'We also accept that road safety is our shared responsibility and not of the driver alone,' says Transportation Undersecretary Thomas Orbos
Harleen Jao took her time to develop 'tsokolate' in a sachet, in a bid to take the time out of preparing the traditional Filipino drink
The products’ designs are seen to spark hope for people with special needs by including them in this endeavor
'Before these artists joined Dire Husi, they had difficulty in letting go of their past, but because of music and art, their lives have changed forever'
Transportation Undersecretary Thomas Orbos says motor vehicle inspection will also begin in January
If you buy one of his miniature tricycles, 'you are also helping others,' says Andy Villaruel, the Dumaguete craftsman born with no hands
'Unearth the dictator,' says an anti-Marcos group a year after the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was given a hero's burial
'Honors undeserved do not transform the undeserving,' says former solicitor general Florin Hilbay
Various events are organized around the Philippines for the World Day of Remembrance
'Comparatively, our protests here suck. I mean, where did they get that giant Trump fidget spinner? That's amazing!'
Violators will be apprehended via the no-contact apprehension policy and will be fined P500 per offense
Only 15 trains will be in use during weekdays, lower than the usual 15 to 18 trains in operation per day
Born in Lucena, Quezon, Filipino-Canadian Senator Tobias Enverga Jr 'passed away unexpectedly' on November 16, his office says
The daily glitches are no longer acceptable, say MRT commuters
Studies show coal is projected to rise in the whole ASEAN region in the next few years
(UPDATE) DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones explains that Lumad schools applying for a permit should go through the process required by the department
Maria Isabel Lopez appears before the LTO but has yet to submit a formal written appeal for breaking into the special ASEAN lanes
ASEAN cities share innovative urban solutions for climate mitigation and adaptation
'Our trains are very safe....All of the trains that are deployed are safe and functional,' MRT3 director for operations Mike Capati assures commuters following the incident
'How many more limbs or arms should be injured for those in power to act on commuters’ safety?'
The Philippines needs to get support for data gathering and capacity building, says Senator Loren Legarda, head of the Philippine delegation at the 23rd UN Climate Change Conference
Entrepreneurs and innovators share tips and insights to millennials on how to effectively implement their inventions
The MMDA ends the implementation of ASEAN lanes along EDSA and Roxas Boulevard Wednesday morning, November 15
More than a hundred protesters are injured from the protest actions during the 31st ASEAN Summit
Transportation Undersecretary Cesar Chavez says Angeline Fernando's arm has been successfully reattached to her body
In a 15-point statement, the leaders commit to a 'strong determination to enhance cooperation in food security by encouraging countries in the region to take effective measures'
EcoWaste Coalition hopes Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's response on the issue is not another empty promise
'An important element of the discussions is to really strengthen the solidarity of the peoples among Southeast Asia'
Cops use a long-range audio device (LRAD), considered as a sonic weapon applied for crowd control
ASEAN civil society groups say that the protection of human rights in the region is 'inadequate'
Investigations show that the driver of the Isuzu Crosswind which rammed into a tricycle was under the influence of alcohol
The ASEAN Consensus on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers must be legally-binding and cover undocumented workers and migrants' families, Migrante International says
But the group argues participation of the US and Japan in the 31st ASEAN Summit will bring in projects that support coal dependency in the discussion table
Vendors and street dwellers are told to steer away from the streets for a week or two if they do not want to be rounded up by the police
Rappler editor at large Marites Dañguilan Vitug and news editor Miriam Grace A. Go receive the Glory Medal of Distinction for their achievements in investigative journalism
For many militant groups in the Philippines, this marks their fifth day of protest related to the 31st ASEAN Summit and Related Meetings hosted Manila
Militant groups are opposing US President Donald Trump’s 'agenda of war and economic liberalization'
The MMDA asks the LTO to revoke Lopez's driver's license and to impose fine on the actress for violating the Anti-Distracted Driving Act
Created by the artist group Ugat Lahi, the effigy features Trump with 4 arms resembling the Nazi swastika, a symbol of authoritarian rule and hatred
The MMDA closed off two lanes along EDSA to be used exclusively by the 31st ASEAN Summit delegates' convoys
Despite the apology, authorities will still recommend the suspension or cancellation of the actress' driver's license
Militant groups and youth organizations sneak past police security to burn a flag near the US Embassy and hold a lightning rally at the in SM Mall of Asia
The protesters at Mendiola Bridge prepare steamed rice, dried fish, fish crackers, and instant noodles at the same time ASEAN leaders and guests are served a 4-course dinner
'Sorry to those who got hurt and affected', Lopez apologizes in a Facebook post
'Donald Trump has just set foot in a country where people have been seriously affected by extreme weather made worse by climate change', the environmental group says
(UPDATED) The MMDA and LTFRB will ask the LTO to suspend or cancel Lopez's driver's license for violating the ASEAN Summit traffic plan
Militant groups are planning to burn an effigy of the US President on Monday, November 13
The theme of the upcoming schools press conference is 'Embracing ASEAN Integration: Campus journalists' role in advancing inclusive education'
(UPDATED) MMDA opens the ASEAN lane along EDSA Northbound to the public as of 6 pm on Saturday, November 11
Despite tight security, some protesters are able to stage a quick program at the gate of the main venue of the ASEAN Summit, which will be held on November 13