04182014Breaking News:

Meatless Fridays

By Netnet Camomot MANNY Pacquiao had a fight last Sunday, and I forgot all about it. For a while there, I did wonder why some neighbors were suddenly in a celebratory mood. And that’s when I remembered. It was a rainy Palm Sunday, and how apt is that, [...]

Lumbia inmates start hunger strike

By Ben Balce INMATES at the Lumbia jail yesterday started a hunger strike to protest the alleged inhumane treatment they have been allegedly getting from their jailers.

Rodriguezes seek House probe into FBI report on arms trade

TWO congressmen have sought for an official inquiry  into the US’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) report that firearms seized in New Jersey in 2012 were transited from a port in Cagayan de Oro.

2 Miriams to meet over peace pact after Lent

By Carolyn Arguillas of Mindanews DAVAO City––  Government peace panel chair Miriam Coronel-Ferrer and Senator Miriam Santiago will meet to discuss the Bangsamoro peace pact “after Lent,” Ferrer told a gathering of the Catholic Bishops Conference [...]

Jaraula: ‘I never run from a good fight’

By Mark Francisco FORMER mayor Constantino Jaraula has denied leaving the country after his name was dragged in the pork-barrel mess.

More charges to be filed against Deloso, Galleto today

By Lito Rulona EMBATTLED former city police traffic director Senior Supt. Michael John Deloso and his aide PO3 Ernesto Galleto would be slapped with admnistrative charges before the ombudsman today in connection with the alleged  “tong” collections [...]

Hero guard was looking for work near hometown

By Mark Francisco THE guard who was shot dead on Friday while trying to fight off robbers in Barangay Kauswagan left behind an unemployed wife and three children.

Guv finds way of disciplining employees

By MARK FRANCISCO   MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano has upped a notch in disciplining provincial capitol employees. During the weekly flag-raising yesterday, Emano announced the issuances of a dozen memoranda requiring several department [...]

Hundreds of Oro trees cut without permission, bares Clenro

By Nitz Arancon HUNDREDS of trees have been cut in Dansolihon without the government’s permission.

Police finalize tight Holy Week security plan for Oro

By Nitz Arancon POLICE would implement a tight security plan in the city in time for the Holy Week, said Chief Insp. Lemuel Gonda, planning and operations chief of the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo).

Gunmen kill jail warden, wound aide in Surigao Sur

By Ben Serrano BUTUAN City––Three still unidentified men shot and killed the jail warden of  Lianga, Surigao del Sur, on Thursday.
RED TIDE-FREE.  Workers haul boxes of tamban freshly caught from the waters between Northern Mindanao and Visayas at the fish port in Opol town, Misamis Oriental yesterday.  The BFAR said tamban and other fishes caught in the deep seas are not affected by the red tide that have already slaughtered thousands of bangus and kitong in Northern Mindanao. (photo by Froilan Gallardo of Mindanews)

Avoid beaches affected by ‘red tide,’ warns BFAR

By Froilan Gallardo of Mindanews SWIMMERS and divers have been warned to stay away from the beaches and seas in Northern Mindanao affected by the red tide that have killed hundreds of bangus fry and kitong (rabbitfish) in Northern Mindanao.

2 men brutally killed, dumped in Opol town

By Ben Balce VILLAGERS found the bodies of two murdered men apparently dumped along a road in Barangay Malanan, Opol, Misamis Oriental, yesterday morning.

Red tide spreads out further in Normin

By Froilan Gallardo of Mindanews THE red tide that was first spotted in Iligan City last month has spread throughout the coastal areas in Region 10 and has killed hundreds of kitong fish in cages in Kauswagan town in Lanao del Norte, officials said Wednesday.

Council faces lawsuit over non-payment of ‘harassed’ RTA workers

ByNitz Arancon THE Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) employees who won a case against former mayor Vicente Emano over their displacement have threatened to sue Vice Mayor Caesar Ian Acenas and councilors unless they passed an ordinance to authorize [...]
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