Posts Categorized: Balita (News)

Kagay-an Performing Arts makes it to Aliw Awards 2014

Kagay-an Performing Arts was one of the finalists as best cultural dance group in this year’s Aliw Awards. The other finalists under this category were El Gamma Penumbra, Tanghalang SLU (Baguio City), and Serang Theater Ensemble (LNU, Leyte). The awards presentation was held at Resorts World Manila last December 1 and will be aired on… Read more »

MisOr in alert level C as Hagupit approaches PHL

Featured Photo by Inquirer.Net The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) identified the critical areas as typhoon Hagupit approaches the country. There are 56 provinces in the list and 44 are in the highest alert level ( alert level C) which may suffer heavy damage to agriculture and disruption of electric power and transportation…. Read more »

City government reduces motorela fare

In line with the price rollback of gasoline, the city government of Cagayan de Oro has issued city ordinance no. 11670-2010 which says that the motorela regular fare is now P6.00; P5.00 as student privilege (high school and college), senior citizens and persons with disability; and P2.00 for elementary students. Posted below is the public… Read more »

Philip Morris Fortune Tobacco invests $50 million in MisOr

Giant player Philip Morris Fortune Tobacco Corp. (PMFTC) Inc. said that it will continue to invest in a tobacco plantation located in Barangay Ane-i, Claveria, Misamis Oriental. According to PMFTC President Paul Riley, they have allocated more than $50 million (P2.24 billion) in this plantation. This is the second place in the world that Philip… Read more »

PSE to conduct stock market seminar in CDO

Are you thinking of investing in the stock market? The Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE) will hold ‘Stock Market Seminar: Building Wealth with Stocks’ here in Cagayan de Oro on December 4, 1pm at N Hotel. For registration, kindly send an e-mail to the address indicated in the featured photo.

CDO artist wins 3rd place in National Digital Arts Award

Ronald Mastail of Cagayan de Oro won 3rd place in the National Digital Arts Award held last night at the Aliw Theatre, Pasay City. His entry entitled “Ang Pagbabago ni Juan Tamad” became one of the top five finalists in the Motion Graphics-Professional Category (see video here.) Aside from his major award, Ron’s entry also… Read more »

CDO nominated in the Presidential Award for Child-Friendly Cities

Cagayan de Oro is one of the nominees in the ‘Presidential Award for Child-Friendly Cities’ under the highly urbanized city category. This was revealed by Patricia B. Luna, the executive director of the Council for the Welfare of Children. Cagayan de Oro is the regional awardee in the “Seal of Child-Friendly Local Governance’ which became… Read more »

Gov’t to start bidding for Laguindingan Airport expansion

The government is set to begin bidding out for the upgrading of Laguindingan Airport in December. Transportation secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya said that the expansion will cover the following: modernization of airport facilities based on international standards, expansion of the cargo terminal and runway, and the construction of the new terminal building. Megawide Construction and… Read more »

Laguindingan Airport to accept night flights starting end-Nov

The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) are keen in their target and that is to begin night flight operations at Laguindingan Airport by the end of this month. “We are happy to announce that the Laguindingan Airport is now equipped for night landing operations.We hope… Read more »

Coca Cola to add distribution network in CDO, MisOr

Coca Cola will spend $500 million to expand its distribution network in the Visayas and Mindanao in 2015. The company will improve its related infrastructure and equipment such as warehouses and coolers in Zamboanga, General Santos City, Davao City, Cagayan de Oro, and Misamis Oriental in Mindanao. Photo by Gil Nartea / Malacañang Photo Bureau… Read more »