Rotating blackouts were implemented yesterday in Luzon, including in Metro Manila, as the Luzon grid was placed on a 13-hour red alert status following the shutdown of several power plants.Read More
The country’s economic managers have contingency plans to address any repercussion a reenacted budget could have on the economy, Malacañang emphasized yesterday after President Duterte threatened to veto the 2019 appropriations measure.
The Department of Tourism (DOT) is offering the public an array of affordable destinations to visit this summer, including sites in Metro Manila for those who are planning a “staycation.”
A global human rights network led programs from April 9 to 10 to demand accountability for the killings.
This year’s P3.757-trillion national budget may end up being vetoed in its entirety if it turns out to be problematic, President Duterte said yesterday.