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Gov’t to ratify Paris climate agreement

Gov’t to ratify Paris climate agreement

President Rodrigo Duterte has signed the Paris Agreement on Climate Change signifying the government’s intent to be legally-bound to the accord at the international level. On Wednesday, March 1 the Office of the President

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Don’t Wait for the Earthquake to Decongest Metro Manila

Don’t Wait for the Earthquake to Decongest Metro Manila

by Max Sangil These past two weeks TV news and front page stories were focused on the long time serving Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum. He talks of the impending ‘the big one’. Early on

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Aquino urges LP members to speak up

Aquino urges LP members to speak up

Former President Benigno Aquino III said he was keeping his self-imposed yearlong moratorium on being critical of the current administration. But the ouster of four of his fellow Liberal Party (LP) members from the

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Sarah G back to ‘The Voice’

Sarah G back to ‘The Voice’

Singer Sarah Geronimo will be back to The Voice for the teen’s edition this year after taking a break from The Voice Kids Philippines last season. Sarah will join coaches Bamboo, Sharon Cuneta, and

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Kiana Valenciano, Sam Concepcion now a couple

Kiana Valenciano, Sam Concepcion now a couple

Kiana Valenciano finally admitted her relationship with singer-actor Sam Concepcion. In an interview on ABS-CBN’s comedy talk show Gandang Gabi Vice on Sunday, February 26, she answered in the affirmative when show host Vice

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Binibining Pilipinas 2017 candidates officially announced

Binibining Pilipinas 2017 candidates officially announced

The Binibining Pilipinas pageant has announced the 40 candidates who will be vying for one of the national titles up for grabs at this year’s pageant. This year’s batch include notable girls Angelica Mariel

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Senate ratifies social security agreement with Japan

Senate ratifies social security agreement with Japan

The Philippine Senate has concurred in the ratification of a social security agreement between the Philippines and Japan which sought to protect the social security rights of overseas Filipinos in Japan. Senate President Pro-Tempore

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Power supply gets normal in quake-stricken Surigao

Power supply gets normal in quake-stricken Surigao

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said electric power has been restored in quake-stricken areas in Surigao del Norte. NDRRMC spokesman Romina Marasigan at a press briefing said government authorities continued

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SSS extends help to victims of typhoon Nina

SSS extends help to victims of typhoon Nina

To show that the Social Security System (SSS) cares for its members and pensioners, the pension fund distributed relief goods to 1,000 families from four barangays in Bicol- Magurang, Alnay, Basud and Gabon- which

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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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