China must uphold declaration on conduct in South China Sea it signed in 2002 - Palace 04-Jul-15, 12:06 PM | Philippine News Agency
VIDEO | Poll watchdog PPRCV rejects use of 'hybrid' system for 2016 elections 04-Jul-15, 10:32 AM | Maricel Halili, News5
Signal No. 2 over Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino, northern Aurora as ‘Egay’ nears Northern Luzon 04-Jul-15, 7:25 AM | InterAksyon.com
China angered by new US military strategy report 04-Jul-15, 4:19 AM | Joseph Campbell, Reuters
Greeks deeply divided heading into crucial vote 04-Jul-15, 3:24 AM | Michele Kambas and Lefteris Papadimas, Reuters
Netizens react, NCCA rejects suggestion to switch position of Rizal monument in Luneta 02-July-15, 06:48 PM | Report by Jove Francisco, AKSYON TV READ MORE
Owner, crew of capsized Philippine ferry charged with murder 04-Jul-15, 2:22 PM | Agence France-Presse (UPDATE, 2:57 p.m.) The Philippine National Police have filed murder charges against the owner and crew of a passenger ferry that capsized and left 56 dead, an official said Saturday.
'I CLOSED MY EYES AND ENTRUSTED MY LIFE TO GOD' | Yolanda survivor survives Ormoc ferry tragedy 04-Jul-15, 11:37 AM | Leonita Guinocor as told to Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com Leonita Guinocor, 57, took the ferry from the island town of Poro in Cebu's Camotes islands to nearby Ormoc City, Leyte early in the morning of July 2 for some errands and expected to be back early that afternoon.
VIDEO | Ingredient in making plastic containers present in 'fake' rice, NFA tests show 04-Jul-15, 12:22 AM | Beverly Natividad, News5 The National Food Authority has confirmed there is an additive - an ingredient used to soften plastic material - in the 'fake rice' bought in Davao City.
BREAKING NEWS as of 04-Jul-15, 4:21 PM DENR seizes 1,000 board feet of illegally cut lumber from Mt. ApoPuerto Princesa seeks probe on power crisisOwner, crew of capsized Philippine ferry charged with murder17,000 wanted persons nabbed, 66 killed, 115 surrender over 5 months - PNPMalnutrition brings terrible disease to children of NigerMERS cases keep coming from Seoul's Samsung hospitalChina must uphold declaration on conduct in South China Sea it signed in 2002 - Palace'I CLOSED MY EYES AND ENTRUSTED MY LIFE TO GOD' | Yolanda survivor survives Ormoc ferry tragedyUnseasonal storm wreaks havoc in MarshallsVIDEO | Poll watchdog PPRCV rejects use of 'hybrid' system for 2016 electionsHacking the food chain, Silicon Valley styleRussia passes 'right to be forgotten' Internet lawMARRIED SUNDAY, FIRED MONDAY | The next round in the fight for gay rights in the USIndia's push to save cows starves Bangladesh of beefVIDEO | Knife vs gun : Ex-security guard kills one to two robbers in Pasay
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MWSS seeks fresh bids for P18.72-billion dam project The Philippine government on Friday launched a fresh round of bidding for a contract to design and build an P18.72-billion ($415.17-million) dam that will be…
Monsada takes over as DOE officer-in-charge as Petilla resigns Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla formally resigned Friday, a move seen as preparatory to joining the race for the Senate in 2016. Undersecretary Zenaida Monsada was…
Philippine stock index likely to end year at 8,000-8,300, says FMIC-UA&P MSMEs to benefit from Fair Competition Law, says Trade Department Philippine stock index ends week in the red Regulator clears Globe acquisition of Bayantel Expect minimal impact of 'Grexit' on Philippine economy, says GlobalSource Aviation think tank sees more flights to Boracay's neighboring Caticlan with runway extension Philippines needs law to institutionalize fiscal reforms, says IMF exec
Expect minimal impact of 'Grexit' on Philippine economy, says GlobalSource 03-Jul-15, 10:39 AM | Rain Castro, InterAksyon.com The Philippines has no merchandise trade with Greece, while remittances account for 1.4 percent of the total.
Philippines gears up for arbitral tribunal hearing on China case next week 03-Jul-15, 2:28 PM | InterAksyon.com The Philippines will argue its case before the Arbitral Tribunal in the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands on July 07-13, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Friday.
Church leaders' alliance prods govt, NDF to resume peace talks soon 03-Jul-15, 6:08 PM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com The Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform, the largest ecumenical formation of church leaders in the country, on Friday urged the government and the communist National Democratic Front to immediately resume peace negotiations 'to address the roots of the armed conflict.'
Vitangcol, 5 others indicted over MRT3 mess 03-Jul-15, 4:26 PM| Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com The Office of the Ombudsman has indicted the MRTs's former general manager and five incorporators of Philippine Trans Rail Management and Services Corporation for allegedly conspiring with the irregular award of an MRT3 interim maintenance service contract to the latter.
Signal No. 2 over Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino, northern Aurora as ‘Egay’ nears Northern Luzon 04-Jul-15, 7:25 AM| InterAksyon.com (UPDATE - 1:03 p.m.) The state weather bureau has hoisted public storm warning Signal No. 2 over Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino and northern Aurora as tropical storm 'Egay' (international name 'Linfa') picked up strength and speed and continued to near Northern Luzon Saturday.
VIDEO | Bocaue ensures safety of fluvial parade 22 years after 'pagoda tragedy' 03-Jul-15, 7:19 AM| Mia Reyes, News5 Twenty-two years after 1993's 'pagoda tragedy,' the town of Bocaue, Bulacan continues to work to ensure the accident that claimed close to 300 lives during the fluvial parade celebrating the Feast of the Mahal na Krus sa Wawa (Holy Cross of Wawa) does not happen again.
NO BIO PAMBOTO? | Meron sa mall 03-Jul-15, 7:21 PM| Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com The Commission on Elections is going to the malls to reach out to voters, over 4 million of whom need to undergo voter validation to be able to vote for the 2016 polls.
95,000 people affected, more schools shut down as floods worsen in Maguindanao 03-Jul-15, 8:39 AM| Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com The floods inundating Maguindanao worsened, affecting more than 95,000 residents in 13 towns of the central Mindanao province by Friday, up from 89,000 the day before, and shutting down 32 schools.
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