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Road Clearing On In Nueva Ecija After ‘Ulysses’ Onslaught

Road clearing operations are in full blast in several towns of this province to remove fallen trees caused by strong winds spawned by Typhoon Ulysses.

Several Roads In CAR Closed Due To Landslide

Heads up, motorists! five roads in three provinces in CAR are closed to traffic as of Wednesday, November 12.

‘Ulysses’ May Delay Power Restoration In Some Parts Of Bicol

The National Electrification Administration said power restoration in some parts of the Bicol region may be delayed due to Typhoon Ulysses.

Floods, Landslides Affect 1.3K Families In Cagayan

Floods and landslides have affected 1,382 families in northern parts of Cagayan due to bad weather caused by Typhoon Ulysses.

Forced Evacuation Starts As C. Luzon Braces For ‘Ulysses’

Pampanga Governor Dennis Pineda said local DRRM councils have begun to evacuate the residents in the coastal villages that are at risk of flooding.

Itogon Appeals For More Food Packs In Locked-Down Areas

The local government of Itogon, Benguet currently needs more food assistance for residents in locked-down villages and sitios affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

DPWH Clears Roads Of Debris, Fallen Trees In Pagudpud

Take note, motorists! Road clearing operations are ongoing in several km in Region 1, including the Manila North Road in Barangay Pancia, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte.

Globe Restores Service In More Albay, CamSur Towns

Thank you, Globe! Globe has fully restored its voice, text, and internet services in Malilipot and Tabaco, Albay as well as in Caramoan, Camarines Sur.

P15-M Fish Hatchery To Rise In Ilocos Norte Town

A P15 million fish hatchery is set to rise in Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte, as part of the efforts to boost food security in the province.

5.6K Senior Citizens In Tarlac City Get Year-End Benefits

MAAGANG PAMASKO! A total of 5,662 senior citizens in Tarlac received on Monday their year-end benefits.

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New York Hiring To Open Opportunities For More Pinoy Nurses

New York’s plan to hire more healthcare workers abroad, including from the Philippines, would provide opportunities for more Filipino nurses, Malacañang said Monday.

PH, Australian Navy Ships Hold Maritime Exercise

Navy ships of the Philippines and Australia over the weekend held maritime exercises aimed at "promoting peace and stability" in the region.

NTF Says 43.9M Vaccine Doses Administered In PH

The Philippines has already administered 43,933,886 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine nationwide, the National Task Force Against Covid-19 reported on Monday.

House, Senate OK Bill Extending Voter Registration For 1 Month

The House of Representatives and the Senate unanimously approved a measure seeking to extend the voter registration deadline for the May 2022 national and local elections for another 30 days.

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.
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