Dep-Ed adopts Globe’s Digital Thumbprint Program to keep schoolchildren safe from online sexual exposure

The Philippines' Department of Education (Dep-Ed) has adopted Globe Telecom's Digital Thumbprint Program (DTP) to help keep schoolchildren safe from online sexual exposure. DTP was...

Philippine college radios gather in UP to discuss basics of media principles and practice

College radios in the Philippines are coming together again for the fourth time in as many years for the Philippine College Radio Congress (PCRC)...

5 Energy Saving Tips for Philippine Businesses

How can Philippine businesses save on energy while still maximizing profit? The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) says there are ways to ensure...

Sorsogon’s deaf and blind school children to benefit from PHL-US 1st Inclusive Education Center

Sorsogon's deaf and blind school children are benefiting from the first-ever Inclusive Resource Education Center set up in the Philippines.

Plan Ahead for Your Holidays in 2020

Haven't had enough of the holidays? Cheer up! The year 2020 has just begun but you can already plan ahead to enjoy your 2020...

Filipino Pride branding gives Resorts World Manila multiple Stevie Awards for third straight year

The Filipino Pride branding of Resorts World Manila (RWM) has catapulted the integrated entertainment resort to again reap multiple awards at the Stevies. This...

Paulo Garcia delivers first opinion to support youth welfare in New Zealand Parliament

Paulo Garcia, the first Filipino-Kiwi Member of Parliament, has marked another milestone by delivering his first opinion in the New Zealand Parliament. MP Garcia...
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PHLPost deploys “Green Delivery” electric vehicles for relief operations in Pasig City

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) has deployed its “Green Delivery” electric vehicles in relief operations in Pasig City.

Is Matilda’s child star-now-author Mara Wilson learning Tagalog for a book?

Matilda's child star Mara Wilson is now all grown up and is an author learning the Filipino language - and people are excitedly wondering if it's for a new book she is writing.

Baguio residents receive vegetable seedlings for home-based urban gardens

Baguio City residents are receiving vegetable seeds and seedlings to help them set up home-based urban gardens during the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.

TODAY: Pasig River Ferry resumes free rides service

The Pasig River Ferry in Metro Manila is resuming its free rides service for the commuting public on Monday.

LOOK: Papercraft boat souvenirs released for Philippines’ Quincentennial

Papercraft boat souvenirs have been released for the Philippines' celebration of the 500 years anniversary of Lapu Lapu's Mactan victory in 1521 and the participation of the country in the first circumnavigation of the world.

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Updated Quarantine Guidelines for ECQ, MECQ, GCQ, MGCQ in the Philippines

The Philippine government has placed the country under varying levels of community quarantine since March 2020 to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus.