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The tail-end of a cold front will bring scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms until Friday, December 6
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The second season of the hit dark comedy now has a premiere date
'Les Miserables' is scheduled to open on December 18 at the Sondheim Theatre
While there is no armed conflict in Metro Manila, the task force deems the capital region to be the hotbed of recruitment and fund generation
The proposed 'endo' law, which awaits President Duterte's signature, misses its target. Here's why.
(UPDATED) Labor groups argue that some 'strong' provisions in the House version of the anti-contractualization bill should have made it to the measure's final version
The House adopts the provisions of the Senate-approved version of the bill, which means it will now be sent to Malacañang for President Rodrigo Duterte's signature
Congress is set to convene a bicameral conference committee to finalize the bill
Otso Diretso bets Chel Diokno and Erin Tañada throw full support behind Senate Bill 1826, but the fine print of the proposed law needs to be examined
For starters, labor lawyer Allan Montaño says there is a big difference to changing the word ‘or’ to ‘and’ in the labor code definition of a contractor and sub-contractor
Retired colonel Allen Capuyan is accused of involvement in the 6.4-billion shabu smuggling controversy
The abdication of Japan's Emperor Akihito on April 30 will quite literally mark the end of an era, the Heisei era of his rule
Let us boycott the products and services of companies that practice illegal forms of contractualization or exploit legal loopholes. This way, we send a clear message that they have no place in our society.
Several senatorial candidates agree creating more jobs will help address labor contractualization in the country
But discussions are still ongoing as to whether Grade 6 completers in the future should have a 'moving-up' ceremony instead of a graduation ceremony
Northern Mindanao, Caraga, the Davao Region, Soccsksargen, Maguindanao, and Lanao del Sur should watch out for possible flash floods and landslides
Mindanao will experience scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms, while many parts of the country will have light rain
Bicol, the Visayas, and Romblon are expected to have light to heavy rain on Thursday, January 24
Northern Mindanao, Caraga, and the Davao Region will have light to heavy rain on Thursday, January 17
Caraga, the Davao Region, and Soccsksargen are expected to have light to heavy rain on Monday, January 14
The rain on Friday, January 11, will be due to the tail-end of a cold front
Weddings, babies, and pageants dominate the headlines here and abroad in 2018
Movie critic Oggs Cruz gives a run down of some of the best Filipino films for 2018
The Philippines continues its winning streak, but suffers some heartaches along the way
The low pressure area is 340 kilometers west southwest of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, as of Sunday morning, December 30
Luzon and the Visayas must stay on alert for flash floods and landslides until Sunday, December 30
(UPDATED) We lost a number of Filipino icons and newsmakers in 2018 in various fields, from politics to sports, from business to showbiz
Two low pressure areas and the tail-end of a cold front are expected to bring light to heavy rain
Instead of spending Christmas with their families in Compostela Valley, they build a Christmas tree made out of scraps at their protest camp in Liwasang Bonifacio
There are two low pressure areas being monitored, and one of them could develop into a tropical depression just as Filipinos are celebrating the holiday season
The Schuyler sisters and the Sexiest Man Alive share a moment at Hamilton West End
The task force, chaired by President Rodrigo Duterte himself, seeks to improve the quality of life in areas experiencing clashes with communist rebels
At the 1996 peak for the pager technology, the number of users reached more than 10 million. But mobile phones quickly consigned pagers to the technology dustbin.
A low pressure area is located 440 kilometers east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur
Health experts call for specific action steps to combat tuberculosis
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On a clear day in August 6, 1945, an American B-29 bomber dropped its deadly payload on the port city of Hiroshima ultimately killing 140,000 people
Labor group Kilusang Mayo Uno slams as 'useless' Labor Department Order and Executive Order 51 'prohibiting' contractualization
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Jose Andres Murillo, a Chilean victim of clerical pedophilia who recently met with Pope Francis, says, 'There is progress regarding clerical abuse in some countries, primarily due to brave victims who have fought to raise their voices.'
The tail-end of a cold front will affect the two regions in Mindanao on Monday, May 28
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While Duterte signed an EO on contractualization on Labor Day, labor groups who rallied at Mendiola say the order backed employers, not Filipino workers
President Rodrigo Duterte signs an executive order supposedly ending contractualization, but labor groups think otherwise
'ECOP finds worrisome the exact definition of security of tenure, among others.... [But] employers will live with it and comply,' says the Employers Confederation of the Philippines