Duterte eyes POGO regulation in PH

President Rodrigo Duterte is considering regulating the number of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) in the country.

In an exclusive interview with ABS-CBN, the President believes imposing restrictions on POGOs would reduce the high cases of corruption, extortion, and kidnapping linked to the operations of …

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4 Chinese universities hiring English teachers: POEA

English teachers in the country may find employment opportunities in China.

In an advisory on Saturday, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) said four tertiary educational institutions (TEIs) in China need English teachers -- the Northwest A&F University, Yancheng Teachers University, Yiwu Industrial & Commercial …

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Marcaida leaves Kaya Iloilo

Kaya Iloilo is now looking for a new head coach for the upcoming Philippines Football League season as Noel Marcaida already left the club.

"It is unfortunate that we now have to part ways," Marcaida said in a statement on Thursday night. "I will now …

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Gov’t won’t force OFWs to leave Iraq: Palace

The Duterte administration will respect the possible decision of Filipinos to stay in Iraq despite the looming war between the United States (US) and Iran, MalacaAang said on Wednesday.

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo admitted that it is impossible to impose mandatory repatriation of overseas Filipino …

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2019: From judgment to justice

The year 2019 is one for the books for the Department of Justice which dispensed judgment over celebrated cases, a year that also saw an end, under the Duterte administration, to many glaring social injustices in the country.

It also saw the judiciary turning another …

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PRRD aids quake victims in NoCot

President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday morning distributed food aid and financial assistance to earthquake victims here and in other parts of North Cotabato.

The President flew here after leading the wreath-laying at the Rizal Park in Davao City earlier in the day. He was accompanied …

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