QUEZON CITY, Nov. 24 -- The Aquino administration has put in place adequate, long-term measures to counter the effects of climate change, which benefits can come well beyond 2016, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in a statement said.
MANILA, Nov. 24 -- Malacañang joined the entire Filipino nation Sunday in celebrating Sarangani Representative Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Pacquiao’s victory against American Chris Algieri following their World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight match in Macau.
MANILA, Nov. 23 -- The Palace said it expects business confidence in the Philippines to continue in the coming years after a new survey found high expectations for the Philippines.
MANILA, Nov. 22 -- The Philippines will be hosting the first ASEAN Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Networking Forum in Manila this December 2014, the Department of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
MANILA, Nov. 22 -- Following the release of the Global and Terrorism Index that ranked the Philippines at ninth place, Malacañang said it remains committed to preventing violence and terrorism.
SINGAPORE, Nov 20 -- Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong commended President Benigno S. Aquino III on his recent meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping, Presidential Spokesman Edwin Lacierda said Tuesday.
MANILA, Nov. 19, 2014—A Catholic bishop condemned top military and health officials for visiting a group of soldiers under quarantine after serving in Ebola-ravaged Liberia without any protective gear.
MANILA, Nov. 19 -- Malacañang on Tuesday welcomed the House of Representatives’ approval of a resolution giving President Benigno S. Aquino III special authority to address the looming energy crisis next year.
MANILA, Nov. 19 --- The government is ready to hold a dialogue with coconut farmers who want the coco levy fund to be returned to them after several decades, a Palace official said on Tuesday.
MANILA, Nov. 18 -- The Palace on Monday expressed satisfaction over the “historically high” result of a recent Social Weather Stations’ (SWS) survey, which showed gross satisfaction with the National Administration increasing to 59 percent and dissatisfaction dropping to 24 percent.