where over a hundred prisoners sleep in a cell amid PH President Duterte’s merciless war on drugs. MANILA — Jason Madarang, awaiting trial on a charge of drug use, is in a muggy, windowless cell in a Manila prison so overcrowded that inmates must sleep in halls and stairwells and share each toilet with 150 […]
Careful when you bite those strawberries! There might be sewing needles embedded inside. And it may not just be strawberries sold at Woolies.
You could be fined $60,000 or put in prison if you refuse
The Supreme Court has affirmed the acquittal of former First Lady and Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos in 32 criminal cases over alleged unlawful foreign exchange accounts amounting to millions of dollars she shared with husband and late strongman Ferdinand Marcos in Geneva, Switzerland from 1973 to 1985.
Incumbent Ateneo Alumni Australia President Miguel “Mike” Alvarez has announced that he attended the All-Ateneo Alumni Convention in California this October. He was accompanied by his wife.
Why is President Duterte afraid of the International Criminal Court (ICC)?
Poorly-skilled migrants will struggle to granted immigration visas amid the government’s plan to crackdown on dole bludgers. Only the ‘best and brightest’ immigrants will be welcomed into Australia, according to the Saturday Telegraph.
Several controversial banners such as the one placed in an overhead pedestrian crossing in Quezon City were displayed in various parts of Metro Manila. The party or persons responsible for installing the banners have not yet been identified as of press time.
Cebu Pacific said it would “strictly enforce” its hand-carry baggage policy starting July 17 to streamline operations and to provide a more efficient check-in procedure.
TOWNSEND, Delaware — Police say the five people killed in a crash on a Delaware highway were a 61-year-old Filipino father from Teaneck, New Jersey and his four daughters.
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu assured President Duterte that Boracay island “is no longer a cesspool” and will be ready to accept visitors on October 26.
In spite of President Rodrigo Duterte’s refusal to implement the arbitral tribunal’s award that invalidated China’s massive claims in the South China Sea, the world’s naval powers are doing their part to enforce it, Supreme Court acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said.