PH attractive to expats, Palace happy Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 8:50 AM | Philippines News Agency
Vatican theologian comes out of closet on eve of bishops meet Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 2:17 AM | Laure Brumont, Angus MacKinnon, Agence France-Presse
How to help ease climate change effects on marine resources? SEAFDEC list ways at APEC meet Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 6:19 AM | Philippines News Agency
'Yaya Dub,' 'Lola Nidora' invited as guest speakers in this year's Catholic Social Media Summit Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 7:22 AM | Ferdinand G. Patinio, Philippines News Agency
Thousands march in support of migrants in Vienna Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 1:33 AM | Agence France-Presse
TPP talks bog down on US push for drug protections 04-October-15 08:21 AM | Paul Handley, Agence France-Presse READ MORE
HOME COOKING? | MVP lashes out at FIBA Asia organizers as Gilas encounters troubles ahead of clash Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 7:53 PM | InterAksyon.com Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas president Manny V. Pangilinan lashed out at the organizers of the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship for the problems the Philippine national men’s basketball team is experiencing ahead of its gold medal match against host China.
Filipino woman held in Saudi over suicide vests Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 8:53 PM | Agence France-Presse (UPDATE, 4 October 2015, 11 a.m.) A Filipino woman has been arrested in Saudi Arabia on suspicion of helping a Syrian to make explosive belts for suicide attacks in the kingdom, the interior ministry said Saturday.
US air strike kills 9 MSF doctors, 7 others; UN condemns, Obama consoles Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 9:45 AM | Agence France-Presse President Barack Obama offers his 'deepest condolences over a US air strike on a charity hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz killed 19 people Saturday, a bombardment that the United Nations condemned as 'inexcusable'.
BREAKING NEWS as of Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 12:58 PM Terrorized teachers, students of Bukidnon tribal school fear closure for defying local execREFLECTION | Jesus on marriage: ‘Stay committed’Workers' group ask: Where is govt plan for 800,000 who will lose jobs due to El Nino?12 dead after heavy flooding in French Riviera - officialsFearing elderly drivers, driverless cab experiment starts in JapanWater shortage hounds several Bicol townsUS air strike kills 9 MSF doctors, 7 others; UN condemns, Obama consolesCharlie Hebdo moves into new high-security officesPH attractive to expats, Palace happyTPP talks bog down on US push for drug protections'Yaya Dub,' 'Lola Nidora' invited as guest speakers in this year's Catholic Social Media SummitHow to help ease climate change effects on marine resources? SEAFDEC list ways at APEC meetVatican theologian comes out of closet on eve of bishops meetThousands march in support of migrants in ViennaPacific trade negotiators push hard for deal
Workers' group ask: Where is govt plan for 800,000 who will lose jobs due to El Nino? At least 800,000 to 1 million workers in the agriculture sector may lose their jobs within the next six months of an intensified El Nino…
PH attractive to expats, Palace happy The Philippines is rated highly by expatriates looking outside their homeland for career satisfaction, according to a survey commissioned by British banking giant HSBC. And…
TPP talks bog down on US push for drug protections The US demand for longer protections for biologic drugs bogged down talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership for another day on Saturday.
How to help ease climate change effects on marine resources? SEAFDEC list ways at APEC meet GM farming has lower environmental impacts, expert tells APEC meet Bye-bye, Google; hello, Alphabet FOOD SECURITY | More fish farms needed to make aquaculture sustainable, APEC told PHL leads disaster-prone countries in call for financial action vs climate change Customs deputizes SRA, Sugar Alliance to help curb sugar smuggling 'Who will pay for that?' - migrants clog east Europe trade routes
PH attractive to expats, Palace happy Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 8:50 AM | Philippines News Agency The Philippines is rated highly by expatriates looking outside their homeland for career satisfaction, according to a survey commissioned by British banking giant HSBC. And Malacanang is happy with the results.
22 Pangasinan fishermen missing, 14 others rescued in West Philippine Sea Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 9:44 PM | Philippines News Agency Twenty-two fishermen were declared missing while another 14 were rescued aboard 10 separate fishing boats conducting fishing expeditions in the West Philippine Sea while typhoon 'Kabayan' was raging.
VIDEO | Angat Dam water level rises due to rains; Maynilad defers 20-hour cut-off Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 7:12 AM| Michelle Orosa-Ople, News5 Customers of Maynilad Water Services Inc. will be spared from the 20-hour water interruption next week because the recent heavy rains brought about by tropical storm “Kabayan” resulted in a slight increase in the water levels of three major dams in Luzon.
Samal kidnap victims moved again, with other foreign hostages in Indanan, Sulu - intelligence report Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 6:29 AM| Thom Andrade, InterAksyon.com The three foreigners and Filipina abducted from a resort on Samal Island on September 21 have been moved to an area in Indanan town, Sulu where other foreign hostages are being held, and are guarded by even more Abu Sayyaf gunmen, police intelligence said.
VIDEO | San Lazaro Hospital nears overflow with dengue patients Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 1:48 AM| Mia Reyes, News5 If cases of dengue continue to increase, the San Lazaro Hospital in Manila may not admit more patients and recommend their transfer to other hospitals.
1,000 mostly lumad IDPs flee Marihatag, Surigao del Sur Fri, Oct 2, 2015, 5:11 PM| InterAksyon.com (UPDATED - 7:15 p.m.) Some 173 families, comprised of a mix of about 954 lumad and Visayan individuals, leave Barangays Mahaba, Boringon and Palompon to seek temporary shelter in Marihatag gymnasium upon hearing gunshots at the approach of military troops and dreaded militia units.
PH urges UN to back peaceful resolution of West PH Sea dispute Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 9:47 AM| InterAksyon.com Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario urged the United Nations and the international community to continue supporting efforts to seek a peaceful resolution to maritime disputes in the West Philippine Sea.
Water shortage hounds several Bicol towns Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 10:08 AM| Rhaydz B. Barcia, Philippines News Agency Several towns in the Bicol Region, specifically in Albay province, are feeling the effects of climate change and experiencing water shortage.
REFLECTION | Jesus on marriage: ‘Stay committed’ In today's gospel, marriage is taught as an important sacrament celebrated in the presence of God's love.
WEEKEND CHEF | Chef Dino Datu’s Black Pepper Crab and Singaporean Chili Prawns Swing a delicious Singaporean seafood feast with these recipes using Mother's Best sauces and dips.
Robinsons Place Las Piñas celebrates World Animal Day 2015 with pet blessing, Oct. 4 Bond with your pet for a day of fun-filled activities at this Robinsons mall.
REFLECTION | Jesus on marriage: ‘Stay committed’ Robinsons Place Las Piñas celebrates World Animal Day 2015 with pet blessing, Oct. 4 WEEKEND CHEF | Chef Dino Datu’s Black Pepper Crab and Singaporean Chili Prawns 1st Filipino ‘komiks’ books and art market at KOMIKET in QC, October 3 to 4 WEEKEND GUIDE | October 2 to 4: Pet blessings, bazaars, and a fair for bikers Paoay sand dunes, ‘pinakbet’ pizza: 10 reasons to pack your bags now for Ilocos Gawad Kalinga concert to benefit youth scholars from indigent families, October 2