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The Philippines will donate blankets and winter clothing to earthquake victims in Turkey, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said.
The bill seeking to increase the tax on luxury goods to 25 percent is “reasonable,” President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said.
Speaker Ferdinand Martin Romualdez warned traders hoarding supplies and manipulating prices of onion and other agricultural products to “moderate your greed” or suffer the consequences of their scheme.
Sen. Sonny Angara on Tuesday raised concern over the increasing number of young girls aged 10 to 14 who were impregnated by older men, saying such incidents would negatively impact the communities and the future of young mothers.
Sen. Risa Hontiveros on Tuesday called on the government to improve the existing policies to stem the rising incidence of teenage pregnancies among girls aged 10 to 14.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has appointed Vicente Homer Revil as Acting Administrator of the Local Water Utilities Administration, Malacañang said Tuesday.
Lito Lapid returns to Senate after ‘Batang Quiapo’ screening: ‘Mas mahalaga pa rin ang ating tungkulin na maglingkod sa masa’
Public service remains a priority for Senator Lito Lapid.
Kris Aquino’s birthday message to her brother the late President Benigno Aquino III included an apology for her bratty behavior as well as appreciation for his love and concern for her family.
A feud is brewing between four of the Tulfo brothers after the eldest, Mon, linked First Lady Liza Marcos’ brother, Martin Araneta, to smuggling.
Social Welfare Secretary Rex Gatchalian stays in shape with a treadmill workout before going to work.
Senator Sonny Angara has offered sympathies over the death of tycoon Roberto “Bobby” Ongpin, saying he hopes his unfinished vision and projects will still be pursued.
Former Senator Franklin Drilon is seeking to renew his faith by taking a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
Broadcast journalist Korina Sanchez Roxas is appealing to kindhearted people to adopt dogs and cats rescued from the streets.
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Valenzuela Rep. Rex Gatchalian is reportedly the leading contender for the post of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary as chances dim for the reappointment of Erwin Tulfo, Politiko has learned.
Political scientist Clarita Carlos has reportedly become the latest casualty in the ongoing purge of government officials appointed by former executive secretary Vic Rodriguez.
Resigned Department of National Defense (DND) officer-in-charge Jose Faustino Jr. apparently ordered the compulsory retirement of Lt. Gen. Bartolome Bacarro as Armed Forces Chief of Staff, contrary to his claim that he was clueless about his mistah’s exit from the military.
Noli De Castro will be returning as an anchor on ABS-CBN’s flagship newscast, TV Patrol, next week, Politiko has learned.
At least four undersecretaries in the Office of the Press Secretary (OPS), along with nearly a dozen ranking officials, are reportedly set to lose their jobs in 2023 as part of the Marcos administration’s rightsizing efforts, Politiko has learned.
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.