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Change and review

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Remember when “change is coming” was president Barack Obama’s battle cry during his presidency? Here, in our corner of the world, the country, like so many other places, it took COVID-19 to lead us to change. The more than 100 days...

Senators welcome signing of anti-terror bill 

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Senators lauded President Rodrigo Duterte for signing into law the anti-terrorism bill despite mounting opposition from various sectors over fears that it could be used to silence government critics and stifle dissent. Senator Panfilo Lacson, author...

Covid-19 cases jump 1,531 on July 3

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 The number of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infections reached 40,336 on July 3, with 1,531 new cases recorded. In its daily Covid-19 bulletin, the Department of Health said that of the 1,531 new cases, 688 were "fresh" or thos...

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Mayor's Permit pahirapan ang pagkuha!

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I don’t recommend people to open businesses in Quezon City for the mere fact that to acquire a simple Mayor’s Permit, one has to shed blood, sweat and tears. Why can you not publish a clear and precise list of requirements on how to acquire the Mayor’s Permit and make this and only this list of requirements be needed to acquire one! Why do people have to spend eight hours to present the requirements that was asked from them and then sent home to get more requirements? Why? Why? Why? For crying out loud, Philippines, move forward!

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Duterte wants 'more prosperous’ country

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President Rodrigo Duterte encouraged Filipinos to help his administration build a “better and more prosperous” Philippines. Duterte made the call on Wednesday ahead of his fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) on July 27. “As w...

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'Fallout' TV series to be shown at Amazon Prime 

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A television series based on popular game franchise "Fallout" is in the works. According to reports, Amazon Studios has licensed the rights to the games and tapped "Westworld" creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy to helm the show...

ABS-CBN workers won’t lose jobs

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The National Telecommunications Commission’s (NTC) orders against ABS-CBN Corp. would not render the workers of the company unemployed. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said ABS-CBN continues to run its other media platforms, even after i...

Taguig lifts lockdown on 2 Bicutan areas 

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Taguig City has lifted the lockdown in two areas in Barangay Lower Bicutan but will put selected communities under Modified Localized Quarantine (MLQ) for 14 days. In an advisory, the Taguig Safe City Task Force said Purok 5 and 6 will no longer be ...

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Basketball practices allowed to resume

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The government has allowed practices and conditioning for basketball and football to resume amid the community quarantine aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19. In a televised briefing on Friday, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said the Inte...

ABS-CBN fails to air some campaign ads of candidates

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ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak said the network was not able to air the political advertisements not only of President Rodrigo Duterte, but also of other candidates from various political parties during the campaign period of the 2016 elect...

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