Atty. Paulo Garcia, a former Honorary Consul General in Auckland, New Zealand was sworn in on Tuesday, 21 May 2019 as a list member of the parliament in New Lynn for the New Zealand National Party making him the first MP of Filipino ancestry. Prior to migrating to New Zealand, Garcia was a lawyer for… Read more »
Meeting will be on Tuesday, May 28, 6:00 PM at the Philippine Embassy.
The Department of Foreign Affairs released the new list of countries whose citizens can travel to the Philippines visa-free.
Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced on Monday 27 May 2019 their Independence Day seat sale offering domestic and international flights. Domestic flights are sold for as low as Php399 while international flights at USD89. Booking period will be on May 27 til June 2, 2019 and travel period is from June 17 to November 30, 2019.… Read more »
Bayanihan is a multi-awarded dance company, both nationally and internationally.
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The Department of Foreign Affairs posted on its official Facebook page that effective 14 May 2019 DFA will no longer issue Authentication Certificates with “red ribbon” and will instead affix an Apostille as proof of authentication to documents for use abroad. Here’s what you need to know about Apostille. 1. What is an Apostille and… Read more »
8 countries issued travel advisory following the post-election protests turned full blown riots in Jakarta on Wednesday, 22 May 2019. ASEAN countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines issued travel advisories. Tourism Ministry spokesman Guntur Sakti said on Thursday that Canada, United States, England and Australia issued similar advisories to their citizens. Australian… Read more »
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Professional Teachers (BPT) announced that 19,659 elementary teachers out of 72,054 examinees (27.28%) and 22,271 secondary teachers out of 85,823 examinees (25.95%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (L.E.T.) given last March 24, 2019 in 20 testing centers all over the Philippines. It is further announced that of the 19,659 elementary teacher passers, 5,078 are first timers and 14,581 are repeaters. For the secondary… Read more »
A Graduation Legacy: House approves bill mandating students to plant trees as graduation requirement
The Philippine House of Representatives approved on the third and final reading House Bill 8728 otherwise known as Graduation Legacy for the Environment Act which requires students graduating from elementary, high school, and college to plant 10 trees before graduation. The bill requires the trees to be planted in forestlands, mangrove and protected areas, ancestral… Read more »