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SMC Bares Plan to Protect Birds Around New Airport Project

San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has drawn up a comprehensive plan to protect local migratory bird populations in the Manila Bay, including the coastal areas...

Weightlifting Champ Hidilyn Diaz Wins First-Ever Olympic Gold for PH

In a historic win, Filipina weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz finally broke the country's almost century-long gold medal drought by bagging gold in the women's 55-kilogram...

SMC To Start Collecting Toll Fees on July 12

After providing the public free use of its 18-kilometer Skyway Stage 3 project for nearly seven months, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced that it...

Pasig River Is Top Ocean Pollutant, World Study Suggests

At least 19 rivers in the Philippines were identified in the top 50 waterways that emit plastic. These are ranked based on the annual...

LOOK: ‘Malasakit Garden’ Urges SMC Staff to Plant Their Own Food

Ever since the pandemic started, more and more people have become interested in gardening, specifically urban gardening. That's because during the quarantine period, purchasing...

LOOK: MRT-7 Halfway Done, Set to Open in 2022

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Filipinos loved to travel, go out, and meet with loved ones. However, this often doesn't go without the hassle of...

San Miguel Donates Food to Typhoon Victims, Vows to Address Metro Manila Flooding

It's not new to Filipinos that the country gets at least 15 typhoons per year. The geographical location of the Philippines, being surrounded by...

Cebu Frontliners Receive P2-M Life Insurance From SMC

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the bayanihan spirit in many of us: donation drives, community kitchens, and many more have been initiated by local government...

San Miguel Brings Back ‘Nutribun’ for Free Distribution in 30 Petron Stations

During the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and the community quarantine, more individuals and families have struggled to put food on the table. As...

San Miguel Addresses Flooding In Bulacan, Plants 25,000 Mangroves

The mangrove planting project is part of a massive, wide-ranging plan to address perennial flooding in Bulacan.

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