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Brawn drain: Exodus of workers in construction, hospitality sectors seen after TVET—study

An exodus of workers in the construction and hospitality sectors is inevitable upon gaining their qualifications through the Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET),...

AI, 3D eyed for bone treatment

Filipino researchers are looking at artificial intelligence (AI) and 3D printing as possible solutions for bone-related challenges, according to the Department of Science and...

Filipino researchers eye AI, 3D printing for bone repair

Filipino researchers are looking at artificial intelligence and 3D printing as possible solutions for bone-related challenges, according to the Department of Science and Technology...

UniTeam ‘divorce’ inevitable — analyst

Divorce was eventually inevitable for the Marcos-Duterte “marriage of convenience,” a political analyst said Monday. This came after the rift between the top political families...

A season for tradition and cheer

Many of the Christmas traditions practiced by Filipinos can be traced to the Spanish colonial regime. According to Dr. Nestor de Castro of the University...

DOH wary of ‘COVID-like’ China infections

The Department of Health said the bacterial infection causing a surge in respiratory illness in China seemingly manifests like COVID-19. Health Undersecretary Eric Tayag said...

LGUs, schools suspend F2F classes as 3-day strike starts

The Department of Education (DepEd) said Sunday it will leave it to local governments to decide whether to suspend classes to cope with a...

Radio anchor shot dead during live broadcast

By Vince Lopez, Gabriellea Pariño, Charles Dantes and Rio N. Araja A radio anchor was shot and killed while doing a live broadcast inside his own...

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