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Nurses With Contracts As Of Aug. 31 Now Allowed To Work Abroad

Previously, only healthcare workers with perfected and signed overseas employment contracts as of March 8, 2020 were allowed for deployment abroad.

Sec. Briones: 24.5M Enrollees ‘Inspire, Encourage’ DepEd

Briones sees the number of enrolled learners for the upcoming school year "is very inspiring and encouraging".

DSWD Distributes 98.6% Of SAP 2 Aid

DSWD's second tranche of the Social Amelioration Program nears completion.

PopCom: At Least 40 Teens Aged 10-14 Give Birth Each Week

According to a PopCom official, around 8 million Filipinos are predicted to be added by the end of 2020.

PH Brands Abroad ‘Lifesaver’ For Filipino Franchise Sector

Philippine franchise brands that expanded outside the country have helped the local franchising sector amid the pandemic.

Spox. Roque: Palace Wants ‘Strict’ Physical Distancing At Manila Bay Shoreline

Here's what the Malacañang has to say following the crowded opening of the Manila Bay:

Marikina Residents Allowed To Visit Cemeteries Starting Oct. 15

Marikina City residents would be allowed to visit their departed loves ones in cemeteries and memorial parks in the city before and after the All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day.

Spox. Roque: Karaoke Ban Up To LGUs

Miss hitting the high notes? Malacañang leaves the decision on allowing karaoke to the LGUs.

Sen. Gatchalian Urges DepEd To Use P4 Billion Under Bayanihan 2 To Invest In Technology

"Sa tulong ng Bayanihan 2, mapapaigting natin ang modernisasyon ng ating mga paaralan, maaabot natin ang mas maraming mag-aaral, at maipagpapatuloy natin ang edukasyon sa ligtas na paraan."

Sen. Pangilinan: Agriculture Is Engine Of Growth During COVID-19 Pandemic

"'Pag mas marami ang tanim, mas mababa ang presyo. Pero volume na yon. At kapag mas mababa ang presyo sa retail, may food for everybody. Food secure na 'yon."

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PLDT Assures Stable Internet Connection During Maintenance Works

PLDT assures its users that their connection would be stable during its emergency maintenance works.

Taguig Inaugurates COVID-19 ‘Mega-Complex’ Facility

Taguig City inaugurates its COVID-19 mega-complex facility which will host the new city-run Molecular Laboratory, the Lakeshore Mega-quarantine facility, and the Lakeshore National Testing Facility.

Palace Believes AFP Not Involved In Fake FB Accounts

Malacañang believes that none of the fake accounts taken down by Facebook are accounts managed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

CA Junks Suit Filed By Customs Exec Accused Of Corruption

The Court of Appeals dismisses for lack of merit a petition filed by Bureau of Customs official Teodoro Jumamil questioning his suspension by the Office of the Ombudsman.

Mayor Labella Releases Video On Protocols Vs. COVID-19

The video features millennial twins singing the song 'Igsuon Ko'!

Bacolod Cops Put Up Food Bank

The BCPO Food Bank currently has 14 sacks of rice, 2 boxes of canned goods, and 4 boxes of instant noodles gathered through donations.

DSWD Starts Release Of P793-M Pension To Soccsksargen Seniors

The DSWD in Soccsksargen has started the release of about PHP793 million in social pension of indigent senior citizens.

PH Displays ‘Int’l Leadership’ For Call To Address Climate Change

The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, an international climate and energy policy group based in the Philippines, lauds the Philippine government for its display of "international leadership" at the 75th United Nations General Assembly.