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Marcos Admin Gets High Approval Ratings In 1st 100 Days In Office

Based on the recent Pulse Asia survey, President Marcos Jr. has received high approval ratings on his handling of national concerns during his first 100 days in office.

Vice President: Learning Mode Options For Schools In November Being Discussed

Vice President and Education Secretary Sara Duterte disclosed that the cabinet is currently discussing the learning mode options for the implementation of the full in-person classes for November.

Philippines Exhibits Famous Vitra Design Museum Furniture Pieces

The iconic Furniture Design from the Vitra Design Museum showcased in their miniature version is exhibited in one of the universities in the country.

Philippine Statistics Authority: Employed Filipinos Up By 478K In August

The Philippine Statistics Authority has recorded an increase of more than 400,000 Filipino individuals who became employed by the month of August.

Villar Shows Full Support For President Marcos’ Build Better More Program

Senator Mark Villar showed his support for President Bongbong Marcos' "Build Better More" program.

Cayetano: PhilHealth Package Benefits Too Low, Need Updating

Senator Alan Cayetano demanded adjustments for the benefits under the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation in relation to high inflation in the country.

United Clark Finally Plays At Home

The Philippine Football League champion United Clark announced that they will play home matches for the next season at the New Clark City Athletic Stadium.

Romualdez Vows To Legislate Laws Promoting Teachers’ Welfare

Speaker Martin Romualdez gave his greetings to Filipino teachers in celebration of the National Teachers’ Day.

POPCOM Bats For More Health Programs For Elderly

A Commission on Population and Development official raised the enhancement concerning health programs for senior citizens.

Teachers Uphold Quality Education Amid Challenges

Despite the obstacles, numerous Filipino teachers still continue to do their job to give children the education that they deserve.

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