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The Sta Rosa, Laguna plant employs around 650 'associates'
While hundreds of travelers have disembarked, more than 1,000 crew remain – including over 400 Filipinos whose return on Sunday has been delayed until Japan clears them to travel
'By refusing to tax him on his sworn duty to promote justice, these sectors abet the continued desecration and demolition of institutions of justice and accountability,' says former chief justice Maria Lourdes Sereno
Based on the Department of Health's monitoring as of February 22, 2020
'2020 should be the time for action, and should be a time for reflection that leads to very concrete steps,' says Rappler managing editor Glenda Gloria
'We are glad that all our repatriates from China are well and did not exhibit any signs of the COVID-19,' says Health Secretary Francisco Duque III
The bishops' conference releases additional guidelines for Lenten season amid COVID-19 epidemic, including no touching of the cross
The DOH says the rescheduling is needed to allow Japanese health authorities to complete laboratory testing of the Filipino crew members
For the resident artists in Yamang Bukid in Puerto Princesa, guiding farmers to find their creative genius is a way of empowering marginalized workers
After an impressive SEA Games showing, national triathlete Fer Casares picks up a gold in Thailand
It is crucial for disaster victims and vulnerable sectors to be aware of the kinds of adaptation support available to them and how they can access them
The sakura-inspired items include mugs, water bottles, tumblers, and French presses in pastel pink and lilac hues
'We serve the people's right to know, that is why are were fighting hard to defend press freedom. We want to protect their right to be informed,' says Marchel Espina, NUJP-Bacolod chapter president
It's more Filipino and more affordable, says the Pasig mayor
Metro Manila police chief Debold Sinas takes back the order for police to list the names of Muslim students in Metro Manila
Coco Martin, Shaina Magdayao, Jericho Rosales and more join a candlelight vigil calling for the renewal of the network's franchise
Art Fair Philippines returns with new sections – and selections from its various participating galleries, auctioneers, and more.
At a forum on lawfare at De La Salle University, former UP law dean Pacifico Agabin says the law 'is always double-bladed, it can be used for good and it can be used for evil'
The Filipinos, both crew and passengers of Diamond Princess, will still remain in Japan
San Miguel coach Leo Austria says June Mar Fajardo assured him that he will be 'back soon'
Based on the Department of Health's monitoring as of February 21, 2020
Synchronization Anywhere for You Incorporated is the first POGO firm to be padlocked by the Bureau of Internal Revenue
The Makati Business Club expresses concern over the termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement with the United States, saying it may 'affect other security agreements'
The 10 government personnel who were part of the repatriation team, 6 flight crew members, and 3 ground crew operators will also complete their 14-day quarantine on February 22
Robbie Herndon and Alaska build a lead big enough to stave off a comeback by San Miguel, which wraps up the mini tournament with a 0-3 card
Terrence Romeo trips on a workout equipment right after hitting a buzzer-beater
Stars Kiefer Ravena and Poy Erram didn't see action due to their commitments to Gilas Pilipinas, but NLEX hardly felt their absence
Understanding 'lawfare' and unpacking the stories and experiences against the weaponization of the law are among the topics to be discussed at the Manila leg of the international forum, to be held at De La Salle University on February 21
The Chief Justice requires trial court judges and Court of Appeals, Sandiganbayan, and Court of Tax Appeals justices to submit to his office copies of their TROs, status quo ante orders, writs of preliminary injunction, and orders of voluntary inhibition
Metro Manila cops gather information on Muslim students in high school and college
Does the President exempt Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente, a former Davao police chief, from accountability for the bribery scheme that let illegal Chinese workers slip into the country?
ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak tells lawmakers that he trusts that the network will be given the chance to answer the public's questions
Will Dito grant more equity to foreigners if ownership restrictions are eased? Company officials say that would be up to market conditions.
This brings the total number of Filipino passengers who got infected with the novel coronavirus to 44
Although there have been reports of Chinese intrusions in the Philippines' territorial waters in the past, the photo that circulated was taken by NOAA at the Pacific Ocean
But Senator Grace Poe says there's nothing wrong with the Senate pushing through with its hearing, since the upper chamber has done this in the past for bills on the national budget and tax hikes
Whistleblower Allison Chiong says immigration officers in NAIA Terminal 1 receive as much as P20,000 a week in the bribery scheme
The 3 online traffickers are each sentenced to between 23 and 36 years in prison and ordered to pay P600,000 in damages
Shares of ABS-CBN climb to the P21 level on Thursday, February 20, though still very far from the P60 level before the term of President Rodrigo Duterte began in 2016
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III says even the Filipino crew member of the cruise ship who recovered from the novel coronavirus will still have to undergo a 14-day quarantine in New Clark City
Rosario Uriarte, Fatima Valdes, and Jose Taruc were all charged, and then later cleared, of plunder over the P365-million intelligence fund scam
This year's PMA Alumni Homecoming on Saturday is a private affair because of the threat of the COVID-19
Mobile subscribers will have to wait a bit more, as Dennis Uy's team fine-tunes services in a bid to beat Globe and Smart
Based on the Department of Health's monitoring as of February 20, 2020
Ano ang posibleng implikasyon ng matagumpay na paggamit ng quo warranto petition laban sa ABS-CBN?
'By threatening to shut down the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Rappler, and ABS-CBN, Duterte is trying to discourage any discussions that do not fall in line with his views'
(UPDATED) ABS-CBN's franchise expires on March 30, but Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano says the House must tackle priority bills first
When we collectively refuse to acknowledge the epidemic of suicides, we become complicit in perpetuating shame, stigma, and blame on the people we need to help
President Rodrigo Duterte found 'probable cause' to investigate allegations that immigration officers have taken bribes to let illegal Chinese workers slip into the country, says his spokesman