Palawan new front vs aggressors

MANILA, May 31 (Mabuhay) – Pristine Ulugan and Oyster Bays in Palawan province do not only have great value not only as a haven for nature lovers, but great strategic potential for the military. The Armed Forces of the Philippines is considering allowing the United States...

Palace hails Azkals’ gritty stand vs. Palestine

MANILA, May 31 (Mabuhay) – Although they finished runner-up to Palestine in the 2014 AFC Challenge Cup, Malacañang on Saturday lauded the Philippine “Azkals” football team for their gritty stand against the eventual champs. Presidential Communications Operations Office head...

Makisig Morales ready to quit showbiz?

Former child actor Makisig Morales may soon be leaving show biz as he revealed plans of joining his family abroad. Now 17 years old, Morales, who is best known for his role as the child superhero Super Inggo, revealed that his family has already moved to Australia last May ...

Japan starts ‘review’ of wartime sex slave apology

TOKYO (AFP) – Japan said Wednesday it has begun a controversial review of its landmark 1993 apology over wartime sex slavery, a historical legacy that still stokes regional resentment, while stressing that it had no plans to revise the statement. The landmark apology, known as...

Another weatherman leaves PAGASA for Qatar

MANILA (Mabuhay) – Another employee of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has chosen to leave the Philippines for a better paying job abroad. Philippine Weathermen Employees Association (PWEA) president Ramon Agustin said...