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Lowest-bid rule is root of corruption, says Duterte

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday said the lowest-bid rule in government procurement is the root of corruption. “‘Yang lowest bid na ‘yan, that is the source of all corruption, beginning from the national to the local hanggang barangay,” he said ...

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UP-PGH, tiniyak ang patas na imbestigasyon sa Dengvaxia

Nakikipag-ugnayan na ang Department of Health sa Department of Justice para sa pathological analysis ng mga namatay na bata na nabakunahan ng Dengvaxia. Layon nitong makompleto ang ulat at imbestigasyon na isinagawa ng University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital (UP-PGH). ...

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Philippines signs $233-M helicopter deal with Canada

Exciting news from @SGAirshow! Philippine Air Force to receive 16 Bell 412EPI helicopters. pic.twitter.com/NhHK0PUNMF — Bell Helicopter (@BellHelicopter) February 6, 2018 MANILA – The Philippines signed a deal with Canada on Tuesday to buy 16 combat utility helicopters worth $ ...

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China construction continues in disputed sea: think tank

The Philippines will maintain close ties with China despite what appears to be the continued militarization of disputed areas in the West Philippine Sea. -ANC News Now, February 6, 2018 Let’s block ads! (Why?) Nation

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Magnitude 4.7 quake rocks Ilocos Norte

This map from Phivolcs shows the epicenter of an earthquake that struck Ilocos Norte on Tuesday. MANILA – A magnitude 4.7 earthquake rattled Ilocos Norte province on Tuesday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said.  The tremor struck ...

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Palace: No further pay hike for public school teachers before 2020

MANILA – Malacañang on Tuesday said teachers and other government workers should not expect any further salary hike before 2020. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque explained that teachers and other government workers are still expecting two more tranches of salary increase ...

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Estudyante tumalon mula sa jeep dahil sa 'masamang balak' ng tsuper

Nagtamo ng galos sa braso ang isang estudyante matapos itong tumalon sa isang pampasaherong jeep sa Quezon City. Kuha ni Isay Reyes, ABS-CBN News MANILA – Tumalon mula sa umaandar na pampasaherong jeep ang isang estudyante matapos umano siyang pagbalakan ...

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Mayon 'big bang' still possible as clouds hide unrest

MANILA – Mount Mayon remains on the brink of a hazardous eruption as clouds shroud its sporadic emission of ash and lava, making the active volcano seem restive, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said Tuesday.  “Nand’yan pa rin ...

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Poultry worker, patay sa pamamaril sa Bulacan

Patay ang isang lalaki matapos pagbabarilin sa Barangay Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria, Bulacan Lunes ng gabi. Kinilala ang biktima na si Jay Gutierez, 28-anyos, isang poultry caretaker ng Barangay Pulong Yantok, Angat. Kuwento ng isang saksi, nakaupo ang biktima sa ...

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DOH eyes legal measures vs Sanofi

The Department of Health (DOH) is considering filing charges against pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur over the Dengvaxia controversy, a health official said Monday. This, after Sanofi declined a demand from the Philippine government to fully refund the P3.5 billion spent ...

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