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Petron offers cheap diesel

IN lieu of the government’s plan to import Euro-4 diesel, leading Philippine oil industry player Petron Corporation is making an offer to the government that it can sell die­sel to them at a price that will be cheaper by P11 to P17 per liter.

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Israeli firm tapped to search for oil, gas in PH

THE Philippine government has forged a historic agreement with an Israeli company to search for oil and gas in the country to help en­sure the nation’s energy security.

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LTFRB okays P1 increase in bus fare

A DAY after transport regula­tors approved a P2 fare increase on passenger jeepneys, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) granted a provisional fare increase of P1 to commuter buses in Metro Manila.

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St. Clare in semis

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St. Clare in semis

Defending champion St. Clare College and last year’s runner-up De Ocampo Memorial College hurdled their respective quarterfinal opponents to reach the semis in the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NAASCU) Season 18 basketball tournament on Monday.

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Pompeo to meet Saudi king over Khashoggi

  “Rogue killers” could be to blame for the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, US President Donald Trump has said, as his Secretary of State headed to Riyadh in an attempt to find out what happened. Turkish police on Monday searched the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for the first time since Khashoggi, a Saudi […]

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Outcry over White House painting of Trump

  It could be any Republican president’s fantasy: hanging out at a bar with fellow conservative American leaders of years, decades, and even centuries past. For President Donald Trump, that fictional “happy hour” exists, in the form of a painting hanging at the White House that caused a huge uproar on social media when it […]

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