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President Duterte is not keen on removing the scholarship of students who join anti-government rallies as long as they do not start a rebellion or overthrow the government. Duterte made the statement after National Youth Commission chairperson Ronald Cardema said that students joining anti-State protests should lose their scholarships. In an interview with Malacañang reporters after […]

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President Duterte yesterday signed the Universal Health Care Act that seeks to provide health care for all Filipinos. Duterte lauded the passage of the UHC Act in a speech during the ceremonial signing in Malacañang. “By automatically enrolling our citizens into the National Health Insurance Program and expanding PhilHealth coverage to include free medical consultations and laboratory […]

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Miss U Catriona Gray back in PH

For the first time after she won Miss Universe in Bangkok, Thailand in December 2018, an emotional Catriona Gray celebrated her victory with the Filipinos as she bared her goals and dreams beyond pageants. “This is really my first opportunity to celebrate winning Miss Universe with my whole country and the people that I love. […]

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Malacañang is supporting the suggestion of Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año to release the list of narcopoliticians ahead of the 2019 midterm polls in May to allow the electorate to make an informed decision when they cast their vote. In an interview with Palace reporters, presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said that President Duterte […]

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A weak El Niño condition is now established and will likely result to below normal rainfall conditions in different parts of the country in the coming months. Based on the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration’s latest climate monitoring and analyses, the unusually warm sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific […]

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Foreign drug cartels risk decapitation – Duterte

Foreign drug cartels should “lay off” the Philippines or else risk getting decapitated, President Duterte warned last Tuesday amid his relentless crackdown on the narcotics trade. The President issued the kill threat after admitting the country was getting a “double whammy” from two international drug syndicates, the Sinaloa Cartel of Mexico and the Chinese Triad. […]

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