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Vhong Navarro has been slowly getting back into his old form following the controversial incident he was involved in months ago. As his newest movie “Da Possesed” opens…

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Films and music to enjoy this Holy Week

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‘Belgica Story’ leads GMA Good Friday shows

The light that shines from within

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Magnitude-7.5 earthquake shakes Mexican capital

ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) _ A powerful, magnitude-7.5 earthquake shook central and southern Mexico on Friday (local time).  The U.S. Geological Survey said it was centered northwest of the Pacific resort of Acapulco, where many Mexicans are vacationing for the Easter…

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BSP closes FX swaps facility

BSP closes FX swaps facility

The central bank has fully unwound its foreign exchange (FX) swaps which it had utilized to intervene in the exchange market for years. In January, the BSP’s aggregate…

ERC waives requirements for Mindanao power facilities

With Mindanao grid excruciatingly distressed again with summer blackouts, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has temporarily waived requirements on certificate of compliance (COCs) for power generation firms, including…

GSIS extends HELP to 5 areas

State-owned Government Service  and Insurance System (GSIS) has extended home emergency loan program (HELP) to five more Yolanda-hit areas in central Philippines. In a statement, the pension fund…

Purisima pushes risk sharing

Purisima pushes risk sharing

Finance Secretary Cesar V. Purisima has urged the global community to develop a formal risk sharing mechanism to address the increasingly costly effects of climate change. Purisima raised…

Gov’t Feb borrowings down 35%

The national government has borrowed less in February this year on the back of the Aquino administration’s relatively comfortable financial condition, data from the Bureau of Treasury showed.…

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Hundreds join Black Nazarene procession

Manila, Philippines — Hundreds of devotees joined the Good Friday procession of the Black Nazarene at Quiapo Church in Manila yesterday. Mostly clad in maroon…

Rubber seen to gel PH-India economic ties

Manila, Philippines — Rubber is poised to emerge as a potent growth-driver for economic relations between India and the Philippines, which have been seemingly laid…

‘Safe pass’ for Nur divides house

‘Safe pass’ for Nur divides house

Manila, Philippines — A heated debate is brewing among lawmakers in the House of Representatives on whether or not fugitive Nur Misuari, founder of the…

Domestics’ Pag-IBIG membership pushed

Manila, Philippines — The Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF or Pag-IBIG) has been going around subdivisions in Metro Manila as part of its efforts to…

Arroyo pushes for nat’l teachers academies

Arroyo pushes for nat’l teachers academies

Manila, Philippines — Former president and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has called for the establishment of national teachers academies to ensure quality public education…

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A week without meat

A week without meat

It’s only your fourth day of going meatless this Holy Week and you’re about ready to…

‘Til we meat again

The pleasures of pochero

Ramen that reigns

The edge of exotic

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Golden touch

Golden touch

Benny and Henrietta Reverente marked their golden wedding anniversary in the Vatican by being blessed by…

The need for intimate communication

The way to inner peace

Super fruit

A shrine like no other