Misamis

The Philippines and Guam: A Shared Heritage worth remembering
by:

It’s sad how of the 20,000 Filipinos who visited Guam last year, most came to shop, unaware of the treasures awaiting them here on a shared historical heritage. Like the Philippines, Guam was a Spanish colony, and remnants of that period remains in a series of forts built to defend the island against pirates and privateers, it being a prime target as a vital stopover for the famed galleons of the Manila-Acapulco Trade.

Read More
XU Hosts 15th PH-Spanish Friendship Day National Conference
by:

For just the second time, Northern Mindanao again hosted an event marking the annual Philippine-Spanish Friendship Day.

Read More
Hiscom, DepEd collaborate on Local History Textbook
by:

The Cagayan de Oro Historical and Cultural Commission (Hiscom) and the Department of Education Cagayan de Oro Division of City Schools are collaborating on creating the first local history textbook for public school students in the city.

Read More
Robinsons Hotels launches flagship Summit Galleria Cebu
by:

Robinsons Hotels and Resorts formally launched its flagship Summit Galleria Cebu last August 19.

Read More
Joint Venture eyes bulk water to sustain Cagayan de Oro’s growth
by:

The National Spatial Strategy proposed network of settlements under the 2017-2025 Philippine Development Plan envisions Metro Cagayan de Oro as the Philippines’ 4th Metropolitan Center after Manila, Cebu and Davao by 2025.

Read More
MVP: Filipino Creativity making things happen for Gilas Pilipinas
by:

Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, Inc. Chairman Emeritus Manuel V. Pangilinan believes Filipino creativity and speed will carry the day for Gilas Pilipinas in the current 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Beirut, Lebanon.

Read More
CEB deploys more regional flights, bigger aircraft on key routes
by:

The country’s biggest airline has expended its coverage of the archipelago with the recent launch of more regional flights to link key destinations and the upgrading on key routes with the deployment and of bigger and newer aircraft to serve growing passenger traffic.

Read More
Business As Usual: Cagayan de Oro expected to ride out Marawi Conflict, martial law extension
by:

Top officials of the National Economic and Development Authority expect the fall-out from the Marawi conflict and the extension of martial law in Mindanao to have little, if not positive effects, on Cagayan de Oro City.

Read More
Pernia: Nothing Definite Yet on ODA funds from China
by:

(Cagayan de Oro City, 19 July 2017) The country’s socio-economic planning secretary has downplayed reports that the Philippines is at risk from loans and official development assistance from China arising from President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent state visit to Asia’s largest country.

Read More
Seven Seas revisits forgotten chapter in Philippine History
by: The Night Stalker

The Seven Seas Water Park and Resort in Barra, Opol, Misamis Oriental seeks to do more than merely amuse guests as they experience the facility’s water rides and other attractions.

Read More
World Little League Asia Pacific Baseball Championship – NorMin Little Leaguers win bronze in tough international tournament
by:

http://www.kagay-an.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/The-Philippines-was-represented-in-the-tournament-by-Northern-Mindanao-Litttle-League-team.jpg

Read More
The Big Picture from Cagayan de Oro Seaport – Finding Solutions Beyond Infrastructure for Present and Future
by:

National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Region 10 Director Leon Dacanay Jr. said Metro Cagayan de Oro is envisioned to become the Philippines 4th Metropolitan Center by 2025 along with Manila, Cebu and Davao, based on the National Spatial Strategy proposed network of settlements under the 2017-2025 edition of the Philippine Development Plan.

Read More
Laguindingan Airport can accommodate more flights, passengers and cargo
by:

There are no facility constraints at Northern Mindanao’s Laguindingan Airport that hinder the flow of more passenger and cargo traffic to and from the region.

Read More
Smart, TNT & Sun share 15 days of free calls and texts for displaced Marawi residents
by: PR

[23 June 2017] As part of its ongoing efforts to help and support those affected by the Marawi conflict, mobile services provider Smart Communications has opened up its network to provide free calls and texts catering to Marawi residents affected and displaced by the ongoing crisis.

Read More
Cebu Pacific upgrades MNL-CGY Route with eight add’l flights
by: PR

The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE: CEB), boosts its domestic network by increasing the capacity of its flights from Manila to key destinations in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao where strong demand is continually seen.

Read More
Cagayan de Oro marks 67th Charter Day Anniversary
by:

Northern Mindanao’s premier city and gateway marks its 67th anniversary as a city today, June 15, 2017 with a full schedule of events set within the 3rd Himugso Festival.

Read More
Business As Usual as Cagayan de Oro celebrates 3rd Himugso Festival
by:

Cagayan de Oro celebrates its 3rd HIMUGSO Festival this month with the tagline “Business As Usual Cagayan de Oro”.

Read More
Rx for Laguindingan Airport: More Globally Known Destinations, Foreign Flights
by:

The common perception that facility limitations on Northern Mindanao’s premier airport are a constraint to the region’s development has been debunked by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines highest ranking regional officer.

Read More
A Century of Stewardship for Culture and the Arts – Paterno Velez Foundation donates piano to MOGCHS
by:

A hundred and eight years after the Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School’s inauguration on December 15, 1909, the family of one of its original patrons continues its legacy of responsible stewardship to perpetuate the institution’s vision of molding patriotic and responsible citizens.

Read More
Oro Press celebrate 35th Press Freedom Week
by:

The Fourth Estate in Cagayan de Oro will be celebrating the 35th anniversary of Press Freedom Week starting Monday, 22 May 2017.

Read More