CORRUPTION UNDER MARTIAL LAW | Marcos and his 'temple of doom' 20-Sep-14, 10:17 PM | Joel C. Paredes, InterAksyon.com
ANALYSIS | Tsunami of sovereign funds threatens world markets 09-Sep-14, 11:12 AM | Reuters
FIRST RESPONDERS | Rescue teams bring to safety people trapped by floods 19-Sep-14, 3:49 PM | Photos by Bernard Testa | Text by Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com
VP BINAY SPEECH | I won't retreat from this fight; this is for Filipino people 18-Sep-14, 9:23 PM | Vice President Jejomar C. Binay
BUDGET WATCH | PNoy has P152-B 'personal pork' in 2015 draft GAA, says group 15-August-14, 05:53 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
PWEDE TALAGA | Small German village goes off-grid 100 percent, depends on wind, sun, pig manure 1:09 pm | Frank Zeller, Agence France-Presse The tiny German village of Feldheim (population 150) near Berlin is Germany's first to have left the national grid and switched to 100 percent local, alternative energy, swearing off fossil fuels and nuclear power decades before the rest of the country plans to near the same goal.
Fixing 'Ebolanomics' in pursuit of vaccines and drugs 6:46 am | Kate Kelland and Ben Hirschler, Reuters As researchers from Africa to China to America race to develop vaccines and treatments to fight Ebola, health experts are grappling with the economics of…
700 million girls fall victim to child marriage: UNFPA 4:40 am | Stephanie Parker, Philippine News Agency | Xinhua More than 700 million girls under the age of 18 have been forced into child marriage, an official of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)…
VIDEO | Trillanes-Tiu ocular affords a peek into Batangas estate tied to Binay 7:44 pm | InterAksyon.com | Video Report by Gerard dela Pena, News5 What did Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV and journalists who joined his ocular of the sprawling Batangas estate linked by Senate probers to Vice President Jejomar…
UNDAS 2014 | Rescue5 to provide assistance to cemetery-goers 4:02 pm | InterAksyon.com Rescue5, the Emergency Response Unit of TV5 News and Information (News5), is providing the public with relevant tips for the safe and peaceful observance of…
BREAKING NEWS as of 26-Oct-14, 5:22 PM PH immigration files undesirability charges vs Pemberton, Laude fiance Binay: 'Wealthy hacienderos' behind Stop Nognog 'don't want us poor to come together' DI LANG PANGKAMA | Kama Sutra 'not just a book on sexual positions' Ban Smartmatic from bidding for new machines in 2016 presidential elections - advocates 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
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
Bitter lessons from old Ebola frontline in Uganda 1:27 am | Amy Fallon, Agence France-Presse In Ebola-hit communities in west Africa, hope of stopping the deadly virus may seem far away at times. But across the continent in Uganda, villagers who survived an outbreak two years ago describe how after the loss, the rebuilding of communities is tough and painful - but possible.
FOCUS | UAE domestic workers slave for 21 hours on average, eat moldy bread - HRW report 5:36 pm | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com Southern Leyte resident Marelie Brua is a volunteer in areas affected by typhoon Yolanda, where she monitors incidents of gender-based violence and spreads awareness about the realities domestic workers face when they work abroad.
2-STORY BAMBOO DUPLEXES | Poor families of Iloilo City get housing support from European NGO 11:22 am | Philippines News Agency Hilti Foundation, a family foundation based in Liechtenstein, is collaborating with the Iloilo city government and the Homeless People's Federation of the Philippines (HPFP) and Technical Assistance Movement for People and Environment (TAMPE) to help build homes for poor families.
MAGHUGAS NG KAMAY KONTRA EBOLA | DOH reminds everyone how to wash hands properly 10:54 am | InterAksyon.com In its campaign against the spread of Ebola, the Department of Health has urged the public, especially health care workers, to wash hands properly.
Rise in divorce in Iran linked to shift in status of women 4:47 am | Babak Dehghanpisheh, Reuters Weddings in Iran have long been an over-the-top affair with families spending thousands of dollars to celebrate a union. But now some couples are splurging on an entirely different sort of nuptial celebration: a divorce party.
12 ways the DOH, other gov't agencies are preparing for Ebola Virus Disease 5:54 pm | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com The Department of Health, Department of Foreign Affairs, World Health Organization, and related agencies on Wednesday detailed their preparations for the Ebola threat before the Senate Committee on Health, even as they subdued fears about the West African outbreak by painting a clear picture of the disease.
7 things you have to know about Ebola 3:32 pm | InterAksyon.com The Department of Health has come out with a series of information on the Ebola virus at its website. Here are 7 things everyone should know about the disease:
FOCUS | Life goes on in the shadow of restive Mayon volcano 12:17 pm | Text and Photos by Imelda V. Abano, InterAksyon.com For thousands of Albay folk living the past three weeks in evacuation centers, life has been difficult since Mayon showed signs of erupting: leaving them to debate the risks of instant death for returning into danger zones versus the anxiety of lacking basic things and waiting indefinitely.
HOW TO FIGHT EBOLA SPREAD IN PH? Doctors' group pushes for 3 actions 3:15 pm | InterAksyon.com Given the uncontrolled entry of travelers through the countryÃ¢ÂÂs different airports and sea ports, the Philippine College of Physicians has proposed three steps that the government should take to prevent the spread of the Ebola disease.
VIDEO | Few know about Leyte Landing and MacArthur - but to WWII vets, the memory remains alive 1:08 am | InterAksyon.com | Video Report by Ina Zara, News5 Few people can state well the significance of the Leyte Landing, or who is General Douglas MacArthur. But to World War II veterans, that day 70 years ago - that gave them hope freedom from a brutal occupation was at hand - is etched ever so clearly.
Palo folk stand to lose homes, cultural landmarks, to Pope's visit 8:16 pm | Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com (text and photos) What Yolanda failed to do the government may succeed in doing - the destruction of houses and structures, many still being repaired - to widen the highway leading to the seat of the Palo archdiocese in time for Pope Francis' visit.
LEYTE LANDING RECALLED | PNoy leads rites marking 70th anniversary of pivotal WWII naval battle 12:58 am | InterAksyon.com President Aquino spearheads Monday rites marking the 70th anniversary of the Leyte Landing of Oct. 20, 1944, a pivotal moment in the effort by the US-led Allied Forces to turn the tide against the Japanese invaders who had occupied the Philippines for over three years.
JEFFREY OR JENNIFER? | How should we call the victim who was killed in Olongapo? 5:54 pm | InterAksyon.com Jeffrey Laude or Jennifer Laude? He or she? How should we call and identify the person who on October 11, 2014 went out allegedly with a U.S. Marine and was later found dead in Celzone Lodge in Olongapo City?