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Cebu governor wants 100-day total ban on pigs, pork products from Luzon

CEBU CITY – Due to the threat of African swine fever (ASF) affecting some areas in Luzon, Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia said she will issue an executive order regulating the total ban of all live hogs, pork and pork related ...

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From senator, Jinggoy Estrada coaches champion San Juan to MPBL victory

Without their full-time coaches, San Juan Knights tapped former senator Jinggoy Estrada to call the shots — at least for one game — and the move paid off. File Without their full-time head coach and other staff, reigning champion San ...

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UST’s Rhenz Abando in awe after receiving 2 pairs of shoes from Thirdy Ravena

UST’s Rhenz Abando shows the sneakers given to him by Ateneo’s Thirdy Ravena after their game in the UAAP Season 82 men’s basketball tournament at Araneta Coliseum. Photo by Bong Lozada/INQUIRER.net MANILA, Philippines—Rhenz Abando practically went from unknown to a ...

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NFA ready to heed Duterte order to buy all rice produce from local farmers

[embedded content] The rising Philippine inflation in 2018 was largely blamed on rice supply issues, a complete turnaround this year as more local farmers express concern where to sell unmilled rice. The National Food Authority is ready to heed President ...

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Duterte orders NFA to buy palay from farmers

MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the National Food Authority (NFA) to buy palay, or unhusked rice, from local farmers to help them cope with the effects of the rice tariffication law. But the President insisted that the ...

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Zara seeks to distance brand from HK protest controversy

People cross a street in a shopping area of the Central business district in Hong Kong, China August 22, 2019. Picture taken August 22, 2019. Thomas Peter, Reuters/File BEIJING – Spanish apparel giant Zara, seeking to avoid becoming embroiled in ...

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Fewer students to benefit from DepEd subsidy program

MANILA (UPDATED/CORRECTED) – The Department of Education (DepEd) has slashed its proposed budget next year for subsidizing poor senior high school students in private schools. In its proposed 2020 budget, the Deped asked for P21.18 billion to fund its voucher ...

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Black box from crashed jet in Calamba retrieved

MANILA- Authorities retrieved Monday the flight data recorder from the small plane that crashed Sunday in Calamba City, Laguna, that killed at least 9 people. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines investigators found the flight recorder, or “black box” in ...

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Bullet shells from Marawi, plastic wastes recycled as UAAP medals, trophies

The official logo of UAAP Season 82. Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News MANILA – As one of the most prestigious collegiate leagues in the country opened a new chapter, UAAP host school Ateneo de Manila University unveiled new medals and trophies ...

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Duterte says to feed coins to government officials who extort from businessmen

BEIJING – President Rodrigo Duterte said Friday he would feed coins to government officials who extort from businessmen. The tough-talking President made the statement Friday as he addressed Chinese investors in a business forum organized by the Department of Trade ...

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