•  Ormoc ferry fatality recovered
    Rescuers unload a body bag containing the remains of one the passengers retrieved from the ill-fated M/V Kim Nirvana at the pier in Ormoc City, Leyte on Friday. The ferry, loaded with nearly 200 people, capsized 200 meters from the shore on Thursday, officials said, killing at least 45 people. 

  •  International Plastic Bag Free Day
    Advocates for a ban on plastic bags from the Ecowaste Coalition, Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives and other environmental groups stage a tableau to dramatize the impacts of "degradable" plastic bags as they celebrate the International Plastic Bag Free Day on Friday in Manila. 

  •  UP students call for end to frat violence
    University of the Philippines students light candles on Friday in front of the Palma Hall building as they call for non-violence in the campus. The group launched “The Brotherhood Project” in the wake of fraternity-related violence triggered by a mauling incident in the campus last week. 

  •  Fishermen denounce Chinese Navy blockade
    Fishermen's group Pamalakaya holds a protest outside Chinese Consulate office in Makati City on Friday to denounce the Chinese Navy's action prohibiting Filipino fishermen in contested waters in the Spratly Islands. The United Nations arbitration court will hear the Philippines' claim next week in The Hague, the Netherlands. 

  •  Ormoc ferry victims climb to 41
    Residents and relatives of victims watch from the shore as members of the Philippine Coast Guard attempt to recover the remains of the capsized vessel M/V Kim Nirvana during a search and rescue operations in Ormoc City, Leyte on Thursday. The death toll climbed to 41 with several more missing. 

Egay brings floods to northern PH

MANILA - Floods inundated towns in the northern Philippines as Tropical Storm Egay (international name: Linfa) struck the northern edge of the archipelago, where relief agencies were braced for disaster on Sunday.
Egay brings floods to northern PH

Victoria Court owner dies in helicopter crash

MANILA -- (UPDATE 5) The owner of Victoria Court was one of two who died in a helicopter crash in the Mount Maculot area in Barangay Pinagkaisahan, Cuenca, Batangas past noon on Sunday.
Victoria Court owner dies in helicopter crash

Ormoc ferry may have been overloaded

ORMOC - The death toll from a ferry that capsized in the central Philippines has risen to 61, the coast guard said Sunday, indicating that the vessel was overloaded.
Ormoc ferry may have been overloaded


Hopeless Yolanda victims no more

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PH and China dispute to continue despite UN Tribunal case

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PH teen recovers in Sudan after life-saving surgery

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3 branches come together as PH begins fight vs China

MANILA - Malacanang is confident of the Philippines’ case versus China as three branches of the government join forces with government lawyers to fight for the country’s sovereignty over the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea).
Posted 8 hours ago

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Life after debt: 5 things to do after you've paid it off

There's a feeling of euphoria that comes with being finally debt-free, and here's a look at the things you can do when you're recovering.
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Nadine affected by rumors linking James to Julia

Nadine Lustre admitted she also gets affected by rumors romantically linking her onscreen partner, James Reid, to their “Para sa Hopeless Romantic” co-star, Julia Barretto.
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Alaska sweeps Star to advance to Finals

The Alaska Aces hit huge shots down the stretch and held off the Star Hotshots to win Game 3, 82-77, to sweep their best-of-five semifinals series and advance to the PBA Governors Cup Finals Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum.
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Leave Rizal Monument be, Palace says

MANILA -- Malacañang on Saturday gave its opinion on the issue surrounding the national hero's monument in Rizal Park.
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WATCH: Kahayag Dance Company wins top prize in Korea

MANILA – A Dumaguete-based dance group brought honor to the country by bagging the top prize in the 2015 International Youth Fellowship (IYF) World Cultural Dance Festival held in South Korea last Friday.
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Classes suspended in Ilocos Sur, La Union due to 'Egay'

MANILA -- The local government of Ilocos Sur and La Union have suspended classes Monday, July 6, due to the threat posed by tropical storm "Egay."


Greece votes in referendum with future in euro in doubt

ATHENS - Greece votes on Sunday on whether to accept more austerity in exchange for international aid, in a high-stakes referendum likely to determine whether it leaves the euro-currency area after seven years of economic pain.

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Kambing sa La Union may 2 ari

Usap-usapan sa isang Barangay sa La Union ang dalawang kambing na umano'y mga hermaphrodite o may parehong ari na pang-babae at pang-lalaki.

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SOCO: Teen raped by brother-in-law in Pangasinan

 Sans the heinous crime, the Shirley and Eduardo Sotelo household could have been one big, happy family.

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