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‘More jabs into arms' key to effective containment
For the second half of June, Metro Manila and Bulacan shall be under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) “with some restrictions” while the rest of the areas under the National Capitol Region (NCR) plus bubble remain under GCQ “with heightened restrictions.”
Saso rises to No. 8 in world rankings
A week after ruling the US Women’s Open golf championship, Yuka Saso has moved up a spot higher in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, now occupying the eighth spot.
DepEd confirms errors in learning modules
After validating with concerned regional and division offices, the Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday, June 14, confirmed that it was able to find 155 errors in learning materials distributed to students under the distance learning set-up implemented this school year.
Pandemic turns Pangasinan town into cassava capital
National government pledges support
China warns NATO it won't ‘sit back' if challenged by bloc
China warned the North Atlantic Treaty Organization it won’t “sit back” in the face of any challenges, illustrating the potential for tensions to escalate while the US tries to convince its allies to take a tougher approach to the Asian nation.
Netanyahu Ousted As Israel's PM By 1 Vote
JERUSALEM (AFP) – A mot-ley alliance of Israeli parties on Sunday ended Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 straight years as prime minister, as parliament voted in a new government led by his former ally, right-wing Jewish nationalist Naftali Bennett.
Cafe In San Pablo Uses Edible Straw Made Of Rice And Tapioca
San Pablo, Laguna - A coffee shop in Sampalok Lake is gaining attention for using edible straws for cold drinks.
No Decision Yet On Kai Suiting Up In Qualifiers
The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas said plenty of factors will be determined before Gilas Pilipinas decides whether to play Kai Sotto as early as the first game of the resumption of the FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers.
Baguio Opens Economy Anew Due To Losses Worth Billions In Tourism
BAGUIO CITY – For the ninth time, Mayor Benjamin Magalong is urging residents and visitors to strictly adhere to Minimum Public Health Standards (MPHS) as protection against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Putting More Sense Into Regulations On Bike Lanes
Let us be reminded once again of the value of the bicycle, the simple yet efficient means of active transport. The pandemic and its social limitations have thrust bicycles to the forefront as one of the most accessible and possibly safest ways to get around the city or neighborhood.
BUKIDNON PLANT NURSERY IS THE BREAD AND BUTTER OF ITS FOUNDING FAMILY
A PLANT NURSERY is a place where plants are propagated and grown to a desired age until it can be transplanted or sold. For a family in Northern Mindanao, a plant nursery is their primary source of income that has gotten them through life and trying times.
From the Ashes
Much like the Phoenix that must burn in order to rise, there is no great success without great failure. Tatler Philippines speaks to five notable personalities with compelling stories, who share the valuable lessons they’ve learnt from their darkest hours