Thursday, November 30, 2023

Simpol Dishkarte Wins World Gourmand Awards 2023

Chef Tatung’s “Simpol Dishkarte” cookbook wins the 2023 Best Celebrity Book in the World.

Cebu Pacific Holds Travel Familiarization For Autism Society Philippines

Cebu Pacific and Autism Society Philippines make air travel inclusive for children with autism, celebrating diversity on World Children’s Day!

RELX Ranks First In Global E-Vapor Industry Rating By S&P Global

RELX Technology Inc. excels in S&P Global’s ESG assessment, topping global e-cigarette companies for the second year, highlighting its impressive Environmental, Social, and Governance practices.

#KasamaSaBestLife Pro Tip: Developing A Self-Care Plan

Prioritize self-love, build a holistic self-care plan, and join Run for Wellness with Southstar Drug and Maxicare for a healthier you!

Road, Bridge Project Links 4 Villages In Davao Del Norte Town


Road, Bridge Project Links 4 Villages In Davao Del Norte Town

How do you feel about this story?


Four barangays in the Davao del Norte town of Sto. Tomas town stand to benefit from a PHP192-million road connector with bridge project funded by the Department of Agriculture- Philippine Rural Development Project (DA-PRDP) 11.

In a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, DA- PRDP program director Abel James Monteagudo said Barangays New Visayas, Bobongan, Balagunan, and Tulalian will directly gain from the 7.9-kilometer rehabilitation of the New Visayas–Tulalian farm-to-market road with two bridges.

“Residents of the four barangays will see a better future, especially for the farmers as they waited for this project for more than five years, believing that road accessibility will boost their economic condition,” Monteagudo said.

He also thanked the provincial government for not giving up on the project for the benefit of its residents.

Likewise, Governor Edwin Jubahib said the project could bring great benefits to improve the economy of the four villages and the entire province as well.

Jubahib recounted that it took them five years to comply with all the requirements needed for the project.

He urged residents of the four adjoining barangays to plant high-value crops to help them increase their income. (PNA)