technology News

Homeowner Discovers Innovative Solution for Intermittent Flooding

Alacar Testimonial

Flooding has always been one of the Philippine’s major natural disaster problem. A homeowner in Quezon City discovers an innovative solution for the disastrous situation.

DOST transfer to Clark

DOST Region 3 director Julius Sicat

Plans are underway for the transfer of the DOST to Clark Freeport Zone. This is under the plans of President Rodrigo Duterte to decongest Metro Manila.

BCDA breaks ground for the new administration building and other top stories for the week.

Trending Klipps

BCDA begins constructing the new administration building, United States, Japan, Korea to study Benham Rise, Kuwait seeks lifting of OFW deployment suspension, DFA opens 118,000 passport appointment slots, Philippines retains EU export perks despite ‘extrajudicial killings’—all of this in this week’s Trending Klipps!

Tourism spikes in PH in spite of Mayon’s eruption


Mount Mayon spews ashes and lava flows, TNC service hatchback vehicles phase out, passport appointment slots want restored, tourist visitors increased, constitutional amendments to be tackled —all of this in this week’s Trending Klipps!

This week’s trending: New Speed Limit in EDSA, Messenger for Kids, and 43rd MMFF Parade of Stars


WATCH: To ensure the safety of motorists in EDSA, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) sets a new speed limit in this busiest thoroughfare in Manila.

Meanwhile, Facebook launches its child-friendly chatting app called Messenger kids.

As for entertainment news, the 43rd Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Parade of Stars will be held this year in Muntinlupa, as the city is celebrating its 100th year foundation anniversary.

Gearing up against natural calamities,
School engineers organize in Manila

flood control forum 2017 speakers

METRO MANILA – For the first time, engineers working in Manila’s prime universities initiated an organization that would tackle disaster preparedness issues.

Misamis Oriental to Build New Water System

Misamis Orientel is set to install a new water system to cater to the scarcity of water supply in the province.

Nuclear Energy Set for Infrastructure

Member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) supports the integration of nuclear energy for commercial use during the 7th Annual Meeting of Nuclear Energy Cooperation Sub-Sector Network (NEC-SSN) at Sofitel Hotel on April 19.

Feasibility Study on Subic – Clark Freight Train to Conclude This Year


The China Harbor Engineering Co. Ltd. (CHEC) are conducting a feasibility study for the proposed freight train linking Subic and Clark which will be expected to be completed by the third semester of the year.

TESDA Allotted P28 Million Fund for the Negrenses


The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has allocated about P28 million budget for the implementation of its Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP).