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Advocating responsible pet ownership

ANIMAL lovers and their furry friends trooped to Rizal Park last Saturday, Oct. 1, to socialize, exercise,

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Lebanese food at Rihanna’s Cafe

LOCATED at Don Dioniso complex along Cabaguio Avenue, Rihanna’s Café is a quaint little eatery eager

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Securing the future of watersheds

ONE MAY think that the burden of ensuring the city’s water security rely on the  government or environmental advocacy groups, but  ordinary citizens play the biggest role in the conservation efforts.

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Lack of coordination hampers gov’t projects

THE LACK of coordination among government agencies in the previous administration has resulted

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Fire lines around Mt. Apo

READYING fire lines in several locations around Mt. Apo is one of the proposed initiatives of the regional Department

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Participation of stakeholders in EIA of water project pushed

A CIVIL society organization is urging the consortium implementing the bulk water project to allow

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DCWD: Water source to last over 30 years if…

THE CITY has sufficient water supply for the next three decades provided that extraction of ground sources is strictly monitored.

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Proposal to pay residents to protect watersheds mulled    

A STUDY looking into providing alternative livelihood practices that will lessen the negative impact on water sources

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City aid for fire victims maybe out on Tuesday

CITY HALL financial aid to the recent fire victims will likely be released by this week.

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Not an accident

Arson eyed in Isla Verde fire: BFP-XI FIRE investigators are looking at arson as the possible cause of the huge blaze that gobbled several houses

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