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The planned two-day transport strike is set to begin on Monday according to transport group, Stop and Go Coalition.

In the morning of Sept. 23, 2017, the 45th anniversary of the actual declaration of martial law by late President Ferdinand Marcos, thousands gathered at UPLB Freedom Park in Laguna. 

Malacañang hailed the government troops’ reclaiming of the Masiu Bridge in Marawi City, calling it a “significant development” in the fight against the ISIS-inspired terrorists.

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Malacañang welcomed the move of the House of Representatives to allot P40 billion to fund free college education in state universities and colleges next year.

One of the firefighters who saved the life of Horacio “Atio” Castillo III in 2005 mourned the death of the student.

President Duterte reiterated he has no unexplained wealth and said he became a millionaire at a young age due to inheritance walking back on remarks that he was born into a poor family.

Environmental group Greenpeace has ranked the Philippines as the "third-worst polluter into the world's oceans" after China and Indonesia.

Despite the Duterte’s government’s refusal to let the United Nations special rapporteur on summary killings conduct an independent probe in the country, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano insisted that the Philippines has nothing to hide in connection with its human rights record.

President Duterte wants his daughter, Davao Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, to succeed him in 2022.

The House of Representatives has alloted P40 billion for next year for free college education in more than 100 state universities and colleges (SUCs) and locally funded schools.

Malacañang yesterday challenged resigned Department of Information and Communications Technology (DITC) Secretary Rodolfo Salalima to substantiate his claims that he opted to leave the Cabinet of President Duterte due to corruption and interference.

Malacañang invoked yesterday every Filipino citizen’s right to privacy and the provisions of the Data Privacy Act in the move to censor or redact portions of the 2016 statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) of President Duterte’s Cabinet members.

Starting today, workers – especially sales ladies and female security guards – are no longer required to wear high-heeled shoes in the workplace, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said yesterday.

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