By Azer N. Parrocha MANILA, March 30 (PNA) — Malacanang on Sunday said that Saturday’s incident which involved a Philippine vessel allegedly blocked by Chinese Coast Guards along the Ayungin Shoal (Second Thomas Shoal) was still being reviewed. It was reported that the vessel loaded with Philippine troops, supplies, media still managed to reach the Shoal despite the alleged harassment. The incident occurred amid rising tensions between the Philippines and China over the disputed West […]
By Michaela del Callar MANILA, March 30 (PNA) — The Philippines’ arbitration case against China took another leap forward after Manila submitted a crucial document containing volumes of evidence and maps seeking to nullify Beijing’s sweeping claim over the resource-rich South China Sea. Manila said the document, called the “memorial,” was transmitted electronically to the The Hague-based tribunal, where a five-man panel will review and hear the Philippine complaint, which was first initiated in January […]
The University of the Philippines Board of Regents approved the shift in the start of the academic calendar of UP from June to August, effective this coming school year.
The Philippines was included in the top new emerging countries with positive future developments in its economy.
President Aquino promised that the Philippines will continue to help in the search for MH370 and extends full support to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak
In preparation for the vacation season, the Land Transportation Office conducted inspections on the passenger buses in Araneta Bus Terminal in Quezon City.
According to Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte, President Aquino is aware of the problems involving MRT and LRT, and is periodically asking for updates regarding the situation.
In our Eagle on The Go, Eagle News Reporter Eden Suarez gives us the latest update on the recently held activity of the Iglesia Ni Cristo in Commonwealth Avenue.
According to Presidential Deputy Spokesperson Abigail Valte, the Palace has no plans to call for a Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council to quickly ratify the Bangsamoro Basic Law.
Nine rebel returnees reveal the alleged anomalies of the leadership of the CPP-NPA
Authorities were well-prepared for the “Lingap Pamamahayag” that was held by the Iglesia Ni Cristo in the Commonwealth Avenue. Posters informing motorists about the implemented re-routing schemes.
The Quezon City Police District describes as “generally peaceful” the recently held “Lingap Pamamahayag” of the Iglesia Ni Cristo in Commonwealth Avenue. Here is Eagle News Reporter Jerold Tagbo with the report.