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Barely five years in operation, an agrarian reform community’s coconut sugar products or more popularly known as “coco sugar” are already reaching the international markets—something that the Linabu Agrarian Multi-purpose Cooperative (LAMPCO) never thought would happen in the near future. Read More →
Another restaurant-bar has opened along JR Borja Extension. Frankees opened just a week before the elections and offers a new set of food trips. Read More →
Here’s a much clearer rendering of Puregold Cagayan de Oro without the wires. Read More →
With the prospective opening of Laguindingan International Airport, what should happen to Lumbia airport? The strong suggestion is that it should continue servicing commercial flights into Mindanao. Northern Mindanao can use two airports. The flights at present into Lumbia are fully booked. Cebu Pacific has done a great job of getting people to fly. It is cheaper to fly than to go by ship and, at...
The famous Pares in Metro Manila will be in Cagayan de Oro soon. Read More →
WAGE Order 17 will soon be implemented on June, but the amount of the new wage hike can’t be divulged yet pending the result of the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) en banc meeting. Read More →
Get the chance to know more about Filinvest’s inaugural project in the city – One Oasis Cagayan de Oro with the Investors Night set on May 28, 2013 at Grand Caprice, Limketkai Center. Read More →
MAYOR-elect and outgoing Misamis Oriental Governor Oscar “Oca” S. Moreno called Rustan’s Supermarket his incoming administration’s “lucky charm.” Read More →
Eurobrands Distributor, Inc. earlier this month introduced the P2.75-million RCZ sports car at its Peugeot showroom in this city, looking to attract Northern Mindanao’s upscale car enthusiasts. Read More →
Philippine Airlines along with Zest Air, Cebu Pacific Air and PAL Express have all expressed their displeasure at the Philippine Department of Transportation and Communications’ decision to forge ahead with the June 15 opening of the new USD190million Laguindingan International Airport, set to replace the smaller Cagayan de Oro Lumbia airport as the gateway to Northern Mindanao and Misamis Oriental...
Maybe due to the absence of big players in the BPO industry, Cagayan de Oro failed to make it this year as among the Top 10 “Next Wave” cities by the Science and Technology department and the Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP), but named among four cities as emerging locations. Read More →
Irish and French businessmen are putting up organic poultry farms in Cagayan de Oro City in Misamis Oriental and nearby areas that can supply the needs of the lechon manok (roasted chicken) market. Read More →