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Back-to-school crowd

With the opening of the new school year on June 3, several ports around the country have started recording higher volume of passengers this week, like at the Port of Dapa in Siargao as some the island’s student residents travel to Surigao City for enrolment.

Siargao rep says domestic tourists are the main polluters

AS SIARGAO Island gears up as the pilot site of a joint private-public sector sustainable tourism project, its congressional representative flagged that domestic tourists are the ones mainly in need of lessons on environmental awareness and protection.

DPWH says ‘world class’ Siargao bridge to boost tourism

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is booking P337 million for the construction of a "world-class" bridge in Siargao, said to not...

Catch a wave

By Menchu Aquino Sarmiento Movie review Siargao Directed by Paul Soriano THERE ARE several love stories going on among the attractive bunch of young people populating this light...

A guide to this year’s MMFF entries

By Zsarlene B. Chua Reporter Christmas in the Philippines -- known for being long and festive -- is never truly complete without families (the children flush...

Ang Larawan, Siargao, Haunted Forest, Deadma Walking make it into MMFF

DESPITE BEING rejected the first time around when just script submissions were considered, Loy Arcenas’ musical Ang Larawan finally made the cut and has...

Security stepped up as Siargao hosts two surfing events

THE CARAGA Region and Surigao del Norte provincial police, in tandem with the Philippine Army 30th Infantry Battalion, have stepped up security deployment in...

Racing through Siargao

By Zsarlene B. Chua THERE WAS SOMETHING utterly magical about Siargao in Surigao del Norte — and it’s mostly because of the unspoiled beauty of...

Beyond surfing

THE ISLAND of Siargao has become synonymous to surfing, and for good reason. After all, in 2012 this once obscure island in Mindanao’s Pacific...

Five new areas pushed as diving destinations

By Joseph L. Garcia IT’S NOT JUST Coron, anymore, folks -- five new “rising stars” among diving spots were pinpointed by the Department of Tourism...