April 17, 2024
  1. Self-proclaimed social media influencers and vloggers belittling the mainstream media have failed to bring latest advisories to the public about Typhoon Karding.
  2. Those behind illegal logging and quarrying at the Sierra Madre mountain range are not happy with the snowballing call to protect the longest mountain range.
  3. The regular update every time a low pressure area threatens to hit the country greatly helps the public and other offices to prepare for any emergency situation.
  4. A ‘highly-paid red-tagger’ will soon find herself facing several charges for the many accusations and threats against groups and individuals, including a judge.
  5. Vested interests on the tobacco excise tax share are one of the possible reasons why many political leaders are aspiring to become a mayor of a town in Abra.
  6. The latest directive to the troll farm administrators is to praise the solid tandem of the two rankings officials and to discredit the former VP and “Yellowtards”.
  7. Filipinos, especially jobseekers and those living below the poverty threshold, will benefit from the supposed potential investments after the President’s state visits.
  8. This ranking government official and a former regional director might soon face a class suit for allegedly soliciting funds from mining firms and abuse of power.
  9. A newly minted executive is concerned about the environment by showing up late and planted a sapling for purpose of submitting an accomplishment report.
  10. This self-styled media personality irked supporters of a Presidential appointee when he broke the news there will be new Press Secretary in the coming days.
  11. Some Cordillerans, especially the known supporters of a Palace official, are eyeing to become Pagcor directors than appointed in other government posts.
  12. A prominent Palace official might be replaced by someone who is handsome after the former was inadvertently bypassed by the CA due to “lack of time”.