AN ETERNITY IN HISTORY | The day Ninoy came home and changed our lives forever 21-Aug-14, 12:00 PM | Joel C. Paredes, InterAksyon.com
EBOLA OUTBREAK | Filipino educator pleads for help for Liberia 21-Aug-14, 11:59 AM | Patricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com
DOJ announces completion of draft of New Criminal Code 21-Aug-14, 4:19 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com
Indonesian president says Islamic State 'embarrassing' Muslims 21-Aug-14, 10:38 AM |
ASG detonates landmine in Basilan, 8 govt troops hurt 21-Aug-14, 4:32 PM | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com
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Manila judges, court employees join state workers' protest in SC vs BIR 21-Aug-14, 3:18 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com More groups have petitioned the Supreme Court to stop the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) from enforcing its June 2014 regulation imposing taxes on bonuses, allowances and other fringe benefits of public sector workers.
Hamas warns foreign airlines not to fly into Tel Aviv 21-Aug-14, 10:59 AM | Jennie Matthew, Agence France-Presse 'We are warning international airlines and press them to stop flying into Ben Gurion airport ..." Hamas spokesman Abu Obeida announced.
Binay gets Ninoy medal of valor, counsels vs Cha-cha to clip SC power, lift term limits 21-Aug-14, 5:11 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com Vice President Binay received the Ninoy Aquino Medal of Valor for his role in fighting the Marcos dictatorship, and aired his counsel against Charter changes meant to clip the SC's powers and lift term limits. He said a Senate probe of alleged Makati anomalies is driven by politics.
BREAKING NEWS as of 21-Aug-14, 6:02 PM For jihadists, social media a platform to recruit, spread fearVIDEO, EXCLUSIVE | Four Pinoy priests serving in Ebola ground zero at Sierra LeoneBinay gets Ninoy medal of valor, counsels vs Cha-cha to clip SC power, lift term limitsASG detonates landmine in Basilan, 8 govt troops hurtDOJ announces completion of draft of New Criminal CodeWhat's P9B for Metro Manila irrigation? Groups alarmed, but Kiko Pangilinan explainsInterpol urges multinational response to 'barbaric' Foley murderShelling reported in Donetsk; dozens die in street battlesManila judges, court employees join state workers' protest in SC vs BIRRecto pushes solar power to save government energy, water billsHamas says 3 senior commanders killed in GazaVIDEO | Mystery of starling flock formation explainedMalaysian militants bought bomb material for planned attack: officialNINOY ANNIVERSARY HOMILY | In death, those we love become pillar of strengthRole of victim not suited to Palparan, says lawmaker
Reduction of tax rates should form part of overhaul of entire tax policy, says DOF Finance Secretary Cesar V. Purisima is averse to 'piece meal' approach to tax reform.
Abaca production up on higher prices, strong demand overseas Also called Manila hemp, abaca has been a Philippine export product for several centuries.
June infra spending jumps, as gov't agencies race to meet criteria for release of bonuses Public outlays for infrastructure climbed 62.7 percent year-on-year to P24.4 billion at the close of the first semester.
Toyota investing P2B to ramp up PH assembly, expand local content of Innova Pancake House ex-owner, partner kick off tender offer for Cojuangcos' sugar central Integrated Micro-Electronics board clears follow-on offering EXCLUSIVE | BusinessMirror owner acquires majority stake in RPN9 500 DAYS LEFT | NEDA concedes some MDGs unlikely to be met Cebu Pacific seeks additional seat entitlements for Hong Kong, Taipei DOTC mulls extension of MRT3 maintenance provider's contract
Plunder, graft raps filed vs Cayetano couple, Taguig officials 20-Aug-14, 5:51 PM | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com (UPDATE - 6:45 p.m.) The convenor of the Philippine Association for Advancement of Civil Liberties charged the Cayetanos and Taguig city councilors with allegedly spending PDAF funds for ghost projects and hiring ghost employees.
VIDEO | Mayor Binay, accuser face off at Senate Blue Ribbon hearing 20-Aug-14, 5:00 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com | Video Report by Mae Anne Los Banos, TV5 The Senate Blue Ribbon committee opened controversial hearings on the allegedly overpriced Makati City Hall Building 2, with the complainants in the same case before the Office of the Ombudsman reiterating their key allegations. Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Junjun" Binay defended the project.
MANNY'S ROUND | SC halts Court of Tax Appeals, BIR, in tax case vs Pacquiao 20-Aug-14, 5:39 PM| Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com The Supreme Court has stopped enforcement of the Court of Tax Appeals ruling ordering Manny Pacquiao to to post P3 billion in cash bond as condition for suspending the collection of the deficiency income taxes and VAT slapped on him by the BIR for the years 2008 and 2009.
What's P9B for Metro Manila irrigation? Groups alarmed, but Kiko Pangilinan explains 21-Aug-14, 4:04 PM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com A peasant group on Thursday raised questions on the P9.9-billion irrigation budget for Metro Manila in the 2015 outlay, but Secretary Francis Pangilinan clarified that the fund will not be used for irrigation projects in the metropolis but for the countryside.
MILF commander, village chief son slain in Maguindanao ambush; 'rido' eyed 21-Aug-14, 10:14 AM| Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com A commander of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and his son, a barangay captain, were killed in an ambush in Sultan sa Barongis town in Maguindanao province Wednesday afternoon.
Body of last Bulacan drowning victim recovered 21-Aug-14, 11:23 AM| Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com The body of the seventh student from the Bulacan State University who drowned in the Madlum River in San Miguel town Tuesday was recovered Thursday morning, police said.
Malaysian militants bought bomb material for planned attack: official 21-Aug-14, 2:30 PM| Reuters The plan, which an official said was at 'discussion' stage, would be the first time Southeast Asian militants inspired by Islamic State are seeking to launch a major attack at home.
Firearms licenses expiring this year still valid until 2015 -- PNP 21-Aug-14, 6:30 AM| Philippine News Agency Good news for gun owners whose gun licenses are expiring this year: the Philippine National Police has extended the validity of the licenses until December 2015 to allow the PNP Firearms and Explosive Office (FEO) to enhance information technology of the firearms registration system.
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