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Health workers display placards during a rally outside the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 to protest next week's four-country visit of President Barack Obama that includes the Philippines.
MANILA, Philippines With Flores de Mayo only a week away, the Bureau of Internal Revenue looked into the income tax declarations of the top 10 flower shops in Metro Manila based on a list by lifestyle guide website Spot.ph.
Get your green on! Earth Day 2014 was marked across the world on April 22, highlighting a need to conserve the planet's natural resources.
MANILA, Philippines The mayor of the Philippine capital says he is flying to Hong Kong to apologize to the family of eight Hong Kong tourists who died in a 2010 bus hostage tragedy in Manila and to offer them compensation.
MANILA, Philippines The Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation is set to pay depositors of the closed Gulf Bank in Pangasinan starting Friday, April 25. PDIC said the servicing of the deposit insurance claims for the bank's head office will be held on April 25, 28 and 29 at the bank's premises in No.
MANILA, Philippines The entry of a new administration in 2016 will affect businesses due to policies that the new president will adopt, an expert said.
A school utility worker mops a mural depicting the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, at the Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino High School campus at Makati city east of Manila, Philippines,April 8, 2014.
MANILA, Philippines The Energy Regulatory Commission has proposed a resolution seeking to set a second layer of price control in the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market to prevent excessive rate spikes.
MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Budget and Management has released P1.05 billion for various projects to help farmers recover from super typhoon "Yolanda."
MANILA, Philippines Several non-government organizations are offering employment opportunities in Central Visayas to help in the rehabilitation and recovery efforts in areas hit by typhoon "Yolanda."
MANILA, Philippines Ten families are homeless while an estimated P2 million worth of property was damaged when a fire razed a line of apartments at P. Campa Street near Espaa in Sampaloc, Manila early Sunday morning.
MANILA, Philippines When it comes to managing finances, even celebrities seek help from their colleagues who are savvier when it comes to investing.
MANILA, Philippines From selling fishballs and gulaman outside the Quezon City Hall, businesswoman Grace Gupana is now making millions off of ampalaya capsules.
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