Stories By Christine Ong
126 Mar 2014 Wed
The Philippine government and Muslim rebels will sign a landmark peace deal on Thursday that is set to end a decades-old insurgency in the south, but analysts warn of threats from splinter rebel groups and local politicians.
206 Mar 2014 Thu
Traffic jams are common in Manila but the situation has worsened as various road projects are being constructed simultaneously.
305 Mar 2014 Wed
Nearly four months after Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the central Philippines, the government admits it is still struggling to cope with its rehabilitation work.
427 Feb 2014 Thu
United Nations Humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has revisited typhoon-ravaged areas in the central Philippines, saying she is pleased with the progress of recovery efforts.
526 Feb 2014 Wed
Philippine President Benigno Aquino is looking to advance the peace process between his government and the rebel Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) when he heads to Malaysia on Thursday.
625 Feb 2014 Tue
Filipino Olympic figure skater Michael Martinez has said he wants a taste of the podium at the next Winter Olympics in 2018.
724 Feb 2014 Mon
Filipino Olympic skater Michael Martinez arrived home to a grand welcome after making history at the Sochi Winter Olympics.
818 Feb 2014 Tue
President Benigno Aquino is encouraging investors to consider expanding their businesses in the Philippines, saying the country is now in a better position to meet their needs.