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DMW Partners With LGUs For Improved Migrant Workers’ Protection

The Department of Migrant Workers hopes to forge more partnerships with various local government units in the country to help curb illegal recruitment and human trafficking.

No Backlog In Social Pension Payouts For Senior Citizens

DSWD spokesperson Assistant Secretary Romel Lopez made it clear that the distribution of social pension has no backlog.

DA Chief Eyes Marine-Agro-Industrial Estates To Modernize Fisheries

Agriculture Secretary Francisco Tiu Laurel Jr. calls for amendments to the Philippine Fisheries Development Authority charter to expand its function in the development and management of marine and agro-industrial estates nationwide.

Atty. Leila De Lima’s Statement To Investigate Former SOJ Aguirre And Guevarra

Leila de Lima’s pursuit of justice prevails as the Court of Appeals orders the Ombudsman to investigate Aguirre and Guevarra’s questionable actions.

PBBM To Filipinos: Make Christmas A Time For Reflection

President Bongbong Marcos spreads Christmas cheer at Malacañan Palace, urging Filipinos to reflect and connect with loved ones during the festive season.

VP Sara Urges Public To Fully Support Government, Elected Officials

Vice President Sara Duterte urged Filipinos to show continuous support to the newly-elected officials of the government to help them achieve improvement in society.

PBBM: Avail Of Cancer Care Services, Programs

President Bongbong Marcos urges the public to seize the opportunity at a new cancer hospital, revolutionizing cancer care in the Philippines.

OGPinas Bats For Heightened Government Transparency

Three government agencies launched the OGPinas campaign, uniting 300 participants to champion values for transparent, accountable, and engaged governance

PBBM Says SRI For State Workers Depends On ‘Financial Position’

President Marcos Jr. is considering granting service recognition incentives for government personnel, awaiting the fiscal year’s end to assess feasibility.

Senate Allots PHP1.5 Billion For Teachers’ Training Under ‘Matatag’ Program

The Senate approved PHP1.5 billion to train teachers for the “Matatag” K to 10 curriculum, aiming to improve learner performance and produce job-ready citizens.