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Hundred Islands To Host 3 International Cruise Ships

The city tourism office of Hundred Islands confirmed that they would cater to three international cruise ships as pandemic restrictions loosened.

CCC Vows To Raise Disaster Preparedness At National, Local Levels

The Climate Change Commission is putting together several programs to support local and national disaster response.

DOST Grants Bulacan Farmers’ Group Food Processing Equipment

The Department of Science and Technology gave food processing equipment in Bulacan to boost the production of pickled cucumber and chili garlic oil.

DOLE Vows To Upskill Workers As More Investors In PH Seen

The Department of Labor and Employment is bound to create more programs that would develop the skills of Filipino workers to attract more foreign investors nationwide.

PBBM Urges Public To Join DILG Fun Run For Anti-Drug Campaign

President Marcos Jr. motivated Filipinos to be part of the Sunday fun run that was launched to promote the anti-drug campaign.

Japanese Envoy Encourages Filipino Youth To Study Nihongo

Japanese Ambassador Kazuhiko Koshikawa encouraged Filipinos to learn Nihongo to help them easily apply for a scholarship in Japan.

Pasig Village Equips Residents With Life-Saving CPR Training

A barangay in Pasig City has teamed up with a nearby hospital to offer cardiac resuscitation training to ensure that all residents will be prepared to assist in an emergency.

Panagbenga Proof Of Baguio Resilience From Crisis

Baguio showed how they rose from the pandemic crisis, bringing back the face-to-face celebration of the Panagbenga festival over the weekend.

VP Sara Joins Eagles Club, Calls On Members To Partner With Government

Vice President Sara Duterte officially entered as the new member of the Lady Eagles Club in Davao and encouraged local government officials to do the same to promote programs that would help Filipinos.

Pangasinan Mechanic Rekindles Love For Scrap Metal Art

An artist from Pangasinan proved that scraps do not only belong in the trash, as he makes his masterpieces using scrap metals.

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