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RTPWB eyes new wage hike in CAR by August

The Department of Labor and Employment-Cordillera is eyeing a minimum wage hike by the anniversary of the last wage order, which took effect in the region on Aug. 20, 2018.


HEROES ARE US -- Baguio multimedia artist Angelo Aurelio bows after unveiling his mural painting dubbed “Bayani Matrix Project” on June 12 at the Baguio Museum, which features the Philippine national heroes of the land. Commissioned by the Department of Education, the artwork exhibit ended on June 15. -- Ofelia Empian

Peter Ron’s childhood was left too much to be desired to expect him to escape unscathed physically and emotionally and to grow up as an upright person.

The Philippine National Police has officially conferred the Medalya ng Kabayanihan, the second highest medal in police service, to the heroes of the Marawi siege, including five Cordillerans.

 
Incoming Baguio mayor plans grand city rehab
Weeks before the assumption of Baguio’s new administration, mayor-elect Benjamin Magalong has started working on the grand rehabilitation of the city “to hit the ground running” July 1.

 

The City Health Services office (CHSO) reported that cancer is the leading cause of death among Baguio residents over the past two years.

 
 
City
RAISE YOUR FLAG -- In celebration of the Philippines’ 121st year of independence from Spanish rule, SM City Baguio employees and affiliates along with the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine National Police, and Bureau of Fire Protection celebrated patriotism and promoted nationalism through a flag-raising ceremony and highlighting the mall’s Independence Day centerpiece.
-- Contributed photo
Region
HONORING ITS PEOPLE --The outstanding residents of La Trinidad, Benguet were recognized for their achievements and contribution to the municipality’s growth through the years during the 69th foundation anniversary celebration of the capital town on June 14. -- Ofelia Empian
Environment
CELEBRATING FRIENDSHIP --The Filipino-Chinese community in Baguio, city government of Baguio, and the Peoples Republic of China through its consulate office in Laoag celebrated decades of friendship through a symbolic ribbon-cutting of the Filipino-Chinese Friendship Garden and planting of the tree of friendship at the Botanical-Centennial Park last Monday. -- Rimaliza Opiña
Health
ALL SET -- The Paracelis District Hospital in Paracelis, Mountain Province opened its new one-storey function room building after being blessed by Rev. Fr. Marcelo Linggayo, a resident priest in the municipality and officially launched by Acting Gov. Bonifacio Lacwasan and PaDH Chief of Hospital Presentacion Matib on June 7. -- Cris Abad
Life
FRIENDSHIP MARKER -- Consulate of the People’s Republic of China in Laoag City Consul and Head of Post Zhou Youbin, city officials led by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Baguio Fil-Chinese executive committee chair Peter Ng, and overall coordinator Fernando Tiong led the ribbon cutting and unveiling of Baguio Filipino-Chinese Friendship Garden at the Botanical-Centennial Park during the celebration of the two country’s friendship last week. -- Bong Cayabyab
Business
HARDWORKING DAD --With the worldwide celebration of Father’s Day, it is but fitting to recognize the hard work and dedication of fathers. Here, a Burnham Park vendor for over 20 years continues to open his store even as dusk starts to settle as many visitors are still roaming the city park, to add to his family’s earnings as he takes care of his little grandchildren under his care. -- Ofelia Empian
Sports
BACK IN ACTION -- Former ONE lightweight world champion Eduard Folayang, who is facing former Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight world champion Eddie Alvarez, will lead three Team Lakay fighters in a stacked ONE: Dawn of Heroes in Manila Aug. 2.
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