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Recent articles by Anjo:

‘Parang na-aftershock’: Pets left for days rescued in locked-down Lemery

Police making sure no one enters Lemery town, Batangas, made an exception Saturday for rescuers searching the town for animals that were left behind. → Read More

Citing oversupply, one Batangas town wants public to stop donating clothes

Officials of San Luis town appealed to the public to stop donating clothes, after supposedly receiving tons of them, more than enough for 15,000 evacuees from the Taal volcano eruption. → Read More

Village officials stay behind in Taal town to look after houses

While residents have been barred from returning to their homes, officials and watchmen of neighboring villages decided against leaving to fulfill their duties. → Read More

Meralco belies chain text message on 'power cut' after Taal eruption

Meralco denied Tuesday that it would cut power in parts of Metro Manila and nearby areas which were spared by Taal Volcano's eruption over the weekend. → Read More

Displaced Divisoria vendors fail to get dialogue with Isko

Displaced vendors failed to get an audience with Manila Mayor Isko Moreno after the latter said he had already given the vendors alternate locations for their stalls. → Read More

'Golden Triangle' syndicate behind P35-M shabu found in Pinoy's luggage: PDEA

Philippine customs and anti-drug officers are investigating possible accomplices of a 26-year-old man who was arrested for sneaking in P35 million worth of shabu into the country through his luggage. → Read More

Hundreds run to advocate against wastage

Hundreds ran to advocate for less wastage on Sunday, as the Trade department launched its celebration of Consumer Welfare Month in October. → Read More

Ex-Army chief Bautista condemns PMA hazing

While condemning hazing, former Philippine military chief and current Social Welfare Secretary Rolando Bautista said other factors could have played into the death of a Philippine Military Academy cadet. → Read More

Thousands join annual 'alay lakad' for out-of-school youth in Manila

The walk raises funds through donations which would put underprivileged youths through school or vocational training. → Read More

Planned sewage treatment plant for Baseco to help avert polio spread

MANILA - A sewage treatment plant is set to be constructed at the seaside community of Manila's Port Area, which produced the sample that tested positive for the polio virus, marking the disease's return to the Philippines after nearly 2 decades. → Read More

Filipinos with rare muscle disease 'run' for public awareness, gov't support

More than 200 Filipinos suffer from muscular dystrophy. → Read More

Puyat vows transparency with COA over flagged DOT expenses

The Department of Tourism is submitting all documents requested by government auditors following an audit report showing the agency spent more than P500-million without paperwork, the tourism chief said Friday. → Read More

Puyat: Tourism projects need environment dept clearance

Tourism Sec. Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said Friday projects entered into by her agency need clearance from the environment department before implementation. → Read More

3 PH teachers stranded in China reach settlement with Chinese airline

Three retired Filipino teachers who were stranded in China for over a week without contact with their families have decided to refrain from taking legal action against the airline that was supposed to bring them back home from a vacation in the US, their brother said Friday. → Read More

Coco Martin honors FPJ legacy at late icon's 80th birthday

Actor Coco Martin paid tribute to the inspiration and lasting contribution of the late movie icon Fernando Poe Jr. on the national artist's 80th birth anniversary Tuesday. → Read More

No flights, no contacts: 3 PH teachers stranded in China during typhoon recount ordeal

For more than a week, 3 Filipino sisters moved around in airports and hotels in a foreign place and without any means of contact with their family after they were stranded in Hubei province in China during a super typhoon. → Read More

'One big step' for PH innovators: How rocket launch inspires NASA challenge winners

For the first Filipino winners of the space apps challenge of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), witnessing a rocket launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida was another milestone in their journey that began at a Manila hackathon in October 2018. → Read More

Civil service exam pushes through despite rains

More than 200,000 aspiring and current government workers took the civil service exam in testing centers across the Philippines, Sunday morning. → Read More

Mayor Isko to village officials: 'Tigilan niyo na ang ampalaya'

MANILA - Nearing the one-month point of his administration, Manila City Mayor Francisco 'Isko Moreno' Domagoso on Monday urged village officials, particularly those who did not support him in the recent midterm elections, to 'move on' and work with him in his plans for the city. → Read More

Isko regularizes 3 'honest' Manila traffic enforcers

MANILA - A week after threatening to remove the city's traffic enforcers after one of their peers figured in an extortion video, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno praised 3 members of the Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau for turning down a bribe from a motorist. → Read More