EDITORIAL | Deaf, dumb, and blind to lumads Sat, Sep 12, 2015, 3:55 PM | InterAksyon.com
COCKTALES | The day of the Jaka: Ayala turns shell, debt-salvaged Enrile building into gold Mon, Sep 14, 2015, 11:47 AM | Victor C. Agustin
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BREAKING NEWS as of Sun, Oct 4, 2015, 4:58 AM Terrorized teachers, students of Bukidnon tribal school fear closure for defying local exec REFLECTION | Jesus on marriage: ‘Stay committed’ Workers' group ask: Where is govt plan for 800,000 who will lose jobs due to El Nino? 12 dead after heavy flooding in French Riviera - officials Fearing elderly drivers, driverless cab experiment starts in Japan Water shortage hounds several Bicol towns US air strike kills 9 MSF doctors, 7 others; UN condemns, Obama consoles Charlie Hebdo moves into new high-security offices PH attractive to expats, Palace happy TPP talks bog down on US push for drug protections 'Yaya Dub,' 'Lola Nidora' invited as guest speakers in this year's Catholic Social Media Summit How to help ease climate change effects on marine resources? SEAFDEC list ways at APEC meet Vatican theologian comes out of closet on eve of bishops meet Thousands march in support of migrants in Vienna Pacific trade negotiators push hard for deal
Workers' group ask: Where is govt plan for 800,000 who will lose jobs due to El Nino? At least 800,000 to 1 million workers in the agriculture sector may lose their jobs within the next six months of an intensified El Nino…
PH attractive to expats, Palace happy The Philippines is rated highly by expatriates looking outside their homeland for career satisfaction, according to a survey commissioned by British banking giant HSBC. And…
TPP talks bog down on US push for drug protections The US demand for longer protections for biologic drugs bogged down talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership for another day on Saturday.
How to help ease climate change effects on marine resources? SEAFDEC list ways at APEC meet GM farming has lower environmental impacts, expert tells APEC meet Bye-bye, Google; hello, Alphabet FOOD SECURITY | More fish farms needed to make aquaculture sustainable, APEC told PHL leads disaster-prone countries in call for financial action vs climate change Customs deputizes SRA, Sugar Alliance to help curb sugar smuggling 'Who will pay for that?' - migrants clog east Europe trade routes
COCKTALES | Credit card war takes to the skies with free flier miles 6:54 pm | Victor C. Agustin The 95-year-old China Bank finally joined the credit card business when it launched last weekend its first ever plastic money.
HISTORY LESSONS | In contrast to China and Korea reactions, why PH welcomes Japan remilitarization 11:20 am | Walden Bello Why did Pres. Aquino endorse Japan's controversial push to change its 'peace constitution'? Walden Bello examines a possible reason.
MEL STA.MARIA | We should not idly stand-by to let others repeat history 4:11 pm | ATTY. MEL STA. MARIA Now that the presidential election in just less than one year away, aspirants to the highest positions of the land still do not get it when they say that it is about time to forget the past, particularly Ferdinand Marcos and the Martial law era, and move on.
COCKTALES | Razon tangos to Argentina for 2nd overseas casino 3:41 pm | Victor C. Agustin Solaire has yet to open its first overseas branch in South Korea, but Enrique Razon Jr. has already jumped over the Pacific to ready his casino resort's second overseas branch, in Argentina. Regulatory records show Solaire's listed parent Bloomberry Resorts set up subsidiary Solaire de Argentina SA.
JESSICA ZAFRA | Why you should care about travel insurance 1:10 pm | JESSICA ZAFRA Buy travel insurance from well-known providers and make sure every aspect of your trip is covered. Reputable insurers do cover property losses incurred on trains.
Romero seeks to nullify son's deal with Petron, Zobel in North Harbor 1:47 pm | Victor C. Agustin San Miguel president Ramon S. Ang's fears about Petron being caught in the nasty father-son feud for the control of Manila's North Harbor have materialized.
SPEECH | Story of our future lies in all our hands - Poe 11:38 pm | Sen. Grace Poe We can achieve whatever we want for this nation if we work hard, be vigilant, and make sure we have an honest person to guide us through our journey. We should stick together, because one person cannot bring about this change. Anyone who promises he alone can do it is already lying.
COCKTALES | The day of the Jaka: Ayala turns shell, debt-salvaged Enrile building into gold 11:47 am | Victor C. Agustin The remaining relic of the Asian currency crisis on Ayala Avenue, the half-built Jaka Tower at the corner of Salcedo St., will finally resume construction. Ayala Land, which got the debt-swamped project from JPE a year ago, is inviting prospective buyers for a 'priority selling' event on Sept.26.
JESSICA ZAFRA | Travel Insurance: What is it for? 12:04 am | JESSICA ZAFRA There I was, congratulating myself on having made the 8am train, watching the scenery, waiting for the waiter to take my breakfast order. When I looked away from the window, I saw that my backpack was gone. I found my backpack by the door between train cars. My Mac was gone along with some cash.
EDITORIAL | Deaf, dumb, and blind to lumads 3:55 pm | InterAksyon.com It simply cannot be true - we are telling you that we do not believe it - that President Aquino and his most trusted men like Mar Roxas were unaware of the horror that has descended on Mindanao's indigenous people.
OPINION | Lumad Rights are Human Rights 6:34 pm | DAKILA Collective We are disgusted by the unnecessary deaths of Syrain refugees, as we should. But something equally atrocious is happening closer to home.
COCKTALES | Del Monte moves cash holdings out of the US, parks them in PHL, HK 11:27 am | Victor C. Agustin After paying $1.7-billion in borrowed money to acquire the bigger American sister, Del Monte Fresh, Del Monte CEO and majority shareholder Joselito Campos Jr. shifted the cash and bank balances kept by the agribusiness conglomerate in the US and moved them to HK and the Philippimes
OPEN LETTER TO SEN. BONGBONG | Accounting of your parents' crimes not yet complete 1:55 pm | Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation On Aug. 26, Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was asked during an interview whether he would apologize for the corruption and abuses perpetrated by his father's brutal regime. The meat of his response was, "What am I to say sorry about?" This is a response to Senator Marcos's answer.