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CAVITEX C5 link toll rate to increase November 27

The CAVITEX C5 Link will be subject to the following provisional toll rate, with prices starting at P35.00 for Class 1 motorists, P69.00 for Class 2 motorists, and P104.00 for Class 3 motorists. This will take effect at 1201 a.m. on Sunday, November 27. #In60words

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These 2 local bars offer cocktail menu for a real

Like any other successful film franchise, Star Trek has also stood the test of time, thanks to its in-depth storyline and loyal fans. Following the season 4 premiere of Star Trek Discovery in the Philippines, Filipino fans of the American television series can try beverages inspired by their favorite Star Trek characters. #In60words

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Sen. Go leads opening of 153rd Malasakit Center

Senator Christopher Bong Go spearheaded the launch of the 153rd Malasakit Center in the country on Thursday, Nov. 24, at the Overseas Filipino Workers Hospital and Diagnostic Center in San Fernando City, Pampanga.

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PH budget deficit reached nearly P100 billion in October 2022

The Bureau of the Treasury reports that the Governments budget deficit in October 2022 surged to P99.1 billion, nearly P100 billion, equivalent to 54.08% or P34.8 billion higher than P64.3 billion last year.

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US committed to asserting PH maritime rights VP Harris

United States Vice President Kamala Harris met with Philippine Coast Guard on Tuesday, declaring that we back the Philippines in asserting their maritime rights amid the territorial dispute in the West Philippine Sea.

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Drug bust yields P12M shabu in Cebu City

After a buy-bust operation carried out by the operatives of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) on Tuesday dawn (November 22, 2022), two accused high-value drug suspects were found to have about P12 million worth of methamphetamine hydrochloride (shabu).

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AIMs Executive MBA imparts real-world learning for real-time challenges

The growing challenges posed by todays rapidly evolving business landscape make it imperative for business leaders and executives to upskill themselves if they and their organizations are to remain relevant and successful.

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Marcos to send note verbale to China over contrasting reports

Following the recommendation of National Security Adviser Secretary Clarita Carlos, President Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos said on Tuesday that he plans to send a note verbale to China after contrasting reports from Chinese Embassy and Philippine military regarding Pag-asa Island incident.

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Davao City will launch Mindanaos first cashless payment, QR codes

On November 23, the Davao City Government will introduce the PalengQR PH, or cashless payment system, in collaboration with the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Department of the Interior Local Government (DILG).

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No fare hike until end of 2022 DOTr

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) ensures that there will be no other round of fare hikes until the end of 2022. Ngayong holiday season, mas mabuting hindi muna tayo magtaas ng pamsahe para madagdagan naman yung pang-shopping ng ating mga pasahero, DOTr Secretary Jaime Bautista told reporters.

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P15.6B worth of COVID-19 vaccine doses wasted DOH

Over 31 million COVID-19 vaccine shots were wasted, with 24 million expiring due to their short shelf life, the Department of Health (DOH) officer-in-charge Maria Rosario Vergeire said Monday. The COVID-19 shots that were not used cost P15.6 billion. #In60words

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ITCZ, Shearline prevailing over Ph

The Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is affecting Palawan, Visayas, and Mindanao. Meanwhile the Shearline is affecting the eastern section of Southern Luzon. The ITCZ and the Shearline will bring cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms over Bicol Region, Palawan, Quezon, Aurora, Isabela, and Cagayan. Metro Manila and the rest of the country will have localized thunderstorms in the afternoon o...

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CSC to gov't workers 'No gift policy' these holidays

As the holiday season draws near, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) reminded all government workers about the no gift policy. The three laws Presidential Decree No. 46, and Republic Acts 6713 and 3019, according to CSC Commissioner Aileen Lizada, forbid any government employee from accepting or being asked for favors from the general public. #In60words...

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Over 12K Pinoy nurses take US licensure exam from Jan-Sept

Quezon City Rep. Marvin Rillo, who is also the Vice-Chairman of the House committee on higher and technical education, confirmed on Sunday that a total of 12,399 nursing graduates from the Philippines took the U.S. licensure examination for the first time from January to September of this year to practice their profession in the United States. #In60words...

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Making the holiday celebrations more festive with San-Yang Home

Christmas shopping meets glow-up goals in your residence or vacation haven at San-Yang Home. Now that its more typical for us to have Christmas gatherings and parties with bigger groups, updating your home with versatile furniture from San-Yang Home is always a good idea. #In60words

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