Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio De Los Reyes claimed on Thursday that businessman Antonio Tiu told him that he was only renting the agricultural property in Batangas linked to Vice President Jejomar Binay.
A bill was filed at the House of Representatives urging the Bureau of Customs (BOC), Philippine National Police, Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) and other law enforcement agencies to donate counterfeit...
Two allies of Vice President Jejomar Binay were sent out of the session hall after gatecrashing the 10th hearing of the Senate Blue Ribbon-Subcommittee on the Makati City Hall II parking building on Thursday.
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OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE: Sworn to do justice to every man, President Noynoy Aquino cannot remain silent seeing how the American suspect in the Oct. 11 killing of transgender Jeffrey Laude in an Olongapo hotel is being kept beyond the reach of the law.
Of all the sectors of our society, government enjoys the least trust of our people. This is the sad finding of the Philippine Trust Index (PTI), a survey-based study produced by public relations firm Eon.
“These are interesting and thriving times for the agri-business sector in our country. There is an increasing number of opportunities in the agriculture sector. And this is not surprising, considering that the Philippines is an agricultural country.”
I have written several columns focusing on the need for judicial reforms. A just and prosperous nation must be built on the rule of law which requires weeding out corruption in all branches of government, including the judiciary.
If there is something going which is very positive for the folks at the National Transformation Council (NTC), it was that report conducted by the EON Stakeholders Relations Firm, which was presented to the media a few days ago that stated, “The Church is the most trusted institution in the c
After reaching an amicable settlement with the Ashmore Group that took almost two years of intense negotiations, businessman Bobby Ongpin is riding high with the wind as he looks forward to more projects for the now private Alphaland Corp.
Games and Amusements Board chairman Juan Ramon Guanzon sent in a lengthy essay the other day expressing his thoughts about the philosophy of winning in sports. Guanzon is a keen observer of sports in general, not just the professional variety that his agency supervises.