Maxine Medina Among Top Picks for Miss Universe of Missosology

Binibining Pilipinas Universe 2016 Maxine Medina is among one of the top of the Pre-Arrival Hot Picks list on the beauty pageant forum for the 65th edition of Miss Universe pageant. The pageant observers are believing that it is not impossible for the Philippines to have a back-to-back win this year, after Pia Wurtzbach … Read more

No Direct Threat in Connection With Miss Universe Pageant – PNP

An official of the Philippine National Police allayed fears of the public regarding threat for the upcoming Miss Universe 2016. On Tuesday, an official of the PNP said there is no direct threat monitored in connection with the staging of the Miss Universe in country this month. “As far as direct threat, as of now, … Read more

Duterte Approves P1,000 SSS Pension Hike of 2M Members

After days of losing hope about the additional pension for SSS members, today there is hope for the retired members of the agency. An official of the Malacañang on Tuesday said President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a hike of P1,000 for the pension of some two million retired Social Security System members this year. Of … Read more

NAPOLCOM Releases Top 20 Passers List on October 2016 Exam

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) named the top 20 passers on October 16, 2016 PNP entrance and promotional examinations, Monday, January 9. The list of the NAPOLCOM includes top passers for Police Officer, Senior Police Officer, Police Inspector and Superintendent. Based on the list, Bryan Dacanay Sanchez garnered the highest place for Philippine National Police … Read more

Erap Estrada: ‘Trash-Less’ Traslacion Eyed By Manila Government

The city government of Manila is targeting ‘zero-waste’ or ‘trash-less’ Feast of Black Nazarene or Traslacion on Monday, January 9. This was announced by Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada on Sunday about the Feast where hundreds of devotees are expected to flock in the city. According to Estrada, 600 street sweepers will be deployed on the … Read more

After 50 Years, Cuba Exports Goods to United States

After half a century, Cuba will be selling charcoal as its first export to the United States. This landmark deal was announced by Cuba on Thursday saying they will sell charcoal to a US company. This is a part of the fragile rapprochement between the former Cold War foes. Based on its announcement on Cuba’s … Read more

Duterte Gets 83% Trust, Approval Ratings Amid Issues in Months

The recent survey results of Pulse Asia revealed that President Rodrigo Duterte continues to enjoy high trust and approval ratings, amid several issues. It used face-to-face interviews with a ± 3 percent margin of error at the 95 percent confidence level. This came despite the issues that faced the president and his administration towards the … Read more

Permits to Carry Firearms During Black Nazarene Feast Suspended

The permit to carry firearms of gunholders will be suspended in Manila during the Feast of the Black Nazarene. Based on the announcement of Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa in a press conference on Thursday, January 5, the suspension of permits to carry firearms in Manila will take effect from Sunday … Read more

LOOK: Defaced Sea Turtle’s Shell in Negros Gain Criticisms

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources is looking into the sea turtle which had its shell defaced in Silay City, Negros Occidental. The defaced shell of a sea turtle in Silay City gathered different criticisms after it went viral on social media, Facebook, Wednesday, January 4. The sea turtle or locally-called as ‘Pawikan’ was … Read more