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Breeze brings back EcoProject to schools this 2022

Over the last several years, the Philippines has been subject to multiple ecological crises, including flash floods, landslides, and other disasters. While forces of nature are unpredictable, damage to property and lives can somehow be avoided or at least reduced if only preventive measures are done diligently—and not just by the government or a few organizations but all sectors of our society.

UST eyes building molecular hub for students

This will be headed by clergy-scientist Rev. Fr. Nicanor Pier Giorgio Austriaco

Ayala Foundation, U-Go launch scholarship for women

In line with its commitment to supporting the education sector

Earthquake kills more than 5,000 in Turkey, Syria

PARIS, France – An international team of codebreakers said Wednesday they have found and deciphered the long-lost secret letters of 16th-century monarch Mary, Queen of Scots, one of the most argued-over figures in British history.

Check out the next generation of smart skin care

New smart treatment and cleansing device offers a connected experience for personalized treatments and superior skin care

Jinggoy Buensuceso—‘the art world is boiling’

Casa Bella hosts a limited run exhibit that bends space/time -  and exposes everything in between

Watsons is giving more reasons to smile this Christmas 

More points to earn, free gifts to claim, and big prizes up for grabs

World Vision Philippines releases book for 65th anniversary

World Vision child sponsors and donors help about 1.5 million of our most vulnerable children