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Huawei holds career fair to bring bigger, bolder future to new graduates
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Seeking to attract local talent and revitalize the job market, Huawei Philippines kicked off on Tuesday its first virtual campus recruitment this year, themed “A Bigger, Bolder Future,” in partnership with the top universities in Metro Manila. Nearly 500 students...
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A heart for the people
JENNIE P. ARADO April 16, 2021 MORE than a year into the pandemic, medical frontliners had been carrying a great deal of burden. They are the ones who needed to wear uncomfortable personal protective equipment (PPE) while on duty and...
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Day of Valor dedicated to Covid-19 frontliners
RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT April 09, 2021 DAVAO City Acting Mayor Sebastian Duterte dedicated this year’s Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor) to those responding to the Covid-19 pandemic at the frontlines. "As we commemorate this day, let us also...
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No trips yet between Cadiz, Bantayan Island
TERESA D. ELLERA March 19, 2021 TRIPS from Cadiz City to Bantayan Island in Cebu province are still suspended despite the easing of travel protocols. Cadiz City Mayor Salvador Escalante Jr. on Friday, March 19, 2021, said he will not...
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Face shield ordinance implementation March 17
JONATHAN LLANES March 16, 2021 BAGUIO City will start implementing the face shield ordinance starting March 17. Mayor Benjamin Magalong said arrests and penalties will be imposed against violators in accordance with the city ordinance. “We would like to inform...
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Manila City Hall Approves Face-To-Face Clerkship For PLM Medicine Students
 March 5, 2021 AuthorBalikas News Network STUDENTS of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila’s College of Medicine may soon pursue their clinical clerkship at the Ospital ng Maynila to fulfill their requirements for graduation. Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso approved...
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Top stories that mattered in 2020
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 Dec 29, 2020 Romar Miranda A century after the 1918 Spanish Flu, the most recent coronavirus brought the whole world to its knees as it ate more than nine months of the year 2020 spent in home quarantines and social distancing....
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Medical society recommends 2-week city-wide lockdown in Davao City
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT November 16, 2020 A DAVAO City-based medical association is urging Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to place the city under a two-week city-wide lockdown to address the worsening health care situation brought about by the continuous uptrend of...
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Health official says rise in Davao City Covid cases ‘not alarming’
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT November 16, 2020 A DAVAO City-based medical association is urging Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to place the city under a two-week city-wide lockdown to address the worsening health care situation brought about by the continuous uptrend of...
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Mexico Covid-19 cases now at 192
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IAN OCAMPO FLORA November 13, 2020 THE total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico town, Pampanga has now reached 192, according to the November 10 bulletin of the municipal government, which also reported four new confirmed cases. Mexico town...
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