August, 2016

August 30th, 2016Featured Slideshow, NewsGood Earth 0 Comments

THE United Kingdom’s (UK) exit from the European Union is a good opportunity to expand trade relations with other countries, especially the Philippines, said UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to the Philippines Richard Graham, Member of the Parliament. Graham told reporters that if he were to advise UK Prime Minister Teresa May where to explore

STOCKHOLM — More than 300 wild reindeer have been killed by lightning in central Norway. The Norwegian Environment Agency has released eerie images showing a jumble of reindeer carcasses scattered across a small area on the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. The agency said 323 animals were killed, including 70 calves, in the lightning storm Friday, August

August 29th, 2016Dragon Fruit, export, NewsGood Earth 0 Comments

BURGOS, Ilocos Norte — Over a decade since a scaly bright pink fruit that reminded some of a dragon found its way to the Philippines, tons of dragon fruits are now being produced in various parts of the country, giving profitable income and livelihood mostly to Ilocanos in this part of Luzon.On August 26, the

FARMERS can now take full advantage of the onset of technology as mobile apps designed to improve agriculture have been developed by young Filipino information technology experts. The two Android mobile solutions were “FarmHelp” and “Krops,” both will be acquired by the Department of Agriculture (DA) as Secretary Manny Piñol believed that these two major

August 28th, 2016cebu, Featured Slideshow, News, pawikanGood Earth 0 Comments

A 24-INCH sea turtle was found inside a private shipyard in one of the coastal barangays of San Fernando town, southern Cebu. The sea turtle, locally known as “pawikan” and believed to be around 60 to 70 years old, was found stranded in the muddy shores near the Philippine Trigon Shipyard in Sitio Suba, Barangay

August 27th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

Slowly,  the city of Cagayan de Oro has finally found its character when it comes to holding its feast. Rooted from its defined city of Golden Friendship character – Higalaay Festival was crafted. In its month-long activities, it highlights the parade of floats and icons. Floats that go with the times and the icons that […]

PALAWAN cannot be described in a single page. There is so much to see and talk about that I have to depict its beauty piece by piece. Let’s start with Coron, found in the northern part of Palawan.I had the opportunity to explore its exquisite beauty six years back and the memory of its lush

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THERE’S more to the fruits of Davao than just the eating. In fact, choosing which to buy is an art by itself. Here are some tips so that you can go around choosing your choice of fruit like a real Dabawenyo. Read More

August 19th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

After four years in its absence as one of the major festivities in the province of Surigao del Sur, a local organization in the historic town of Cantilan resurrected and rediscovered a traditional cultural celebration known to its inhabitants as Sirong Festival, depicting the people’s resilience amid diversity and conflict. Read more…

August 19th, 2016Feature, Featured Slideshow, NewsGood Earth 0 Comments

The 1000th whale shark has been identified in Philippine waters, making the Philippines the third largest known aggregation of whale sharks in the world and the biggest in South East Asia, according to the online library Wildbook for whale sharks. Whal…

August 19th, 2016Feature, Featured SlideshowGood Earth 0 Comments

WITH only a few flights a week and just small planes flying to this destination, Batanes is probably one of the offbeat yet popular destinations in the country. Plus, the fare can be quite extravagant, unless you hit the jackpot with a good seat sale o…

August 18th, 2016Feature, Featured SlideshowGood Earth 0 Comments

WHAT constitutes a good adventure? Find out. Read More.

August 15th, 2016Feature, Featured Slideshow, NewsGood Earth 0 Comments

CRISTELIE’S family seems content with their life in the marshland. They start the day at 4 in the morning. She and her husband, Jomer, would talk for a while over coffee before Jomer would head out to fish. At 6 a.m., she starts preparing her children, Jomarie and Kristin, for school. (READ MORE)

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