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  • Barmm creates peace institute February 9, 2023
    THE Ministry of Public Order and Safety in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (MPOS-Barmm) has launched the Bangsamoro Peace Institute (BPI) to bolster a network of peacebuilders.The launching of BPI was held Saturday, February 4, 2023, in Cotabato City.The institutionalization of BPI will create a network of peacebuilders coming from different backgrounds, who […]
  • 66 ‘Kalasaglahi’ troopers promoted to next higher rank February 9, 2023
    THE Army’s 97th Infantry “Kalasaglahi” Battalion (IB) has promoted 66 enlisted personnel to the next higher rank.Lieutenant Colonel Nolasco Coderos Jr., 97IB commander, led the donning of ranks in a ceremony Monday, February 6, at the headquarters of the battalion in Del Pilar village, Piñan, Zamboanga del Norte.Coderos said the newly promoted enlisted personnel include […]
  • Lacson: The future of 2.9 million learners February 8, 2023
    An excerpt from a message before DepEd officials and personnel:How do you imagine yourself ten or twenty years from now? Well, most of us have already retired from government service, maybe enjoying life as pensioners or some may still take on part-time jobs teaching graduate studies. Whatever the scenario is, I know that you all […]
  • Guiao: PSAU 8th Charter Anniversary February 8, 2023
    The Pampanga State Agricultural University (PSAU) celebrated its 8th Charter Anniversary with the first-ever PSAU Distinguished Alumni Awards Ceremony, held on January 23, 2023, at the Rafael Lazatin Memorial Audio-Visual Center.The event which was organized by the Office of Alumni Relations for Development, aimed to recognize and honor the achievements and contributions of PSAU alumni, […]
  • 8 Kapampangans get free eye surgeries from Capitol February 8, 2023
    City of San Fernando At least eight indigent Kapampangans received free eye surgery from the provincial government of Pampanga.Through the “Alagang Nanay Preventive Healthcare Program,” the beneficiaries were taken to the Green City Medical Center where they received their needed treatments.At least three of the eight patients had cataracts while the other five had pterygium.Vice […]
  • Pampanga LGUS pass financial standards February 8, 2023
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO All local government units (LGUs) in Pampanga has posted a 100 percent passing rate on the Department of the Interior and Local Government’s (DILG) standards for Good Financial Housekeeping (GFH) in 2022.Based on the list released by DILG, the provincial government together with its two component cities and 19 municipalities passed […]
  • CSF hosts road safety seminar February 8, 2023
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO The City Public Order and Safety Coordinating Office (CPOSCO) is hosting a road safety seminar for motorists and pedestrians.The three-day seminar is held from February 7 to 9 with different attendees each day.The first day of training was attended by students and faculty members of Sure Values Inc., while students of […]
  • Palarong Pambansa set February 8, 2023
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO The Department of Education (DepEd) announced on Tuesday that the 2023 Palarong Pambansa is set to resume from July 29 to August 5 in Marikina City.This after the biggest sports gathering of student athletes was forced to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic.In a statement, the DepEd said the division […]
  • Angeles City cited for good financial housekeeping February 8, 2023
    ANGELES CITY The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has cited the Angeles City government for “Good Financial Housekeeping” (GFH) in 2022.The city government here is among the 13 cities all over the country that was cited for the “2022 Good Financial Housekeeping.”The other recipients include City of Balanga; City of Malolos; City of […]
  • Bataaeños get free rides aboard electric vehicles February 8, 2023
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO Commuters in Balanga City in Bataan can now enjoy free rides on February 7, 8 and 10 aboard electric shuttles.This after the provincial government partnered with the Global Electric Transport City Optimized Managed Electric Transport group.The free rides program, according to Governor Jose Enrique Garcia, is part of Capitol's effort to […]

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  • Azurin to ‘steer’ panel reviewing PNP top brass, says Abalos February 1, 2023
    Update MANILA, Philippines — General Rodolfo Azurin Jr., chief of the Philippine National Police and one of the high-ranking officers who filed his courtesy resignation, will head the five-member committee created to do the first layer of examination on the PNP’s top echelon. Interior Secretary Benjamin Abalos Jr. revealed Azurin’s name on Wednesday, as well […]
  • ‘Cinderella’ claims her lost sandal in Baguio office January 31, 2023
    MANILA, Philippines — “Cinderella” has managed to escape the attic and has come to claim her lost sandal. After days of searching, the Baguio City government’s Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) finally found the owner of the missing size 38 sandal, who went to the office herself. READ: Did ‘Cinderella’ take a trip to Baguio and […]
  • Did ‘Cinderella’ take a trip to Baguio and lose her shoe? LGU office launches search for owner January 27, 2023
    MANILA, Philippines — Did Cinderella take a chance, head to Baguio, and dance the night away – only to find her shoe left behind the next day? A shoe was left on the premises of the Baguio City government’s Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) on Monday, January 23, and local authorities are looking for […]
  • Frost continues to cover parts of Mt. Pulag due to cold weather January 26, 2023
    BAGUIO CITY — The summit of Mt. Pulag, Luzon’s highest peak, continued to experience frost early Thursday, Jan. 26. According to Silva Pacliwan, one of Mt. Pulag tour guides, thin sheets of ice covered a grassy area on the mountain around 5:30 a.m. The frost began to appear in the area on Wednesday, blanketing the […]
  • Beware of scammers, fixers during iconic Panagbenga festival – Baguio mayor January 26, 2023
    MANILA, Philippines — Ahead of this year’s much-anticipated Baguio Flower Festival, or “Panagbenga,” Mayor Benjamin Magalong has issued a strong warning against scammers and fixers who are trying to sell spots in the festival’s events. Mayor Magalong has issued a warning through the Baguio City Public Information Office about fraudsters posing as organizers of the […]
  • BSP honors Isabela library, Luzon banks January 23, 2023
    BAGUIO CITY — An Isabela library and various north Luzon banks were declared outstanding stakeholders of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) for helping promote financial literacy during rites held in the summer capital on Monday (Jan. 23). The Cauayan City Public Library was honored for serving as a primary source of financial education and […]
  • Baguio activist seeks cyberlibel retrial January 19, 2023
    BAGUIO CITY — An activist here on Thursday asked for a new trial after being convicted last month in a cyberlibel case filed by a retired police officer over the dismantling of a monument in Kalinga province that was dedicated to Cordillera heroes. Saying a new trial would “temper the severity of a judgment or […]
  • Baguio Botanical Garden to require advance reservation starting January 16 January 13, 2023
    MANILA, Philippines — Advance reservation is now required at the Baguio Botanical Garden beginning January 16, according to a post from the Baguio City Public Information Office (PIO) on Friday. The Baguio PIO said that this was done for a “convenient and enhanced tourist experience”. Up to 10 people are allowed per reservation, with only […]
  • NEA fires execs of Benguet power coop as audit starts January 11, 2023
    BAGUIO CITY — The head of the National Electrification Administration on Wednesday took over the Benguet Electric Cooperative (Beneco), removing the former Palace official, whom the regulator appointed as the cooperative’s general manager, and resolving a year-long leadership standoff. NEA Administrator Antonio Mariano Almeda will act as project supervisor of the utility serving Baguio City […]
  • Women activists seek probe of Baguio cop ‘harassment’ over chalk art event January 10, 2023
    BAGUIO CITY — A group of women activists asked the City Council Monday to investigate a police officer who barred them from participating in the chalk art event on Dec. 4 last year because they were promoting “terrorist” ideas. Imelda Tabiando, spokesperson of the Cordillera chapter of the Justice and Peace Network (Japnet), said a […]