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Good News Pilipinas Editor Advocates Positive Reporting at UP-CMC Lecture

Speaking before journalism students at the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP-CMC), Good News Pilipinas managing editor Angie Quadra-Balibay advocated the concept of good news as legitimate journalism.

GoodNewsPilipinas.com Triumphs with Gold Anvil Award: A Testament to Filipino Media Excellence

In a landmark achievement, GoodNewsPilipinas.com has proudly clinched the Gold Anvil at the 59th Anvil Awards, marking a significant milestone in its journey of uplifting and celebrating Filipino stories worldwide. This prestigious recognition, awarded for achieving one of the highest scores among numerous contenders, underscores the impactful and creative storytelling for which the online platform is renowned.

Philippine Innovation Unleashed: Top 10 Good Tech Stories of 2023 on GoodNewsPilipinas.com

In 2023, the Philippines made significant strides in science and technology, marking a year of remarkable achievements and innovations. From groundbreaking discoveries to advancements in space exploration and healthcare, Filipino innovators have pushed the boundaries of what's possible. Our "2023 Year in Review" series at GoodNewsPilipinas.com proudly showcases these top 10 Good Tech stories, highlighting the ingenuity and determination that drive the nation's technological progress.

2023 Year in Review: 100 Inspiring Stories of Filipino Pride on GoodNewsPilipinas.com

As 2023 comes to a close, we look back on a year filled with challenges and triumphs. GoodNewsPilipinas.com has been your faithful chronicler, capturing heartwarming tales of Filipino resilience, innovation, and spirit. Join us in celebrating these 100 stories that have inspired pride across the Philippines and beyond.

Right at Home: My Experience as a Virtual Intern for Good News Pilipinas

This year, I pursued my internship at Good News Pilipinas to cap off my time as a political science undergraduate at De La Salle University-Manila. Writing for the Philippine Daily Inquirer and my own school publication, The LaSallian, I have always had an affinity for journalism — and I have appreciated the ways in which it intersects with political science, another passion of mine.

GoodNewsPilipinas.com scores back-to-back Lasallian Scholarum Awards finalist spot

GoodNewsPilipinas.com scored back-to-back finalist spots in the Lasallian Scholarum Awards with the inclusion of its feature article on Filipino students graduating from the world's top universities in the 18th edition of the annual media recognition given by De La Salle University.

Two generations meet online 50 years after martial law declaration in Philippines

Two generations of Filipinos who lived through the martial law years in the Philippines share their experience before, during, and after the declaration of military rule 50 years ago, in an online Facebook live stream of the New Zealand-based PSTV5+ Channel.

Good News Pilipinas opens Virtual Internship Program

Good News Pilipinas is opening a Virtual Internship Program for Multimedia Content Interns.

The Universe Acknowledges You | Positivitrix

A few months ago, I got an e-mail forwarded by the GNP EIC.

HAPPENING NOW: Good News Pilipinas joins 11th Philippine SME Business Expo

Good News Pilipinas is starting off great and earned a high attendance badge for its good visitor traffic as an exhibitor at the Philippines' Biggest Virtual Business Expo for SMEs, Start-Ups, and Entrepreneurs, the 11th Philippine SME Business Expo, which kicks off its virtual edition today, March 16 until March 18, 2022.

WATCH: Martial Law stories of Lasallians Pepe Diokno, Tanny Tañada, Bishop Felix Perez

Stories of the Martial Law years from Lasallian-educated Filipino leaders Jose “Ka Pepe” Diokno, Lorenzo “Ka Tanny” Tañada, and Bishop Felix Paz Perez were live-streamed by the De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) community during the United Nations International Day of Peace and the 49th Anniversary of Martial Law in the Philippines.

Filipino global movement calls for SDG action using giant solar artworks

Filipino-born global solar movement Liter of Light is creating giant solar artworks of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) to call for urgent action during the Global Week to Act for SDGs.
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