Monday, December 29, 2008

News: Caraga has Least Corrupt Officials

Sandiganbayan records showed public officials from the Caraga Region and the Western Visayas are the least corrupt in the country.

From 1979 to 2008 or a period of almost 30 years, only 41 cases were filed before the Sandiganbayan special anti-graft court against government officials from Caraga administrative region, which is composed of the provinces of Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Dinagat Islands, Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur; and the cities of Cabadbaran, Bayugan, Butuan, Surigao and Bislig. Read more...

Sunday, December 28, 2008

News: Dinagat roads to development

Passing through the road of Dinagat Island from Cagdianao to Loreto gives Dinagatnons clues of the island's past and a vivid picture of its current status. It also gives us a glimpse of our future towards development, or perdition.

From the picturesque road of Cagdianao, to the welcome road of Dinagat, to the hilly road of San Jose, to the scenic road of Basilisa, to the Libjo road that dissect Paragua Forest, to the rustic road of Tubajon, and to the historic road of Loreto, Dinagatnons could see indicators of current endeavors towards local development.

New bridges, concreting & repairing of roads, and sprouting of public signboards are almost everywhere. Old roads are having a facelift, while new ones cut across uncharted terrains. It is just a matter of time when these roads will be totally paved with concrete. Read more...

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Christmas Greetings from Here and Abroad!

To all Dinagat-non and Libjo-anon from Here and around the world Merry Christmas and Happy New year to all!

Throughout this year and next year and on these difficult times we wish you all safe and healthy.

We lost connection in Libjo :-( - that is the other thing we want to say. To all our local customers in Libjo we apologies we are temporarily closing our internet service until further notice. Though we will try to make you (LibjoLive! visitors) informed about what's happening in Libjo and around the Island. We hope you will still find this site informative and consider it our community online.

Thank you very much for all your continued support.


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