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TECO will soon grant visa-free entry for Pinoys to Taiwan

By Charissa Luci-Atienza  Seeking to strengthen the long-standing friendship between the Philippines and Taiwan, the Taiwan government will soon grant visa-free entry for Filipinos. Taipei…


PH votes for treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons

By Philippine News Agency The Philippines has joined 121 other nations in adopting a legally binding treaty that will prohibit the manufacture and use of…

LETTING OFF STEAM — Lava fumes are released from an Energy Development Corporation Geothermal Plant to ease the heat and pressure from an inactive volcano where it stands in Tongonan, Ormoc City. The 14,000-hectare plant that gives 460 megawatts of power to the Visayas grid has been shut down since a 6.5-magnitude earthquake occurred last Thursday afternoon, and damaged it. (Juan Carlo de Vela)

Tagbilaran rations power

By Dave Albarado Power has been partially restored in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, effective Friday night, a day after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit Leyte that triggered…

President Rodrigo Duterte (JAY GANZON / MANILA BULLETIN)

PRRD likely to extend martial law

By The Associated Press   President Duterte said Friday he will likely extend 60 days of martial law he imposed in Mindanao to deal with…

Senator Loren Legarda (Joseph Vidal/Prib / MANILA BULLETIN)

Legarda vows to aid HEIs

By Mario B. Casayuran Senator Loren Legarda, chair of the Senate finance committee, vowed yesterday to provide adequate funds for the country’s public higher education…

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No ‘fashion show’ at SONA – Palace

By Argyll Cyrus B. Geducos President Duterte wants another simple State-of-the-Nation Address (SONA) on July 24 and that means there will be no fashion show-like…