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House To Realign Intel Funds Of Civilian Agencies To Boost Security

Congress takes decisive action to defend territorial integrity, realigning funds to boost intelligence and security forces in the face of West Philippine Sea threats.

VP Sara To Use OVP Budget In Bringing Meaningful Impact To Filipinos

Vice President Sara Duterte and the Department of Education committed to using a PHP2.395 billion budget to improve Filipino lives through impactful programs and projects nationwide.

PH Hybrid Rice Milestones Impress Asia-Pacific Seed Producers

The Asia-Pacific Seeds Association applauds the Philippines’ achievements in hybrid rice seed production during the field study tour with its impressive collaboration among stakeholders.

PBBM Signs ‘Trabaho Para Sa Bayan Act’ Into Law

President Bongbong Marcos officially signed the “Trabaho Para sa Bayan Act,” addressing job mismatch and providing more work for Filipinos nationwide.

Export Of PH Avocados To South Korea Starts September 30

The Philippine avocados are set to conquer South Korea starting Sept. 30, marking a milestone in the agriculture trade.

Solon: PBBM Won’t Allow Rice Imports Amid Harvest Season

Senator Imee Marcos stands with rice farmers, confident that President Marcos Jr. will protect them from rice importation as harvest season begins.

DOH Chief Presents 8-Point Action Agenda To Commission On Appointments

Health Secretary Teodoro Herbosa presents an ambitious 8-point Action Agenda for the country’s health sector, prioritizing universal healthcare and the welfare of health workers.

PBBM To Visit, Strengthen Ties With Saudi Arabia

President Bongbong Marcos to visit Saudi Arabia, strengthening the strong bond between our nations to bring a brighter future for the country and Filipinos.

Senate Nod On 4 Bills To Boost Economy, Protect Vulnerable Sectors

Senate approves four priority bills to boost the economy and protect vulnerable sectors, paving the way for a brighter future for every Filipino.

DepEd: Teachers, Learners ‘Receptive’ To MATATAG Curriculum

The Department of Education announces the successful pilot implementation of MATATAG K to 10 Curriculum, leading the way for nationwide phased implementation in 2024.