November 12, 2013 @ 2 years ago

By PAT SAMONTE

BUTUAN CITY – Mayor Ferdinand Amante, Jr. had left for Tacloban Ciy Sunday with a team of doctors, paramedics, employees from the City Engineers Office, and some members of the local police aboard a dump truck and rescue vehicles to assist in the cleaning and clearing operations in the Eastern Visayas city which a top US military official said was “devastated” by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” last Friday. Read the rest of this entry

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Chemical exports rise over 15% in 2 years

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Exports of the Philippine chemical industry are expected to increase over 15 percent annually in the next two years, driven by new investments into the sector. Read the rest of this entry

Read 935 times | Posted on November 02, 2013
Mindanao bananas now in US markets

By LOVELY MAE CASENAS, Staff Member

MINDANAO-produced bananas finally made it to the US markets with the arrival last week of the maiden shipment of 7.047 metric tons of Cavendish variety at the Port of Long Beach near Los Angeles. Read the rest of this entry

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Power rate hike looms as forex, fuel cost surge

By LOVELY MAE CASENAS, Staff Member

JUST as the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM) lately announced the impending refund that would soon be reflected in the electric bills of consumers in Luzon and Mindanao regions, the state-owned National Power Corp (Napocor), on the other hand, is seeking an increase in electricity rates across the country to recoup higher costs brought about by a weak peso and more expensive fuel. Read the rest of this entry

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Siege takes heavy toll on Zambo businesses

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By LOVELY MAE V. CASENAS
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AS the standoff between the government forces and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) continues to paralyze banks’ operation in Zamboanga City, business activities absorb the heaviest toll. Read the rest of this entry

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Lanao media practitioners tapped on line safety info drive
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By Apipa P. Bagumbaran

MARAWI CITY, Lanao del Sur — The country’s power grid operator has enlisted the help of Lanao media to disseminate information on transmission line safety.

Safety violations are detrimental to transmission operations and public safety, said Beth Ladaga, National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) Mindanao Regional Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Officer, during the Media Orientation on ROW Violations in Lanao and Facility Tour in Iligan Area Control Center, yesterday, March 26. Read the rest of this entry


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Mindanao Daily News NORTHERN MINDANAO

‘Selda Otso’ inmates bolt Maguindanao jail
Read 47 times | Posted on August 28, 2015

By Ferdinandh B. Cabrera, of MindaNews

COTABATO City–Using an improvised hack saw and a liquid solution soaked in soap, five inmates managed to bolt the Maguindanao provincial jail by sawing off the steel grill during a heavy downpour Tuesday midnight. Read the rest of this entry

Iliganons slam Roxas
Read 85 times | Posted on August 26, 2015

By CRIS DIAZ
Executive Editor

CAGAYAN de Oro City––Angry protesters drove Interior Secretary Mar Roxas away during a visit the city’s public market Wednesday morning. Read the rest of this entry



Mindanao Daily News DAVAO REGION

Digong: 50-50 chance now on running for president
Read 44 times | Posted on August 31, 2015

By Antonio L. Colina IV of MindaNews

DAVAO City––As calls encouraging him to run for president intensified, Davao City mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte said on Friday it’s now a 50-50 chance that he may run for the country’s highest post in next year’s national elections.
He told reporters at the culmination of the “Run Duterte Run” caravan on Friday: “(Will) it be 50-50 if I am not considering to run?” he said, adding his decision “could go either way.”
Duterte had earlier said he was not at all interested in the Presidency.
On Friday, he said he still needs more time to convince his family, especially his daughter, former City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, who objects to his running for President because of age. Duterte is turning 70 in March.
“Wala ko problema, si Inday murag naga-dala sa pamilya. Anak gud nako na. Kabalo ka anang Inday (I don’t have any problems. It’s Sara who handles the family after her mother and I got separated. She’s my daughter. You know Sara),” he said.
Duterte, mayor from 1988 to 1998, representative of the first district from 1998 to 2001 and mayor again from 2001 to 2010, served as vice mayor to his daughter-mayor from 2010 to 2013. In 2013, he was elected mayor for the seventh time with son Paolo as vice mayor.
Duterte has been prodded by various groups since last year to run for President in 2016 but he has repeatedly said he was not interested in running, until Friday’s 50-50 possibility.
If he can have his way, he explained, he would like to serve the people despite his age because “I love the Philippines, it is the land of my birth, it is the home of my people.”
A little more time
Despite the incessant objection of his family, Duterte added he would only need a little more time to get their approval.
“Konting panahon na lang at kausapin ko sila… Baka makita ng mga anak ko, baka mag-iba ang isip nila. Pagmag-usap kami nito (Sara), sabihin ko na lang ‘day, makita mo naman ang hiningi ng mga tao,” (Just give me a little more time and I will talk to them… My children might change their mind. When I talk to Sara, I will tell her, ‘Day, you have seen what the people are asking), he said before a thousand supporters from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
The sea of people who had participated in the caravan since August 15 then broke into cheers after gleaning a possibility that Duterte had been moved by the massive support and that he would finally decide to run.
“Basta pag-dating ng panahon, walang sisihan. Siguraduhin lang ninyo, kayong mga hindi taga dito, siguraduhin ninyo na manalo ako” (When the time comes, no blaming. Just make sure, those who are not from here, make sure I win).
The caravan, which started on August 15 in Manila, was organized by a group called “Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte National Executive Coordinating Committee” (MRRD NECC), which gathered some 10,000 supporters and at least 3,000 vehicles from across the country, as a show of support for Duterte.

In the gathering of councilors at SMX Convention Center Davao last June, former mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said she will give her all-out support should her father decide to run for President even if running for this position is unfit for his age, considering that he will be facing a multitude of problems that have to be addressed.

Constitutional constraints
In his 70-minute speech, he made reference to the Presidency six times and how he would run the country and what reforms he would implement.
First, Duterte said it is going to be a tough road for his administration if ever he becomes President and that he would only face the same fate as former Presidents Joseph Ejercito Estrada and Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, and President Benigno S. Aquino III if he works within the present Constitutional structure.
“I do not want to get elected and sit there at pareho lang ang sistema na susundin ko, I am bound to fail… I cannot solve the problems,” he said while pertaining to the corruption problems that are hounding most of the politicians in the country. He said he would only lengthen the agony of the Filipinos should he become President if he follows the same system that works according to the Constitution, which for Duterte, is the problem itself.
“Kasi sa Constitution mismo, nandyan ang corruption,” he said.
Duterte has been going around the key areas in the country to push for a shift to a federal form of government.
He said he does not want to fail in fulfilling his duties at the end of the six-year term.
He also reiterated earlier pronouncements that he would declare a revolutionary government should there be anyone who would get in his way and file an impeachment case against him while he is implementing reforms.
“Pag ako kinuwestyon at pinaylan ng impeachment ground, makiusap ako sa kanila… at kung ito lang ang paraan para magkaroon tayo ng reporma at pahirapan, magdeclare ako ng revolutionary government (If they would question me and file an impeachment case, I will talk to them… and if this is the only way to bring about reforms and they’ll make it difficult, I will declare a revolutionary government,” he said.
He also discussed cleaning up government agencies such as the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Bureau of Customs, Government Service Insurance Company, Social Security System, and Philippine National Police of corrupt officials and workers.
Mindanao first
Should his plan on having a revolutionary government take shape, he said he will prioritize Mindanao first and that he would talk to the Moro people.
He said he got a copy of the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law before it reached Congress, “at nung binasa ko sabi ko mahirap, baka hindi makalusot” (when I read it, I said, this will face difficulties, it might not pass).
He said he would also appeal to the communists to give up armed struggle to allow development to prosper. “Let’s not take arms against each other. Why kill each other?,” he said.
He also lambasted the unfair sharing of Internal Revenue Allotment among local government units and the biases in the allocation of infrastructure projects in Mindanao. (Antonio L. Colina IV / MindaNews)

Nationwide caravan urges Mayor Duterte to run
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By Marionne Mabalot & Sara Castor

DAVAO CITY — Various groups nationwide will held a “Run Duterte” caravan, one of which will be held at Rizal Park, here, today (August 28, 2015), with a candle-lighting ceremony, which the organizers aimed to convince Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte to join the race for presidency in the next year’s polls. Read the rest of this entry

Mindanao Daily News CARAGA REGION

DAR chief hands titles, eqpt. to farmers in Peace Caravan
Read 42 times | Posted on August 31, 2015

By JOIE CEBALLOS

LIANGA, Surigao del Sur — Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio de los Reyes led the distribution of land ownership awards (CLOAs) to 24 farmers during a Peace Caravan last August 25, 2015 here. Read the rest of this entry

TESDA to mark 21st anniv celebration in Caraga
Read 63 times | Posted on August 28, 2015

TANDAG CITY, Surigao del Sur – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) here is set to join the 21st Anniversary Celebration activities to be spearheaded by its Caraga Regional Office under Regional Director Florencio Sunico, Jr. on August 28, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. to be held at Almond Inland Resort in Butuan City. Read the rest of this entry

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DepEd CDO division holds journalism seminar for teachers

By MARK FRANCISCO, Mindanao Daily Lifestyle Editor

THE City Schools Division of Cagayan de Oro of the Department of Education (DepEd) conducted a three-day Journalism Enhancement Seminar from Thursday to Saturday this week at Hotel Koresco in Cagayan de Oro City. Read the rest of this entry

Read 94 times | Posted on August 20, 2015
Himugso Heritage Feature: Cagayan de Oro’s Square Garden

By Dr. Blas Ch. Velez

(In commemoration of the 65th Anniversary of the City Charter of Cagayan de Oro, we are bringing back these stories on “Birthing the City”)

Did you know our pre-Spanish Kagay-anon ancestors once had their own version of the famous Madison Square Garden? Present-day Kagay-anons will be proud of the fact that they share a common bond with their 15th century forefathers-they all have, at one time or another, taken a stroll along our local square. Read the rest of this entry

Read 253 times | Posted on June 06, 2015
Gov’t to offer aid for El-Niño stricken MisOr areas

BY Micka Angela Victoria B. Virtudazo

The Provincial Agriculture Office (PAgrO) of Misamis Oriental has identified six municipalities that are heavily affected by El Nino. The long dry spell has been damaging crops and agricultural & aquacultural products in the Municipalities of Balingasag, Lagonglong, Naawan, Opol, Claveria and Jasaan, all in the province of Misamis Oriental. Read the rest of this entry

Read 259 times | Posted on May 30, 2015
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Over 34,000-hectare Agusan-Cugman watershed cluster cut across political boundaries

By URIEL C. QUILINGUING

An inter-agency and multi-sectoral groups are collectively pushing for the protection of the Agusan-Cugman watershed cluster on the eastern side of Cagayan de Oro, hence the need for a memorandum of agreement (MOA) among local government officials and leaders of civil society organizations. Read the rest of this entry

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The city’s oldest university and one of the world’s biggest knowledge sharers have signed a partnership agreement which would expand its knowledge sharing network in the Philippines and abroad. Read the rest of this entry

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Deogold Jewels opens at Limketkai Center

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AN online jewelry startup from Ozamiz City opened up its boutique at Limketkai Center yesterday. Read the rest of this entry

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Recreational Outdoor eXchange (R.O.X) teams up with Centrio Ayala Mall Cagayan de Oro to promote a healthy lifestyle through its Bike Out event, August 9. Read the rest of this entry

Read 51 times | Posted on August 17, 2015
1st Mindanao Photo Summit: Just the Beginning

by Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy of BusinessWeek Mindanao

The Cagayan de Oro photography club, Oro Photographic Society (OPS), successfully organized the first ever Mindanao Photo Summit, July 31 to August 2. Themed “Island Interlinks,” the Summit also showcased photographic equipment, gears, accessories, and other related products on exhibit at the Centrio Ayala Mall. Read the rest of this entry

Read 94 times | Posted on August 10, 2015
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Bidders for Steag plant down to 6

THE bidders for the 210-megawatt power output of the Mindanao coal fired power plant has been reduced to six, according to Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) president and chief executive officer Lourdes Alzona. Read the rest of this entry

Read 32 times | Posted on August 31, 2015
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By CARMELITO Q. FRANCISCO, Correspondent

MINDANAO’S power supply situation tightened up once more after a two-week respite amid decreased output from the two government-run hydroelectric complexes. Read the rest of this entry

Read 54 times | Posted on August 28, 2015
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By CARMELITO Q. FRANCISCO, Correspondent

EXPERTS in electronic commerce (e-commerce) have urged small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to take full advantage of the Internet’s potential by establishing their presence online. Read the rest of this entry

Read 54 times | Posted on August 25, 2015
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