7 things you have to know about Ebola 22-Oct-14, 3:32 PM | InterAksyon.com
OBER DA BAKOD | Laude kin climb gate of detention cell, try to find out if Pemberton is really there 22-Oct-14, 4:59 PM | InterAksyon.com
Sen. Miriam renews call to scrap VFA 22-Oct-14, 11:14 AM | InterAksyon.com
CamNorte gov's wife surfaces, says husband blamed her for sex video release, threatened her 22-Oct-14, 9:17 AM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com
FOCUS | Life goes on in the shadow of restive Mayon volcano 22-October-14, 12:17 PM | Text and Photos by Imelda V. Abano, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
Let Binay-Trillanes debate push through - Palace 2:22 pm | Dexter San Pedro, InterAksyon.com Malacanang on Sunday said it was looking forward to the debate between Vice President Jejomar Binay and Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.
PSG member becomes jealous of live-in partner, shoots and kills… 12:47 pm | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com Thirty-year-old Corporal Prince Wilfred Gerina, a member of the Presidential Security Group (PSG), died on the spot after shooting himself in the head with his…
Drilon vows to pass bill to avoid ban on PH… 12:38 pm | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Senate President Franklin Drilon on Sunday vowed to pass the amendment on the Fisheries Code to avert a possible ban by the European Union on…
Removal of dumped ships in Tacloban might take until after… 11:47 am | Romsanne Ortiguero, InterAksyon.com The ongoing removal of cargo ships that ran aground at Barangay 68, Anibong, in Tacloban City by super typhoon Yolanda's storm surges might extend until…
Quezon DPWH appeals for people's patience in Sariaya bridge repairs 10:35 am | Belinda M. Otordoz, Philippines News Agency Quezon residents, the riding public, and motorists are requested to be more patient for the traffic inconvenience brought about by the retrofitting construction of the…
BREAKING NEWS as of 26-Oct-14, 2:51 PM Let Binay-Trillanes debate push through - Palace 2 sons, mom, grandmom killed in Japan church fire PWEDE TALAGA | Small German village goes off-grid 100 percent, depends on wind, sun, pig manure PSG member becomes jealous of live-in partner, shoots and kills self - report Drilon vows to pass bill to avoid ban on PH marine products in EU CONSERVATIVES VS. LIBERALS | Pope Francis and his season of struggle Removal of dumped ships in Tacloban might take until after Christmas, residents still in limbo FOCUS | Republicans poised to snatch US Senate in mid-terms Quezon DPWH appeals for people's patience in Sariaya bridge repairs Gear shift needed to meet climate pact deadline - observers Tacloban broadcasters get death threats over govt rebuild efforts post-Yolanda PANIC AMONG SCIENTISTS | Deep rifts remain at UN talks on global climate pact Oxfam to distribute 60-footer boats in Leyte 5 hurt in Canada industrial explosion US to recognize gay marriage in another six states
Drilon vows to pass bill to avoid ban on PH marine products in EU Senate President Franklin Drilon on Sunday vowed to pass the amendment on the Fisheries Code to avert a possible ban by the European Union on…
Specter of no-inflation world looms over Fed's return to normal The soft global inflation backdrop, from sliding oil prices to stagnant wages in advanced economies, has triggered debate over whether the Fed and its peers…
Global shares post best week since mid-2013 after earnings boost MSCI's all-country world equity index rose 3.1 percent for the week, its biggest percentage gain since July last year.
Bangko Sentral tightens disclosure rules on banks' UITF offerings Del Monte Pacific sets fresh fund-raising to retire debt PH stock index barely holds above 7,100-mark Operation of Agus-Pulangi hydropower plants may be turned over to private sector PNoy calls for more 'merchant' plant investors to secure the Philippines' power needs Manila Water to provide service to Filinvest Land subdivision Drop in oil, electronics purchases pull down August imports
Tacloban broadcasters get death threats over govt rebuild efforts post-Yolanda 9:29 am | Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com Two veteran broadcasters in Tacloban City recently received death threats that they believe are related to their reportage and commentary on various issues, including issues raised against the Leyte provincial government and the efforts to rebuild areas devastated by super typhoon Yolanda.
Oxfam to distribute 60-footer boats in Leyte 8:42 am | Jollie Mae B. Verana, Philippines News Agency A total of three 60-footer boats will be distributed to fisher folk associations by international organization Oxfam for their long-term recovery assistance program.
UN OCHA sees 'zero tent' Tacloban before Nov. 8 7:47 am | Philippines News Agency The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA) is optimistic of attaining "zero tent" before the first year anniversary of super typhoon Yolanda.
6 of 7 suspected MERS-CoV cases in Region 9 cleared 7:02 am | R.G. Antonet A. Go, Philippines News Agency The Department of Health (DOH) on said that six of the seven suspected cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-Corona Virus (MERS-CoV) have yielded negative results.
Government has enough measures to fend off Ebola virus, says official 2:12 am | Philippines News Agency Philippine health authorities have strengthened the mechanism to fight Ebola virus especially with the expected influx of Filipinos returning to the country for the Christmas season.
Palace welcomes Lonely Planet's recognition of PH tourism 1:09 am | Philippines News Agency The Palace welcomed Saturday another recognition for the country's tourism sector after it was named "a must-see destination in 2015" by travel guide publisher Lonely Planet.
AFP to pursue complaint against Sueselbeck 7:48 pm | Thom Andrade, InterAksyon.com (UPDATE - 8:20 p.m.) Technical Sergeant Mariano Pamittan was cited for professionalism and restraint when he was assaulted at the Mutual Defense Board-Security Engagement Board facility where murder suspect PFC Joseph Scott Pemberton is being held.
HULI SI KAP | Bulacan village chief nabbed in office for peddling 'shabu' 1:06 pm | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com A barangay captain of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan was arrested for drug peddling during an entrapment operation inside his own office this week.
Palo archdiocese denies papal visit behind Yolanda survivors' transfer 11:55 am | Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com The Catholic archdiocese of Palo, Leyte said the visit in January of Pope Francis has nothing to do with the impending transfer of more than 250 families, all survivors of super typhoon 'Yolanda,' from a bunkhouse settlement near the town's government center and the archbishop's palace.
Holiday in 10 provinces, 7 cities of Mindanao for Islamic New Year 7:33 am | Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com Saturday has been declared a Muslim non-working holiday in 10 provinces and seven cities of Mindanao for the celebration of Amon Jadid, or the Islamic New Year.
LTFRB chief denies being offered a seat in Comelec 6:09 am | Azer N. Parrocha, Philippine News Agency After reports about his being offered a position in the Commission on Elections (Comelec) surfaced in the news, a transport official on Friday clarified them once and for all.
THANKS and GOODBYE, JENNY | Laude's death helps revive LGBT call for rights, respect, recognition 12:50 am | Dindo Flora and Rocel Lopez, News5 | Ansbert Joaquin, InterAksyon.com The death of Jeffrey "Jennifer" Laude allegedly in the hands of an American serviceman has helped resurrect and highlight calls by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons for the Philippine government to protect and promote their rights.
Jim Paredes reports to PNP he received 'death threat' via Twitter for criticizing Binay 10:10 pm | InterAksyon.com Singer-composer Jim Paredes of the Apo Hiking Society on Thursday went to the Philippine National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group to report a "death threat" that he said was sent to him through Twitter by a certain Rex Vincent Tecson.