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Aussie aid to PH typhoon response reaches P35-M

MANILA – The Australian government's assistance since the devastating Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses hit the Philippines reached PHP35 million, Australian Ambassador...

Joe Biden wins the election, and now has to fight the one thing Americans agree on: the nation’s deep division

By Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney A timeless tradition in political journalism is trying to find a narrative that...

US election 2020: live count of the race to the White House and state-by-state breakdown of Senate races

By Justin Bergman, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation The US has already seen record early voting in...

PH welcomes Palawan, Cebu, Boracay Travel + Leisure ranking

MANILA-- The Philippine government, through the Department of Tourism (DOT), on Tuesday, welcomed the inclusion of Palawan,...

DOT to support Manila’s new tourism circuit plan

MANILA -- The Department of Tourism (DOT) on Wednesday vowed support for City of Manila's bid to boost tourism following the introduction of...

Dive tourism, the next big thing in Camiguin

By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora | PNA CAMIGUIN, Northern Mindanao -- Keen on attracting the growing dive tourism market, the first-ever...

Philippine tourism input to GDP rises to 12.7% and creates 5.4M jobs in 2018

MANILA -- The tourism industry’s contribution to the economy reached another milestone in 2018. It increased to 12.7...

Nature-inspired adventure tourism opens in Batangas

NASUGBU, Batangas -- A new, adventure-filled, and nature-inspired treetop experience now beckons tourists and vacationers at the lush centuries-old Batulao forest here as...

Cebu Pacific cancels 160 domestic flights for May 1-10

By Ma. Cristina Arayata/PNA MANILA -- Local carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) has announced the cancellation of 160 domestic flights...

Pateros to bring ‘balut’ fame back

After a decline in its balut industry following years of urbanization, Pateros is seeking to revive its old title as the Philippines' "balut...

‘Balut’: Yucky but yummy

MANILA -- Some foreigners find it yucky but to Filipinos, "balut"(boiled duck embryo) is one...

Gov’t eyes carrying capacity limit of Philippines’ major tourist sites

MANILA-- With the limited number of tourists entering Boracay Island, the national government is now planning to set a similar carrying capacity limit in...

Aussie aid to PH typhoon response reaches P35-M

MANILA – The Australian government's assistance since the devastating Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses hit the Philippines reached PHP35 million, Australian Ambassador...

Joe Biden wins the election, and now has to fight the one thing Americans agree on: the nation’s deep division

By Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney A timeless tradition in political journalism is trying to find a narrative that...

US election 2020: live count of the race to the White House and state-by-state breakdown of Senate races

By Justin Bergman, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation The US has already seen record early voting in...

Donald Trump has COVID-19. How might this affect his chances of re-election?

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne With just a month left until the November 3 US presidential election,...

The first US presidential debate was pure chaos. Here’s what our experts thought

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne; Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney, and Sarah John, Flinders University After nearly...