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Visayas

Leyte Begins Countdown To 500th Anniversary Of PH 1st Mass

The Roman Catholic Church Diocese of Maasin in Southern Leyte has started on Sunday the 500 days countdown to the 500th anniversary of the...

DOT, LGUs Identify 4 Major Projects For Siargao Island

Four major priority investment projects have been identified by the Department of Tourism (DOT) 13 (Caraga) and the local government units (LGUs) of Surigao...

DTI Trade Fair Highlights W. Visayas Heritage Products

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and 160 exhibitors of the 2019 “Panubli-on” are looking forward to generating some PHP10 million from the...

PCG-NegOr Sends 8 Tons Of Relief Aid To Quake Victims

The Philippine Coast Guard in Negros Oriental based in this city on Thursday sent more than eight tons of assorted relief items for victims...

AFP Commits All Resources Vs. Reds In Borongan Attack

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) assured it will commit all of its resources in going after communist rebels behind the anti-personnel mine...

Antique Mulls P1-M Aid To N. Cotabato Quake Victims

The province of Antique has allotted PHP1 million as financial aid to quake victims in North Cotabato. The Antique Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management...

NFA-NegOcc Needs More Warehouses As Palay Buying Surges

The National Food Authority (NFA) is looking for additional warehouses in Negros Occidental as its palay (unhusked rice) procurement is expected to increase further...

Cebu City Acquires 21 More Garbage Trucks

Mayor Edgard Labella said garbage collection is expected to improve after 21 trucks were added to its existing fleet of 11 vehicles used for...

Albay To Prune 8K Trees As Anti-Disaster Measure

Some 8,000 trees along national and provincial roads are to be pruned as a disaster preparedness measure in anticipation of stormy weather that could...

PCG-Dumaguete Sends Aid To Mindanao Quake Victims

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Dumaguete Station, headed by Lt. Cmdr. Jansen Benjamin, has sent more than a ton of relief goods to the...

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