Local News Archives – Philippines Daily
Most girls would love their wedding memorable and if possible, lavish.
A police officer from the St. Louis Country is now getting the thumbs up from the citizens coming around the world for his simple but touching gesture.
The Bureau of Immigration confirmed that one of the primary suspects in the death of Horacio Castillo III is now out of the country.
Marawi is now little by little being taken over by the military forces. However, in clearing things out they should be careful.
It has been a practice of many grocery stores to check the baggage of shoppers, who are going out the store if it fits the number of bags written by the cashier.
The family of a freshman law student from the University of Sto. Thomas (UST) is crying for justice after he died because of alleged hazing.
After a decade of being severely maltreated, a maid in Novaliches, Quezon City has finally got out.
Good news for the minimum wage earners… The regional wage board approved the P21 increase in the minimum wage.
A 51-year-old woman was traumatized after members of the PNP Caloocan entered her house and stole her items and cash on September 7.
A boy in Muntinlupa City was raped and stabbed to death by his own uncle.
The Megastar Sharon Cuneta spoke on the rumors that her marriage with Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan is on the rocks.
Having slower internet connection? Well, you are not alone… People from Southeast Asia are actually experiencing it.
A few days ago, a woman with a child, who was only walking along C3 was victimized by an acid attacker.
A group of men bothered to help a helpless creature.
A woman, who went missing since last month, turned out to have fallen into the trap of a maniac.
A man cried corruption in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).
A 43-year-old Japanese man was sentenced to death for the alleged killing of his two executives on Friday.
A grade 10 student died after he was hit by an oncoming train in Vito Cruz, Manila.
Constable Niran Jeyanesan and his partner were called to a shoplifting incident.
After a bird flu outbreak in San Luis, Pampanga, the prices of eggs and chicken easily went down to 50%.
In 2012, Bonita Baran filed a complaint against her former employers, who she accused of torture.
A delivery man was nabbed by the police, not because he broke traffic rules.