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(UPDATED) ‘We do away with 50 classrooms to build a P50-million kaldero that we use only once? I am not even talking about overpricing. I'm talking about propriety,’ the Minority Floor Leader says
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
Under the Tienda Project, earthquake victims will form cooperatives that will operate stories selling basic goods at reasonable prices
The MMDA aims to address the problem of private vehicles using the yellow lane and tailing convoys
The sponsor of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority budget will be made to explain how the New Clark City Sports Complex won't turn into a white elephant after the SEA Games
The government realizes the need to establish a military presence on the northern frontier island where a Chinese company plans to build a business hub
Will your commute be affected on November 14?
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 man-made canal was excavated between 1859 and 1869, in an ambitious project to connect the Mediterranean to the Red Sea, and cut shipping times for growing international trade from Europe to Asia
The simulation will take place on Thursday, November 14, along EDSA and other major roads
The proposals are awaiting Malacañang's approval
Traffic congestion reveals a deeper malady: lack of a well-defined land use plan for the National Capital Region
Presidential adviser Vince Dizon says the Duterte administration is now more open to public-private partnerships, but would get rid of deals that fail to 'promote public interest'
An analyst says the pullback in September imports, despite the drop in exports, means that net trade will likely not weigh on overall growth momentum in the 3rd quarter of 2019
The city government will develop a 'matrix' to determine the validity of all the bus terminals' documents
(UPDATED) Inflation in the Philippines is at its slowest pace in over 3 years
The incident also delays the departure of a Davao-Cebu flight on Sunday, November 3
The IPO is the linchpin of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's plan to revamp Saudi Arabia's economy and wean it off a decades-long dependence on oil
MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia says of drivers who complain about the fines and ask for leniency: 'Walang karapatang magreklamo ang mga pasaway'
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'
In a plea deal, former CAAP chief financial officer Abner Bondoc admits guilt to a lesser offense and vows to refund the agency, instead of going through a graft trial
(3rd UPDATE) Check here the rerouting maps and instructions organized per Metro Manila local government unit
The MMDA will also deploy 2,300 personnel to assist passengers at bus terminals and ports
It has been nearly 9 months since the report was submitted to the Office of the President for a resolution. The silence from Malacañang is deafening.
For the Philippines to bring down poverty incidence to just 14% by 2022, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia says that the government should look into teenage pregnancy first
From 75, the new list of big-ticket infrastructure projects will include 91 smaller but more feasible projects, says Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia
'It can be taken up again in the next administration. At least they will know by now that they will spend more and make sure that they can cope with the challenge,' says Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia discusses the plan to lift all Filipinos out of poverty by 2040
All Metro Manila malls will also open at 11 am
We talk to Richard Bolisay about film criticism and what cinema says about the Philippines
Two years after the liberation of Marawi, the National Housing Authority declares its clearing operations complete and gives departments and local government units the go-signal to award construction projects inside the battle area
There is nothing to prove. There's a huge transportation crisis as well as an EQ and IQ deficit in government to understand the problem.
In some provinces, palay is sold at P10 per kilo, which points to farmers likely selling it at a loss
The Philippines' total trade declines by 7% in August 2019 due to weaker exports and continued decline in imports
Zimbabwe is dealing with hyperinflation which has seen many families living on a single meal a day
The Light Rail Transit Authority has yet to determine the replacement parts needed to be purchased
The Philippine Economic Zone Authority Board changes its tune after a 'cordial' meeting and now backs the bill seeking to rationalize tax perks
(UPDATED) The Light Rail Transit Line 2 can resume partial operations since safety checks and test runs are completed
Safety checks for the Light Rail Transit Line 2 are not yet done
(UPDATED) Citizens Crime Watch says both the Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission and Civil Service Commission 'seem to be acting slowly' on the anti-crime group's fight against corruption
(UPDATED) The Light Rail Transit Authority says the needed repairs on the damaged substations require 'a highly technical intervention'
(UPDATED) Rice prices drop further in September 2019, but still not as low as the economic team had hoped
(3rd UPDATE) Because of 'several technical and safety concerns,' the Light Rail Transit Authority says there will still be no LRT2 train service .
'Why will we open bags? We have x-rays,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal, who adds that the 'specific need' to open certain bags will be determined by security personnel
State auditors find out that the 35,821 square meter reclaimed land was sold for only P1.8 million or about P50 per square meter
The book of essays analyzes American cultural life in the Digital Age
'Why not provide for the jeepney driver’s modernization?' says the actor