Palace Confirms Resignation of Paul Soriano as Presidential Adviser

Paul Soriano

The resignation of Paul Soriano as a presidential adviser has been confirmed by the Palace PAUL SORIANO RESIGNED – The Palace has confirmed the resignation of the TV and film director as the presidential adviser for creative communications. In a statement, Presidential Communications Office Secretary Cheloy Garafil said, “Presidential Adviser Paul Soriano took a well-deserved … Read more

Toni Gonzaga’s Husband Paul Soriano No Longer Presidential Adviser

Paul Soriano

Paul Soriano is out as a presidential adviser PAUL SORIANO – The TV and film director is no longer the Presidential Adviser for Creative Communications. It was revealed on Thursday, during the Senate plenary deliberations on the proposed P5.768-trillion national budget for 2024 that Soriano has departed from the Department of Tourism. Senate Minority Aquilino … Read more

Abegail Rait Fails to Win in the Barangay Election

Abegail Rait

Abegail Rait did not secure a post in the recent elections ABEGAIL RAIT – The alleged former partner of Francis Magalona, reportedly failed to secure a position in the barangay election. Earlier, the former flight attendant turned to social media, where she congratulated those who emerged victorious in the elections in Toclong 2-B, Imus Cavite. … Read more

Ex-President Rodrigo Duterte Faces Criminal Complaint


ACT Teacher Party-list representative France Castro files complaint against ex-President Duterte RODRIGO DUTERTE CASE – ACT-Teachers party-list representative France Castro has taken legal action by lodging a formal complaint with the Quezon City Prosecutors Office against the former president. The complaint centers on an allegation of Grave Threat under Article 282 of the Revised Penal … Read more

SK Candidates and Supporters Experience Sudden Mishap When the Footbridge They Were On Collapsed While Campaigning


SK candidates and supporters fell from the bridge CAMPAIGN SERYE – A group of supporters and candidates for the SK elections in Davao City had a sudden mishap when the footbridge they were on collapsed while campaigning. The 2023 Philippine barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections are scheduled for October 30, 2023. The upcoming elections … Read more

Sen. Mark Villar’s Wife Appointed as DSWD Undersecretary

Mark Villar

Wife of Sen. Mark Villar now an undersecretary of DSWD EMMELINE AGLIPAY VILLAR – The wife of Senator Mark Villar has been appointed as an Undersecretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in the Philippines is a government agency responsible for safeguarding the social … Read more

Top 20 Highest-paid Government Officials in the Philippines in 2022

Highest-paid government officials

Here are the top 20 highest-paid government officials in the Philippines in 2022 COMMISSION ON AUDIT – Former Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Governor Felipe Medalla and Department of Finance (DOF) Secretary Benjamin Diokno were the highest-paid officials under the administration of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. based on the 2022 Report on Salaries and … Read more

Trillanes to Run for Mayor in 2025


Trillanes for Caloocan mayor? TRILLANES FOR MAYOR? – Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is reportedly considering a bid for the mayoral position in Caloocan in the 2025 elections. Antonio Fuentes Trillanes IV, a retired Philippine naval officer, served as a senator in the Philippines from 2007 to 2019. After his senatorial term, he transitioned into … Read more

Ping Lacson Issues Reminder For Senator Robin Padilla About Mandatory Respect For PH Flag and Anthem

Ping Lacson Robin Padilla

Former Senator Ping Lacson: “The Flag and Heraldic Code of the Philippines mandates reverence and respect at all times for the flag and anthem.” PING LACSON – Former Senator Panfilo Lacson has issued a reminder for Senator Robinhood “Robin” Padilla about the mandatory respect for the Philippine flag and the national anthem. It can be … Read more