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Lyceum of the Philippines suspends classes, work over bomb scare | Inquirer News

Lyceum of the Philippines suspends classes, work over bomb scare

The first two nights of November saw millions honoring those laid to rest in the ground, but future evenings of the month will have stargazers glued to the sky, waiting for a glimpse of some heavenly formations.

The first two nights of November saw millions honoring those laid to rest in the ground, but future evenings of the month will have stargazers glued to the sky, waiting for a glimpse of some heavenly formations.

Latest BPI app update uses TouchID to view your portfolio

Latest BPI app update uses TouchID to view your portfolio

BPI in talks to acquire majority stake in PNB

Rest of minimum wage takes effect Nov. 1, DOLE reminds employers | Inquirer News

The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines on Tuesday reminded employers that the remaining increase in the cost of living allowance (Cola) for minimum wage earning workers in Metro Manila should take effect on Thursday, Nov.

Gov’t cuts outstanding foreign debt by $1.5B | Inquirer Business

Gov’t cuts outstanding foreign debt by $1.5B | Inquirer Business

Re-electionist Sen. Francis Escudero and Grace Poe, erstwhile common candidates of the administration Team PNoy and the opposition United Nationalist Alliance, on Thursday heaved a sigh of relief after UNA decided to junk them from its lineup.

In campaigns—like in love—there’s no substitute for the real thing.

7 of 394 pass nurse licensure exam given in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar | Inquirer News

7 of 394 pass nurse licensure exam given in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar

NEW RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION STATISTICS FOR MARCH 2013 - Housing permits, housing starts, and housing completions all have increased since 2013

From the Hollingsworth Register, Vol. Hollingsworths in the United States at the First Census - 1790

Filipinos warned against working in Kuwait on commercial visas | Inquirer Global Nation

Filipinos warned against working in Kuwait on commercial visas | Inquirer Global Nation

‘Ateneo, La Salle profs so not duwag, they make sabi RH stand’ | Inquirer News

“Ateneo & La Salle profs are like so not duwag.” They, after all, are “so tapang” to “make sabi (their) stand on (the reproductive health bill).

Donaire asks Arum to seal Arce fight deal within 2 weeks | Inquirer Sports

For Nonito Donaire Jr., two weeks would be enough for promoter Bob Arum to seal his showdown with Mexican star Jorge Arce on Dec.

Despite the surprising economic growth in this year’s third quarter, joblessness in the Philippines slightly worsened in October compared to the same month last year.

Despite the surprising economic growth in this year’s third quarter, joblessness in the Philippines slightly worsened in October compared to the same month last year.

Strife-torn Mindanao provinces will receive this year a peace dividend in the form of a P745.5-million additional budget for the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).

Budget Secretary Florencio Abad has disowned his alleged signature on the fake special allotment release orders (Saros) for million worth of farm-to-market road (FMR) projects that the National Bureau of Investigation is looking into.

The North-South Luzon connector tollroad project spearheaded by the San Miguel-Citra alliance has hit another stumbling block even after the recent settlement of intragovernment debates on who has authority over tollroad concession contracts.

DOF sees inflation rate inching up further in June - Manila Bulletin

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