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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 »

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 »

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 »

BEYOND THE FOUR WALLS: How not to get killed in media?

BEYOND THE FOUR WALLS: How not to get killed in media?

By Walter I. Balane MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/ 1 June) – I am reviewing my instructional materials (IMs) in journalism/media writing even if classes in our university resume only in August…. Read more »

Don’t shoot the messenger, Mr. President  – PPI Statement

Don’t shoot the messenger, Mr. President – PPI Statement

The Philippine Press Institute (PPI) urgently calls on the incoming administration to commit itself in no uncertain terms to protecting journalists and other media workers in the country and thus… Read more »

FOI coalition Welcomes Duterte Plan to Issue EO  

FOI coalition Welcomes Duterte Plan to Issue EO  

The Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition, a network of organizations and civil society leaders pushing for the passage of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act for the past fifteen… Read more »

Datu Omao, Malaybalay IP mandatory rep, shot dead

Datu Omao, Malaybalay IP mandatory rep, shot dead

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/ 17 May) – Umayamnon tribal leader Benjamin “Otto” Omao was shot dead past 8 a.m. today by three unidentified gunmen who posed as solicitors in his office… Read more »

Construction Reporting: Nailing It Right

Construction Reporting: Nailing It Right

Think construction reporting, and what comes to mind? Carl Jerome Maroma, a correspondent for CLTV36, used to think it was all about crafting a story about an infrastructure project and… Read more »

Journalists map political dynasties

Journalists map political dynasties

Nestor Banuag Jr., head of National Citizen’s Movement for Free Elections (NAMFREL) Cagayan de Oro Chapter speaks to participants of MindaNews’ Mapping Political Dynasties Training for Mindanao Journalists held at… Read more »