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Nation’s public schools join health campaign

The Department of Education has decided to do its part about a growing health problem in the country. Secretary of Education Leonor Briones issued a memorandum last March 17 to promote the long-lasting benefits of a healthy diet and improve the eating habits of students, teachers, and personnel of the department.

SENATORS meeting with Malacañang officials in the Presidential-Legislative Liaison Office last Tuesday listed ten priority bills which will be tackled by the chamber when it resumes sessions on May 2 after the Holy Week recess.

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Summer in the Philippines begins in the month of March. Probably because of the summer heat, fires are more likely to start at this time of the year, so March observed as Fire Prevention Month as a way to remind people to be extra careful this month.

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PRESIDENT Duterte met with the Filipino community in Bangkok, Thailand, last Thursday and spoke of his wish that the time will come when Filipinos do not have to leave the country to find work. “Ang dream ko sa Pilipinas – hindi ko na maabot yan pero sisimulan ko – in 10 years hindi na kayo lalabas ng bansa,” he said.

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THE nations of the world have traditionally been ranked according to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) which measures the market value of goods and services produced by a nation in a given year. This year, the United States ranks first in GDP, followed by China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, France, India, Italy, Brazil, and Canada.

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IN about a week, representatives of the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front-Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (NDF-CPP-NPA) will meet again in Oslo, Norway, to resume the peace talks that were abruptly stopped last February, over a disagreement on the NDF demand for the release of some 400 prisoners.

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