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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.

New “Nayong Pilipino” soon to rise as world-class cultural park, creative hub in Parañaque...

Nayong Pilipino welcomes 2020 with the good news that they will re-establish the Filipino cultural theme park in Metro Manila. The Nayong Pilipino Foundation (NPF) and the Department of Tourism (DOT) are set to build...

Philippines welcomes 8-Millionth tourist Yachiyo Imamoto from Yokohama, Japan

Metro Manila today welcomed its 8-Millionth and 8-Millionth-and-1 tourists Yachiyo Imamoto and her husband, Tamio, from Yokohama, Japan. The 71-year-old Yachiyo is visiting the Philippines for the 8th time. The Japanese couple arrived at the...

Faster travel for Laguna and Manila commuters with new railway trains and routes

Commuters on the Laguna and Manila routes can expect faster travel time with the new railway trains acquired by the Philippine National Railways (PNR). The PNR announced Monday that they acquired 37 rail cars and...

Manila Dragon Boat Team wins 2 overall titles, 6 golds in Guam Festival

Manila-based SAG-1 DragonBoat Team bagged 2 overall championships and 6 gold medals in complete domination of the 4th Guam Thanksgiving Day Dragon Boat Festival in the United States. The Philippine team completely overpowered other international...

Rizal Memorial Coliseum’s elegantly restored art deco welcomes SEA Games athletes, spectators in Manila

Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) athletes and spectators going to the gymnastics events that will run from December 1 to 9 will have a pleasant surprise when they enter the Rizal Memorial Coliseum. They will have...

La Madre Filipina pre-war statue reinstalled at Manila’s historic Jones Bridge

A pair of La Madre Filipina (The Filipino Mother) pre-war statues have been reinstalled, as promised, by the inauguration of the picture-perfect revitalized Jones Bridge in Manila held November 24, a hundred years after...

Philippines wins 4 golds, bags overall Silver at 2019 World Para Bowling Tour in...

Team Philippines won 4 gold medals and bagged the overall Silver podium finish at the 2019 World Para Bowling Tour leg held in Manila. The country's para-athletes in bowling produced 4 golds, 3 silvers, and...

Centuries-old San Agustin Church in Intramuros gets free restoration cleanup with German technology

Centuries-old San Agustin Church inside the historic walled city of Intramuros in Manila is undergoing restorative cleanup with German technology - for free. Kärcher, a German firm that invented the cleaning technology, is sponsoring the...

Manila soars 48 notches in Top 500 Most Innovative Cities in the World

The City of Manila soared 48 notches in the Top 500 Most Innovative Cities of the World released in November. The Philippines' historical capital city now registers a Global Rank at 239th, improving on its...

Lasallians win NASA Space Apps Challenge Manila, move on to global qualifiers

Lasallians won the Manila leg of the 2019 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) International Space Apps Challenge and earned the right to represent the city in the global qualifiers. Two Lasallian student projects bested...

Senior citizens welcome to work in Philippine state universities

Senior citizens who wish to continue working beyond their retirement age are welcome to work in state universities like the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) in Manila. The official announcement was made during the...
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Western Visayas longest bridge opens in Aklan, cuts travel time to...

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.