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Boracay biz groups welcome list of compliant establishments
Business groups in Boracay welcomed the initial list of compliant establishments that could open by Oct. 26. In its Boracay Bulletin dated Aug. 31, 2018, the Department of Tourism listed 25 hotels and resorts that have ...
- September 5, 2018
Ships runs aground in Antique
A cargo ship ran aground some 300 meters from the shoreline of Barangay 4 in this capital town. Inclement weather, brought about by the southwest monsoon or habagat, led the ship to drift into a rocky portion of the shore. ...
- September 5, 2018
27th anniversary special supplement
Be trained and learn new aquaculture technologies! Our Training Program offers a year-round commodity-based production technologies and community-based fisheries management courses, either in-house, on-farm or on-line.
- April 21, 2008
It's final. OnMarch 14, Petron Corp. will start extracting the remaining bunker fuel from MT Solar, almost seven months at the Iloilo- Guimaras Strait, causing an oil spill. Petron has tapped the Singapore-based Sonsub to ...
- February 20, 2007
Negrenses urged to report sightings of Irrawaddy dolphin
Residents of Negros Occidental were encouraged to report sightings of the Irrawaddy dolphin to protect the population of the endangered species. The call was made by the Center for Research and Engagement of the University ...
- January 17, 2019
SEAFDEC to put up caging demo farm
About 36 farmers in Brgy. Tumalalud, Dumarao, Capiz will benefit from a freshwater fish caging demonstration farm that will be set up by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC). " The Project will provide ...
- August 22, 2007
Sustained effort to attain food sufficiency
While we cannot compete with other better-endowed lands in Southeast Asia like Thailand and Vietnam, we should at least aim to drop the reputation of being the top rice importer. We should involve the farmers in buffer ...
- December 15, 2018
Capiz seafood harvests rake in P1.2B
Capiz has produced approximately more than 25,000 metric tons of aquamarine products last year. According to Aquaculturist Audie Belargo of the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (OPA) in Capiz, said aquamarine products ...
- July 20, 2007
Training to boost aqua-marine industry held in Capiz
The season-long training to help boost the province's aquamarine production was recently concluded. Provincial Agriculture chief Sylvia de la Cruz disclosed that the first phase of the collaborative fisheries development ...
- July 21, 2007
Manila Bay rehab: Gov't probes return of structures near estero
The award-winning rehabilitation of Pasig River, a major tributary of Manila Bay, faces a setback as authorities found new structures near a supposedly "recovered" estuary connected to it. The Pasig River Rehabilitation ...
- January 19, 2019