Cagayan mayor, 2 aides killed in NPA raid on town hall's flag rites 21-Apr-14, 12:13 PM | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com
Sen. Miriam asks Blue Ribbon panel: Summon Atty. Gigi Reyes to pork probe 21-Apr-14, 2:54 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com
Are PH banks ready for Asean? S&P shows 'the good, the bad and the ambivalent' 21-Apr-14, 9:07 AM | Maricel E. Burgonio, InterAksyon.com
NAIA officials asked: What happened to P1.16-billion budget for airport rehab? 21-Apr-14, 1:52 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com
What do you need to know about MERS-CoV? DOH lists symptoms, treatment, prevention 20-April-14, 07:59 AM | Azer N. Parrocha, Philippines News Agency READ MORE
ON TRACK | Transition Commission signs draft Bangsamoro law 21-Apr-14, 10:04 AM | Edwin O.Fernandez, Philippines News Agency (UPDATE, 10:36 a.m.) The Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) composed of representatives from the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) signed the final draft of the proposed law that will establish the Bangsamoro government in Mindanao, officials said Monday.
Actions of capsized ship's captain 'tantamount to murder' - S. Korea President Park 21-Apr-14, 2:54 PM | Lim Chang-Won, Agence France-Presse The captain and crew of a South Korean ferry that capsized last week with hundreds of children on board acted in a way "tantamount to murder," President Park Guen-Hye said Monday, as four more crew members were arrested.
DOH cites quarantine law, tells Etihad passengers to show up for MERS-CoV tests 21-Apr-14, 3:54 PM | Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com Nearly half of the 314 passengers of Etihad Flight EY 0424 have already been tracked down by DOH, which invoked the quarantine law to tell the rest to show up for MERS-CoV tests, 'or we'll find you.'
BREAKING NEWS as of 21-Apr-14, 5:39 PM Vehicle importers' group grows 1Q sales by 13 pctSmart offers 'no lock-in' postpaid plan for mobile broadbandSta Lucia Land mulls reviving sale of add'l sharesAs Subic project stalls, Meralco banks on tieups with EGCO, Global Power to secure supplyPhilippines' economic managers retain 2014-2016 inflation targetsSan Miguel eyes 2018 completion of MRT7DOH cites quarantine law, tells Etihad passengers to show up for MERS-CoV testsVIDEO | Better to hear Napoles tell all than having Gigi Reyes testify vs her co-accused - De LimaPhilippines ends 1Q with yawning external payments deficitSen. Miriam asks Blue Ribbon panel: Summon Atty. Gigi Reyes to pork probeActions of capsized ship's captain 'tantamount to murder' - S. Korea President ParkCentury Tuna maker prices IPO near higher end of rangeNAIA officials asked: What happened to P1.16-billion budget for airport rehab?P1.05 billion released for Yolanda-affected farmers – budget chief Abad344 whiz Pinoy kids pass rigid screening for international math contests
Vehicle importers' group grows 1Q sales by 13 pct A group of motor vehicle importers saw sales increase in the low double-digits in the first quarter.
Smart offers 'no lock-in' postpaid plan for mobile broadband A subsidiary of Smart Communications Inc. has launched a "no lock-in" postpaid plan for long term evolution (LTE) mobile broadband.
Sta Lucia Land mulls reviving sale of add'l shares Sta. Lucia Land Inc (SLI) is looking to revive a plan to sell shares this year.
As Subic project stalls, Meralco banks on tieups with EGCO, Global Power to secure supply Philippines' economic managers retain 2014-2016 inflation targets San Miguel eyes 2018 completion of MRT7 Philippines ends 1Q with yawning external payments deficit Century Tuna maker prices IPO near higher end of range NAIA officials asked: What happened to P1.16-billion budget for airport rehab? As end to TRO looms, ERC says status quo stays until Meralco applies for adjusted rate hike
NAIA officials asked: What happened to P1.16-billion budget for airport rehab? 21-Apr-14, 1:52 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com What happened to the P1.16 billion budget approved in 2011 to rehabilitate Terminal 1 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)? Why didn't it shake off the tag of being the world's worst airport? These are only a couple of questions that a lawmaker wants answered.
Sen. Miriam asks Blue Ribbon panel: Summon Atty. Gigi Reyes to pork probe 21-Apr-14, 2:54 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago on Monday asked the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee to summon Atty. Jessica Lucila "Gigi" Reyes in its pork probe hearing to clarify certain portions of its report.
Cagayan mayor, 2 aides killed in NPA raid on town hall's flag rites 21-Apr-14, 12:13 PM| Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com Some 20 men believed to be New People's Army rebels disrupted the flag ceremony Monday morning at the town hall of Gonzaga, Cagayan, killing Mayor Carlito Pentecostes and his two security aides.
P1.05 billion released for Yolanda-affected farmers – budget chief Abad 21-Apr-14, 1:33 PM| Dexter San Pedro, InterAksyon.com The Aquino administration has released P1.05 billion for farmers in areas affected by super typhoon Yolanda.
Without PH Senate vote, pact on US rotational presence violates Charter - Miriam 20-Apr-14, 3:40 PM| Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Unless concurred in by a 2/3 vote of the Philippine Senate, the proposed agreement covering the increased rotational presence of US troops in the country - believed being rushed in time for President Barack Obama's visit - will violate the Constitution, Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago said Sunday.
PARA SA MGA GUSTONG MAG-OFW | POEA delists 11 more recruiters for various reasons 21-Apr-14, 11:02 AM| InterAksyon.com The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has delisted 11 recruitment agencies for various reasons.
NOOD TAYO NG METEOR SHOWER! 12 'falling stars' per hour from Monday evening to Tuesday morning 20-Apr-14, 10:26 AM| InterAksyon.com Want to see a night sky spectacle? From the evening of Monday (April 21) to the wee hours of Tuesday (April 22), the annual Lyrids meteor shower will peak, with about a dozen meteors per hour streaking across Philippine skies, the Philippine weather bureau said.
DEADLY HOLY WEEK | 31 killed in car crashes, other incidents - NDRRMC 21-Apr-14, 9:14 AM| InterAksyon.com Thirty-one people died in 50 incidents, mostly car crashes, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said Monday.