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Customs credited for strong anti-rice smuggling campaign

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President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. praised the Bureau of Customs’ (BOC) strong stand against smuggling during the successful turnover of P42 million worth of rice to selected government agencies and beneficiaries on Tuesday, September 19, 2023. The President led the distribution of 42,180 sac...

Paranaque mayor inaugurates Camella Homes 3 Multi-Purpose Hall

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Paranaque City - Mayor Eric L. Olivarez graced the inauguration of the Camella Homes 3 Multi-Purpose Hall in Barangay San Isidro on Friday. During the program, Mayor Olivarez led the ribbon-cutting ceremony, marking the official opening of the facility to the public. The mayor emphasized that this ...

PAL cancels 5 international flights 

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Five international flights have been canceled so far on Monday due to inclement weather, the Manila International Airport Authority said in a report by Philippine News Agency. The canceled flights are Philippine Airlines (PR) 334 Manila-Xiamen; PR 335 Xiamen-Manila; Xiamen Airlines (MF) 819/82...

LPG prices rise P70 per cylinder

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Consumers would have to pay more for cooking gas as prices of household liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) increased by more than P70 for a regular 11-kilogram cylinder this month, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. In separate advisories, Petron and Phoenix LPG implemented a PHP6.65 ...

US renews commitment to defense treatry with PH 

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The United States reaffirmed on Wednesday its "ironclad commitment" to its alliance with the Philippines as the two countries mark 72 years since the signing of the Mutual Defense Treaty, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. The MDT, signed in 1951, obligates both sides t...

Caloocan city police station excels at NCRPO's anniversary

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Mayor Along Malapitan extended his heartfelt congratulations to the Caloocan City Police Station (CCPS) for their outstanding achievements during the recently concluded 122nd Police Service Anniversary of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO). CCPS stood out as a shining example among p...

Caloocan bolsters disaster preparedness amidst recent weather challenges

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Caloocan City, in light of recent severe weather conditions and the increased vulnerability of communities to natural disasters, is taking proactive steps to enhance its disaster preparedness. The city, under the leadership of Mayor Along Malapitan, is gearing up for potential calamities by conduct...

Smooth start for 2023 barangay and SK election CoC filing in Muntinlupa

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The filing of Certificate of Candidacy (CoC) for the upcoming 2023 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Elections commenced in Muntinlupa City, with an atmosphere of order and tranquility prevailing at the Comelec Muntinlupa City office. Muntinlupa City Election Officer Atty. Kimberly Joy Alzate-...

Jeepney groups seek P5 increase in minimum jeepney fare 

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Transport groups on Tuesday filed a petition to raise traditional jeepney fares by up to P5 as drivers and operators bear the brunt of skyrocketing pump prices, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. Filed by Pasang Masda, Alliance of Concerned Transport Organization (ACTO), and Alli...

Think-tank concerned energy transition still a low priority for DOE, as budget briefings show

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The sustainability think-tank Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development (CEED), on Friday expressed concern that the budget briefings held by the House of Representatives show that the Department of Energy (DOE) still places a low priority on the country’s transition to renewable energy, des...

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