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Recent articles by Vivienne:

Animals rescued in areas affected by Taal eruption suffer eye, skin irritation

Some animals rescued from areas affected by the eruption of Taal Volcano are suffering from irritated eyes, skin, and colds due to the ash being spewed by the volcano since Sunday. → Read More

DOH belies alleged SARS case in Metro Manila

MANILA - The Department of Health on Tuesday tagged as “fake” a circulating message regarding a supposed case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) at a health clinic in Metro Manila. → Read More

'Hanapin natin ‘yung saysay natin': What Robredo tells young leaders amid flak

“Hanapin natin ‘yung saysay natin. Kasi ‘yung saysay natin is so much more than the negativity around us. ‘Yung vaue natin is so much more than lahat who are trying to put us down.' → Read More

Poverty fueling online sexual exploitation of Filipino children: NGO coalition

The group cited data showing over 600,000 tips of images and videos of naked, sexualized and abused Filipino children received by the Department of Justice in 2018. → Read More

Sotto: House, not Drilon, to blame for 2019 nat'l budget delay amid SEA Games woes

Senate President Vicente Sotto III on Tuesday blamed the House of Representatives for the delayed passage of the 2019 national budget, which some members of the chamber claimed to have led to woes in the country’s preparations for the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. → Read More

Senate OKs extended validity of 2019 budget on 3rd reading

The Senate has unanimously approved on third reading the bill seeking to extend the validity of some portions of the 2019 budget until next year. → Read More

Around 9,000 volunteers ready for 30th SEA Games days before launch

He said he expects the background check on volunteers to be completed by next week before the games start. → Read More

Cayetano says borrowed funds used for SEA Games a 'non-issue'

It’s a non-issue whether or not the funds used for the construction of the facilities at the New Clark City in Tarlac for the 30th Southeast Asian Games were borrowed, according to House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano. → Read More

'Makikita mo kami shining': Duterte says he, Cayetano, and Go 'brightest stars' in PH politics

'Magtingin ka sa political na langit at makikita mo kami, shining.' → Read More

RCEP members fail to sign free trade deal

THAILAND—After 7 years, participating countries in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) failed to sign a mega free trade deal during a summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand. → Read More

Duterte urges India to approve RCEP

President Rodrigo Duterte urged India to conclude the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership in order to narrow the development gap. → Read More

Trump skipping ASEAN Summit as he is 'trying to survive,' says Panelo

“We all know for a fact that Mr. Trump is trying to survive there, there is an impeachment going on – process. So, maybe that’s the reason why he did not come,' Panelo said. → Read More

Alleged harassment of Pinoy-crewed ship 'not our concern,' says Panelo

“It’s not our concern, because it’s not a Philippine vessel,” Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in a press briefing in Nonthaburi, Thailand. → Read More

Duterte cites areas of ASEAN-UN collaboration for regional development

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the United Nations (UN) must work together to fight poverty, address inequality, and push sustainable development, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte said on Sunday. → Read More

Defense chief Lorenzana to lead relief efforts in quake-hit Mindanao

Defense Sec. Delfin Lorenzana has been designated to lead all relief efforts in earthquake-stricken areas, Executive Sec. Salvador Medialdea said Saturday. → Read More

BSP monitors water situation, swine fever over possible effects on inflation

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Benjamin Diokno on Wednesday said he does not see water woes in Metro Manila as an upside risk to inflation. → Read More

Manila Water, Maynilad barred from passing on penalties to consumers: regulator

Manila Water and Maynilad are prohibited from passing on to consumers any financial penalties imposed by courts as stipulated in their concession agreements, a regulator said Friday. → Read More

DOH: 3.5 million Filipinos have no proper toilets

MANILA—The Department of Health (DOH) is calling on local government units (LGUs) to intensify efforts toward zero open defecation amid the resurgence of poliovirus in the country. → Read More

QC mayor says 166 pigs culled in efforts to prevent African swine fever

The Quezon City government has killed 166 pigs so far to prevent the spread of African swine fever, after pigs in two areas in Barangay Bagong Silangan tested positive for the swine flu. → Read More

DOJ orders immigration lookout for heinous-crime convicts

Since only courts can issue hold departure orders, the DOJ said lookout bulletins are meant to monitor a person's movement in the country or overseas. → Read More