The government yesterday released the implementing rules and regulations of the Maharlika Investment Fund law, which include a provision allowing President Marcos to reject the recommendation of the Maharlika Investment Corp. advisory board on vacant ...
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has assured companies of maximum assistance to help them comply with the Extended Producer Responsibility Act, as the agency allayed concerns of large businesses over possible EPR law violation penal...
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority said 62 repatriated overseas Filipino workers from war-torn Israel are set to undergo skills training to help improve their skills and be ready for re-employment.
Vice President Sara Duterte and Sen. Imee Marcos, both part of the UniTeam in the 2022 elections, were no-shows at the 10th year celebration of the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan) in Tacloban City yesterday.
Rice farmers, aided by the provincial government in reducing their labor inputs, have been selling rice anew for P25 per kilo at the “Bigasan ng Bayan” outlet located in the Food Terminal Market of Negros Occidental since Nov. 7.
President Marcos has appealed for unity in curbing drug addiction among members of the community.
The Philippines dropped four spots to rank 84th out of 134 countries in the Global Talent Competitiveness Index published by business school INSEAD or the Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires.
The Commission on Elections has asked the Philippine National Police to protect and ensure the safety of both the winning and losing candidates in the recent barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections following the deaths of two winners in Pasay City ...
Department of Budget and Management Secretary Amenah Pangandaman expressed gratitude to President Marcos for signing an administrative order constituting a steering committee for the commemoration of the 650th Anniversary of Philippine Muslim History a...
Forty Filipinos have left the conflict-torn Gaza strip through the Rafah crossing, President Marcos announced yesterday, as he thanked the Philippine embassies in Israel, Jordan and Egypt and the Israeli and Egyptian governments for the safe passage.
The Commission on Audit has called out two government agencies over unfinished housing and water provision projects in areas affected by the 2013 Super Typhoon Yolanda.
The Philippine government assured the public of its readiness to handle emergencies and crisis situations if the Israel-Hamas conflict escalates into a regional war.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida expressed Japan's commitment to helping the Philippines with its infrastructure projects, aligning with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s Build Better More policy.
In a special session held on Saturday to welcome Japan Prime Minister Kishida Fumio, the House of Representatives officially transmitted the General Appropriations Bill or the proposed 2024 national budget to the Senate.
More than 1,800 Filipino, American, Japanese and South Korean soldiers are scheduled to participate in this year’s joint military training exercises in the country between the Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) and United States Marine Corps (USMC).
The main harvest season for rice is 85 percent complete, farmers’ group Samahang Industriya ng Agrikultura chairman Rosendo So said yesterday, noting that well-milled rice could reach P52 per kilo in December amid the high farmgate price of palay.
Israel authorities have agreed to allow Filipinos in Gaza to leave the besieged territory through the Rafah border crossing to Egypt, President Marcos said yesterday.
While the low pressure area over Isabela dissipated Wednesday night, several parts of the country are likely to experience rain on All Soul’s Day due to the northeast monsoon (Amihan) and a shear line, state weather bureau PAGASA said.
Office of Civil Defense administrator Ariel Nepomuceno has reaffirmed the OCD’s commitment to strengthen partnerships with the private sector during the board meeting of the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation on Oct. 26 in Pasig City.
The series of raids conducted on warehouses containing hoarded and smuggled rice and the House of Representatives’ decision to realign confidential and intelligence funds away from civilian agencies were among the factors that improved the ratings of S...
The Inter-Parliamentary Union has expressed concern over the death threats issued by former president Rodrigo Duterte against progressive lawmaker Rep. France Castro.
Two Filipino doctors working with Doctors without Borders are among the foreign nationals who have been allowed to exit Gaza and cross over to Egypt, Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Eduardo de Vega confirmed last night.
The Department of Education is urging schools to join the 18-day campaign to end violence against women this month.
The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry has named Quezon City as the most business-friendly local government unit in the National Capital Region.
After the Philippines withdrew its request for official development assistance from China for a railway project, six other projects under ODA have also been delayed, according to Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian.
Interior Secretary Benhur Abalos said that having too many poll watchers is a sign of vote buying and barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections candidates should follow the Commission on Elections resolution on the maximum number of poll watchers.
The United States’ top diplomat underscored with his Chinese counterpart China’s dangerous and unlawful actions in the West Philippine Sea and reaffirmed commitments to the Philippines.