Metro Celebrates 30 Years Of Honoring Stylish, Independent Women

Metro Celebrates 30 Years Of Honoring Stylish, Independent Women

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Celebrate The Holidays With MMFF 2020, Globe, And Upstream

Globe and its partners also encourages moviegoers to fight online privacy.

More Than 124k Drivers, Operators Join Transport Cooperatives

A total 124,443 drivers and franchise owners and operators have joined accredited transport cooperatives ready for franchise consolidation.

Globe Recreates The Way You Learn With Special Promos

Globe introduces special Go promos for students and the GoTOK series to make quality learning and self-improvement accessible for everyone online and in real life!

Roma Point Bridge Construction In Full Swing With Republic Cement Support

Expected to be the longest bridge in Calabarzon, the Roma Point Bridge, also known as the Alabat Bridge, will be 1.7 kilometers long upon completion and will connect Alabat Island to mainland Quezon province.

On its 30th anniversary, Metro honors 30 cover girls who helped it make an impact as a lifestyle and fashion magazine over the last three decades.

These beautiful, strong and independent women have graced its pages and have inspired the female market Metro has loved and served over the last 30 years. The magazine has also been a part of their professional and personal journeys, as it bears witness to how these amazing women have overcome challenges and have transformed their lives to become role models for the Metro woman.

Join Metro as it honors extraordinary cover girls through career and personal milestones groupings — from 1989 to 1999 for Vanguards, from 1999 to 2009 for Icons, and from 2009 to 2019 for Luminaries.

The reunion kicks off with the fierce and ageless Vanguards: Angel Aquino, Charlene Gonzalez-Muhlach, Claudine Barretto, Dawn Zulueta-Lagdameo, Joey Mead King, Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, Lucy Torres-Gomez, Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski, Ruffa Gutierrez, and Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez.

SoCot Gears Up For Measles-Rubella Vaccination Drive

Health workers in South Cotabato province are gearing up for the upcoming month-long vaccination campaign for measles and rubella, which seeks to cover around 149,000 children in the area.

Zambo Norte Town Farmers Receive P4-M Machinery

Several farmer organizations in the Zamboanga del Norte town of Sindangan receives over PHP4-million farm machinery from the Department of Agriculture.

PH COVID-19 Recoveries Now 310,303

The Department of Health also logs 2,638 new confirmed cases, bringing the total number of active cases to 42,191 on Monday.

Zamboanga City Records 52 HIV Cases

The City Health Office of Zamboanga has recorded 52 HIV cases since January this year.

‘2gether’s’ Brightwin Holds Virtual Fan Meet For Pinoys In December

ABS-CBN is giving an early holiday gift to the fans of "2gether"!

DSWD Completes Assessment Of 14.4M Poor Families For Listahanan 3

The Department of Social Welfare and Development says they have completed assessing the 14.4 million poor families included in the initial list of the third-round of assessment of the “Listahanan 3” or the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction.

Pangasinan Town Mulls Localized Lockdown

Pangasinan considers a localized lockdown in some barangays due to the increase in the number of residents testing positive for COVID-19.

Palace Leaves SEA Games Probe To House Panel

Malacañang is leaving to the discretion of a House of Representatives panel whether it would investigate alleged corruption and irregularities in the use of government funds during the 30th Southeast Asian Games which the Philippines hosted in 2019.

Dar: Agri Modernization Key To Surviving Pandemic

Agriculture Secretary William Dar leads the harvesting of the different varieties of hybrid rice inside the 100-hectare demonstration farm of the Department of Agriculture in Caraga in Barangay Lemon.

IATF Notes Bacolod’s Decreasing COVID-19 Cases

“We can say that the cases are going down. Also, the mortalities have lowered. This is an indication that what the EOC is doing is really having good, positive results,” said Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF)-Visayas chief implementer Maj. Gen. Melquiades Feliciano.