A group of Filipinos is planning a protest march against the aggressive territorial claims made by China in the South China Sea.
A ranking member of the cabinet of United States President Barack Obama is set to visit the Philippines this week. United States Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker, will visit the country to strengthen the economic ties between the two nations. Part of Secretary Pritzker’s itinerary includes meetings with President Benigno Aquino III, Trade and Industry Secretary Gregory Domingo, Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima and other key Philippine government officials, according to information from the US embassy in […]
The government will release an additional Php 7.3 billion pesos for the construction of new classrooms for public schools in the country.
A new school year opens today, but public school teachers are still waiting for an increase in their salaries.
Two buses collided in Commonwealth Ave., Barangay Central resulting in 17 people injured.
The planned teachers’ protest will push through today as classes begin. This is in view of the statement of the Palace that there will be no salary increase for teachers this school year.
President Aquino finally approves the release of an almost Php 1 billion budget for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of state universities and colleges affected by Yolanda.
The Department of Education (DepED) set up an Information Assistance Center which will last till June 17. Here’s an update from Eagle News reporter Jerold Tagbo.
As more than 20 million students come back for the first day of classes, the “Day 1, Lesson 1” plan was implemented to ensure that no time is wasted for the students to learn their lessons.
As classes start, let’s find out the latest update from Eagle News reporter Juliet Caranguian.
MANILA (PNA) — The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) recorded on Sunday, June 1, the highest temperature in country so far for this year. In an interview, PAGASA weather forecaster Gener Quitlong said Tuguegarao, Cagayan experienced its hottest temperature when temperature sizzled to 40.4 degrees Celsius on Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. The latest reading surpassed the previous high of 39.8 degrees Celsius recorded last May 22 also in Tuguegarao. However, Quitlong […]
MANILA — Malacanang has called on the public to work together and observe the ‘bayanihan’ spirit in assuring an orderly school opening where some 26 million public and private school students are expected to troop back to their schools nationwide. Some 18,000 policemen will also be deployed nationwide as part of maintaining peace and order for the school opening today. “We are calling on to all citizens to execute the spirit of bayanihan in the […]