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Other pastries on this home-based bakery's menu include s'mores, madeleines, and M&M cookies!
Ina Nasino, 23, pleads with the court to let her stay with her baby, either at the hospital or at a prison nursery, until at least the child is 6 months old
Only Cebu City remains under enhanced community quarantine
The lockdown begins at midnight Saturday, July 4
The 7 new fruity drinks are available starting Wednesday, July 1
No virus can stop the rainbow flag from flying
You can now prepare Biggs' famous baby back ribs at home – just pop them in the oven or cook them over a grill
This is their way of honoring our new breed of heroes
(UPDATED) 'Nasa batas iyan na bawal iyan,' police tell the protesters, who observed physical distancing and wore face masks
PRESS RELEASE: Titles on sale include 'The Conjugal Dictatorship of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos' by Primitivo Mijares and 'The Women of Malolos' by Nicanor Tiongson
Located at the Sta Ana Hospital, the testing lab has the capacity to conduct 200 swab tests a day
Stall #4 from The Grid joins the kit craze so you can enjoy tsukemen and ramen from the comfort of your own home
PRESS RELEASE: Ateneo de Manila University is the first Philippine university to win 1st runner-up at the prestigious HSBC/HKU Asia Pacific Business Case Competition
From live shows to no shows, comedians Red Ollero and Mikey Andres now perform stand-up from their desktops
More jeepney routes will be opened within the week, while UV Express units will be allowed to operate before the end of June, adds the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board
The ferry boat, donated by the RII Group of Companies, can carry 55 passengers per trip
Barangay Chairman Abubacar Sharief is shot dead in Quiapo, Manila. His father, who held the same post, was also gunned down 8 years ago.
The event would have featured a screening of the 'Star Wars' film set to a live performance of its iconic score by John Williams
Today x Future, a sanctuary for people from all walks of life, is the latest casualty in the aftermath of the coronavirus lockdown
Manila cops arrest jewelry traders Abdullah Palawan Maute and Saadudin Alawiya in San Andres Bukid, claiming to find illegal drugs in their home
President Rodrigo Duterte's decision comes as the National Capital Region remains a battleground in the country's fight against the coronavirus
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The dine-in option is restricted to 30% capacity and diners cannot eat face-to-face
Relocated to the covered court of nearby Villamor Airbase Elementary School, the stranded passengers need personal protective equipment such as face masks
The band was initially set to make their Manila debut in March 2020
Glass shields for food stations, an order-all-you-can format – the popular buffet joint tweaks its operations as it prepares to open its doors to dine-in customers
Since the '80s, the showdown between Purefoods and Ginebra highlights the rivalry between a glamour squad and an everyday man’s team
The free 'monster upsize' is available on one day only
Every order comes with ice scramble toppings – buttermilk, choco syrup, mini mallows, and sprinkles
Single mother Michelle Silvertino stayed in a footbridge in Pasay City for several days, waiting for a bus ride to Camarines Sur
Due to limited public transportation, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority says the modified number coding scheme will not be implemented yet
There's even a new '90s Kid Mix flavor, which combines iced gems, marshmallows, and sprinkles
(UPDATED) The complaints are based on the allegations of a female criminology student who had on-the-job training at the Sta Cruz police station in Manila
(4th UPDATE) Join the conversation through this online career talk series
'Instead of being a measure to protect our people, in the wrong hands, this bill can be used to oppress our people,' warned the Jesuit priests and the La Salle brothers
Missing Ate Rica's Bacsilog? There are now 62 branches open for delivery and takeout
President Duterte says Manila Water and Maynilad must 'return' billions of pesos to the government and accept the new deals crafted by his administration, or else face cases
Ongina, Vivienne Pinay, and Rock M Sakura also voice out against the bill, which many fear could be easily abused by the state
Advocates call for the continued protection of vulnerable road users, even if it means facing charges from MMDA
We label June 1 as ‘The Hunger Games: NCR, Cavite, and Cebu City Editions.’ For those returning to work, it’s like getting into a death match.
Sa gitna ng lumalalang antas ng pamumuhay sa kalunsuran dulot ng congestion at trapiko, at banta pa sa kalusugan dulot ng virus – saan lulugar ang pobreng mahirap?
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board reminds drivers, operators, and passengers to follow health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Only domestic flights approved by CAAP will resume operations between areas under general community quarantine in June 2020, says MIAA
Can't go wrong with Japanese food! These local restaurants and home businesses are selling their sushi rolls and fresh sashimi for delivery.
Some comments say in jest that St Peter Life Plans and Chapels – more than the government – is 'taking care of us’
Metro Manila cities differ in how they are faring against the virus, leading a U.P. expert to call for continued caution amid the easing of quarantine measures
After 8 years of service, the Japanese restaurant located along Katipunan Avenue has decided to 'pause' operations beginning Thursday, May 28
To avoid bill shock, the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System says the public can settle their accounts 'in drops'
'One often neglected topic, in the context of finding long-term solutions [for sustainable transport], is the importance of a local bicycle manufacturing industry'
The United States embassy in Manila is unable to provide a specific date when it will resume visa services, but hopes to do so 'as soon as possible'