August 21, Ninoy Aquino Day is not listed in the calendar of activities of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) for the month of August, which has also been observed as History Month.
Starting on August 20, the Roosevelt Station in the Light Rail Transit (LRT) 1 will be officially labeled as Fernando Poe Jr. (FPJ) Station.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) rejected the Php 1 ‘rush hour rate’ petition by a transport group on Monday, August 14.
After 78 years of the enduring trauma and injustice for Filipino Comfort Women of World War II, Rep. Arlene Brosas of Gabriela Partylist proposed House Bill No. 8859 which declares National Memorial Day for Comfort Women on August 14 of every year.
Pag-IBIG officials announced its readiness in catering school-related needs of its members as school season begins this August through its Multi-Purpose Cash Loan on Wednesday, August 9.
Following the postponement due to the suspension of office operations, the second day of Binyag Arriba took place on August 9, with first-year students from the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) paraded in blue.
Unemployment rate peaked at 4.5 percent in June, higher compared to the 4.3 percent record in May, Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) said on Wednesday.
Colegio de San Juan de Letran welcomes its new academic year with three annual events: the Mass of the Holy Spirit, the Arriba Address, and the Collegiate Recognition held on August 7, 2023.
Stipulated in the recently promulgated Proclamation 308, the National Communications Month will be celebrated every October, and the Presidential Communications Office (PCO) will celebrate its anniversary every 11th of October.
Fire has once again impacted Manila grounds. Barangay 650, a residential area in Intramuros, Manila was swept by fire on Saturday afternoon, August 5.