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Iconic singers Regine Velasquez and Martin Nievera know how they’ve managed to stayed in show business for so long: they listen to the fans. “Talagang we try to…

CNBLUE pushed through with their “Can’t Stop” concert in the country on Sept. 19 despite the onslaught brought on by tropical Storm “Mario” that flooded most of Metro…

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Judge dismisses wig lawsuit against rapper Nicki Minaj

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Kiev, rebels sign peace plan memorandum: negotiators

MINSK (AFP) – Negotiators representing Kiev and Ukraine’s separatists said Saturday they have signed a deal to create a demilitarised zone in eastern Ukraine. ”We have signed a memorandum,” Kiev’s envoy, former president Leonid Kuchma, told reporters. Under the nine-point…

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Gov’t earmarks P109B for upgrading of airports

The government is spending at least P109 billion to expand the country’s main gateways and develop the secondary airports to accommodate jet planes to boost the aviation and…

DOE still exploring ‘procurement options’ for emergency powers

Malacañang will likely secure the “emergency powers” it has been seeking from Congress, but as to how it will be employed to solve next year’s power supply crisis…

Typhoon cancels PSE trading

The trading at the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) on Friday was halted due to Typhoon “Mario,” which also suspends the work of all government offices and some private…

PAFMIL seeks dumping duty on flour

Failure to impose definitive dumping duties against imported flour from Turkey would put the local flour millers in peril, the Philippine Association of Flour Millers (PAFMIL) warned. In…

US FDA okays injectable diabetes drug

Washington – The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new injectable diabetes drug from Eli Lilly and Co. for adults with the most common form…

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Solon calls for review of police disciplinary system

Congress needs to review the effectiveness of the disciplinary system of the Philippine National Police (PNP) to help revive the public’s trust in law enforcers,…

Calamities bring two cities together

Chengdu City and Tacloban City, urban centers devastated by two of the most destructive natural calamities in world history, are set to forge a sister-city…

Muntinlupa inaugurates new home for high school

The Muntinlupa City government led by Mayor Jaime Fresnedi has inaugurated and opened the new home for the Muntinlupa National High School-Tunasan Annex in Laguerta,…

Mario’s fury

Mario’s fury

If you were out in the rain for even just a few minutes yesterday during Tropical Storm “Mario’s” onslaught, one word would have crossed your…

Whistleblower’s testimony elates Revilla camp

The lawyer of Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. yesterday thanked whistleblower Merlina Sunas for her testimony before the Sandiganbayan First Division where she admitted that…

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Wholesome automotive fun

Wholesome automotive fun

The country’s biggest international motor show,the 5th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS), opens today at the…

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