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INQToday: China reacts to PH-Australian maritime security pact

/ 12:42 PM March 01, 2024

Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:

LPG prices up by P3.30 per 11-kg tank

The summer season started rough for consumers as the price of cooking gas went up for the third month in a row this year.


In an advisory, Petron Corp. said it implemented an increase of P0.30 per kilogram in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices effective Friday, March 1.


China reacts to PH-Australian maritime security pact

China on Thursday evening warned against moves to “disrupt regional peace and stability” after Australia and the Philippines inked an agreement to boost collaboration on maritime security. 

“The South China Sea is generally stable. Relevant countries’ maritime security cooperation should not undermine other countries’ interests or disrupt regional peace and stability,” said China Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning in a press conference.

Miaa: Naia Terminals 2 and 3 now free from bed bugs

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) Terminals 2 and 3 are now free from bed bugs, Manila International Airport Authority (Miaa) head executive assistant Chris Noel Bendijo said on Friday.

The pronouncement was in relation to social media posts where passengers complained of getting bed bug bites in the terminals’ rattan and gang chairs.

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