FEEDBACK: Letter from SSS

This is in reference to the online article posted in on November 01, 2013 wherein SSS was mentioned as one of the government agencies that received a subsidy from the government amounting to P481 million.

Philippines bringing home more OFWs from Syria

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines is dispatching a team to Syria to bring home as many as 9,000 Filipinos still in that country amidst the worsening security situation there, the foreign department said Thursday.

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PSBank Prime Rebate definitely flies for this pilot

Philippine Airlines pilot Policarpio “Pol” Hernandez could not hide his excitement whenever he pays his loan with PSBank.

Letter to the Editor from Mr. Roberto V. Ongpin is publishing in full the response of Mr. Roberto V. Ongpin to our 2-part special report written by Lala Rimando.

Pray for your lives and be safe

MANILA, Philippines - The recent death and burning of used car dealers Emerson Lozano and Venzon Evangelista highlight anew President Noynoy Aquino’s most pressing challenge: the restoration of the rule of law.

Plagiarism and Kidnapping

MANILA, Philippines - The Supreme Court last week promulgated a decision that Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno described in her dissent as one that would create “unimaginable problems for the academia” on how they would hence discipline students and researchers for plagiarism. Justice Sereno was particularly concerned with the majority’s decisions that plagiarism requires intent, which according to her, “stand against overwhelming convention on what plagiarism is.”

For ABS CBN News Team - Re: Hostage drama

I would like to bring to your attention the way media, ABS-CBN included, in handling the  coverage of the hostage taking. I realize how important it is to get the news like keeping the public up to date. But then, there is also what you call responsibility in delivering the news.

Police responsible for torture must be prosecuted

The Philippine government should ensure that police officers responsible for torture shown in a video broadcast yesterday in the national media, are brought to justice, Amnesty International said today (August 18).

Filipino women need safe and legal abortion in RP

Filipinos should address the issue of access to safe and legal abortion in the country.  The impact of lack of access to safe and legal abortion is a grave public health issue as shown in the report of New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights.