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  • Saleslady arrested for shoplifting in Makati

    A 25-year-old saleslady of a personal care store in a Makati City mall was arrested after being caught trying to leave the store with unpurchased items inside her bagon Saturday. The suspect, identified by the Makati Central Police Station Police Community Precinct (PCP) 5 asRegine Comador of168 Westbank RoadFloodway, Rosario, Pasig City, was arrested by the store's security officer with a complaint for qualified theft. She was brought to the authorities at about11:20 p.m.after two unpurchased cosmetic products worth P476 were recovered in her bag during the mandatoryinspection and body frisking of salesladies before going home. Comador was turned o...Keep on reading: Saleslady arrested for shoplifting in Makati

  • Magnitude 5 quake jolts Compostela Valley

    A magnitude 5 earthquake hit Compostela Valley on Sunday morning, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said. The quake was recorded 13 kilometers (km) northeast of Compostela at 8:28 a.m. It had a depth of 207 km and was tectonic in origin. GLEE JALEA No major damage was reported and no aftershocks were expected, Phivolcs [...] The post Magnitude 5 quake jolts Compostela Valley appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • PHL mourns passing of ex-UN secretary general Kofi Annan

    The Philippine government on Sunday expressed condolences and mourned the passing of former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan.

  • #ResilientPH: Lessons on disaster preparedness

    MANILA, Philippines – In the face of major disasters, we've gotten to used to resiliency being touted as the Filipino spirit persevering and staying positive. Is resiliency enough? How do we create a truly resilient Philippines? (READ: The problem with Filipino resilience ) Rappler, in partnership with Tuklas Innovation Labs, will ...

  • 51 international, domestic flights  cancelled over ‘excessive delays’ — MIAA

    FIFTY-ONE international and domestic flights remain cancelled on Sunday morning, two days after a Chinese passenger plane skidded off the main runway of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, forcing its closure as crew extricate the plane. In a Facebook post, Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said the incident with Xiamen Air early Friday resulted in [...] The post 51 international, domestic flights  cancelled over ‘excessive delays’ — MIAA appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Ebe Dancel takes break from music scene, public performances

    MANILA, Philippines – Singer Ebe Dancel, whose soothing voice took fans through both the best and worst moments, said in an interview that he would "stop doing public performances."  In an interview with One Music PH which was posted on August 16, Ebe took acoustic singer Migz Haleco around Los ...

  • Magnitude 5.0 quake hits Compostela Valley

    A magnitude 5.0 earthquake jolted Compostela Valleyon Sundaymorning, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said. In an updated report, the Phivolcs said that the tremor hit 13 kilometers northeast of Compostela, Compostela Valley at8:28 a.m. No reported intensities were recorded as of this writing. Despite the high magnitude level, Phivolcs said that no damage and aftershocks could be expected from the earthquake. The quake had a depth of 207 kilometers and was of tectonic origin. /je...Keep on reading: Magnitude 5.0 quake hits Compostela Valley

  • PH mourns death of Kofi Annan, 'champion of humanity'

    MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines joined the international community on Sunday, August 19, in mourning the death of former United Nations secretary general and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kofi Annan.  Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said the Philippines will remember Annan as a "champion of humanity." (READ: Kofi Annan: The UN's 'rock star' secretary-general ...

  • Halep beats Sabalenka to reach third Cincinnati final

    World number one Simona Halepwas aiming to make it third time lucky in Cincinnati after beating Aryna Sabalenka 6-3, 6-4 to reach the final on Saturday. The Romanian lost a title bid in Cincinnati in 2015 against Serena Williams and came up short a year ago to Garbine Muguruza. On Sunday she'll try again against Dutch outsider Kiki Bertens, who will be playing her third final of the season after wearing down a tiring Petra Kvitova 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. "If Ifight like I've done here, I will have a big chance," Halep said. "It will be a difficult match, but we are both very confident. "It will be a challenge for me to play another final here and try to win it. "I want to enjoy it and give ...Keep on reading: Halep beats Sabalenka to reach third Cincinnati final

  • 'Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the greatest cheat of them all?'

    If you were someone living around 9,000 BC, you would have carried livestock around in your "wallet" as proof that you were "loaded." Livestock then was literally and metaphorically "big bucks" – it was the ancient equivalent of a bank account, or what you're worth economically. "Big bucks" was the ...

  • 140th birth anniversary of President Manuel Quezon remembered

    Government officials joined relatives of the late President Manuel L. Quezon on Sunday in observing his 140th birth anniversary.

  • LOOK: Iya Villania gives birth to second son Leon

    [Updated 11:17 a.m.] Iya Villania has given birth to her and Drew Arellano's second son, Leon. "Rawr 9:44 a.m," Arellano shared the good news via his Instagram Stories today, Aug. 19. Using a lion emoji, the happy father announced the arrival of the newest addition to their family. At around 10 a.m. today, Arellano posted a photo of their son via his Instagram page, writing the full name of the boy, "Alonzo Leon V. Arellano." [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/BmpMFMKAtwu/?taken-by=drewarellano[/embed] Villania revealed in her Instagram Stories yesterday, Aug. 18, that she was supposed to go into labor. The fitness enthusiast did a couple of exercises while waiting...Keep on reading: LOOK: Iya Villania gives birth to second son Leon

  • Naga condemns Duterte 'shabu hotbed' tirade

    MANILA, Philippines – The City Council of Naga voiced its "indignation" over President Rodrigo Duterte's claim that their city was once a hotbed of shabu or the illegal drug methamphetamine. "Be it resolved, as it is hereby resolved, to express in unequivocal terms the City of Naga's indignation over ...

  • Yankees celebrate 1998 World Series championship team

    NEW YORK --- Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada returned to the Bronx on Saturday for the New York Yankees' celebration of their 1998 World Series championship team. Darryl Strawberry and former manager Joe Torre also attended the ceremony before New York's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Derek Jeter did not make the trip because of his daughter Bella's first birthday, but sent a video message for the fans. Jeter, a one-time fixture at Yankee Stadium ceremonies, hasn't made a public appearance at his longtime home since becoming the chief executive officer of the Miami Marlins. The 1998 Yankees finished with a then-AL record 114 wins and added 11 more in the postseas...Keep on reading: Yankees celebrate 1998 World Series championship team

  • As Duterte starts to flag, his daughter Sara reaches out to a Marcos

    President Rodrigo Duterte thinks political dynasties are bad. But the way the prevailing political winds are blowing, it looks like a dynasty of his own might be taking shape.

  • LIST: Canceled flights due to ‘excessive delays’

    The Manila International Airport Authorities (Miaa) monitoredon Sundaya number of canceled flights "due to excessive flight delays." In an advisory, the Miaa said that a total of 51 international and local flights were affected by the cancelation: Philippine Airlines PR 104: Manila-San Francisco PR 105: San Francisco-Manila PR 654: Manila-Riyadh PR 418: Manila-Pusan PR 419: Pusan-Manila PAL Express 2P 2151: Manila-Iloilo 2P 2152: Iloilo-Manila 2P 2203: Manila-Roxas 2P 2204: Roxas-Manila 2P 2519: Manila-Cagayan 2P 2520: Cagayan-Manila 2P 2557: Manila-Dipolog 2P 2558: Dipolog-Manila 2P 2889: Manila-O...Keep on reading: LIST: Canceled flights due to ‘excessive delays’

  • Solon stresses need for another airport outside Metro Manila to decongest NAIA

    House Committee on Transportation chairman Cesar Sarmiento on Sunday stressed the need for an airport outside Metro Manila to decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and ease the traffic flow going to and from there.

  • Revocation of school permit mulled over schoolbag torching in CamSur

    IRIGA CITY---The Department of Education (DepEd) Bicol will review its policies to see if sanctions can be imposed on Bicol Central Academy's school permit to operate and its other benefits from the government. This is after Alexander James Jaucian, the school head of Bicol Central Academy in Libmanan town, ordered the torching of bags after students allegedly failed to comply with a "no-bag rule" during the school's Tasumaki Day, when students acted as teachers while teachers were at a conference. READ: Netizens rage over video of school exec torching students' bags DepEd Bicol Regional Director Gilbert Sadsad said that they are deeply saddened with the matter and that inve...Keep on reading: Revocation of school permit mulled over schoolbag torching in CamSur

  • Work training crucial for employers when hiring K to 12 graduates – group

    MANILA, Philippines – Students in senior high school should undergo training or get work experience if they wish to proceed to employment straight after they graduate, advised a business and education coalition. In a press briefing on Friday, August 17, Philippine Business for Education (PBEd) said experience – or at the ...

  • Trump says he authorized White House staff to cooperate with Mueller

    US President Donald Trump said Saturday he had authorized White House counsel Don McGahn and other staffers to "fully cooperate" with the investigation into alleged collusion between his campaign and Moscow. Trump's remarks came after The New York Times reported that McGahn had "cooperated extensively" with the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, taking part in at least three interviews with investigators totaling 30 hours. "I allowed White House Counsel Don McGahn, and all other requested members of the White House Staff, to fully cooperate with the Special Counsel," Trump tweeted. "In addition we readily gave over one million pages of documents. Most transpare...Keep on reading: Trump says he authorized White House staff to cooperate with Mueller

  • Movie reviews: Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino 2018, part 1

    Ang Babaeng Allergic sa Wifi review: Dial-up romance {source} <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/M-khITpByrM" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>{/source} Jun Lana’s Ang Babaeng Allergic sa WiFi is cute as a button. Each frame is color-coordinated, coolly-hued, lovely-to-the-eyes, and worthy of an Instagram account. It is also easy on the ears, ...

  • PH ranked 9th in cyberthreat risks

    Is the Philippines becoming more vulnerable to cyber threats? The country has emerged as the 9th most attacked country worldwide in terms of cyber threat risks in the second quarter of 2018, up from its 44th place in the same period in 2017, a cybersecurity firm said last week. Kasperky Lab said in a statement [...] The post PH ranked 9th in cyberthreat risks appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Egypt president approves law tightening Internet controls

    CAIRO, Egypt – Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has signed off on a law tightening controls over the Internet in the country, the official gazette said Saturday, August 18.  The legislation on "cybercrime" allows authorities, through a judge, to order the blocking of websites that "constitute a threat" to Egypt's national ...


Imbestigasyon vs Calida, ‘di mapipigilan

Nanindigan kahapon si Senator Antonio Trillanes IV na walang legal na basehan si Solicitor General Jose Calida upang pigilan ang gagawing imbestigasyo ...


Federer to meet Djokovic in Cincinnati final

Novak Djokovic overcame a battling Marin Cilic 6-4 3-6 6-3 to reach his sixth Cincinnati Masters final on Saturday while Roger Federer enjoyed a less-taxing rou ...

GALLERY: Clarkson leads PH delegation as Asian Games ki ...

Filipino-American basketball star Jordan Clarkson led the way for the 270-plus Filipino athletes in the opening ceremony of the 2018 Asian Games at Gelora Bung ...


Heavy rains threaten Bataan, Zambales provinces --PAGAS ...

Heavy rains with lightning and strong winds from thunderstorms threaten two provinces in Central Luzon, state weather bureau PAGASA said Sunday mornin ...

OFWs fear losing jobs, facing jail over grounded flight ...

Scores of overseas Filipino workers on Sunday feared losing their jobs or facing jail time for failing to return to their employers on time as dozens ...



Davao is bursting with colors for the 33rd Kadayawan fe ...

This Saturday, a street dance and cosplay competition kicked off the celebration.


India star Chopra to become ‘Mrs Jonas’

American singer Nick Jonas on Saturday announced Indian superstar Priyanka Chopra will be "Mrs Jonas" after the couple performed a traditional ceremony in Mumba ...

Sharon, Regine, magko-concert?

NILINAW ni Ogie Alcasid sa isang interbyu na hindi hinihikayat ni Sha­ron Cuneta na lu­mipat sa ABS-CBNang kan­yang asawang si Regine Velasquez.