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MANILA, Philippines (PNA) – The Armed Forces of the Philippine (AFP) said Saturday it will offer free rides to stranded commuters on Monday during the planned nationwide transport holiday.

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MANILA, Philippines (PNA) — Newly-appointed Customs chief Rufino Biazon vowed to initiate changes in the Bureau of Customs (BOC) to get rid of graft and corruption in the bureau but, at the same time, encourage businesses to thrive. In a press conference in Malacanang after Biazon took his oath of office Friday morning, Biazon said […]

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By Lilybeth G. Ison MANILA, Philippines (PNA) — A lawmaker from Metro Manila has proposed the putting up of a Malaysian-type Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) on EDSA to ease motor vehicle travel and help surrounding communities deal with potential flash flooding. House Deputy Majority Leader and Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo urged the […]

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MANILA, Philippines – Malacanañg said yesterday the high approval and trust rating of President Aquino in the latest Pulse Asia survey shows the public’s stronger faith in the leadership of the Chief Executive. In a statement, Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said that the Aquino administration is aware that the approval and trust rating of the […]

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By Joel C. Atencio MANILA, Philippines (PNA) – Intelligence operatives of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) arrested on Friday morning former military comptroller Maj. Gen. Carlos F. Garcia for violations of the Articles of War as affirmed by a military court. Defense Secretary Voltaire T. Gazmin announced this during the Friday edition of […]

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by Freddie G .Lazaro VIGAN CITY, Philippines (PIA) — Senator Manuel Villar had asked the national government to review its plan to raise fees considering that this is ill-timed in the face of continuous price increases. In a press statement received here, Villar, who is the chairman of the Committee on Economic Affairs, said aside […]

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