MANILA, Philippines – Filipino Valorant Players Kelly "shirazi" Jaudian, Alexandria "Alexy" Francisco and Camille "Kamiyu" Enriquez are ready to conquer the world stage in the upcoming Valorant Game Changers Championship in Sao Paolo, Brazil from November 28 to December 3.
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FOR upholding environmental sustainability, the SN Aboitiz Power-Magat (SNAP-Magat) in Region 2 (Cagayan Valley) was awarded the Gawad Luntian special citation at the Department of Labor and Employment's (DoLE) Productivity Awards during the recently held official ceremony held at the Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria in Quezon City.
DOF spearheads efforts in advancing high-quality and cost-effective infrastructure in PH through PPPs
Through the leadership of Finance Secretary Benjamin E. Diokno, the Department of Finance (DOF)’s Privatization and Corporate Affairs Group (PCAG) has spearheaded efforts to improve the Philippines’ public-private partnership (PPP) policy environment to pave the way for high-quality and cost-effective infrastructure.
Pasay Eco-City reclamation given the green light after complying with requirements, says DENR – Presidential Communications Office
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said Wednesday that the two projects of the Pasay Eco-City Reclamation have been given the green light to resume reclamation activities after complying with the required documentation.
MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources confirmed on Wednesday that it has allowed two Pasay City reclamation projects to continue — among the first reclamation activities to resume in Manila Bay since the president ordered a suspension in August.
ROME, Italy — Pope Francis cancelled his upcoming trip to Dubai for the COP28 climate talks Tuesday, on the advice of doctors concerned over his recent flu-like symptoms, the Vatican said.
The Philippine government and the National Democratic Front's (NDF) decision to forge a peaceful resolution to end the armed conflict is a breakthrough that should help propel us to having a peaceful and progressive country.
MANILA, Philippines — A group that keeps its own record of sexual harassment incidents in schools said that there is “no way” that just 70 sexual abuse incidents have taken place on Philippine campuses since 2022.