Kathryn Bernardo, one of the hottest Filipina celebrity today, became the new face of Canon Philippines. The hashtag #KathrynForCanonPH, was trending Wednesday morning as her fans posted some behind the scene moments of the actress during the ad’s filming on Twitter. Hello, everyone! Here’s our OFFICIAL HASHTAG for Kathryn’s newRead More →



Special Assistant to the President, Christopher “Bong” Go was dubbed as the “national photo-bomber” during the 2016 elections because he was constantly captured behind or beside Duterte that irritated photojournalists, thus giving him the moniker. Now that Go has full access in the cabinet, being President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s personalRead More →

Where is sanctuary when the earth shakes? TOMORROW marks the fifth anniversary of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake in 2013 that hit Bohol and Cebu, killing 227 people in Central Visayas. Cebu better prepared today for another big temblor? Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) Chief Baltazar Tribunalo saidRead More →

AFP’s Red October ‘fairy tale’ a flop CPP says Duterte HK trip ‘vomit-inducing,’ The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) has slammed President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent “shopping spree” in Hong Kong, saying it showed “cruel indifference” to Filipinos’ affected by the rising prices of commodities. In a statement posted onRead More →

SSS contribution climb awaits Duterte nod A proposal raising the contribution rate of the Social Security System waiting to sign into law by President Rodrigo Duterte, the agency’s president Emmanuel Dooc said Sunday. Last week, senators and congressmen approved the proposal to raise the membership contribution by one percent everyRead More →

Trillanes vs Gov’t denies pressure on court to rule The Department of Justice (DOJ) denounced on Sunday the allegation of Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano that Judge Andres Soriano of the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 148 pressure by the government to rule against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV. “The DOJRead More →

Rice begins to balance out The Philippines may no longer need an “unimpeded rice importation” this year as the supply of rice has started to stabilize ahead of the peak of the harvest season. A vendor arranges rice varieties on retail at his store at Paco Market in Manila, asRead More →

DOT chief : Tourist arrivals up by 8.4 pct in August Tourist arrivals in the country increased by 8.4 percent in August despite the closure of Boracay, the Department of Tourism said Saturday. Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said the agency is targeting 7.4 million tourist arrivals this year from 6.6Read More →

Facebook says hackers got to information of 29M users Facebook says the hackers accessed the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of 15 million users. For another 14 million people, the attack was potentially more damaging. Facebook said Friday, October 12, that hackers accessed personal data of 29 million usersRead More →