Former President Fidel V. Ramos on Saturday urged the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) to be “alert and watchful” in the government’s
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Even without cameras and videos behind him, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Friday said he planned to continue riding the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT-3) as he "always" does even without the media.
The Inter-agency Council on Traffic (I-ACT) has created task force "Alamid" will help address the expected traffic congestion in Metro Manila with the looming holiday season.
Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV defended the Department of Education's (DepEd) plan to conduct random drug tests among high school students.
President Rodrigo Duterte has advised the media to refrain from lying because the government--supposedly-- doesn't.
A key player in the alleged "Davao Group" of smugglers has been kicked out of the Davao City Council by his friend, Vice Mayor Pulong Duterte. The Davao City Council on Tuesday stripped Councilor Nilo "Small" Abellera, his friend,…
To enhance government communication in the online realm, personnel of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) have undergone intensive training on crafting creative social media content.
The Philippine News Agency's (PNA) latest booboo involving the posting of funny and embarrassing editorial notes online was allegedly committed by a "disgruntled" former employee, Communications Undersecretary Joel Sy Egco has revealed.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar has blamed the publication of editorial notes on headlines of the Philippine News Agency (PNA) on a cyberattack.
Why wait for an investigation to be completed when you can keep your public informed, live and on Facebook?
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) is on a crisis management mode after the Philippine News Agency's latest gaffe, which involved editorial notes being included in the headlines.
he Philippine News Agency (PNA) has become a laughing stock once again after several articles bearing an editor's notes were posted online.
An office under Presidential Communication Secretary Martin Andanar made another big boo-boo.
As the old adage goes, "Bad publicity is still publicity."
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar has decided to become more involved in the Philippine News Agency's operations in light of its recent gaffes, which has made it the laughing stock of netizens.
Eastern Samar Rep. Ben Evardone is urging Communications Secretary Martin Andanar to axe editos responsible for the blunders at state-run Philippine News Agency (PNA).
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar plans to take a page from Philippine National Police chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa in light of the snafus involving the Philippine News Agency (PNA).
The Philippine News Agency (PNA) has committed another gaffe, just days after it drew flak for posting a Chinese propaganda piece on the South China Sea.
The Philippine News Agency practically became a mouthpiece for China for a few days when it posted an opinion piece by the state-run Xinhua news agency on the proposed Code of Conduct (COC) in the South China Sea.
Despite being a certified Instagram star, Veronica "Kitty" Duterte loves reading books.
For Europe-based Filipino entrepreneurs, Maria Elizabeth ‘Olga’ Briton Famorcan and Chona Abiertas Tenorio, the unwavering support they gave President Rodrigo Duterte during the 2016 presidential elections campaign has no end.
State-run media entities are getting ready to launch a multi-platform media blitz to tout the accomplishments of President Rodrigo Duterte in his first year in office, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
Senator Risa Hontiveros scoffed at Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) for attempting to “campaign” for the imposition of martial law and for the errors in stories and photos of State-run Philippine News Agency (PNA).
Malacanang has told Communications Secretary Martin Andanar to explain how a photo taken during the Vietnam War made its way to the Philippine News Agency's website.