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Test Run of Halal Slaughterhouse equipments gets thumbs up.

11028970_863182650391422_3424467108128136182_nThe Double "A" Halal Slaughterhouse in Cotabato City impressed the officials of the National Meat Inspection Services during the testing of all its equipments, Wednesday dawn.

The 20-million peso facility has state-of-the-art stainless equipments which were all tested for the very first time as live cattle was brought there to be butchered and be sold to the market on the same day.

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Observance of Fire Prevention Month in Cotabato City, successful.

The City's Bureau of Fire Protection has successfully conducted several activities in line with the observance of the National Fire Prevention Month this March.

Their activities kicked off with a simultaneous conduct of ''walk for a fire-free and a fire-safe nation'' participated by firefighters, fire volunteers, public servants, NGO's, students, professionals and others.

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International Women's Month 2015 Gives Tribute to Women Leaders of the City

Aside from being the National Fire Prevention Month, March is also the time when we observe the International Women's Month.

Bearing the theme: "Juana, Desisyon mo ay mahalaga sa Kinabukasan ng bawat isa: Ikaw na!", the Women's Month Celebration aspires to promote the empowerment of women in all ethnicities, nationalities, and religions.

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Farm-to-market roads of city's agricultural barangays, to be finished soon.

Untitled-1Three of the city's far flung barangays will soon enjoy the convenience of concrete roads as the construction of their farm-to-market roads are already ongoing.

Tamontaka 3, 4, and 5 have been registered and recognized by the Department of Agriculture as an Agrarian Reform Community, thus were given the farm-to-market road projects worth 4.4 Million Pesos each.

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City Authorities intensify operations against "bora bora"

IMG_0060City Mayor Japal J. Guiani, Jr. has ordered the destruction of the 154 open pipe mufflers, locally called the "bora bora", confiscated by the men of the city's Office on Transportation Services and the local police during their operation last week.

This operation is a part of the city's campaign against these open pipe mufflers that is one of the main causes of noise pollution in Cotabato.

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City Coastal Barangays receive Tilapia Fingerlings from the City Agricultural Services Office

IMG_0307Fifteen (15) Barangays in Cotabato City received Tilapia Fingerlings from the Department of Agriculture XII, in coordination with the City's Agricultural Services Office.

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