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    • Fishers, aquaculture farmers to benefit from SEARCA-NACA partnership 

      (DailyGuardian, November 18, 2020, on page 2-11)
      Two intergovernmental organizations whose reach extend over Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific have formalized their partnership to assist rural fisherfolk and smallholder aquaculture farmers. The Philippine government-hosted ...
    • 'Spaghetti' fed to shrimp in bid to cut aquaculture cost 

      Pagador, Juliana Rose (Panay News, November 21, 2020, on page 13)
      Humans are not the only ones who enjoy eating spaghetti – shrimp can, too. Researchers are using nutritious green “spaghetti algae” in fish and shrimp feeds as part of a broader move to bring down the cost of expensive ...
    • Why is there a Chinese military vessel in Reed Bank 

      Tordesillas, Ellen (DailyGuardian, June 17, 2019, on page 5)
      Supreme Court Justice Antonio T. Carpio believes that it was not a collision of fishing vessels that happened on June 9 in Reed Bank (Philippine name: Recto Bank; Chinese name: Liyue Tan), 80 nautical miles off Palawan and ...
    • Your fish is your future 

      Sung, Kim (DailyGuardian, June 6, 2019, on page 7)
      Lying within the global center of marine biodiversity, the Philippines is one of the world’s top fish-producing countries, and millions of Filipinos derive their livelihood from fishing. However, these rich and precious ...
    • Lacson: 'Friends' not in the Constitution to enjoy PHL water resources, EEZ 

      GMA News (DailyGuardian, June 27, 2019, on page 12)
      Senator Panfilo Lacson said Wednesday that the word “friends” is not stated in the 1987 Constitution as a basis to use and enjoy the Philippine archipelagic waters, territorial sea, and exclusive economic zone. In a Twitter ...
    • Beijing running illegal paramilitary force at sea: analyst 

      ABS-CBN News (DailyGuardian, June 21, 2019, on page 14)
      The June 9 incident involving the sinking of a Philippine fishing boat by a Chinese vessel in Recto (Reed) Bank highlights the need to focus attention on Beijing's maritime militia, which is intent on flooding the West ...
    • Three weakling make it to sea 

      Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI (DailyGuardian, June 6, 2019, on page 13)
      After the release of three Hawksbill Sea Turtles back to their home safely in Boracay Island, three turtleweaklings two Olive Ridleys and one Hawksbill that underwent rehabilitation were also released in the island ...
    • Mayor helping fishermen in China 'hit and run' suspended over graft raps 

      ABS-CBN News (DailyGuardian, June 18, 2019, on page 12)
      The Sandiganbayan has ordered the 90-day preventive suspension of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Mayor Romulo Festin, who is actively helping fishermen from his town attain justice after a Chinese ship rammed their boat. ...
    • Revenge of the river – 2 

      Mana-ay, Edgar (DailyGuardian, June 17, 2019, on page 4-5)
      In my first article, this writer pointed out that it is the people of Metro Iloilo who suffered the most because of the molasses contamination fiasco of Jalaur River caused by the criminal act of a sugar central. This ...
    • Sea turtle found dead 

      Masculino, Glazyl Y. (DailyGuardian, June 27, 2019, on page 6)
      A sea turtle was found dead in the coastline of Purok Daisy, Barangay Poblacion, Valladolid, Negros Occidental on June 25, 2019. Police Captain Joseth Catonina, Valladolid police chief, said Arnel Emplamado found the turtle ...
    • Fish industrialist to address 2019 graduates of UP Visayas 

      Ramirez, Anna Razel L. (DailyGuardian, June 26, 2019, on page 3)
      Francisco Tiu Laurel, president of Frabelle Fishing Corp, will address the 40th Commencement Exercises of UP-Visayas on June 27, 2019, 1:30 pm, at the UP Visayas Miagao campus. Candidates for bachelors, masters, and PhDs ...
    • Duterte apologizes to 22 fishers 

      Geducos, Argyll Cyrus B. (Manila Bulletin, June 26, 2019, on page 1-9)
      President Duterte said he does not mean to belittle the plight of the 22 fishermen who were abandoned at sea by a Chinese vessel when he referred to the Recto Bank incident as a “little” maritime incident. In an interview ...
    • Pasig River body starts relocation of informal settlers living along estero 

      De Vera-Ruiz, Ellalyn (Manila Bulletin, June 20, 2019, on page 1-5)
      The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) will be relocating some 270 informal settler families along Estero de Magdalena in Tondo, Manila beginning June 20 (Thursday). PRRC, in coordination with the National Housing ...
    • Carpio disputes allowing Chinese to fish in PH's exclusive economic zone 

      Panaligan, Rey G. (Manila Bulletin, June 27, 2019, on page 3)
      Supreme Court (SC) Senior Associate Justice Antonio T. Carpio cautioned President Duterte on Wednesday, June 26, that allowing Chinese fishermen to fish in the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the West Philippine ...
    • Justice assured in boat sinking 

      Geducos, Argyll Cyrus B.; Kabiling, Genalyn D. (Manila Bulletin, June 20, 2019, on page 1-3)
      Malacañang assured that someone will be held responsible for the sinking of the Philippine fishing vessel and the abandonment of its 22-man crew in the West Philippine Sea last week. Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo ...
    • Guimaras' fish production down 9.35% in Q4 2018 

      (DailyGuardian, June 27, 2019, on page 7-8)
      Fish production of Guimaras Province decreased by 9.35 percent in the 4th quarter of 2018 due to slow production in both municipal and aquaculture fisheries sub-sectors. Fish yield in the final part of 2018 totaled 1,698.87 ...
    • Bizarre waters 

      Arguelles, Reyshimar C. (DailyGuardian, June 18, 2019, on page 5)
      There’s no place in the world where tensions could arise at the slightest sighs of resistance quite like the bizarre waters right smack in the middle of Southeast Asia. Various nations claim certain portions of the area ...
    • PH may cut ties with China if sea 'collision' found intentional 

      ABS-CBN News (DailyGuardian, June 14, 2019, on page 12)
      The Philippines might cut diplomatic ties with China if the "collision" of its vessel and a Filipino fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea is found intentional, Malacañang said Thursday. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador ...
    • Chinese who sank Filipino boat must stand trial in PH: Robredo 

      ABS-CBN News (DailyGuardian, June 18, 2019, on page 11)
      Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday said the crew of the Chinese vessel which hit and sank a Filipino fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea should be made to stand trial in the Philippines. Robredo said that while the ...
    • Duterte yields to China fishing in PHL sea for friendship perks we get 

      GMA News (DailyGuardian, June 27, 2019, on page 12)
      President Rodrigo Duterte resigns to the fact that the government cannot stop Chinese fishermen from fishing within the Philippine exclusive economic zone because Filipinos get frienship benefits from them, his spokesperson ...