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Windmills are seen in Pililia, Teresa, Rizal province on April 25. — PHILIPPINE STAR/ MICHAEL VARCASTHE Philippines’ efforts to replace coal with renewable energy (RE) will likely get a boost after the Department of Justice (DoJ) issued a legal opinion

1 of 5PARIS — Hermes artistic director Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski seized on the vibes of the Burning Man Festival, adding swirls of color and utilitarian touches to a sleek spring and summer collection sent down the runway on Saturday to techno

YAMAMOTOPARIS — Celebrities and international crowds have descended on the French capital, marking the fashion industry’s sweeping return as it rides a post-pandemic spending frenzy.The final stretch of Paris Fashion Week runs through Oct. 4 and features big names including

DOF.GOV.PHTHE government has awarded the contract for the construction of the Quezon Avenue and East Avenue stations as well as tunnels of the first phase of the Metro Manila subway project to a joint venture of Japanese and Philippine construction

1 of 2IN BETWEEN stints aboard the Volkswagen T-Cross during a recent drive to and from Tagaytay, I had a chance to talk one-on-one with Automobile Central Enterprise, Inc. (ACEI) President Felipe P. Estrella III. It’s been nine years since

1 of 3SWISS TIMEPIECE brand Patek Philippe’s new home in the Philippines was opened to great pomp, thanks to the arrival of Patek Philippe’s president himself, Thierry Stern.The Stern family has owned the brand since the 1930s when it was

NINJA Van Philippines said it saw robust growth in parcel deliveries in the Philippines after it reached 100% service coverage, an official of the technology-enabled logistics company said.   “It is no secret that people are coming out again going to