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  • Raptors smack wounded Warriors 123-109 despite Curry’s 47

    The shorthanded Golden State Warriors were pushed around by a focused Toronto Raptors squad in...

  • Boxing

  • Bakbakan sa Ilocos Sur 2022: Knockout win target ni Toyogon kontra Tejones!

    Isasagad na nina boxing prodigy Al Toyogon at kalabang Joe Tejones sa main event ang kani-kanilang natipong...

  • Golf

  • Glutamax Men strengthens hold on lead

    BAGUIO CITY—Aian Arcilla once again led with his 25 points as Team Glutamax Men soared to an 87...

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    Globe’s G Music Fest ensures festival goers’ safety, proper waste segregation and disposal

    Globe is celebrating life’s big and small wins this year with an EXTRA special 917 GDay. For the...

    Globe is tapping the local gaming community to help alleviate hunger. As gaming continues to thrive in the country, Globe saw an opportunity to give customers an avenue to contribute to something meaningful through The Hapag Movement, a fundraising initiative that aims to encourage support for vulnerable families and communities.

    I HAD fond memories of Buffalo more than a decade ago.

    I first arrived in this rain-drenched upstate community known as the City of Good Neighbors at 2 o’clock in the morning in a lung-busting land trip from Chicago via Greyhound bus.

    A SpaceX rocket carried 53 satellites for the Starlink internet constellation into orbit Friday after blasting off from California.

    The Falcon 9 booster lifted off from Vandenberg Space Force Base at 3:07 p.m., and minutes later the first stage landed on a droneship in the Pacific Ocean while the second stage continued toward low Earth orbit.

    South Africa is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases driven by two omicron sub-variants, according to health experts.

    For about three weeks the country has seen increasing numbers of new cases and somewhat higher hospitalizations, but not increases in severe cases and deaths, said Professor Marta Nunes, a researcher at Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Analytics at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto.

    The Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Wednesday warned violators of the ban on hiring and movement of personnel during election period.

    The Comelec Law Department issued the reminder after receiving complaints of violations of the ban which is prohibited under Comelec Resolution No. 10742, in accordance with Section 261 of the Omnibus Election Code (OEC).

    Senator Panfilo Lacson on Wednesday urged the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) to improve the regulation of electronic sabong (e-sabong).

    This, after PAGCOR Chief Executive Officer Andrea Domingo suggested that e-sabong should have an independent regulator so PAGCOR can concentrate on their present mandate to regulate, operate, authorize and license games of chance, games of cards and games of numbers, particularly casino gaming.

    The government is closely monitoring the possible spike of active coronavirus cases in the country by mid-May following the campaign-related mass gatherings and emergence of Omicron subvariants abroad.

    NTF chief implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., also the vaccine czar, noted that some areas will become vulnerable to the disease, in the advent of new cases resurgence, due to their very low vaccination coverage.

    The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Metro Rail Transit Line-3 are extending the "Libreng Sakay" program, allowing the commuting public to enjoy the free rides until May 30.

    In an announcement Wednesday the DOTr and MRT-3 said the program would "continue helping our commuters ease their financial burden amid inflation and rising fuel prices."