There will be 102,000 domestic jobs and foreign placements that will be made available all over the country in jobs fairs on Sunday, May 1, 2022, as the country celebrates Labor Day.
After hefty increases in the prices of fuel earlier this week, expect a rollback – though still not enough to compensate for previous hikes – in the price per liter of diesel, kerosene and gasoline.
Meanwhile, the laws regulating the use of electric and vintage vehicles are now in effect after President Duterte did not sign them within the mandated time for their passage.
And as the weather continues to mimic furnace-like temperatures, parts of Palawan and Mindanao may experience scattered rains due to an inter-tropical convergence zone (ITCZ).
These are the top stories this Saturday afternoon, April 30, 2022.
- From the Palace
Vice presidential bets
Other election-related reports
- Labor Day
- Fuel price adjustments
- New law on e-vehicles, vintage cars
- Kerwin Espinosa recants statements vs de Lima
- Expected inflation rate
- Covid-19 Update
- Russia invades Ukraine
- New teachers
- Weather Update
- Metro Roundup
- Provincial Roundup
- World Roundup