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Schools with A (H1N1) cases

Updates from DepEd’s Influenza A(H1N1) Action Center on reported cases of schools affected by the A(H1N1) virus.

Manila Times columnist dies of heart attack

Journalist  Julius Forlales Fortuna died of massive heart attack at 9 a.m. Tuesday. He was 61 years old.

ABS-CBN conducts feeding program in Leyte school

TACLOBAN CITY- About one hundred students and teachers of Kauswagan Elementary School in Palo town in Leyte province were served "pansit," bread and mineral water by the ABS-CBN News Team Tuesday.

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Father of editor dies

Former US Navy serviceman Rolando Alberto Dizon died on Thursday morning, May 14, after suffering a heart attack. He was 65.

PRC: 2,052 new midwives

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced tuesday that 2,052 out of 3,716 passed the Midwife Licensure Examination given by the Board of Midwifery in several cities last April 2009.

La Salle Araneta hosts 5th Nat'l La Sallian Schools press event

The Alliance of La Sallian Campus Journalists and Advisers (ALCJA) will be having its 5th National La Sallian Schools Press Conference 2009 (LSPCON) with its theme entitled “Environmental Journalism: A Heart of Change” to be held on the 7th -1th of May 2009 at the De La Salle Araneta University.

UST frat holds online voting for alumni officers

The University of Santo Tomas (UST) Golden Cross Saber Fraternity announced Wednesday that it had elected new alumni officers in its first-ever online voting process.

Baby with congenital heart disease needs help

A single mother from Carmen, Davao del Norte, Elmie Ma is seeking help from Bantay Bata 163 in providing the needed medical treatment for her 8 month old baby boy, Joshua.

Transit and Processing Center for needy OFWs launched

From reuniting families, to saving victims of human trafficking, to providing assistance to migrants to migrants and their families, the International Social Service Philippines or ISSP has come a long way in making lives better for Overseas Filipino Workers and the families they have left behind.
Transit and Processing Center for needy OFWs launched