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#MNCAdvisory: March 2019 Civil Service Exam results out

#MNCAdvisory: March 2019 Civil Service Exam results out

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The Civil Service Commission has released the list of passers and full results of the March 2019 Civil Service Exam - Pen and Paper Test or Professional and Subprofessional levels. The list includes the top 10 examinees for professional and subprofe...

Passage of mandatory ROTC bill praised

Passage of mandatory ROTC bill praised

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Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana on Monday lauded lawmakers for approving on third and final reading House Bill 8961, which calls for mandatory Reserve Officers Training Corps training for senior high school students. “The Department of Nati...

Valenzuela kids to receive Balik Eskwela 2019 packages

Valenzuela kids to receive Balik Eskwela 2019 packages

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The Valenzuela City government is giving free school supplies to all public school students in the city for the upcoming academic year which starts on June 3. The yearly Balik Eskwela initiative is among the myriad projects that comprise Valenzuela ...

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Commonwealth traffic improving, MMDA says

Commonwealth traffic improving, MMDA says

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A week after the closure for demolition of the Tandang Sora flyover in Quezon City, there is already a noticeable improvement in the traffic along Commonwealth Avenue, according to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority.

MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago said they have been receiving good feedback since the closure of the flyover – that travel time of motorists and commuters using the road had been reduced by about 15 minutes.

She speculated that the flyover might have been the cause of heavy traffic along Commonwealth Avenue as motorists tended to avoid the intersection and its traffic lights by going up the flyover, which would be demolished to give way to the construction of the Metro Rail Transit System Line 7.

On Monday, March 4, MMDA Command Center commander Bong Nebrija said the agency had received complaints from drivers and commuters about the adjusted loading and unloading zone near the flyover.

He said the agency would indicate with signs the loading and unloading zones in the area to inform the drivers, adding that a new overpass for pedestrians would also be put up.

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