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Malacañang on Monday dismissed allegations that the Aquino administration is protecting Transportation Secretary Joseph Abaya in connection with the maintenance contract for the decrepit Metro Rail Transit Line 3.

(UPDATED) The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) issued an orange rainfall warning for some areas in Metro Manila and several nearby provinces on Monday morning due to Typhoon "Egay."

The Department of Social Welfare and Development on Sunday said the agency has already readied the relief aid for areas along the path of tropical storm “Egay” in northern Luzon.

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The Department of Health on Monday confirmed the second case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-Corona Virus in the country.

A motel mogul’s heir and the pilot of a helicopter died when their aircraft crashed in Batangas in stormy weather at past noon yesterday.

The hybrid system has not yet been ruled out of the Commission on Elections (Comelec)’s possible technology to be used in next year’s elections.

The Romblon provincial government has declared DMCI Power Corp. persona non grata for opposing a contract to supply electricity to nine towns and 200,000 residents.

Electricity rates in July will likely increase because of the frequent forced outages made by several power plants.

The Philippines is optimistic and looking forward to a favorable ruling regarding the jurisdiction the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) has over Manila’s maritime case against China.

The race for the next chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP) is now down to two.

The Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) have pilot-tested 766 rice varieties for planting in several locations in the country.

Tropical Storm Egay yesterday caused landslides and massive flooding in Northern Luzon, leaving a number of roads impassable, including Kennon and Halsema Roads leading to Baguio City.

The number of fatalities from the sinking of a ferry off the coast of this city on Thursday hit 60 with two more bodies retrieved at the site yesterday.

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