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Authorities To Curb ‘Ticket Fixing’ At Dumaguete Port

Ports and maritime authorities in Dumaguete are now investigating the presence of fixers allegedly buying tickets from shipping lines in bulk and reselling them to passengers at a higher price.

Dumaguete To Set Up Employment Help Desks In 30 Villages

The city government of Dumaguete is looking for barangays to collect unemployment data and assist local job seekers.

Curfew Lifted In Bacolod City

No more curfew in Bacolod after more than two years.

RTWPB OKs P31 Wake Hike For Minimum Earners In Central Visayas

Private sector workers in Central Visayas will be getting a wage hike as approved by the regional board.

DepEd: No Problems Reported In Limited Face-To-Face Classes

The Negros Oriental Department of Education claimed there were no major issues during the first week of limited face-to-face classes in Dumaguete City.

NegOr Expands Coverage Of 2nd Covid-19 Booster Shot

Negros Oriental has started inoculating its second Covid-19 booster shot to frontline and health care workers and senior citizens in the province.

DOST-8 Boosts Food Innovation Center To Diversify MSME Products

The Department of Science and Technology in Eastern Visayas is strengthening the seven-year-old Eastern Visayas Food Innovation Center to cope with changing and stringent market demand.

Gov’t Native Chicken Project Targets 200 Raisers In NegOr

The government is targeting at least 200 people in Negros Oriental for a native chicken-raising project that promotes better yield and higher income.

Bacolod, NegOcc Tourism Enterprises Urged To Seek Accreditation

Tourism businesses in Bacolod and Negros Occidental are encouraged to obtain accreditation in order to be formally recognized for meeting basic operating standards.

Over 1K Schools In Region 6 Ready For Limited F2F Classes

More than 1,200 out of over 5,000 schools in Western Visayas are ready for limited face-to-face classes as of May 11.

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