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Inflation rate in Cordillera slows down to 2.6 percent

BAGUIO CITY May 22 – The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA-CAR) reported that the inflation rate in the region slowed down to 2.6 percent in April this year compared to the 3.3 percent in the same month during the previous year.

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DTI harmonizes programs with TESDA, CDA to bring quality services to the public

LOAKAN, Baguio City—Pursuant to Department Order No.19-49 issued by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the DTI in the Cordillera region conducted the first collaborative project with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) in the form of a trainer's training.

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No septic tank, no piggery rule along Bued River Basin

A total of 158 hograisers within the Bued River Basin in Baguio were found to be operating business without a septic tank and thereby directly discharges untreated animal wastewater into open environment.

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Baguio crimes drop by 27 percent in first 4 months

BAGUIO CITY May 20 - The Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) reported the crime incidents in the city continue to be on a downtrend not only over the past two years but also for the first four months of this year.

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18-day campaign to end violence against women in Baguio okayed

BAGUIO CITY May 21 – The City Council approved a resolution declaring November 25 to December 12 every year as the 18-day campaign to end violence against women in Baguio city to help in empowering the stakeholders to strengthen the annual celebration to achieve its overall objective of ending violence against women.

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Domogan lashes out at usurpation charges

BAGUIO CITY May 18 – Outgoing Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan lashed out at the usurpation charges being initiated against him by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) on the issuance of tree-cutting permits for dead trees and those that pose danger to the public, saying that such charges are obviously in violation of the due process as enshrined in the fundamental law of the land.

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Cordillera exports drop by 53.8 percent

BAGUIO CITY May 23 – The Cordillera office of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA-CAR) reported that the recorded free-on-board value of export goods of the region in November last year was at $59,242,211, much lower by 53.8 percent compared to the same period the previous year where exports were recorded at $128,109,113.

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642 wanted persons arrested by Baguio cops

BAGUIO CITY May 23 – Combined police operatives and intelligence agents were able to effect the arrest of some six hundred forty two wanted persons who were issued warrants of arrests by the different courts inside and outside the city to help in sustaining the prevalence of decent peace and order situation in the city.

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Consumer price index up by 3 points in April

BAGUIO CITY May 22 – The Cordillera office of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA-CAR) reported that the consumer price index in the region in April this year was 117.7 points which was higher by 3 points from the 114.7 consumer price index in April 2018 using 2012 as the base year.

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Value Chain Analysis as a tool

DTI regional director Myrna Pablo said that the value chain analysis (VCA tool) serves as a strategy for pushing the industry sectors and the trainer's training a means to increase the number of qualified trainers/facilitators, and advocates.

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Baguio recognizes veteran athlete

BAGUIO CITY May 20 – The city government recognized veteran athlete, retired Police Maj. Erlinda Lavandia, for her fete in the recently concluded Southeast Asia Masters Athletics championship held in Singapore last May 3-5, 2019.

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Probe on Moldex tree cutting set May 27

BAGUIO CITY May 21 – The local legislative body decided to invite the officials of a condominium developer and representatives of concerned government agencies and offices of the local government to shed light on the alleged massive tree-cutting done in a property along in Balacbac for the put up of a multi-storey condominium structure.

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Aid to put up Bahay Pag-asa sought

BAGUIO CITY may 21 – The City Council approved a resolution requesting the Juvenile Justice Welfare Council (JJWC) under the justice department to release P5 million from the annual budget of the said department as the contribution of the national government for the construction of the long-overdue Bahay Pag-asa at Balenben, Irisan, Baguio City.

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City donates garden tools, seeds to schools

BAGUIO CITY May 22 – The city government donated to the Division of City Schools assorted garden tools and vegetable seeds for the use of the different public schools in the implementation of their Gulayan sa Paaralan program.

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Baguio cops launch new peace and order programs

BAGUIO CITY May 23 – The leadership of the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) recently launched a series of programs and projects to help make the country's Summer Capital a safer place to study, work, live in and do business in the coming months.

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74 drug personalities arrested in Baguio

BAGUIO CITY May 23 – Combined police operatives and anti-narcotics agents were able to arrest some seventy four drug personalities in various anti-illegal drugs operations last year.

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