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Duty Free Philippines Corporation also records a 2% increase in sales in 2018
The newly renovated and rehabilitated port can now accommodate more ships and passengers
The long-delayed Bohol-Panglao International Airport is finally open
The Bohol-Panglao International Airport will open on November 28, 2018, ahead of the original target of 2021
The new Bohol-Panglao International Airport will be the sole commercial airport that will serve the province of Bohol
Tourism facilities are contributing to Panglao’s struggle with trash while mayors fight it out
Tourism brings in revenues also spent to curb the garbage problem
Old and new problems pose challenges to Panglao’s waste management system
Panglao, often promoted as an alternative to world-famous Boracay, has a long history of neglecting solid waste
Panglao experiences a drastic increase in tourist arrivals after Boracay’s closure
President Rodrigo Duterte's Cabinet Secretary, who served as Maribojoc mayor for 3 terms, wants to return to local politics
'This is the kind of airport that we should be building, an airport that has regard for the environment and the future generations,' Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says of the country's first international eco-airport
(UPDATED) Detained Senator Leila de Lima is the second Filipino to be conferred the award, after former president Corazon Aquino in 1987
Adonis Dumpit is killed by National Bureau of Investigation agents in an 'drug interdiction' operation in Tagbilaran City, Bohol
All tourism destinations will be up for assessment by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, but some areas are on top of the list
'To Vincent, I want to tell you, my son, that I am so happy and so proud of you,' writes detained Senator Leila de Lima. Read her full message here.
Senator Leila de Lima's son Vincent Joshua Bohol is set to graduate from the San Beda College Alabang School of Law on Sunday, June 3
At the same time, advocates criticize the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) of 2001
Buenavista Mayor Ronald Lowell Tirol is the second mayor in Bohol killed in less than a year
The Philippine unit of Southeast Asia's largest discount carrier plans to have 70 planes by 2032. With inadequate space in Manila, AirAsia is looking for more hubs in the countryside.
Paddle amid quiet mangrove tunnels by day, and wait for fireflies to light up the trees at night. The kayak tours in Abatan River help sustain the local community, who work together to protect the river and its mangroves.
The Department of Transportation turns down the unsolicited proposal of Aboitiz InfraCapital Incorporated and opts for public bidding instead
The memo, dated March 23, 2018 and leaked on March 27, has become a hot topic of discussion among Boholanos, offline and online
'The DOJ might be renamed Department of Injustice for this latest blunder?' asks Senior Superintendent Jonathan Cabal, after the Department of Justice cleared the prime suspect in the murder of Bien-Unido Mayor Gisela Bendong-Boniel
Bengt Gustaf Ludvig Linne accidentally steps on a wet pathway with an exposed power wire
The unsolicited proposal seeks to upgrade and maintain both airports over a 30-year concession period
(UPDATED) The Aboitiz group submits an unsolicited proposal to modernize, operate, and maintain the Iloilo International Airport, Bacolod-Silay Airport, Laguindingan Airport, and New Bohol International Airport in Panglao for 35 years
The new route will fly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays
A regional investigating team is tasked to find out the establishments in Panglao Bay that are violating the Clean Water Act and the Solid Waste Management Act
The Bohol officials are facing criminal charges because they approved two resolutions allowing the late Governor Erico B. Aumentado to buy heavy equipment
'Posting of drug-free stickers is purely on a voluntary basis,' says a Bohol official
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Bohol Governor Edgar Chatto says the province 'is not very badly affected' by Tropical Depression Agaton, which brought to Bohol torrential rains that lasted for more than 24 hours
3 towns already order a mandatory evacuation of residents
Trinidad town's new ordinance aims to promote public health and to 'discipline people who are habitual drunkards and who cause detrimental act to public morale and safety'
'We have made all the necessary preparations to minimize the impact of typhoon Vinta to lives and properties'
The Commission on Audit says this failure to fill 12 vacant positions 'contradicts sound public administration and good governance'
Eight of the candidates visit Camiguin as part of Department of Tourism’s 'Bring Home a Friend' program
The Saturday blackout, one of the handfuls the tourist destination province has experienced this year, is due to a scheduled maintenance work by NGCP
Here's how planned rallies in the cities of Davao, Tagbilaran, Baguio, and Tuguegarao have turned out
Geraldine Lupian Betasola's husband and son are racing against time to see her
Father James Darunday claims the wife of an inmate tricked him into bringing in a plastic container of biscuits. Prohibited cigarettes and tobacco leaves were inside.
The retired bishop, who died at the age of 80, will be laid to rest on December 4
COA rebukes the officials of Ubay and Garcia-Hernandez towns for depriving their constituents of projects and programs supposed to be implemented in 2016
State auditors say the municipality of Loay accumulated more than P728,000 of unliquidated funds paid out to NGOs
Four years after an earthquake leveled both the Loon Church and the Maribojoc Church, the reconstruction of the two historic structures has begun
Judith Dongon is ordered to appear before a regional trial court to face charges of resistance and disobedience of an agent of a person in authority
The camp of former Batuan vice mayor Jaime Decasa will file a motion for reconsideration