Articles in Travel and Tourism, Provincial and Environment

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by Nef Luczon on July 4, 2022
Camiguin confirms ASF cases, bans entry of pork products
by Nef Luczon on July 4, 2022
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The province of Camiguin has imposed a temporary ban on pork meat and by-products from outside the island after the Department of Agriculture-Northern Mindanao (DA-10) confirmed cases of African swine fever (ASF).... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 29, 2022
Domestic travels reach over 37M last year: DOT
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 29, 2022
MANILA – Domestic tourism continues to rise from the pandemic slump with local trips in 2021 reaching 37.27 million.... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 28, 2022
Incoming DOT chief vows to forge stronger links with LGUs
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 28, 2022
MANILA – Incoming Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco promised to be a "listening secretary" that values the inputs of local government units when creating national policies related to tourism and destinations under their jurisdictions.... Read full article
ANKARA – Droughts may affect more than three-quarters of the world’s population by 2050, the UN said Friday as World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is observed.... Read full article
by Christine Cudis on June 19, 2022
Crowd cheers as Sara, PRRD hug at inauguration ceremony
by Christine Cudis on June 19, 2022
DAVAO CITY – The massive crowd that witnessed the inauguration ceremony of Vice-President elect Sara Duterte in Davao City on Sunday erupted in cheers when she tightly embraced her father, President Rodrigo Duterte, after she took her oath of office.... Read full article
by Che Palicte on June 19, 2022
Sara takes oath as VP, commits to serve nation
by Che Palicte on June 19, 2022
DAVAO CITY – Sara Duterte took her oath as the 15th Vice President of the Philippines before Supreme Court Associate Justice Ramon Paul Hernando at San Pedro Square here on Sunday.... Read full article
by Mary Judaline Partlow on June 17, 2022
Fish 'spillover' seen as NegOr town's marine reserves thrive
by Mary Judaline Partlow on June 17, 2022
DUMAGUETE CITY – Marine protected areas (MPAs) in the municipality of Zamboanguita in Negros Oriental are thriving, with some of them already showing signs of "spillover" a few years after they were identified as fish sanctuaries.... Read full article
by Philippines News Agency on June 14, 2022
DOT positions New Clark City as premier tourism investment hub
by Philippines News Agency on June 14, 2022
MANILA – The Department of Tourism (DOT) is rooting on the development of the Clark Freeport Zone (CFZ) and the New Clark City in order to further boost the recovery of the country’s tourism industry.... Read full article
by Ma. Cristina Arayata on June 14, 2022
Cebu Pacific to add more Dubai, Singapore flights in July
by Ma. Cristina Arayata on June 14, 2022
MANILA -- Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) is adding more flights between Manila and Singapore, as well as Dubai in July.... Read full article
by Connie Calipay on June 10, 2022
DENR-5, volunteers plant 6K seedlings to mark Environment Month
by Connie Calipay on June 10, 2022
LEGAZPI CITY – The Department of Environment Natural Resources in Bicol (DENR-5) together with volunteers and other stakeholders planted some 6,000 seedlings on Wednesday as part of the celebration of Environment Month.... Read full article
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