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Officials of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines paid courtesies to Cotabato City Mayor Japal Guiani, Jr. after donating several food items to be distributed to the flood victims of the city.More families are now returning to their homes after floodwaters have completely subsided in most of the barangays affected in the city. As of today, there are still 5 villages that are submerged in water and the local government continues to monitor the situation in the said areas.

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More Donations from Saranggani Province

IMG_6733Early today, officials of Saranggani Province were in Cotabato City bringing with them half a million-peso worth of relief items for the flood victims in the city.   

 

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The Mayor was only Misquoted—Atty. Guiani-Sayadi

Several days after the controversial issue between Malacañan and Cotabato City Mayor Japal J. Guiani, Jr. regarding the relief operations for the flood victims, City Administrator Atty. Frances Cynthia Guiani-Sayadi made it clear that the Mayor never said anything against the President.

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Charmaine C. Mastura, crowned Mutya ng Cotabato 2011

IMG_4775What does it take to be a beauty queen? Is it just the eye-catching looks and the heart melting charms? Or is it the wit and the confidence in facing the adoring crowd? Or is it a combination of all of this?

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No More Water Hyacinth!

After several weeks of getting swarmed by hectares of water hyacinth, the piers of Delta Bridge on the Rio Grande de Mindanao is now totally free of the accumulated water plants.

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