No Deployment Ban Yet In Hong Kong; OFWs Urged To Stay Cautious

There are still no plans for now to implement a ban on the deployment of.

Cayetano: PRRD To Decide Fate Of Speakership Term-Sharing Deal

Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano said the term-sharing agreement he had with Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan.

ARTA To Sue Governor Over Anomalous Permit Transactions

The Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) announced that it would file a case against a provincial.

Labor Group Backs Pag-IBIG’s Proposed Contribution Hike

Labor group Trade Union Congress in the Philippines (TUCP) said it is supporting the Home.

Pres. Duterte Names Special Envoys To Japan, China

President Rodrigo Duterte has named his two special envoys to Japan and China who are.

Jobseekers Urged To Apply For Gov’t Vacancies In Online Fair

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) is inviting jobseekers and interested applicants to join in the.

Palace Slams Trump Staff’s ‘Ignorance’ Of Duterte’s Drug War

Malacañang blasted the senior staff of United States President Donald Trump for showing “blissful ignorance”.

PNP: No More Golf For Cops On Weekdays

Philippine National Police (PNP) officer-in-charge, Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco Gamboa, on Wednesday ordered a ban.

DOJ Starts Reinvestigation On ‘Ninja Cops’

The Department of Justice (DOJ) commenced its preliminary investigation into the so-called “ninja cops” accused.

Registration Of Party-Lists No Longer With SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday confirmed that party-list groups intending to participate.