(UPDATED)The LTRFB board under the Duterte administration has been looking for the documents since it assumed office, says board member Aileen Lizada
Public transportation groups say their members should also be spared from apprehension while waiting for the approval of their franchise applications
When filed, the apprehension of Grab and Uber drivers without permits, which is set to begin on July 26, will be put on hold
A one-stop shop at the LTFRB headquarters in Quezon City will process applications from 8 am to 3 pm daily
Transportation Undersecretary Thomas Orbos counters the defense of the transportation network companies
LTFRB chairman Martin Delgra III invites other application-based transport service providers to work with them, if Grab and Uber will not
(UPDATED) Transport network giants Uber and Grab will keep their drivers on the road, even those without permits, as they await a clarification on the LTFRB order that stands to affect thousands of commuters
LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada warns Uber and Grab against continued operation without permits
Beyond convenience, the ride-sharing app has offered life-changing opportunities for these Filipinos.
'Even during normal times, nursing mothers, babies, pregnant women must have the best of care,' Senator Juan Edgardo Angara says
(UPDATED) Government officials, firefighters, rescuers, soldiers, and police also respond to the different earthquake scenarios across Metro Manila for #MMShakeDrill
Military expert Matthew B. Holly says the photo was from a Japanese photographer's travelogue through Micronesia published before Amelia Earhart vanished
(UPDATED) The LTFRB says the ride-hailing companies should have been closed down because of the violations, but the public interest 'overrides' this penalty
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
The drivers are petitioning a Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board order halting the processing of new drivers' applications issued in July 2016
The photo has been buried in the US National Archives for decades
The Procurement Service, an agency under the budget department, provides updates on the status of equipment that the Commission on Audit says remain undelivered to the PNP
Iraqi forces are facing increasingly difficult fighting and a rising number of suicide attacks, including some by female bombers, in the final stages of the battle for Mosul
(UPDATED) More than 8 months after the operation to retake Mosul was launched, ISIS has gone from fully controlling the city to holding a limited area on its western side
The declaration comes after the killing of Kim's estranged half-brother Kim Jong-Nam by two women using the banned nerve agent VX at Kuala Lumpur international airport in February
State auditors say there are firearms and equipment that have not yet been delivered for 3 or more years
Commanders say the jihadists are putting up fierce resistance and there are fears for more than 100,000 civilians believed to be trapped in the maze of narrow streets
'4:44' is Jay Z's first album since 2013's 'Magna Carta Holy Grail'
Tycoon Ramon Ang confirms San Miguel Corporation and its unit San Miguel Pure Foods will sell some shares for compliance
(UPDATED) Even after the discovery of false claims and an old unrelated photo, Aguirre stands by his Department Order 385 to probe into a supposed destabilization plot by opposition leaders
The Palace says Aguirre still enjoys the 'full trust' of President Rodrigo Duterte
The terminations came as the ride-sharing firm looked into 215 claims of discrimination, harassment, unprofessional behavior, bullying, retaliation and 'physical security.'
'Not caring about the lives of the people is one of the most important reasons for the destruction of this country,' Hussein Mahdi writes on the agency's webpage
A senior credit officer at Moody's says the firm expects the economic impact of the Marawi crisis to be 'minimal and short-lived'
The comedian is fired after being photographed holding up a prop of US President Donald Trump's severed head
Local governments are 'encouraged' to pass their own local ordinances that will implement Executive Order 26 and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
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This is the second known mistake committed by the state-run news agency in May 2017
'If people think that other donors would be without conditions, I would like to see those providers of assistance who have no conditions,' an EU official says
The Unification Ministry gives the green light to a request by the Korean Sharing Movement
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No, you can't mount your phone above the dashboard
The Land Transportation Office reminds motorcycle riders that they cannot use their phones even for navigation under the Anti-Distracted Driving Act
Drivers under Transport Network Vehicle Service companies rely heavily on navigational apps like Waze and Google Maps
The Comelec and CHR chiefs' net worth, as well as that of the Ombudsman and chairpersons of COA and CSC, all increase in 2016
The fiber-only internet service provider also introduces 'FiberXtreme' 300Mbps/P4500 and 500Mbps/P7000 a month plans
It's no secret President Rodrigo Duterte dislikes tycoon Roberto Ongpin. But Duterte's friendly approach toward China may be the key Ongpin has long been waiting for to unlock a natural gas windfall in the South China Sea.
NBI-Bacolod head Renoir Baldovino says a woman sought their help last month after she found out the American uploaded some videos of them having sex online without her consent
Newly appointed assistant secretary Mocha Uson can no longer 'misbehave' in her blog
SSS and NGCP have different interpretations of Republic Act 10752 – the Act of Facilitating the Acquisition of Right-of-Way Site or Location for National Government Infrastructure Projects
'Well, there's a presumption of regularity,' says Environment Undersecretary for Legal Affairs Maria Paz Luna