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In late August, Albay Representative Joey Salceda filed a bill proposing the creation of an independent Department of Disaster Resilience (DDR), which is intended

Inspired by Wow Philippines’ revival program, the Department of Tourism (DOT) recently opened the gates of Intramuros as part of World Tourism Week, attracting

As the country’s energy demand is expected to triple by 2040 in face of dwindling energy reserves, the Department of Energy (DOE) has adopted

Until December 2017, passengers flying between Manila and Guam, who pre-purchase a baggage allowance of 40 kilograms, will get a free additional 25 kilograms. Guam

Often criticized for its turtle-paced rate of case dissolution and clandestine practices, the justice system recently claimed that it has finally adapted new technological

In order to narrow down the broad industrial sector for better focus en route to supporting climate change, the Climate Change Commission (CCC) has

For the first time ever, the Philippines has started to lose in the global outsourcing ratings as the Tholons surveys indicated negative growth for

Exhausting and bumpy land trips may soon be minimized with the introduction of a new airline company that promises utmost passenger comfort, and accessibility

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