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New U.S. gov’t assistance protects Philippine communities from natural disasters
The U.S. Embassy Information Office in the Philippines in a statement said USAID will assist communities in Metro Manila, Northern Samar, and Maguindanao provinces that are highly prone to frequent earthquakes, typhoons, and floods.
EDITORIAL: Fishing season moratorium in the time of Covid
Under the program, commercial fishers are to refrain from catching round scads during the 3-month period which is considered to be their reproduction season. The intention is to allow the fisheries stocks to replenish and ensure its sustainability.
DA to promote rice varieties preferred by consumers
The DA chief made the pitch during a virtual meeting with leaders of farmers’ groups, millers and traders, from major rice-producing provinces.
Mangingisda sa Sofronio Española, hinuli dahil sa dynamite fishing
SOFRONIO ESPAÑOLA, Palawan — Nahaharap sa paglabag sa fisheries code dahil sa pangingisda gamit ang dynamite sa bayan na ito. Kinilala ito na si Riyad...
A holistic approach to addressing IUU fishing
For the longest time, regulators and enforcers have measured their efforts based on the number of violators apprehended, the number of required patrol boats, equipment, training, and other resources they need.
All things Korean at SM
Make your 'oppa hearts' flutter this October! Live your Korean dreams this October as SM Supermalls kicks off its #KFestAtSM2020 campaign featuring all things Korean...
DILG decries Facebook purge of inauthentic accounts, pages
"These pages were private accounts and must enjoy the guarantee of free speech on major issues of social concern under the Philippine Constitution and Philippine laws," DILG Secretary Eduardo Año said in a press statement.
Año goes on self-quarantine
Interior Secretary Eduardo Año on Thursday said he started undergoing self-quarantine after meeting with House appropriations committee chairperson Rep. Eric Yap, who tested positive...
Friends of brain tumor patient seeks public support for her operation
Princess Razel Jovelo, the friend and former classmate of criminology graduate Leselle Joy Buo who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, is appealing for financial help from kind-hearted residents of Puerto Princesa to extend her life.
Tulak ng droga sa Coron, inaresto ng mga pulis
Isang lalaki ang nahuli ng mga awtoridad sa Coron dahil sa pagtutulak ng droga, Huwebes ng nadaling araw. Kinilala ang hinihinalang pusher na si Romeo...
That extra Christmas feel in the city’s favorite ‘pasyalan’
But where to go? What's the best place nearby where you can just pack small things and go and not bother yourself with so much preparation like getting your airline tickets, arranging your accommodations, etc.?
Police probes over P400K-worth of cigarettes stolen from delivery truck
The provincial police office is investigating a suspected theft of over P400,000-worth of cigarettes stolen last month in Narra based on the complaint Sunday...