Skyjet resumes flights Sunday after court stops CAAP suspension 24-May-15, 2:58 PM | InterAksyon.com
ALEJANDRO LICHAUCO | Fearless nationalist economist jailed during martial law dies at 87 24-May-15, 3:28 PM | InterAksyon.com
Mass graves found near human traffickers' camps in Malaysia 24-May-15, 5:17 PM | Agence France-Presse
Rescue5 steps up info drive for students amid quake warnings 24-May-15, 4:49 PM | InterAksyon.com
Thousands rejoice as El Salvador's archbishop of the poor Romero beatified 24-May-15, 7:47 AM | Carlos Mario Marquez and Marco Sibaja, Agence France-Presse
WATCH AND LISTEN | Audio of China Navy shooing away US aircraft over Spratlys: 'Go away quickly!' 22-May-15, 10:18 AM | InterAksyon.com | Video and Audio posted by AiirSource READ MORE
Kentex, subcontractor liable to pay P7.9 million to 99 workers - DOLE 24-May-15, 12:47 PM | Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said Kentex Manufacturing Corporation and its subcontractor CJC Manpower Services will have to pay P7.8 million in underpaid wages to 99 workers.
Mass graves found near human traffickers' camps in Malaysia 24-May-15, 5:17 PM | Agence France-Presse Malaysia's home minister has announced that mass graves have been found in the country's north near detention camps run by human traffickers, a report said Sunday. A newspaper, citing sources, said the graves were 'believed to contain nearly 100 Rohingya migrants.'
Sen. Miriam to CHEd: Explain tuition hike in 313 schools 24-May-15, 1:30 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago will summon officials of the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) to explain the recent approval of tuition hike in 313 schools nationwide.
BREAKING NEWS as of 24-May-15, 7:12 PM Saudi clerics urge calm as village hit by Islamic State seethesAfter setback in SC ruling, DOH wants to revisit interagency panel on tobacco regulationMass graves found near human traffickers' camps in MalaysiaIn bid to curb terrorism, Canberra eyes stripping dual nationals of Australian citizenshipRescue5 steps up info drive for students amid quake warningsSaying he was so unhappy in their marriage, Japanese man flushes wife's remains down toiletALEJANDRO LICHAUCO | Fearless nationalist economist jailed during martial law dies at 87Skyjet resumes flights Sunday after court stops CAAP suspensionAfter ordeal at sea, Rohingya 3-year-old girl dies in IndonesiaCheap credit to help students cope with rising tuition - Rep. RomuloSen. Miriam to CHEd: Explain tuition hike in 313 schoolsGAY WORLD | 19 countries with same-sex marriageKentex, subcontractor liable to pay P7.9 million to 99 workers - DOLESM City San Pablo awards 5 honest security personnelColombia's Santos presses for peace as FARC death toll climbs
Skyjet resumes flights Sunday after court stops CAAP suspension MANILA, Philippines - Boosted by a court order stopping the suspension of its operations, SkyJet Airlines resumed Sunday (May 24) its regular flights to island…
SM City San Pablo awards 5 honest security personnel SM City San Pablo City on Friday awarded five security personnel assigned at the Shopping Center Management Corp. (SCMC) for turning over valuable things, including…
Japan's Epson to build biggest factory in Philippines This will be the company's second plant in the Philippines.
Vitarich sinks deeper in the red after losses from sale of properties Philippines, Qatar holding air talks next week Wall St. ends lower after Yellen comments fail to inspire Fed on track to hike rates as economic headwinds wane: Yellen WATCH AND LEARN | Until when can we use our old peso bills? BSP tells us APEC Trade ministers to work on adoption of Boracay action agenda to globalize micro, small firms BDO ADVISORY | No banking service three hours Sunday morning, May 24 owing to maintenance job
VIDEO | No longer 'no plate,' it's 'no registration, no travel' 23-May-15, 7:05 AM | Mon Gualvez, News5 Because of the continued shortage of new license plates, the Land Transportation Office has taken back its controversial 'no plate, no travel' policy and replaced it with a 'no registration, no travel' rule instead.
SPECIAL REPORT | Islamic State expands its 'state' 23-May-15, 3:04 AM | Samia Nakhoul, Reuters Almost a year after Islamic State's shock capture of Mosul, Iraq's second city, the black flags of the jihadis have been raised over Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province to the west of Baghdad, seat of Iraq’s increasingly theoretical central government.
After setback in SC ruling, DOH wants to revisit interagency panel on tobacco regulation 24-May-15, 5:40 PM| Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com Health Secretary Janette Garin signalled at the weekend she will push to revisit the composition of the Inter-agency Committee on Tobacco (IACT), after a Supreme Court ruling thwarted her agency's effort to regulate tobacco promotion.
1 hurt as LRT trains collide at Monumento station 23-May-15, 12:41 PM| Philippine News Agency (UPDATE - 4:25 p.m.) One person was injured when two trains of the Light Rail Transit Line 1 collided at the Monumento station Saturday morning.
Manila keeps diplomatic tack in West PHL Sea, but concedes higher risks of tension 22-May-15, 11:58 PM| Philippines News Agency | InterAksyon.com The Philippines is staying on the diplomatic track in the South China Sea issue even with tensions heightened amid reports the Chinese military shooed away US personnel flying a surveillance plane over Fiery Cross (Kagitingan) Reef last Wednesday.
Dry season to last until 2nd week of June -- PAGASA 24-May-15, 8:35 AM| Juzel L. Danganan, Philippines News Agency The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) sees the dry season lasting until the second week of June.
China says US actions in South China Sea 'irresponsible, dangerous' 22-May-15, 11:44 PM| Sui-Lee Wee, Reuters China said on Friday it was "strongly dissatisfied" after a US military plane flew over part of the South China Sea near where China is building artificial islands, and called on the United States to stop such action or risk causing an accident.
ALEJANDRO LICHAUCO | Fearless nationalist economist jailed during martial law dies at 87 24-May-15, 3:28 PM| InterAksyon.com Nationalist economist Alejandro Lichauco, 1971 Con-Con delegate jailed for refusing to rubber-stamp the martial-law agenda in the Charter, and who raised a powerful if often lonely voice against the economy's stranglehold by global forces and cronies of the Marcos dictatorship, has died. He was 87.
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