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by Philippines News Agency on May 3, 2022
DENR, Parañaque, private sector to rehab Manila Bay
by Philippines News Agency on May 3, 2022
MANILA – Efforts to fast track the rehabilitation of the southern part of Manila Bay are now underway following the sealing of a partnership between the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and Parañaque City.... Read full article
by John Rey Saavedra on April 28, 2022
PRRD says iconic bridge answer to Cebu traffic, boost to economy
by John Rey Saavedra on April 28, 2022
CEBU CITY – President Rodrigo Duterte said the new Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway connecting Cordova town and this capital city that was inaugurated on Wednesday will solve Metro Cebu’s traffic problem and boost regional economic development.... Read full article
by John Rey Saavedra on April 27, 2022
Rescue ops continue as bridge collapses in Bohol
by John Rey Saavedra on April 27, 2022
CEBU CITY – Seven individuals were rescued and more are being hoped to be found alive after the old Loay-Clarin Bridge over Loboc River in the town of Loay, Bohol province collapsed Wednesday afternoon.... Read full article
CEBU CITY – Jobseekers will have a big chance of landing a job as an estimated 10,000 vacancies will be available at the Labor Day job fairs in Cebu and Dumaguete, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)-Region 7 said on Wednesday.... Read full article
by Philippines News Agency on April 25, 2022
Biz owners urged to boost climate change mitigation efforts
by Philippines News Agency on April 25, 2022
MANILA – Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Acting Secretary Jim O. Sampulna has urged businesses to step up efforts in switching to sustainable actions to combat the effects of climate change and environmental destruction in cele... Read full article
by Sarwell Meniano on April 25, 2022
DPWH retrofits flood-prone bridge linking 4 central Leyte towns
by Sarwell Meniano on April 25, 2022
TACLOBAN CITY – The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has completed the retrofitting and strengthening works of Daguitan Bridge in Burauen, Leyte to make it more resistant to flooding.... Read full article
by Annabel Consuelo Petinglay on April 21, 2022
Alert Level 1 status ‘revives’ economy of Antique’s capital
by Annabel Consuelo Petinglay on April 21, 2022
SAN JOSE DE BUENAVISTA, Antique – The economy of Antique’s capital town San Jose de Buenavista is starting to pick up since its de-escalation to Alert Level 1 on April 1.... Read full article
by Liza Agoot on April 21, 2022
Baguio expects at least 50K tourists during summer weekends
by Liza Agoot on April 21, 2022
BAGUIO CITY – The city government is projecting that at least 50,000 to 60,000 tourists will be arriving to spend their weekends in this summer capital.... Read full article
by Nanette Guadalquiver on April 21, 2022
NegOcc’s Mambukal Resort welcomes summer crowd after 2 years
by Nanette Guadalquiver on April 21, 2022
BACOLOD CITY – Some four months after the onslaught of Typhoon Odette, the Mambukal Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary in Murcia, Negros Occidental has reopened anew on Wednesday to accommodate the summer crowd for the first time in two years.... Read full article
by Nanette Guadalquiver on April 20, 2022
NegOcc state college officially becomes university
by Nanette Guadalquiver on April 20, 2022
BACOLOD CITY – The Carlos Hilado Memorial State College (CHMSC) in Negros Occidental is officially a state university after the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) certified its compliance with the requirements for university status.... Read full article
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