Centenarian in Pagbilao, Quezon Receives P100,000 Cash Gift


Centenarian in Pagbilao, Quezon Receives P100, 000 Cash Gift From Government CENTENARIAN CASH GIFT – A centenarian in Pagbilao, Quezon received a P100,000 cash gift from the local government. Centenarians are extraordinary individuals who have lived for 100 years or more, marking a great milestone in their lives. These remarkable individuals have witnessed a century’s … Read more

Romnick Sarmenta on Confidential Funds: “Patagong pag gastos, hindi kayo inuuna”

Romnick Sarmenta Throws Tirade Against Confidential Funds Actor Romnick Sarmenta throws a tirade against confidential funds claiming that people’s contributions are being misused. The actor, who is outspoken against the government’s alleged wrongdoings, discusses confidential funding on Twitter. The winner of “Best Actor” at the first Summer Metro Manila Film Festival expressed his displeasure with … Read more

Group Appeals for P33k Minimum Salary for Gov’t Employees

Courage Group Requests to Make the Minimum Salary of Gov’t Employees P33k A group appealed to the government for a P33k minimum salary for all employees working in government bodies. To raise the nation’s minimum wage, the Confederation for Unity, Recognition, and Advancement of Government Employees (Courage) petitioned the government. Santiago Dasmarias, the president of … Read more

Marawi Siege Victims Refuse to Live in ‘Substandard Gov’t Housing

Marawi Siege Victims Rejects Gov’t Free Housing for Allegedly Being Substandard Some victims of the Marawi Siege allegedly refused to live in the free housing of the government for being ‘substandard’. The government free housing for some Marawi City inhabitants who lost their homes in the battle that occurred in 2017. According to Gov. Mamintal … Read more

Leni Robredo Slams Government Over Lack of Actions vs Fake News

Leni Robredo Criticize the Lack of Actions of the Government Against Fake News Presidential aspirant and Vice President Leni Robredo has slammed the government over its lack of actions against fake news. In a radio broadcast, Robredo chastised the administration for failing to take action against the perpetrators of fake news. In the midst of … Read more

Residents Flock to Olongapo City Center Over Limitations to Unvac People

Residents Flock to Olongapo City Vaccine Center Following Government’s Order Several residents flock to Olongapo City vaccination center following the government’s order on limitations for unvaccinated people. Huge crowds were spotted at vaccination stations in Olongapo City, according to a video broadcast by GMA’s State of the Nation show, to obtain their vaccine injection against … Read more

Properties Linked to Late Marcos Ordered to Be Transfer to Gov’t

Businessman Ordered to Transfer the Properties Linked to Late Marcos to Gov’t Sandiganbayan ordered a businessman to transfer the properties linked to the late Ferdinand Marcos to the Philippine government. Several properties listed under a businessman tied to the late former president, Marcos Sr., according to the Sandiganbayan. As a result, the anti-graft court’s 2nd … Read more

Unemployment Rate Jumped to 3.9 Million Due to Lockdowns

Unemployment Rate

PH Government Says Unemployment Rate Jumped to 3.9 Million Due To COVID-19 Restrictions The unemployment rate has jumped to 3.9 million or worsened to 8.1 percent for the month of August 2021 due to lockdowns. The Philippine government reported that the number of unemployed Filipinos has swelled to 8.1 percent in many business establishments across the … Read more

Roque Says PH Government Allows Dry Run of Limited Face-to-Face Classes

Face-to-Face Classes

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Announces PH Government Allows Dry Run of Limited Face-to-Face Classes Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said that the Philippine government allows the dry run of limited face-to-face classes. On Monday (September 20, 2021), the Presidential Spokesperson announced that the national government has already approved the conduct of a dry run of limited … Read more