Cebu Pacific holds a seat sale for the Manila-Sydney route for one week in July, with prices as low as P9,100
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Rappler talks to the Israeli Ambassador amid the shifting power dynamics in the Middle East
The Bases Conversion and Development Authority plans to start the auction for the airport's P12.5-billion expansion within the year
Environmentalist Kevin Iro says the marine reserve, known as Marae Moana, would give the environment a chance to heal, allowing the islanders to protect their legacy
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Economists express concern over infrastructure projects, warning that changing modes of implementation midway would lead to delays and slower growth
Times Higher Education says UP, which ranks 200th, 'is largely seen as one of the best Filipino universities in national rankings and among the top institutions in Asia'
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There are reasons Yuchengcos are seldom quoted in news reports – even if there have been issues hounding their companies like the Pacific Plans estafa charges and RCBC-Bangladesh Bank heist
The Ombudsman says the unliquidated SEA Games fund was deposited to the personal account of then Bacolod Representative Monico Puentevella in 2005
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Cebu Pacific says this is in response to a long-standing tourist request
The Department of Labor and Employment reminds OFWs that the transfer from one employer to another should undergo a formal hiring process for easier documentation
DOTr says Cebu Pacific should have deplaned passengers within 2 hours
About 68 listed Philippine firms, including 4 Andrew Tan-led businesses, will need to sell more shares to the public if SEC hikes the minimum public float to 20%
Philippine labor attaché David Dicang says the situation in Qatar has normalized
Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, the sister company of PLDT, buys the telco's remaining stake in Beacon for P21.8 billion
But Ressie Fos, who chairs the United Filipino Organizations in Qatar, expressed fears that prices of basic goods and commodities might shoot up
Empire East will continue to invest and expand in the Philippines, allocating P25 billion in capital spending budget over the next 5 years to fund its projects in Metro Manila and the south
(3rd UPDATE) Iran, meanwhile, announces it has sent tons of vegetables to Qatar since the diplomatic crisis began
Cebu Pacific, best known for its budget flights, says the new planes will start arriving next March
(UPDATED) The DOLE partially lifts the deployment ban on Qatar. The suspension stays for those whose papers have yet to be processed.
The suspension order is 'premature' as the government has not completed a formal assessment of the situation in Qatar, says ACTS-OFW Representative Aniceto Bertiz III
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Philippine Airlines will not carry Qatari nationals into the UAE and UAE nationals into Qatar, in line with guidelines from Abu Dhabi authorities
Doha's Hamad International Airport was virtually deserted early on Tuesday, June 6. More than 30 flights were shown cancelled on airport television screens and the departures hall was eerily quiet.
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III augments the manpower of Philippine overseas labor offices in Qatar and other countries in the Middle East to address the concerns of Filipino workers
Marie Antoinette San Diego becomes an International Master at the East Asian Junior Chess Championship in Tagaytay City
Filipinos are the fourth biggest group of foreign workers in Qatar
Through its deal with the Alsons group, Global Business Power will now reach the Mindanao market
The Ocean Conference in New York June 5-9 attempts to rally nations big and small to make meaningful changes to preserve what is arguably the Earth's most important resource
It was in 1999 when MRT3 was opened to decongest EDSA. Now, EDSA remains congested
'It's a long-term effort to get rid of the single-use throw-away culture,’ says Pinabacdao Mayor Teodorico Mabag
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The Philippine Department of Transportation has one condition for Qatar Airways: eventually have flights from Davao City
Set to be completed in August 2018, the two additional stations are designed to accommodate 80,000 more passengers daily during the first 5 years of operations
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial is one of the 6 from the Western Pacific Region who received the 2017 World No Tobacco Day 2017 Award
China is 'strongly dissatisfied at the G7 summit gesticulating over the issues of the East and South China seas under the guise of international law'
Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC) – which holds power, water, rails, toll roads, logistics, and hospitals in its portfolio – will soon announce a 'big' investment in Mindanao
The San Beda College Red Lions successfully recovered from an awful first half and never looked back to seal a 2-0 record in the tourney.
The two airlines offer rebooking and other options for passengers going to Mindanao, after President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law there
Service to Kuwait will end in June 2017, while service to Riyadh and Doha will end in early July
What does Russia stand to gain from rolling out the red carpet for Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and his delegation?
The company posts its first annual net loss in 8 years in March, citing intense competition as lower cost airlines, particularly from mainland China, eat into its market share
(4th UPDATE) 'This is a battle between barbaric criminals who seek to obliterate human life, and decent people of all religions who seek to protect it,' says US President Donald Trump
(UPDATED) Several countries try to ‘resuscitate’ the massive free trade pact even as the new US trade chief affirms President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw
Trump favors bilateral trade deals over the ambitious multilateral pacts of Barack Obama's administration
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The reason? Women who get pregnant but can't produce a marriage certificate face detention.