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Tugade: safety, volume, transparency key to sustain Davao-GenSan-Bitung route

Tugade: safety, volume, transparency key to sustain Davao-GenSan-Bitung route

By WALTER I. BALANE DAVAO CITY  (May 1, 2017) — Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade cited three ingredients to ensure the sustainability of the Davao-General Santos-Bitung roll on roll off (RoRo)… Read more »

Wao mulls state of calamity due to two-day tremors

Wao mulls state of calamity due to two-day tremors

MALAYBALAY CITY (/ 13 April) — The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) of Wao, Lanao del Sur has passed a resolution recommending to its Sangguniang Bayan (SB)… Read more »

PACE OF PEACE: State of the school address (SOSA) to bring the school closer to people

PACE OF PEACE: State of the school address (SOSA) to bring the school closer to people

By Lourdes G. dela Torre, Ph.D,.LPT MARAMAG, Bukidnon (07 April 2017/BukidnonNews.Net)  – Education is the most important of the social services that the government offers to the public. It has… Read more »

SPECIAL REPORT:  Pondo alang sa Lumad: sa edukasyon o sa festival?

SPECIAL REPORT: Pondo alang sa Lumad: sa edukasyon o sa festival?

MARAMAG, Bukidnon (BukidnonNews.Net/30 March 2017) Sa pag-usbaw sa adlaw, kapin 90 ka estudyanteng Lumad ang gapaninguha nga makakat-on og bag-ong kahibalo gikan sa ilang tunghaan, ang Mindanao Tribal School, Incorporated… Read more »

SPECIAL REPORT: Great expectations await Davao-Gensan-Bitung link: ASEAN’s first” RoRo shipping service

SPECIAL REPORT: Great expectations await Davao-Gensan-Bitung link: ASEAN’s first” RoRo shipping service

By Walter I. Balane DAVAO CITY – Taxi driver Rondie Madria, 36, hopes he could bring his passengers to their destination fast and safely every day. He hates days when… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Misrepresenting ethnic groups

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Misrepresenting ethnic groups

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/13 March 2017) Lately, I discovered some literature that misrepresented some ethnic groups in Bukidnon. A certain study on maternal and child health… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS:  Re-discovering the “Kulaman tribe” in Bukidnon

BUKIDNON VIEWS:  Re-discovering the “Kulaman tribe” in Bukidnon

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/19 February 2017) –  In 2014, Bukidnon State University launched a coffee table book featuring 64 Bukidnon artifacts from among the hundreds collected… Read more »

TRAVEL:  Mount Maculot: The First of More Weekend Getaways

TRAVEL: Mount Maculot: The First of More Weekend Getaways

Story by Ace Parilla for BukidnonNews.Net Photos by Carlyn Loselle Caguicla CUENCA, Batangas (BukidnonNews.Net/31 December 2016) “Cuenca! Cuenca!,” the jeepney driver yelled as we passed by the infamous arch with… Read more »

PACE OF PEACE:  Education and empowerment through gender and development 

PACE OF PEACE: Education and empowerment through gender and development 

By Lourdes G. dela Torre, Ph.D MARAMAG, Bukidnon (BukidnonNews.Net/30 December 2016) The concerns for Gender and Development has been given emphasis internationally by the Convention on the Elimination of all… Read more »

Bukidnon Lumads, other officials welcome GPH-NDF ceasefire

Bukidnon Lumads, other officials welcome GPH-NDF ceasefire

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/27 August) The  Lumads (Indigenous Peoples) of Bukidnon, many of them caught in the crossfire of the decades old conflict between the Philippine government (GPH) and the National Democratic… Read more »