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The Cabinet

Funding For Martial Law Museum ‘Congress-Introduced,’ DBM Insists

It was Congress that introduced the funding requirement included in the previous national budgets for the establishment of a museum for martial law victims,...

Rodriguez Resigns As Executive Secretary

The Office of the Press Secretary (OPS) reported on Saturday that Executive Secretary Victor Rodriguez has resigned from his role as "primus inter pares"...

DPWH To Fully Rehabilitate Daang Maharlika

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) on Friday assured lawmakers that it would undertake a full rehabilitation of Daang Maharlika in the...

NCR Moderate Risk For Covid-19, Positivity Rate Now At 16.4%: DOH

The National Capital Region (NCR) is back to moderate risk classification for Covid-19 with its positivity rate now at 16.4 percent, a health official...

DOH Logs 852 New Cases Of Omicron Subvariant

The country has detected 852 more cases of the Omicron subvariants of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), the Department of Health (DOH) reported Tuesday. In...

DAR Chief Rushes Inventory Of Gov’t-Owned Lands For CARP

Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Secretary Conrado Estrella III is accelerating the inventory of idle government-owned lands (GOLs) under Executive Order 75 which includes...

DA Warns Farmers, Fishers Vs. Email Spoofing

The Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Credit Policy Council (DA-ACPC) warned farmers and fishers in the country on Friday to be vigilant against "email spoofing" or...

SolGen Asks ICC To Deny Request To Resume ‘Drug War’ Probe

Solicitor General Menardo Guevarra on Thursday said his office has formally asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) to deny the request of the ICC...

DA Budget Hike, Subsidies To Cushion Inflationary Impact

A House leader on Tuesday said the 40-percent increase in the budget of the Department of Agriculture (DA), coupled with the continued targeted subsidies...

Sexual Abuse Allegations Vs. 6 Teachers ‘Very Disturbing’: DepEd

The Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday said authorities are taking the sexual harassment allegations against six teachers in Bacoor, Cavite “very seriously”. In a...

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