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Visayas

50 Negros Occidental Village Chiefs Complete Governance Enhancement Course

A total of 50 village chiefs in Negros Occidental have successfully finished their managerial and leadership course, promoting more effective public service in the province.

DENR: 2.1K Waterbirds Sighted In Eastern Visayas

In Eastern Visayas, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources reports seeing more than 2,000 kinds of waterbirds, some of which are uncommon breeds.

Baby Sea Turtles Released In Southern Negros Occidental

The personnel from Bantay Dagat in Sipalay City finally released at least 45 turtle hatchlings in the sea after they were found in November last year.

Hanging Bridge In Negros Oriental Town To Boost Anti-Insurgency Drive

Farmers and residents in Negros Oriental will soon get to use the newest bridge in Mabinay town, built to address the nation's campaign against the insurgency.

Calamity-Hit Farmers In Eastern Samar Get Replacement Seeds

The Department of Agriculture turned over replacement seeds to Eastern Samar rice farmers, supporting them after they were affected by recent calamities.

Bacolod City Registers Over 15k Businesses In January

The Bacolod City government has recorded more than 15.3k registrations for this year's Business One-Stop-Shop.

Degamo Reiterates Opposition To One Negros Island Region

Governor Eugenio Lacson disclosed that he respectfully accepts the disagreement of Governor Roel Degamo toward the implementation of making Negros as one-island region.

Electric Jeepneys Ply Iloilo City Streets

The Department of Science and Technology has announced that Iloilo was chosen as one of the places to test electric jeepneys for one to three months.

UNDP-BIOFIN Picks Negros Oriental Twin Lakes For YoPA Campaign

A United Nations development program has chosen Twin Lakes in Negros Oriental to be classified as a protected area for 2023 to preserve its environmental beauty.

Toilets In Negros Occidental Town To Prevent Water-Borne Diseases

The Negros Occidental provincial government will now build toilet facilities for locals to decrease water pollution, which can lead to numerous diseases.

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