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How do you solve a problem like Duterte?

How do you solve a problem like Duterte?

by Max Sangil Going eight months in office and the traditional 100 days honeymoon period was long over. Is the Duterte administration deserves the political grace of our people? His cursing. His double speak

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House leaders question STL, ask PCSO to revisit charter

House leaders question STL, ask PCSO to revisit charter

In a hearing called to investigate the proliferation of illegal gambling and the use of small town lottery (STL) as front for illegal gambling, House leaders led by Speaker Pantaleon D. Alvarez asked officials

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DOLE grants P1-M livelihood assistance to displaced workers in South Cotabato

DOLE grants P1-M livelihood assistance to displaced workers in South Cotabato

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has recently granted Association of Displaced and Active Dolefil Employees (ADADE), a workers group in Polomolok, South Cotabato P1 million worth of livelihood assistance to help its

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DENR set to cancel mining agreements

DENR set to cancel mining agreements

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is set to cancel 27 mineral production sharing agreements (MPSAs) in Luzon, 11 MPSAs in the Visayas and 37 MPSAs in Mindanao, or a total of

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Boxing pundits await Bob Arum’s words

Boxing pundits await Bob Arum’s words

Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao has announced he will be fighting his next opponent in the United Arab Emirates, either in Dubai or Abu Dhabi. Pacquiao took to Twitter and ask his fans whom

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Bello calls on employers to give additional compensation to workers

Bello calls on employers to give additional compensation to workers

Labor Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III echoed the call of workers for employers to provide their workers with additional compensation such as night shift differential and overtime pay for work beyond their regular hours.

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Statement of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza on the NPA’s recent activities

Statement of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza on the NPA’s recent activities

We are distressed and extremely disturbed by the recent series of attacks and harassments by alleged New People’s Army (NPA) elements in various areas nationwide. The unilateral ceasefire was precisely set in place to

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Duterte, Widodo eye economic growth with Ro-Ro project

Duterte, Widodo eye economic growth with Ro-Ro project

Philippine President Rodrigo R. Duterte and Indonesian President Joko Widodo will launch the ASEAN Roll on/roll off (Ro-Ro) Project on April 28 to push the economic development of Mindanao and the main Sulawesi Island.

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DOST research on nanotherapeutics bags awards in Japan

DOST research on nanotherapeutics bags awards in Japan

Chitho Feliciano, a senior science research specialist from the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Nuclear Research Institute, recently bagged the De Silva Prize for Best Oral Presentation at the Interdisciplinary Workshop on Science and

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Controversial Duterte on his Seventh Month

Controversial Duterte on his Seventh Month

by Max Sangil On his seventh months in office President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration still deserves the political grace of our people his approval rating in the last survey was 83%. Highest than Noynoy Aquino

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