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Students may be able to get loans for their expenses soon!

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College students who lack financial support may soon be able to get a loan from private banks or government institutions to pay for their...

De Lima named one of the “Sheroes of 2019” by Canadian...

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Senator Leila de Lima was named one of the “Sheroes of 2019” for the fourth time for defying the President Rodrigo Duterte administration’s drug...

PH intensifies monitoring of travelers from China amid mysterious pneumonia

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The Philippine government has intensified its surveillance of all travelers coming to the country after hospitals in Hong Kong raised alert level to “serious”...

AFP prepares for possible evacuation of OFWs in Middle East

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With the rising tensions between the United States and Iran, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is preparing for the possible repatriation of...

Colleges, universities developing new anti-corruption topics with CHED

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The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has collaborated with various college and university stakeholders nationwide to develop new subjects about anti-corruption, aiming to produce...

Court lays down Maguindanao massacre verdict, declares Ampatuans guilty

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Ten years after the brutal Maguindanao massacre on November 23, 2009, the case verdict has finally been laid down. Quezon City Regional Trial Court with...

Storm brewing off Pacific Ocean moves closer to PH as Christmas...

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As Christmas approaches, a low pressure area  (LPA) or brewing storm at the Pacific Ocean is moving closer and may hit the country by...

Families of Maguindanao massacre victims could receive P20M each

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If the accused will be found guilty today, prosecution lawyers said Wednesday, December 18, that each family of Ampatuan massacre victims could receive as...

PH to reduce deployment of OFWs to Saudi Arabia

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The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) announced on Monday that it was setting to scale down the deployment of new hires to Saudi...

Grab fined P16M for overpricing, ride cancellations

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The country's antitrust body, Philippine Competition Commission (PCC), on Wednesday has fined P16.15 million on Grab Philippines for overpricing and cancellation of customers’ rides.  The...
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