The Office of the President's discretionary funds include a P1.4-billion donation of the Lopez-owned Benpres Corporation to the government dating back to 1990, which remains untouched
The hotel-casino presents its security plans and passes a Pagcor inspection, leading to the lifting of the suspension order issued against it after the deadly June 2 attack
The lawmaker who filed the bill seeking a P3,000 casino entrance fee admits he also gambles, but argues the law does not prohibit legislators from doing so
David Chua, chairman of Travellers International Hotel Group that owns and operates Resorts World, has been subpoenaed to appear on Wednesday, June 21
The House committees invite the Resorts World security team who were supposed to man the CCTV surveillance room, but who left their posts during the attack on June 2
This comes after the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation's decision to suspend the provisional license of the casino
Resorts World Manila says it has tapped a global security firm to review and beef up its security protocols
Despite challenges, Pagcor Chairperson Andrea Domingo says the local gaming industry's total revenues in 2017 may still expand to P160 billion
Lawmakers want to clip Pagcor's powers to grant licenses to casinos after Resorts World Manila management admitted security lapses in the June 2 incident
Stephen Reilly: 'When we played the first videos, I pointed out there should have been security personnel posted on certain points and they were not present'
Global anti-money laundering body Financial Action Task Force warns that 'dead chips' are often the instrument of choice of criminals as these are difficult to detect in cross border movements
Pagcor head Andrea Domingo says Resorts World failed to comply with a recent advisory to strengthen security measures
Local casinos are practicing minimum responsible gaming standards set by regulators. But compared to global practices, the Philippines seems to be just catching up.
The state can only do so much, says Pagcor boss Andrea Domingo in the wake of the Resorts World Manila attack
Udenna plans to break ground for the integrated resort and casino in 3 months' time. It targets to complete the development in 2022.
The gaming regulator makes the decision in response to a position letter from investors, seeking 'breathing space' for the market to mature
The Philippines is one of the best places to invest in, Andrea Domingo tells potential investors. Ignore the noise, she adds.
Offshore gaming companies take more than 80,000 square meters of the space available, according to Colliers International Philippines
The former Pacgor chief is accused of unauthorized disbursement of funds for national swimmers to train in a facility owned by his family
(UPDATED) The budget will be used for NAPC's pilot anti-poverty programs and the services of national government agencies that need more funding
Genuino, who is facing several corruption charges, says the trip is a 'much-needed vacation'
The DSWD begins coordinating with hospitals to speed up the process of distributing free medicines
PEZA chief Charito Plaza reacts to the President's allegation that 'the one who gets appointed to PEZA, he gets about P300 billion selling the umbrella-type of license'
(UPDATED) The President makes the statement 4 months after he indicated he was willing to give the online gaming industry a chance
Under the plan, Okada Manila will have a two-wing hotel with 993 rooms ranging from 55 square meters for deluxe rooms to 1,400-sqm villas
This will be the first DOH-compliant treatment and rehabilitation center in the country and will be built on a 1.9-hectare property in Brgy. Malagos, Davao City
A group questions a Pagcor rule that regulates offshore gaming
Policemen have been posted at the casino 'to ensure that no casino gambling operation will continue and that possible evidence shall not be concealed, destroyed or taken out,' says the CIDG-Region 3 chief
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II warns about the 'strong possibility' that the Chinese gaming tycoon may 'place himself beyond the reach' of Philippine law
Meanwhile, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says there is no need for an arrest warrant against Lam for him to be nabbed
Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa calls on the public to provide authorities with any information on the gaming tycoon's whereabouts
President Rodrigo Duterte tells PAGCOR he wants the community pharmacies to give free medicines to the poor
The Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) adds Raoul Creencia and Jose Christopher Manalo IV to its charges against ex-Pagcor officials stemming from an anomalous lease contract
A couple of lawmakers ask Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial about her department's capability to implement certain programs
State auditors find that, from 2004 to 2014, these GOCCs either did not declare, failed to record, failed to remit, or under-remitted their dividends
This comes after embattled businessman Roberto Ongpin sold his entire 53.76% stake in PhilWeb to Gregorio 'Greggy' Ma. Araneta III for a discounted price of P2.60 per share
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Gregorio 'Greggy' Araneta III, son-in-law of the late President Ferdinand Marcos, will be the new chairman of PhilWeb Corporation
Betting on the country's growth potential, Andrew Tan's investment holding firm is spending more to accelerate expansion of its businesses
'We are ready to help, since we have been the beneficiary of the city’s development, growth and the goodness of its people,' says Dr David Pillai of the Davao Medical Education Management Services
This is a huge jump from the P165-million proposal earlier presented by Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial before lawmakers at the House of Representatives
The businessman says he will donate P1 billion of the proceeds to the government's drug rehabilitation program
Assistant State Prosecutor Gilmarie Fe Pacamarra says a resolution may be issued this September
The President says he wants P35 billion in Pagcor funds to be devoted 'exclusively' to medicines for Filipinos
After not renewing PhilWeb's online gaming license, PAGCOR will look into the firm's mobile lottery proposal and review its terms
A congressman points out during the budget briefing that the PCSO's main source of revenue is gaming, which is under the jurisdiction of Pagcor
Education Secretary Leonor Briones no longer wants gambling money from Pagcor to continue funding education programs
In an amended proposal to PAGCOR, Ongpin says – for the 3rd time – that this is his 'last attempt' to save PhilWeb Corporation and its employees