MANILA – The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has blacklisted over 20 non-performing or scheming contractors since the start of the Duterte administration as part of its efforts to curb corruption.
Bureau of Immigration (BI) officials made money even from Chinese tourists who failed to bribe them for traveling to the country without proper documents, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has found.
MANILA – The Department of Energy (DOE) on Friday assured that there is enough supply of petroleum products in Catanduanes, which was heavily hit by Super Typhoon Rolly.
Mayor Abby Binay runs a regular column on Pilipino Star Ngayon.
Four mayors from Region 4B are facing raps, the rest are from Northern Luzon, Region 5, and Visayas.
Former Senator JV Ejercito has mocked United States President Donald Trump’s desperation to win a second-term in office.
Former Vice President Jojo Binay has called on the government to hand out face masks and shields to the evacuees to avoid catching the new coronavirus disease.
Krispy Kreme Philippines is spreading some joy in Quezon after being battered by super typhoon Rolly last weekend. The popular food chain has sent boxes…
Proceeds of the online sale will be used to purchase Christmas gift packs for Makati City’s medical frontliners.
“Let’s pray for and help our countrymen in hard-hit areas,” appeals Mayor Vico Sotto.
Retired Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Mariano Del Castillo took his oath of office on Friday (Nov. 6) as the new vice chancellor of the Philippine Judicial Academy (PHILJA).
Senate President Tito Sotto on Friday expressed elation over the Gallup Global study placing the Philippines tied for 12th place among the safest countries in the world to live in.
Senator Risa Hontiveros on Friday said she welcomed the filing of charges against those involved in the Bureau of Immigration’s “pastillas scam,” including alleged mastermind and former ports chief chief Marc Red Mariñas, along with 85 others.
Senator Grace Poe on Thursday urged the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to examine the entire process of the cashless payment system on toll roads to “avoid any miscalculation that will shortchange motorists.”
Senator Bong Go on Thursday said he remains firm in his commitment to push for the reinstatement of the death penalty and the designation of plunder and drug-related offenses as capital offenses.
More than 2,000 permits and clearances to build cell towers filed by telecommunications companies have so far been approved by local government units (LGUs), Interior Secretary Eduardo Año said.
To help ease the suffering of those affected by the onslaught of Super Typhoon Rolly, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is providing free internet connectivity and charging devices to several typhoon-hit areas.
President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed his exasperation with Filipinos’ Christmas celebration, which many dub as the longest in the world.
President Rodrigo Duterte acknowledged the swift response of government agencies to areas affected by typhoon “Rolly,” particularly in the Bicol region.
President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to launch an investigation into the “ghost” projects allegedly implemented by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), which resulted in wastage of public funds.
If President Rodrigo Duterte hates “ghost” projects involving the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), how would he like “skeleton” projects?
A Republican candidate was elected to the state legislature in North Dakota, despite the fact that he had died a month earlier of coronavirus, officials said Wednesday.