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The congressman cited the alarming number of daily accidents on the road
The issue now is implementation
Carnappers might now want to think twice before laying their filthy hands on someone else's property. Republic Act No. 10883--otherwise known as the Anti-Carnapping Act--has finally lapsed into law, and it carries harsher penalties for thieves caught stealing
What will the presidential vehicle be?
Change has come, and today it arrived onboard a white Toyota Land Cruiser.Rodrigo Duterte--the Philippines' 16th president--showed up at his inauguration ceremony in Malacañang Palace riding the premium Japanese SUV, flanked by black Nissan Patrols and several other
This has been long overdue
In one of its final sessions before the next administration takes over, the Senate passed an act that penalizes "distracted driving." According to a report by the Inquirer, the bill was approved on its third and final reading."While the State recognizes
Say hello to Department of Transportation
If there's one thing transportation and Internet have in common in this country, it's that they both suck. But can a major change in agency structure solve this? God, we certainly hope so.The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC)
Public officials, take note
We're just going to go ahead and say this: Getting around Metro Manila can be a real pain in the *ss. It doesn't help that the sorry excuse for a public transportation system we have is a mere hodgepodge of
If only all election materials were like this
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Because of a popular presidential candidate's loose tongue, our social-media screens have become a minefield lately. You see where your friends stand
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