COMMISSION on Higher Education Chairperson Prospero De Vera yesterday urged universities and colleges nationwide to review and strengthen their security measures in the wake of Sunday’s bombing at the Mindanao State University-Marawi City campus that left four dead and 50 injured.
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SEVENTEEN people died after a passenger bus plunged into a deep ravine in Hamtic town in Antique on Tuesday afternoon, officials said yesterday.
Press Release - Bong Go on recent strong earthquakes that hit Mindanao and Luzon: 'It's an eye opener. We need to always be prepared'
In the wake of the recent earthquakes in various parts of the country, Senator Christopher 'Bong' Go has highlighted the urgent need for regular earthquake drills and the establishment of the Department of Disaster Resilience (DDR).
MANILA, Philippines — Philippine tourism was experiencing a good ride and gaining more momentum when the COVID-19 pandemic happened, and travel, just like everything else, came to an abrupt halt.
MANILA, Philippines — World Teachers’ Day is celebrated every October 5 to honor the dedicated educators who shape the future of the world. It provides an opportunity to reflect on the qualities that make an outstanding teacher and the positive impact these qualities have on the lives of students.
MANILA: A passenger bus lost control while negotiating a downhill curve in a central Philippine mountain village and plunged into a deep ravine, killing at least 16 people and injuring 12 others, officials said Wednesday. Eight of the wounded in the accident, which happened Tuesday afternoon in Hamtic town in the province of Antique, were in critical condition at a local hospital, officials said.
MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Higher Education has asked all higher education institutions (HEIs) to review their safety and security measures following the bombing incident that ripped through the gymnasium of the Mindanao State University during a Catholic mass on Sunday.