Senate President Ralph Recto on Wednesday said car owners and the state can all save substantial time and money if the government would abandon a 'wasteful' proposal to require the installation of new plates even on cars already registered and already on the road.
It's been more than a year since the P3.8-billion contract to supply and deliver license plates for cars and motorcycles was signed. What has been causing the delay in the implementation?
Efforts to restore normalcy to Tacloban City after the destruction of super typhoon Yolanda have been severely slowed down by the lack of public transport, which was badly decimated by the storm. A major route that used to be served by 300 jeepneys before Yolanda now has only 40 vehicles plying it.
The Philippines airdropped food and water to soldiers stationed on a grounded transport ship on disputed Ayungin (Second Thomas) Shoal, after China earlier blocked two Filipino supply ships from reaching the troops, a senior navy official said on Wednesday.
The Commission on Appointments (CA) on Tueaday consented to the nominations of eight ambassadors and confirmed the appointments of 87 other career diplomats of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).
Bigger challenges lie ahead as Francis seeks to engineer a renaissance of his Church after years of scandals caused by pedophile priests and corruption and intrigue within the Vatican bureaucracy.
The latest batch of deportees from Sabah, numbering to 122 individuals, arrived at the port of Bongao, Tawi-tawi, on Tuesday night, the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao- Humanitarian Emergency Action and Response Team (ARMM-HEART) reported.
House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte's initiative to amend the Constitution is for foreign investments to come in by relaxing the limits on foreign ownership of land and businesses, but labor groups said any Charter change should also favor workers.