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MMDA’s Window Hours For Prov’l Buses Spark Uproar Among Netizens

Netizens and commuters called on to cancel the implementation of window hours for provincial buses, saying it will cause inconvenience to them.

Laoag Public Schools OK’d For Progressive In-Person Classes

All the 39 public schools in Laoag City are now ready to welcome back their students in the progressive expansion of in-person classes.

5 NCR Cities Log Zero New Covid Cases On April 19: OCTA

Five cities in the National Capital Region have logged zero new coronavirus cases on April 19, the OCTA Research Group said.

700K Day Tourists Visit Ilocos Norte On Holy Week

The province of Ilocos Norte welcomed around 700,000 day visitors over the Holy Week, the highest number so far since the start of the pandemic, according to the Ilocos Norte Tourism Office.

DENR Rehabilitates 129K Hectares Of Forest Lands In C. Luzon

More than 129,000 hectares of denuded forest lands and watersheds in Central Luzon have been rehabilitated, thanks to the government's Enhanced National Greening Program.

Veggies Provide CamSur Farmers Reliable Source Of Income

A farmers' group in Camarines Sur is increasingly taking up vegetable farming and is now reaping handsome profits from the venture.

15K Baguio Families To Benefit From Gov’t Housing

Around 15,000 families are expected to benefit from the first socialized housing project in Baguio, with about 270 initial beneficiaries.

DENR, Pasig LGU Partner To Boost Green Spaces, Climate Resilience

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources is striving to further mitigate the effects of climate change by having an agreement with the Pasig government.

Ilocos Norte Partners With Academe For Livelihood Dev’t

The Ilocos Norte government is strengthening its partnership with the state-run Mariano Marcos State University-College of Industrial Technology to provide free livelihood training for interested individuals in the province.

4.5K Fingerlings Released In Dagupan’s River System

Some 4,500 bangus (milkfish), malaga, and other high-value fish have been released into the city’s river system as a thanksgiving activity for the Bangus Festival celebration this year.

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