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Monsoon Nimfa

More rains expected this week

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Tropical depression "Nimfa", the southwest monsoon, and a low-pressure area (LPA) are expected to induce rains over parts of the archipelago this week. Nimfa, which moves slowly to northeast, was last seen at 745 kilometers northeast ...

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PCSO donates P1 million to Tondo hospital

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The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) had donated P1 million to the Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center (GABMMC) in Tondo, Manila. PCSO General Manager Royina Garma said the P1-million aid will be used to improve the operations o...

President Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte orders revamp of Bureau of Corrections

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President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered a total revamp of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) to curb corruption within the agency, according to the Philippine News Agency. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo bared this after Duterte appointed for...

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Taguig distributes allowance to scholars

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Taguig Learners' Certificate (TLC) scholars will surely strive harder in their academics with the financial assistance given by the city government in the distribution of the TLC scholarship allowance at Taguig City University Auditorium in Barangay Central Bicutan on September 4, Wednesday. Th...

Tiangco encourages Navotas youth to participate in governance

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Mayor Toby Tiangco encouraged Navoteño youth to have their say on city governance. During the recently-concluded 2019 Navotas Youth Congress, Tiangco said their inputs would help make government services more responsive to their needs. “You know first-hand the realities of the Navote&...

DepEd supports neutral desks for students

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The Department of Education (DepEd) said the neutral school desk law would boost its five-year school furniture replacement program. The DepEd said it has been allocating two left-handed armchairs per set of 45 armchairs or 4 percent of total armchairs for learners in a classroom. “The ...

DepEd supports 'no homework' for students bill

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The Department of Education (DepEd) said it supports the 'no-homework policy' proposed by several congressmen. In a statement, the DepEd said the policy enables learners to find balance between their academic development and personal growth by having ample time for enjoyable activities with...

Pasig mayor gives cash to outstanding graduates

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Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto distributed cash incentives to 110 college students who graduated with honors. Those who graduated summa cum laude received P30,000; magna cum laude, P25,000; and cum laude, P20,000. In a Facebook post, Sotto said he is hoping that the cash incentive will motivate the n...

Nine Valenzuela students get Korean scholarships

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Nine students in Valenzuela City have obtained college scholarships in South Korea. Nine students from St. Bernadette College in Barangay General T. De Leon visited Mayor Rex Gatchalian on August 15 to inform him that they have obtained a full college education scholarship grant and dormitory suppo...

1,500 young Taguigenos join YouthCon 2019

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Over 1,500 young Taguigeno launched the first-ever Taguig Youth Con into a booming success. Young Taguigeños age 13 to 30 filled the Lakeshore Grounds in Barangay Lower Bicutan on August 17 to socialize and learn from bigshots in business, personality development and more. All the departmen...

Navotas celebrates Linggo ng Kabataan

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The Navotas City government celebrated Linggo ng Kabataan on August 12-16, 2019 through a series of activities dedicated to the Navoteño youth. Some 54 students from public and private secondary schools in the city were given the opportunity to stand as city officials and department heads fo...

PUP students decry mandatory drug test

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Students of state-run Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) in Manila protested the mandatory drug testing spearheaded by the university administration and the Philippine National Police on August 15. The Catalyst, the official student publication of PUP, said that with the start of manda...

Muntinlupa conducts seminar on disaster preparedness

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Sumailalim sa pagsasanay ang mga elementary students, teachers, at ilan pang opisyal patungkol sa Disaster Preparedness. Ilan sa mga tinalakay sa programa ay ang Hazard Mapping, Community Risk Assessment, Basic Extraction, at iba pa. Ang pagsasanay ay isinagawa sa pamamagitan ng Muntinlupa City Dis...