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SC dissent: Grace lacks residency eligibility
Sen. Grace Poe lacks the 10-year residency requirement to run for president, according to a Supreme Court (SC) magistrate.
P-Noy to new PAF chief: Soar high
LIPA CITY, Batangas – As he prepares to bequeath a stronger Philippine Air Force to the next administration, President Aquino has ordered its new commander to lead the PAF in “soaring high” while maintaining professionalism and a culture of concern.
Roxas urges rivals’ closet allies in LP to come out
BATANGAS CITY – Administration presidential candidate Manuel Roxas II yesterday called on Liberal Party members and other allies secretly supporting rivals to come out in the open.
Vote receipts ruling divides poll watchdogs, civic groups
Poll watchdogs and civil society groups are divided over a decision of the Supreme Court (SC) ordering the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to issue vote receipts in the May 9 elections.
804 new HIV/AIDS cases recorded in January
The Department of Health (DOH) recorded 804 new cases of HIV/AIDS infections in January, the highest since 1984.
A report from the Epidemiology Bureau said the number is 50 percent higher than the 536 registered in January 2015 and the highest since 1984, when the country documented its first case.
Miriam wants rivals subjected to lifestyle check
Presidential candidate Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago has called for lifestyle checks on her rivals in view of the “scandalous amounts” they have spent for advertisements.
Santiago, author of the proposed Anti-Premature Campaigning Law
PhilHealth operating funds good only for 6 months’
LEGAZPI CITY – Operating funds of the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. are good for only six months unless the government pays its past billings for government hospitals amounting to billions, a PhilHealth official said on Tuesday.
Gov’t to lease 5 Japanese aircraft for maritime patrol
LIPA CITY, Batangas – The government will lease five aircraft from Japan to help patrol the country’s maritime territory, President Aquino announced yesterday.
BOC defers auction of 600,000 car plates
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) yesterday said that they postponed the auction of 600,000 car plates held by the agency after the supplier reportedly promised to pay P40 million in duties and taxes.
Binay camp vows to surpass Aquino economic achievement
The camp of Vice President Jejomar Binay yesterday promised to surpass the economic growth under the administration of President Aquino if he is elected president.
President Aquino appoints new Public-Private Partnership Center head
According to Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa, Jr., President Aquino has appointed lawyer Andre ‘Raj’ C. Palacios as Executive Director of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center of the Philippines," said Communication Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. in a statement issued on Tuesday.
600,000 car plates stuck in port
The Bureau of Customs has threatened the private consignee of the 600,000 vehicle license plates that it will put the shipment up for auction if the company will not pay around P40 million in duties and taxes this week.
'Fifty Shades' dishonored at anti-Oscar Razzie awards
The steamy romance -- described as a "warped, disturbingly abusive adult fairy tale" by movie website The Film Stage -- took the Golden Raspberry Award for joint worst picture alongside superhero flick "Fantastic Four." The big screen adaptation of EL James' sexually explicit novel
DFA chief: China not above international law
China is not above the law and should heed calls by the international community that it respect whatever is decided by an arbitration court on Manila’s case against Beijing’s expansive claims in the West Philippine Sea and South China Sea.
NPC goes for Grace-Chiz
As expected, the Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC) has decided to support Sen. Grace Poe for president and her running mate Sen. Francis Escudero. NPC president and Isabela Rep. Giorgidi Aggabao made the announcement yesterday in a press conference. “We wish …
PIA website hacked, releases false news on Binay, Mar
A hacker gained access to the website of the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) and published false reports against presidential candidates Manuel Roxas II and Vice President Jejomar Binay.
Fire hits Quiapo 60 families homeless
At least 60 families lost their homes and a fire volunteer was injured after a fire hit a residential area in Quiapo, Manila at the start of Fire Prevention Month on Tuesday.