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2,444 benefit in second Tupad payout
SOME 2,444 identified beneficiaries from the 13 towns of Benguet received Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (Tupad) payouts on Friday, July 24. ACT-CIS Partylist Representative and Benguet caretaker Eric Go Yap, together with Department of Labor Employment (DOLE)-Cordillera Administrative...
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NMMC tests 4 patients negative for Covid-19 on Day 1 of new lab
THE Northern Mindanao Medical Center said on Thursday that its new laboratory has successfully processed Covid-19 swab tests, the first in the region. NMMC spokesperson Dr. Bernard Rocha said among those that were successfully processed were swab tests from four...
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NFSP says sugar, agri sector can hasten economic recovery
“The sugar industry and the whole agriculture sector, present a unique opportunity to speed up the country’s economic recovery amid this pandemic,” Enrique Rojas, National Federation of Sugarcane Planters (NFSP) president, said yesterday. “Given ample government support, the sugar industry...
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CBNC turns over P23.8M financial aid for rice purchase to prov’l government
The amount was part of the agreement between the Province and CBNC where the latter agreed to help in purchasing rice from the National Food Authority (NFA) for distribution to the affected families. Coral Bay Nickel Corporation (CBNC) on Monday...
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PCCI donates medical equipment to fight COVID-19
Also called “aerosol boxes”, the do-it-yourself (DIY) devices whose design was shared by Taiwanese doctor Hsien Yung Lai, were received by Jeremias Alili, chief of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officer (PDRRMO), from PCCI vice president for external affairs...
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Rolling stores planned in barangays districts in city
The city government is planning to come up with rolling stores in the city on top of the provision of food packs to identified residents after the city was placed under community quarantine due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19)....
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Volunteers producing headgear to save lives
A group of Negrenses, who have volunteered to what they hashtagged as the #HeadgearToSaveLives project,have banded together to produce Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect  frontline health personnel in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental from the  coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Initiated...
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DOT upbeat to hit target of 8.2M foreign tourist arrivals in 2019
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The Department of Tourism (DOT) is confident that the country will meet its 8.2-million targeted foreign tourist arrivals by the end of 2019, citing the already high numbers of visitors for the first nine months of the year. “Ang ganda...
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Kaso ng HIV sa Romblon, tumaas ngayong taon
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Bilang pagdiriwang ng World AIDS Day sa kahapon, nauna nang nagsagawa noong Nobyembre 28 ang Department of Health sa pakikipagtulungan ng Provincial Health Office ng isang symposium sa loob ng Romblon State University para ihayag ang kanilang mga adbokasiya para...
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Mga lider-magsasaka ng OccMin, may hiling sa pamahalaan
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SAN JOSE, Occidental Mindoro — Nagsama-sama ang mga lider-magsasaka ng lalawigan sa harapan ng National Food Authority-Nawaco Compound sa bayang ito kamakailan upang manawagan ng tulong sa pamahalaan. Ayon kay Jose Vidal, pinuno ng Committee on Food Staple sa Regional...
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