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by Marita Moaje on June 7, 2022
P20 per kilo of rice possible under mega farm concept: DAR
by Marita Moaje on June 7, 2022
MANILA – The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) said bringing down the price of rice to around PHP20 per kilo is achievable through its mega farms project.... Read full article
by Kris Crismundo on June 7, 2022
ARTA chief abides by suspension order
by Kris Crismundo on June 7, 2022
MANILA – Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) Director General Jeremiah Belgica said he will follow the suspension order by the Office of the Ombudsman amid the graft complaints against him and four other ARTA off... Read full article
by Lade Jean Kabagani on June 7, 2022
Gov’t, MILF renew mutual commitment for genuine peace process
by Lade Jean Kabagani on June 7, 2022
MANILA – The implementing panels of the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) renewed their mutual commitment to continue pushing for a comprehensive Philippine peace process.... Read full article
by Kris Crismundo on June 7, 2022
Start product registration of Covid-19 vaccines: Concepcion
by Kris Crismundo on June 7, 2022
MANILA – Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion has proposed to start the process of application for certificate of product registration (CPR) for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines as the country will move to the lifting... Read full article
by Benjamin Pulta on June 7, 2022
SC affirms graft conviction of former Iloilo town vice mayor
by Benjamin Pulta on June 7, 2022
MANILA – The Supreme Court (SC) has affirmed the conviction by the Sandiganbayan of a former vice mayor in Iloilo province for graft and falsification in connection with a spurious council resolution passed in 1996 to authorize quarrying.... Read full article
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on June 2, 2022
PNP looking into lapses in security measures, intel gathering
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on June 2, 2022
MANILA – The Philippine National Police (PNP) is looking into possible lapses in the security measures in the wake of four bomb attacks in Mindanao, as police commanders are warned against sloppy work in protecting their areas of responsibility (AORs... Read full article
by Benjamin Pulta on June 1, 2022
SC affirms CTA ruling on tax case of Leyte hotel
by Benjamin Pulta on June 1, 2022
MANILA – The Supreme Court (SC) has affirmed a Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) ruling finding a local firm liable for realty taxes in connection with a government-owned hotel that the firm leased.... Read full article
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on June 1, 2022
DILG mulling sanctions vs. FB e-sabong operators
by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan on June 1, 2022
MANILA – A Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) official on Wednesday said their legal team is studying its next action if illegal e-sabong operations in the Facebook (FB) account Meta continue.... Read full article
by Priam Nepomuceno on June 1, 2022
PH Army boosts cyber defense with USARPAC aid
by Priam Nepomuceno on June 1, 2022
MANILA – The Philippine Army (PA) is beefing up its cybersecurity and defensive capabilities in a five-day Subject Matter Expert Exchange (SMEE) with its counterpart at the US Army in the Pacific (USARPAC).... Read full article
by Raymond Carl Dela Cruz on June 1, 2022
New crew change hub opens in CDO port
by Raymond Carl Dela Cruz on June 1, 2022
MANILA – A new crew change hub housing a one-stop-shop of government services for seafarers has been activated at the Port of Cagayan de Oro on Tuesday.... Read full article
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