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House majority to hold caucus on death penalty bill
MANILA — The House of Representatives majority is set to hold a caucus on Monday (Feb. 20) on the death penalty bill to discuss whether to continue with the period of interpellation, after Majority floor leader Rodolfo Fariñas last week slammed the ...
'Death penalty draws line between rich, poor'
House leaders to decide on Monday on dealth penalty bill
Cebu City to adopt Surigao town to help quake survivors
The Cebu City government is set to adopt the town of San Francisco, Surigao del Norte that suffered extensive damage from a deadly earthquake last February 10. The measure is hinged on the recommendation of Nagiel Bañacia, head of his city's Cebu City ...
All 54 villages in quake-hit Surigao City have received aid: DSWD
G7 foreign ministers hit China reclamation
VOICING CONCERN. (L-R) German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Canadian Foreign Minister Rob Nicholson, Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, US Secretary of State John Kerry, and European Union High Representative for Foreign ...
US deploys aircraft carrier in South China Sea as relationship with Beijing remains tense and both sides talk of war
The Russians are coming—as investors
US deploys carrier to contentious South China Sea
6th dead oarfish found in Cagayan de Oro | SunStar
Another dead oarfish washed ashore in Barangay Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City. (Photo Courtesy by: Jude Cyril Roque Viernes ). (Updated) - A 20-FOOT long oarfish was found in Barangay Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City, around 4 p.m., Saturday, February 18, ...
Human Rights Watch: Charges vs De Lima 'politically motivated'
POLITICALLY MOTIVATED. Drug charges against Senator Leila de Lima should be dropped, according to Human Rights Watch. File photo by Joseph Vidal/Senate PRIB. MANILA, Philippines – An international human rights organization urged the Philippine ...
De Lima pals, foes on alert for arrest warrant; DOJ to seek HDO vs senator
Panelo: Drug raps vs De Lima based on documents and testimonies
Human Rights Watch: Drop politically motivated charges vs De Lima
Malaysian police seeking 4 more North Koreans in Kim killing
A man watches a television showing news reports of Kim Jong-Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, in Seoul on February 14, 2017. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP. KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (UPDATED) – Malaysian police investigating the ...
Malaysia looks for 4 North Korean suspects who left country
Kim Jong Nam murder: Four North Koreans fled Malaysia on same day, say police
Kim assassination: Fourth suspect a chemistry expert
Military open to peace talks with rebels
Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief Gen. Eduardo Año said they are not excluding themselves from peace talks with communist rebels, adding that soldiers would benefit from a peace deal. (CNN Philippines) — The military remains open to peace ...
The Genesis of a Revolution
A veteran journalist gives us a first-person account of the days leading to the EDSA People Power uprising. This chronological list of events that unfolded one after the other took almost everyone, including the day's main players, by surprise. Why ...
Making democracy work
EDSA Revolution not just a miraculous 4-day phenomenon — FVR
PH gov't to have 'simple, quiet' People Power anniversary
Duterte: Losses from mine closures worth pondering
President Duterte addressed alumni members of the Philippine Military Academy during his first official visit at the premiere military school during its 2017 alumni homecoming on Saturday (Feb. 18). Photo by EV ESPIRITU. FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio ...
Duterte attributes war on drugs success to AFP's support | SunStar
Duterte to PMA: Build nation worthy of the Filipinos
Duterte to military: I need you in leading the country
Dela Rosa on De Lima arrest: She'll be safe in Camp Crame
PMA HOMECOMING. PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa at the PMA Alumni Homecoming ceremonies on February 18, 2017. MANILA, Philippines – National police chief Ronald dela Rosa on Saturday, February 18, assured former justice secretary and now ...
'Bato' offers possible cell for De Lima
The Philippine Consulate General in Sydney encourages registered Filipino Overseas Voters in New South Wales who have received their ballots packets from COMELEC-Manila for the 2016 Philippine National Elections to send their accomplished ballots to the Consulate as soon as possible.
The accomplished ballots may be submitted to the Consulate daily, including on weekends and holidays, from 9:00AM to 5:00PM on 9 April-8 May 2016, and from 9:00AM to 7:00PM on 9 May 2016.
For Filipino Overseas Voters who have not yet received their ballots, please check whether your name is in the following lists on the Consulate website, <http://sydneypcg.dfa.gov.ph/
• Returned-To-Sender (RTS) ballots; and
• List of voters with incomplete or no mailing address.
If your name is on either of the above lists, please contact the Consulate and look for Mr. Jessie Llaneta at Tel. No. 926207377, or send your complete details, e.g., mobile number and mailing address, to email@example.com, or contact the Duty Officer at mobile number 0415-426400.
Philippine Consulate General, Sydney
20 April 2016
Pia Alonzo wins Miss Universe 2015
Pia Alonzo was crowned Miss Universe 2015 on Sunday
She becomes only the third Filipina to win the crown after Gloria Diaz and Margarita Moran
She was crowned amid much confusion after host Steve Harvey initially announced Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez as the winner.
Harvey apologized and said he read the wrong results.