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Arman Toga

Hinoba-an’s 15th Pagbana-ag Fest Opens

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Hinoba-an town’s 15th Pagbana-ag Festival opens today with a 4 a.m. Diana and Fun Run and the Symbolic Releasing of Sky Lanterns and Kapehan sa Bantay Dagat at 5 a.m.

Mayor Ernesto Estrao told the Negros Daily Bulletin (NDB) the 15th Pagbana-ag festival is part of the annual Hinoba-an Foundation Day celebration.

The town is celebrating its 56th foundation anniversary during the April 20 to 24, 2015 festivities, which are under the Hinoba-an Tourism Center under his office.

On Ceres Liner’s & Local Pioneers’

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Bacolod City is very lucky to be one of the favored investment areas of major developers such as SM, Ayala Land and Megaworld.

Their multi-billion-peso mall and township infrastructures, and other huge projects will not only further boost the city’s and Negros Occidental’s economies.

‘Depends on How Much They Can Put in their Pocket’

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By Eugene Y. Adiong

Negros Occidental Vice Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson said that sugar planters will ultimately decide depending on how much they can put in their pocket if they offer their lands as areas where a solar plant can be built.


Gov. Marañon shows Negros Occidental’s river system to the Czech Republic delegation that included the Chairman of the Parliament’s Committee on Environment, Robin Bohnisch, who is interested about wildlife conservation, and discussed with the top Capitol executive concerns related to climate change intervention, green economy and renewable energy development, particularly small to medium-sized hydro power plants for communities.* (Richard Malihan photo)


THE TREE GROWING PROGRAM is a project of the Negros Occidental Miners Permittees Association Inc. (NOMPAI) headed by Pres. Mike Eusebio under the administration of Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon Jr.. The 2.5-hectare shoreline allocated by the city government of Bago in Brgy. Sampinit, was planted with about 6,430 mangrove propagules Tuesday in the presence of Mayor Ramon Torres, MGB 6 Regional Director Engr. Leo Van Juguan and Mt. Kanlandog Lions Club members.* (Rey Siason photo)

Lacson’s statement came on the heels of reactions from some sugar planters on the statements of Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. that “food security should be prioritized over the need for more energy sources.”

PAPI Taps Magazine Publisher to Form Negros Chapter

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Jonathan “Jun” Gaton, publisher of Pasiplat Magazine, was authorized by the Publishers Association of the Philippines, Inc. officers as PAPI’s organizing incharge in Negros Occidental and Oriental.

Reasons to Visit San Carlos

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SAN CARLOS CITY, Negros Occ. — There are reasons to consider spending your vacation in this northernmost city of Negros Occidental which is the home of Pinta Flores Festival.


LA FORTUNA LAGOON. One of the beautiful places to visit in San Carlos is the La Fortuna Lagoon, owned and maintained by the Ledesma Hermanos Agricultural Corp. Although a private spot, permission can be secured from the company or the 1st District Congressional Office. From right to left, executive Marton Cui serving as guide to the lagoon site, NDB reporter Eugene Adiong and editor Arman Toga.*