Cagayan de Oro News

Tuesday 29th July 2014
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Cagayan de Oro Facts

Population: Approx 413,689
Longitude: 124.67
Latitude: 8.45
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Cagayan De Oro
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News Headlines

Councilors divided on replacing city cop chief
AS THE spate of robberies and summary killings have taken their toll on the peace and order situation in Cagayan de Oro, two city councilors wanted the city's police director Senior Superintendent Graciano Mijares replaced from his post. Councilors Teodulfo Lao Jr.
Should Cocpo chief Mijares resign?
FEW days since the month of July started, the chief of the Cagayan de Oro Police Office (Cocpo) is poised to reduce the criminalities in the city after he was challenged by the chairperson of the city council’s committee on police, fire and public safety, councilor Ramon Tabor. Senior Superintendent Graciano Mijares, even “directed all police precincts in the city to conduct patrols, regular ...
Rape, trafficking victims’ custodian under watch
SUSPICIOUS-looking men were spotted in Barangay Consolacion asking for information of two female minors who had filed rape and human trafficking charges against a leader of religious group in Zamboanga del Sur, the victims’ guardian said. Gina Idulsa, the custodian of Lina, 17, and Gay, 15 (not their real names), told Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro that her neighbors informed her of men who appeared to ...
THE WORM’S EYEVIEW: The KBP should live up to its commitment
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (MindaNews / 29 July) – Sometimes one gets the impression from listening to local radio that we’re under assault by aliens from other galaxies. But then… »
CDO-Butuan highway closed due to floods, landslides
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (MindaNews/26 July) — Torrential rains since Friday triggered landslides and flooding closing the Cagayan de Oro-Butuan highway for several hours and causing a major traffic jam… »
A year later, justice still eludes CDO blast victims
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (MindaNews/26 July) – One year after a bomb ripped through an upscale restaurant just outside the Lim Ket Kai Mall, no suspect has been arrested for… »
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Sports Headlines

Aboitiz Football Cup searches for new home
WITH the closure of the Aboitiz Sports Field, the biggest football tournament in Cebu, the Aboitiz Football Cup, is left without a home. The Aboitiz Football Field will be developed into a mixed-used district.
Football star Tevez's father freed after kidnapping in Argentina
The father of Argentine football star Carlos Tevez was kidnapped early Tuesday before being released hours later, a lawyer for the family said. Segundo Tevez "is free, he is in good condition and has reunited with his family," lawyer Gustavo Galasso told television channel C5N. Juventus star Tevez had planned to fly home from Italy in response to the situation, but "decided not to in light of ...
Carter back in black for Rugby Championships
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Star flyhalf Dan Carter has been returned to the All Blacks squad for this season's Rugby Championships against Australia, South Africa and Argentina at the expense of his Crusaders' teammate Colin Slade.
Macho sport looks to feminine side in women's World Cup
By Andrew Callus PARIS (Reuters) - It is seen as the ultimate macho sport, but for the 12 captains in Paris on Tuesday at the official launch of the women's World Cup there is much more to rugby than a chance to break a few gender stereotypes. There are so many aspects to it," said Kelly Russell, captain of Canada. There aren't many sports where you find all that," Russell told Reuters at launch ...
Juico targets Olympic medal in 2020 Games
Newly-elected Philippine Amateur Track and Field Association (Patafa) President Philip Juico is apparently not the kind of sports leader who will settle for crumbs. In his first announcement as Patafa chief, Juico said he plans to undertake a program which he hopes will produce an athletics medal in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Speaking at the PSA Forum yesterday, Juico said six years is a realistic ...
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