Royal Caribbean Cruise team impressed with Subic potential

    SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — Officials of one of the biggest cruise ship liners in the world came out visibly impressed after visiting the Subic Bay area over the weekend to gauge its potential in the international cruise tourism scene.

Duterte wants idle lands in military camps leased

    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO — President Rodrigo Duterte has disclosed his desire to have idle lands in military camps and bases leased immediately to private investors for commercial purposes.

Subic Bay named Asia’s ‘Fastest Growing Free Trade Zone’

    The Subic Bay Freeport Zone has again gained international attention when it garnered two awards in the International Finance Awards 2017 given out by the London-based International Finance Magazine (IFM), a financial market information group.

De Lima alarmed over rising HIV, Aids cases among youth

      ANGELES CITY — Senator Leila M. de Lima has expressed alarm over the rising number of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (Aids) incidence among Filipinos specially among those belonging to the age group 15-34.

Philippines still in demand as ESL tour destination, DOT says

    Tourism Secretary Wanda Corazon T. Teo said ESL study in the Philippines is one of the most in-demand programs worldwide, catering to Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese and Korean clients. The Philippines is considered the world’s third-largest English-speaking nation.

More Filipinos acquire HIV through paid sex

    MANILA, Philippines –  More men in the Philippines have acquired human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) because of paid sex, a report from the Department of Health (DOH) shows.