In a statement, the firm said this newest landmark with almost 38,000 square meters (sqm.) of gross floor area (GFA) is located at the heart of the downtown area along La Purisima Street.
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Stakeholders meet, agree on Jan. 25 polls
The creation of a new volleyball federation is in the works as the Philippine Olympic Committee scheduled the election of its officers on Jan. 25 at the East Ocean Seafoods Restaurant in Parañaque City.
Many problems face new MMDA chairman
Former Mandaluyong City Mayor Benjamin “Benhur” Abalos assumed his new position chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) last Tuesday, taking over from Danilo Lim who died last week from cardiac arrest a week after contracting COVID-19.
Rodgers-led Packers, Bills advance in NFL playoffs
PACKERS VS TOM BRADY
Harden in explosive debut
Historic triple-double for Net acquisition behind KD’s 42 pts
Bata Reyes' family mulls charges
Efren “Bata” Reyes and his family are considering filing legal charges against persons responsible for spreading “fake news” last Saturday that the Filipino pool legend has died.
WHAT YOU ARE I WAS, WHAT I AM YOU WILL BE
It’s a new world and, once this pandemic is over, it will be a newer world. Maybe today’s young are nothing like the young of previous generations. Maybe, we should leave them alone
Sto. Niño, Panagbenga festivities canceled
Festive ceremonies to mark the Feast of Santo Niño around the country and the Panagbenga Festival this year have been cancelled as the country continues to grapple with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
RENT A SCOOTER TO TRAVEL AROUND BGC
PSA: You can now use the Philippines’ first ever bike and e-scooter sharing platform in Bonifacio Global City
Harden ready for ‘unselfish' role with Nets
NEW YORK (AFP) — James Harden said Friday he is confident of fitting in alongside new Brooklyn Nets teammates Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving after completing his blockbuster trade from the Houston Rockets.
A show of faith during this pandemic
The annual Traslacion has long been a big part of the Feast of the Black Nazarene held every January 9, marking the return of the image from Intramuros to its shrine at Quiapo Church. This year the massive procession was cancelled lest it spread the deadly COVID-19 pandemic which thrives on mass gatherings.
The other viral outbreak
Different vaccines against COVID-19 are finally coming out, promising an end to this once-in-a-century global scourge. There is another viral pestilence, however, that continues to call for urgent containment.
BIFF bandits attack Maguindanao town
MAGUINDANAO – Around 50 members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) attacked Datu Piang town shortly before midnight on Thursday.
The Ministry of Friendship
I’ve never had a priest friend before,” a college student once told me. I cherish working with college students because I was once like them.
A FERN AND LYCOPHYTE EXPERT DISCOVERED AN ENDEMIC PITCHER PLANT
FERNS (Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta) are non-flowering vascular plants that have true roots, stems, and complex leaves. Another difference that it has from flowering plants is that it doesn’t reproduce through seeds but rather through spores.
ROSEMARY LOW considers the Philippine hanging parrot and its numerous subspecies – some of which ought to be considered full species and deserve urgent protection
Partners Left The Corporate World To Pursue A Successful Agricultural Social Enterprise
FARM-TO-FOLK is a social enterprise that aims to educate and empower local farmers. Adrienne Tan, and her partner, Carl Lee, the people behind Farm-to-Folk, believe that the Philippines has a really good potential for agricultural growth, and they want farmers to know that.
Young Guys Beat The Old Guards In Agri-Chem Business
WHEN OUR ADVERTISING account executive at Agriculture Magazine, suggested that we interview the founder of a very successful company that distributes crop protection chemicals and plant nutrition products in Isabela, we readily accepted the suggestion. After all, we love to write about success stories related to farming.
Couple's Chili Sauce Business Helped Their Davao Oriental Community Rise Above Adversity
THE ABILITY of the Filipinos to rise up after every adversity has been proven time and again. That despite major calamities, almost everyone could still manage to offer a warm smile and see the goodness in everything. And the couple behind Ayana’s Siling Kinamayo, together with the hundreds of families in the Mindanao region, particularly in Davao Oriental, could very well epitomize this trait.