Palace launches gov’t’s free paper ‘The Philippine Gazette’
MANILA, Philippines — Malacañang has launched its free newspaper, “The Philippine Gazette.”
The Presidential Communications Office (PCO) on Thursday said the newspaper would report on the projects and programs of the administration of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.
It added that the public could get copies of The Philippine Gazette at LRT-2 stations Recto, Cubao, Santolan, and PNR Tutuban Station.
They can also avail copies at the Manila North Harbor Terminal and the Victory Liner Terminal in Pasay.
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