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Mayor Rafael Warns Of Landslide As ‘Carina’ Turns Northwest

Motorists passing through the coastal town of Pagudpud in the northernmost part of the province are advised to take precautionary measures as 'Carina may trigger landslide and flash flood in low lying areas.

PNP-3 Launches ‘Disiplina Muna’ Advocacy Drive

'Disiplina Muna' aims to encourage all local government units (LGUs) to empower their respective communities in terms of participation.

Cagayan Valley Farmers Calls ‘Carina’ A Blessing

Tinawag na "blessing" ng mga magsasaka sa Cagayan Valley ang Bagyong Carina.

Mayor Enrico: 26K ‘Waitlisted’ Bulakenyos Start Getting 2nd Tranche Of SAP

Nearly 26,000 waitlisted or left out beneficiaries in the first tranche of the social amelioration program (SAP) in Bulacan started to receive cash assistance amounting to PHP6,500 each.

Ilocos Norte Town’s ‘Slash And Burn’ Practice Alarms DENR

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) office in Ilocos Norte expressed alarm on the rampant practice of "slash and burn" in this eco-tourism destination of the north.

Palao-ay: 66% Of Cordillera Learners Enrolled For SY 2020-2021

Mahigit kalahati sa inaasahang mag-aaral ng Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) ang enrolled na para sa nalalapit na pasukan.

DA Gives Aid To 970 Farmers In Pangasinan Town

In a Facebook post, the Lingayen Information Office (MIO) said the cash aid was provided under the Rice Farmers Financial Assistance (RFFA) program of the DA.

Eda: Another Satellite Communications System Is Installed In Laoag School

Another rural school in Laoag has been installed with a very small aperture terminal (VSAT) satellite communications system meant to boost internet connectivity the city.

Benguet Farmers See Better Yield With New Potato Variety

Potato farmers in northern Benguet are expected to plant more of potato varieties from Canada after a bountiful harvest during their first trial.

Guv. Fernando: Over 3K Bulakenyo Students Get Financial Aid

Around 3,314 poor but deserving students in Bulacan have received financial assistance from the provincial government under its "Tulong Pang-Edukasyon para sa Kabataang Bulakenyo" program.

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Naya Rivera’s Body Found On 7th Death Anniversary Of Cory Monteith

Naya Rivera's body was found 6 days after she was announced missing and presumed dead.

Tahong Vendor Returns Check Worth P15 Million To Rightful Owner

Finding something worth PHP15 million on the street is a highly tempting situation. Luckily, Marlon Tanael is an inherently good person who returned the check!

Metro Manila Hospitals Reach Full Capacity

These prominent hospitals have reached maximum capacity this week.

Mayor Evelio: Bacolod City, DOH Open 1st Hospital-Based Level 3 Biolab In PH

The City of Bacolod has partnered with the Department of Health (DOH) in establishing the first hospital-based Level 3 testing laboratory in the country.

Mayor Jun: Northern Samar Buys COVID-19 Test Kits

“Having our own supply of test kits will allow us to examine more suspected carriers of COVID-19, especially the locally stranded individuals who will be returning home."

Guv. Ongchuan Accepts LSIs Despite Appeal To Extend Ban

“We will allow documented locally stranded individuals to enter and return to our province. They just have to coordinate with their respective local government units.”

Cayetano: ABS-CBN Owners To Blame For Network’s Demise

“It wasn’t the government who shut ABS-CBN down, rather it was their owners’ playing fast and loose with our laws in the past decades, that made the shutdown inevitable.”

Monreal: COVID-19 Positive Workers At NAIA Now 32

As of July 14, NAIA has recorded 32 COVID-19 cases among its staff, including 10 recoveries.