2015 greening program to reforest 27,000 hectares in E. Visayas 02-Sep-15, 6:35 AM | Philippines News Agency
Rainy Wednesday due to LPA, ITCZ 02-Sep-15, 7:42 AM | Philippines News Agency
Grace Poe asks SET to dismiss disqualification case 02-Sep-15, 2:11 AM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com
VIDEO | PNoy orders deployment of PNP-HPG as lead traffic agency along EDSA 02-Sep-15, 3:16 AM | Joann Santiago, Philippine News Agency | with News5 video report
Senate passes measure exempting PWDs from 12% VAT 01-Sep-15, 9:20 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com
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DAP, PDAF plunder case vs budget chief Abad to be 'resolved this month' - Ombudsman 01-Sep-15, 1:19 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com UPDATE 5:10 p.m-The Ombudsman is reviewing the report of a fact-finding team on the plunder cases filed against President Aquino, Budget Secretary Abad and other officials in connection with the PDAF and DAP. But Malacanang reminded one and all that the President is immune from suit.
Head of tribal school, lumad leader slain by militia in Surigao del Sur 01-Sep-15, 11:22 AM | InterAksyon.com (UPDATE 3 - 2:56 p.m.) In what may be the worst in a series of recent attacks on indigenous people in Mindanao, militiamen allegedly murdered the head of a tribal school, the chairman of a lumad organization and one other person in Lianga town, Surigao del Sur early Tuesday morning.
Body of sixth mountaineer swept away by Tarlac flashflood found 01-Sep-15, 3:02 PM | Dax Simbol, InterAksyon.com The body of the last of six mountaineers swept away by a flashflood in San Jose town, Tarlac was recovered Tuesday morning.
BREAKING NEWS as of 02-Sep-15, 10:12 AM 'MALAMANG DYAN PUPUNTAHAN NATIN' | Pacquiao leaning closer toward Senate bidVIDEO | Glitches are part of transition period to new ticketing system: LRTACanada officially falls into recessionP2.1 million in shabu confiscated, 2 members of drug ring arrested in Dumaguete CityRainy Wednesday due to LPA, ITCZ2015 greening program to reforest 27,000 hectares in E. VisayasJapan nuclear power outlook bleak despite first reactor restartAsked about Trump, China says US people want good tiesAfghan man and woman given 100 lashes in public for adulteryVIDEO | PNoy orders deployment of PNP-HPG as lead traffic agency along EDSAGrace Poe asks SET to dismiss disqualification caseObama pushes for more US ice-breaking might in ArcticNPA rebel base captured in Bukidnon50 people quarantined after new Ebola death in Sierra LeoneMigrant chaos at Budapest train station; Germany says EU rules still hold
Canada officially falls into recession Canada fell into recession in the first half of the year, posting its weakest results since the 2008 global financial crisis, government data confirmed Tuesday.
House panel to make final push for lower income tax rates within the fortnight The ways and means committee at the House of Representatives vowed to make a final push in the next two weeks to get the bill…
Home, car loans push up banks consumer lending by 3.36% - BSP A steady rise in home and car loans in the first quarter pushed consumer lending by banks in the first quarter to P932.8 billion, the…
TIPID TUBIG! With stronger El Nino, Metro Manila to feel weaker water pressure starting next week More power plant operators violating 'must-offer' rule, says spot market operator Asian stocks set for worst monthly drop in three years on global rout Foreign business groups to govt: Create National Privacy Commission PH sees trade with APEC members rising over 6.8% yearly VIDEO | Customs Chief Lina clarifies balikbayan box issue with OFWs G Liner bus company taps PLDT for GPS monitoring devices
Ombudsman to ask Supreme Court to reconsider Enrile bail 01-Sep-15, 11:40 AM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com The Office of the Ombudsman is set to ask the Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling allowing Senator Juan Ponce Enrile to post bail for his plunder case.
SC asked to block 2015 GAA provisions that flout rulings vs DAP, PDAF; 'savings' questioned 01-Sep-15, 6:08 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com Several provisions in the 2015 GAA and the special provisions in the Special Purpose Fund should be declared 'illegal and unconstitutional,' and the Executive and Legislative branches prevented from implementing them, a group led by a former national treasurer has told the Supreme Court.
Politicians continue to use pork barrel for 'ghost projects' - Ombudsman 01-Sep-15, 1:28 PM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com (UPDATE - 3:34 p.m.) "Ghost projects" using the pork barrel of politicians continue to exist, according to Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales.
Aurora judge murdered; SC calls for justice as police special task group formed 01-Sep-15, 4:50 PM| Tricia Aquino and Jess Malabanan, InterAksyon.com UPDATE 6:50 P.M- A judge of the regional trial court in Baler, Aurora was murdered Tuesday afternoon, the Supreme Court said. Central Luzon's police chief told probers to dig deeper and created a special investigation task group.
NO DEAL, NO RESIGNATION | 'Will I be here if I resigned already?' - De Lima 01-Sep-15, 10:48 AM| Brian Maglungsod and Ernie Reyes | InterAksyon.com UPDATED - Justice Secretary de Lima on Monday said she will stay put at her post, dismissing rumors of a deal between the government with the Iglesia Ni Cristo. But Sen. Bongbong Marcos Jr. said her disrupting the usual process in handling cases had sparked the INC's fears, triggering the protests.
COMELEC looking for ways to use old PCOS machines and save on costs for 2016 polls 01-Sep-15, 8:56 AM| InterAksyon.com While Comelec will certainly bid out the refurbishment and upgrade of the existing 82,000 PCOS machines for use in the 2019 mid-term elections, it is still eyeing the possibility of refurbishing some of these units to augment the new ones it will lease for the May 2016 polls, Chairman Bautista said.
1,100 hectares of rice fields damaged by San Roque Dam water overflow 01-Sep-15, 2:19 PM| Philippines News Agency Some 1,100 hectares of rice plants, mostly in their growing stage, from three towns of Pangasinan were destroyed as a result of flood caused by water overflow from the San Roque Dam.
No law violated by Torre de Manila builder - Natl Historical Commission counsel 01-Sep-15, 8:27 PM| Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com There is no law, here or elsewhere, that protects the sightlines around national monuments, thus the developer of the controversial Torre de Manila condominium could not have violated any law, the counsel of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines said.
8 items to get on the last day of MaArte Design Fair With only a day left to enjoy MaArte Fair 2015, here are some picks you shouldn't miss.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK | Coral Bay Beach and Dive Resort in Coron, Palawan Enjoy some precious downtime surrounded by the tropical beauty of this elegant property nestled on a pristine beach.
Philippine Literary Festival opens with best-selling authors Meg Wolitzer and Matthew Quick Meet and hear the country's prized writers in this yearly gathering of members of the literary community.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK | Coral Bay Beach and Dive Resort in Coron, Palawan 8 items to get on the last day of MaArte Design Fair Philippine Literary Festival opens with best-selling authors Meg Wolitzer and Matthew Quick CHOW BUZZ I Ken Bandivas at Diageo World Class Finals,Hyatt’s Szechuan Fair & Shangri-La’s Mooncakes WEEKEND CHEF | These two recipes show just how delicious tofu can be REFLECTION | On traditions and God’s commandments: ‘The law must have a heart’ SM Little Stars 2015 concludes with SM North Edsa kiddies as Grand Winners