By Nitz Arancon EMMANUEL Mulawan Sr. yesterday showed signs of being broken––he behaved strangely on a hospital bed.
By Ben Serrano By Ben Serrano BUTUAN City––Fresh skirmishes between the military and New People’s Army (NPA) disrupted classes in Barangay Bitan-agan, this city, for two days now over fears teachers and students would get caught in the crossfires. Some [...]
By Lito Rulona THE National Democratic Front (NDF) has temporarily suspended plans to release two army soldiers being held as “POWs” by the New People’s Army (NPA) in Bukidnon. This was announced by the NDF after the government cold-shouldered calls [...]
By Lito Rulona COUNCILOR Ramon Tabor has lashed out at Councilor Lourdes Darimbang over her complaint that the former stopped her from delivering a speech in connection with moves to revise the city’s tax code. Darimbang earlier said Tabor served as [...]
CLOUD 9, General Luna, Siargao Island––Small swells forced organizers of the 20th Siargao International Surfing Competition to postpone the contest proper that was scheduled to start yesterday. Gerry Deagan, event director, said the contest will begin [...]
By Ben Serrano BUTUAN City––The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) yesterday arrested three men found with suspected shabu in Cabadbaran, Agusan del Norte.
VARIOUS groups will attempt to break today India’s record by planting 4.6 million tree seedlings across Mindanao.
REGION 12 groups are targeting to plant 504,500 trees in connection with the country’s bid to break the Guinness world record for the most number of trees planted in an hour.
By: Ike Señeres COMMON sense will tell us that having one of the longest tropical coastlines in the world (we are second only to Indonesia) gives us not only the competitive advantage of producing goods that are practically unique to us, but it also [...]
By Butch Bagabuyo “There is nothing permanent except change.” ––Herodotus “EVEN nostalgia isn’t what it used to be. The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress,” stated Charles F. Kettering. But according [...]
MAYOR Oscar Moreno over the weekend welcomed the revival of the rape case against Cagayan de Oro Water District (COWD) senior draftsman cum whistleblower Emmanuel Mulawan Sr., saying it would give him and his accuser the opportunity to face each other [...]
By Carolyn Arguillas of Mindanews Conclusion DAVAO City––The final draft Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) lists the reserved powers exercised by the national government and the exclusive and concurrent powers exercised by the Bangsamoro government, as well [...]
By Lito Rulona THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Ageny (PDEA) arrested five people, and seized some P7 million worth of suspected shabu during an operation in Barangay Poblacion, Kalilangan, Bukidnon, on Friday evening. PDEA regional director Emerson Margate [...]
By Ben Serrano BUTUAN City––The owner of a construction company has threatened to sue members of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) office in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur, for allegedly disqualifying [...]
By Shiela Mae Butlig and Paola Gaabucayan SEN. Teofisto Guingona III has urged relatives of the two soldiers being held by the New People’s Army (NPA) to be patient even as they assured them that he was helping in putting in effect a suspension of military [...]