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  • DOT firm on October 26 Boracay reopening date

    It seems that plans are going according to schedule for the rehabilitation for Boracay island, a popular tourism hotpsot that fell victim to poor environmental management. Rehabilitation efforts are currently ongoing, but the end is in ...

  • Baler: Your next weekend getaway

    Baler is a popular surf spot in Aurora province. It’s gained popularity recently because of its proximity to Manila – just a few hours away from Metro Manila by car, Baler is perfect for long weekends, ...

  • More flights cancelled due to Mayon ash

    Ashfall from the recent eruption of the Mayon volcano has caused several flights to and from the nearby airports in Legazpi and Naga to be cancelled. These include Cebu Pacific flights from 
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  • 10 photos that show why Canada’s Lake Louise is on everyone’s winter bucket list

    Lake Louise, located inside the Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada is one of the most visually stunning places on earth. Emerald green and full of tourists in the summer, it turns a pristine, glittering white ...

Senate Bill Seeks Job Security for AFP Reservists

MANILA — A Senate measure was filed seeking to ensure that members of the reserve force of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) would be reinstated to their careers by the end of their required military ...

Corporate tax reform a priority for Arroyo

Newly elected Speaker of the House Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo said on Tuesday that the House of Representatives will be focusing on measures seeking to rationalize and modernize the Philippine’s corporate tax system. Arroyo’s statement came in an ...

Cool trade off: lower AC temperatures heat up the future

The Philippines being a tropical country, it’s understandable that most people would want to avoid the constant heat. But from our cars to our malls to our cafes to our offices, it’s uncommon to see a ...

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PHL, Mexico to explore free trade, currency accords

Top oficials of the Philippines and Mexico have agreed to explore free trade and currency agreements to further strengthen bilateral ties and facilitate economic transactions between the two countries.   Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and Mexican Ambassador ...
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MMDA releases guide to HOV lanes

A photo of MMDA Regulation No. 18-005 titled ‘Establishing the Expanded High Occupancy Vehicles Lane in EDSA’ has been circulating online. The document outlines the particulars of the new ban of driver-only vehicles along EDSA during rush hours. ...
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Health Life

Listen: This song can reduce anxiety by 65 percent

U.K. neuroscientists have found a single song which can result in a dramatic 65% decrease in anxiety. While this may sound like more fiction than science, it’s definitely true. Dr. David Lewis-Hodgson of Mindlab International, who conducted the research, ...
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Philippines Travel

DOT firm on October 26 Boracay reopening date

It seems that plans are going according to schedule for the rehabilitation for Boracay island, a popular tourism hotpsot that fell victim to poor environmental management. Rehabilitation efforts are currently ongoing, but the end is in sight. Tourism ...
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Entertainment

Ginger Conejero has California nuptials

Former beauty queen-turned-ABS-CBN International reporter Ginger Conejero is now married. Conejero and her American husband Bruno Saab tied the knot at the Most Holy Rosary Chapel in San Rafael California, U.S.A. on August 6 (Manila time). She wore ...
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MMDA plans trial ban of driver-only cars on EDSA

Mayors of Metro Manila cities have agreed on a new measure to combat vehicular congestion on EDSA: banning driver-only cars from plying it during rush hour. Approval from the Metro Manila Council, composed of Metro Manila mayors, came ...
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Sports

10-year old Filipino-American beats Michael Phelps by 1 second

J.L. Munda 11 days ago
Something’s in the name because a wonder kid named Clark Kent, which is Superman’s alterego in case you somehow didn’t know, just ...

Travel

DOT firm on October 26 Boracay reopening date

J.L. Munda 23 hours ago
It seems that plans are going according to schedule for the rehabilitation for Boracay island, a popular tourism hotpsot that fell victim ...

Food

Discovering Canada’s heritage of craftsmanship and ingenuity

Carlos Munda December 6, 2017
Well it’s our second day in Calagary and the weather, contrary to what the locals insist on telling me, has been quite ...