After winning the silver medal last year in the same category, Zamboanga Peninsula’s Jose Maria Pague beat Negros Island Region;s Ibarra Ortega with a score of 8-3
(UPDATED) In a statement, Tadeco says Calida's statement is 'premature and uninformed' as past justice secretaries had found arrangements to be valid and beneficial to BuCor and the country
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'It is an indication that the family would like to professionalize the management of the SM group in preparation for the future,' says its new chairman, Jose Sio
The Bureau of Customs files a complaint over the real estate developer's unpaid taxes on construction materials imported for the Iglesia ni Cristo-owned Philippine Arena
A spokesman for the ministry of penitentiary affairs, who gave the toll of dead and wounded, says 9 of those killed died of gunshot wounds
In Antique, Jose Pague and his group from Zamboanga Peninsula win a gold in the team competition of the secondary boys division
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida says the complaint of Jude Sabio is another 'baseless suit' that violates the Supreme Court's earlier warning to the lawyer
The new evidence supposedly points to the liabilities of Aquino and the Liberal Party
Established only in 2003, Cebu Landmasters already has 11% market share of Cebu’s property scene. The company is planning to launch its IPO next month.
'We have not seen the end of this,' Budget Secretary Diokno says
Dancers prepare for their national performance as athletes make last minute mind and body conditioning before the Games open on Sunday, April 23
Kiper Bayern Muenchen Manuel Neuer mengalami keretakan di kaki kirinya
New DFA spokesman Robespierre Bolivar says the upcoming ASEAN Summit will also be a chance 'to show the best of the Philippines'
The Supreme Court affirms its rejection of a petition that alleges the SEC guidelines on foreign ownership were ‘tailor-made’ to allow PLDT to skirt the cap set by the Constitution
'If the development of the regions can be achieved by decentralization, why still make them independent states and divide the country as a result?' asks former Supreme Court Justice Vicente Mendoza
The Solicitor General also says it was 'prudent' for him to 'provide much needed moral support' to the VACC, the group that filed the complaint against De Lima
De Lima's lawyers insist, however, that the issue is 'legal nitpicking and hairsplitting' and does not merit the High Court's attention
'These various due process violations, disregard of constitutional rights, and violations of laws and procedure, reveal a clear and unmistakable pattern of persecution,' Senator Leila de Lima tells the High Court in her memorandum
Akdang-Buhay: F. Sionil Jose talks about literature, colonialism, and class struggles
Robbie Barrett pays tribute to the Pacquiao-Marquez rivalry with a tattoo that features his suggestively placed nipples
General Santos is PLDT's first 'Fibr City' in Mindanao, allowing the telco to bring 'ultra fast' internet speed there
(UPDATED) 'I am most likely to visit the Philippines to promote and advance the peace process,' CPP founder Jose Maria Sison tells Rappler
(UPDATED) The ruling says the sanction is due to 'administrative irregularities' by top opposition leader Henrique Capriles in his post as governor of the northern state of Miranda
The company seeks to raise funds in order to refinance a $350 million bridge loan from BDO Unibank Inc
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The 4th round of talks is held in the town of Noordwijk in The Netherlands
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Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says he will not cave in to blackmails of immigration officers who have skipped work, creating long lines at the airports
Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno wants the Commission on Audit and the Bureau of Internal Revenue to look into the use of the express lane fund
'I will not arrest him. I'll even pay for his hospitalization kung gusto niya,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
Secretary to the Cabinet Leoncio Evasco Jr proposes the fast-tracking of proposed amendments to the Philippine Immigration Act of 1940
The complaint stems from POC president Jose Cojuangco's allegedly defamatory statements that PSC commissioner Ramon Fernandez was involved in game fixing during his PBA days
(2nd UPDATE) The Department of Budget and Management also posts an inaccurate monthly salary of immigration officers, BI personnel point out
(UPDATED) Negotiators representing the government and the communist rebels return to the negotiating table amid pressure to forge a joint ceasefire agreement
Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says immigration workers who skip work because of the issue 'can be replaced anytime' because they hold contractual positions
(4th UPDATE) 'Whole neighborhoods' are wiped out following the massive mudslide that hit Mocoa, a town of 40,000
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines calls Duterte's rant a 'brazen abuse' of his power as chief executive
(UPDATED) Valls: 'I think you should not take any risks for the Republic. So, I will vote for Emmanuel Macron.'
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Sereno says that it's possible for the SC to grant partial relief to De Lima without saying that the RTC judge committed grave abuse of authority
Calida maintains: I can defend whoever I want to defend
'You have here a case where all these are not qualified for the witness protection program but are in conspiracy with De Lima are not named in the information. Would you say that there is a singling out of the accused?' Associate Justice Marvic Leonen asks Solicitor General Jose Calida
Listen to the audio stream of the oral arguments on the petitions of detained Senator Leila de Lima
A House bill seeks to make the Solicitor General in charge of the PCGG, tasked with recovering the Marcoses' ill-gotten wealth. Solicitor General Jose Calida supported the vice-presidential bid of Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
HB 5233 also seeks to remove the Office of the Solicitor General as an attached agency of the Department of Justice and instead put it under the Office of the President
The expansion is part of Smart's 3-year network rollout plan, where it told the NTC that it will make LTE progressively available to users in 1,551 cities and municipalities by 2018