- Advertisement -

CATEGORY

Luzon

New Access Road In Pangasinan Town Seen To Boost Tourism

The completion of the 1.3-kilometer lane access road leading to San Fabian Beach in Pangasinan is expected to increase tourist arrivals in the place once travel restrictions ease.

Pampanga Distributes More Free Meds To Covid-19 Patients

The provincial government in Pampanga has provided more free packs of medicines and vitamins as emergency aid to patients exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19 in the province.

Covid-19 Reproduction In NCR Drops To 0.99: OCTA

The OCTA Research Group on Thursday said the Covid-19 reproduction number in the National Capital Region continued to show signs of improvement and decreased to 0.99.

1K Workers In Bulacan Get Covid Jabs

An initial 1,000 construction and manufacturing workers in Bulacan were inoculated against Covid-19.

QC Quarantine Facilities Occupancy Rate Shrinks To 51%

Quezon City’s Hope community caring facilities used as quarantine and isolation sites for Covid-19 positive patients are now down to 51.01 percent.

DOLE Program To Benefit Tricycle Drivers In Legazpi City

The Legazpi City government and the Department of Labor and Employment in Bicol have joined efforts to identify tricycle drivers to become beneficiaries of the Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) program funded by the national government.

Cacao Processing Facility Opens In Ilocos Norte

Cacao growers in Ilocos Norte are excited to unveil a new brand of locally processed cacao food products as a shared service facility for cacao processing that is now ready to roll.

Bulakenyos Receive Livelihood Aid From DOLE

The Department of Labor and Employment on Wednesday provided Bulakenyos with livelihood assistance under one of its key programs.

Tricycle Drivers In Legazpi City Receive Cash Aid

Tricycle drivers in Legazpi city have received PHP1,500 each from the city government as part of the support to this vulnerable sector directly affected by the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic.

Ilocos Norte Town Shifts To Cattle Production

As the African swine fever continues to threaten the livelihood of local hog raisers in Ilocos Norte, some residents are now shifting to other livestock production to survive the pandemic.

Latest news

Teachers, Staff In F2F Pilot Schools Must Be Vaxxed: DepEd

Teachers and non-teaching staff of the 120 schools identified for the pilot implementation of face-to-face classes are required to be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19.

Stylish New Starbucks® X Alice + Olivia Collection Arrives In Asia

Time to add these new merch to your Starbucks collection!

Robi And Aya Share Valuable Reasons Why It’s Important To Vote

Robi Domingo and Aya Fernandez shared important reasons and tips on why Filipinos should vote with Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo in a virtual voter education forum.

KVN’s Debut EP “Night Drives” Makes For A Perfect Playlist On The Road

LISTEN: Cruise ship singer-turned-recording artist KVN promises a rollercoaster ride of emotions that represents his musical journey in "Night Drives" his debut EP released under ABS-CBN's Old School Records.

Vice Cried After Hearing The Wish Of Reinanay Weekly Winner

LOOK: Vice Ganda shed tears after hearing the wish of the weekly winner of 'Reina ng Tahanan' last Saturday.
- Advertisement -