Regalado Highway will be partially closed from Bristol Street to Commonwealth Avenue, from April 17 to June 16 for Phase 1 of the construction
(UPDATED) The road closures will not start on April 4 as originally scheduled, according to the project's Traffic Task Force
Britain is gearing up to strike its own trade deals outside of the European single market and is looking to its former global network
(UPDATED) The Queen mentions the Olympics and her 90th birthday, but not Brexit
What needs to be done is to pass proposed amendments to the 80-year-old Public Service Law, says a PCC commissioner
PNP Highway Patrol Group personnel will be deployed to 'address the traffic problem and ensure the safe travel of motorists'
'Some of our island states in the Pacific and the Caribbean will be hit first and potentially disappear, therefore climate change has been an issue of real importance to the Commonwealth,' says an official
Members of multi-sectoral groups expressed their support for President Rodrigo Duterte but said they would remain 'vigilant'
Marilou Syjueco, a former assistant professor at the FEU Institute of Technology, is willing to take a pay cut just to teach senior high school students at Malabon National High School
'At the central office, we monitor if there is an insurmountable problem that is systemic. There's none, so far,' says Education Secretary Armin Luistro
A stretch of Commonwealth Road in Quezon City has been closed for the whole-day event
(UPDATED) Some people online – including several news groups – confuse a 2013 exposé with the 2016 Panama Papers probe
(UPDATED) A massive iceberg grounded near a colony of Adelie penguin in Antarctica also forced them to make a lengthy trek to find food
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Commonwealth summit host Malta says 'near unanimity on a very focused statement on climate change' may lead to success at COP21
Leaders from the 53-country family produce a "message of Commonwealth ambition and determination" for the COP21 talks in Paris
The PNP chief assures the public that maximum tolerance will be exercised by cops but calls on protesters to do the same
Lawyer Crisanto Saruca Jr of the MMDA Traffic Discipline Office says the MMDA is investigating the incident and is in the process of identifying the driver
The defense ministry said two Tornado jets hit the post with a Brimstone missile used against tanks and the vehicle with a 500-pound (230 kilogram) Paveway IV laser-guided bomb
Pro-independence leader Alex Salmond says he is confident of victory despite a new poll showing the pro-UK campaign recovering lost ground
Scotland First Minister Alex Salmond: 'As a country we are rediscovering self-confidence, as a nation we are finding our voice... On September 18, we the people hold our destiny in our own hands.'
(UPDATED) Money, oil, the Royal family: Issues Scotland and the United Kingdom need to discuss if Scots decide on independence
An event long written-off as a dusty anachronism in the modern, profit-driven era of international sport ended with England on top of the medals table for the first time since 1986
Sprint superstar Usain Bolt anchored the Jamaican team to victory in the Commonwealth Games men's 4x100m relay as England topped the medals table for the first time in 28 years
The Queen called on those present to "unite" in difficult times as a minute's silence was held for the victims of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight disaster
Some of Scotland's best-loved exports will help kick off the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday, the beginning of a two-week party in Glasgow
There are about a billion sheep around the world – including around 70 million in Australia alone
The third in line to the British throne honors the fallen at a famous WWII battleground in Italy
PHLPost has printed 1.2 million copies of the stamp featuring INC founder Felix Manalo, along with the bloc-voting group's centennial logo and photo of its Central Temple
Canada suspends funding to the Commonwealth due to Sri Lanka's alleged rights abuses
The LTFRB says it will not hesitate to take immediate action against erring bus firms to protect public safety
(UPDATED) The Iglesia ni Cristo expects up to 100,000 participants in the event
The event forces the anti-graft court Sandiganbayan to cancel work on Friday, March 28
Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson warns about the dangers posed by overloaded vehicles
At least 11 people are injured after a Mayamy Bus slams into 8 vehicles along the widest road in the Philippines
But Australia's national science agency tries to give the 7-year-old her Christmas wish, and 3D prints a dragon out of titanium
The probe reportedly centers on a post-doctoral student who, until last week, worked in the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation's (CSIRO) highly sensitive nanotechnology laboratory in Melbourne
Sri Lanka begins compiling a death toll from its ethnic conflict as it seeks to fend off growing pressure over allegations of mass killings at the end of the war
But the show of unity will do no more than mask the divisions within Commonwealth ranks after three days of talks
Rajapakse tells reporters he is ready to confront the likes of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron but would not be lectured to
Pressure grows to boycott the event over alleged war crimes by Colombo
Researchers say the discovery could help prospectors discover new deposits of the precious metal
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper has threatened to withdraw funding for the Commonwealth in an escalating row over rights abuses by Sri Lanka
Malala is also set to publish her autobiography 'I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban'
(UPDATED) Gov't: 'The Gambia will never be a member of any neo-colonial institution and will never be a party to any institution that represents an extension of colonialism'
Ours is the day and age where activism has to play and will continue to play a huge part in 'waking up' a sleeping humanity
The United Kingdom issued an advisory against traveling to parts of Mindanao in the wake of the Cagayan de Oro bombing and Maguindanao clashes
For the first time, the US agrees to look into Philippine army records, extending benefits to over 4,000 World War II veterans
'We are implacably opposed to all forms of discrimination, whether rooted in gender, race, color, creed, political belief or other grounds'