PressONE.ph interviewed the AD Stars New Stars winners from the Philippines to ask them about their thoughts on winning the prestigious international competition and what tips they can share, especially to students of advertising, on how to make it in the industry.
A Cebuano priest serving in the diplomatic service of the Holy See has been named a monsignor by Pope Francis.
By law, SALNs must contain detailed information on an official’s real and personal properties, loans and other liabilities, and net worth as well as business interests, financial connections and relatives in government.
By law, actual copies of SALNs should be open for public inspection at reasonable hours or available for copying after 10 working days from the time they are filed.
The Messenger logo turned from a solid blue to a color gradient tone.
Apple also announced that it will no longer include EarPods and charging bricks in the box with its new iPhones.
Women should still breastfeed despite the pandemic, even those found to be positive for Covid-19, according to a Department of Health (DOH) memorandum
A rare painting by the late National Artist for Visual Art, Vicente Manansala, will go on auction in Hong Kong this December.
Learners with special education needs require face-to-face instruction but are vulnerable to the coronavirus disease. Parents and teachers have no choice but to make distance learning work.
A certain “Charvel Rebagay” who was implicated in sextortion activities turned up in the FinCEN files.
Cases related to the cyber-heist that exposed the vulnerability of the country’s financial system remain pending. Who got sued and who got cleared?
Top-secret bank records called Suspicious Activity Reports or SARs expose the human cost of laundered money.
Forbes on Wednesday reported a leak of iPhone 12 features, saying the forthcoming model would be “relatively affordable” but cost cuts could disappoint users looking for huge upgrades.
Even with the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) ravaging the country, the hardworking volunteers at the Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) continue to find homes for animals rescued from life-threatening accidents and abusive owners.
The resident drama company of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) already has a three-year production plan prepared when the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) halted everything.
The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) tapped telecommunications giant PLDT to further improve their eLearning programs with enterprise-grade online applications and connectivity solutions for their members, PLDT announced in a statement on Monday.