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President Benigno S. Aquino III graces the Presentation of Estero de San Miguel Micro Medium-Rise Building Model Unit at the Claro M. Recto High School Auditorium in Barangay 412, Zone 42, Legarda Street, Sampaloc, Manila City on Wednesday .
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TWO important meetings were held last week during my stay in Cotabato City and Maguindanao.
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WAO, Lanao del Sur - An estimated 20,000 non-Muslim residents of Wao town in Lanao del Sur opposed the inclusion of their municipality to the Bangsamoro Juridical Entity once the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro becomes a law.
TO THE country's Catholic majority, Holy Week is a time to nurture the spirit through contemplating on the passion of Christ, however, times a changing as commemoration has been confronted with much distraction.
WHILE majority of the Filipino Catholics commemorate Jesus Christ's passion starting with Palm Sunday to Crucifixion and then the Resurrection, the other Christian denominations honor His passion in different ways.
Davao City - The Region-10 office of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources granted an Environmental Compliance Certificate to the Hedcor Bukidnon, Inc. for the establishment of the 68.8-megawatt Manolo Fortich Hydropower Project in the province.
Lawmakers are seeking tighter regulations on realistic-looking toy weapons amid increasing concern that these are being used by criminals, especially holduppers.
A GOVERNMENT agency that was denied entry inside the jail in Cagayan de Oro City to verify the incident of a hunger strike staged by the inmates, accused the jail warden for defying a memorandum which allows the Commission on Human Rights to get access to the prisoners.
CAGAYAN DE ORO. Pilgrims slowly climb down the 80 steps stairs after paying a short visit and reciting prayers at the heart of the giant replica image Jesus Christ at the Divine Mercy Shrine in El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental on April 16. Numbers of pi
JOURNALISTS should not be cowed to expose issues if the truth is on their side, said city councilor and radio commentator Zaldy Ocon whose two counts of libel were finally decided by the court Wednesday.
MANILA A lawmaker on Wednesday said the high fares being charged by accredited cabs at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport should be investigated.
Since March 25, 15 of Aca's select artworks have been on display at the multipurpose hall of Primavera Residences.