Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Phoenix To Offer Japan’s GS Battery At Its Automotive Service Shops

Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Incorporation has recently partnered with GS Battery which will provide high-class goods to their Luzon branches.

DOE Promises Fairness In Electricity Lifeline Rate Subsidy

The Department of Energy guarantees that Filipino families would be treated equally after the extension of the power lifeline rate subsidy was authorized.

Phoenix Fuel Masters Holds Basketball Camp For Kids

In order to develop sports during the pandemic, athletes from the Phoenix SUPER LPG Fuel Masters initiated a basketball camp for the youth.

ERC Chair Committed In Achieving Energy Democracy

The chairman of the Energy Regulatory Commission intends to establish a setting that would especially address the increase of energy democracy in the Philippines.
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Party-List Wants Quick Aid For Persons In Crisis Situations

A party-list has urged the approval of a bill to provide medical assistance of PHP1,000 to PHP150,000 for needy families and victims of different crisis situations.

OVP Distributes Additional Aid To BARMM, Other Paeng-Hit Areas

The Office of the Vice President has given additional assistance to cities heavily affected by Super Typhoon Paeng.

28 More Kadiwa Stores To Open Next Week

Following a successful campaign in several cities, the government intends to construct 28 additional Kadiwa stores to support farmers and fishermen.

Address K-12 Deficiencies, Solon Advises DepEd

Senator Win Gatchalian urged the Department of Education to bring back basic subjects such as reading and Mathematics to prepare learners after the K-12 program.

DSWD, Go Distribute Aid To 2.5K Davao Del Sur Residents

Senator Christopher Lawrence and the Department of Social Welfare and Development led the giving of cash assistance and relief packages to flood victims in Davao Del Sur.

Antique Launches 21 Books On Heritage

The province shared 21 books in Antique that contained a distinct historical artifact in an effort to preserve its culture.

More Doctors Wanted In Ilocos Norte

The Ilocos Norte government encourages medical professionals to engage in their province to develop public healthcare facilities.

Pandemic, School Disruption Stunt Learners’ Reading Skills

Filipinos are urged to participate in more reading-related activities after international studies revealed that they failed to meet the required level of reading proficiency.

First Lady Hails PH, Global Efforts To Protect Women’s Rights

In honor of the International Day of Eliminating Violence Against Women, First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos pledged her support for international campaigns fighting women's violence.

Right To Adequate Food Framework Bill Refiled In Congress

To fulfill the elimination of hunger nationwide, a legislator passed a bill ensuring food availability and stability in the country.

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