April, 2018


Matteo Guidicelli to Sarah Geronimo: 'Keep walking, I'll always be beside you'

MANILA, Philippines – As news of Sarah Geronimo’s emotional spiel in Las Vegas spread on social media, her boyfriend, actor Matteo Guidicelli, also turned to social media to pen a touching message for the pop star.  “Keep walking, i’ll always be beside you. No matter what. I love you my … Source: Politics

Sarah Geronimo gets emotional, frank at Las Vegas concert

MANILA, Philippines – Sarah Geronimo got real and raw during a concert in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 29. The singer, who is celebrating 15 years in the industry, poured her heart out to her audience and was later unable to finish her trademark “Forever’s Not Enough.” Speaking to her audience, … Source: Politics

Menardo Guevarra, Wanda Teo on DOT ads, Levi Celerio’s Google Doodle | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: Guevarra orders DOJ top officials to resign . Wanda Teo claims no hand in DOT’s P60-million deal with PTV . OFW deployment ban to Kuwait not permanent – Malacañang. Whistleblowing Myanmar policeman sentenced to jail. National Artist Levi Celerio honored through Google Doodle. Executive Producer / Writer <td align="left" … Source: Politics

BBC reporter killed in eastern Afghanistan

KABUL,  Afghanistan – A BBC reporter was killed in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, April 30, the broadcaster said, hours after twin blasts in Kabul marked the deadliest day for journalists in the war-torn country since the Taliban’s fall in 2001. “It is with great sadness that the BBC can confirm the … Source: Politics

Trump suggests Korean truce village for Kim Jong Un summit

WASHINGTON, USA – US President Donald Trump suggested Monday, April 30,  that his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un be held in the truce village that straddles the border separating the two Koreas. “Numerous countries are being considered for the MEETING, but would Peace House/Freedom House, on the Border … Source: Politics

Davao City introduces illegal drugs module for schools

DAVAO CITY, Philippines – All public and private schools in Davao City will include a module on illegal drugs in their programs, according to the head of the Davao City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (Cadac).  This makes President Rodrigo Duterte’s home city the first local government to implement such initative. Michael Aportadera, Cadac head, the … Source: Politics

Nutty issue: Singapore Airlines stops serving peanuts

SINGAPORE, … Source: Politics

Ateneo bids goodbye to Lady Eagles coach Tai Bundit

MANILA, Philippines – Ateneo de Manila University formally bid farewell to Tai Bundit and thanked him not just for the two UAAP titles he delivered for the Lady Eagles, but also for his contributions to collegiate volleyball.  In a memo addressed to the Ateneo community, university president Fr Jett Villarin, SJ, … Source: Politics

Salceda says PH may import skilled workers from China and Burma

LEGAZPI CITY, Philippines – Representative Joey Salceda said Monday, April 30, that the Philippines  is considering importing skilled construction workers from China and Burma once the so-called ‘golden age of infrastructure program’ of the Duterte administration or Build Build Build gets into in full swing. Salceda, vice chairman of the committee … Source: Politics

Unemployment rises under Duterte's watch

MANILA, Philippines – According to government figures, the profile of an unemployed Filipino is a male Junior High School graduate, between 15 to 24 years old. He is from Ilocos, and is looking for job through a private employment agency for less than a month already. The government is ramping up on its … Source: Politics