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The House of Representatives has removed the Government Service Insurance System and Social Security System from the list of contributors for the proposed Maharlika fund.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has promised to use public funds to benefit all Filipinos.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Wednesday called for more prudent use of government funds and assets due to scarcity of resources.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. reiterated the role of local government units as partners in nation building.
House Deputy Minority Leader and Bagong Henerasyon Rep. Bernadette Herrera on Wednesday said that while the proposed Maharlika Wealth Fund (MWF) is “very sound’ in theory, there are still many questions that should be answered.
Several days before Christmas, former President Rodrigo Duterte attended a holiday reunion with several former Cabinet officials and political allies.
Former Transportation Secretary Art Tugade is glad to see former President Duterte and former Cabinet members “happy and healthy” during a recent festive holiday gathering.
Hankering for some coffee and brunch? Another stylish and relaxing specialty coffee shop owned by bilyonaryo Manny Villar has opened its doors to the public.
Department of Justice (DOJ) Assistant Secretary Jose Dominic Clavano IV has assured that Justice Secretary Jesus Crispin Remulla will not meddle in the preliminary investigation into the murder complaints against suspended Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) Director General Gerald Bantag.
Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco has become part of the Army’s reserve force.
Former President Rodrigo Duterte shares his holiday wishes for the country during a recent chat with Senator Ronald dela Rosa.
Cruelty at CSA Makati: Grade 9 student beats up boy with brass knuckle, flaunts violence on social media
Colegio San Agustin (CSA) Makati finds itself at the center of controversy after a Grade 9 student beat up a batch mate with a brass knuckle and posted gruesome videos of his violent act online.
Senator Robin Padilla has not yet stepped foot inside the newly renovated Manila Zoo, but heard glowing praises about the place from his wife Mariel.
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Will Ivan Uy stand by Jose Vicente Salazar? DICT chief’s confirmation in limbo for giving dismissed ERC chief plum post
Ivan John Uy’s appointment as Secretary of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is reportedly in danger of being rejected by the Commission on Appointments (CA) because he gave dismissed Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) chief Jose Vicente Salazar a plum post at the agency, Politiko has learned.
Feelingera na, palpak pa! Naida Angping nears axe as PMS chief—and it ain’t because of husband’s rumored sex scandal
Presidential Management Staff (PMS) Secretary Naida Angping’s head is reportedly on the chopping block even before her husband, Harry, allegedly got involved in a sex scandal during President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s recent trip to Thailand.
An Iskooper told Politiko that Lagdameo was allegedly furious over Rodriguez’s attempt to revive the position of the presidential chief of staff.
Executive Secretary Lucas Bersamin will reportedly axe all appointees of his predecessor, Vic Rodriguez, by the end of the year, Politiko has learned.
Zenaida Angping, baggage reportedly offloaded from Bongbong Marcos’ flight to Bangkok after ‘Dirty Harry’ scandal
Presidential Management Staff (PMS) Zenaida Angping was reportedly jettisoned from the presidential flight to the APEC Leaders Summit in Thailand last week.
If Senator Mark Villar seems quiet after winning in the 2022 elections, it’s because he’s busier following President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in his overseas trips than working at the Senate.