MANILA Mayor Francisco “Isko” M. Domagoso on Wednesday said he would hire millennials if he becomes president, as he vowed to form a government “with the best and brightest” people.
THE TOURISM department on Wednesday said it was developing domestic cruise routes to help the industry recover from a coronavirus pandemic.
PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte on Tuesday said anyone found to have “acted beyond bounds” in his campaign against illegal drugs would be held accountable, while appearing to brush off an International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation.
THE SENATE on Wednesday passed on second reading a bill that seeks to extend voter registration for the 2022 elections until Oct. 31 amid a coronavirus pandemic.
A BILL that seeks to abolish the Philippine International Trading Corp. (PITC), which state auditors have flagged for unused funds transferred by various government agencies, has been filed at the House of Representatives.
CIVIC groups on Wednesday hit the government for inadequate funds against the coronavirus pandemic under next year’s national budget.
CONGRESSMEN on Tuesday approved a bill that seeks to institutionalize the agreement between the University of the Philippines (UP) and Department of National Defense (DND) banning state troops from the state university’s campuses nationwide.
ABOUT 5,000 informal sector workers in the National Capital Region received livelihood grants, bicycles, mobile phones with load cards, and cash-for-work wages worth P59.18 million from the Labor department on Tuesday, the agency said in a statement.
The movie star turned mayor of Manila declared his candidacy for the Philippine presidency in next year’s elections, posing the biggest challenge to President Rodrigo Duterte’s plans to extend his hold on power.
UNITED NATIONS - Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday that anyone found to have "acted beyond bounds" in his campaign against illegal drugs...