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Labor awaits ‘surprise gift’

THE labor group which urged Malacañang to grant workers monthly cash subsidy and significant wage hike as on Monday, May 1, is looking forward to President Rodrigo Duterte’s Labor Day “surprise gift.” “We welcome the gesture of President Duterte to…

Widodo statement brings ray of hope to Mary Jane

AHEAD of his state visit to the country today, coinciding with the staging of the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s remark on the possibility of clemency…

Flash mob to mark world safety at work day

MILLENNIALS join forces today with the government led by the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE), employers and workers organizations, as well as civic and youth organizations to stage a flash mob marking World Day for Safety and Health at…

DU30 to tread softly on South China Sea issue

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“STOP dreaming that arbitral unless we are prepared to go to war,” President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday said as he insisted that he will not raise the arbitral tribunal’s decision giving the Philippines victory against China’s expansive claims in the South…

PH, Brunei sign accords on halal, cultural exchange

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THE Philippines and Brunei yesterday signed two documents covering cultural cooperation and the halal industry during the state visit of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah in Manila. President Rodrigo Duterte and Sultan Bolkiah witnessed the signing of the documents in Malacañang Palace…

PET grants BBM’s bid for preliminary conference

The Supreme Court acting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal has set the preliminary conference on the electoral protest of former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. against Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo in June this year. SC spokesman Theodore Te…

Poe eyes probe on ‘defective’ train coaches

SOME former transport officials in the previous Aquino administration must be held liable for the alleged purchase of 48 “defective” train coaches worth P3.8 billion to serve them a lesson not to disregard commuter safety. Sen. Grace Poe stressed this…

Panelo calls NYT’s editorial ‘reckless’

The New York Times editorial on President Rodrigo Duterte is “reckless.” Chief Presidential legal counsel Salvador Panelo made this remark as he branded an editorial of the New York Times “irresponsible” for stating that the tough-talking leader must be stopped…

Bolkiah starts state visit today

Brunei Darussalam’s Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah is set to start his state visit in the country today, coinciding with the Philippines’ hosting of the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Summit which formally opens on Saturday, April 29. The…

No crime for drug use –– Leni

AUTHORITIES slammed Vice President Leni Robredo for proposing to decriminalize the use of illegal drugs in the country with the Philippine envoy to the United Nations Teodoro ‘Teddy’ Locsin even calling her an “idiot” for suggesting Portugal’s response to drug…

Preliminary conference on Bongbong protest set

THE Supreme Court acting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal has set the preliminary conference on the electoral protest of former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. against Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo in June this year. SC spokesman Theodore Te…

NBI summons SSS chairman

THE National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has summoned Social Security System (SSS) chairman Dean Amado Valdez to shed light on the alleged P74- million scam involving the printing of document forms in the National Printing Office (NPO). An insider from…

Nobleza not a deep penetration agent – ‘Bato’

PHILIPPINE National Police chief Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ M. de la Rosa yesterday said that Superintendent Maria Cristina Nobleza is not a government “deep penetration agent” tasked to infiltrate the Abu Sayyaf Group as she had claimed and thus will…

‘Sleeping with enemy’ cop held in crame

HOURS before they were flown to Manila, a police raid on an apartment in Bohol rented by Superintendent Maria Cristina Nobleza on Monday night brought more trouble for the female police official after officers recovered a C-4 plastic explosive and…
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