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CoA names richest city, province, town

Quezon City, Cebu, and Cainta, Rizal have been identified by the Commission on Audit as the country’s wealthiest city, province, and municipality for the second consecutive year.

AFP, Senate eye 2nd wins

Two-time champion Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Senate try forge a three-way for Group A lead when they battle separate rivals tomorrow in the 6th UNTV Cup at the Pasig City Sports Center.

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The Commission on Audit has aired serious concern over security lapses at the supposedly well-protected Malacañang following a number of incidents of theft in one of the agencies directly under the Office of the President.

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Unfair treatment?

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The Commission on Audit (CoA) has accused the Camarines Norte provincial government of unfairly treating taxpayers by imposing penalties and other surcharges that were computed erroneously.

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A former Bulacan provincial official has asked the Commission on Audit (CoA) to conduct a special audit of the reportedly misspent calamity fund expenditures of the province. In a letter to CoA Chairwoman Maria Gracia Pulido Tan, former board member Teofilo Rivera said the appeal for the conduct of a special audit was triggered by calls from various local and barangay groups that received reports of irregularities in the expenditures.

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Manila, Philippines – The Commission on Audit (CoA) has directed the National Police Commission to end its contract with gasoline stations that have been charging “evaporation fees” for petroleum products sold to the agency. Describing the deal as “irregular and disadvantageous to the government”, CoA said Napolcom paid over P845,000 to two gasoline stations that […]

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