A local businessman on Friday gave the town government 15 days to turn over the old campus of Bayambang Central School (BCS), which he acquired in a 2013 land swap deal that parents here had been protesting after the school was relocated to a new compound.
By Erika Sauler
The recent apprehension of a private driver hired through the mobile app Uber in Quezon City signaled the latest battle to erupt between the company behind the technology and government-regulated taxicab associations around the world.
By Nash B. Maulana
Today is new year’s day in the Muslim world.
By TJ Burgonio
Businessman Antonio Tiu could face charges in court if he fails to prove that he really owns the immense farm in Batangas province that witnesses have claimed is actually owned by Vice President Jejomar Binay, according to Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano.
By Nikko Dizon and Tina Santos
A “glorious presidency” and a love life. These were among the blessings that Bro. Eddie Villanueva had enjoined his followers at the Jesus is Lord Movement to ask God to grant President Benigno Aquino III who had joined the evangelical group during its 36th founding anniversary on Friday.