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Continue Efforts To Improve Gov’t Services, Duterte Tells PHLPost

President Rodrigo Duterte urged the Philippine Postal Corporation to continue its modernization efforts to ensure the "seamless" delivery of government services even beyond his term.

Lucban Welcomes Back Tourists At Revived Pahiyas Festival

The town of Lucban has revived the iconic Pahiyas Festival in 2022, two years since the pandemic forced most festivals in the Philippines to go virtual.

CebuPac Resumes Int’l Ops Via Cebu In July

Cebu Pacific announced the resumption of its international operations via Cebu beginning this July.

DepEd Exec: YDT, CAT To Mold Youth’s Physical, Mental Resilience

The top education official in Region 7 said he is in favor of reviving two service training programs in high school, saying it will mold the youth’s resiliency towards physical and mental challenges.

Prioritize Education Amid Covid, CEAP Urges Next DepEd Chief

Catholic and private schools in the country are counting on presumptive Vice President Sara Duterte to prioritize the crisis facing the education sector caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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