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Zambales health officials confirm that the patient confined in Baypointe Hospital, a 70-year-old Filipino-American, is the province's second COVID-19 case
Both Clark and Subic order business process outsourcing companies to provide temporary housing for their staff inside the free ports during the lockdown
SBMA Chairman and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma also urged business locators and other Subic stakeholders to disinfect their facilities and buildings amid the rising coronavirus cases in the Philippines
Ending the key military pact with the US is the first step towards exacting justice for thousands of Filipinos whose health suffered because of the hazardous waste the US military left behind in its former bases, says Kalikasan
None of the Navy's current harbors are deep enough for its new warships, and Hanjin shipyard has the right depth and an ideal location, says Navy chief Rear Admiral Giovanni Carlo Bacordo
Local officials and people's organizations put the pressure on the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority to temporarily stop accepting cruise ships amid the novel coronavirus scare
Here are some snapshots from the triathlon and duathlon events of SEA Games' Subic cluster
'We also ask for a review of all projects within the past 10 to 15 years that have already destroyed hectares of wetlands, mangroves and forests, in the name of development,' says Save Subic Bay Coalition spokesperson El Latinazo, after a protected area in the freeport was cleared for a shooting range
SBMA says the contractor, CFV ARAR Contractors, has been issued a violation notice for the 'extensive clearing and grubbing operations in the area without appropriate environmental permit'
The venue in the West Ilanin forest – an environmentally-protected area – is supposed to be used for the shooting competition of the SEA Games, even if there is an existing firing range just a kilometer away
A total of eight venues were prepared for the 17 games to be held at the Subic Bay Freeport
Brighterday Subic Ltd. Inc, operator of All Hands Beach, is the latest locator to file a complaint against SBMA over policies that are allegedly inimical to locators in the free port
SBMA management says its letter to the Philippine Coast Guard 'was simply a procedural reminder and a statement of policy'
An Olongapo resident who was helping the marooned Vietnamese described the SBMA as 'so heartless'
The Vietnamese embassy in Manila has asked the government to assist the fishermen
Subic Bay Marine Exploratorium Inc. President and CEO Robert Gonzaga says the takeover by the SBMA is 'the beginning of their attempt to shut us down if we don't give in to their unreasonable demands'
The success comes despite the Philippines halting the importation of meat products from countries where pigs have caught the African Swine Fever
'We have been forced to take SBMA to court since they are clearly unwilling to deal with us in good faith,' says SBMEI president and CEO Robert Gonzaga
The preparations include more toll collection points, suspension of roadwork, and free services for motorists
The Bureau of Customs inside the Subic Bay Freeport breaches collection targets, thanks companies which contributed to this achievement
The joint military exercises will feature the Philippines' brand new amphibious assault vehicles in an international drill for the first time
SBMEI president and CEO Robert Gonzaga says the SBMA's decision to preterminate its lease is 'extremely unfair...to the point of recklessness'
Subic Bay Marine Exploratorium Incorporated commits numerous violations and has arrears of about P25 million on its payment scheme and P7 million on its current billing
The capability to launch an attack from the sea straight into land is basic and essential for militaries of coastal states, and the Philippines is now catching up with the acquisition of brand new amphibious assault vehicles
In dismissing the case, the Ombudsman says the SBMA officials 'acted only in accordance with the law'
Authorities say Daniel Mercado's scheme is to pose as a participant in conventions so he could steal laptops and other items from delegates
The suspect forcibly takes a Starex van and drives it inside the Subic Bay Freeport
A consortium of private US equity firm Cerberus Capital Management and Australian shipbuilder Austal informs SBMA and Hanjin creditors of its intention to take over the beleaguered shipyard
Senator Leila de Lima cites 'claims from no less than our top military officials that Chinese presence in these strategic border islands would pose, if not guarantee, security risks to our country'
Military spokesman Brigadier General Edgard Arevalo says the government should study the security implications of handing over the islands to foreign entities
Police say the case was first reported as a suicide. But the autopsy showed that the victim was already dead even before the supposed suicide.
The proposed 300-million-square-meter development will leave only 30% of San Antonio's land area, and will disrupt the town's tourism industry
As the Philippines works on resolving the issue of China and the sunken Gem-Ver, here's how we and other countries ironed things out in the past
SBMA prevents entry of shipment labelled as 'food items' from Guangzhou, China
Authorities are expecting that the transfer of the 69 container vans to MV Bavaria will be completed by Friday morning, May 31
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Chairperson and Administrator Wilma Eisma says the cargo forwarder that will transport the containers back to Canada is still evaluating the containers
Customs officials say the 34 containers were misdeclared to contain floor mats and plastic covering
New toll rates for the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway will go up by about 16% per kilometer, while the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway toll will increase by 1.9%
Courses will commence in April at the First Aviation Academy, which seeks to address the increasing demand for commercial pilots around the world
(UPDATED) 'This high-profile murder of Dominic Lim Sytin was apparently motivated by rivalry among corporate siblings, and carried out through a gun-for-hire,' says PNP chief Oscar Albayalde
(UPDATED) Suspected gunman Edgardo Luib is arrested in Santo Tomas, Batangas on Tuesday, March 5
The protest has prompted authorities to secure a Hanjin gate that the workers have been picketing at since March 1
The remaining workers who refused the cash-strapped Korean company's voluntary retrenchment package say they are barred from entering the shipyard
Bernard Madamba is fired at by two unidentified men while he was driving his tricycle
The government says at least 1,000 jobs will be available for workers who were displaced due to Hanjin's bankruptcy
The Subic-made products of Nidec-Shimpo Corporation will be exported to Spain, the United States, and Germany
A team of PDEA operatives and Zambales cops discover over 70 potted marijuana plants being cultivated in the bedrooms of the rented house
District collector and lawyer Rhea Gregorio credits this to the 'strict implementation of customs laws and rules and regulations'
Suspects riding a red vehicle fire at the SUV of Elizaldy Rocafor and Roberto Delgado along the highway in San Narciso, Zambales