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September 01, 2015, Tuesday
  • Ombudsman Morales says she’ll decide in 1 month if a case may be filed vs. Abad & other gov’t ofcls. over DAP. 3 hours ago |
  • Ombudsman Morales reveals she has started a probe on the role of Pres. Aquino, DBM Sec. Abad & other gov’t officials on DAP. 3 hours ago |
  • MMDA collects at least 10-truckloads of trash from EDSA-Shaw Boulevard following INC’s rally in the area. 3 hours ago |
  • One Dream Pres. Arnel Gacer fails to show up at DOJ preliminary investigation on syndicated estafa case filed against him. 3 hours ago |
  • Coloma says the Ombudsman may launch a probe into any issue like DAP but the President is immune from any suit. 3 hours ago |
  • Atty. Renato Bondal says P 127M in professional fees alone was paid by PHEI to STI from 2006 to 2015. 3 hours ago |
  • Lawyer Renato Bondal says the Phil. Health Educators (PHEI) was established in 2003 to take money from Makati’s school system. 3 hours ago |
  • Lawyer Renato Bondal sues VP Binay & Makati Mayor Binay for alleged anomalous deal between University of Makati (UMak) & STI. 3 hours ago |
  • Atty. Renato Bondal files plunder & graft charges vs. VP Jejomar Binay & suspended Makati Mayor “Junjun” Binay. 3 hours ago |
  • Pro-environment group holds protest at Japanese Embassy in Pasay City to condemn massive dolphin-hunting in Japan. 6 hours ago |
  • Local gov’t offers P 50K reward for the arrest of the killers of a 10-year-old girl in Tanay, Rizal. 6 hours ago |
  • Thousands of fishermen expected to troop to Luneta on Wednesday to protest the amended Fisheries Code. 6 hours ago |
  • Ombudsman to file a motion for reconsideration at SC after it granted Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile’s petition to post bail. 6 hours ago |
  • Weather forecasters say about two to four storms will hit PH in September. 7 hours ago |
  • Maynilad & Manila Water warn of water supply interruptions in some areas in NCR with the onset of El Nino. 7 hours ago |
  • Some fishermen complain the Amended Fisheries Code contains too many restrictions. 7 hours ago |
  • Comelec reminds OFWs that the deadline for their registration is on October 12. 7 hours ago |
  • Comelec lengthens voter registration days from Monday to Saturday and on holidays. 7 hours ago |
  • 12-year-old girl dies in fire that hit their home in Sitio Masikap, Quezon. 7 hours ago |
  • Search on for mountaineer swept away by strong waves while crossing a creek in San Jose, Tarlac. 7 hours ago |
  • Landslide hits Villaviciosa town in Abra forcing at least 166 families to flee their homes. 7 hours ago |
  • Expelled INC Min. Isaias Samson Jr. asks gov’t what deal it struck with INC that supposedly ended its 5-day rally. 7 hours ago |
  • Justice Sec. Leila de Lima back at work at DOJ and says she has no plans of resigning. 7 hours ago |
  • CBCP calls on Catholics not to support same-sex marriage. 23 hours ago |
  • 5 mountaineers drown in Nagsasa Creek in San Jose, Tarlac on Monday afternoon. 23 hours ago |
  • Phivolcs records 5 tremors in areas in Southern Mindanao. 23 hours ago |
  • Petron to implement a P 2.25/kilo rollback on the price of LPG on Tuesday. 23 hours ago |
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  • Deal or No Deal?

    Deal or No Deal?

    INC ends rally after ‘agreement’; Palace denies report

    THE Iglesia ni Cristo ended five days of protest in which thousands of its members clogged portions of Edsa and surrounded the Justice Department, following a meeting between the INC and the government, a high-ranking church official said Monday. “We’d like to inform all our brethren that both the...
  • Protesters stay  put along Edsa

    Protesters stay put along Edsa

    IGLESIA ni Cristo members who gathered in the thousands at EDSA and Shaw Boulevard to protest a Justice Department investigation of church officials showed no sign of leaving Sunday night despite a midnight deadline on their permit to rally. Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos said he was certain the INC...
  • Iglesia presses call for religious freedom

    Iglesia presses call for religious...

    IGLESIA ni Cristo protesters who gathered at the Edsa Shrine in Quezon City moved overnight to the intersection of Shaw Boulevard and Epifanio delos Santos Avenue after Mandaluyong City issued the church a permit to stage a rally for religious freedom until Sunday. While the number of protesters had thinned...
  • Marching to Edsa

    Marching to Edsa

    Iglesia protesters flock to shrine to demand De Lima’s resignation

    MEMBERS of the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) flocked to the Edsa Shrine in Quezon City  Friday  to press their call for Justice Secretary Leila de Lima to resign over her decision to investigate charges filed by an ousted minister against church leaders. The number of INC protesters around the Justice...
  • INC demands  Leila’s head

    INC demands Leila’s head

    MORE than 1,000 members of the Iglesia Ni Cristo gathered in front of the Justice Department  Thursday  to demand the resignation of Secretary Leila de Lima over her “inordinate interest” in a case filed by an ousted minister, Isaias Samson Jr., against church leaders. Police said the...

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