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Ten new crew members of fishing boat Gem-Ver prepare to sail again to Recto Bank
In part 2 of our conversation with Mikhail Red, we ask how Philippine cinema will stay local while adapting to this age of streaming and Marvel
The Court of Appeals denies the petition for writ of habeas corpus filed by the family of youth activist Alexandrea Pacalda. Law professor Ted Te says a Marcos-time SC ruling has rendered 'habeas corpus inutile.'
Rocco says compared to the first time he participated back in 2013, he's more relaxed about being part of the film festival this time around
The country's leading goalscorer ends his football career with 52 international goals
The movie opens on November 27
The brother of Filipina teen sensation Alex Eala wins the Hellenic Bank Masters Tennis Academy tournament in Cyprus
In Part 1 of our two-parter interview, Hustle talks to Mikhail Red about growing up in a family of filmmakers, video games, and how "filmmaking is suffering"
The BSP says remittances from overseas Filipinos grows by 6% in September
'Let us be more careful in making public statements that may unnecessarily create rancor, conflicts, misunderstanding, and promote unfair stereotypes,' says the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry
The Department of Foreign Affairs assures the public that Filipinos 'remain safe and largely unaffected' by the Hong Kong protests
Andrea Brillantes and Seth Fedelin star in the iWant original movie
An editor from the Manila Standard pens the song 'Pilipinas' dedicated to Filipino athletes
As the country’s Southeast Games hosting nears, former champion karateka Gretchen Malalad recalls her tough quest for gold
President Rodrigo Duterte pays his last respects to tycoon John Gokongwei Jr and PAL Holdings president Lucio 'Bong' Tan Jr
From her kidnapping to her wedding day, John Gokongwei's eldest daughter shares some of her most cherished memories of the late tycoon
Grandmaster Rogelio 'Joey' Antonio Jr will compete in the tournament he placed 2nd in two years ago
Miguel Gonzalez replaces Jonathan Rodriguez as Jerwin Ancajas' new foe in the bout for the IBF super flyweight title
John Gokongwei Jr was born wealthy, but he had to start from scratch after his family lost what they had. Here's a look back on his journey to becoming one of the most beloved tycoons in the Philippines.
'Mr John Gokongwei Jr left a legacy to the Filipino nation and the coming generation worth emulating,' says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo
(UPDATED) John Gokongwei Jr dies surrounded by loved ones at the Manila Doctors Hospital on November 9, 2019, according to his son, Lance Gokongwei
Nonito Donaire says the Muhammad Ali trophy will serve as a reminder to him and his sons to win and lose 'graciously'
Nonito Donaire may be in the twilight of his career but 'The Filipino Flash' pushes unbeaten Japanese Naoya Inoue to the limit
PRESS RELEASE: Artist and University of the Philippines Fine Arts professor Marco Ruben Malto II reconstructs the Filipino calendar to represent how the unfortunate events of our past are recurring today and rapidly shaping our future
Romelito Lirasan, Bantay Dagat chief of San Remigio, Cebu, is grateful that most fishermen in his town help defend their marine sanctuaries. But there's a lot of work to do.
Filipino fighter Nonito Donaire relishes the underdog tag as oddsmakers pick unbeaten Japanese sensation Naoya Inoue as the huge favorite
The movie is TBA Studios' entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival 2019
The film stars Gina Pareño, Baron Gesiler, Donnalyn Bartolome, and Chad Kinis
PRESS RELEASE: The second season will include stories of an immigrant couple who paved the way for the rise of Filipino food in the United States and of a woman who survived torture and incarceration during the Martial Law
The punk trio is bringing their music to a wider audience
'Galit na galit na ang mga patay!' Ourselves the Elves vocalist Alyana Cabral screams. The crowd riles back
Filipinos seeking work abroad should verify the validity of jobs with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, says POEA Administrator Bernard Olalia
This is the second major international award for the novel, written by Filipino-American Randy Ribay
The two leaders also take up the Japan-funded Metro Manila Subway and plans to develop the Subic Bay area
'Let me reiterate, fashion is never and will never be about beauty pageants,' says the Cebuano fashion designer
Marites Dañguilan Vitug’s ‘Rock Solid: How the Philippines Won Its Maritime Case against China’ is Best Book in Journalism and Joselito D. de los Reyes’s ‘Finding Teo: Tula/Talambuhay’ is Best Book of Nonfiction Prose in Filipino
PRESS RELEASE: Both engage with a diverse group of outstanding early career physicians (ages 40 and below) coming from multiple specialties and career interests
Jerwin Ancajas returns to work after his November 2 title duel was cancelled due to the visa issues of challenger Jonathan Rodriguez
The joint resolution also encourages local governments to buy from Filipino farmers
Margielyn Didal reigns supreme in 3 categories combined in the Exposure All Women's Skateboarding Championships and Ladies Day at The Berrics
Get to know more about Cavite-born Wesley So, who shocked world No. 1 Magnus Carlsen for the World Fischer Random Chess Championship title
What inspired the movie 'Isa Pa, With Feelings' in the first place?
Romero Duno gets dismantled by Ryan Garcia and drops out of the circle of probable title contenders in the lightweight division
Filipino boxer Romero Duno looks to upset highly touted American prospect Ryan Garcia
Billy Crawford celebrates Halloween and his first year of being alcohol-free