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Editorial | Communities make the difference

HIV/AIDS continues to hound mankind. In the Philippines, statistics of infection have become so alarming – more than our neighboring countries. Last Sunday, the world…

Editorial | Alarming

As the world commemorated the World Aids Day yesterday, health authorities in the city pressed the panic button over the ballooning of the Human Immunodeficiency…

Editorial | Let the games begin

Despite the controversy hounding the hosting of the country of the Southeast Asian Games, the opening of the biennial meet is set to take place…

Editorial | Rethinking strategy

The newly-designated regional director of the Police Regional Office, Brig. Gen. Filmore Escobal, has his hands full as the unit has filed 265 cases filed…

Editorial | On investing and the masses

The Bureau of Treasury on Monday started rolling out, through six banks, the so-called Premyo bonds, an investment instrument that is intended to help ordinary…

Editorial | Clear policies

The controversy created by the order to run after those using electronic cigarette (vapes) in public must be addressed. Several officials, including those in local…

Editorial | Minimizing the greed

About a decade ago, an infamous phrase was coined during the controversy surrounding the proposed National Broadband Network project which was supposed to be undertaken…

Editorial | Protecting the teachers

The plight of a teacher and a popular television program have become among the most shared issues online after relatives of a child went to…

Editorial | Business hybrid

“Having social impact built into your business model allows you to live your life on purpose,” reads a tweet from Forbes Women. In these times…

Editorial | Boon or bane?

Finally, the government, through the Independent Electricity Market Operator of the Philippines, will start operating the wholesale electricity spot market (WESM), after so many years…

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