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Wakeup call

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Wakeup call

  The death of miners due to the Typhoon Ompong-triggered landslides particu­larly in Itogon, Benguet is truly a wakeup call for local and national government agencies, specifically for the Department of Environ­ment and Natural Resources (DENR). A wakeup call only applies to those who are sleeping. It is clear that concerned gov­ernment agencies and their […]

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ON Sept. 21, the San Beda University (SBU) will ob­serve one of the oldest tra­ditions in the academia as it installs the first University Rec­tor-President, Rev. Fr. Aloysius Ma. A. Maranan, OSB, at the Abbey Church of Our Lady of Montserrat in Mendiola, Manila.

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Supply and demand

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IS there an end in sight on the soaring prices of consumer goods that pushed inflation rate to 6.4% in August 2018?

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The internal cleansing of the Philippine National Police (PNP) is undoubtedly the most crucial reform that needs to succeed for the Duterte Administration to succeed in its war against illegal drugs, criminality, and corruption.

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End and means

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End and means

By Dr. Ramon Ricardo A. Roque, CESOI, Diplomate The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) is proposing a mandatory drug testing for students starting those in Grade 4. According to this agency, it is the needed intervention to protect the Filipino youth from illegal drugs. As soon as this proposal was made public by PDEA, many […]

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Sugar label

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Sugar label

PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte is obviously an effective leader. In most, if not all cases, his pronouncements make agencies in the Executive Department act on matters of public concern. While this is positive, the situation also shows that some agencies, at least, do not have the initiative to do what should be done to serve […]

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