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Binay: See you
in Malacañang

Despite the worst political crisis in his public career, Vice President Jejomar Binay assured executives of the Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP) that his journey would still end in Malacañang.

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BUT MAINTAINS NO CORRUPTION

Ona to resign
from DOH post

Health Secretary Enrique Ona on Thursday told the Inquirer he will offer his courtesy resignation to President Benigno Aquino III as his month-long leave comes to an end.

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A group calling for President Benigno Aquino III’s ouster on Thursday filed plunder and graft charges against House Majority Leader Neptali Gonzales II for the alleged misappropriation of P315.4 million of his Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) allocations from 2007 to 2009.

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9 METRO MANILA MAYORS

Ordered to return
P331-M PDAF

The Commission on Audit (COA) has directed the mayors of nine cities in Metro Manila to return to the National Treasury more than P331.7 million in unused pork barrel funds released to them by several lawmakers.

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The proposed P2.606-trillion national budget for 2015 may yet be the administration’s preparatory budget for the 2016 elections, Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago said on Thursday.

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Mayor Cayetano
cries foul

Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano on Thursday decried what she said was the deliberate distortion of some of the Commission on Audit (COA) findings for 2013 aimed at “malign(ing) the reputation of Taguig as a city with a hard stance against corruption.”

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How much longer should coconut farmers wait before they could benefit from the P72.8-billion coco levy fund?

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Retired RTC judges to hold general assembly

The Association of Retired RTC Judges of the Philippines Inc. (ARRJOP) will hold its 3rd General Assembly on Saturday at

Convergys employees invest in higher learning

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St. Scholastica’s grads do their bit for Tacloban

St. Scholastica’s Alumnae Foundation Inc. is presenting “The Ryan Cayabyab Christmas Concert,” a benefit for Benedictine Community schools and communities

Saint Jude Catholic School Batch ’89 celebrates Silver Jubilee Nov. 22

Relive the 1980s with the Saint Jude Catholic School Batch ’89 and the SJCS Alumni Association at their homecoming concert,

Integrated marketing communications agency breaks barriers

teamasia 4as   TeamAsia, yet again, makes history. In a general meeting held last October 29 in Makati City, the Association of

Game changers in food industry

Hundreds of chefs, restaurateurs, and caterers from the Philippine food industry gathered in a one-day event for the CulinaryFestival 2014