(Originally posted in Mindanaoan.com) – The Philippine Senate recently formally commended Mindanaoan Francis Casey “Niño” Alcantara, the first Filipino Australian Open champ, via a resolution. Just this week, the senators unanimously adopted Senate Resolution Number 860 authored by Senator Pia Cayetano commending the country’s newest
Bukidnon Governor Jose Ma. Zubiri, Jr. reportedly endorsed Defense Secretary Gilbert Teodoro as his Presidential bet for the 2010 Philippine elections. And in a province where Zubiri’s allies have rarely been defeated, will Bukidnon voters listen? According to sources, Zubiri made this bold proclamation during
It’s been months WAY BEYOND its supposed completion date but until now, the controversial Malaybalay City Integrated Bus Terminal and Public Market is still unfinished. The contractor, Manila-based H.R. Lopez Construction, was initially granted a 5-month extension. However, the P225 million complex is still incomplete.
Three weeks after the entire cast of the tentatively titled “Land Down Under” movie arrived here in the Province of Bukidnon, the Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin Bukidnon cowboy movie fever is still on. Several exciting tales, funny anecdotes and clearly soon-to-be urban legends have
It was a hard-fought battle waged on the 144-hectare land in Sumilao, Bukidnon that culminated in the halls of Malacañang Palace where the final Memorandum of Agreement that settled the 13-year controversy was presented to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. The whole nation witnessed the saga of