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Illegal settlers in Tondo reject relocation plan

Informal settlers in Tondo marched towards the City Hall Monday to protest their looming relocation.

Mar to lead relocation of illegal settlers

President Aquino has ordered Interior Secretary Mar Roxas to lead the relocation of residents living in danger zones.

Manila wants to privatize parking spaces

MANILA - The city government of Manila is eyeing the privatization of the city's parking slots.

Erap eyes overhaul of Manila parking system

MANILA – The city government of Manila is working on the privatization of public parking slots, Mayor Joseph Estrada said on Monday.

Palace defends P250M rehab plan for Roxas Blvd

MANILA - The Palace defended Monday the allotment of P250 million to rehabilitate Roxas Boulevard ahead of two major international meetings that the country is hosting in 2014 and 2015. The plan is reportedly being criticized by Kabataan Party List.

Mandatory CCT for relocated settlers urged

MANILA - Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto is calling for the automatic enrolment in the conditional cash transfer (CCT) for the homeless, for those living along esteros, for those who call karitons home, or those whose condos are under bridges.

From San Juan to Bulacan: Informal settlers relocate

MANILA - Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas, Social Welfare Secretary Dinky Soliman, and National Housing Authority General Manager Atty Chito Cruz headed the OPLAN LIKAS or the Lumikas Para Iwas Kalamidad at Sakit team -- in relocating around 87 informal settler families from Barangay Salapan, San Juan City.

Informal settlers vacate San Juan river homes

Residents living beside the San Juan river vacated their homes today to avail of the relocation program of the national government.

Metro terminal for Cavite, Batangas buses opens tomorrow

MANILA – The Metro Manila Southwest Interim Transport Terminal in Southwest Coastal Mall in Parañaque City is set to open tomorrow, reducing the number of buses from Batangas and Cavite entering Metro Manila.

San Juan village chief, others set to relocate

MANILA – Residents living beside the San Juan river are set to leave their homes today to avail of the relocation program of the national government.