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about 2 days ago

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about 2 days ago

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about 2 weeks ago

Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu lifts suspension on quarrying by most mining companies.

about 3 weeks ago

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about 1 month ago

Booking a flight to Boracay in its re-opening this October? Hold your horses.

about 2 months ago

Many residents in Boracay are looking forward to the island's reopening in two months. This, as the government speeds up the rehabilitation of the world famous tourist island. But the chair of the Boracay task force says, the on-going effort is just phase one of the clean up. CNN Philippines senior anchor and correspondent Pinky Webb has this exclusive report.

about 2 months ago

Almost four months since the island shutdown, Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says Boracay is scheduled to open on October 26. But to be sure, he says the task force is meeting on August 26 to decide if establishments there can start accepting bookings. CNN Philippines senior anchor and correspondent Pinky Webb takes a closer look at the on-going work inside the world famous tourist destination.

about 2 months ago

Task Force chair Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu announced this at the end of the meeting of the government body Friday in Boracay.

about 2 months ago

A committee composed of representatives from DENR, the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB), and the Mines and Geosciences Bureau will conduct the review.