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DOST-8 Boosts Food Innovation Center To Diversify MSME Products

The Department of Science and Technology in Eastern Visayas is strengthening the seven-year-old Eastern Visayas Food Innovation Center to cope with changing and stringent market demand.

767 Cops Conferred Order Of Lapu-Lapu For Liberation Of Marawi

Some cops who helped in the liberation of Marawi City during the siege in 2017 were conferred the Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi.

Private Sector Gains Confidence To Reopen Business

The City Tourism Operations Office in Davao said the economic outlook is well on its way to recovery as the city's first five-star Marco Polo hotel has promised to reopen this year.

Salary Increase Top Concern For Davao Teachers

Teachers in Davao are appealing for a salary increase, saying they will be more effective at their jobs if they have one less problem to worry about.

Kidapawan Motor Cab, Trike Drivers Join Cash-For-Work Scheme

A thousand motor cab and tricycle drivers joined the cash-for-work program under the Department of Labor and Employment in Kidapawan.

Gov’t Native Chicken Project Targets 200 Raisers In NegOr

The government is targeting at least 200 people in Negros Oriental for a native chicken-raising project that promotes better yield and higher income.

Kidapawan City Gives Free Dengue Tests To Residents

Kidapawan City has begun providing free tests to residents who manifest symptoms of the mosquito-borne disease amid the spike in dengue cases in the province.

DavOcc Town Get P3.6-M Cacao Post-Harvest Facility From DA

The Department of Agriculture in Davao has provided a farmers' group with PHP3.9 million worth of post-harvest processing facilities.

Bacolod, NegOcc Tourism Enterprises Urged To Seek Accreditation

Tourism businesses in Bacolod and Negros Occidental are encouraged to obtain accreditation in order to be formally recognized for meeting basic operating standards.

Over 1K Schools In Region 6 Ready For Limited F2F Classes

More than 1,200 out of over 5,000 schools in Western Visayas are ready for limited face-to-face classes as of May 11.

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