Capitol sees higher production ahead

TILAPIA FINGERLINGS DISPERSAL LINGAYEN– The province can expect further increase in the production of tilapia after the recent seeding of some 300,000 tilapia fingerlings at the mouth of the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) re-regulating pond in San Roque, San Manuel town. The annual dispersal program since 2007 has already increased volume of harvested tilapia by 850 […]

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10 distressed OFWs get livelihood kits

THE Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) is set to release livelihood starter kits to ten beneficiaries from Pangasinan through the Balik Pinas, Balik Hanapbuhay (BPBH) Program. They are among the first batch of beneficiaries in Region 1 for 2017, in support of stronger reintegration efforts for particularly for distressed Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) by encouraging […]

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DOTr’s help sought to finish Alaminos airport

ALAMINOS CITY—The city government has asked the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to continue and complete the construction of its stalled airport project in order to boost the city’s and province’s tourism industry. Mayor Arthur Celeste wrote the DOTr through Undersecretary Roberto Lim, in charge of airport and seaport projects, urging the allocation of funds for […]

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Grace period for ‘5-6’ lenders set

LOCAL ‘5-6’ lenders from the Indian community in Pangasinan have been given a grace period to register their micro-financing business activities. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) announced a transition period within which illegal foreign money lenders to legalize their resident status and register their lending business with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). […]

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