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Business

‘Anti-employer’ proposals slammed

April 19, 2018
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) branded as anti-employer moves by   certain sectors to totally ban contract employment and impose absolute security of tenure, saying these will “shutter” businesses.

News

Duterte: I ordered probe on Aussie nun

By JOCELYN MONTEMAYOR | April 19, 2018
PRESIDENT Duterte yesterday said he ordered the investigation on Australian nun Sister Patricia Fox for alleged “disorderly behavior,” but warned that she would be arrested along with other foreigners who would be caught maligning or defaming the government in future rallies.

Opinion

The bread of forgiveness and-peace

April 13,2018
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THE two Disciples recounted, what had taken place on the way, and how Jesus was made known to them in the breaking of bread.

Sports

Pacquiao: I’m far from done

By Bong Pedralvez | April 19,2018
WORLD Boxing Association welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse of Argentina yesterday fired the opening salvo against Filipino challenger Manny Pacquiao.

Special Features

FOR THE PUV MODERNIZATION PROGRAM: Hino shows off modern jeepney prototypes at transpo expo

April 17,2018
FOUR variants of Hino Motors Philippines’ (HMP) modern jeepney prototypes were presented at the Public Transport Modernization Expo organized by the Department of Transportation (DOTr). Under the theme “Modernong Sasakyan, Progresibong Bayan” the expo, held at the Philippine Convention Center (PICC) Forum in Pasay City, paves the direction of the evolution of the jeepney.
 

Front Page

Column of the Day

Health info capsules

By PHILIP S. CHUA | April 19,2018
‘When it comes to warding off diseases, including heart attack and stroke, and especially cancer, a healthy lifestyle is at the top of the list of preventive measures.’

Opinion of the Day

Sereno backlash?

By DODY LACUNA | April 19, 2018
‘The SC magistrates now feel bad politics gnawing at their necks...’