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Eagle-lion logo marks PH, Singapore 50th anniversary

A griffin-inspired half-eagle, half-lion logo will symbolize the 50th anniversary of relations between the Philippines and Singapore this year.

RORO serves Cadiz-Bantayan route

Good news for travelers in the Western and Central Visayas areas: a roll-on roll-off (RORO) cargo vessel has started plying the route between Cadiz and Bantayan in Cebu.

Iloilo City eyes better port for cruise ships

Encouraged by the visit of nearly 800 Japanese tourists aboard a cruise ship last weekend, Iloilo City is now studying ways to improve its port to accommodate such vessels.

MARINA launches online exam appointment for marine officers

Good news for prospective marine officers: The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has launched an online evaluation and appointment system for theoretical exams.

750 Japanese tourists arriving in Iloilo aboard cruise ship

On Jan. 26, some 750 Japanese tourists will arrive in Iloilo City on board a cruise ship, to witness the world-famous Dinagyang Festival.

BRP Tarlac to arrive home Monday

The Philippine Navy (PN) on Monday will welcome home the strategic sealift vessel BRP Tarlac (LD-601) and her 300-man contingent following the historic visit to Vladivostok, Russia and Jeju Island, South Korea early this month.

English teachers ipapadala sa China, ayon sa DOLE

Mga Pilipinong gurong nagtuturo ng English ay nakatakdang ipadala sa China sa susunod na buwan, ayon kay Kalihim Silvestre Bello III ng Kagawaran ng Paggawa.

Terminal ng bus na galing sa probinsya lilipat mula...

Simula sa ika-15 ng Agosto, lahat ng provincial bus terminal sa Quezon City ay ililipat na sa interim terminal na nasa Valenzuela City bilang parte ng paglunas sa lumalalang problemang trapiko ng bansa.

MARINA opens extension office in Bacolod

The opening of the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) 6’s (Western Visayas) extension office here will greatly benefit Negrense seafarers as they no longer need to go to Manila to process their papers and take the Deck and Engine Officers’ Licensure Examination.

MARINA reminds shipping companies vs smoking on-board vessels

With the volume of passengers heading for the provinces expected to rise in December, the Maritime Industry Authority reminded shipping companies against smoking on board passenger ships.