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Grab and Uber fans give this a five-star rating.
This is good news for many Metro Manila commuters who rely on Uber and Grab vehicles."On Wednesday, July 19, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) allowed ride-sharing services Grab and Uber to appeal their alleged colorum violations, effectively
Only those under 18 years old will be issued passports valid for five years.
On May 16, the Senate approved on third and final reading Senate Bill No. 1365 or the Philippine Passport Act, which will extend the validity of the Philippine passport to 10 years."Under the bill, regular passports will be valid for 10
The last time the number of maternity leave was increased was 25 years ago or in 1992.
It'll take just one final push for the country to have its maternity leave law updated. On Monday, March 6, the Senate passed Senate Bill 1305 or the proposed Expanded Maternity Leave Law. SB 1305 seeks to increase the maternity leave
In the debate over the Anti-Discrimination Act, Senator Risa Hontiveros also tried to get through to Pacquiao using Bible verses.
'Some have shown me a video but it does not involve any member of the Senate.'
In a GMA News Online report published on September 26, 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte was asked to comment on Senator Leila de Lima's sarcastic remark about him wanting her.It may be recalled that De Lima had made the remark in
No more excessive charges and abusive collection agents. Yas.
The Senate approved a bill that sought to uphold the rights of credit card holders from various types of harassment including excessive charges and abusive collection agents to name a few.House Bill No. 5417 or the Philippine Credit Card Industry Regulation
The Expanded Maternity Leave Law of 2015 has been passed by the Senate.
The Upper Chamber has passed Senate Bill No. 2982 otherwise known as the Expanded Maternity Leave Law of 2015 that seeks to increase the maternity leave for both public and private employees to 100 days.The bill was approved by lawmakers during