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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

La Trinidad Municipality announces JOB FAIR on October 24, 2019

Cordillera - The La Trinidad Public Employment Office is urging job seekers to take advantage of the job fairs that their office will be conducting on October 24, 2019 at the Municipal Gymnasium KM 5, Pico, La Trinidad. 

In line with the scheduled celebration of the COOP Month, the office has organized the job fair that is meant to help job seekers find for their dream jobs. 

The office posted in its official Facebook page some local and overseas job offers. 

Local Job Offers:
Deliver Rider
Showroom Cashier
Dealer Sales Personnel
Delivery Helper
Pump Attendant/Gasman
Cashier
Station Supervisor
Overseas Job Offers

Nurse bound to KSA and United Kingdom 
Female Nurses bound to KSA
Female Cleaners
Barista Trainer/Barista/Waiter

There are also job available for Japan such as careworkers, automotive mechanics, bakers, poultry processing, fish processing and many more.

The PDEA is also joining the job fair to open up positions for those interested to become intelligent officer 1. There are 125 vacancies for the said position with a salary of P20,754. Lucky applicants will be assigned anywhere in the Philippines.

The office advise applicants to come with copies of their resumes and other relevant credentials. Overseas applicants are advised to take their passport with photo copy. 

The job fair will start at 8 AM until 8 PM.

source || Peso la Trinidad


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Monday, October 21, 2019

Researchers found four Cordillera plants effective against multi-resistant bacteria

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Cordillera - Researchers from the University of the Philippines-Baguio have discovered four indigenous plants found in the Cordillera Administrative Region to have medicinal properties that could be used as an alternative to antibiotics bought in the market. 

The researchers had confirmed these indigenous plants namely Nepenthes alata, a pitcher plant locally known as kakallong, Bauhinia pupurea or butterfly tree, Ficus septica or tibig, and Melastoma malabathricum or bakgi to be effective against a type of multi-resistant  bacteria. 

According to a study conducted by the researchers, enzymes extracted from these plants can kill the multi-resistant bacteria that cause pneumonia and bloodstream infection.

"Their bioactive compounds can be used as an alternative to the commercially available antibiotics since they can significantly control the growth of the multi-resistant P.aeruginosa," read the paper published in the Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a leading pathogen among patients with lung disease that has the ability to develop resistance to antibiotics.

In a study conducted by biologist Charlotte Elmido, Kryssa Balangcod and Teodora Balangcod, they found out that enzymes extracted from the steams of tibig plants and from the leaves of butterfly tree to be the most effective in killing the bacteria. 

They also said that tibig contains enzymes known to have anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties, while the butterfly tree has potential bioactive compounds that can inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria.

Their study also confirmed kalkallong to have antibacterial properties while the leaves of bagki also contain enzymes that can heal wound and reduce pain.

The researchers have underscored the unexplored diversity of indigenous plants in the Cordillera and their potential in the field of pharmaceutical and medicine. 

source || philstar.com
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Friday, October 18, 2019

Bontoc's short film “Tokwifi” wins Special Jury Prize at QCinema International Film Festival

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Cordillera - A total of 8 different films were given awards during the annual QCinema International Film Festival held in Quezon City on Friday. 

Bontoc's short film titled "Tokwifi" by Carla Pulido Ocampo was awarded the Special Jury Prize for the QCShorts Competition. 

Tokwifi is a story of a 1950 mestiza star who was trapped inside a television that fell from the sky, dreaming romp on the rice terraces, with a Bontoc Igorot man who does not know how to kiss.

"Babae at Baril", a story of the daily struggles of a department store saleslady, took home the top awards including Best Director for Rad Red, and Best Actress for Janine Gutierrez.

"Cleaners," won the trophies for best screenplay and best film. It's a story of a high school classroom cleaners. 



The complete list of winners are:

"Excuse Me, Miss, Miss, Miss: Audience Choice Award, QCShorts Competition
"Cleaners": Audience Choice Award, Asian Next Wave Competion
"Babae at Baril": Gender Sensitivity Award
"Cleaners": Best Screenplay, Asian Next Wave Competition
"Nakorn Sawan": Best Artistic Contribution, Asian Next Wave Competition
"Tokwifi": Special Jury Prize, QCShorts Competition
"Babae at Baril": Best Actress, Asian Next Wave Competition
"The Long Walk": Best Actor, Asian Next Wave Competition
"Babae at Baril": Best Director, Asian Next Wave Competition
"Tagyamon": Best Film, OCShorts Competition
"Suburban Birds": Netpac Jury Price, Asian Next Wave Competition
"Cleaners": Best Film, Asian Next Wave Competition.
The QCinema International Film Festival is an annual film festival held in Quezon City, Philippines. The festival showcases local and international films, documentaries, and short films and gives grants to their creators. 
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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Bibiano Fernandes invites Kevin Belingon to train with him in Canada

Photo Courtesy || Fight Game Asia
Cordillera - Kevin "The Silencer" Belingon and Bibiano Fernandes ended their rivalry at Ryogoku Kokugikan in Japan in the co-main event of ONE: Century.

The Team Lakay stalwart was forced to tap out in the second round after Fernandes caught him in a rear naked choke.

After their fight, Belingon said that Fernandes offered to help him with his training and even invited him to train in Canada.

"Bibiano Fernandes and I met in a restaurant after the fight, we had spent some time talking. He kindly offered to help me with my training and even invited me to train with him in Vancouver, Canada," Belingon said.

"He also believes I'm going to be a World Champion again," he added.

READ ALSO: ONE Championsip CEO Chatri Sityodtong admits Danny Kingad is still one of the best in the world

Fernandes is a Brazillian professional mixed martial artist currently ranked as the 5th Bantamweight in the world. He is currently residing and training at a local gym in Canada.

His invitation to Belingon would be an opportunity to the latter to improve more in his grappling skills.

Many comments had been made that Team Lakay is lacking in ground skills. The team headed by multi-awarded coach Mark Sangiao had placed an extra focus or refining his fighter's skills in the aspect of ground game. 

Sangiao has placed a great emphasis in improving his fighters through consistent grappling drills. 

READ ALSO: Team Lakay Lito Adiwang defeats Japanese Senzo Ikeda via first round TKO

"Losing is the greatest teacher, and sometimes in victory, you cannot see your faults. The losses helped our athletes re-evaluate their abilities, their weaknesses and how we can become better," Sangiao made the statement. 

source || Fight Game Asia
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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

16-year-old student from Abra invents a robot that use AI to pick and sort garbage

Photo Courtesy || Liza Agoot /PNA 
Cordillera - A 10th grader student from Abra has developed a robot called 'enviro' robot that can pick and sort out garbage from canals and waterways.
Meljon Reyes Viste, a 16-year-old student wanted to make something that is useful to the environment. Because of his interest in robotics and Lego toys, he wanted to build a robot that performs useful works. 

"I want to do something that is useful. I am worried with the state of our environment that is why I improved what had been developed in the past," Viste said via PNA news website.

Viste said he came up with the idea of building a robot that can pick up and sort out trash after they were required by their school to do a research and and propose possible solutions to problems in the province.

Viste approached that challenge just like any other good inventor. He built his robot using parts of an old electric wheelchair which he retrieved from scrap in a waste facility. 

His robot uses a conveyor that will pick up trash and a sensor that determines which type of trash whether metal or plastic. Then it  segregates the metal from plastic in  separate containers.
Viste said that he will improve the version of his enviro robot and plan to bring it on the upcoming robot competition in Australia in the third week of October. 

Last August, Viste brought home a medal after winning 3rd place in the 5th World Robot Games held in Thailand. 

source || Liza Agoot / PNA

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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

ONE Championsip CEO Chatri Sityodtong admits Danny Kingad is still one of the best in the world

Photo Courtesy || Harley Palangchao
Cordillera - ONE Championship founder, chairman, and CEO Chatri Sityodtong said Danny "The King" Kingad is still one of the best in the world. 


"As for Danny, he is still one of the best in the world and he is just getting started as a young athlete," Sidyodthong wrote on his official FB page. 

"Danny will be king of the division in the future. There is no doubt in my mind that he will be a world champion one day" he added. 

Philippines National Wushu Champion Danny Kingad lost to former UFC Champion Demitrious Johnson via unanimous decision during ONE: Century held in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday.

READ ALSO: The igorot warriors that bring Philippine MMA to the world's spotlight

Veteran Johnson admits Kingad was his toughest opponent since joining ONE Championship. 

"Danny Kingad was tough, I knew his grappling was strong, I had to try to finish him," Johnson said after the fight. 

Johnson nearly finished the Filipino in the first round via Kimura but Kingad eventually managed to break free. 

"I tried the kimura but he was tough, "Johnson said. The biggest thing is he throws everything he's got, you have to keep the distance," he added. 



ONE Championship founder Sidyothong thanked all the athletes who participated in the biggest event in the history of martial arts. 

"I always say that fighters truly live honorable and courageous live because it is the truth. In chasing your dreams and following your hearts, you bare your souls to the world with every triumph and every failure. And you do so with honor, grace, and love," Sidyothong said.

"Thank you for inspiring the world with your greatness, passion, heart and humility. Bar none, you rank among the world's greatest martial artists," he added. 
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Saturday, October 12, 2019

Team Lakay Lito Adiwang defeats Japanese Senzo Ikeda via first round TKO

Photo Courtesy || Team Lakay
Cordillera - ONE Warrior Series contract winner Lito Adiwang of Team Lakay wins his first victory in One Championship in the Prelims of ONE: Century Part 1 in Tokyo.

The 26-year old Adiwang defeated Pancrase Flyweight World Champion Senzo Ikeda early in the first round in a strawweight mixed martial arts contest Sunday morning. 

Adiwang surprised the Japanese Champion who is known for his excellent boxing and ground game but struggled under the tight grip of the young Pinoy fighter.

READ ALSO: ONE Championsip CEO Chatri Sityodtong admits Danny Kingad is still one of the best in the world

Adiwang caught and managed to neutralized Ikeda in an arm lock in the first round. 

The referee put a stop to the match after Ikeda suffered a left arm injury and was not able to continue the fight. 

Adiwang gave Team Lakay their first win in the start of ONE: Century Part I.


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Friday, October 11, 2019

LOOK: Kalinga just built a state of the art Public Library

Photo Courtesy || Kalinga Province
Cordillera - Book lovers and students in Kalinga have something to be proud off, their state of the art library that was recently launched today at the Eco-Tourism Center of Rizal. 

New and modern library furniture such as shelves, podium, tables and chairs had been set up and are ready to be used. 

There are also 18 units of computer with high speed internet that are available for those who would want to search the internet. 

Photo Courtesy || Kalinga Province
A kid zone was also built for children to encourage them read and use the library for their research.

According to the Province of Kalinga FB page, the Rizal, Kalinga Public Library was funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation and turned over it to the Rizal Local Government Unit. 

Gerda Henkel Foundation turned over the contents of the Public Library worth 100,000 EU and was used in the procurement of new books from the National Bookstore.



Photo Courtesy || Kalinga Province
Ms. Mylene Lising, an acheologist from the National Museum and one of the founders of the Library said, it was the people of Kalinga who inspired them to put up the Public Library through the help of the foundations's country coordinator Dr. Alfred Pawlik. 

Provincial Governor Engr. Ferdinand B. Tubban congratulated the Municipality of Rizal for being the luckiest municipality in the country to receive the grant from the foundation. 

source || Province of Kalinga

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Baguio City to house the Philippines' first STATE OF THE ART Integrated Command Center

Command Center Illustration. Photo Courtesy || intechsolotionstx.com
Cordillera - A state of the art Integrated Command Center will be constructed in the summer capital of the Philippines to address peacekeeping, disaster response and traffic management in the city, Baguio official website says. 

Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong said that a total budget of P200 Million has been approved by President Rodrigo Duterte to start the construction of the said command center. 

The construction will take a maximum of four months to build and expected to start by the end of this year once the fund is available. 

"Hopefully, we get our funds and by the end of the year maumpisahan na ang construction" Magalong said. 

Technical staffs from concerned agencies had identified the City Engineering office compound in Lower Rock Quary to be the suitable location for the command center.

The integrated command center is a place that unites all departments and minds of the city using advance technologies to gather all the important and relevant activities related to the city. 

It will cover smart managing of traffic, disaster response, surveillance system, smart parking management system, automatic traffic control system, smart lighting system, environmental management system and more.

Magalong said that this integrated command center is the first in the country and it will be equipped with a closed-circuit television (CCTV) and Artificial Intelligent (AI) system. 

The fund to be used in the establishment of the command center will come directly from the Office of the President.
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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Baguio public market to become one of the most modernized markets in Southeast Asia



Cordillera - Baguio city residents and market vendors will have a reason to be proud off if the city government will pursue a massive development plan of the public market to become one of the most modernized markets in Southeast Asia. 

According to the official website of Baguio City, a total of P2.5 Billion is needed to fund the said development plan. 

The development plan includes modernizing the Magsaysay complex by building a 5 storey main market building with a basement parking area that can accommodate 635 slots. 

READ ALSO: Baguio City to house the Philippines' first STATE OF THE ART Integrated Command Center

Even the crowded Hilltop and Kayang offices will also be improved. There will be road links that connect the opposite sides of the market and elevated pathways so that people can walk comfortably.
Photo Courtesy || Public Information Office - Baguio City

Photo Courtesy || Public Information Office - Baguio City
A conceptual development plan has already been created and will be used  by the members of the technical working group (TWG) as a basis for a feasibility study but will first undertake further consultations, public hearings with concerned stakeholders and scoping sessions.

Magalong praised the group of young architects who came up with the beautiful design that will now serve as the basis for feasibility study for the project.

READ ALSO: Baguio City as wedding capital of the Philippines 

Lawmakers are encouraging the city to fast track the development of the public market to keep up with other first class cities in the country. 

Watch the new planned Baguio City public market below:

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Monday, October 7, 2019

Ifugao runner Maria Cecilia Kiswa - The first female to finish grueling 160-Kilometer race in Quezon

Photo Courtesy || Sandugo FB
Cordillera - Maria Cecilia Kiswa was among the top finishers in the recently concluded local running competition Sandugo Pacific Coast Ultra 100 held at General Nakar in Quezon last October 4 - 6.

Kiswa from Ifugao province was the first female champion to finish the 160K distance for the Sandugo Pacific Coast Ultra 100, 3rd Edition. 

Prior to participating in the Sandugo PCU this year, Kiswa maintained her winning streak in every racing competition making her one of the best female runners in the country. 

The 3rd Edition of the Sandugo Pacific Coast Ultra 100 took runners in a 100 mile footrace at the coastal town of General Nakar in the Province of Quezon. 

READ ALSO: Cordilleran Marathon Queen Christabel Martes among Filipinos who dominated the Laguna Phuket run

The Ultra trail running event's course passes through rolling hills, lush green forests, placid rivers and the town's pristine shoreline facing the Pacific Ocean. 

There are other Cordillerans who joined the race and emerged as top finishers.

READ ALSO: Cordilleran marathoner James Tellias successfully finishes most difficult trail run in France

Mankayan native Jovencio Luspian finished second in the male category of the 160-kilometer race.

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WATCH: Miss Millenial Benguet Roxanne Bastian shows the beauty of Benguet with actor Ryan Agoncillo



Cordillera: Eat Bulaga's Miss Millennial 2019 contestant Roxanne Bastian traveled to the province of Benguet together with Dabarkads Ryan Agoncillo.

Roxanne showed some of the must-see tourist destinations in Benguet in today's episode of the noon time show Eat Bulaga.
Photo Courtesy || Eat Bulaga FB
These the are top Benguet tourist destination featured in the show:

- Winaca Eco Cultural Village, Tublay, Benguet
- Narda's Handwoven, Tublay, Benguet
- Strawberry Farm, La Trinidad Benguet
- Bahong Flower Farm, La Trinidad, Benguet
- Mount Kalugong, La Trinidad, Benguet
- Cowboy Town, La Trinidad, Benguet
- Riverview Waterpark, Tuba, Benguet
- Asisn RD. Woodcraft, Tuba, Benguet
- Colors of Stobosa, La Trinidad, Benguet

Roxanne is an Igorota to represent the province of Benguet in this year Miss Millennial Philippines 2019.

Photo Courtesy || Roxanne Bastian FB
Miss Millennial Philippines is an annual beauty pageant for beautiful, talented and intelligent female beauty queens who will represent their hometown in a competition.

The pageant places great emphasis on the culture of the provinces and cities from which candidates came from.

The candidates are tasked to provide visual tour of must-see tourists destinations, local delicacies, and promote the world-renowned Filipino hospitality.

The pageant's aim is to promote the Philippines as a beautiful country to visit.

Video courtesy: Eat Bulaga YT
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Sunday, October 6, 2019

6 individuals awarded for their noble and selfless love rescuing French family trapped in an ambush site in Abra

Photo Courtesy || Pnp Cordillera
Cordillera - The Philippine National Police (PNP) presented awards and decorations to deserving PNP units and personnel for their outstanding achievements and performances in the police service during the 118th Police Service Anniversary with the theme "Pinaghusay na Serbisyo, Alay sa Sambayanang Pilipino" at the PROCOR Headquarters, Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad Benguet.

Six police and army personnel were awarded Special Individual Awards for their noble and selfless love shown when they rescued a French family trapped along the road of barangay Gacab, Malibcong, Abra on August 21, 2019. 

READ ALSO: Cordilleran soldiers sought-after in Mindanao because "they are full of courage and they don't complain"

The awardees are PEMS Edwin B. Gubiangan, PCMS Marion A Gacayan, PCpl Larry M Puguon, PCpl Leo F. Marrero, Sgt Charles D del Rosario and PFC Jay-r P. Valaquio.

On August 21, at midnight, cops from Balbalan MPS and two members of the 24IB, 7ID Philippine Army conducted a risky operation to rescue tourists who were trapped along Kalinga-Abra road which is known to be an ambush point of the NPA. 

The family survived the horrendous night with the help of the police and soldiers who sacrificed their lives even though they knew the area was at a focal point of the NPA's ambush.

PNP Chief Police General Oscar David Albayalde congratulated all the awardees for their remarkable performance of duties. 

"Your good work, dedication to duty and your deep commitment to the ideals of service, honor, and justice are the best tributes you can render to our forebears," Albayalde said.

READ ALSO: Cordilleran soldier Pvt. Louis Dulawan promoted PSG Officer donned by President Duterte

The PNP Chief also acknowledged Cordilleran cops for being tagged as the 'Most Disciplined Cops' in the country. 

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) in their recent reports listed Police Cordillera are the country's most disciplined law enforcers.

RELATED STORY: Brave Policemen of Kalinga risk their own lives to save a family lost at NPA ambush point


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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Department of Transportation eyes to build cable car system from Pugo, La Union to Baguio

Cordillera - In an effort to ease the worsening traffic situation in the city of Pines, the Department of Transportation proposed to the city of government of Baguio a cable car system that would run from Pugo, La Union to Baguio. 

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said that DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade offered the city to enter into a memorandum of agreement to pursue the proposed cable car system during an Executive-Legislative meeting on Sept. 23.

The cable car system would the be the first in the country and would greatly ease the traffic congestion in the city of Baguio.

A conceptual design for the proposed project will be first provided to the city for review prior to going into a final agreement, according to Baguio City official website.

In addition to the cable car system, DOTr also offered the city of Baguio the construction its first monorail system which will operate from La Trinidad, Benguet to Baguio. 

The monorail project with an estimated cost of over P5 Billion pesos would run from the provincial capital to SM City Baguio passing through the central business district. 

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Saturday, September 28, 2019

Cordilleran General appointed as the new commandant to cadets of the Philippine Military Academy

Cordillera - The Armed Forces of the Philippines (PMA) has appointed new top officials for the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) following the death of Cadet Fourth Class Darwin Dormitorio due to hazing. 

AFP Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Noel Clement made an announcement on September 26 the appointment of Brigadier General Romeo Brawner Jr. as the new commandant of cadets of the Philippine Military Academy. 

Brig. Gen. Brawner Jr. is the son of the late and former Baguio and La Trinidad Regional Trial Court Judge and Commission on Election Commissioner, Justice Romeo Brawner Sr.

Brawner is a graduate of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA)  "MAKATAO" Class of 1989. 

He finished his elementary and secondary education at the Special Education Center and University of the Philippines (UP) College Baguio High School.

In 2013, he was awarded as one of the country's Most Outstanding Philippine soldier. 

The Baguio born soldier was pulled out of his assignment as the commander of Army's 103rd Brigade in Marawi City to become the new commandant replacing Brigadier General Bartoleme Bacarro.

As the new commandant of cadets, Brawner has declared war against hazing after the fatal death of a freshman cadet.

"As the new commandant of cadets, let me proclaim this: I am declaring a war on hazing. And I expect everyone under my jurisdiction, especially the Cadet Corps to tow the line," Brawner said. 

READ ALSO: Battle-tested Igorot Police Officer from Besao promoted the highest rank of PNPA class 1998

Brawner said that it is now time to change the mindset of some cadets regarding the culture of hazing instead, replace it by a culture of peace and culture of understanding. 

Brawner reminded all officers and cadets with a stern warning.

"If you are not willing to wage a war against hazing, then you better leave. There is no place for you in this organization and I mean business," Gen. Brawner added. 

WATCH: The Super Cops of Cordillera.

Photo Courtesy || Baeshora Aim Ace
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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Igorot BJMP officer appointed by Pres. Duterte to clean up BuCor


Cordillera - Armed with his two samurai swords and a machine pistol, the new Bureau of Correction (BuCOr) chief in the name of Gerald Bantag is ready to clean up New Bilibid Prison as ordered by President Duterte. 

On September 20, Bantag took over the Bureau of Correction to start his new role as chief replacing the incompetent former BuCor chief Nicanor Faeldon.

Newly appointed Gen. Bantag is an Igorot BJMP officer who is a member of Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) class of 1996.

President Duterte have a good reason of appointing Bantag as BuCor chief considering Bantag knows how to follow orders. Bantag is also a strict and one strike policy man.

On August 11, 2016, an explosion happened inside an office at the Paranaque City jail when Bantag was then the jail warden. The explosion killed 10 Chinese detainees who had been charged with drug trafficking.

READ ALSO: Cordilleran Police Chief Supt. Empiso is the new head of PNP Special Action Force (SAF)

With his new role as chief, Bantag promise to fulfill his mandate to clean up the BuCor with all kinds of drugs and corruption. 

Bantag said in an interview that he will not shave his beard as long as BuCor is not cleaned with all the mess. 

"Ito yung tanda na hanggat nandito and balbas na ito, hindi pa naayos ang BuCor. Pag natanggal ko na ito, okay na." BuCor chief Bantag said.
Bantag said, he would behead with his Samurai sword NBP guards who allowed inmates to bring into the jail prohibited materials and substances.

RELATED: Cordilleran General appointed as the new commandant to cadets of the Philippine Military Academy
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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Honest Kalinga tricycle driver returns cheques amounting to P2.1 M

Photo Courtesy || Tabuk Life
Cordillera - A tricycle driver in Kalinga was lauded for his honesty when he returned a long brown envelope containing the cheques amounting to P2.1 million to the police station.

Limuel Dumallis, 22-year-old tricycle driver noticed a long brown envelope inside his tricycle. Without any hesitation, he took it and immediately went to Bulanao Police Sub Station 1 for its immediate return to the owner. 

Dumallis who had been a trike driver for three years received admiration for his honesty in social media. 

READ ALSO: Airport cleaner from Abra returns Php430,000 he found at Ninoy Aquino International Airport

"Haan ko ammu nu sino makinbagi, basta nakitak lang dita ket innak inbati jay Police Station ta baka alaen ti sabali diyay ket nagbannugan da pinam" ( I don't know the owner, I just took it and turned it over to the Police Station because I'm worried someone might take it and the owner worked hard for it).

Dumallis is the proud father of a 3-year-old girl. Despite being a trike driver earning not enough income, he still believes that aside from honesty, the value of hard work is also important in life. 
He is encouraging his fellow trike drivers to always do the right thing whenever passengers forget something inside their tricycle.
Source || Tabuk Life
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Monday, September 23, 2019

Cordilleran undefeated boxer Carl Jammes wins vacant PBF bantamweight title

Photo Courtesy || Carl Jammes Martin FB
Cordillera - Cordilleran youngest boxing champion Carl Jammes "Wonder Boy" Martin remains undefeated when he defeated Benezer Alolod of Polomolok on Friday, September 21 at the city hall grounds in Mandaluyong City. 

Martin proved to be too much for the Mindanaoan fighter when he delivered power punches to the body and the head that caused the later to get TKO'd in the 7th round. 

The 20-year old Martin from the province of Ifugao has maintained his zero defeat and 14 victories with all 13 wins coming  by way of knockouts. 

The hard-punching Martin had been training under his new coach and former world champion Gerry Penalosa. 

Martin was recently cited by the Ring Magazine as one of five Filipino prospects under the category "Keep An Eye On" and once compared to senator Manny Pacquiao because of his explosiveness and being a left-handed puncher. 

Martin now filled the vacant PBF bantamweight title. 

In 2018, he retained his World Boxing Organization Oriental Youth bantamweight and World Boxing Association Asia bantamweight titles. 

Watch Martin latest fight below

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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Food vlogger Erwan Eussaff tasted some of the best Igorot delicacies and "THEY'RE SO GOOD"

Photo Courtesy || Erwan Eussaff YT Channel
Cordillera - In his road trip to Northern Luzon with his new Chevrolet Trailblazer Phoenix to discover and experience the places, dishes, traditions, food vlogger Erwan Eussaff stopped over at the Igorot Chef Restaurant at Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City to try out the finest of Igorot delicacies. 
In his new released YouTube video, Eussaff tasted the popular Igorot meal, the pinuneg or blood sausage and pinikpikan. 

"You could tell that this is really a heartwarming dish when it's cold at night, and it's so good, Eussaff said after tasting the blood sausage. 

Watch Erwan Eussaff Video below

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Monday, September 16, 2019

BSU graduate tops September 2019 Librarian Licensure Exam

Cordillera - A graduate of Benguet State University (BSU) in La Trinidad topped the list of passers who took the September 2019 librarian board exam on Monday by the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC). 

Daniel Soriano Balbin Jr., a graduate of the said university topped the licensure exam garnering a rating of 89.75 percent.

From the University of Sto. Tomas, Allyna Macabulos Bermudez placed the second with a rating of 89.30 percent followed by Saint Louis University graduate Geraldine Danason Hernandez with a rating of 89.05 percent.

At least 565 out of 1,024 passed the Librarian Licensure Examination given early this month, announced by PRC.

The examination was conducted in different cities of the country including Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Tacloban and Tuguegarao.

Other graduates on the top ten list are as follows:

Top 4 - Ryan Ace Orino Gamutan (88.05) - University of Mindanao-Davao City
Top 5 - Gerard Paul Sto Domingo Pascual (88.85) - University of the Philippines-Diliman
Top 6 - Samuel Macalanda Pepito (88.80) - University of the Philippines-Diliman
Top 6 - Bea Marie Paras Quijano (88.80) - Baliuag University (Baliuag College)
Top 7 - Princess Anne Diminsil Balajadia (88.70) - University of the Philippines-Diliman
Top 7 - Fe Karen Musni Lamorena (88.70) - University of the Philippines-Diliman
Top 8 - Lady Charm Pascua Balisnomo (88.40) - University of the Philippines-Diliman
Top 9 - Jasmine Guhit Martinez (88.30) - University of the Philippines-Diliman
Top 10 - Kryztalhyn Mae Javillonar Ramos (88.15) - University of the Philippines.
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