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Pinoy students win world math contest in HK

Pinoy students win world math contest in HK

Eight elementary students bagged a number of medals and a trophy in a world math competition held in Hong Kong. The Grade 5 students won two silver, four bronze medals in the individual category, while four silver medals in the group category at the 22nd Po Leung Kuk...

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3 construction workers stand at attention for national anthem

3 construction workers stand at attention for national anthem

Inspiring stories are not just about sacrifices and success but simple, random acts of patriotism, too. A photo from an ABS-CBN News Bayan Patroller shared this photo that says a lot about the love for one’s country not being cliché. Amid the blazing heat of the sun...

Labor chief says dysmenorrhea leave possible if employers agree

Labor chief says dysmenorrhea leave possible if employers agree

Labor Chief Silvestre Bello said he is open to the possibility of granting a special leave for women suffering from menstrual cramps or dysmenorrhea. However, Bello was quick to clarify in an interview with ABS-CBN News that it's still an employee-employer bargaining...

People who complain a lot are bad for your health – study

People who complain a lot are bad for your health – study

DUBAI: We always come across constant complainers in the work place. But did you know that even just half-an-hour of complaining a day physically damages a person’s brain, be it the complainant or the listener? This according to a recent report from Fast Company, an...

Former Japan Airlines boss walks the walk on setting good example

Former Japan Airlines boss walks the walk on setting good example

DUBAI: A former airline CEO has been turning millennials on their head, skipping perks and living life in all its simplicities rather than high rolling it. Haruka Nishimatsu, president and CEO of Japan Air around 2009, implied he was not just romanticizing it; rather,...

Fresh grad thanks rooster for waking her up every day

Fresh grad thanks rooster for waking her up every day

DUBAI: In this era of “Lion King,” “Finding Nemo,” “Ice Age” and “Madagascar,” this fresh grad’s story is a winner! Maria Kristine Neeve Cambel, a 20-year-old student who graduated with a degree of BS Psychology from Cavite State University in Indang, Cavite, is...

Lito Ramirez: From sniffing Rugby to playing rugby

Lito Ramirez: From sniffing Rugby to playing rugby

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine rugby star Lito Ramirez was once into a different kind of Rugby, a brand name, in fact, for contact cement that he used to sniff when he was a six-year-old orphan, living in the streets, begging from motorists when the traffic light...

“Handsome” goat goes viral on Facebook

Usually the word “handsome” only applies to a man or a boy. But in Perak Malaysia, netizens can’t get over with photos of a billy or male goat. The now viral photos was posted by Muhammad Livestock Farm page on Facebook on July 6, with netizens describing the goat...

Pinoy nurse helps mother deliver baby on a plane goes viral

A 25- year old Filipino nurse did not expect he would be practicing his profession on board a plane. Francis Dominic Mendoza, who is from Bgy. Tangub in Bacolod city was on a plane when a 37-week-pregnant Filipina went into labor. The plane was traversing Thailand to...

Mother’s prayer saves ‘brain dead’ son

Eighteen-year-old Gandham Kiran in India who was declared brain dead came to life after her mother prayed for a miracle. According to reports, Kiran was suffering from dengue and jaundice and was also detected to be hepatitis B positive. He was brought to a hospital...

Meet Daniela Mondragon-Bartolome of Cebu

Photos of a three-year-old adorable kid from Carcar City, Cebu are circulating online as she dons a red dress similar to Daniela Mondragon-Bartolome's wardrobe, a character in ABS-CBN afternoon teleserye “Kadenang Ginto”. The three-year-old cutie was identified as...

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LOOK: Cargo vessel capsizes off San Fernando, Cebu

LOOK: Cargo vessel capsizes off San Fernando, Cebu

A cargo vessel capsized off SEDC Port in San Fernando, Cebu at around 4:40 pm, Tuesday, June 25. All of its 12 crew were rescued by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)-Central Visayas. Lt. Jr. Grade Michael John Encina, spokesman of the Philippine Coast Guard in Central...

Biggest PH Independence Day celebration in UAE’s history

Biggest PH Independence Day celebration in UAE’s history

DUBAI: For the first time in UAE’s history, two of the country’s top tourist destinations, namely Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower; and Dubai Festival City Mall, displayed a light show on Philippine Independence Day. For the first time as well, major parks in...

Duterte signs ‘Magna Carta for the Poor’

Duterte signs ‘Magna Carta for the Poor’

DUBAI: Staying true to his campaign promise three years ago on effecting changes for the common good of the Filipino people, President Duterte, who has further consolidated his grip on power with the recently-concluded midterm polls and apparently determined on...

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