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College Student Wins Local Photo And Video Contest, Inspiring Other Photographers

Proving that photography is not dictated by the equipment that you use, a college student clinched first place in a local photo and video contest, winning Php1 million.

PBBM: Bagong Pinas Serbisyo Fair To Bring New Hope, Beginnings

President Marcos Jr. launched the “Bagong Pilipinas Serbisyo Fair,” bringing hope and services to Filipinos nationwide, uniting for progress and unity.

All Is Not Lost: Family Car Found “In Good Hands” With New Owner After 20 Years

Lost and found miraculously, a family car from 2003 was sold and found in good condition after many years, bringing back childhood memories.

Senator Bong Go Tells DSWD To Provide Adequate Support To Balik Probinsya And 4Ps

Senator Bong Go supports vital welfare programs and seeks updates on helping provincial migrants and enhancing the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program program.

Support For PBBM, VP Sara Worth It, Says OFWs In Korea

Vice President Sara Duterte makes time for overseas Filipino workers in South Korea, proving their efforts in the last election were worth it.

Senator Villar Seeks Support For Local Fiber Including Bamboo Fiber

Senator Cynthia Villar champions the use of bamboo in the textile industry, fostering development in the countryside and promoting sustainable fiber sources.

President Marcos Optimistic Early Palay Harvest To Reduce Rice Prices

President Bongbong Marcos was optimistic as the early rice harvest held the promise of lower prices, making rice more affordable for all.

2nd Batch Of Micro Rice Retailers In Negros Oriental Gets Subsidy

The government unit in Negros Oriental assists more than 70 micro rice retailers with PHP15,000 to combat the price cap, providing relief from losses.

80K Ilocos Norte Residents Receive ‘Serbisyo Fair’ Services

Discover the “Kadiwa ng Pangulo” program at the Bagong Pilipinas Serbisyo Fair in Ilocos Norte, offering discounted prices on fresh produce and grocery items.

South Korea Wants Filipino Students Part Of ‘Study Korea 300K’ Program

South Korea’s “Study Korea 300K” program aims to attract foreign students by 2027, providing exciting opportunities for Filipino students to contribute to the country’s economy.

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