Diesel-electric submarines will be purchased by the Philippine government. It was reported by the Philippine media late last month.
The indicators are there. The majority of Supreme Court justices who decided in favour of burying the remains of Dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (Heroes Cemetery) appear to be the same justices who chose to approve the quo warranto verdict against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.
From July 2, 2018, one new Child Care Subsidy will replace the two current child care payments. This transition will happen automatically.
Today’s leaders have critics and supporters, detractors and loyalists. The rich still get richer and the poor not just poorer but have grown in numbers. Thanks to a sustained growth in population and growing dollar remittances from OFWs, the government is able to use percentages to be able to show percentile improvements in economic indicators. […]
I know it’s all saber-rattling, ahh flag hoisting in the open seas.
Fish products marketed as ‘fresh’ at seafood shops and sushi restaurants across Australia, the Philippines and other parts of the world may be years old and pumped full of deadly carbon monoxide gas.
A local court in Cagayan de Oro City in the Philippines has convicted an Australian national and his accomplice for sexual abuse of children and for filming sexual acts and selling them to his clients, mostly in Australia.
While Philippine singers and entertainers abound, few are at par with artist extraordinaire, Jun Polistico.
China released images of a new, unmanned, stealth fighter-style jet, and they present a shocking look into how close Beijing has come to unseating the US as the dominant military air power.
Vladimir Putin has recently warned about WWIII and called for a ‘Summit’ with Donald Trump to avert what may lead to the ultimate destruction of planet earth. (www.thesun.co.uk)
CALAMBA CITY — In just a matter of six months, three clergymen have been killed. That served as enough reason for some priests in Laguna province to acquire firearms to protect themselves against would-be assassins. Add to that the frustrated murder of a fourth priest in the same town.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III has asked online news site Inquirer.net to pull out articles tagging him in the controversial rape case of sexy actress Pepsi Paloma in 1982.