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Letter to the Editor: Anakbayan on Comelec’s decison on party-list groups

Letter to the Editor: Anakbayan on Comelec’s decison on party-list groups

Amid strong and legitimate opposition, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) allowed Malacanang-backed Partylists, like Akbayan, to run in 2013 elections. After the Supreme Court ruled that party-list representatives need not… Read more »

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Ma. Easterluna Canoy on “Bringing Home A Spark of Hope”

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Ma. Easterluna Canoy on “Bringing Home A Spark of Hope”

BERLIN (Bukidnon News/15 March) As I step into the big and solid Ministry buildings here in Berlin where the board meeting of the Green Climate Fund takes place, I imagine… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS |ANGARAY’S TAKE|  Over a cup of coffee

BUKIDNON VIEWS |ANGARAY’S TAKE| Over a cup of coffee

By Loreta Sol Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News/09 March 9) After a ‘walk to remember’ this morning in the Capitol Grounds, I grabbed a cup of brewed coffee from the… Read more »

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD:  COMMENT: Malaybalay, a journey …

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: COMMENT: Malaybalay, a journey …

By Atty. Dingkay Belisario DT-Cardona CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (Bukidnon News/05 March) This is not an authoritative description of a place or an era or a period. It does not… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Kaamulan 2013: Symbols of Lumad Life in street dancing

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Kaamulan 2013: Symbols of Lumad Life in street dancing

By Loreta Sol Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY  (Bukidnon News/03 March) I had all the time to see street dancing this morning (March 2) which was participated by 5 municipalities and 2… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS:  ANGARAY’S TAKE: Binukid, an integral part of Bukidnon’s culture

BUKIDNON VIEWS: ANGARAY’S TAKE: Binukid, an integral part of Bukidnon’s culture

By Loreta Sol Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News/26 February) On 21 February 1952, four young people in Bangladesh were killed because they campaigned for the use of their mother tongue,… Read more »

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Savannah Sunset: Where art thou Malaybalay?

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Savannah Sunset: Where art thou Malaybalay?

By Rubelyn B. Yap GHANA (Bukidnon News.Net/11February) Calm.  Fresh air.  Chirping birds. Cool breeze. Few shops. Few people. Few transportation. Familiar faces. Safe. This is the Malaybalay I vividly remember…. Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Angaray’s Take: Protecting the public

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Angaray’s Take: Protecting the public

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News.Net/23 January) Today’s (January 19) weather in Malaybalay, rainy and windy, made me settle down from outdoor activities. While waiting for students… Read more »

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Savannah Sunset: The Filipino Spirit

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Savannah Sunset: The Filipino Spirit

By Rubelyn B. Yap GHANA (Bukidnon News.Net/22 January) It’s the first month of the year and it seems there were some optimistic notes the year has seized from the last quarter… Read more »

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: SAVANNAH SUNSET: A new year, a new piece

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: SAVANNAH SUNSET: A new year, a new piece

By Rubelyn B. Yap GHANA (Bukidnon News.Net/04 January) It seems like yesterday when I left the Philippines. Time travels so fast, fast enough that I didn’t realize it’s another year… Read more »