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Nearly 3 Kilometers Of FMR Roads Built Since 2016

More farm-to-market roads were seen constructed during Duterte's administration, this is said to benefit the kind and importance of agricultural and fisheries products in the country.

Korean Bizmen, Tourists Poised To Return To PH Amid New Normal

Businessmen and tourists from South Korea are expected to return to the Philippines under the new normal.

PhilSys ID Registration Opens To Kids Aged 5 And Up

Parents in the province of Ilocos Norte can now enlist their children aged five and up for the Philippine Identification card, the Philippine Statistics Authority said Tuesday.

Over 900K New Voters Are 18 Years Old: Comelec Exec

Over 900,000 new voters who registered for next year's elections are 18 years old, an official of the Commission on Elections said.

591 Camp Crame Health Workers Get Covid-19 Booster Shots

Some medical workers assigned at the Philippine National Police headquarters in Camp Crame received booster shots against the Covid-19 during its rollout on Monday.

DOST Chief Banners DOST Accomplishments During The 2021 Science Week

Department of Science and Technology Secretary Fortunato T. de la Peña presents the notable successes of the Science Department during the opening of the 2021 National Science and Technology Week.

Work Options For Unvaxxed Workers Up To Employers: DOLE

Employees who are still unvaccinated against the Covid-19 have options to be able to work and get paid, an official of the Department of Labor and Employment said.

PNP, NBI, CHED Get P52-M STL Shares From PCSO

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office turned over its mandatory contribution to the Philippine National Police, the National Bureau of Investigation, and the Commission on Higher Education.

NCR Mayors To Decide On New ‘Number-Coding’ Scheme

The Metro Manila Council will make the final decision on the re-implementation of the unified number or color-coding program as vehicular volume is expected to increase this coming holiday.

18 Private Schools Join F2F Classes Pilot Run: DepEd

The Department of Education has confirmed that only 18 out of 20 private schools pushed through with the implementation of limited face-to-face classes on Monday.

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