The Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Malacañang will be a no-fly zone for thirty minutes during the arrival of United States President Barack Obama in his visit to the country.
Senate Majority Leader Cayetano insists that the DOJ disclose the list of officials in Napoles’ affidavit
Senate Majority Leader Allan Peter Cayetano insisted that the Department of Justice release to the public the list of officials in the affidavit made by Janet Lim Napoles. He also accused the opposition of muddling the issue through black propaganda.
Two Filipinos who were rescued from the sunken South Korean ferry in Sewol are temporarily living in the Philippine Overseas Labor Office. Said Filipinos, who were performers in the ill-fated ferry, both chose to stay in Korea as investigations regarding the incident are still pending.
The Bangko ng Sentral ng Pilipinas will change the color of the 100 peso bill to make it easier to differentiate from the 1000 peso bill.
THE Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ) will be holding a special worship service and a relief and medical mission on Saturday, April 26, at the SM Mall of Asia grounds in Pasay City, in commemoration of the first year anniversary of its evangelical and relief mission dubbed “Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko” or “My Countrymen, My Brethren.” Tens of thousands are expected to attend the event that will start at 6:00 in the morning. The […]
Ousted Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona wants the highest court in the land to stop the Sandiganbayan to hear the ill-gotten wealth cases filed by the Office of Ombudsman against him and his wife.
Two suspects were arrested by the police for the explosion in the Manila Police District Station 1.
Victims of the sex-for-flight scam are appealing the dismissal of the case against Villafuerte.
According the PAGASA, the easterlies affect the weather system of the Philippines, particularly in Luzon and Visayas.
According to the Department of Tourism, Hong Kong tourists start returning to the country, with the lifting of the travel restriction because of the apology given by former president and Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada.
According to the Napoles camp, the list of those involved in the pork barrel camp that is in the hands of former Senator and now Rehabilitation Czar Panfilo Lacson. They further added that when Jimmy Napoles gave the list to Lacson, Janet is still in the process of remembering those involved.
Malacañang said on Thursday, that while the Philippines has settled with the government of Hong Kong after Luneta Hostage tragedy on 2010, still the concerns of the victims and their families are being brought up. Cabinet Secretary Jose Rene Almendras said in a televised press in Malacañang that the agreement between the Philippines and Hong Kong to resolve the incident and their strained relations is “The beginning of a new journey.”