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The RP Blu Boys does the CebuanaLhuillier pose at the awarding ceremonies of the Makassar Open.

RP Blu Boys bag bronze in Indonesia’s Makassar Open

The RP Blu Boys has succeeded in making a podium finishat the Makassar Open International Men and Women Softball Tournament in Makassar, Indonesia. The Philippine national men’s softball teamtook third place with a 7-3 slate behind New Zealand (9-1) and Lakidende (7-3) who will both slug it out in the finals.

Top Tips to Secure BYOD in the Workplace

Kaspersky Lab: Top Tips to Secure BYOD in the Workplace

On the heels of the latest breaches against widely-used online platforms Facebook and Google that affected millions of users worldwide, Kaspersky Lab today puts the spotlight on the role of employees in keeping companies secured while enjoying the perks of the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) trend.

The Philippine Canoe Kayak Dragonboat Federation (Photo courtesy of PSC)

PH paddlers capture 2 gold medals in ICF World Dragonboat Championship

The Philippines quickly snatched two gold medals in record-setting fashion during the opener of the prestigious 2018 ICF World Dragon Boat Championships at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park here.

Powerlifter Adeline Dumapong-Ancheta, shown here with the bronze medal she won in Japan last Wednesday, is one of medal contenders in the 3rd Asian Para Games in Jakarta, Indonesia next month. (Photo courtesy of Irene Soriano-Remo)

PH to send 57 athletes to the Asian Para Games

Paralympics medalists Adeline Dumapong-Ancheta of powerlifting and Josephine Medina of table tennis will lead Team Philippines in the 3rd Asian Para Games in Jakarta, Indonesia next month.

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DFA to Filipinos traveling to Paris: Be wary of break-ins, robberies

The Philippine embassy in France on Monday issued a travel advisory, reminding Filipinos traveling to Paris to be wary of spate of break-ins, robberies, and pickpocketing incidence in the city.

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BPI-Philam helps Filipinos prepare this Disaster Awareness Month

Compared to its other Southeast Asian neighbors, our country experiences a wider range of disasters. From floods to landslides, and typhoons to earthquakes – the most recent of which just happened in Leyte with a magnitude of 6.5 – the Philippines continues to endure and survive. Though the government does its best in preparing for and anticipating these times of emergency through awareness efforts and disaster response drills, self-mitigation is still an area that we can further improve on.