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Local News

Restart Of Peace Talks PBBM’s ‘Brave’ Move To Attain Peaceful Nation

President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.’s decision to resume peace talks with the National Democratic Front reflects his openness to address the grievances of communist rebels.

Bill Allowing Use Of Excess GOCC Funds For 2023 Budget Ok’d

The House of Representatives passes the third and final reading of a measure enabling government access to excess funds from government-owned and controlled corporations for unprogrammed appropriations in the 2023 budget.

President Marcos Bullish On Success Of Local Climate Adaptation Projects

President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. reassures local government units of ongoing support for their climate adaptation projects.

Government Adopts Science-Based Farming To Reduce Importation

National government embraces cutting-edge agricultural technologies to enhance rice production across the country.

PBBM To Attend COP28; Likely Hold ‘Dozen’ Bilateral Meetings

President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. will leave Manila on Thursday to attend the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Dubai.

House Panel Oks Bill Protecting Minor Children Of OFWs

The House Committee on Overseas Worker Affairs greenlights unnumbered substitute bill, aiming to establish a temporary guardianship system ensuring the safety and well-being of children in the absence of their OFW parents.

6 Of 10 Adopted Resolutions For Approval Of 31st APPF Drafting Panel

The six resolutions that were discussed during the meeting for the Drafting Committee’s final approval revolve around pressing matters across the Asia-Pacific region.

PH Breaches Target, Records Over 4.82M Foreign Arrivals

The Philippines has recorded more than 4.82 million foreign visitor arrivals, breaching its target even before the year ends.

PBBM Likely To Sign Proposed 2024 Budget Before Japan Trip

President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. is expected to sign the proposed 2024 General Appropriations Act before he travels to Japan next month.

Construction Industry To Support Economic Growth

Despite a notable downturn in the construction industry during the peak of the pandemic, the Department of Trade and Industry remains hopeful for the continued growth of the country’s construction sector.