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Breaking News: Caring for the Earth with earthworms
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-08-30 17:16:38 -0700 | green-news

BAGUIO CITY -- When talks about solid waste management crop up, the monstrous trashslide in Baguio City in 2011 cannot be underrated. Like any disaster it fanned a lot of issues at the same time tickled the imagination of those...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-08-23 03:44:51 -0700 | health-news

(Beautiful Inside Out: a column by Lyn V. Ramo) "Sayote manen? Mangipa-high blood!," (Chayote againt? My blood pressure rises!) is a familiar joke among Baguio City natives and settlers alike . The truth is that sayote actually prevents the onset...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-08-22 23:18:43 -0700 | lifestyle-news

(Beautiful Inside Out: a column by Lyn V. Ramo) "Mayroon bang pagkakataon na naagrabyado kayo ni Dick?" (Is there any chance that Dick did you wrong?) was the common question the woman who gave birth to and raised Kilusang Mayo...
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Breaking News: Are we ready to face climate change?
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-08-28 04:49:08 -0700 | lifestyle-news

(Beautiful Inside Out: a column by Lyn V. Ramo) There was no typhoon but the rains were heavy and for several days and nights the continuous downpour drenched the city of man and many other outlying provinces in Luzon. On...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-08-03 20:40:50 -0700 | lifestyle-news

Yes, Virginia, we can start to grow an orchard in the urban garden. Afriend tells us how. Born to a family of agronomists, as he termed it, journalist Artemio Dumlao Jr, a Philippine Star reporter based in Baguio City, grew...
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Breaking News: Farewell Nelson Mallari: Aeta leader of Katribu
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-08-05 04:14:28 -0700 | humanitarian-news

Nelson Mallari, turning 40 on December 19, died in a government hospital after clinging on to dear life for seven days despite massive blood clots in the brain where the skull had been cracked. He figured in a freak traffic...
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Breaking News: There's more to bamboo than the World Bamboo Congress
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-06-18 16:55:26 -0700 | green-news

BAGUIO CITY (250 kms. North of Manila) -- A bamboo coffee table and chairs enliven a dull corner. So does a bamboo reclining chair that provides comfort and beautifies. Baskets in the olden days spared us of toxins from single-use...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-06-17 00:16:26 -0700 | lifestyle-news

If there was anything that has not been fully mentioned about the late Cecile C. Afable (1917-2012), the so-called grand dame of Baguio City, her manner of aging and dying beautifully is among those things. I will not pretend to...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-06-08 02:34:31 -0700 | lifestyle-news

Nanay Nena was in Baguio City for 20 days in May and my garden benefited from her stored knowledge in agriculture. When I arrived in late May in time when she had to leave, I could not contain the pleasure...
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Breaking News: Proper planning is crucial in urban gardening
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-06-07 22:24:01 -0700 | green-news

It is always exciting to talk about how people can produce their own food right in their backyard. For obvious reasons, they want to get the freshest, cheapest (or freest), choiciest and healthiest of food produce for themselves and their...
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Breaking News: Groups draw attention to HIVAIDS with yearly candle-lighting rites to remember victims
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-05-25 05:39:16 -0700 | health-news

BAGUIO CITY -- "We remember - we will never forget," Metropolitan Community Church's (MCC) Pastor Myke Sotero of the lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender (LGBT) community posted in the social networking site Facebook on May 23, 2012. Sotero was among participants...
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Breaking News: Baguio City's urban poor turn flower pots into food gardens
 
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-05-23 19:25:55 -0700 | lifestyle-news

Baguio City, as we all know, welcomes everyone. Tourists, students, scholars, artists, writers, journalists, drivers, vendors, carpenters, painters, the religious, pilgrims, and many more. If we speak of indigenous peoples, we can safely say that the city hosts all tribes...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-05-23 18:35:30 -0700 | green-news

BAGUIO CITY -- While a lot of families are preparing for the opening of classes in June, several townsfolk of Mankayan are barricading the entry of mining equipment in Sitio Madaymen,in Barangay Tabeo in Mankayan, believed to be the site...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-06-08 15:20:19 -0700 | arts-culture-news

BAGUIO CITY -- The audience was in awe as the film Guerrilla Midwife reeled off at an unlikely venue the Victor Oteyza Community Art Space (VOCAS) at the heart of the central business district. The film on Robin Lim, a...
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Baguio :: Philippines | updated 2012-05-10 01:52:56 -0700 | lifestyle-news

BAGUIO CITY -- Ilocos Region's workforce are fast migrating towards the semi-proletariat sector with contractualization fast becoming the trend in the employment arena according to Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) Ilocos regional Coordinator Eduardo Rimando. Rimando, here with some 100 semi-workers...
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