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Partnership to increase farm machines’ availability

“[Within this agreement], PhilRice becomes the first agency to be issued a Fairness Opinion Report facilitated by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in Region 3. It’s not an easy task because four technologies were evaluated,” Leidi Mel B. Sicat, OIC Provincial Science and Technology Director in Nueva Ecija, said.

U.S. WW2 vet who built runway for Japanese in Palawan finally...

Dan Crowley was awarded on January 4 with a Prisoner of War (POW) medal and an Army Combat Infantryman Badge (ACIB) and was promoted to sergeant on January 4, according to a U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) news report written by C. Todd Lopez and published on January 6.

Rizal town celebrates 124th Rizal Day

Organized by the Municipality of Rizal and volunteers, every one joined the celebration at the Municipal Hall in Punta Baja.

‘It’s time for constitutional reform’, says federalism center representative

MIMAROPA Center for Federalism and Constitutional Reform regional project officer Armando Golifardo Jr. said in a statement prepared by the Provincial Information Office (PIO) that the responsibility to recommend reforms to the constitution was tasked to the DILG and other government line agencies, including the Inter-Agency Task Force. 

Gobyerno ng Pilipinas, layunin ang maayos na bansa sa pamamagitan ng...

Ayon kay Cpt. Christopher Jorquia ng Philippine Air Force (PAF), dahan-dahan na iniaangat at isinasaayos ang pamamalakad ng gobyerno, at ginagawa ng pangkalahatan ang pakikibaka laban sa kaguluhan at pagkakapit-bisig ng mga ahensya upang mapabilis ang pag-unlad sa kanayunan. 

Palawan to remain wet and windy due to easterlies

Tropical depression Vicky that hit the Palawan landmass midweek is no longer inside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) but remains affecting the remote island municipality of Kalayaan, according to the 4 a.m. weather update of PAG-ASA.

Palawan included in ADB’s scaled up support for the Philippines in...

In a press statement, the ADB said more than 52 percent of the sovereign lending will support transportation projects, such as railways, roads, and bridges. About 12 percent of the financing will help the government expand the public health system through the implementation of the Universal Health Care Act (UHCA).

TD Vicky continues to move west-northwestward to Kalayaan

Strong breeze to near gale conditions will be experienced over the Kalayaan group of islands as Tropical Depression (TD) Vicky continues to move west-northwestward to the West Philippine Sea (WPS) where it is expected to exit the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) Sunday. 

IUCN Red List reports 31 species ‘extinct’, including 17 freshwater fishes...

“The conservation successes in today’s Red List update provide living proof that the world can set, and meet ambitious biodiversity targets. They further highlight the need for real, measurable commitments as we formulate and implement the post-2020 global biodiversity framework,” said too by Dr. Jane Smart, global director of IUCN’s Biodiversity Conservation Group.

Acting U.S. defense secretary turns over P1.4B in military equipment to...

The turnover was part of Miller's meeting with Department of National Defense (DND) Sec. Delfin Lorenzana and Foreign Affairs Sec. Teodoro Locsin Jr. on December 8.

Lionheart plants 10,000 seedlings for ‘Pegluwak Dot Bukid’ in Rizal town

The program, which is part of the company's commitment to the conservation of nature and enriching forests, has planted an estimated 10,000 seedlings throughout the duration of the program.

SSS releases P25.2B for December and 13th month pensions

In a press statement, the SSS said its release was in partnership with the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), other participating banks and other checkless disbursements channels to be credited to pensioners’ bank accounts starting December 1 but not later than December 4, 2020.