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PHL, China agree to negotiate for new Ayungin Shoal deal

HIGH-RANKING diplomats from the Philippines and China were at loggerheads on how to defuse the tension in Ayungin Shoal in the West Philippine Sea,...

Palace clears P6.35-trillion proposed national expenditures plan for 2025

INITIATIVES that will enhance the capability of the country’s students and labor force will get the lion’s share of the P6.352-trillion proposed national expenditures...

New scam wave can bypass traditional telco networks: PCTO

THE Philippine Chamber of Telecommunications Operators (PCTO) on Tuesday issued a warning about a new wave of scam messages targeting mobile users through methods...

At least one rate cut ‘more likely’ this year–think tank

THE decision to maintain key policy rates at 6.5 percent in the last meeting of the Monetary Board may be the last time the...

Philippines won’t invoke mutual defense treaty with US after Chinese confrontation at disputed shoal

By JIM GOMEZ Associated PressThe Philippines said Friday it has no plan to invoke its mutual defense treaty with the United States after the...

Gencars inaugurates the new Isuzu San Pablo, largest Isuzu showroom in PHL

Gencars, Inc. unveiled the new Isuzu San Pablo dealership, the largest Isuzu showroom in the Philippines on June 14, 2024, coinciding with the dealership’s...

Wellness: The way of life at Sandari Calatagan

There’s nothing quite like life by the sea. The gentle sound of waves washing over the sand. The hypnotic ebb and flow of the...

Newly-built motorboats, bancas must be registered June 28

THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) on Thursday announced a firm June 28 deadline for the registration of all newly constructed motorboats and bancas.In a...

DOH expands jobs fair

MORE than 2,800 jobs are up for grabs as the Department of Health (DOH) expanded its job fair as part of its 126th anniversary...

DTI, MDA set to use free trade agreements

THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), in partnership with the Mindanao Development Authority launched a trade education and advocacy campaign which aims to...

Hopes for recovery of missing seaman dim as MV Tutor sinks

THE Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) on Thursday confirmed MV Tutor has sunk close to the coast of Eritrea, “complicating” the search operation for the missing...

Another Teves falls

THE Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday confirmed the arrest of businessman and former Negros Oriental governor Pryde Henry A. Teves, who is facing...

Congressman seeks stricter rules for investor’s visas

A  LAWMAKER from Mindanao has urged Congress to amend and update the outdated Special Investor’s Resident Visa (SIRV) program, which is being exploited by...

Groups want non-politician to be new head of DepEd

FOLLOWING the resignation of Vice President Sara Z. Duterte as Education Secretary, the Teachers’ Dignity Coalition (TDC) said President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. should appoint...

Government keeping growth goals despite risks

HIGHER-FOR-LONGER interest rates and current geopolitical risks that threaten to cause a spike in oil and food prices are not enough reasons for the...

Visayas mega project: AG&P, VNHIC collaborate on $15-billion bridge and expressway network

AG&P Industrial and the Visayas Neceboley Interlink Holdings Corp. (VNHIC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Tuesday for a $15-billion mega infrastructure project...

Rene Saguisag, senator, human rights lawyer and advocate for clean government, dies

RENE A.V. SAGUISAG, former senator, human rights lawyer and freedom fighter, has died, his family announced on Wednesday.“As we mourn his loss, we take...

DA: Deep piers for large ships will cut cost of logistics, inputs

The Department of Agriculture (DA) is pushing for the construction of deep piers designed for large ships to reduce the cost of transporting farm...

Brace for EU deforestation law, exporters told

Exporters of coffee, beef, soy, palm oil, and rubber need to prepare for the entry into force of a law that aims to prevent...

Manila traffic jams to be solved by provincial progress–Marcos

PRESIDENT Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. said on Sunday that continuous development of nearby provinces and cities, fostering economic growth beyond the capital city and...
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