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FAMAS awardee Benildean short film “Balai” competes in Melbourne, Nepal

The Pinoy short film “Balai (Home)” from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde will compete for awards at the 2020 Melbourne Short Film Festival and Nepal International Film Festival (NIFF) in February.

New Philippine passport application and renewal requirements for 2020

The new year may bring the need for you to apply for a passport - whether it's a new one, up for renewal, or regrettably, lost. The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has issued reminders of updated and applicable requirements for the Philippine passport this 2020.

Sarah Geronimo’s fans dance ‘Tala’ craze to raise funds for Taal Volcano victims

The Popster fans of Sarah Geronimo successfully organized a dance flash mob dubbed as "Tala para sa Taal" to raise funds for evacuees displaced by the Taal Volcano eruption.

6 major road projects finishing in 2020 to reduce EDSA traffic

The 6 major road projects scheduled to be finished this year are expected to reduce traffic congestion on Metro Manila's main highway, the Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA).

Seaweed in the Philippines found to have Anti-Cancer benefits

A seaweed species found in the Philippines was discovered to have anti-cancer properties by researchers from the University of Santo Tomas (UST).

Nothing Stronger Than The Heart of a Volunteer

“There’s nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.” Relief drives are not a lasting solution for evacuees during disasters. Only institutionalized government response in partnership with the private sector can address the long-term effects of being displaced.

UST stamped with ASEAN Quality Seal, only 2nd in PHL and 8th in world

The University of Santo Tomas (UST) had just received the stamp of approval from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) group, becoming only the second university in the Philippines and the 8th in the world to receive the Institutional Certification.

Filipino-Canadian Riza Santos clinches Miss Global 2019 3rd Runner-Up title in Mexico

Filipino-Canadian Riza Santos proudly represented the Philippines and successfully raised the country's national colors in Mexico after winning the Miss Global 2019 3rd Runner-Up crown.

LOOK: SB19 fans A’TIN help evacuees of Taal Volcano eruption

As Pinoy pop idol group SB19 prepared to go onstage for the WISH Music Awards on Sunday, a group from their fandom A'TIN went to Batangas to help the evacuees who were displaced by the Taal Volcano eruption.

Iloilo City streets adorned with murals ahead of Dinagyang festival

Iloilo City streets are being given a facelift with colorful murals painted by local artists ahead of the Dinagyang Arts Festival that opens on Sunday, January 26, 2020.

Unified Grand Central Station for rail trains in Metro Manila nears completion

More good news for commuters: The Unified Grand Central Station that will connect four different train lines under just one roof is almost complete.

Angel Locsin leads local celebrities’ quick action to help Taal Volcano eruption victims

Actress-philanthropist and real-life Darna Angel Locsin has once again quickly reacted to extend help to disaster victims, this time for the evacuees who fled the Taal Volcano eruption last Sunday.

Western Visayas longest bridge opens in Aklan, cuts travel time to Boracay Island

The new Kalibo Bridge III, the longest bridge in Western Visayas, was opened this week and is expected to cut travel time of tourists going to the world-famous Boracay Island.

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UST stamped with ASEAN Quality Seal, only 2nd in PHL and...

The University of Santo Tomas (UST) had just received the stamp of approval from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) group, becoming only the second university in the Philippines and the 8th in the world to receive the Institutional Certification.

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FAMAS awardee Benildean short film “Balai” competes in Melbourne, Nepal

The Pinoy short film “Balai (Home)” from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde will compete for awards at the 2020 Melbourne Short Film Festival and Nepal International Film Festival (NIFF) in February.

UST stamped with ASEAN Quality Seal, only 2nd in PHL and...

The University of Santo Tomas (UST) had just received the stamp of approval from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) group, becoming only the second university in the Philippines and the 8th in the world to receive the Institutional Certification.

Ateneo’s Jimbo Bernardo wins Gold, qualifies for finals of Thailand International...

Ateneo Junior High School mathlete Jimbo Bernardo is all set to compete in the final round of the Thailand International Mathematics Olympiad (TIMO) this coming April 2020 after winning a gold award in the contest's 2019 Heat Round.

Things To Prioritize in 2020

Changing years is a great opportunity to be better. It’s like you have been given a fresh start in life. Of course, you do not want to ruin that chance so you want to make things right. That includes setting your priorities for 2020. Here are some aspects of life that I suggest we focus on more so we can have a better life and a better year.