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Overstaying cargo would be seized in favor of the government, under a proposed joint memorandum circular
The National Economic and Development Authority says food supply chain problems, health personnel walking to work, and inadequate facilities can be avoided by planning better
Lionair's entire fleet cannot operate while the probe into the crash is ongoing. Investigators already have the plane's cockpit voice recorder.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore says 'major uncertainty remains' due to the coronavirus pandemic
(3rd UPDATE) 'Unfortunately, no passenger survived the accident,' says the Manila International Airport Authority
Terminals 2 and 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport will be closed to commercial operations beginning 12:01 am on Saturday, March 28
For instance, perfume companies can shift to alcohol production, textile companies can make face masks, and advertising agencies can do information campaigns
'The key to a successful medical response is widespread testing,' says Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia
Watch government advisories on the new coronavirus outbreak here on Rappler
President Rodrigo Duterte picks retired Philippine Navy chief Robert Empedrad to lead the Maritime Industry Authority
With the coronavirus crisis, Philippine Economic Zone Authority chief Charito Plaza finds an opening to appeal against the Citira bill anew
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
Socioeconomic Planning Undersecretary Rosemarie Edillon says the Philippines' gross domestic product growth may fall within the 5.5% to 6.5% range in 2020
Figures from the Philippine Statistics Authority show a drop in unemployment for women who leave the workforce due to family duties
The results of NEDA's investigation of a ranking official have been with the Office of the President for more than a year. Why is President Duterte taking this long to decide on what to do?
The Palestinian Authority also announces a two-week ban on tourists and closes down the Church of the Nativity
There are 42.65 million employed persons and 2.39 million people with no jobs as of January 2020
(3rd UPDATE) Transport and utility costs in the Philippines go down, as the novel coronavirus places downward pressure on global crude oil prices
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is also eyeing 3 more ferry stations in Manila, Makati, and Pasig
Abdullah Hashim's appointment to the Bangamoro Transition Authority completes the interim government's required 80 members nearly a year after it was formed in March 2019
'I want to thank you, his fans and friends for all the support, for all the good times and all the adventures you have shared with him,' says Cussler's wife Janet Horvath on social media
President Rodrigo Duterte's Administrative Order No. 23 compels national government agencies to report how they are cutting red tape
Adelberto Yap is sentenced to 12 to 18 years in prison
The Office of the Ombudsman is scolded for not being able to provide evidence of alleged overpayment to the LRT maintenance contractor
The traffic adjustments will give way to construction works for the Skyway extension and Skyway Stage 3 projects
'Kung ang tricycle tatlo na ang gulong bawal sa national road, lalo na 'tong mga motorcycle taxi,' says MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia
The revision comes after lawmakers and local government units opposed the creation of the RDA
(UPDATED) Inflation picks up in January, but remains within the Philippine government's target range
But Deputy Speaker Johnny Pimentel says the proposal would 'complicate' the process of implementing projects in the regions
If a vessel came from any port in China and docks in the Philippines, its crew cannot get off. Visitation privileges of relatives of Filipino seafarers are also suspended.
The National Economic and Development Authority Board approves 8 projects covering transportation, maritime safety, roads, and bridges, amounting to a total of P547.63 billion
Still, state auditors recommend that the program be continued to help meet the demand for locally-produced milk in the implementation of the National Feeding Program
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
Benjamin Madrigal Jr assumes the post 4 months after he retired as military chief
The House committee on constitutional amendments says the appointment of the Regional Development Authority head chosen by the president could cause conflicts
The eyed relocation site has 1,200 units, a school building, and a gymnasium
The Civil Aeronautics Board orders airlines to monitor events in other cities that may be susceptible to the spread of the novel coronavirus
The National Economic and Development Authority says foregone revenue due to the Taal Volcano eruption could reach almost P7 billion, but this would not make a dent in the overall economy
Ali Sangki is appointed to the Bangsamoro Transition Authority, making him the 79th member out of the required 80
NAIA is no longer experiencing ashfall. Departure flights will be prioritized on Monday, January 13, to free up aircraft parking slots.
(3rd UPDATE) Ash reaches NAIA's runways and ramps. The suspension of flights will remain in effect 'until further notice.'
The most common barrier for parents is the cost of registering their child. This is the story of Jolimil Reyes, 18.
(UPDATED) Transportation expenses go up, but low rice prices keep inflation within target in December 2019
The procession will go through Ayala Bridge instead of Jones Bridge this year
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority says Fausta, 'lived longer than any rhino in the world and survived in the Ngorongoro, free-ranging, for more than 54 years'
The Population Commission says this is indicative of family planning efforts 'yielding positive results'
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines gives updates on 7 airports affected by Typhoon Ursula
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority says there will be no number coding during the holidays, with the suspension of the scheme longer for provincial buses
As we commemorate International Human Rights Day on December 10, let us remember that recognition begins at home and with our first peoples, the Aetas
The ferry will run from Pinagbuhatan in Pasig City to Escolta in Manila