Rappler's latest stories on ports
Ceres-Negros is one win away from qualifying for the AFC Champions League
A bus transporting textile workers collides with a car, while two more buses carrying tourists ram into a truck
The illegal drugs were hidden in a shipment of 'external aquarium filter' from the Czech Republic, says the Bureau of Customs-Port of Clark
SBMA says the contractor, CFV ARAR Contractors, has been issued a violation notice for the 'extensive clearing and grubbing operations in the area without appropriate environmental permit'
The venue in the West Ilanin forest – an environmentally-protected area – is supposed to be used for the shooting competition of the SEA Games, even if there is an existing firing range just a kilometer away
In another act of reversing his predecessor's past actions, Ombudsman Samuel Martires clears former port officials Juan Sta Ana and Raul Santos in a graft case
The success comes despite the Philippines halting the importation of meat products from countries where pigs have caught the African Swine Fever
The Bureau of Customs inside the Subic Bay Freeport breaches collection targets, thanks companies which contributed to this achievement
(4th UPDATE) The MV Lite Ferry 16 catches fire before reaching the Port of Dapitan
Philippine Ports Authority General Manager Jay Daniel Santiago says the facilities will be completed and usable by the end of August
The new terminal building has designated green areas and amenities that include a play area for children, drinking stations, ecumenical prayer rooms, an urgent medical room, food stalls, and pasalubong centers
GSIS president Jesus Clint Aranas quits his post amid revived plans to sell the land where port tycoon Enrique Razon's ICTSI operates. Here is a timeline of events dating all the way back to the 1970s.
'The life of a sailor or fisherman is characterized by isolation and distance,' the Pope tells a delegation of priests from the Stella Maris network which operates in 300 ports around the world
Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo goes on a 'sentimental journey' in her final week as a congresswoman
EXCLUSIVE: Documents show PDEA and BOC failed to flag a drug-packed January 2019 shipment. They put it up for auction in April, then found illegal drugs in it after 'raiding' its buyer in May.
'We urge developed countries to stop shipping garbage to our country,' says Yeo Bee Yin, Malaysia's minister of energy, technology, science, environment and climate change
Customs officials say the 34 containers were misdeclared to contain floor mats and plastic covering
The Bureau of Customs says this shows their commitment 'to address trade challenges'
(UPDATED) The Philippines welcomes the Russian Navy's 2nd goodwill visit in 2019 amid its ongoing Balikatan joint military exercises with the United States
Mozambique is reeling from a cyclone and floods that this month killed nearly 500 people and sparked cases of cholera
The Bureau of Customs Port of Manila collected P6.59 billion in February
The Bureau of Customs and the Bureau of Fire Protection are jointly investigating to determine the cause of the blaze
All 78 detainees at a prison in Haiti escape during a demonstration against President Jovenel Moise that is part of an increasingly violent nationwide movement
The conditions continue to cause havoc for farmers and livestock
The newly renovated and rehabilitated port can now accommodate more ships and passengers
District collector and lawyer Rhea Gregorio credits this to the 'strict implementation of customs laws and rules and regulations'
Home to as many as 50,000, Hanuabada has become synonymous with a small but thriving gay, lesbian and transgender community in Port Moresby
There are 6 other Filipino crew members still in India who will be repatriated 'as soon as their exit clearances are issued'
The ancient form of trade will be regulated by the government through President Rodrigo Duterte's Executive Order No. 64
The Cavite Gateway Terminal in Tanza will be inaugurated on November 5, and will be integrated with other major Luzon port facilities
The Department of Foreign Affairs says manning agency EVIC Human Resource Management Inc has booked the tickets of the seafarers who were abandoned by their employers for more than 3 months
The Department of Foreign Affairs is sending consular officers to Kakinada Port, more than 1,800 kilometers from New Delhi, to assist the Filipinos abandoned by their employer
Anwar Ibrahim's detractors 'are out to embarrass him in any little way they can,' says the head of an independent polling firm
Commissioner Isidro Lapeña says PDEA only informed the Bureau of Customs about the P6.8-billion shabu shipment almost a month after it slipped past authorities at the Manila International Container Port
(UPDATED) The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency pegs its value at P4.3 billion if the recovered shipment is proven to be methamphetamine
BREDCO president John Palanca Alonte says the company aims to bring the port to 'the next level' by making it a world-class facility with the help of a strategic investor
The drugs are found in various packages sent from the United States to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the Port of Clark
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
Khalifa Haftar announces the offensive to recapture the terminals after a week of clashes that had damaged vital infrastructure and slashed crude output, the lifeblood of Libya's economy
(3rd UPDATE) The clashes come as the UN Security Council meet for urgent talks on the military operation and call for the vital Red Sea port to be 'kept open'
The shabu is found in packages declared as chairs and bar stools
(UPDATED) The Export-Import Bank of Korea provides a loan for Cebu's new container port with an interest rate of 0.15%, payable over 40 years
The coalition-backed forces are closing in on the Red Sea port, the main conduit for humanitarian supplies into a country where millions of people are in dire need of food aid
The loan agreement for the New Cebu International Container Port is among 4 documents to be signed by the two governments during President Rodrigo Duterte's June 3 to 5 visit to South Korea
President Rodrigo Duterte witnesses the destruction of the smuggled motorcycles and vehicles at the Port Area in Manila
Hodeida is Yemen's largest entry point for aid on which millions depend, as the country teeters on the brink of famine
'Not in the next 5 years. It would require additional investment in the part of PPA, such as capacity requirements and security matters,' Philippine Ports Authority Manager Leopoldo Biscocho says
The tollways unit of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation says it has foregone roughly P7.5 billion in potential revenues since 2012 because of delayed toll adjustments
The former officials are accused of anomalously granting permits to a port used by DMCI Mining Corporation
'The Philippines is one of our 5 allies in the region. We've had a close relationship for a very long time and we want to continue that relationship,' says a spokesman of the US Navy's Carl Vinson Strike Group