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San Antonio de Padua Church in Laguna now a national shrine

By Christina Hermoso Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP)…

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BFP deploys fire marshals to help in assessing damage to metro structures

By Chito Chavez  The Bureau of Fire and Protection (BFP)…

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MWSS imposes P500-M fine on Manila Water for violating concession provisions

By Madelaine Miraflore  Manila Water Company Inc.'s failure to maintain…

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DILG orders local execs to oversee damage assessment in earthquake-affected areas

By Chito Chavez After ordering the inspection of all structures…

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QC, Pasay tagged as ‘areas of concern’ in May polls

By Philippine News Agency MANILA -- While there are no election…
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The Big One to spare Caloocan

By Minka Klaudia Tiangco Caloocan City is in no immediate…
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Three tectonic quakes shake Siargao, Agusan

By Mike Crismundo BUTUAN CITY - Three mild tectonic earthquakes shook…

San Antonio de Padua Church in Laguna now a national shrine

By Christina Hermoso Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP)…

Fire razes 10 houses in Bacolod

By Glazyl Masculino BACOLOD CITY - A late afternoon fire…

North Korea’s Kim arrives in Russia for summit with Putin

By Agence France-Presse North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed…
Political leaders and tech company executives have been called to a meeting in Paris to commit to a pledge the "Christchurch Call" designed to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online

NZealand, France announce bid to end violent extremism online

By Agence France-Presse New Zealand and France will bring together…
FILE PHOTO: New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks during a news conference in Christchurch, New Zealand March 28, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su

New Zealand PM says no intelligence linking Sri Lanka attacks to Christchurch

By Reuters WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda…
Satellites are used to measure ice loss in Greenland (AFP/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Researchers calculate decades of ‘scary’ Greenland ice melting

By Agence France-Presse Measuring melting ice is a…
Philippine National Police Chief Director Oscar Albayalde (Kevin Tristan Espiritu / MANILA BULLETIN)

Take care of Earth in your own little way – PNP

By Martin Sadongdong  Conserve electricity and water, plant…
Senator Loren Legarda (Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN)

Legarda calls for stronger biodiversity protection to prevent further loss of species

By Hannah Torregoza  Senator Loren Legarda on Sunday…
A jeweller works on a ring in an ethical gold jewellery workshop in Paris on February 18, 2019. - Combining attractive and sustainable: this is the credo of a growing number of jewellers, who are putting forth their use of 'ethical', or 'ecological' gold for their jewels in an abundance of labels and specialized suppliers. Chopard was the first big name to announce a purveyance in '100% ethical' gold for its jewels and watches creation in 2018. (Photo by Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

The ethical gold rush: Gilded age for guilt-free jewelry

By Agence France-Presse Forget how many carats --…