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Cease and desist order issued vs. unregistered Fabunan drug

Cease and desist order issued vs. unregistered Fabunan drug.....»»

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DICT to provide ICT trainings to teachers

DICT to provide ICT trainings to teachers.....»»

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Experience The World While You 'stayhome with Agoda

Even as some countries begin to ease travel restrictions, the Department of Tourism is looking to temper Filipinos’ expectations as limitations are likely to remain for the rest of the year. Thanks to technology, however, you can still explore the globe without leaving home. Online travel platform Agoda put together a handy guide to experience […].....»»

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PROGRESO plus Taxes?

Family breadwinners may be losing sleep as the extensive disruptions bought about by the pandemic forces our society to rethink the way we live and work. Millions of daily wage earners who suddenly lost their only means of livelihood are now struggling to provide basic sustenance to their dependents. Assistance from government and the private sector have been mobilized but cannot be sustained for too long......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: News1 hr. 26 min. ago Related News

Society over self

Addressing elder siblings as “ate” and “kuya” makes clear the importance of family relationships among Filipinos. In fact, one could say that a Filipino is born into a home defined by one’s filial responsibilities, in contrast to the Western emphasis on individuality and personal freedom......»»

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Vague on wave

From January to February until the middle of March, we were quite complacent, basking in the number of cases quite low compared to the rest of humanity. Because that is what our Department of Health told us......»»

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Making roads biker-friendly

It seems the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority had beaten the Department of Transportation to the draw in making major roads in Metro Manila friendlier to bikers......»»

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Corruption: The other pandemic

Immediately after the declaration of a public health emergency nationwide and the subsequent ECQ imposition in the entire Luzon area and related health protocols in Visayas and Mindanao, strains of "Happy Days Are Here Again" were reportedly overheard in the usual corners populated by those who have made a living siphoning government funds to their own pockets or bank accounts, here and abroad. I thought this was much too much. Not under this administration......»»

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Dead end for Duque

Health Secretary Francisco Duque must go. If he won’t go, then his boss, President Rodrigo Duterte, should fire him......»»

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BOC destroys tons of unregistered meds

The Bureau of Customs condemned 2 tons of seized unregistered medicines and meat products at Trece Martires, Cavite......»»

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Government, Facebook to track online child sex fiends

The Department of Justice on Sunday said the government is partnering with Facebook to gather information on several pages on social media websites that are allegedly used to promote sexual exploitation of children online......»»

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Drug price control to cost government P28B

The government stands to lose P28 billion in revenues as a result of price controls on medicine earlier recommended by the Department of Health (DOH)......»»

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Local Roundup: Save OFWs

A committee in the House of Representatives has approved a bill for the implementation of P5 billion worth of projects aimed at alleviating the plight of overseas Filipino workers who were adversely affected by the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic......»»

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Postpone school year& mdash;solon

A house leader on Sunday appealed to the Department of Education (DepEd) to postpone the resumption of classes this year instead of resorting to online instruction......»»

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World Roundup: NYT marks grim milestone

As the United States approached 100,000 coronavirus deaths, The New York Times on Sunday marked the grim milestone with a stark memorial on its front page—one-line obituaries for 1,000 victims......»»

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Oil firms set price hike whopper: P2.30 per liter of diesel

Pump prices could go up this week by as much as P2.30 per liter effective Tuesday to reflect the movement of oil prices in the world market......»»

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& lsquo;New malling normal likely in two years& rsquo;

Filipinos may have to get used to safety protocols such as wearing of masks and practicing social distancing that form part of the new shopping normal for the next two years, the Department of Trade and Industry said Sunday......»»

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Rody s Eidl Fitr call on Muslims: Be living examples of faith

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday declared May 25, 2020 a holiday as he called on Muslim Filipinos to be “living examples” of Islamic faith as the world celebrates Eid’l Fitr while grappling with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic......»»

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& lsquo;Quarantine eased in June& rsquo;

Quarantine restrictions in response to COVID-19 in Metro Manila will most likely be eased again by June 1, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Saturday evening......»»

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Fighting over ‘waves’, is government unified in fighting COVID-19?

Government officials contradicting each other on what wave the country is now facing the COVID-19 pandemic raises concerns from doctors. Is the government unified in its assessment and approach to fight the virus?.....»»

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