Songstress and The Voice of the Philippines personality Lea Salonga found herself in the hotseat of Twitter amidst hostile tweets, after asking a question during the country’s Independence Day last June 12.
SM City San Pablo City on Friday awarded five security personnel assigned at the Shopping Center Management Corp. (SCMC) for turning over valuable things, including cash money found, during their routine closing inspections.
TAKE THAT, CHINA! – Philippines to submit 300-year-old map to UN to debunk China’s 9-dash line claim
The Philippine government will be submitting to the United Nations Tribunal on the Law of the Sea in The Hague this week an almost 300-year-old …
A terrorist from ISIS recently took a selfie of himself and posted it online in social media. Shortly thereafter, U.S. Intelligence, which heavily monitors social media accounts from ISIS members and supporters, managed to pinpoint an ISIS headquarters building in Syria by using the selfie photo as a reference point.
While admitting he bears no grudge against the Catholic Church, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte also said he does not agree with some of its practice which supposedly scared people to follow its doctrines using the concept of hell.
The province’s strong anti-crime policy is underscored when two out-of-town councilors were arrested; one of them for selling counterfeit certificates and receipts and fining the other one for flouting an anti-smoking ordinance.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has over 200 job openings for interested Filipino doctors.
A gallant policeman came to the aid of an old woman who was bitten by a dog. Knowing the risk of dog bites, especially rabies, the policeman rushed the hapless woman to the San Lazaro Hospital, whose specialty is animal bites, and surprisingly sponsored the woman’s anti-rabies treatment.
Can’t get enough of cats? Cat Cafe Manila in partnership with Royal Canin Philippines will conduct “Kitten Classes” on the cafe premises on June 5, 2014, from 10am to 12nn.
A gang engaged in the theft and sale of Philippine National Railways (PNR) railroad ties was arrested following an entrapment operation that led to discovery of the stolen items – weighing a total of at least 50 kilograms – in a junk shop in Taguig City.