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I-ACT Sees Fewer Private Vehicles In EDSA Busway After Crackdown

The Inter-Agency Council for Traffic enforces stricter penalties and fines for offenders, which leads to a crackdown on EDSA busway violators.

Two-Story Weaving Center To Rise In Antique Town

Antique to become a weaving hub with its new PHP2 Million Weaving Center in San Remigio aims to revitalize the handloom weaving industry in the Western Visayas region.

Vigan Bag Maker Grows Business From PHP4 Thousand Capital

Widow transforms basic sewing skills into a booming souvenir business, overcoming criticism and competition while supporting her family and community.

Arta Cites Cagayan De Oro Anti-Red Tape Programs

Cagayan de Oro City receives commendation for anti-red tape efforts, set to host Arta Mindanao Summit, intensifying campaign against red tape and corruption.

DTI Eyeing To Create More Affordable ‘Hablon’ Products

The Department of Trade and Industry in Iloilo advocates affordable hablon products and seeks innovations for mass production.

Laguna Highlights Affordable Diet On Nutrition Month

The Laguna provincial government launches the 49th Nutrition Month, emphasizing the importance of affordable and healthy diets for every Filipino.

PH, Thailand Tout ASEAN’s Role In Ensuring Regional Stability

The Philippines and Thailand reinforced the significance of Southeast Asian countries in promoting regional peace and stability while deepening their defense cooperation.

Surigao Del Sur Village Farmers Get PHP30 Million Irrigation Project

The National Irrigation Administration hands over PHP30-million Hamiguitan Small Irrigation Project to farmers, benefiting rice farmers in Surigao del Sur.

Mayor Reiterates ‘Singapore-Like’ Development In Cebu City

Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama sets a goal to transform the city into a Singapore-like development, despite skeptics questioning its feasibility.

DOTr Chief: North-South Commuter Railway To Revive PH Rail Industry

Department of Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista announced that the North-South Commuter Railway system’s opening would mark the revival of the country’s rail sector.

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