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Hinigaran inn inaugurated

• ANDREW ALTAREJOS The Hinugyaw Inn, a three-storey building with 24 rooms in Hinigaran town, Negros Occidental was inaugurated on March 1. The event was attended by Hinigaran Mayor Jose Nadie Arceo and Vice Mayor Mary Grace Arceo, together with

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LPG prices sustain price hike in March

Companies announced that prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) continued to increase for three consecutive months of the year. In separate advisories, Petron Corporation said its LPG price increased by P0.30 per kilogram effective March 1. “This reflects the international

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PH to adopt new investment-related agreement in WTO

The Philippines is among the 123 World Trade Organization (WTO) members, or three-fourths of the membership, that will adopt the Investment Facilitation for Development (IFD) Agreement that was finalized on the sidelines of the 13th WTO Ministerial Meeting in Abu

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Himamaylan City coffee project grinds on

The DOLE, through its Integrated Livelihood Project (DILP), poured its support to sustain the bubbling opportunity for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries and small time coffee growers in Negros Occidental. The livelihood assistance came after the Philippine Coffee Quality Competition (PCQC) recognized

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BIR reminds top withholding agents of obligations

Pursuant to Revenue Regulations (RR) No. 2-98, dated May 7, 2019 and RR No. 31-2020 dated November 4, 2020, top withholding agents (TWA) are required to correctly withhold and remit the expanded withholding taxes for the government. The rate of

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Oil firms to slash pump prices

Oil companies will implement price cuts on fuel products on Tuesday after big-time hikes last week. Starting 12:01 a.m., Caltex, Cleanfuel, Jetti, Petro Gazz, Seaoil, Shell, and Unioil will slash gasoline prices by P0.70 per liter and diesel by P0.95

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SSS 2023 net income soars to P83B

The Social Security System (SSS) announced its net income in 2023 exceeded by 62.8 percent its target of P51.06 billion to P83.13 billion as it recorded higher revenues than its expenses. Based on its 2023 unaudited financial statement, SSS’ net

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German firm eyes PH for ‘flying cars’

German air mobility firm Lilium is mulling to establish in the Philippines its first Southeast Asia operation network for its all-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) jets. Lilium and local aviation services company PhilJets will sign a memorandum of understanding

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Popular bands lined up for Kadalag-an Festival

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Negrenses should expect a star studded Kadalag-an Festival in Victorias City, next month. Mayor Javier Miguel Benitez yesterday said that popular bands and movie and television personalities will be joining the Kadalag-an Festival which will be

VMA marks 51st founding anniversary

As VMA celebrated its 51st founding anniversary on Thursday, it marked not just a milestone in its history but also a testament to its enduring commitment to maritime education and industry excellence, a press release from VMA said. With half

Himamaylan City coffee project grinds on

The DOLE, through its Integrated Livelihood Project (DILP), poured its support to sustain the bubbling opportunity for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries and small time coffee growers in Negros Occidental. The livelihood assistance came after the Philippine Coffee Quality Competition (PCQC) recognized

Honing our concern for the poor

That parable of the rich man and the poor man, Lazarus, (cfr. Lk 16,19-31) which is the subject of the gospel of the Mass for Thursday of the 2nd Week of Lent, strongly reminds us of our duty to always

Be always merciful and not judgmental

That’s what Christ told his disciples. (cfr. Lk 6,36-38) “Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father also is merciful. Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you shall be

TUPV holds AANR tech convention

The Technological University of the Philippines Visayas (TUPV) in Talisay City will once again be holding its annual Technology Convention on March 6, at the University’s Gymnasium. The whole day affair has the theme “Sustainable Innovations Through Emerging Technologies in