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Risa lauds DOH for mental health AO

by Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – Sen. Risa Hontiveros commended the Department of Health for signing an Administrative Order (AO) governing its implementation of...

Koko vows to uphold Senate’s 100-year legacy

by Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – Turning 100 years old this year, the Philippine Senate vowed to work hard in bringing "essential reforms" to...

Palace hopes PH-China talks will bolster economic growth

by Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte's State Visit to China this week is seen to further the country's economic growth. His trip...

PH-China dialogs to foster ‘sea of peace, cooperation’

MANILA – A budding Philippines-China friendship could boost chances of removing one of their biggest bones of contention in the South China Sea, Beijing's...

Bam urges DepEd, DSWD to answer child nutrition

By Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – Sen. Paolo Benigno Aquino IV is seeking to pass an "ideal" and "effective" measure that would improve nutrition...

Ping lauds program honoring veterans

By Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – Sen. Panfilo "Ping" Lacson expressed his support for the proposed P390-million program to commemorate the contributions of Filipino...

De Lima laments: Justice is elusive

MANILA – Sen. Leila de Lima said justice has become "illusory" for her, following the allegations linking her to the illegal drug trade. "Justice is...

Carpooling can curb EDSA traffic – Treñas

By Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – Rep. Jerry Treñas (Iloilo City) urged the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to ban vehicles with only one passenger...

‘Antagonizing US, EU may stifle PH economy’

By Prince Golez, Manila Reporter MANILA – Sen. Franklin Drilon has encouraged the president to maintain the country's "good relations" with economic partners like the...

Senate scraps probe into EJKs, tackles death penalty instead

MANILA – The Senate committee on justice and human rights yesterday decided to discard the investigation into extrajudicial killings (EJKs) and instead discuss a...

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