To maintain improved air quality even as lockdown ends in Metro Manila, a new report says measures implemented during the lockdown must continue, like limited work arrangements and coming up with 'people-centric' urban planning designs.
As governments around the world reevaluate adoption of 5G networks being rolled out by Chinese tech giants due to security issues, the United States is enjoining its allies, including the Philippines, to consider alternatives offered by firms not influenced by China’s government.
The solar eclipse — which was partially visible in the country — has provided a visual spectacle for some families celebrating Father’s Day on Sunday, despite the ongoing threat posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Running out of new things to try while locked up due to this health crisis? How about trying urban gardening? If you aren’t very comfortable about it yet, there are those who can help, such as this group from Cebu City who call themselves Plant Buddy PH.
“I’m friendly to them, but not too friendly. I never engage in any real, much less lengthy, conversation with any one of them.” The senator, who entered her third year in detention on drug trafficking charges in February, said she didn’t dare partake of food rations from her custodians, either.
His fathers, fashion designer Ito Curata and his partner, ex-banker Bob Miller, died within a month of each other last March and April, both apparent early victims of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), leaving Taj, their only child, an orphan.
The Philippines has seen its needs for electricity steadily increase over the years just as the government wants to bring electricity to all the country’s 107 million residents by 2022. At the same time, the country wants to wean itself off coal-fired power plants, which have been a mainstay of domestic electricity generation.
When President Rodrigo Duterte announced the Covid-19 lockdown and enhanced community quarantines, our family was blessed to be in Palawan. From a remote island, we made our way to the Tao Philippines main basecamp. Tao is a community that is addressing all the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
According to MentalHelp.net, triggers are external events or circumstances that may produce very uncomfortable emotional or psychiatric symptoms, such as anxiety, panic, discouragement, despair, or negative self-talk. These could be anything — from dates, news, smells, trauma, neglect, physical illnesses, frightening news events, etc.
Online sellers earning less than P250,000 a year would not have to pay income tax, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said Wednesday, June 17, as it defended its circular reminding the group to register and pay tax.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said yesterday that the estimated six million big and small online sellers of goods and services are required to register at the nearest district office on or before July 31.