Sen. Pangilinan: Preemptive Ban For Visitors From Wuhan, China

The progressive spread of the coronavirus and the increasing number of deaths due to it.

Sen. De Lima Bats For Pet-Friendly Apartments, Condos Seeks To Revisit Antiquated ‘Condominium Act’

Senator Leila M. de Lima has expressed interest to revisit the 53-year-old “Condominium Act” to.

Sen. Villar Welcomed 30 Farmers Undergo Training At Newly-Opened Villar SIPAG Farm School In Iloilo

Sen. Cynthia Villar welcomed 30 farmers at the newly-inaugurated Villar Social Institute for Poverty Alleviation.

No Immediate Impact Of Ncov Scare On Duty Free Shoppers

The Duty Free Philippines Corporation (DFPC) continues to attract customers amid the scare over the.

Spectrum To Install More Renewable Energy Facilities This Year

Spectrum, the renewable subsidiary of Manila Electric Company (Meralco), targets to double its installed capacity.

Economists: ASEAN Needs To Rely On Own Strengths To Drive Growth

With uncertainties and increasing rivalry among major powers in the world, ASEAN, especially Việt Nam,.

74 New Officers Join PH Army

The Philippine Army (PA) formally welcomed into its ranks 74 members of the Officer Preparatory.

Albay Rep. Salceda Hits Report On PH Turning ‘More Corrupt’ Under Pres. Duterte

Albay Rep. Joey Salceda slammed the recent Forbes article claiming that the Philippines is becoming.

DFA In Touch With Pinoys Abroad; Crafts Measures Amid nCoV Spread

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is establishing emergency protocols for Filipinos in Wuhan City.

DOJ Sec. Guevarra Expands VFA Study To Include Impact Assessment

Department of Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said his office has been directed to include the.