THANKS TO PACQUIAO | Govt 'assets' pounced on Usman as he waited for Pac-May to start - source 05-May-15, 12:49 AM | Priam F. Nepomuceno, Philippines News Agency
Tsunami threat as 7.4 magnitude quake hits Papua New Guinea 05-May-15, 10:21 AM | Agence France-Presse
Tropical storm 'Noul' to hit Luzon on the weekend - Pagasa 05-May-15, 8:40 AM | Rommel Rio, News 5
Spain princess risks asset seizure in fraud case 05-May-15, 1:11 AM | Agence France-Presse
VIDEO | 2 Pinoy mountaineers survive quake atop Nepal mountain 05-May-15, 7:34 AM | Jeff Caparas, News5 | Philippine News Agency
THANKS TO PACQUIAO | Govt 'assets' pounced on Usman as he waited for Pac-May to start - source 05-May-15, 12:49 AM | Priam F. Nepomuceno, Philippines News Agency READ MORE
THANKS TO PACQUIAO | Govt 'assets' pounced on Usman as he waited for Pac-May to start - source 05-May-15, 12:49 AM | Priam F. Nepomuceno, Philippines News Agency A government source claimed that Usman and his men were gunned down by 'assets' while waiting for the radio broadcast of the Mayweather-Pacquiao bout last May 3.
PCGG's Bautista is new Comelec chief; Palace names also 2 commissioners 04-May-15, 1:47 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com | With PNA UPDATE 5:02 P.M- Malacanang has appointed PCGG chair Andres Bautista the new chairman of the Commission on Elections; and named two of its commissioners Rowena Guanzon and Sherif Abas
AFP certain that Basit Usman is dead. But who killed him? And where is his body? 04-May-15, 9:06 AM | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com | with Gerard dela Pena, News5 (UPDATE3, 6:40 p.m.) Both the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) are certain Filipino bomb maker Abdul Basit Usman is dead, but until Monday morning, two things remained unclear: who really killed him and, more important, where his body is.
BREAKING NEWS as of 05-May-15, 10:53 AM Australia to probe exploitation of migrant laborTsunami threat as 7.4 magnitude quake hits Papua New GuineaInflation at lowest in more than a year and a halfMcDonald's CEO announces 'turn-around' plan for fast-food giantAfghan talks agree on reopening Taliban political officeUS struggles to counter 'homegrown' terror threatUS Supreme Court upholds New Jersey ban on 'gay conversion therapy'Germany's Merkel defends cooperation with US NSA amid EU spy rowObama to nominate Marine general as chairman of joint chiefsNew York policeman dies of wounds from shootingTropical storm 'Noul' to hit Luzon on the weekend - PagasaHOTEL OF THE WEEK | The Stones Hotel in Bali, IndonesiaMountain Province’s Lang-ay Festival showcases Cordillera’s rich culture through tribal dancesVIDEO | 2 Pinoy mountaineers survive quake atop Nepal mountainBarge rescues local tourist between Batangas and Mindoro
Inflation at lowest in more than a year and a half Shrinking prices for housing, utilities, fuel, transport and communication were responsible for the easing inflation.
McDonald's CEO announces 'turn-around' plan for fast-food giant McDonald's will reorganize and expand its market segments in an attempt to increase re-franchising efforts and return billions of dollars to shareholders, McDonald's CEO Steve…
Foreign businessmen push passage of bill standardizing Philippine real estate valuation The House already passed the bill, which is pending before the Senate.
Manila Water signs up Trans-Asia as electricity supplier for next two years EEI snags contract to build new sections of Skyway Fresh round of fuel price increases Branded products drive up earnings of Century Pacific PAL swings to profit in first quarter on higher passenger traffic Xurpas turns in a profit in first quarter Gain from sale of financial assets boosts SM Prime's first-quarter net income
NBI comparing data on 'Ike' tied to West African drug ring, and 'Ike' who set up Veloso 04-May-15, 7:08 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com UPDATE 7:54 p.m.-The NBI is checking whether a man in their data base called 'Ike' and with links to the West African Drug Syndicate, is the same 'Ike' named by Mary Jane Veloso as the one who gave her a bag in Malaysia that yielded over two kilos of heroin concealed in its lining.
Bangsamoro Basic Law is top agenda in resumption of Congress - Quimbo 04-May-15, 12:10 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com The passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) remained the top agenda, which the leaders vowed to finish by June 11, the last day of the second regular session of Congress.
2 dead, 1 wounded at US Mohammed cartoon contest 04-May-15, 11:54 AM| Agence France-Presse Two suspects who may have been carrying bombs were shot dead Sunday, and a police officer was wounded, outside a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest in Texas, organizers said.
Migrant workers in Australia being exploited on farms, factories - report 04-May-15, 11:11 AM| Philippines News Agency | Xinhua Migrant workers in Australia are being subjected to slave-like conditions, sexual propositions, and black market labor gangs on farms and factories supplying the country's biggest food businesses.
Next wonder plant? Govt to research into possible health benefits of Batanes' Arius fruit 04-May-15, 9:31 AM| Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyon.com A unique fruit-bearing tree endemic to the island province of Batanes called Arius will be the subject of a multi-year research project by the Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD) that seeks to find out its possible health benefits.
Former AFP-CRS chief dies in Laguna car crash 04-May-15, 1:00 PM| Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com A former general and chief of the Civil Relations Service (CRS) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) died Sunday in a car accident in Los Banos, Laguna, a report from the Philippine Military Academy Alumni Association Inc. (PMAAAI) said Monday.
Rehab activities to cause more brownouts in Samar - NGCP 04-May-15, 8:11 AM| Philippines News Agency The National Grid Corporation of Philippines (NGCP) has announced that there will be more scheduled power interruptions in Samar Island this year as the firm continues its restoration and rehabilitation projects.
Myanmar govt ready to finalize nationwide ceasefire agreement - president 04-May-15, 12:41 PM| Philippines News Agency | Xinhua The Myanmar government is ready to finalize the nationwide ceasefire agreement and is waiting for the outcome from the ethnic summit, said Myanmar President U Thein Sein Monday.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK | The Stones Hotel in Bali, Indonesia A pool that impresses, a luxurious spa, and rooms with a beautiful beach view make a stay in this hotel a dream holiday come true.
Mountain Province’s Lang-ay Festival showcases Cordillera’s rich culture through tribal dances Indigenous groups from the Cordilleras present their rich rituals in a grand street dancing parade.
WEEKEND CHEF | Family recipe: Marinduque’s fresh Pancit Miki dish is so fine and flavorful Fresh and tasty local noodles plus generous toppings make this family recipe truly delicious.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK | The Stones Hotel in Bali, Indonesia Mountain Province’s Lang-ay Festival showcases Cordillera’s rich culture through tribal dances FAMILY MATTERS | Harvesting good values from the foundation that we sowed REFLECTION | The vine and the branches: ‘Remain in me, as I remain in you’ VIDEO | Fight of the Century countdown: Take a look at the rush for Manny Pacquiao memorabilia SUMMER FUN | 5 newly-opened parks, play spaces, and cafés for kids in Metro Manila WEEKEND CHEF | Family recipe: Marinduque’s fresh Pancit Miki dish is so fine and flavorful