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Old July 16th, 2014, 07:42 AM   #501
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Yes, murag tinuod na balitaa, my friend who lives in the said lot just posted their house being demolished at facebook, she said, "Gaisano bought the lot" near dueksam, if youre travelling from the town center to tagbilaran city, its the clearing after dueksam

Nice unta kon naa naga update nato dri na taga dd2 sa Tubigon..hehehe
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Old July 20th, 2014, 07:50 AM   #502
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Magnitude 4.5 quake jolts Bohol
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A magnitude 4.5 earthquake jolted Bohol Sunday morning, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PhiVolcs) said.

According to its latest bulletin, the epicenter of the quake which struck at 6:21 a.m. was plotted 3 kilometers northeast of Catigbian town.


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Old July 20th, 2014, 07:52 AM   #503
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ohol is the best poverty-fighting province in Central Visayas so that it has even dramatically moved out of the top spot, according to a latest socio-economic agency report released on Friday.

The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) cited Bohol under Gov. Edgar Chatto as the “best performing province” in Region 7 in poverty reduction.

“From having the highest poverty incidence in 2006 and 2009, Bohol was able to significantly bring down poverty incidence among families and population in 2012,” NEDA said, also quoting data from the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB).
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Old July 21st, 2014, 12:25 PM   #504
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 03:56 AM   #506
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World-class leisure village mall to rise in Panglao
by Mike Ortega Ligalig
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Panglao Island, Bohol – Long before a new international airport becomes operational in this tourist-magnet island town, an upcoming world-class resort designed as a leisure village mall with amenities and facilities envisioned by the developer to be unmatched and unprecedented in any other similar establishment in the province, will soon rise in Panglao.

Designed to be Bohol’s “Destination of all Destinations,” the multi-billion peso project of Monorealty Incorporated which will be named the “Modala” Panglao Bay Resort, from a Visayan word meaning “to bring,” had its groundbreaking and blessing of the jobsite last Saturday at Barangay Doljo, Panglao.

DESTINATION OF ALL DESTINATIONS IN PANGLAO, BOHOL – Modala, also known as Panglao Bay Resort, is now in the pipeline with project developer Monorealty Inc. holding during the weekend a groundbreaking ceremony and job site blessing at development location, Barangay Doljo, Panglao, Bohol. Image shows a computer-generated design of the future leisure village mall, which according to project developer Monorealty will become “the destination of all destinations” in Bohol. (Elvieh Sarmiento)
DESTINATION OF ALL DESTINATIONS IN PANGLAO, BOHOL – Modala, also known as Panglao Bay Resort, is now in the pipeline with project developer Monorealty Inc. holding during the weekend a groundbreaking ceremony and job site blessing at development location, Barangay Doljo, Panglao, Bohol. Image shows a computer-generated design of the future leisure village mall, which according to project developer Monorealty will become “the destination of all destinations” in Bohol. (Elvieh Sarmiento)
Attended by political bigwigs in the province as well as foreign investors and businessmen, the Modala’s groundbreaking was seen as an indication that Bohol has retained its allure as an investment charm despite the devastating 7.2-magnitude earthquake that hit the province mid-last year.

Developer Monorealty describes the project as a “leisure village mall-cum-resort envisioned to be an active lifestyle destination, where one can enjoy fine white sand and lush greenery, with 47-room accommodations and two levels of retail space integrated into one development.”

Monorealty, Inc. consultant Elvieh Sarmiento said the 20-hectare project, with phase one opening by end of 2015, will be the biggest of its kind in the province.

Monorealty and Monocrete President, engineer Manuel Mendoza said his concept is “not to compete but to boost local tourism and I decided to build a leisure village mall where a resort will be incorporated.”

He also said his experience in construction has given him knowledge to “build but I do not have the experience to manage a Leisure Villa Mall, so I got the services of the top resort management group in the country today,” referring to the Raintree Hospitality Group, which was involved with Discovery Shores Boracay and the recently opened Costa Pacifica in Baler.

WATG, one of the best destination architects in the world, has been tapped for Modala, together with JSLA, a premiere local architect service.
http://www.mb.com.ph/world-class-lei...se-in-panglao/
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Old July 23rd, 2014, 07:53 AM   #507
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Good news for Panglao and all over BOHOL...
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Old July 23rd, 2014, 08:17 AM   #508
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Bohol sees BPO boosted by PLDT fiber optic link

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“We are ready. We have always identified the ICT (information and communications technology) sector as the third engine of growth for Bohol. We must make sure that we take off this time,” the governor said in an interview after the celebration of the province’s 160th founding anniversary on Tuesday.

Bohol’s economy is currently agriculture- and tourism-centered. Tagbilaran City, the provincial capital, has been identified as one of the next wave of cities for outsourcing, but Mr. Chatto said the province has lagged other locations in attracting IT-BPO investment.

The completion of PLDT’s high-speed Internet backbone will provide connectivity, which the governor described as “the last ingredient” for the development of Tagbilaran City into another ICT hub.
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Bohol to build ICT industry
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LAGGING behind other provinces in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector, the Bohol Provincial Government hopes to make this industry the third pillar of its economy after tourism and agriculture.

With the P700 million investment that PLDT poured in for its domestic fiber optic network in Bohol, Gov. Edgar Chatto believes they are ready to accept locators for business process management in Bohol.

“While we have had landmark, award-winning initiatives in Health, Education, Agriculture and Tourism (HEAT), we have looked with envy at other provinces which gained a headstart in the IT-BPO industry,” he said.
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DOT chief lists 6 'underrated' PH destinations

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Located in Central Visayas, Bohol has been a favorite among tourists mainly because of the Chocolate Hills and the white sand beaches of Panglao island.

Jimenez, however, stressed that there are plenty of things to see in the province beyond the two attractions.

“I think Bohol is at the top of the list, it’s underrated… People think there’s nothing in between Panglao and the Chocolate Hills,” he noted. “But you see, the Loboc River alone is an incredible experience.”

Other attractions in Bohol include old churches (and church ruins), caves, watchtowers, more beaches and adventure parks.
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Old July 26th, 2014, 01:14 AM   #511
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Bohol weaving industry gets much-needed boost




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Tagbilaran City, Bohol – The loom weaving industry in Bohol province gets a much-needed boost following the P2-million assistance provided by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).


According to the Region-7 office of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI-7), the assistance provided by UNIDO will be used by the Loom Weavers Cooperative at the Tubigon Loom Weaving Center, in Tubigon, Bohol, to rehabilitate its facility, purchase additional equipment, and accommodate more workers.

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Old July 27th, 2014, 09:40 PM   #513
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Bohol tour guides get training on Russian

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BOHOL tour guides and some tourism officers will receive training on Russian language and culture as part of a joint project between the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Philippine Russian Business Assembly (PRBA).

The 16-day training on Russian language and culture began on June 30, 2014. Over 15 tour guides and tourism officers from all over Bohol attended the sessions.

The training includes topics on the Russian alphabet, phonetics, and word usage, glimpses of life in Russia and major Russian cities, Russian holidays and seasons of the year, Russian customs and traditions, and Russian hobbies and entertainment.

“This effort began with the idea that more cultural exchange and familiarity between the Philippines and Russia is the best starting point for the growth of tourism and eventually the expansion trade relations and then investments from Russia,” said Honorary Russian Consul and PRBA President Armi Lopez-Garcia.

The lesson plan for the two-week training was prepared by Ms. Zinaida Putapurchenko, the PRBA’s resident Russian language instructor. The same training on Russian language and culture was given earlier this year to 11 tourism officers and four tour guides who are based in Cebu.
http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/busin...russian-356262
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