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  • Nearly half of all Philippine airports can now handle evening flights

    20 of the country’s 42 airports are capable of handling evening flights, said the Department of Transportation (DOTr). According to Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade, the DOTr is aiming for all airports in the country to soon ...

  • BI will open pre-screening desks for OFWs

    The Bureau of Immigration (BI) will be adopting the suggestion of former Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go to open pre-screening desks in all the country’s international airport terminals. The measure is a ...

  • Foreign tourist arrivals grow by 6.8% in September

    Compared to the same period last year, September 2018 saw a 6.76 percent boost in the number of foreign tourists arriving in the Philippines. At least 512,240 international tourists visited the Philippines last month, bringing the ...

  • Boracay reopens today – parties and pollution are left in the past

    After 6 months of rehabilitation, the popular island of Boracay is once again open to tourists and vacationers starting today, October 26. However, the island, once known as a party destination, will be implementing new policies ...

AFP gives full support to peace initiatives

A statement by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) delivered by AFP public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato clarified that the country’s military forces are fully supportive of all peace initiatives between the Philippine ...

P2 oil price rollback scheduled for November 13

Fuel pump prices will see a rollback of at least P2 per liter for both diesel and gasoline by Tuesday, November 13. Oil firms announced on Monday that diesel prices will be lowered by P2 per ...

Flash downpour of rain floods streets and establishments in Metro Manila

A sudden spell of heavy rainfall hit parts of Metro Manila on Tuesday afternoon, October 2. As a result, several thoroughfares were flooded and rendered impassable. Water levels rose to the point of breach for some ...

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PHL, Mexico to explore free trade, currency accords

Top oficials of the Philippines and Mexico have agreed to explore free trade and currency agreements to further strengthen bilateral ties and facilitate economic transactions between the two countries.   Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and Mexican Ambassador ...
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Philippines

South Cotabato runs campaign against fireworks

The provincial government of South Cotabato recently launched a campaign to discourage the use of firecrackers and fireworks. As the holiday season approaches, the incidence of injury related to fireworks tends to increase –  the campaign aims to ...
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Philippines

OFW-targeting swindler arrested by NAIA operatives

Juvy Zamora, a suspected swindler known for targeting OFWs, has been arrested by members of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Police Intelligence and Investigation Division (PIID). Zamora is the chief suspect in an incident from November 12 ...
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Philippines

PSA: 7 million to receive national ID in first rollout by 2019

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) is preparing to for the initial roll out of the new national ID system. By 2019, some 7 million Filipinos, most of whom are beneficiaries of government cash transfer programs and indigenous peoples ...
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Peace Philippines

AFP gives full support to peace initiatives

A statement by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) delivered by AFP public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato clarified that the country’s military forces are fully supportive of all peace initiatives between the Philippine government and ...
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Philippines

BI to deport 9 illegal Chinese nationals

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) recently arrested 9 Chinese nationals for violating immigration laws and working in the country without the proper documentation and permits. The suspects were caught in the act of selling retail goods to the ...
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Sports

10-year old Filipino-American beats Michael Phelps by 1 second

J.L. Dabaw August 4, 2018
Something’s in the name because a wonder kid named Clark Kent, which is Superman’s alterego in case you somehow didn’t know, just ...

Travel

Nearly half of all Philippine airports can now handle evening flights

J.L. Dabaw 12 days ago
20 of the country’s 42 airports are capable of handling evening flights, said the Department of Transportation (DOTr). According to Transportation Secretary ...

Food

DA opens TienDA Malasakit centers to bring cheaper produce to Metro Manila

J.L. Dabaw September 22, 2018
The Department of Agriculture (DA) on Friday revealed its plans to  introduce lower-priced locally-grown agricultural produce to the Metro Manila market in ...