President Aquino is ready to meet with senators to discuss the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law but will not back down on its merits and constitutionality while at the same hinting it should not be used for election purposes.
The Department of Education (DepEd) approved the applications of more than 1,200 private elementary and high schools to increase tuition and other fees, just days after the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) approved tuition...
The Aquino administration, it appears, has pulled all the stops to get the controversial BBL through the legislative mill. If this were a game of poker, the administration has gone all in, staking what is left of its political capital.
Upon her election as mayor of Gingoog City, Marie L. Guingona may have been thought of as carrying the burden of being compared with her predecessor, her mother Ruth de Lara Guingona, who served as mayor for three consecutive terms.
Golden State is a win away from barging into the NBA Finals this season and if coach Steve Kerr leads the Warriors over Houston as he’s expected to, it’ll be the first appearance in the title playoffs for the Oakland franchise in 40 years.
Thank you for P8.8 billion, which effectively boosted the agriculture sector’s budget this year by 11 percent from last year’s P80 billion allocation – but money alone, as most of us know very well, is not enough to stop the sector’s continuing slide.