Paghusayin mo pa, Judge Nelda Montesa

HINDI na tayo nagtataka mga kabayan na matapos ilabas ni Manila RTC Branch 46 presiding judge, Hon. Rainelda ‘Nelda’ Estacio-Montesa ang kanyang hatol na ‘guilty’ dito kina Maria Rehas, ehek, Ressa, at, researcher/writer, Reynaldo Santos Jr. ng “Rappler” noong Lunes, siya naman ang “pinutakti” at “nilapastangan” ng mga komunista, mga pekeng peryodista at iba pang sanay nang “sumalaula” sa ating mga batas at proseso, sa loob at labas ng bansa.

Housing industry

June 18, 2020
PEOPLE get this feeling that the housing industry will touch the uptrend with the recent resumption of construction works in public and private infrastructure projects in the Philippines.

Internet inhibitors

June 17, 2020
And so fully agree with and arrongly support a very discerning lady lawmaker in decrying the government's seeming lack of urgency in improving the slow internet speed in the country amid a clear global shift to digital solutions that could keep life going in the time of 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic.

School Year 2020-21 can be so messy

Every school opening is usually plagued with lack of teachers, classrooms, and textbooks. But this school year is vastly different – so many daunting challenges beset the shift to digital and distance learning to replace traditional face-to-face classes amid the pandemic.

PNP’s ‘rotten eggs’

June 17, 2020
WITH still 24 months before the end of his six-year administration, tough-talking President Duterte is still hopeful of sending to jail the “rotten eggs” in the Philippine National Police (PNP).

Globe debunks 5G myths based on experts’ opinions and studies

AS the world uses technology to face the new normal, there are also great efforts to malign technology and sow fear in the people’s mind. These emerging technologies will always be the favorite subject of malicious and unfounded claims. In recent weeks, 5G have been the subject of such claims in different parts of the world including the United States and in Europe.

Nestlé PH delivers Kasambuhay Kits to LGUs, NGOs for 1M families amid COVID-19

AS part of its P500 million Kasambuhay ng Pamilyang Pilipino program, Nestlé Philippines has completed the delivery of Kasambuhay Kits consisting of Nestlé products, which various local government units (LGUs) and non-government organizations (NGOs), as well as the Department of Agriculture in Regions 10 and 12, are now distributing to one million families in 100 cities and municipalities nationwide. Distribution of the Kasambuhay Kits is ongoing in the National Capital Region, other areas in Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao, including locations where Nestlé has a presence. Beneficiaries include 10,000 coffee farmers’ families in Bukidnon and Sultan Kudarat under the Nescafé Plan.