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POGO, POGO and more POGO stories seem to be flooding everyone’s news feeds. As the troubled industry generates news that ranges from controversial at best to illegal at worst, it would be good to know more about POGOs and how they affect us. The short

PHILSTARTHE PRESIDENTIAL palace has issued a proclamation reserving a slum area in the district of Tondo, Manila for development under the government’s housing program.The June 21 proclamation reserved a portion of land in Tondo, Manila identified as Lot 4-A, Csd-00-003715, for the Department of Human

MAX KLEINEN-UNSPLASHCOTABATO CITY — Moro gunmen on Tuesday fired assault rifles at a village hall in Bialong, Shariff Aguak in Maguindanao del Sur and stopped a convoy of local officials out to deliver relief supplies to villagers.A group led by a commander from the 118th

BW FILE PHOTOTHE BUREAU of Customs (BoC) has seized smuggled agricultural products in Kawit, Cavite worth P100 million. “This initiative was supported by a mission order and a letter of authority to inspect three warehouses suspected of storing illegally imported agricultural products without payment of

PHILIPPINE STAR/MIGUEL DE GUZMAN  CONGRESSMEN on Wednesday urged electric generation and distribution companies to ensure their grids are structurally sound to prevent power failure during the rainy season.Power companies should also formulate plans to prevent and mitigate brownouts caused by heavy downpours, which the lawmakers said

Workers arrange sacks of National Food Authority (NFA) rice in Balagtas, Bulacan. — PHILIPPINE STAR/MIGUEL DE GUZMANTHE GOVERNMENT should ensure it has ample supply of rice during the rainy season, a congressman said on Wednesday.The National Food Authority’s (NFA) bugger stock should cover at least