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Navotas opens tallest urban vertical farm

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Navoteños will now have a more sufficient and sustainable food source following the launch of the city’s first urban vertical farm, the tallest in Metro Manila. Congressman John Rey Tiangco, chair of Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP)-...

Quezon City holds voting on priority programs 

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The City Planning and Development Department has released the results of the initial round of votes from the members of the City Development Council (CDC) on priority programs to be included in the City’s Local Development Investment Program (L...

Muntinlupa prepares for tropical storm 'Quinta'

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As a pre-emptive measure ahead of Severe Tropical Storm Quinta’s landfall in Luzon, Mayor Jaime Fresnedi has ordered the city and barangay risk reduction and management teams to be put on red-alert and to stand by for possible evacuation of com...

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Navotas bans videoke sessions on school days

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Navoteños are not allowed to hold videoke and karaoke sessions during school days to prevent loud noises from distracting students who are taking classes at home. The City Government of Navota...

Navotas opens tallest urban vertical farm

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Navoteños will now have a more sufficient and sustainable food source following the launch of the city’s first urban vertical farm, the tallest in Metro Manila. Congressman John Rey Tian...

PhilHealth-Red Cross dispute may increase virus cases

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Navotas City Mayor Toby Tiangco Wednesday expressed fear the impasse between PhilHealth and the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) could contribute to a surge in cases of coronavirus disease. "The issue...

Navotas has second lowest infection rate

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Navotas has the second lowest daily attack rate of coronavirus disease 2019 among the local government units in Metro Manila. According to the OCTA Research group, Navotas slid two spots from 14th pl...

Navotas retains 24-hour curfew on minors

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Navotas City will continue its 24-hour curfew for minors amid the decision of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases to allow persons aged 15 to 65 to leave the...

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