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by Priam Nepomuceno on January 18, 2022
BrahMos missiles acquisition boosts PH deterrent capabilities
by Priam Nepomuceno on January 18, 2022
MANILA – The acquisition of the Indian-made BrahMos medium-range ramjet supersonic cruise missiles will greatly enhance the Philippine Navy (PN)'s capabilities to defend the country's vast maritime borders.... Read full article
by Christine Cudis on January 17, 2022
Ex-DA chief sees potential of giant bamboos in global market
by Christine Cudis on January 17, 2022
MANILA – Former Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol said planting “giant bamboos” is a good investment where Filipino farmers can earn good profit.... Read full article
by Filane Mikee Cervantes on January 17, 2022
Bill promoting financial literacy gets House final nod
by Filane Mikee Cervantes on January 17, 2022
MANILA – The House of Representatives on Monday overwhelmingly approved on the third and final reading a measure promoting financial inclusivity and literacy especially to those living in rural and underdeveloped areas to ensure equitable access to f... Read full article
by Ma. Teresa Montemayor on January 17, 2022
CSC to gov't agencies: Look after employees' health
by Ma. Teresa Montemayor on January 17, 2022
MANILA – An official of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) on Monday reminded government agencies to look after their employees’ safety and security amid the prevailing pandemic.... Read full article
by Nanette Guadalquiver on January 17, 2022
Bacolodnons urged to register for vaxxing of kids aged 5 to 11
by Nanette Guadalquiver on January 17, 2022
BACOLOD CITY – The city government here is urging residents to register their children aged 5 to 11 for vaccination against the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).... Read full article
by Catherine Teves on January 17, 2022
Shear line brings rains over E. Visayas, N. Mindanao, Caraga
by Catherine Teves on January 17, 2022
MANILA – There is a rising possibility for flash floods and landslides in the Eastern Visayas, Northern Mindanao, and Caraga, the weather bureau said. ... Read full article
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on January 17, 2022
Active Covid-19 cases in PNP top 4K, most cops asymptomatic
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on January 17, 2022
MANILA – The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Monday said many police officers who have contracted coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) are asymptomatic amid the continuing surge in infections among its ranks.... Read full article
by Ferdinand Patinio on January 17, 2022
DOLE eyes paid quarantine leave for Covid-hit workers
by Ferdinand Patinio on January 17, 2022
MANILA – The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Monday urged private sector employers to come up with an appropriate paid isolation and quarantine leave program for workers to be affected by coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).... Read full article
by Azer Parrocha on January 17, 2022
PRRD signs laws declaring heritage zones in Cebu, Ilocos Sur
by Azer Parrocha on January 17, 2022
MANILA – President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has signed into law two measures declaring heritage zones in the provinces of Cebu and Ilocos Sur.... Read full article
by Raymond Carl Dela Cruz on January 17, 2022
DFA to resume consular ops Jan. 21
by Raymond Carl Dela Cruz on January 17, 2022
MANILA – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will soon reopen several of its consular offices after a temporary suspension brought by a spike in new Covid-19 cases in the National Capital Region (NCR) and other parts of the country.... Read full article
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