As Jeannette I. Andrade and Marlon Ramos of Philippine Daily Inquirer reports, more rains and flash floods loom as Typhoon Helen enters the Philippine area of responsibility. Forecaster Connie Davidas said, “Helen is not expected to make landfall.” But just the same, PAGASA warned residents to be on alert as Helen may bring scattered showers Continue Reading
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Record-breaking 1671 RP Cities, Towns, Provinces and Municipalities Join Global Switch-off MAKATI, CEBU, DAVAO, Philippines – “My challenge is not about this next hour, but about what we will be doing in the days, months and years to come,” said Philippine President Benigno Aquino III during the opening rites of last Saturday’s global Earth Hour Continue Reading
Rescuers in the Philippines are searching for survivors by digging debris with their bare hands after a 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck in the central Philippines which killed dozens of people. According to the Philippines military, the current death toll has risen to 48 and 92 people are missing. The earthquake collapsed bridges and damaged roads near Continue Reading
Funny but as soon as Chief Justice Renato Corona took a tough fighting stance the next day 188 attorneys signed his impeachment, I wonder if he regrets it now. But then again for someone so dense and hiding under the pretense of rule of law and due process coupled with a deluded mindset thinking and Continue Reading
Corona has enlisted the help of 12 of the country’s legal luminaries to defend himself, including a retired Supreme Court justice (Justice Serafin Cuevas), who will be pitted against an 11-member prosecution team. A total of 58 private lawyers have signed up to provide legal research and pointers to the 11-member House prosecution team in Continue Reading
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