The Commission of Appointments has confirmed the ad interim appointment of Secretary Francisco P. Tiu Laurel Jr. as Secretary of Agriculture on December 5.
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Considering that schools were under lockdown for about two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with education shifting to remote learning, the results of the Program for International Student Assessment taken in 2022 were not unexpected. Education officials had in fact debated whether the country should undergo the assessment again, four years after the PISA conducted in 2018 showed dismal learning competencies among Filipino 15-year-old students.
MANILA, Philippines — Sometimes, Pinay go-getters disregard the impact dandruff can have on their confidence.
NEW YORK (AP) — The highly-anticipated trailer for Grand Theft Auto VI arrived a little early after a copy was leaked online.
Almost every parent wants what is best for their children. It’s also common for parents to believe that they know what is best for their children. Sometimes that confidence comes from how we were raised – whether it’s because we want to emulate our parents or want to avoid their mistakes – and other times it comes from our own experiences and our own research.
Hello everyone, I am so happy that we're here together, not the usual Senate people. We have our guests. And when we have our guests, it allows us to have a broader audience.
BEIJING, China — A Hong Kong court on Monday gave Chinese property giant Evergrande until the end of January to put together a restructuring plan, offering the embattled firm much-needed breathing room as it teeters on the brink of bankruptcy.
MANILA, Philippines — Disaster movies are most often mainstream draws, but there are several titles that deserve a place at such prestigious film festivals such as the annual Cannes.