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Robredo calls for gov’t, public and private sectors cooperation re PUVs modernization

Robredo calls for gov’t, public and private sectors cooperation re PUVs modernization

Vice President Leni Robredo calls the government to discuss ways with the private and public sector regarding the modernization of public utility vehicles (PUVs) en route for the improvement of the country’s transport system.

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Convicted ‘Mayor’ Sanchez to benefit from retroactive GCTA law

Convicted ‘Mayor’ Sanchez to benefit from retroactive GCTA law

Convicted rapist and murderer Antonio Sanchez may get out of Bilibid soon because of a reduced prison term. This was disclosed by Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Tuesday, August 20, adding that the Bureau

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Villar seeks inquiry on disbursement of special fund for rice farmers

Villar seeks inquiry on disbursement of special fund for rice farmers

Senator Cynthia Villar has filed Senate Resolution No. 39 to look into the distribution of the Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (RCEF) following the signing of the Republic Act No. 11203 or the rice tariffication

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Trillanes mulls joining the academe after Senate stint

Trillanes mulls joining the academe after Senate stint

Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, whose term expired on June 30, is now considering taking teaching jobs in two of the countries’ prime universities. Trillanes said he will teach “Public Policy” at the University

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Pacquiao gets no more fight this year

Pacquiao gets no more fight this year

The remaining five months of the year would be boxing-free for Manny Pacquiao. This was revealed by American matchmaker Sean Gibbons, who heads Pacquiao’s MP Promotions. Gibbons however said that retirement is not on

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DILG lauds Marikina City for being free of obstruction

DILG lauds Marikina City for being free of obstruction

Marikina City Mayor Marcelino “Marcy” Teodoro said Tuesday that Sec. Eduardo Año has praised Marikina for being a city that is already free of obstruction. According to Teodoro, the Department of the Interior and

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Latest Pulse Asia survey says majority still trusts Duterte

Latest Pulse Asia survey says majority still trusts Duterte

The latest Pulse Asia survey results showed that President Rodrigo Duterte remain the most trusted and approved top government official in the country. The nationwide survey was conducted last June 24-30 with 1,200 adult

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Isko Moreno plans new slaughterhouse in Manila

Isko Moreno plans new slaughterhouse in Manila

Manila Mayor Isko Moreno recently announced a plan to build a complex to replace the old Vitas slaughterhouse in Tondo. Moreno lamented the filthy and rundown condition of the place as he visited the

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Experts predict slight edge for Pacquiao over Thurman

Experts predict slight edge for Pacquiao over Thurman

An expert group composed of 46 all-time greats, reigning champions and ex-titleholders and trainers has given eight-division champion Senator Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao a slight edge over WBA Welterweight World Champion Keith “One Time” Thurman.

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UPLB top student rallies fellow grads to serve the nation

UPLB top student rallies fellow grads to serve the nation

Helbert Paat, a son of a farmer and native of Cagayan is this year’s lone summa cum laude and tops all graduates of the University of the Philippines-Los Baños (UPLB). In his commencement speech,

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