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Halos anim na libong katao ang kumpirmadong nasawi, mahigit isang libo pa ang nawawala. Hindi maikakailang marami ang mga pamilyang pinaghiwalay ng Bagyong Yolanda. Marami ang mga nawalan ng mga mahal sa buhay, sa isang iglap, marami ang mga naulila.
C If a court orders Manila Electric Co. to refrain from imposing a record high increase in electricity rates this month, the power utlity will have to obey, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) said. "Wala kaming magagawa kung may ma-i-issue na TRO
PhilippinesFormer Senator Aquilino Nene Pimentel Jr. on Thursday expressed his dismay over the bitter rift between Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II and Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez...There is a proper forum for that, Pimentel said in an
In a rare interview on Thursday, Lapid admitted that he is still adjusting to not having his P200-million annual discretionary fund, which was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court (SC) last month. "Wala kang magagawa talaga e...Kumakain ka
The President also thanked him for his service to the country," he said. Lacierda said Carandang will return to the private sector after "a short and well-deserved vacation." He said Undersecretary Manuel Quezon III, as the most senior official
PNoy formally appoints Finance Usec Sevilla as Customs chief December 12, 2013 12:37pm President Benigno Aquino III has formally appointed Customs officer-in-charge John "Sunny" Sevilla" as the new commissioner of the bureau, the Palace announced
During the press conference on Thursday, Brillantes named Batangas Gov. Vilma Santos-Recto, Laguna Gov. E.
P2.264-trillion national budget, finalized a day earlier by a bicameral legislative panel. The House of Representatives, which had also targeted budget approval yesterday, moved its schedule to Monday due to a quorum lack...Belmonte, Jr. said
Philippines The Senate has begun plenary debates on the proposed Freedom of Information (FOI) that would give the public access to government records. Senator Grace Poe, head of the committee on public information, defended the bill when the
Santiago claimed. Enrile and Santiago have been engaged in mudslinging in the past weeks, using their respective privilege speeches on the Senate floor against each other. Two weeks ago, Enrile took a dig at his "obsessive hater" apparently