A WORKER of the National Parks Development Committee cleans the Flower Clock at the Rizal Park in Manila, a day after President Aquino signed a law setting the Philippine Standard Time, yesterday. (Photo by Michael Varcas)
Atheists should be seen as good people if they do good, Pope Francis said on Wednesday in his latest urging that people of all religions – or no religion – work together.
MEMBERS of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) rescue team, clad in fatigue uniforms, board a truck for their deployment in Manila to help clear the sidewalks of vendors and other obstructions. (Photo by KJ Rosales)
SENATOR Manny Villar and Senator-elect Cynthia Villar check the plastic school chairs, finish product of the Waste Plastic Recycling Factory in Barangay Ilaya, Las Pinas, which they inaugurated yesterday morning. The factory turns plastic wastes into durable school chairs that could last up to 20 years. (Photo by Linus Guardian Escandor II)
SINGER Richard Poon and actress Maricar Reyes are eyeing to tie the knot in an “exclusive” wedding some time this year.
GRANDMASTER Darwin Laylo (seated, left) is locked in a battle with GM Li Shilong of China during the sixth round of the Manny Pacquiao Cup Asian Continental Chess Championship at the Midas Hotel and Casino. Watching the game (from left) are GM Mark Paragua, NCFP executive-director Jayson Gonzales, NCFP secretary-general Cavite Rep. Bambol Tolentino and NCFP director - Rommel Tacorda.
MIAMI Heat guard Dwyane Wade battles for a lose ball against Indiana Pacers guard George Hill during the third quarter of Game 1 in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Indiana Pacers against the Miami Heat in Miami. (AP photo)
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Berlin (dpa) – It should be no surprise to find CMOS sensors in DX format in Nikon’s single-lens reflex cameras. But the company’s high quality compact Coolpix A also has a big sensor, measuring 23.6 x 15.6 millimeters, with a resolution of 16.2 megapixels.
The company has opted to skip an optic lowpass filter or zoom. But the autofocus lens includes a 28-millimetre...
Manila, Philippines – Things are no longer like what they used to be. With climate change and damages to our environment, many things about our weather are different now.
The absence of a typhoon or a storm does not mean we can go on with our usual activities. Heavy rains alone, just like what we experienced last week, can disrupt classes and work and pose danger to our safety.
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Manila, Philippines – The amount of rainfall recorded at the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) weather station in Quezon City was almost double the monthly average rainfall in July.
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A new fly discovered in Thailand is the world’s smallest. It is five times smaller than a fruit fly and tinier than a grain of salt (0.4 millimeters) in length — half the size of the smallest “no see-ums”. It probably also feeds on tiny ants, likely decapitating them and using their head casings as its home.
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PARIS (AFP) – The vast swirl of plastic waste floating in the North Pacific has grown 100-fold over the last 40 years, according to a research paper published Wednesday.
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MANILA, Philippines — It is a gift befitting a hero of his stature.
For his 150th birth anniversary, our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal received a special gift in the form of the one-piso commemorative Rizal coin.
A special collaboration between the Rizal Foundation and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the coin features one of the most popular portraits of Rizal.
The BSP produced...