Edwin Espejo Sep 06, 2014
The science manager of the world’s foremost tuna fishing organization said the Philippines is one of the member- countries of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Convention (WCPFC) that is relatively compliant with the conservation measures imposed by the tuna governing body. Dr. Sung Kwon Soh, science manager of WCPFC, made this observation during his
Edwin Espejo Sep 05, 2014
GENERAL SANTOS CITY – A US$2 billion food market in the Middle East is waiting for Philippine producers of fresh and processed tuna, according to Gil Herico, the country’s agriculture attaché to the United Arab Emirates.
Edwin Espejo Sep 04, 2014
General Santos City Mayor Ronnel Rivera, Greenpeace and World Wildlife Forum (WWF) have swapped sharp remarks after the environment groups said it is no longer appropriate to call the city the Tuna Capital of the Philippines.
Edwin Espejo Aug 25, 2014
SARANGANI, Philippines – Luis Liu of Taiwan came from behind to narrowly edge Yoshiki Oka of Japan and capture the individual title in the 1st International Paragliding Accuracy Competition held in Maasami, Sarangani. Liu grabbed the lowest score honors with 38 points over four rounds and was also one of the tournament’s two deadest shots,
Edwin Espejo Aug 21, 2014
It may only be an interim world title. But for 23-year Randy Petalcorin, it will be one giant step towards fulfilling a dream that started 5 years ago when he turned professional and won his pro debut with a 1st round KO over Sherwin McDo Lungay. Randy will go up against Panamanian Walter Tello for
Edwin Espejo Aug 20, 2014
Despite government failure to address policy issues in the mining industry, Sagittarius Mines Inc (SMI) is still hopeful it will get the necessary permits and clearances needed to pursue its stalled Tampakan Copper and Gold Project. It is poised to conduct more rounds of consultations with stakeholders, including obtaining the consent of communities and local