MARIE YUVIENCO | The Wash Cycle: Does a politician's right to privacy trump our right to know? 22-May-15, 7:11 AM | Marie Yuvienco
OPINION | Why Pinoys don't bring their 'bad habits' abroad, Part 1 of 2 12-May-15, 11:18 AM | Cesar Polvorosa Jr., InterAksyon.com
OPINION | A Great Injustice: Illegal waste from Canada and the Basel Convention 13-May-15, 11:02 AM | Richard Gutierrez, executive director, BAN Toxics
EDITORIAL | The Parable of the Rohingyas 20-May-15, 2:24 PM | InterAksyon.com
COMMENTARY | If Filipinos ran New York, Central Park would be full of malls 10-May-15, 12:11 PM | Jorge Mojarro, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
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BREAKING NEWS as of 22-May-15, 7:02 PM ARMM ready to accept Rohingya migrants, boat people: Hataman Eiffel Tower shuts briefly after staff walk out over surge of pickpockets VIDEO | Philhealth probes two eye clinics in Makati, QC for suspicious spike in claims Manila keeps diplomatic tack in West PHL Sea, but concedes higher risks of tension China says US actions in South China Sea 'irresponsible, dangerous' 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 DNA test results confirm remains belonged to Basit Usman Suicide bomber kills 21 at Saudi Shi'ite mosque, Islamic State claims attack AFP: We're always vigilant vs terrorism in Mindanao Bam seeks creation of National Commission for Senior Citizens Congress exempts self from budget impoundment control bill NPA frees two captive BJMP personnel Angara wants to know readiness status for West Valley Fault; Makati deemed most ready WEEKEND CHEF | From Thai Omelette to Grilled Salmon: 4 easy Lee Kum Kee recipes
APEC Trade ministers to work on adoption of Boracay action agenda to globalize micro, small firms Trade ministers of the 21 APEC member economies will discuss this weekend the Philippines' priorities on continuing initiatives to globalize micro, small and medium enterprises…
BDO ADVISORY | No banking service three hours Sunday morning, May 24 owing to maintenance job BDO Unibank (BDO) has announced it will do its routine preventive maintenance activity between 4 A.M. and 7:30 A.M. on Sunday, May 24, as part…
Pasay court issues TRO on CAAP suspension of Skyjet A Pasay City court has issued a 20-day Temporary Restraining Order on the suspension order issued May 15 by the Civil Aviation Authority of the…
Bangko Sentral hikes BOP surplus forecast on lower import bill, higher forex inflows Cebu Pacific eyes flights to Guam, Hawaii by yearend Philippines to tap neighboring governments for additional rice imports Royal Institution holding 5th Global Congress in Philippines Philippine stock index barely holds above 7,800 Asia up after Wall Street sets record high, dollar steadies after slip Bangko Sentral begins mopping up old banknotes ahead of May polls
COCKTALES | SMC brings in expats as it revs up telecoms play vs Globe and Smart 2:56 pm | Victor C. Agustin San Miguel Corp. president Ramon S. Ang has imported two expats to revive the conglomerate's flagging telecom venture, ahead of an announced January 2016 launch to crack the Smart and Globe duopoly in the mobile and broadband fronts.
OPINION | History repeating: Rohingya and the Vietnamese, the Philippines and the ASEAN 'community' 1:48 pm | Hoi Trinh, VOICE There is a plaque located at a school rebuilt in Yolanda-hit Ormoc and financed by former Vietnamese refugees. It reads: 'May we shelter you as you sheltered us in our times of need.' Might the Rohingya be given the same chance?
JESSICA ZAFRA | Mad Max returns to explain the 21st century 1:10 am | JESSICA ZAFRA In Mad Max: Fury Road, the road warrior's triumphant return to the screen, the earth is a hot, dry wasteland whose resources are available only to the powerful; and a crazy dictator who doles out water to the hungry promises his soldiers that if they die in his cause, they'll go straight to heaven.
'AMBA-DOY' | Remembering the 'People's Diplomat', Domingo Lucenario Jr. 11:21 pm | Lourdes M. Fernandez, InterAksyon.com The DFA holds a memorial service for its ambassador to Pakistan Doy Lucenario, and mines the best stories of one of its finest: a man who combined creative genius with courage, and true mercy and compassion.
COCKTALES | Looming wedding seals Aboitiz-Ayala partnership 10:09 am | Victor C. Agustin From being called the Ayalas of Cebu, the Aboitizes will soon become an extended part of the Ayala family with the coming marriage of Endika Aboitiz's son Danel with Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala's daughter Mariana.
OPINION | A Great Injustice: Illegal waste from Canada and the Basel Convention 11:02 am | Richard Gutierrez, executive director, BAN Toxics Filipinos are crying foul over the illegal waste export from Canada that has been festering in the port of Manila for over 700 days.
TRIBUTE | Diplomat and public servant exemplar: Ambassador Doy Lucenario 8:43 am | Veronica Uy, InterAksyon.com After the shock of the news of his death, my Facebook newsfeed had a lot of posts thanking him for his service. Indeed, he had been an exemplary diplomat, bridging people and ideas, and a true public servant, going beyond the call of duty. A happy worker. Salamat, Amba Doy. Salamat sa lahat.
OPINION | Why Pinoys don't bring their 'bad habits' abroad, Part 1 of 2 11:18 am | Cesar Polvorosa Jr., InterAksyon.com Why do Filipinos behave better when they're abroad? Cesar Polvorosa Jr., who teaches at a university in Canada, provides some of the answers that may make us follow rules and not resort to shortcuts here at home.
ESSAY | We are all stakeholders of our oceans and seas 5:09 pm | Vince Cinches, Oceans Campaigner, Greenpeace Philippines We are continually losing our unique national heritage at an alarming rate: reclamation projects still get ECCs but destroy sea grasses, corals, and critical coastal ecosystems; dynamite fishing continues; and worst of all, many of us treat our seas as one giant garbage bin.
COCKTALES | How taipans pay themselves, their children and their executives 3:19 pm | Victor C. Agustin Taipans, and first-generation entrepreneurs of whatever racial origins, generally pay themselves and their children below, way below, market rates.
OPINION | Prisons experts defend resigned BuCor chief Bucayu, list suggestions for replacement 1:06 pm | Dr. Clarke Jones and Dr. Raymund E. Narag, InterAksyon.com As most previous directors have not had a working knowledge of correctional management, they have had to learn on the job. Some realized belatedly that prisons are not barracks or garrisons, and their clients are not so-called 'criminals' or 'militants' that require rehabilitation.
COMMENTARY | If Filipinos ran New York, Central Park would be full of malls 12:11 pm | Jorge Mojarro, InterAksyon.com Looking at Google Maps, anyone can observe that the percentage of space devoted to parks in Metro Manila or Cebu is ridiculously small compared to the cities of Seoul, Tokyo, Taipei, Bangkok, or even Kuala Lumpur.
COCKTALES | And the highest paid Philippine executives are... 7:25 am | Victor C. Agustin Metro Pacific Investments chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan suffered a 15-percent drop in his Hong Kong-based compensation last year, reducing his 2014 package from HK-parent First Pacific to US$8.5 million (about P380 million.)