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To further strengthen its weather forecasting capabilities, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), in partnership with Korea International Cooperation Agency (Koica), inaugurated the new Communication, Ocean and Meteorological Satellite (COMS) Data Analysis System at the Pagasa...
LAST Monday the Embassy of the Czech Republic in the Philippines commemorated the 97th birthday of Karel Aster, considered the last Czech defender of Bataan. Born on May 15, 1920, he is, to this day, the last living survivor among...
YOUTH players from the Regional Selection Camp in Metro Manila shined the brightest among 72 boys and girls in the National Training Camp of Junior NBA Philippines 2017 presented by Alaska. Held at the Don Bosco Technical Institute on May...
CARMONA, Cavite – Clyde Mondilla upstaged Miguel Tabuena and Tony Lascuña in another weather-delayed final round shootout among the country’s ace shotmakers, coming through with a brilliant backside charge for a 66 to pull off a one-stroke victory in...
By Oscar Visaya CYBER Crime is evolving in ways we could never have imagined. Attacks are increasingly becoming more sophisticated, new attack vectors are opening and criminals are becoming more persistent. Organizations that wish to safeguard their data should not...
Story & photos by Mike Besa Captain Jesús A. Villamor was among the Filipino officers who followed Gen. Douglas MacArthur to Australia following the outbreak of World War II. Awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for downing two Japanese enemy planes in...

Panna Cotta De Fruta

By Chef Edward David mateo | Photography by Kathrine Joy Cortez When it comes to desserts during the summer months, we’re always reaching for something iced, definitely something light. Panna cotta is a popular choice for a light dessert that...
Do feeding programs work? According to the parents and teachers of public school students under the Mondelez Philippines’ Joy Schools program, the impact goes beyond seeing an undernourished child clean his plate at every meal. “What many people may not...
CLYDE MONDILLA came out of nowhere to grab the clubhouse lead with an eagle-spiked 66 in another weather-delayed third round on Friday, but fancied Miguel Tabuena and Tony Lascuña lined themselves up for a marquee title clash in the...
The 6.4-percent GDP growth in the first quarter may have fallen below expectations, but the Philippine economy showed signs of resiliency in expanding by more than 6 percent for seven straight quarters. The government on Thursday released the official GDP...
The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) said it is keen on developing and constructing more hydropower projects on its existing irrigation systems and future irrigation projects all over the country. Citing the previous studies it conducted, the NIA said there are...
The country’s antiquated Tax Code, which contains 59 lines of exemptions from the value-added tax and 84 special VAT-related laws, have led to massive revenue leakages costing the government an estimated P90.7 billion each year, according to the Department...
TOKYO—Japan reports that its economy grew at a faster-than-expected 2.2-percent annual pace from January to March. Economists had forecast a strong expansion in the first quarter for the world’s third-largest economy, helped by a recovery in exports and consumer spending....
Story & photos by Patrick P. Tulfo THE looming excise tax that is poised to raise the prices of vehicles through the roof, especially in the luxury segment, didn’t deter Aston Martin Manila from unveiling the latest Vanquish S Super...
THE Philippines has a very good jungle warfare school in Ternate, Cavite, said a ranking American military official involved in the antiterrorism phase of this year’s RP-US Exercise Balikatan. The US Joint Task Force commander, Brig. Gen. John Jansen, said...
When entrepreneurs start a business, they often grapple with whether to use their own names in their company’s names. It’s one of the most important and visible decisions they may make; it’s also a highly subjective one. So, should...
THE Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (Citem), the export promotion arm of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), prepares local companies to get more export deals in the global private label market during IFEX Philippines from...
Part One THE Philippines and Indonesia are among the member-states in the Asean looking to boost bilateral economic relations from enhanced connectivity in the region. The Asean has long recognized that enhancing intraregional connectivity—through improved physical, institutional and people-to-people linkages—will...
THE Department of Trade and Industry’s Export Marketing Bureau (DTI-EMB), in partnership with DTI-Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), presented its programs and services to the participants of the Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc.-CAR (Philexport-CAR)  Strategic Planning Workshop on May 4 and...
Fortune Life Insurance Company  Inc. has sent mobile clinics to different schools nationwide to attend to the health needs of public-school  teachers. The health services are benefits provided to the teachers as members of Fortune Medicare Inc., or FortuneCare,  a...