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Clark Airport Suspends All Commercial Flights Effective April 3

Commercial flights at the Clark International Airport have been suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

PAL Halts International Flights From March 26 To April 14

The continuing challenges brought by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) to the airline industry have prompted flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) to suspend temporarily...

UAE Suspends Entry Of All Visa Holders Outside The State

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has suspended the entry of all valid visa holders including residency visa holders, who are currently out of the...

PAL To Transport Stranded Foreigners Out Of Cebu

Philippine Airlines (PAL) is mounting sweeper flights to ferry stranded foreigners out of Cebu, its spokesperson said on Thursday. "Sweeper flights are being carried out...

Taiwan Imposes Ban On Entry Of Foreigners Starting March 19

Foreign nationals are temporarily barred from entering Taiwan starting Thursday (March 19) amid the continued global spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). In an advisory,...

Immune System Repair And Strengthening Program At The Farm

There are many different methods to stay healthy and when it comes to fighting infections, one of the best ways is to improve the...

AirAsia To Mount Recovery Flights To Puerto Princesa

Amid air travel restrictions implemented by the local government of Puerto Princesa from March 15 to April 14 in the wake of the coronavirus...

PAL Cancels Doha-Manila Flights; No Advisory From Qatar Airways

The Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Monday canceled its flights between Manila and Doha, while the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said Qatar Airways has...

A Closer Look Into Boracay Island

The island of Boracay has once been hailed as the world’s best by “Travel+Leisure” magazine in 2012—only one of the many recognitions this famous...

10 Funny "Enough With Selfies" Photos That Will Make You LOL

Obsessed with selfies? Check out how Ralp and Jenica turned selfies into a show of endearment and loving gestures one photo at a time...

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Yes, Art Can Help Us Get Through This Pandemic

This pandemic has truly changed the way we live. Most of us discovered new hobbies and passions just to keep ourselves busy during these difficult times.

Mayor Isko: 3 Manila Key Officials Positive For COVID-19

One of the saddest moments of Manila City: Mayor Isko on Monday announced that 3 ranking officials have tested positive for COVID-19.

Sen. Gatchalian: Penalize Distribution Utilities That Will Fail To Comply With Advisories

GATCHALIAN: “What action or steps have you taken to penalize those who don’t follow your advisories and to help our consumers get refunds?”

Gearing Up For 5G: What’s Real And What’s Not?

Globe has debunked 5 common misconceptions about 5G! Did you know some people think it is related to the spread of COVID-19?

Garmin Partners Physioq To Support And Accelerate COVID-19 Research

Neo helps users and family members keep track of their vitals including blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), heart rate, respiration rate, sleep and body temperature.

DOST Grants Community In Sibugay 1.4M For Livelihood Equipment

Members of the Balagon Alsa-Masa Service Provider Association (BAMSPA) recently received a Science and Technology grant worth 1.4M for the acquisition of a Rice and Corn Mill equipment.

ABS-CBN Vows That It Will Continue To Be A Responsible Content Producer

VIDANES: "It's not about us, it's about the people we serve, and that's what we've dedicated our lives to. We will continue to improve that service."

Self-Care Is Essential, Now And Always

Who says self-care has to be postponed this quarantine?

Latest Appliances From XTREME To Gear Your Home This New Normal

Check out XTREME's new line of appliances that promotes productivity and efficiency at its best price!

Mayor Angelo: Tacurong City To Welcome More LSIs, ROFs

Preparations are in place as the local government of Tacurong City is about to welcome residents listed as locally stranded individuals (LSIs) via buses that traveled by land from Metro Manila.