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by Christine Cudis on June 19, 2022
Crowd cheers as Sara, PRRD hug at inauguration ceremony
by Christine Cudis on June 19, 2022
DAVAO CITY – The massive crowd that witnessed the inauguration ceremony of Vice-President elect Sara Duterte in Davao City on Sunday erupted in cheers when she tightly embraced her father, President Rodrigo Duterte, after she took her oath of office.... Read full article
by Filane Mikee Cervantes on June 19, 2022
Solons commend, wish VP-elect Sara well on her inauguration
by Filane Mikee Cervantes on June 19, 2022
MANILA – Lawmakers sent warm congratulatory messages to Vice Sara Duterte on her inauguration as the country’s 15th Vice President in Davao City on Sunday.... Read full article
by Che Palicte on June 19, 2022
Sara takes oath as VP, commits to serve nation
by Che Palicte on June 19, 2022
DAVAO CITY – Sara Duterte took her oath as the 15th Vice President of the Philippines before Supreme Court Associate Justice Ramon Paul Hernando at San Pedro Square here on Sunday.... Read full article
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on June 10, 2022
Cebu EO on optional mask wearing void: DILG
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on June 10, 2022
MANILA – Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Eduardo Año on Friday said authorities will continue enforcing mask mandates across the country, stressing that the coronavirus pandemic is not yet over.... Read full article
by Stephanie Sevillano on June 10, 2022
Increased funding, NFA buffer stock to lower rice price: DA
by Stephanie Sevillano on June 10, 2022
MANILA – Higher funding and increasing rice buffer stock will play a significant role in lowering the price of the staple in the country, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said Thursday.... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 10, 2022
US willing to help PH transition to renewables: Sherman
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 10, 2022
MANILA – The United States is ready to support the Philippines in its shift to renewable energy, a ranking State Department official said Thursday.... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 10, 2022
DFA protests return of 100 Chinese vessels to Julian Felipe
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on June 10, 2022
MANILA – Some 100 illegal Chinese vessels had returned to Julian Felipe Reef, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday.... Read full article
by Priam Nepomuceno on June 10, 2022
PH credible defense posture boosted under Duterte admin: DND
by Priam Nepomuceno on June 10, 2022
MANILA – Outgoing Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte has worked hard for the Philippines to attain a credible defense posture to protect its vast maritime territories.... Read full article
by Priam Nepomuceno on June 10, 2022
Army troops train in collapsed structure search, rescue ops
by Priam Nepomuceno on June 10, 2022
MANILA – A 21-member team from the Philippine Army (PA)'s 525th Engineer Combat Battalion trained with counterparts in the Philippine Navy and Bureau of Fire in a collapsed structure search-and-rescue (CSSR) drill last June 9.... Read full article
by Raymond Carl Dela Cruz on June 10, 2022
Phivolcs trains LRT-1 workers on quake damage assessment system
by Raymond Carl Dela Cruz on June 10, 2022
MANILA – Workers at the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) are trained to use the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology’s (Phivolcs) Rapid Earthquake Damage Assessment System (REDAS) to boost the rail service’s disaster preparedness.... Read full article
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