Idol Ko Si Kap: Barangay Captains step up to protect communities against COVID-19

No more rubbing alcohol? Barangay captains find ways to supply their local communities with the much-needed but highly-scarce disinfectant product that is now flying off supermarket and grocery shelves faster than you can type #coronavirus or say COVID-19.

LOOK: Food To Help Boost Our Immune System

Readily-available food found in the Philippines can actually help boost the immune system to fight the coronavirus disease or COVID-19.

Oil companies, Petron, Shell, impose major fuel price reduction on March 17, Tuesday

The Philippines' leading oil companies Petron Corporation and Pilipinas Shell Corporation have announced major fuel price reductions effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

Pinaglabanan Bridge connecting San Juan to Manila reopens to motorists

Pinaglabanan Bridge, also known as San Juan Bridge, has been reopened to motorists plying the route from San Juan to Manila and vice versa.

UPLB graduate Anjanette Tadena wins Int’l Youth Leaders Agribusiness Incubator Competition in Laos

University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) Agriculture graduate Anjanette S. Tadena has won the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Agribusiness Incubator Workshop Pitch Competition held in Pakse, Lao PDR.

Driver’s License Exam now translated in local Filipino languages

The Philippine Driver's License Examination will now be translated to local Filipino languages following the directive of the Department of Transportation (DOTr).

Sea Ambulance helps patients in Quezon quickly reach medical facilities

Sea ambulances plying the waters off Quezon are helping patients in the island barangays of the province have much-needed access to medical facilities.

Child Safety in Motor Vehicles rules and regulations all set for implementation

The Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act of 2019 is all set for implementation as the rules and regulations for private vehicles carrying children were recently signed.

All women including transwomen are stars on Women’s Day at National Planetarium

All women of sizes and colors, including transwomen, can now enjoy shows in the National Planetarium for free!

Surigao to Agusan farm-to-market road to cut travel time by more than 1 hour

Farmers in Surigao and Agusan provinces in the Caraga region of Mindanao will soon enjoy a new farm-to-market road that promises to cut travel time to 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Philippines begins Lenten Season, adjusts traditional practices to avoid transmission of COVID-19

The Philippines has begun the Lenten Season with Catholics still going to churches for Ash Wednesday and church leaders adjusting traditional practices amidst the COVID-19 concerns.

129-year-old Brick Railway Station in Malolos undergoes preservation and restoration

The 129-year-old Old Brick Station of the Philippine National Railway (PNR) in Malolos, Bulacan is now undergoing preservation and restoration side by side with the construction of a new modern station for the Manila-Clark Railway System.
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Angel Locsin raises 1M overnight for #UniTENTweStandPH to set up tents...

Actress-Philanthropist Angel Locsin has raised Php 1 million overnight with the fundraising campaign #UniTENTweStandPH Campaign to help set up additional tents for patients in overcrowded hospitals.