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Hitting the high notes with her back bent has been Pilita Corrales’ trademark move but Asia’s Queen of Songs certainly has a lot more to offer than that.…

The stature and influence of celebrities make them shoo-ins to promote products or services that match their public image. Former “Etcetera” host Patti Grandidge thinks stars can do…

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Thousands of Ebola vaccines may ready in 2015 — WHO

GENEVA — World Health Organization (WHO) Assistant Director-General Marie-Paule Kieny on Friday said thousands of Ebola vaccines might be ready for use in the first half of 2015 to turn the tide against the deadly Ebola epidemic. On Thursday, WHO…

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BSP approves multi-class UITFs

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) Monetary Board has added multi-class unit investment trust fund (UITF) to the expanded list of UITFs opened to issuers and investors. The…

China, 21 other countries initiate new Asian bank

Beijing – China and 21 other Asian nations signed on Friday to a new Beijing-backed international bank for Asia that Washington opposes as an unnecessary rival to established…

Asia-Pacific finance ministers look to infrastructure to boost growth

Beijing– Finance ministers from Pacific Rim nations said the global economy “still faces persistent weakness in demand” and they looked to infrastructure spending to boost growth. Private capital…

Marina personnel train to qualify as ISM Code auditors

A total of 24 technical personnel of the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) underwent a five-day ‘Auditor’s Training Course on International Safety Management (ISM)  on Oct. 13-17 at Bayview…

Gunigundo lauds new cigarette price bill’s two-pronged approach

Valenzuela’s 2nd District Rep. Magtanggol T. Gunigundo is supporting the immediate passage of House Bill (HB) No. 5013 to strengthen the country’s pro-health and pro-youth initiatives as an…

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Will VFA be abrogated?

The move to abolish the Visiting Forces Agreement is slowly gathering steam in the House of Representatives. Rep. Sherwin Gatchalian, a member of the Malacañang-backed…

Migrant workers, mostly OFWs, beaten, exploited, trapped in UAE

Many Asian and African women working as domestic workers in the United Arab Emirates say their employers beat them with sticks or cables, punched and…

Knocking down the root of alms-giving (Fifth of a series)

Dr. Lilian “Ali” Ng Gui, a child psychotherapist who works closely with poor street children of Antipolo, one of the large cities in the outskirts…

MMDA warns of heavy traffic this weekend

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) yesterday warned the public of heavy traffic along Osmeña Highway to make way for demolition of the Manila-Makati boundary…

Friendship Suites now open to the public

The controversial Makati Friendship Suites has been declared by the local government open to the public. In an ordinance, signed by Makati City mayor Jejomar…

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The weight of worries

Some nights I lie awake wondering what impact my actions and words will have on my…

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Trouble in paradise

The Aquino administration through the Department of Tourism (DoT) is working double time to get 10…

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