Month: August 2022
After the Cavite provincial government wrapped up the 60-day Swiss challenge, a consortium led by business tycoons Virata, Yuchengco, and Tan, is set to be granted the contract for the construction and operation of the Sangley Point International Airport (SPIA) project in September.
A probe is underway over allegations of teachers sexually harassing students at Bacoor National High School.
COVID-19 vaccination is no longer a requisite for college students and personnel who intend to attend face-to-face classes, according to CHED chairman Prospero de Vera.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, more than 28 million public school students finally attended the first day of classes for the new school year inside their classrooms last Monday, August 22.
President Marcos Jr. appears unconcerned about the two contentious and historical events that forced his family away decades ago.
To ensure inclusive education, the Department of Education (DepEd) CALABARZON released a memorandum for a gender-responsive learning environment for students and all teaching personnel in the region.
Inimungkahi ni Sen. Raffy Tulfo na patawan ng buwis upang gawing legal ang pagpapasok ng mga ukay-ukay sa bansa.
Isang residente ang namatay samantalang dalawang kasama nito ay nakaligtas at nagtamo lamang ng mga sugat matapos tamaan ng kidlat sa Trece Martires City, pasado alas-4 ng hapon ng Huwebes, Agosto 18.
A total of 34 Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs) from the Cavite Provincial Jail graduated from the Alternative Learning System (ALS) on Thursday, August 11 in Trece Martires City.