The gang is back and is now bigger!The children of Vice President Leni Robredo and former DILG Sec. Mar Roxas had a reunion at the start of the New Year
Presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte is ringing in the New Year with some good wishes for the public
Pope Francis apologised Wednesday for slapping a woman who had grabbed him as he greeted a crowd of devotees, shortly before he delivered a speech denouncing “every form of violence against women.”
Hong Kong police fired tear gas a few minutes into 2020 as pro-democracy protesters marked the New Year with midnight countdown rallies and a massive march planned for January 1.
Local executives must look forward to a “safer” and more environment-friendly celebration of New Year and other special occasions in their respective areas.
Malacañang on Sunday urged the public to ensure a safe and peaceful Christmas and New Year’s celebration.
For many, the New Year presents an opportunity for introspection and vows of self-improvement.
US Strategic Command apologized Monday for a joke in “bad taste” after tweeting it was ready to drop something “much bigger” than the traditional Times Square crystal ball at New Year.
Senator Bam Aquino on Monday said no state university or college should charge their students any tuition or other mandatory fees in 2019.
Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio believes detained Senator Leila de Lima should be allowed to participate in the oral arguments over the petition which sought to invalidate the country’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Beijing began the Year of the Dog Friday with eerily silent streets, as the usual thunderous bursts of firecrackers and fireworks were silenced by a strict ban that sacrifices tradition in the name of an anti-pollution campaign.
President Rodrigo Duterte will push Congress to pass a law that will ban firecrackers and pyrotechnics after a 68 percent drop in firecracker-related injuries during the New Year revelries attributed to his executive order which limits the use of firecrackers.
Public vigilance and President Rodrigo Duterte’s Executive Order (EO) 28 played a key role in reducing firecracker casualties this year, Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said Tuesday.
Senator JV Ejercito condoled his Senate seatmate Senator Win Gatchalian over his expletive-laden tweets directed at netizens, saying politikos like them are human too.
Following the restructuring of the country’s tax system, expect more reforms to be put into place, Sen. Win Gatchalian on Monday said.
Some two million people braved New York’s coldest New Year weather for a century to welcome 2018 in Times Square, with police enforcing intensely strict security.
Nearly 200 people were injured during traditionally raucous New Year celebrations in the Philippines despite President Rodrigo Duterte’s order limiting the use of firecrackers, the health minister said Monday.
China will play its part in defending the international order and combating climate change while working to raise living standards for its own people, President Xi Jinping pledged Sunday in a New Year speech.
Kim Jong-Un urged North Korea to mass-produce nuclear warheads and missiles in a defiant New Year message Monday suggesting he would continue to accelerate a rogue weapons programme that has stoked international tensions.
Despite repeated attacks by members of the New People’s Army (NPA) during Christmas truce, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Saturday said it is still very much committed to uphold the suspension of military operation (SOMO) during the New Year.
Vice President Leni Robredo is looking forward to lifting the spirits of Filipinos next year by working for the betterment of their lives and protecting their rights.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called for “pragmatic cooperation” in his New Year wishes to US President Donald Trump, the Kremlin said on Saturday.
Senator Nancy Binay has urged the police to be vigilant in preventing the entry in the market and use of illegal firecrackers and fireworks to avoid casualties during the celebration of New Year.
President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed sadness over the tragedies that affected several parts of the country in the run-up to Christmas and New Year.