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Guv. Manotoc: Ilocos Norte Relaxes Borders To Returning Residents

More families are going to reunite soon as the province of Ilocos Norte relaxes its borders to returning residents following the reopening of tourism to all Luzon residents including those from areas under general community quarantine status.

Mayor Magalong Eyes Easing Tourist Restriction Rules

According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, adjustment in the entry protocols of the tourism bubble, which initially allows residents from the provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte, is being finalized.

Mayor Lim Launches ‘Buy Local’ Campaign Exhibit

Dagupan City strengthens its efforts to support promote locally produced products or services with the launch of "Buy Local" campaign.

Guv. Garcia Cites Lower Daily COVID-19 Tally In Bataan

Garcia reveals that the number of coronavirus infections in Bataan has decreased over the past few days.

Mayor Magalong Receive Support For Reopening Tourism In Baguio

Officials express support to the city government of Baguio for the succesful implementation of protocols in the new normal.

Guv. Pineda Extends All-Out Support For PBA Bubble In Clark

“Kung dito po gagawin sa probinsya po ng Pampanga (ang bubble), asahan niyo po ang pagtutulungan ng province at ng Clark, ni BCDA, president Vince (Dizon) at ibang governors..."

Mayor Magalong Orders Swab Testing Of Couriers As Cases Spike

Baguio City requires employers of courier and logistics services, remittance centers, loading stations, and money handling services to conduct swab tests among their employees.

Guv. Pineda, CDC Ink Land Deal For Hospital Annex In Clark

The Diosdado P. Macapagal Memorial Provincial Hospital Annex will soon rise in the province to provide basic and affordable medical services mainly to employees of this Freeport.

Mayor Magalong Locks Down 34 Barangays Due To COVID-19

Baguio City is placed under lockdown due to the spike of COVID-19 cases.

Mayor Alfredo Launches ‘I-Hub’ For Learners

"i-hub" or internet center aims to cater to its learners under the new normal education system.

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Lorenzana Thanks Australia’s Support To PH COVID-19 Efforts

Department of National Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana thanks the Australian government for its continued support to the country's efforts to contain the COVID-19.

Mayor Treñas: Ilonggos Rejoice Over Mateo’s Miss Universe PH Victory

“The Ilonggo community is truly proud of her achievement. She is an epitome that Iloilo City can truly level-up and rise above challenges during these times.”

Roque: Palace Leaves SEA Games Probe To House Panel

Malacañang is leaving to the discretion of a House of Representatives panel whether it would investigate alleged corruption and irregularities in the use of government funds during the 30th Southeast Asian Games which the Philippines hosted in 2019.

Hontiveros Files Resolution For The ‘World Day Of The Poor’ On Nov. 15

"Ngayong nasa gitna tayo ng krisis, mas marami ang nagugutom at naghihirap. We can't turn a blind eye to them. Now, more than ever, we need to sustain our compassion to help the poor and reach out to them. Bilang lingkod ng bayan, huwag natin silang kalimutan. Huwag natin silang pabayaan at patuloy tayong magsilbi para sa kanila gaya ng ating sinumpaan."

VP Leni, USAID, PBEd Team Up To Provide Training To Unemployed And Out-Of-School Youth

The Office of the Vice President, the United States Agency for International Development, and Philippine Business for Education has launched a P17-million partnership to support free technical-vocational skills and employability training for at least 1,000 unemployed and out-of-school youth in the country.
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