Voting 16-0 vote with no abstention, the Senate approved on third and final reading Senate Bill No. 1698 or The Reservist Employment Rights Act which promotes the welfare of military reservists in return for their service to the country.Read more
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The 21st Corn Tee Golf Tournament will be held from April 5 to 8 at the Club Filipino Golf in Pulangyuta, Danao City. The composition of each team in the four-man contest is one member and three guests—four scores to be counted. Players’ handicap for the month of March will be used in the tournament, […]Read more
The 15th annual IEP Conference is back March 22-23, 2018, with a new hiring expo If you are an internationally educated professional (IEP), currently unemployed or not working in your trained profession, this conference can help you gain insights from industry experts, regulatory and accreditation bodies, employers, and successful IEPs on the trends in your […]Read more
The Department of Justice (DoJ) confirmed yesterday alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles has been provisionally placed under its Witness Protection Program (WPP).Read more
Ontario is helping newcomers and their families by investing in services and programs to help them settle into their new lives. Ontario is investing $121 million across 236 projects to support newcomers, including • $32.4 million to support 131 projects under the Newcomer Settlement Program • $15 million to support 30 new language training projects […]Read more
Russian government cyber threat actors have infiltrated workstations and servers of corporate networks containing data output from industrial control systems (ICS) or supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems associated with an unnamed number of power plants, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has warned. The dire warning issued by the agency’s U.S. Computer Emergency […]
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Senators yesterday balked at the prospect of closing Boracay for rehabilitation for one year, warning that such proposal by the government could cripple the country’s tourism in the long run.
Burdened by a trade case, unpredictable policy-making, interconnection delays, and other market factors, the U.S. installed 30% less solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity in 2017 compared to a record-breaking 2016. However, the 10.6 GW of new PV capacity added last year represents 30% of all new generating capacity added to the U.S. grid, more than any […]Read more