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Biggest Bonsai event in PH starts tomorrow

Bonsai enthusiasts rejoice as the biggest show in Asia displaying these miniature trees alongside Suiseki and Ikebana starts tomorrow. We get more details from Asia Pacific Bonsai and Suseiki Convention's Bobby Gopiao and Bonsai masters Kunio Kobayashi, Shinji Suzuki and Hiroaki Suzuki.

Filipino doctor earns UAE Health Foundation Prize

This year's United Arab Emirates Health Foundation Prize went to a Pinay doctor for her work helping out mothers and their newborns. Let's get to know Doctor Maria Asuncion Silvestre, here on the Final Word.

Pushing 'Industry 4.0' innovation for MSMEs

The world is seeing a change in the way goods are manufactured amid technological advancements. And they call this "Industry 4.0." How can local MSMEs move towards this level of innovation? We speak with the DOST Metals Industry Research and Development Center's Robert Dizon.

Jobless Filipinos reach 2.26M in April

Fewer Filipinos were out of jobs in April. But as Currie Cator tells us, the number of people who need additional jobs or work longer hours went up.

Long lines greet travelers at NAIA 3 immigration area

Still on NAIA, passengers are complaining of long lines at the Terminal 3's immigration area. Immigration officials blame the reassignment of terminals for airlines while airport authorities say, there is a need for more immigration counters. Senior correspondent Gerg Cahiles reports.

Meralco hikes rates for June

Not so good news for Meralco customers as the power distributor announces a rate hike for June. EJ Gomez tells us more.

Catching up with Kiefer Ravena

With the Japan B-League on break, Kiefer Ravena is back in the country catching up with his national basketball team duties by trying to crack Gilas Pilipinas’ final roster for the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup. We’re going all out on this story with Shiga Lakes guard Kiefer Ravena joining us in the studio.

C-Suite Vision: LGBTQ+ Filipinos and the PH business scene | The Exchange

Many LGBTQ+ Filipinos have found success in their fields and blazed trails as they wave the rainbow flag with pride. But on the industry level, are businesses doing enough to ensure members of the community feel accepted in the workplace? Let's have an exchange with Philippine LGBT Chamber of Commerce Chairperson Ronn Astillas. Your business is our business. Join our senior anchor Rico Hizon on The Exchange.

Gender diversity, inclusion in the economy | The Exchange

From the home and the workplace, the quest for acceptance and inclusion for all sexual orientations and gender identities spans to the economy. Let's have an exchange with Lee Badgett, American economics professor and author, joining us from Massachusetts. Your business is our business. Join our senior anchor Rico Hizon on The Exchange.

Creating gender-inclusive workplace | The Exchange

You may know a few colleagues who belong to the LGBTQ+ community. But do they feel welcome and accepted in your organization? We talk about their rights in the workplace with Benjo Benavidez, Labor undersecretary for the Workers’ Welfare and Protection Cluster. Your business is our business. Join our senior anchor Rico Hizon on The Exchange.

Dagdag na immigration counters sa NAIA 3 sagot umano sa mahabang pila

Kabi-kabila ang reklamo ng mga pasahero sa haba ng pila sa immigration area sa Ninoy Aquino International Airport o NAIA Terminal 3 nitong mga nakaraang araw. Ang dahilan, ayon sa Bureau of Immigration, dumami ang international passengers dahil sa terminal reassignment ng airlines, at kakulangan sa immigration counters. Ang operator ng airport naman, sinabing kailangang may tao ang lahat ng immigration counters round-the-clock para hindi naiipon ang mga pasahero. May ulat si Gerg Cahiles.

Poe wants LTO to review 'chaotic' digital services

Senate Public Services Committee chairperson Grace Poe on Friday called on the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to assess the digitalization of its services as the agency is still facing the same old problems.

Netizens hit Angkas for 'incest' ad

Some Twitter users on Friday flagged the recent advertisement of motorcycle taxi application Angkas, which they said promotes incest and sexual power play.

No Smoking Awareness Month

Pilipinas ang isa sa itinuturing na may pinakamataas na per capita consumption ng sigarilyo sa mga bansa sa Southeast Asia. Kaya naman, itinuturing ito ng gobyerno na isang major public health problem ng bansa. Alamin natin ang proseso sa pagtigil sa paninigarilyo, makakausap natin si Lung Center of the Philippines Program Director Doctor Glynna Ong-Cabrera.

Shark attack in Egypt kills a Russian citizen

Egyptian authorities have banned swimming near a beach at an Egyptian Red Sea resort following a deadly shark attack that killed a Russian citizen on Thursday, according to Egyptian and Russian officials.

Meralco hikes electricity rates in June

Customers of the Manila Electric Company will have to pay more on their electricity bills for June as the power distributor on Friday announced a rate hike of ₱11.9112 per kilowatt-hour, a ₱0.4183 increase from May's ₱11.4929 per kWh.

Defense Secretary Gibo Teodoro | The Source

We'll find out the priorities of the newly appointed Defense secretary and his position on the West Philippine Sea dispute and the country's additional Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States. Pinky Webb speaks with Defense Secretary Gibo Teodoro.

Albay Governor Edcel Lagman | The Source

The local government of Albay orders the evacuation of residents in the Permanent Danger Zone of the Mayon Volcano. Pinky Webb speaks with Albay Governor Edcel 'Grex' Lagman.

Jobless Filipinos reach 2.26M in April

The number of Filipinos with no work hit 2.26 million in April, a drop from the 2.42 million estimated a month before, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Friday.

Filipinas all set for FIFA Women's World Cup

Members of the country’s women’s football team are all set for their biggest task yet — that’s waving the Philippine flag at the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Pauline Verzosa has the details.

Contemporary artist Jasper Castro hold's 'The Artist is alive' exhibit

The artist is alive. That's the title of the ongoing exhibit of Contemporary artist Jasper Castro who bravely used her bipolar disorder diagnosis as an inspiration to bring out the best in her artwork. The exhibit opened last Wednesday and will run until the end of the month at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts or the NCCA gallery in Intramuros, Manila. Jasper is joining us right now here in the studio to tell us more about this exhibit.