Revival Of Paoay Lake Golf Course To Entice Foreign Tourists

Rehabilitation work on the sports and recreation complex by Paoay Lake in Ilocos Norte is almost finished, including its 77-hectare 18-hole golf course, ready for tourists.

More Eastern Visayas Sites Included In Cruise Tourism

The Department of Tourism announces that more sites in Eastern Visayas are being considered for cruise tourism as interest from cruise ships continues to rise.

Pangasinan Allots PHP200 Million For Town’s Community Projects

The provincial government of Pangasinan has earmarked PHP200 million for development initiatives in Barangay Malico, a key tourism hotspot.

Keisha Paulo Cherishes Overflowing Love In New Single “Akin”

Keisha Paulo's "AKIN" is a testament to the beauty of finding true love.

La Trinidad Wants More Local Farmers To Go Organic

Increasing organic vegetable and food production by five percent each year is the goal for this capital town, catering to the growing number of health enthusiasts.

DTI Urges Public To Help Monitor Prices Of School Supplies

DTI-CAR seeks public help in monitoring school supply costs.
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Northern Samar Earns Presidential Recognition For MSME Support

The Northern Samar provincial government is set to receive recognition at the Presidential Awards for Outstanding MSMEs 2024 in Manila.

Exploring The Ecological Gem Of Surigao: Day-asan Mangrove Forest

Surigao City hosts a hidden gem, inviting nature lovers and eco-tourists to explore its untouched beauty.

Mainland Surigao Del Norte Shifting As Premier Tourist Destination

Plans are underway for the provincial government of Surigao del Norte to develop its towns and Surigao City into top tourism hubs in the Caraga Region.

Personalize Your Style With Korean Color Analysis

Transform your style by finding your personal color through the Korean color analysis.

Antique MSMEs Urged To Innovate To Be Competitive

Antique's acting Governor, Edgar Denosta, highlighted the pivotal role of MSMEs in the economy during the province's MSME Week opening.

Future Filipino Envoys Explore Social Sustainable Solutions In Singapore Forum

Aspiring Filipino diplomats explored key topics at the SSLF 2024 in Singapore.
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At Least 40 More Sites To Sell Rice At PHP29 Per Kilo

In the coming two months, the Department of Agriculture aims to open at least 40 more Kadiwa stores selling rice at PHP29 per kg.

11 Must-Know Family Travel Hacks for Parents

Traveling with kids doesn't have to be chaotic… all the time.

5 Races Around The World That Will Get Your Heart Pumping

The five races are a bit more unorthodox than your typical car or horse racing.

Get Ready To Vibe To The Catchy Music Of “Despicable Me 4,” Now Showing In Cinemas

Experience the magic of animated film music with Heitor Pereira's dynamic compositions for "Despicable Me."

Back-To-School Expenses? Here Are 4 Tipid Tips To Follow

The start of the 2024-2025 school year is set for July 29, with classes ending on April 15, 2025. This adjustment aims to align the academic calendar with longstanding traditions.

Senator Legarda Urges University Of Antique Graduates To Be Agents Of Change

Senator Loren Legarda calls on UA graduates to lead with vision and purpose in their communities.
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VP Sara: 6 DepEd National Events In Cebu Help Boost Recovering Economy

VP Sara Duterte emphasizes DepEd's impact on Cebu's post-pandemic economic resurgence.

DTI Urges Public To Help Monitor Prices Of School Supplies

DTI-CAR seeks public help in monitoring school supply costs.

NEDA, BSP Chiefs Count On DAP To Shape Government Innovation

Secretary Arsenio Balisacan of the National Economic and Development Authority highlighted the crucial role of the Development Academy of the Philippines in driving innovation within government sectors.

5K Patients In Tacloban Benefit From ‘Lab for All’ Services

Over 5,000 Tacloban City residents received free medical care and medications from the DOH's "Lab for All" caravan.

Church Donates PHP2.4 Million Fertilizers To Ilocos Norte Farmers

In a recent initiative, 700 farmers in Ilocos Norte were provided with PHP2.4 million worth of fertilizers and soil ameliorants to support agricultural rehabilitation.
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