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ONE of the latest public concerns that has taken the people's attention in the province in the past number of days is the state of the overcrowded streets and highways we have, and the number of traffic accidents that are reported almost daily in our newspapers.
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THE City of Smiles is now within easy reach of the Dabawenyos anytime of the year, with the launching of Cebu Pacific's Davao-Bacolod route in January, this year.
BAGUIO CITY, Philippines The Supreme Court has cited for contempt an official of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples-Cordillera Administrative Region for issuing a temporary restraining order on the demolition of illegal structures at the Busol watershed in this city.
The Australian Government and The Asia Foundation have doanted 2,000 new books to the schools damaged by Super Typhoon Yolanda in Eastern Visayas to help improve education in the Philippines.
Aimed at encouraging investors to invest, SLAMCI president Valerie N. Pama, during a press briefing at Bistro Rosario on Thursday, said the incentive program will be a good for two-stay vacation or offshore travel in 14 cities in the Philippines and around the world.
A volunteer packs rice inside a Department of Social Welfare and Development warehouse before shipping them out to the devastated provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan in Manila November 8, 2013.
ON A high projection, the Philippines could have two million foreign "ecotourists" and over 12 million domestic ecotourists by 2016, according to the National Ecotourism Strategy and Action Plan.
The Philippines, which often takes the brunt of China's growing assertiveness in the South China Sea, voiced concern Thursday over China's announcement it is increasing to almost USD 132 billion, a 12.2 percent rise over last year, its defense budget for 2014.
A television mini-series from Belgium marked a milestone for Filipinos in Europe after featuring two major characters specifically from the Philippines, complete with bold narratives depicting familiar and plausible experiences of migrants from developing countries.
MANILA The Department of Foreign Affairs said on Wednesday that an undocumented Filipino worker in Japan, who is now paralyzed, needs the help of his relatives from the Philippines.
THE Philippine Bank of Communications has continued to drive its expansion plans as it opens more business centers and ATMs in key cities in the country.
Philippine immigration officials say they have deported an Indonesian who served a decade in prison after being convicted of possessing explosives.
As of its official launch of the eyewear in SM City Cebu last Saturday, the company generated sales of P130,000, an indication the local brand earned the interest of the Cebu market, said Eric Dee Jr., finance director.