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Coron chosen as pilot area for early flood detection system
Moreover, this technology allows government agencies like NDRRMC to send messages to the public without relying to the present conditions...
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Catholic devotees welcome Apostolic Nuncio for 6th Bugsayan
Archbishop Caccia also stated he loved his time in the Philippines since he started to be the ecclesiastical diplomat. Hundreds...
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DOST launches ‘MIMAROPA STARS’ newsletter
The stories emphasize the importance of technology not only in education, environment, and other aspects but also in empowering people...
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BFAR under fire for not filing criminal cases vs suspected illegal fishers
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) is under fire for allegedly failing to file criminal cases against 70 fishermen...
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Palawan artists hold youth creativity exhibit and workshops at SM City
Palawan artists recently held an art exhibit for four of its members at the SM City Puerto Princesa to foster...
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Technology exhibit ongoing at City Coliseum
Undersecretary for regional operations Brenda Nazareth-Manzano said they intend to make the event inspiring to the youth, particularly on technology...
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Palawan still tops MIMAROPA in HIV stats
Regina Villapa, City Health Office (CHO) medical technologist for HIV and Sexually Transmitted Disease (STI), said during the Kapihan sa...
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Danao urged to facilitate distribution of land to long time occupant
Board member Ryan Maminta said Danao can intervene on behalf of the households that have been occupying Lot 742-B, Csd-002102-D,...
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GUINTONG SUHA: A family legacy
October marks the season of “Guintong suha” in the city when the streets of Barangay Irawan would be lined up...
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Six injured in Narra vehicular accident
A police report said the vehicle marked “Leonard” is registered under the name of Eugene Ayod, former vice mayor of...
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LGUs urged to set up anti-squatting committees
In his approved resolution on Tuesday, board member Ryan Maminta said it is significant for Palawan LGUs to create them...
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Palace calls Pacquiao ‘national treasure’ in sports
TUGUEGARAO CITY, Philippines- Congratulating for the senator’s victory, the Malacanang Palace called Manny Pacquiao a “national treasure” on Sunday, November...
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The Inner Sanctum of Ilagan
The welcome arch tells it all. You are about to enter a city dubbed as the Corn Capital of the...
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Solibao and Gangsa serenade New Zealand on Labour Day
The loud but sweet sounds of beating the solibao and gangsa reverberated across the normally serene farms of Karamu, New...
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Share A Toy At SM Store
The SM Store’s Share Movement recently brought the magic of Christmas to the children of the Looc Elementary School as...
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20th Philippine National Immunization Conference Tackles Tragic Burden Of Vaccine Hesitancy
THE World Health Organization (WHO) cited vaccine hesitancy as one of the top ten threats to global health in 2019,...
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Several perish in Apayao due to landslide, vehicular accident
A board member and a policeman in Apayao died in a landslide in Kabugao while 19 individuals perished when the...
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Baguio gets P200 M Safer City plan fund
The city government of Baguio has received from the Office of the President the P200 million fund for its sophisticated...
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2 Baguio students cited for honesty
BAGUIO CITY  – The value of honesty continues to thrive among most Baguio residents, especially students who want to be...
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Bauko opens P30 million farm to market road project
BAUKO, Mountain Province  – The municipal government and the agriculture department recently inaugurated the 6-kilometer Lebao-Kwabeng farm-to-market road in barangay...
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Anomalies in bidding of Kennon project exposed
BAGUIO CITY  – Two contractors exposed the alleged anomalies committed by the members of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC)...
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