A backhoe driver tries to lift a barge that fell on a car along España Boulevard in Manila on Saturday. The owner of the automobile, a local police officer, escaped unhurt after the truck’s restraining chains that held the barge snapped.
Militant groups led by Bayan protest the continued rise of rice prices and other commodities on Thursday at the Liwasang...Read more
The Association of Women Legislators Foundation, Inc. (AWLFI), chaired by Tingog Party List Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez, launch ‘Sining Sa...Read more
Commission of Elections chairman George Erwin Garcia walks among pallets of printed ballots for the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections...Read more
Both defense and prosecution counsels in the case of the missing ‘sabungeros’ or cockfighting enthusiasts enter the sala of the...Read more
Speaker Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez listens to a presentation by Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) Director General Tereso Panga and...Read more
Senator Cynthia Villar takes a look at dresses made of bamboo during the launching of ‘KAWAYARN,’ an event featuring the...Read more
Alsons Development and Investment Corporation (Alsons Dev), in partnership with the Municipal Government of Alabel, recently broke ground for the...Read more
The Philippine Green Building Council (PHILGBC), led by its CEO Christopher C. de la Cruz, recently announced the commencement of...Read more
By Peter Atencio The Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers will have a challenging season ahead of them. Bombers’ coach Louie...Read more
Hardware store company ACE Hardware Philippines recently clinched two category wins at the recently held Retail Asia Awards for the...Read more
Seda Hotels recently celebrated the opening of their 12th property in the Philippines, Seda Manila Bay. Located in Paranaque’s Entertainment...Read more
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