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DepEd: No Problems Reported In Limited Face-To-Face Classes

The Negros Oriental Department of Education claimed there were no major issues during the first week of limited face-to-face classes in Dumaguete City.

NegOr Expands Coverage Of 2nd Covid-19 Booster Shot

Negros Oriental has started inoculating its second Covid-19 booster shot to frontline and health care workers and senior citizens in the province.

Filipino Gets Prestigious JFK Service Award

The youth program manager of the United States Peace Corps Philippines becomes the first Filipino national to get the prestigious John F. Kennedy Service Award.

Adopt Guidelines On Seniors Discount For Online Buys, Gov’t Urged

The House of Representatives has adopted a resolution requiring all online transactions to follow the standards for applying elderly and disabled discounts.

Go Expects PRRD To Sign Remaining Important Bills

Senator Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go said he expects President Rodrigo Duterte to sign into law the remaining bills seen to improve the lives of Filipinos before the latter ends his term on June 30.

DA’s PRDP Breaks Targets; Gets More Funding From WB, EU

The Department of Agriculture lauds the milestones achieved by the Philippine Rural Development Project amid the pandemic.

Palace: Duterte Fulfilled ‘Change Is Coming’ Slogan

Malacañang believes that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has fulfilled his popular "Change is coming" campaign slogan during his six-year term.

Briones Tackles Impact Of Education On PH Growth In UK Talk

Education Secretary Leonor Briones talked about the equity and resources of basic education in the Philippines during the UK plenary session.

PH Gov’t’s ‘Balancing Act’ Over Pandemic Saved Economy, Lives

Malacañang has shrugged off a report of alleged misinformation by President Rodrigo Duterte during the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

PRRD Mulls Attending Climate Change Forum Before Term Ends

President Rodrigo Duterte plans to spend his remaining time attending climate-related talks.

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