BAGYO SA TAG-ARAW | As Maysak moves toward PH, Pag-asa announces start of warm days 01-Apr-15, 4:59 PM | | Video report by Pat Mangune, News5

IMF hikes 2015 growth forecast for Philippines 01-Apr-15, 12:57 PM |

Your share of the national debt in February: P62,345 01-Apr-15, 8:35 PM |

10 things you always wanted to know about the 'Pabasa' but were afraid to ask 01-Apr-15, 11:52 AM | Ernie Reyes and Edwin P. Sallan, | Video report by Marlene Alcaide, News5

PH braces for Maysak; typhoon may cause landslides, floods, storm surges 01-Apr-15, 10:14 PM | Rommel Marvin Rio, News5 | PNA | Rosemarie Francisco, Reuters with reports from Agence France-Presse | Video reports by Pat Mangune and Seph Ubalde (UPDATED - 11:30 p.m.) The Philippines is now preparing its troops and medical and food supplies as Maysak, initially a top-rated category 5 typhoon, is expected to enter the country's area of responsibility either Wednesday night or early Thursday.

Aquino inspects air, sea ports for Holy Week exodus 01-Apr-15, 5:04 PM | Eric B. Apolonio, | video reports by Roices Naguit and JV Arcena, News5 As he did last year, President Benigno Aquino inspected passenger facilities at the Batangas sea port and the NAIA Terminals 1 and 3 on Wednesday to ensure preparations by airport officials are adequate to ensure the safety and convenience of the public.

Migrant workers plead with Indonesia president Jokowi: Please spare life of Pinay drug mule 01-Apr-15, 10:13 AM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, | Video report by Carla Lim, News5 The migrant workers group Migrante has issued an appeal to the government of Indonesia to spare the life of Filipino Mary Jane Veloso, who is facing execution due to drug trafficking.

DPWH list of possible choke points for Holy Week travelers north and south of Metro Manila 31-Mar-15, 2:01 PM | The Department of Public Works and Highways has come out with a list of possible choke points for Holy Week travelers where roads and bridges north and south of Metro Manila are either being repaired, widened, or constructed.

Baldoz to OFWs in Yemen: Avail of mandatory repatriation 01-Apr-15, 9:13 AM | Labor Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz on Wednesday appealed to all remaining overseas Filipino workers in Yemen to leave for home.

70%, NOT 70 BEDS | DOH forms team to review state orthopedic center contract 01-Apr-15, 10:22 PM| Jet Villa, Health Secretary Janette Garin has created a task force to review the contract to modernize the Philippine Orthopedic Center, especially the reported allocation of only 70 beds for state-sponsored patients at the new hospital - in contrast to a deal for 70 percent of all beds.

State of emergency declared as super typhoon Maysak batters Micronesia 01-Apr-15, 7:56 PM| Agence France-Presse Residents of the Micronesian State of Chuuk were struggling to clear the roads of huge pieces of debris and return to damaged homes Wednesday as Super Typhoon Maysak cut a destructive path across the central Pacific leaving at least five dead.

REMEMBER | 494 years ago, first Catholic mass held in Limasawa, Southern Leyte 01-Apr-15, 1:59 PM| Lottie Salarda, Remember: The first Catholic mass in the Philippines was held on March 31, 1521 in the islet of Limasawa, Southern Leyte.

Farmers, not UCPB, should have access to P71 billion coco levy fund - partylist lawmakers 01-Apr-15, 11:33 AM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, Lawmakers are hoping to rectify the flaws of a Malacanang order relating to the use of the P71-billion coco levy fund and assets with the passage of their respective bills in Congress.

HOLY WEEK O LIPAT BAHAY? | Sofas, appliances, heavy items compound surge of people at bus terminals 01-Apr-15, 12:25 AM| Trish Roque, News5 On Tuesday, when some 7,000 people were estimated to have left the Araneta Bus Terminal in Quezon City, several huge items were seen being loaded onto some buses: bus helpers were loading a three-seater sofa; others brought appliances like washing machines and electric fans.

10 things you always wanted to know about the 'Pabasa' but were afraid to ask 01-Apr-15, 11:52 AM| Ernie Reyes and Edwin P. Sallan, | Video report by Marlene Alcaide, News5 A traditional Filipino Holy Week ritual inherited from 16th-century Spanish colonizers, the 'Pabasa' survives to this day, enriched by generations who have found ever more creative ways - including, in some places, rap versions - to revisit and recite the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.

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