MANILA, July 31, 2015— The former chairman of the country’s top accounting firm Sycip Gorres Velayo & Co. (SGV) is the new chairman of the National Citizens Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel).
MANILA, Aug. 3 -- Malacañang on Sunday assured the United Nations (UN) that the government is determined to complete the rehabilitation works in the areas affected by super typhoon ‘Yolanda.’
MANILA, Aug. 3 -- The Palace on Sunday thanked the Sultan of Oman, His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, for issuing a Royal Pardon to two overseas Filipino workers (OFW) convicted for criminal offenses.
QUEZON CITY, July 28 -- President Benigno Aquino III called for the passage of the Anti-Dynasty Law during his sixth and last State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday. “Di tayo nakakasiguro kung malinis ang intensyon ng susunod, o kung nanaisin lang nilang habambuhay na maghari-harian para sa sariling interes. Panahon na para ipasa ang isang Anti-Dynasty Law,” Aquino said, speaking before members of the 16th Congress.
This Monday, July 27, marks the last State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” Aquino III. And the country’s most trusted news organization, GMA News and Public Affairs, gears up anew to bring to the public the most comprehensive coverage of the President's sixth and final SONA.
NORZAGARAY, Bulacan, July 23 -- Government has allocated P1.08 billion for the rehabilitation of the Angat Dam that would strengthen the structure of the Angat Dam and Dike to enable it to withstand a strong earthquake.
MANILA, June 8, 2015— The Catholic hierarchy urged Congress to hold off passing the proposed measure to amend the Constitution until it can be studied more closely.
MANILA, May 27, 2015 — Newly-appointed Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres D. Bautista said they will do their utmost to keep the coming elections in 2016 as clean as possible.
MANILA, May 28, 2015— Catholic bishops in Samar have brought their concerns about the series of politically-related killings on the island to Malacañang’s doorstep.
Manila, May 1, 2015 –- A key piece of evidence that could overturn Mary Jane Veloso’s conviction for allegedly smuggling 2.6 kilos of heroin into Indonesia could be provided by no other than herself. This is what the Indonesian court is set to find out after the Filipina’s scheduled execution last Wednesday was put on hold pending further investigation.