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Goodbye, ‘LaBoracay’

  By CHITO CHAVEZ   Interior and Local officer-in-charge (OIC) Eduardo Año said that only 19,000 tourists may be allowed in Boracay island as the public awaits the re-opening of the world class beach resort on October 26. Boracay Island has been closed since April 26 after various environmental violations were unearthed turning then once […]

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Gawilan bags 3rd Asiad gold

By Brian Yalung The Philippines won four more golds on Friday as the country’s chessers and swimmer Ernie Gawilan dominated their rivals in the 2018 Asian Para Games. The Para Chess team added two more gold medals for the Philippines with Sander Severino ruling the Individual Rapid P1 – Men event. He was also part […]

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Oil companies reduce prices

AS global oil prices softened in last week’s trading, prices at Philip­pine oil pumps will be on rollback starting this weekend by R0.80 per liter for gasoline and R0.60 per liter for diesel.

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More hungry PH families, says survey

MORE Filipino families have expe­rienced involuntary hunger because of lack of food at least once in the past three months, the third quar­ter Social Weather Stations survey has found out.

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Rice supply starts to stabilize

THE Philippines may no longer need an unimpeded rice importa­tion this year which President Du­terte would have wanted as the supply of rice now starts to stabilize ahead of the peak of the harvest season for the country’s main sta­ple food.

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Boracay partially reopens; compliance to be enforced

THE Department of Environment and Natural Resources will strictly enforce the compliance of tourists and establishments with the set of environmental guidelines during the partial reopening of Boracay beginning tomorrow.

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