• 06 May 2016
LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY, May 6 -  President Benigno S. Aquino III on Thursday led the inauguration of the newly renovated Yawa Bridge in Barangay Rawis here.The President was welcomed at the airport by Albay Governor Joey Salceda and Legazpi City Mayor Noel Rosal, who also joined him at the P83.5-million four-lane bridge for the inaugural drive through.The Yawa Bridge, which connects the northern barangays of Legazpi City to the Central Business District as well as the municipalities of Albay’s first district, was widened to ease traffic congestion, and facilitate the transport of marine and agricultural products and other basic services.After the inaugural drive through, President Aquino travelled to Barangay San Roque-Bonot for the unveiling of the marker and inspection of a pumping station constructed near the mouth of the Tibu River Channel.The Tibu Pumping Station is part of the Legazpi City Urban Drainage Improvement Project, which aims to solve the perennial flooding in the commercial district and nearby areas in and around the city.After the inauguration of the Tibu Pumping Station, President Aquino met with local leaders and community at the Pavilion of Ligao City, which i ...Read more

Malacañang reiterates commitment to rescue remaining hostages from Abu Sayyaf

 CENTRAL  06 May 2016
MANILA, May 6 -- Palace has reiterated its commitment to rescue the remaining hostages being held by the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG). According to reports, the group has circulated online a video showing the beheading of Canadian John Ridsdel last week. The ASG has also released a video of the remaining ...Read more

President Aquino inaugurates fish port, cold storage facility in Camarines Sur

 CENTRAL  06 May 2016
CALABANGA, CAMARINES SUR, May 6 - President Benigno S. Aquino III on Thursday led the inauguration of a fish port terminal and a cold storage facility here that aim to boost economic activities and alleviate poverty in Camarines Sur province.The P50-million Sabang Fish Port Development Project aims ...Read more
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