As the Philippines marks National Safe Kids Week this third week of June, advocates are calling for stronger government and civil society action to protect children’s lives on the road
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Globe's prepaid customers in crisis-hit Marawi City can send free texts to all networks and make free calls to Globe and TM networks
The Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia will also study a proposal to 'stop the flow of terrorist financing' after a rare security meeting
While global economic conditions remain challenging, outgoing BSP Governor Amando Tetangco Jr says prospects for domestic economic activity continue to be firm
A stray bullet hits local government employee Ismail Saripada inside the capitol compound, which is considered a 'safe zone' in Marawi City
Eid'l Fitr or the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan falls on Monday, June 26
(UPDATED) P4,000 in cash will also be provided to each family to help them start a new life in Marawi
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In these formal or informal areas, women and children can feel safe – free from violence, trauma, and threats
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The administration's aim is not only to build homes for the poor but to build them within urban centers. It's a challenge on which past governments failed.
According to a Metropolitan Manila Development Authority report, the increase in trash cost taxpayers P1.84 billion in tipping fees
Spreading fake news is 'a sin against charity,' the CBCP says in a historic pastoral letter, one of the first of its kind in the world
Military spokesperson Brigadier General Restituto Padilla says all the hostages, including 12 children, are safe
The companies fear they will not be able to comply with future capital requirements by the Philippine Insurers and Reinsurers Association
Former president Benigno Aquino III also says he is 'concerned' about the ongoing clashes in Marawi City
The Zephyrus, an ultra-slim gaming laptop, arrives in the Philippines weeks after being unveiled at Taiwan's Computex. A version with the GTX 1070 graphics card is also available for P149,995.
Henry Sy Sr's conglomerate is expanding its presence in China and Mindanao. His group has also started submitting unsolicited proposals for public infrastructure.
'Ang hinihintay lang niyan sabihin na namatay na si Duterte. Mag-ambak-ambak 'yan doon sa selda niya,' says the President about detained Senator Leila de Lima
Australia vows 'to work with the Philippine government to combat terrorism in our region,' Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says
Bersola will earn her Bachelor in Sports Science degree with the highest honors after maintaining an overall weighted average grade of 1.18
Vice President Leni Robredo makes a side trip to Massachusetts to help clean and fix the apartment of her daughter who will study in Harvard for a year
AFP chief General Eduardo Año cites an order to the military to downplay 'news or information' on ISIS 'so as not to give them recognition and fan the flames of rebellion'
The revised rules of the law have been published, says the Department of Transportation, paving the way for implementation
BPI says an overzealous programmer is responsible for the system glitch that affected 1.5 million of its 8 million clients
The 22-year-old graduating student will speak on behalf of 36 summa cum laude students and 4,000 graduates
(UPDATED) Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales, with 12 months left in office, steps on the gas as Arroyo-time scam cases are being dismissed by the anti-graft court
The Philippines exits the tournament on a high note, defeating El Salvador
Team Philippines drops to a 1-2 record in the tournament
'Tutulungan ko kayo hanggang relocation. And then, we will rehabilitate ang Marawi. Gaganda iyon ulit,' says President Rodrigo Duterte as he visits evacuees staying in Iligan City
PAL will buy 7 Q400 turboprops from Canada's Bombardier as it aims to increase its fleet serving smaller islands in the Philippines
The committee on good government asks appellate court justices to explain their order for the provisional release of the Ilocos Norte officials detained by the House
The good government committee tells the officials, 'If you’re not willing to answer any questions, wala po kaming magagawa kundi ibalik kayo sa detention cell'
The DILG projects that a total of P28.2 million is needed every 6 months to fund the salaries of the 261 dependents of injured and fallen soldiers and cops
'We'll start producing Tiger beer first this year and then later move on to producing Heineken locally which we are trying for this year also,' says LT Group president Michael Tan
ATMs, cash deposit machines, and other electronic banking channels will be offline from 10:30 pm on June 24 to 3:00 pm on June 25
No Filipino is reported injured in the attack near the Finsbury Park Mosque in London, the Philippines says, as it 'reaffirms its solidarity' with the UK
'Balik-Islam Group in the Philippines is very peaceful, very democratic, and very tolerant and linking them with ISIS is in fact providing them an injustice,' says terror expert Rommel Banlaoi
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'We might be sleeping soundly here but our brothers in Marawi City are in miserable condition,' Colonel Alden Juan Masagca, commanding officer of the Army's 901st Infantry Brigade, says in his appeal to Bicolanos
Duterte’s experience as mayor is out of proportion to the demands of the presidency. It ill-prepared him for checks and balances central to a democracy.
(3rd UPDATE) While acquitted of murder, OFW Jennifer Dalquez 'was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment...for stealing a mobile phone,' the DFA says
The old district jail in Ubay town used to pack 168 inmates in a space meant for only 23 people
Kobe Paras pulls off two thunderous dunks but doesn't advance to the final 4
The suspects are identified as Farida Pangumping Romato, Aljadid Pangumping Romato, and Abdulrahman Dimacuta
No post-authoritarian president has publicly mused about the declaration of martial law as much as Rodrigo Duterte