By Melvin Gascon
The Supreme Court decision declaring the constitutionality of an executive order banning used-car importation into the country will put a stop to the “virtual smuggling” of vehicles at a free port in Cagayan province, a Malacañang official said over the weekend.
By the Inquirer staff
Palace officials, diplomats and those handling and managing disasters were relieved that North Korea’s long-range rocket had exploded and broken into pieces in the air. In a town up north, “jueteng” bettors laughed their way to the bank.
By Kate Evangelista
A 5.4 magnitude quake hit Northern Luzon shortly before noon Thursday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Siesmology (Phivolcs) said.
By DJ Yap
, Marlon Ramos
Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo is looking for a few good men. Riding on a Court of Appeals order, Robredo on Monday said he had directed the Philippine Natonal Police to close down jai alai betting centers inside and outside the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority. Apparently to show the government means business, police arrested 36 people [...]