CBCP shares National Prayer for Filipino Catholics to prepare for papal visit 31-Jul-14, 6:06 PM | Toni Tamondong, Radyo5
Sierra Leone president declares state of emergency over Ebola 31-Jul-14, 8:44 PM | Reuters
POST DAP: Palace has a lot of clarifying to do on 2015 budget, says Sen. Binay 31-Jul-14, 8:29 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com
PRC releases new schedules for board exams for teachers, physicians, sanitary engineers 30-Jul-14, 10:40 AM | InterAksyon.com
SC orders 4 RTC judges probed for links to 'Ma'm Arlene' 31-Jul-14, 4:06 PM | Fritz Cabial, News5 and Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com
'PERA MO, BANTAYAN MO' | 10 parts of the P2.6-trillion 2015 budget to examine, especially post-DAP 30-July-14, 07:49 AM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
'DI MAKAHINTAY? | Palace already redefined savings in proposed 2015 budget - lawmaker 31-Jul-14, 12:23 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com A lawmaker said Thursday that Malacanang has already redefined the meaning of savings in the proposed 2015 national budget, even before Congress has acted on Pres. Benigno Aquino III's request to do so and allegedly in defiance of the Supreme Court's decision on DAP.
PAANO BA MAGING SOBRANG POOR? | Toothpaste ay sabong panlaba, tela ang gamit kapag may regla 31-Jul-14, 5:25 PM | InterAksyon.com How do Metro Manila's poorest of the poor manage to survive? Recently, InterAksyon.com talked to one of them - Rosalinda Garcia - a street sweeper in Barangay 20, Tondo, Manila.
PLEASE READ THE MENU | No pork in 2015 budget, Palace insists 31-Jul-14, 6:43 PM | InterAksyon.com Palace officials sought to allay concern Thursday that the 2015 budget will still contain 'pork barrel' in other forms, especially in over half a billion pesos in lump sum appropriations, given that the PDAF and DAP have been outlawed by the high court.
BREAKING NEWS as of 01-Aug-14, 5:46 PM DOH monitoring 7 OFWs who came home from Ebola regionInvestments registered with PEZA up nearly a third at end-JulyOriental Peninsula resumes operations in one of its Palawan minesCapital hike clears consolidation of Max's restaurant businessesWEEKEND GUIDE | August 1 to 3: Cinemalaya, 'Rabbit Hole,' Gary V, plus more rainy day eventsCOCKTALES | Pulido-Tan keeps distance from COA falsification, dis-graces columnistSC orders PNP to reply to gun owners' suitOsaka police hid 81,000 crimes from 2008 to 2012 to clean up imageBam favors lump sum but vows to guard vs. illegal insertionsADVISORY | BDO to shut down mobile banking, ATMs for maintenance on SundaySC to Sandiganbayan: Respond to Gigi Reyes TRO pleaAmong agencies, DepEd gets biggest slice of proposed 2015 budgetPH stock market bucks global selloff, but BSP rate hike tempers gainSC slaps TRO on transfer of LRT-MRT common station to TrinomaExtortionist masquerading as NPA nabbed in Camarines Sur - police
Investments registered with PEZA up nearly a third at end-July PEZA registered nearly a third more in investment pledges in the first 7 months of the year.
Oriental Peninsula resumes operations in one of its Palawan mines The government has allowed Oriental Peninsula to resume operations at one of its mines in Palawan.
Capital hike clears consolidation of Max's restaurant businesses The Securities and Exchange Commission has cleared the capital stock hike of Pancake House Inc, allowing the Max's Group of Companies to infuse all its…
ADVISORY | BDO to shut down mobile banking, ATMs for maintenance on Sunday PH stock market bucks global selloff, but BSP rate hike tempers gain SC slaps TRO on transfer of LRT-MRT common station to Trinoma DOTC moves award of LRT1 Cavite Extension Project next week BPI first half profits down by a third on lack of trading gains Oil firms slash cooking gas prices S&P500 index posts worst fall since April
VIDEO | DFA maps out evacuation plans for OFWs in Libya, but convincing them to leave a tough task 01-Aug-14, 12:58 AM | Carla Lim, News5 Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario is enroute to Tunisia to personally oversee Philippine government efforts to bring thousands of Filipino workers out of harm's way from Libya, where violence between rival militias has caught civilians and foreign workers in the crossfire.
Fatigue, fear are daily lot of Ebola fighters: experts 31-Jul-14, 11:10 PM | Richard Ingham, Agence France-Presse Doctors, nurses and hospital workers fighting the Ebola epidemic in west Africa are struggling with a daily burden of exhaustion, shortage of staff and fear for themselves over the deadly virus, specialists say.
ONA ON EBOLA | Keep calm; dengue, lepto more worrisome 31-Jul-14, 3:51 PM| Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com | With a report from Erel Cabatbat, News5 UPDATE 4:25PM- Even as officials in Europe and Asia are starting to worry over the possibility that the deadly Ebola virus could, fanned by international aviation, spread like a forest fire, the DOH chief assured Filipinos precautions are in place.
REMEMBERING CORY | 5 years later, she gives best example of how to wield power - Binay 31-Jul-14, 5:04 PM| InterAksyon.com Amid the hot political climate and problems of grave national concern, a remembrance of a woman who was always calm in adversity despite her personal pains. This was the legacy of the first post-dictatorship president, Corazon Cojuangco-Aquino, in the eyes of one of her stalwarts.
SONA OF AMPATUAN MASSACRE | Private prosecutors protest move to rest case vs 28 accused 01-Aug-14, 12:42 AM| Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com Two private prosecutors are protesting the move of public prosecutors to rest their case against 28 of the accused in the 2009 Ampatuan massacre, warning this was premature and could imperil the bid to get convictions.
DOH reports 494 new HIV cases in June 31-Jul-14, 4:10 AM| Sweetie dela Torre, Philippine News Agency The Department of Health on Thursday reported there were 494 new human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) cases in June 2014, a 15 percent increase compared to the 431 recorded in the same period last year.
Israel, Hamas agree to 72-hour 'humanitarian ceasefire' in Gaza 01-Aug-14, 7:28 AM| Reuters | Agence France-Presse Israel and Islamist militant group Hamas have agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire in their conflict in the Gaza Strip starting on Friday, US Secretary of State John Kerry and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday.
DOH to screen newborns earlier for rare disorder 01-Aug-14, 8:41 AM| Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com The Department of Health will be screening newborn infants much earlier in a bid to protect them from the rare disorder called Maple Syrup Urine Disease.
WEEKEND GUIDE | August 1 to 3: Cinemalaya, 'Rabbit Hole,' Gary V, plus more rainy day events The best of Filipino films, plays, and concerts to keep you entertained on the first weekend of August.
STYLE SMARTS | 5 reasons why you have to see Kate Spade's Fall 2014 bags and clothes The Crossbag, the train-inspired purse, bags with a bird cage and Chinese takeout motifs, plus more exciting Kate Spade goodies this season.
CITIZEN MANILA | The ballad of Nanay Pining, 78: street performer, singer, activist From 'labandera' to activist, this relentless woman is proof that fighting for one's country and principles knows no age or economic boundaries.
WEEKEND GUIDE | August 1 to 3: Cinemalaya, 'Rabbit Hole,' Gary V, plus more rainy day events CITIZEN MANILA | The ballad of Nanay Pining, 78: street performer, singer, activist Back to his first love, designer Pat Santos launches his couture line and QC atelier STYLE SMARTS | 5 reasons why you have to see Kate Spade's Fall 2014 bags and clothes WORK LIFE | The 5 healing benefits of saying 'No' in the office VIDEO | This will save your life: 6 ways to avoid being held up in a public transport The Krissy-Junjun kiss and 7 other SONA 2014 scenes that they didn’t show you on TV