US flies most advanced surveillance plane from PH 27-Feb-15, 10:34 AM | Manuel Mogato, Reuters
Sandiganbayan enters not guilty plea for Binay wife in graft, malversation cases 27-Feb-15, 5:35 AM | Sammy F. Martin, Philippine News Agency
Pag-IBIG Fund income hits record in 2014 27-Feb-15, 11:04 AM | InterAksyon.com
Duterte denies saying he will run for president 27-Feb-15, 3:17 AM | Lilian C. Mellejor, Philippine News Agency
WEEKEND GUIDE | February 27 to March 1: Fireworks, plays, and a historical exhibit 27-Feb-15, 10:58 AM | Lifestyle Section, InterAksyon.com
JESSICA ZAFRA | 'T-Bird At Ako' : Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos get bi-curious 27-Feb-15, 7:54 AM | Jessica Zafra
Hollande, Aquino appeal for urgent climate action 26-Feb-15, 7:50 PM | AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE French President Francois Hollande and President Aquino appeal for world leaders to secure an ambitious and fair climate change pact at a crucial United Nations' summit in Paris this December.
China submarines outnumber US fleet: US admiral 27-Feb-15, 12:23 AM | Andrea Shalal, Reuters China is building some "fairly amazing submarines" and now has more diesel- and nuclear-powered vessels than the United States, a top US Navy admiral told US lawmakers on Wednesday, although he said their quality was inferior.
Climate inaction will be 'catastrophic' - Hollande 27-Feb-15, 6:58 AM | Imelda V. Abano, InterAksyon.com Swift global action is needed to avoid the worst threats from a rapidly changing climate - the disasters brought by storms, floods, extreme temperatures, and their impacts on people and biodiversity - visiting French President Francois Hollande warned during a climate change forum Thursday.
BREAKING NEWS as of 27-Feb-15, 11:51 AM Thousands flee, highway closed as Army, BIFF clash in Maguindanao3 top property firms, Aboitiz Group partner for Laguna Lakeshore Expressway PPP bidPag-IBIG Fund income hits record in 2014WEEKEND GUIDE | February 27 to March 1: Fireworks, plays, and a historical exhibitFair weather over the weekendBrent approaches $61, set to end seven-month losing streakUS flies most advanced surveillance plane from PHJapanese stocks at 15-year peak, dollar firm after data boostShabu, high-powered weapons seized in Cagayan raidsHong Kong woman faces up to 7 years for abusing maidMindanao Reds free 3 police captivesBrazil teen killed by police recorded shooting on phoneHouse minority seeks house arrest for EnrileAustralian researchers unveil world's first 3D printed jet engineARMM reconciliation exec gunned down
3 top property firms, Aboitiz Group partner for Laguna Lakeshore Expressway PPP bid The three include Ayala Land, SM Prime and Megaworld.
Pag-IBIG Fund income hits record in 2014 Despite an increase in lending, its loan quality improved.
Brent approaches $61, set to end seven-month losing streak A reduction in rig counts and expectations for better oil demand have helped Brent prices rise.
Japanese stocks at 15-year peak, dollar firm after data boost Bourse announces plans to improve liquidity after drop in turnover weighed on 2014 profit Trade department expects manufacturing to sustain growth, boost economy in 2015 Ayala Land subsidiary to build office condo in Circuit Makati project PNoy may soon clear path for sale of UCPB, says Kiko Government orders halt to operations of Roxas Holdings' ethanol plant Megawide blames land titling snafu for aborted contract signing of first transport terminal PPP
Thousands flee, highway closed as Army, BIFF clash in Maguindanao 27-Feb-15, 11:38 AM | Edwin O. Fernandez, Philippine News Agency An ongoing clash between the Army and Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters in Maguindanao has sent thousands of residents fleeing their homes and shut down the highway passing through part of the province.
ARMM reconciliation exec gunned down 27-Feb-15, 8:02 AM | Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com An official of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao whose main task was to help settle clan feuds, or 'rido,' was shot dead as he waited for his wife at the Supermarket in Cotabato City late Thursday afternoon.
LUPAO MASSACRE | Memory of Ecija farmers killed 28 years ago casts a pall on EDSA's joy 25-Feb-15, 8:51 PM| Joel C. Paredes, InterAksyon.com The survivors have since deserted Sitio Padlao in Barangay Namulandayan, never to return to the site where, it is claimed, soldiers burned and looted their homes in 1987, after a running gunbattle with communist rebels, leading to the death of a young Army lieutenant.
THROWBACK | The EDSA of My Mother 26-Feb-15, 9:37 AM| Gene Nisperos, special to InterAksyon.com I will look at EDSA with the one lesson my mother told us that fateful afternoon. "Ang mga tao ay may kakayahang kumilos para may mabago," she said, "'Wag na wag kang hihiwalay sa kanila.'
MILF guerrillas watch from a distance as PNP Board of Inquiry visits encounter site 26-Feb-15, 11:27 AM| Carolyn O. Arguillas, Mindanews When the PNP board of inquiry visited the site in Barangay Tukanalipao, Mamasapano, Maguindanao where the bulk of the SAF 44 fell on January 25, MILF fighters from the unit that had engaged the commandos that day watched from a distance as they provided a 'second layer of security for the visitors.'
House minority seeks house arrest for Enrile 27-Feb-15, 8:57 AM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com Two leaders of the minority in the House of Representatives are urging their colleagues to support a call to have Senator Juan Ponce Enrile placed under house arrest because of his health.
US flies most advanced surveillance plane from PH 27-Feb-15, 10:34 AM| Manuel Mogato, Reuters The United States has begun flying its most advanced surveillance aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon, out of the Philippines for patrols over the South China Sea, the US Navy said on Thursday, acknowledging the flights for the first time.
PNoy may soon clear path for sale of UCPB, says Kiko 26-Feb-15, 9:58 PM| Erik dela Cruz, Reuters Philippine President Benigno Aquino may soon sign an order clearing the way for the government to sell a controlling stake in state-owned United Coconut Planters Bank this year, a senior government official said on Thursday.
'Sining Saysay': First of its kind exhibit of murals paint a thousand stories on Philippine history From pre-history to the momentous People Power revolution, colorful large-sized paintings tell the story of the Filipino people.
WEEKEND GUIDE | February 27 to March 1: Fireworks, plays, and a historical exhibit Take a break at the theater and malls.
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WEEKEND GUIDE | February 27 to March 1: Fireworks, plays, and a historical exhibit 'Sining Saysay': First of its kind exhibit of murals paint a thousand stories on Philippine history US$5,000 awarded to Filipino social entrepreneurship business in int'l student competition ‘M’ is for March and the Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival! STYLE SMARTS | Ready to walk down the aisle in a ready-to-wear Rosa Clará wedding gown HOTEL OF THE WEEK | mini hotel Causeway Bay in Hong Kong Quezon City was the original 'City of Dreams' in the 1940s, so why did the plan fizzle out?