Malacañang reminds Filipinos of the many victories Manny Pacquiao brought to the Philippines throughout his prizefighting career
After his stay in the hospital, Prince Philip is expected to return to Windsor, where he is due to rest
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Heads up, history buffs! Gyeongsangbuk-do is the perfect destination for you.
Netizens remind President Rodrigo Duterte that he once said he wanted to rename Malacañang Palace to 'People's Palace'
The police says it is not a terror attack because the bomb had a specific target
(2ND UPDATE) ERC chairman and CEO Jose Vicente Salazar is accused of 'serious dishonesty, gross neglect of duty, and grave misconduct'
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte is choosing from 'many names' to fill in the vacancy at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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Malacañang says it issued Memorandum Circular 16 to improve coordination among government agencies
The Pistons will be moving to the new downtown Little Caesars Arena next season, where the NHL's Detroit Red Wings will also play
The President extends the invitation to the Vice President during Friday's Philippine National Police Academy graduation rites
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(4th UPDATE) Here is what we know about the deadliest attack in Britain since 2005
(UPDATED) Four people are killed and 40 injured after being run over and stabbed in a lightning attack at the gates of British democracy, attributed by police to 'Islamist-related terrorism'
The new 'strategy' comes in the wake of the highly-publicized blunders of Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar
'The arrest of an incumbent senator demonstrates the President's strong resolve to fight pushers, peddlers, and their protectors,' says Malacañang
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella says President Rodrigo Duterte merely explained how his family progressed
Malacañang reacts to former president Ramos, who expressed concern that Duterte appears to be making decisions without first consulting his Cabinet members
There’s enough things to see, do, eat, and try here from dusk till dawn
President Rodrigo Duterte conveys his sympathies to the South Korean businessman's widow
(UPDATED) 'We are disturbed by the propensity of the officials of this administration to blame the media whenever the inflammatory statements of the President stir controversy or draw flak,' says the Malacañang Press Corps
The President mixes a prepared speech with spontaneous jokes at the traditional Palace event. Vice President Leni Robredo is conspicuously absent.
Boats are barred from parts of the river near Malacañang Palace until early Tuesday morning, January 10
Drottningholm Palace, which is on the UNESCO world heritage list, was built in the 1600s on Lovon island in Stockholm
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella quotes Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo in claiming 10 died at the Leyte blast. Taguiwalo says the information she forwarded to the Cabinet official 'was unofficial.'
Diego Costa scores the lone goal in a tight win over Crystal Palace, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores twice in a Manu U win over West Bromwich Albion
'Alamin natin kung sino muna si kumpare kasi malaking bagay ‘yan na kailangang malaman ng publiko,' says Communications Assistant Secretary Ana Maria Banaag
The Pistons are set to start playing at a new 20,000-seat downtown arena beginning next season
With President Duterte, Communications Secretary Andanar, and Presidential Spokesman Abella abroad, Palace spokesmen could not give media information about the burial
'Prince Harry is worried about Ms Markle's safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her,' says the prince's communication secretary Jason Knauf in a statement
(2nd UPDATE) A government spokesman urges people 'not to rush to come in the early days' as the throne hall would be open for 'a long time'
Jurgen Klopp has kept his squad fresh through player rotation and hopes to push the team's unbeaten run to 10 matches
Malacañang, on behalf of the Filipino nation, extends its condolences to the king's family and the people of Thailand
Black charcoal buns, codfish with sea urchin, pumpkin-flavored peking duck wrappers, and more – the Chinese restaurant and its Cantonese menu are getting a makeover
'Prisoners are being selected and isolated just to be intimidated into implicating me and to fit the President’s narrative that I am a drug lord coddler, aside from being the most evil woman in the planet,' says Senator Leila de Lima
'Kasi kung paiba-iba ang salita mo, maski papaano magsa-suffer ang credibility not only of the head of state kundi buong country as well,' says the senator
(UPDATED) The Palace prohibits media from airing live Duterte's events on Monday, September 12 but gives assurances that 'this is not the protocol' for future events
"Look at my batik!," he told Philippine media
Rousseff will have to rediscover life without the presidential plane and an army of secretaries, advisors, cooks and guards, along with other perks that come with governing the country of 206 million people
President Rodrigo Duterte says he wants to make the name change before he steps down in 2022
Forty-two appointees take their oath in the presence of President Rodrigo Duterte
The sprawling Wynn Palace has more than 50 shops, 13 restaurants, and 1,700 rooms
Lawyer Lloyd del Socorro, the person being held in the shoulders by Duterte in the viral photo, tells the story behind the snap
Internationally-acclaimed director Brillante Mendoza explains why there is a need to 'direct' the first State of the Nation Address of President Duterte
Palace Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says the week of July 10 will be 'very historic' as the country awaits landmark announcements from The Hague and the Office of the President
President Rodrigo Duterte, set to be the second president to live in Bahay Pangarap, will be moving in on the week of July 11
In his first 100 days as Philippine president, Duterte is likely to continue giving media the cold shoulder in order to focus on work, says his spokesman