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Passport On Wheels Rolled Out In Vigan

Hundreds of Ilocos Sur residents availed themselves of the mobile passporting services of the Department of Foreign Affairs in partnership with the provincial government.

Almost 3K Urban Farmers In Baguio Register For Gov’t Aid

Almost 3,000 residents engaged in agricultural products have registered with the government's Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture in Baguio.

767 Cops Conferred Order Of Lapu-Lapu For Liberation Of Marawi

Some cops who helped in the liberation of Marawi City during the siege in 2017 were conferred the Order of Lapu-Lapu Rank of Kamagi.

Private Sector Gains Confidence To Reopen Business

The City Tourism Operations Office in Davao said the economic outlook is well on its way to recovery as the city's first five-star Marco Polo hotel has promised to reopen this year.

Over 1K Health Workers In Bicol Receive Covid-19 Compensation

A total of 1,120 health workers in Bicol have received their Covid-19 compensation.

Minimum Wage Workers In Bicol To Get P55 Salary Hike

The Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board in Bicol has granted a wage increase for all sectors.

Nueva Ecija Farmers Get Greenhouses Under Korean Program

The Korea Program on International Agriculture Center in the Philippines has turned over some greenhouses to farmers’ associations in Nueva Ecija.

NIA Completes Bulo Dam Project In Bulacan

The National Irrigation Administration has completed the reconstruction of the Bulo dam, which was destroyed by a flash flood in 2011.

Salary Increase Top Concern For Davao Teachers

Teachers in Davao are appealing for a salary increase, saying they will be more effective at their jobs if they have one less problem to worry about.

Ilocos Norte University Gets Free Wi-Fi

Students and employees of the government-run Mariano Marcos State University can now enjoy faster and more reliable internet access on campus with the "Free Wi-Fi for All" initiative.

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