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JULY 21, 2014
PHILSTAR OPINIONS 

MANILA BULLETIN OPINIONS

JULY 14, 2014
NEITHER EDSA1 NOR TAHRIR SQUARE

THE SELF-PERPETUATING ELITE OF THE PHILIPPINES

FR. JUN MERCADO, OMI: MNLF UNITY -- A REALITY OR A MIRAGE?

JULY 6, 2014
AMADO P. MACASAET: THE COURT AFTER AQUINO

EDITORIAL: A CONTINUING BATTLE ON 2 FRONTS

FRANCISCO S. TATAD: WHY AQUINO WILL NOT BUDGE

JUNE 30, 2014
CONTROVERSY-HAPPY /  AQUINO BIG BULLY?

BAGUIO WILL DIE SOON / POVERTY REHAB, DEVPT IN EASTERN VISAYAS /

JUNE 23, 2014
EDITOR'S PICK: CHILL

STANDARD EDITORIAL: DAY OF RECKONING

JUNE 16, 2014
STANDARD: BONG'S WORLD / FVR: PHL INDEPENDENCE, CITIZENSHIP & LEADERSHIP

BABE  ROMUALDEZ: JUSTICE CARPIO LEGAL MIND BEHIND PHL ARBITRATION ON SEA ROW

JUNE 9, 2014
PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: NOW FOR A SPEEDY TRIAL

TIMES COLUMN: ABAD, A BAD BOY

JUNE 2, 2014
ARROYO'S AND CORONA'S ORDEAL: IT WAS ALWAYS ABOUT HACIENDA LUISITA

E. MACEDA: MALACAÑANG 'TROIKA'

MAY  26, 2014
COLUMN: CHINA'S 21st CHALLENGE

EDITORIAL: GROWTH FOR EQUITABLE PROGRESS

A DOUBLE STANDARD / WHY LAGUNA GOV  EJERCITO WAS DISQUALIFIED

MAY 19, 2014
WHO IS NEXT TO FALL?

COLUMN OF THE DAY: THE CODE OF THE SITH SEARS AGAIN

MAY 12, 2014
PHNO COLUMN OF THE DAY: CORRUPTION NOT INVINCIBLE AFTER ALL

BULLETIN EDITORIAL: LOVE, RESPECT FOR FILIPINO MOTHERS


MAY 5, 2014
AMADO MACASAET: LEGISLATIVE PROBES AND SUB JUDICE

THE EDCA: WHAT'S IN IT FOR US?

APRIL 28, 2014
ONE-DIMENSIONAL DIPLOMACY: COST- BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF SECURITY DEAL W/ US

EDITORIAL: FOOLING US ALL OVER AGAIN

APRIL 21, 2014
MAR ROXAS UNRAVELS

F.D. PASCUAL: BANGSAMORO-- NOY'S MAKE-OR-BREAK FIGHT

APRIL 14, 2014
LENTEN WEEK: READ POPE FRANCIS' EXHORTATIONS

'NOT UNCONSTITUTIONAL'; LENTEN REFLECTION

JOJO ROBLES: 'ROSE' LACIERDA

APRIL 7, 2014
M. RONQUILLO: POPE FRANCIS AND PRESIDENT AQUINO...DIVERGENT; CONTRAST VERY CLEAR

SOLITA C. MONSOD: STICKING MY NECK OUT (MRT BOSS' ISSUE)

R. TIGLAO: DID AQUINO SIGN PEACE MILF PACT TO EXALT A MYTH?

MARCH 31, 2014
ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN: ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR PEACE

M. RONQUILLO: 'SIPAG AT TIYAGA' IS CRAP. SUCCESS IS ABOUT SURNAMES

MARCH 24, 2014
TIGLAO: THE 'PORSCHE' IS REASON WHY FOI WON'T BE PASSED

MARCH 17, 2014
ANGRY YOLANDA VICTIMS WALKED OUT ON DINKY / THE SPOILED, ROTTING RELIEF GOODS AT DSWD

THE PRICE OF PNoy's INCOMPETENCE / BUILDING LIVABLE CITIES IN E. VISAYAS

MARCH 10, 2014
PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENT IN A STATE OF PERPETUAL WAR WITH CHINA

MR. BINAY IS A RUNNING MAN: PROS AND CON

WHO IS BEHIND THESE RUN OF 'STATE WITNESSES'?

MARCH 3, 2014
MORE ON DAP: JV EJERCITO SLAMMED SENATE FOR INACTION ON DAP

1st PART ON DAP: PALACE IS LYING ABOUT DAP - BAYAN

FEBRUARY 24, 2014
EDITORIAL: CHILLING EFFECT UNLEASHED (CYBERCRIME)

BEN D. KRITZ: THE 3-LEVEL ECONOMY

MARICHU VILLANUEVA: PNoy WON'T TINKER WITH CORY LEGACY

MARY ANN Ll. REYES: EASY TAXI REBUILDING IMAGE

FEBRUARY 17, 2014
R.TIGLAO: 101 DAYS AFTER, LITTLE DONE, NO REAL PLAN FOR TACLOBAN

EDITORIAL: DELUSIONAL GOVERNMENT

WHAT WENT WRONG?  NO INDUSTRIALIZATION!

RISING JOBLESSNESS REMAINS PROOF OF AQUINO ECO GROWTH  BUBBLE WAITING TO BE INFLATED

FEBRUARY 10, 2014
THE UNRAVELING OF PRESIDENT BENIGNO AQUINO III

PRESIDENT BENIGNO AQUINO III: FLUNKING HISTORY

THERE'S THE RUB: ACCUSTOMED

DUCKY PAREDES: OUR PROBLEM IS SIMPLY SMUGGLING

FEBRUARY 3, 2014
EMIL JURADO: DOUBTS ON PEACE IN MINDANAO

ALEX MAGNO: PEACE? (IN MINDANAO)

PNoy's MACHIAVELLIAN MANTRA: THE END JUSTIFIES THE MEANS

JANUARY 27, 2014
STANDARD EDITORIAL:  LIES, DAMNED LIES AND STATISTICS

FR. JOAQUIN BERNAS, SJ: ECHOES FROM CORONA IMPEACHMENT

YEN MAKABENTA: THE PRESIDENT TAMPERING WITH A JURY IS NOT MERE PUBLIC RELATIONS

GIOVANNI TAPANG: THE WEB OF POWER

DODO DULAY: WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION LINGERS UNDER PNoy's WATCH
 

JANUARY 20, 2014
RENE BAS: VIVA SEÑOR SANTO NIÑO

JOJO ROBLES: NOYNOY'S POWERS

JOE RIVERA: FLAWED DEMOCRACY

MANILA TIMES: DON'T TAKE  CHINA'S BAIT / TRAITORS THRIVE AS CHINA READIES FOR INVASION

JANUARY 14, 2014
MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL: PRIVATE PAIN

REBUILD: PHILIPPINES

JANUARY 6, 2014
(PHNO'S CHOICE) COLUMN OF THE DAY: PINOY SOCIAL AND ONLINE MEDIA 2013

 FEATURE: PHL GOVT LAUNCHES MASSIVE REHAB PROGRAM FOR 'YOLANDA'-DEVASTED AREAS

YEN MAKABENTA: HIGH HOPES FOR THE NEW YEAR

EDWIN TULFO: 2013 A BAD YEAR FOR PRESIDENT NOY AQUINO

DECEMBER 30, 2013
MANILA BULLETIN: BIR IS TAGGED AS 'NATIONAL BULLY'

MANILA STANDARD: 65-YEAR-OLD LAW REMAINS IN EFFECT ON RIZAL DAY

MANILA TIMES: PETILLA SHOULD EMBRACE A BOLDER VISION, BIGGER GOALS

PHILSTAR: RESIGNATION IS NOT THE ANSWER

DECEMBER 23, 2013
BETHLEHEM EYES TOURIST BOOM AFTER THE DARK DECADE

FD PASCUAL: WITH MAR OUT, PING LACSON THE MAN TO WATCH

RODEL RODIS: THE QUESTIONS ABOUT CZAR LACSON's ASSETS

DECEMBER 16, 2013
MANILA STANDAR EDITORIAL: A FEW KIND WORDS FOR MR. AQUINO

ARROGANCE OF POWER ("PERO BAHALA NA KAYO SA BUHAY NYO."

YEN MAKABENTA: A CRISIS OF COMPETENCE- LEAD, FOLLOW, OR GET OUT OF THE WAY

ALEX MAGNO:  PARTISAN

DECEMBER 9, 2013
LEYTE: A TIME TO HEAL / WHAT DRIVES P-NOY?

CITO BELTRAN: BACK TO NORMAL INCOMPETENCE

LACSON VS 'YOLANDA - REFORMER VS SMUGGLER

COMMENTARY: AMPATUAN'S TRAVESTY

DECEMBER 2, 2013
RESILIENT FILIPINOS THANK THE WORLD!

SIGNS OF LIFE AMID MISERY REVEAL FILIPINOS' SPIRIT

IF GOD IS LOVING, WHY IS THERE SO MUCH PAIN IN LIFE?

NOVEMBER 25, 2013
BABE ROMUALDEZ: AFTER YOLANDA, WHAT DO WE DO NEXT?

NOVEMBER 18, 2013
FROM KOMETARIAT.COM: KOMENTARY  ON CNN INTERVIEW WITH MAR ROXAS IN TACLOBAN

R. TIGLAO: DID MAR ROXAS ASKED FOR TACLOBAN TO BE SURRENDERED TO HIM?

BABE ROMUALDEZ: THANK GOD FOR THE UNITED STATES!

JAIME CONSTANTINO: MY TYPHOON YOLANDA SURVIVAL STORY

NOVEMBER 11, 2013
BEN DIOKNO: BRIBE, INCENTIVE OR REWARD / WHERE HAVE THE CALAMITY FUNDS GONE?

SARA SOLIVEN: BARANGAY 101

FS TATAD: A DANGER TO THE STATE / OF FAILING EMPIRES, NATIONS & P-NOY

DAP IS A RECYCLED ILLEGAL MARCOS LAW / OPERATION 'LIHIS' AND DAP

NOVEMBER 4, 2013
RIGOBERTO TIGLAO: AQUINO'S DAP LIES

GERARDO P. SICAT:  ANATOMY OF CORRUPTION

RAMON TULFO: AQUINO'S TV TALK ON DAP A BRILLIANT MOVE

ALEX MAGNO: CHANGE! WE CAN NOT GO ON ENDURING THIS PORK BARREL STATE

OCTOBER 28, 2013
PING: TIME TO BURY PDAF, DAP AS WE TEETER ON EDGE OF 'FISCAL DICTATORSHIP'

MANILA BULLETIN:  TARGET, PNoy

MANILA STANDARD: THE POLITICS AND ETHICS OF GIVING

MANILA TIMES: PNoy's FALL FROM GRACE

OCTOBER 21, 2013
SULU SULTAN KIRAM DIES, 75: SABAH CLAIM SURVIVES, SAYS PALACE

BOHOL GOVERNOR: BOHOL WILL RISE AGAIN!

STUDY: 37,000 MAY DIE IF 7.2 MAGNITUDE QUAKE HIT METRO MANILA

OCTOBER 14, 2013
EDITORIAL: PLUG THE LOOPHOLES

OPINION: A VERY CORRUPT JUDICIARY / CORRUPTION EXIST IN THE PHL JUDICIARY

OPINION: A TRUE STRAIGHT PATH / PEOPLE'S INITIATIVE VS PORK

OCTOBER 7, 2013
EDITORIAL:  CROSSROADS

IT'S MORE FUNDS IN THE PHLS

OPINION: NOY CAN LEAVE ZAMBO FIGHTING TO HIS GENERALS

OPINION: PNoy DID THE RIGHT THING IN ZAMBO

SEPTEMBER  30, 2013
OPINION: A FLAWED AND BROKEN SYSTEM

WAITING FOR GOVT TO PROVE HIM WRONG

WHAT THE PORK BARREL SCAM REVEALS ABOUT US

OPINION: THE CORRUPT PROBING THEIR FELLOW CORRUPT?

SEPTEMBER  23, 2013
GLOBAL NETWORKING: THE 'PORKING' EMPIRE STRIKES BACK

THE LUNETA REVOLUTION: PINOY MIDDLE CLASS ANTI-CORRUPT MOVEMENT

THE ANGRY MIDDLE CLASS: A MAJORITY UN-SILENCED

SEPTEMBER 16, 2013
INQUIRER: CORRUPTION THRIVES IN POVERTY

MALAYA COLUMN: THE MOST EMBARRASSING OF ALL PRESIDENT!

NEWS  ANALYSIS: ATTACK IN ZAMBOANGA COULD DERAIL MINDANAO PEACE PROCESS

SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
OPINION: PNoy, JANET AND HARRY

OPINION: TARGETING THE PRESIDENTIAL PORK BARREL

OPINION: ANTI-DEVOLUTION

SEPTEMBER 2, 2013
VIDEO: PING & THE 'PORK' / MACEDA: BUCK STOPS AT PNoy

'PORK BARREL': NOY's BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS

MANY POLITICIANS ARE CORRUPT BECAUSE FILIPINOS ALLOW IT

AUGUST 19, 2013
AFTER 20 YEARS, NAIA 3 STILL UNFINISHED

CORRUPT: OPENING A CLOSET OF SKELETONS

PORK BARREL SCAM: THE SCOUNDREL OF DISCREPANT GOVERNANCE

AUGUST 12, 2013
EDITORIAL: LONG WAIT TO BUILD, OPERATE SINGLE AIRPORT TERMINAL

THE OIL SPILL AND THE BLAME GAME

POLITICAL LOYALTY CAUSES TRAFFIC PROBLEMS

AUGUST 5, 2013
FRANCISCO TATAD: WHAT DOES AQUINO KNOW ABOUT CORRUPTION AT DOTC?

MARICHU VILLANUEVA: P-Noy's COUNTDOWN

THE AUSTRALIAN ANGLE: DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE - MAKING A DIFFERENCE

JULY 29, 2013
VILLAR FOUNDATION: NEW CHURCH INAUGURATED / BUILDING 8 CHURCHES NATIONWIDE

SONA: AQUINO HOSTAGE TO TRICKLE-DOWN EFFECT

INQUIRER EDITORIAL: LEAKAGE

THERE'S THE RUB: 'SAYANG'

JULY 24, 2013
ELLEN TORDESILLAS: SONA AND THE NOISE OF DEMOCRACY

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: THE NEXT THREE YEARS

INQUIRER EDITORIAL:  BUSINESS, CHURCH TO AQUINO - PERFORM MORE

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL: 3 YEARS OF EMPTY PROMISES

JULY 22, 2013
WHAT FILIPINO CATHOLICS WANT TO HEAR IN PNoy'S 4th SONA

QUESTIONS ON THE 'PORK BARREL SCAM' SCOOP

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: MORE BUREAUCRATIC FAT / LACSON'S "OWN ANTI-CORRUPTION BODY"

NEAL H. CRUZ: PRESIDENTS ARE GUILTY OF BRIBERY IN PORK BARREL SYSTEM

JULY 15, 2013
STANDARD EDITORIAL:  REALITY CHECK

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: NOY'S OPAQUE SLIP SHOWS

COMMENTARY:  THE CATHOLIC CHURCH --ALLY OF THE POOR

JULY 8, 2013
WITH DUE RESPECT: ESTRADA- WHY WAS I CONVICTED?

ANOTHER LOOK AT THE SK (SANGUNIANG KABATAAN OR YOUTH COUNCIL)

FEDERICO D. PASCUAL:  US NOT READY TO CALL CHINA AN AGGRESSOR

JOSE C. SISON:  URGENT CHANGES

JULY 1, 2013
BY ERNESTO MACEDA: BONGBONG ON THE 2016 STARTING LINE

ALL-PINAY TEAM OFF TO KUWAIT TO PROBE SE-SCANDAL TRADE

JULES LEDESMA, MANNY PACQUIAO STILL TOP HOUSE ABSENTEES

JUNE  24, 2013
PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: COORDINATED RESPONSE

ACTING SEN PRES JINGGOY ESTRADA OUTRAGED OVER SEX RINGS IN EMBASSIES

CHINA AND VIETNAM: A VISIT BETWEEN FRIENDS

WILL CHINESE NAVAL VESSELS LEAVE PANATAG DURING PH-US EXERCISE?

JUNE 17, 2013
THE CHURCH IS NOT BEYOND SCRUTINY

CONTINUED CONTENTMENT WITH NATIONAL GOVERNANCE

INFERNO: THE DEVIL AND DAN BROWN

JUNE 10, 2013
52 OF 56 PARTY-LIST REPRESENTATIVES ARE MULTIMILLIONAIRES

NOY'S EX-GF AGAIN LOSES BID TO RECLAIM NUEVA ECIJA COUNCIL SEAT

RE-ELECTED NUEVA ECIJA VICE GOVERNOR MADE HISTORY

JUNE 3, 2013
TRAVEL ADVISORIES / NEWS REPORT: US, UK, AUSIE ADVISORIES

THE ECONOMY: WAITING FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH, TO BE ENJOYED BY ALL, NOT PRIVILEGED FEW

JUDICIARY REFORMS: WORK IN PROGRESS /  REP. GLORIA ARROYO RE-ELECTED VOWS BETTER SERVICE

 
MAY 27, 2013
FEDERICO D. PASCUAL:  AQUINO FACES ACID TEST IN CHINA, TAIWAN ROWS

BY ALEX MAGNO:  HELL  / MMDA FUMES AT "GATES OF HELL" DEPICTION

GOD'S WORD TODAY: WHAT CAN THE 'HOLY TRINITY' TEACH US TODAY?

MAY 20, 2013
POL DYNASTIES FALL, RISE IN NUEVA ECIJA / ELECTION NEWS IN PANGASINAN, CEBU

ZUBIRI ON LOSS: TIME TO MOVE ON / MITRA LOSES RE-ELECT BID IN PALAWAN

AMPATUAN MASSACRE CLAN ENJOYS ELECTION SINS / WINNERS IN BASILAN, ZAMBO, COMPOSTELA

PACQUIAO BET NEW MAYOR OF GEN SAN / LACSON SON, RAMA, SHALANI LOSE 2013 BID

MAY 13, 2013
MOTHER'S DAY 2013: BEST GIFTS DON'T HAVE PRICE-TAGS

THE MONTH OF MAY: FLEURS, FLORES, FLOWERS

IT EXPERTS ASK: ARE COMELEC, SMARTMATIC FOOLING US AGANI?

MAY 10, 2013
EMIL JURADO: NOTHING CHANGES IN THIS COUNTRY

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: MONEY BAN DURING ELECTIONS

CONRADO DE QUIROS: VOTE YOUNG

MAY 6, 2013
ATTACKS ON LOREN LEGARDA ROCK LP COALITION

VIDEO: JACK ENRILE WAS EASY RIDER SEARCHING PURPOSE IN LIFE

WORLD:  A LOOK AT NORTH KOREA'S MILITARY CAPABILITIES

APRIL 29, 2013
CHOOSING THE CANDIDATES

UPDATE: PHILIPPINE SENATORIAL ELECTION, 2013

SONNY ANGARA SEEKS MORE THAN JUST TO FOLLOW FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS

HAGEDORN: GANGSTER TYPE NOW NATURE'S CHAMP

BIAZON FACES 'REVOLT OF CORRUPT' IN BUREAU OF CUSTOM

APRIL 22, 2013
HONASAN: A FAMILY GUY, A WARRIOR WHO WILL 'RUNAWAY' WHEN FACED W/ A GUN

TRILLANES: A LAID-BACK ALTAR BOY STRAIGHTENS OUT TO BE SOLDIER, SENATOR

ERAP, LIM ENGAGE IN 'WAR OF ENDORSEMENTS / TIRADES GETTING STALE

LAKAS-CMD SHAKEUP: ELECTED NEW PRESIDENT / ENDORSES SENATORIAL BETS

APRIL 15, 2013
LIM VS ERAP: THE BATTLE OF MANILA

BUSINESS MATTER: WHAT IS TRUE SECURITY

PENTAGON INTEL ACKNOWLEDGES NORTH KOREA'S NUKE CAPABILITY

THERE'S THE RUB: ONE BIG CRATER IN PNoy'S 'DAANG MATUWID'

APRIL 8, 2013
OPINION: POLITICS, TRAFFIC AND SOCIAL MEDIA

IMMIGRATION CORNER: NEW 'W' VISA FOR CAREGIVERS & OTHER WORKERS?


OPINION: THE QUAINT MYTH OF POPE FRANCIS

APRIL 1, 2013
PHILIPPINE ECONOMY: A NEW LEASE ON LIFE

BONG AUSTERO: A NATIONAL EMBARRASSMENT

BOBIT AVILA: REFLECTIONS FOR THE HOLY WEEK

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL:  INVESTMENT GRADE CREDIT RATING

MARCH 25, 2013
UNA VS LP POLITICAL BATTLES START

INQUIRER COMMENT ON SPEECH OF THE PRESIDENT AT PNoy TEAM RALLY AT PLAZA MIRANDA

BINAY PARTY (DAANG MAGANDA) HARPS ON AQUINO GOVT SHORTCOMINGS AT RALLY

THE RH LAW: LIFE AND DEATH IN THEIR HANDS

MARCH 18, 2013
BREAK IN STYLE: POPE FRANCIS SHUNS TRADITION / A LITTLE 'DEVIL' AT SCHOOL

6.16 M PINOY DIABETICS SEEN IN 2030; ONCE-A-DAY PILL FOR TYPE 2 DIABETES

BY ROBERTO ROMULO: THE PRESIDENTS CLUB

MARCH 11, 2013
JOHN KERRY: WHY WOMEN ARE CENTRAL TO U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

PALACE SPOKESMAN LYING ON SABAH ISSUES; IGNORANT OR PLAIN DIMWITTED

FRACTURED RELATIONSHIP: POLITICS SNAPS ERAP-CHIZ TIES

FREEMAN EDITORIAL:  SABAH'S LESSONS MUST BE LEARNED

MARCH 4, 2013
BY WILSON LEE FLORES: SULTAN OF SULU ON SABAH ISSUE AND P-NOY

ON TARGET BY MON TULFO: A JESTER IN THE PALACE

OBISPO READY FOR JAIL RE 'TEAM BUHAY', 'TEAM PATAY' CAMPAIGN / TAKES FLIGHT TO SC

FEBRUARY 25, 2013
PRO RH LAW: 'TEAM P-NOY' TAGGED BY DIOCESE OF BACOLOD  AS 'TEAM PATAY'  PARTY LIST

AQUINO SHRUGS OFF JUNKING OF 3 COMMON CANDIDATES BY UNA

ALL IS NOT WELL IN P-NOY'S ADMINISTRATION

FEBRUARY 18, 2013
LACSON BEATS SANTIAGO TO THE PUNCH / NASTY WORD WAR, VERY UNBECOMING...

SEN. MIRIAM SANTIAGO IS BACK TO EXPOSE THE SINS OF 'PING-Y' LACSON

NBI INVESTIGATION OF THE JAN. 6 KILLINGS IN ATIMONAN, QUEZON - TATAD

FEBRUARY 11, 2013
REFLECTION: WHERE IS YOUR HEART?

(BINAY BRAND?) SURVEY'S BIGGEST WINNER IS NANCY BINAY / UNDERSTANDING SENATORIAL PREFERENCES

TRILLANES INTERVIEW: POLITICS IS NOT A BEACH FOR SENATOR WITH 'INDIGNANT STATE OF MIND

FEBRUARY 1, 2013
INT'L MONITORING TEAM WILL HELP ENSURE PEACEFUL POLLS

20 NPA GUERRILLAS TAGGED IN NEGROS AMBUSH-SLAY

JANUARY 26, 2013
AQUINO APPEALS TO SENATORS: FOCUS ON LEGISLATION / TULFO: ON TARGET

JANUARY 14, 2013
86 HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS RESCUED IN ZAMBOANGA

DECEMBER 31,  2012
KABANG, HERO DOG NOW CANCER FREE / KABANG IS MOST HEROIC DOG IN 2012

ON TARGET: BINAY DECLARES WAR ON AQUINO /  SIN TAX & THE SMOKING PRESIDENT

TORONTO'S FIRST SNOWSTORM  CAUSES HEADACHES TO MOTORISTS

DECEMBER 24,  2012
PNoy BARES HIS 'SWEET' SUCCESSES

PHILIPPINES AMONG TEN HAPPIEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD

RED ALERT UP IN 'PABLO' HIT AREAS DUE TO LOW PRESSURE AREAS

DECEMBER 9,  2012
INQUIRER: NOT GOD'S WILL

INQUIRER: PABLO AND PABILLO

INQUIRER: ANTI-RH, ANTI-POOR AND ANTI-WOMEN

DECEMBER 3,  2012
PRESIDENT AQUINO FINALLY AGREES TO REST FOR A DAY

U.S. SMARTMATIC DOMINION CASE ENDANGERS PH 2013 POLLS

GAT ANDRES BONIFACIO REMEMBERED / ON BONIFACIO DAY NOY BASHING OF GMA CONTINUES

NOVEMBER 26,  2012
FAMILY. FOOD, LANTERNS BRING MEMORIES OF PINOY CHRISTMAS

HUNDREDS OF PHILIPPINE POLICE 'CHEATED IN EXAMS'

U.S. CHRISTMAS FOR ZAMBOANGA'S HERO DOG

NOVEMBER 19,  2012
FLIGHT FROM CEBU TO L. A. DIVERTED TO ALASKA; MIDAIR SCARE HITS PLANE

COPS, SOLDIERS TO SECURE ARMM, MAGUINDANAO ANNIVERSARIES

FOREIGN CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES REACH NEARLY 200,000

NOVEMBER 12,  2012
FLYOVER COMPLETED IN SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA

CHRISTMAS MAGIC BEGINS IN MAKATI

ZAMBOANGA'S PIONEER CHABACANO CALENDAR UP

NOVEMBER 5,  2012
FIL-AMS TOP AMERASIAN VOTERS IN THE U.S.

ALL SOULS' DAY PICNIC:  4 DROWN IN ILOILO, CATANDUANES

STRONG QUAKE ROCKS SURIGAO; NO INJURIES REPORTED

OCTOBER 29,  2012
OFW VOTERS NEARING 1 MILLION / ABSENTEE VOTER REGISTRATION BY OCT 30

CAMARINES SUR MAYOR SHOT IN THE HEAD, IN COMA

AUSTRALIA:  RIZAL PARK  OPENED IN SYDNEY SUBARB

OCTOBER 22,  2012
'MASS-KARA' SHOWCASES NEGROS ARTISTRY

HUNDREDS TURNED UP IN RALLY TO BACK 'AKO BICOL' PARTY LIST GROUP

IRISH YOUTH VOLUNTEERS IMMERSE IN BADJAO COMMUNITY I  CEBU

OCTOBER 8,  2012
INQUIRER EDITORIAL: GOVERNMENT IS CLUELESS

PCIJ BLOG: CYBERCRIME, DATA PRIVACY ACTS A DOUBLE BLOW ON NETIZENS

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL: LIBEL AND THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: LEGISLATION

SEPTEMBER 24,  2012
VIDEO CLIPS LIVE AT THE SENATE: THE ENRILE-TRILLANES WORD WAR

STANDARD:  CHINA HANDPICKED TRILLANES, SAYS PNoy

ABS-CBN: CHINA IS THE WINNER IN JPE-TRILLANES ROW

STANDARD: VICE PRESIDENT BINAY BLASTS TRILLANES FOR DISRESPECT

SEPTEMBER 6,  2012
HT NEWS: HOW PREPARED IS CEBU FOR DISASTERS?

HT NEWS: DESPITE EL NIÑO, 4 TROPICAL CYCLONES EXPECTED THIS MONTH

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: NEW PROJECTS VS FLOODINGS

AUGUST 27,  2012
TIMES EDITORIAL:  TOUGH TASK FOR SERENO

STANDARD EDITORIAL: THE CHOSEN ONE

ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN: NOY'S CHIEF JUSTICE

INQUIRER EDITORIAL: A BRACING CHOICE

AUGUST 21,  2012
INQUIRER ANALYSIS: AQUINO WANTS NEXT CJ TO BE A PUPPET

INQUIRER EDITORIAL: 'ISKUL BUKOL' IN THE SENATE

RAISSA ROBLES: WHY SO MANY  ARE PRAYING FOR JESSE ROBREDO

AUGUST 16,  2012
DUCKY PAREDES: OUR CHILDREN AND THE POPULAION

NESTOR MATA: CAN A 'DICTATORSHIP' BE STOPPED?

AMADO MACASAET: PARTY IS OVER FOR DE LIMA

AUGUST 7,  2012
EMIL JURADO: THE PRESIDENT'S IGNORANCE

FR. JOAQUIN BERNAS, SJ: RH BILL-- DON'T BURN THE HOUSE TO ROAST A PIG

ANALYSIS: AQUINO FACES TRENCHANT CRITICISMS FOR THE FIRST TIME

AUGUST 2,  2012
SUNS-STAR WENCESLAO: KABAYAN AND PUBLIC PERSONA

PNoy'S KABAYAN  PROBLEM, AND OURS TOO

STANDARD: IN THE SERVICE OF AQUINO

MALAYA: PNoy ON RADYO PATROL: CAN A PRESIDENT SAY WHATEVER IS IN HIS MOND?

JULY 27,  2012
STANDARD:  EIGHTY PERCENT FOR THE PRESIDENT

STANDARD:  MY FRUSTRATION OVER THE WEEKEND

STANDARD:  KEEP THE NECK BRACE HANDY

STANDARD: WHEN FIGURES LIE

JULY 21,  2012
EDITORIAL: CLEANING UP MINDANAO VOTERS' LIST

ANALYSIS: 'SUPER POWER COALITION' AQUINO SINGLE-POWER SCHEME

VATICAN VS CHINA: STATE-APPOINTED BISHOP EXCOMMUNICATED

ASEAN MEET:  NO ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

JULY 18,  2012
MALAYA: CLOUDS OF POLITICAL WAR THREATEN AQUINO

JOSE MA. MONTELIBANO: A  FUTURE FULL  OF HOPE

MILITANTS TO PNoy: ABOUT TIME YOU QUIT BLAMING ARROYO

JULY 12,  2012
BLOG WATCH: MINING TO PAY  OUR FOREIGN DEBTS?

JULY 6,  2012
INQUIRER: INDEPENDENCE DAY - 1898 AND 2012

INQUIRER: THE 'OBAMACARE' FREE RIDER PROBLEM-- AND PHILHEALTH

MANILA BULLETIN: INVESTMENTS FOR OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS

MANILA STANDARD: BUSINESS CLIMATE REVISITED

JULY 3,  2012
CAROL ARAULLO BLOG:  CLAIMING FALSE CREDIT

MALAYA:  IBON EXPLAINS BSP LOAN TO IMF, PH AS CREDITOR IS INACCURATE

bulletin: population and the president's 3rd sona

BOOK REVIEWS: BREAKOUT NATIONS: PHILIPPINES TO BE A TIGER ECONOMY

MANILA STANDARD: 2 WASTED YEARS

JUNE 29,  2012
JOJO ROBLES:  WHO'S IN CHARGE HERE?

INQUIRER EDITORIAL: PAWN IN POWER PLAY

ON TARGET: AQUINO  GOVT  CAN'T GET IT ACT TOGETHER

JUNE 26,  2012
PH NOW ON 'GRAY' LIST

PURISIMA'S TAX PLAN IS ANTI-FILIPINO

PANATAG WOES: TOO MANY COOKS AND AMATEURS

JUNE 19,  2012
BY RETIRED CJ ARTEMIO PANGANIBAN: WANTED! NEW CHIEF JUSTICE

EDITORIAL: CORONA'S GHOST

INQUIRER EDITORIAL: HOPE (AGAINST HOPE) FOR FARMERS

JUNE 15,  2012
PHILSTAR NEWS REPORT: LAWYER MULLS APPEAL OF SC RULING ON PCOS

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: NOYNOY COURT AGAINST ALL ODDS (ON PCOS)

INQUIRER: PH INDEPENDENCE PROMISE FOILED BY U.S. DUPLICITY

TIMES EDITORIAL: THE DREAM, AFTER 114 YEARS AGO

JUNE 12,  2012
DUCKY PAREDES:  WHAT LAND REFORM?

BENJAMIN DIOKNO: JUDGING ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: FILIPINO MIGRANT WORKERS' DAY, JUNE 7

JUNE 10,  2012
FRANCISCO TATAD: THE PRESIDENT IN BRITAIN

CARMEN PEDROSA: OUR CHINESE AND AMERICAN FRIENDS

MALAYA EDITORIAL: BRINGING HOME THE BACON?

JUNE 5,  2012
OPINION: SMILES TO SOOTHE SCHOOLS SOB STORIES

BLOG WATCH:  FIRST THINGS FIRST, A COMMENTARY ON THE PHL K+12

COMMENTARY:  READING WITH "K"

JUNE 1,  2012
BONGBONG: PNoy NEVER GAVE CORONA A CHANCE TO PROVE HIMSELF

BLOG WATCH: FOR NOYNOY IS AN HONORABLE MAN...

BLOG WATCH: CORONA'S MISTAKES

MAY 29,  2012
OPINION: PASS JUDGMENT AND MOVE ON

OPINION: THE MOMENT OF TRUTH

OPINION: THE MYSTERY OF LAST FRIDAY HEARING

MAY 26,  2012
OPINION: REMOVE THE BANK SECRECY SHIELDS FROM ALL OFFICIALS

OPINION:  TEARS AND EMBRACES

OPINION:  REFUGE

OPINION: WHAT NOW AFTER CORONA?

OPINION: GUILT BY HYPOCRISY

OPINION: SEASON OF HATRED

MAY 24,  2012
PHNO COLUMN OF THE DAY BY DEAN TONY LA VIÑA:  EVERYTHING BUT THE TRUTH

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: DAY OF RECKONING

JONATHAN DE LA CRUZ: THE IMPEACHMENT CONUNDRUM

MAY 21,  2012
RAUL PANGALANGAN: HOW THE DOLLAR ACCOUNTS WERE 'OPENED'

JUAN  MERCADO:  HOLLOW  MEN

CONRADO DE QUIROS: WHY RENATO CORONA IS NOT JESUS CHRIST

MAY 15,  2012
BOBIT AVILA: ISN'T PNoy ATTACKS  ON CJ CORONA SUB JUDICE?

MARICHU VILLANUEVA: A STRAIGHT PATH LIKE NO OTHER

SARA SOLIVEN DE GUZMAN:  HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM!

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: CHINA TEST A GROSS FAILURE FOR NOYNOY

FRANCISCO TATAD: THE PROSECUTION'S PRAYERS ARE ANSWERED

MAY 8,  2012
OPINION: RESPECTING TRAINS

OPINION: NOT A PRETTY SIGHT

CHINA & PHL: 'GOING BANANAS' OVER THE SHOAL

MAY 4,  2012
BENJAMIN PIMENTEL: AQUINO COULD USE LUISITA TO MAKE HISTORY

JOSEPH PIMENTEL: 100 PINOY NURSES LOSE JOB AS NY HOSPITAL SHUTS DOOR

NEAL CRUZ: THOSE MALACAÑANG LEAKS

APRIL 24,  2012
BY JOJO ROBLES: NOYNOY COMES A-COURTING

BY CHARLIE MANALO: EXPECT NOY WAR IF HACIENDA LOSES

BY JUAN MERCADO: PINOY SHORTHAND "KALAPATING MABABA ANG LIPAD"

APRIL 21,  2012
WE ASKED, YOU ANSWERED: BEATING THE SUMMER HEAT

WHY MOST PINOYS HAVE NO BANK ACCTS / 8 OUT OF 10 NO BANK ACCTS

CALL CENTER AGENT ARRESTED FOR FACEBOOK 'IDENTITY THEFT'

APRIL 18,  2012
HOMETOWN LEYTE: 2 NEW FROG SPECIES DISCOVERED IN LEYTE

BONG AUSTERO:  BLAMING THE PEOPLE OF MINDANAO

STANDARD EDITORIAL: A SHOW OF MIGHT; KIM JON UN's MAIDEN SPEECH

EMIL JURADO: A CASE OF GRAFT AND CORRUPTION

APRIL 14,  2012
ZAMBOANGA MAYOR URGED TO RESIGN AMID KILLINGS

BORACAY SAND DISAPPEARING, DENR CHIEF SAYS

BLOG WATCH: AN ECOLOGICAL SANITATION SUCCESS IN SENDONG AFTERMATH

APRIL 11,  2012
MINDANAO MAY GO NUKE: REGION WILLING TO HOST BATAAN POWER PLANT, BUILD NEW ONE

FLASH FLOODS DISPLACE 3, 700 PEOPLE IN CAGAYAN

OFW FROM ANTIPOLO TO CARRY 2012 OLYMPIC TORCH IN LONDON

APRIL 9,  2012
VICE PRESIDENT J. BINAY: LET US EMULATE CHRIST'S GOODNESS

SENATE PRESIDENT JP ENRILE: LET'S BE CHANNELS OF PEACE

PRESIDENT NOY AQUINO:  A BLESSED AND HAPPY EASTER

CJ RENATO CORONA: HOPE FOR THE FILIPINO PEOPLE

MARCH 29,  2012
PHILSTAR: A CREEPING CRISIS

STANDARD: UNBELIEVABLE!

ON DISTANT SHORE BLOGGER: CORY, NOYNOY AND 'NOYNOYING'

MARCH 27,  2012
AMADO DORONILA: SURVEYS SHOWS IMPACT OF ADMIN DRIVE VS CORONA

STANDARD: PNoy'S INACTION MAY LEAD BACK TO CORY'S "DARK AGES"

HERMAN TIU LAUREL: ABETTING POWER BLACKMAIL

MARCH 25,  2012
BOHOL WATER SUPPLY TO FALL SHORT OF RISING DEMAND

PHILIPPINES USING U.S. SMART BOMBS VS ABU SAYYAP

BALABAG HILL: RECALLING HISTORY OF MINING DISASTER

MARCH 22,  2012
MANILA TIMES: ECONOYNOYING?

PHILSTAR:  MORE HARDSHIP

INQUIRER EDITORIAL: LIKE, DISLIKE THE PHILIPPINES

MARCH 19,  2012
INQUIRER: ON 30th DAY OF TRIAL BEAN COUNTERS REIGN

TRIBUNE:  IMPEACH THE ACCOUNTANTS

INQUIRER:  ROAD TO DAMASCUS- OUR OFWs IN TROUBLED SYRIA

INQUIRER:  MR. PRESIDENT, PLEASE PROVE YOUR CRITICS ARE WRONG

MARCH 17,  2012
INQUIRER:  IRRELEVANT

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: GOING GLOBAL

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  CHINA  REACHES OUT

MARCH 14,  2012
CITO BELTRAN:  DOORWAY  TO  UNPOPULARITY

BLOG WATCH: THE PROPOSED K 12 BASIC EDUCATION SYSTEM

TIMES EDITORIAL: THE NEW SALN, BUREAUCRATIC NAZISM

MARCH 9,  2012
NESTOR MATA: A FIGMENT OF THE IMAGINATION?

AMADO MACASAET: MIXED SIGNALS TO FOREIGN INVESTORS

EDITORIAL: MEDIA BLITZ, IT'S CJ'S TURN

MARCH 7,  2012
MANILA TIMES:  ADMINISTRATION MUST ACT ON  RISING CRIMINALITY

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  MOB HUNGRY FOR MORE LYNCHING

BENJAMIN DIOKNO:  MISCALCULATED

MARCH 5,  2012
MALAYA EDITORIAL: POWER SHORTAGE, SAME OLD PROBLEM

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  PNoy IS SEEING S Ds

FR. J.G. BERNAS: ABANDONED ARTICLES AND PLAGIARISM

MARCH 1,  2012
NESTOR MATA: OF SYCOPHANTS AND FLATTERERS

ERNESTO MACEDA:  THE NPA STRIKES AGAIN & IGGY COMES HOME

RIGOBERTO TIGLAO: AQUINO'S 'DOBERMAN' IN THE SUPREME COURT

CONRADO DE QUIROS:  THE  VOICE OF GOD

FEBRUARY 28,  2012
BLOGGER WATCH: BEST PRACTICES FOR CURBING CORRUPTION IN ASIA
 

SOLUTIONS TO CORRUPTION: THE 'CORY MODEL' / BRIONES: LIKE 'TELENOVELA'

BLOGGER WATCH: CORONA IMPEACHMENT TO REBALANCE POWERS

FEBRUARY 24,  2012
JOJO ROBLES: BRIBERY ON STRAIGHT PATH

AMADO MACASAET: EVIDENCE

NESTOR MATA: DECEIT AND LIES

FEBRUARY 21,  2012
INQUIRER: VP BINAY POLITICAL TARGET OF  CORONA TRIAL

INQUIRER: CALLING A SPADE A DIRTY SHOVEL

INQUIRER: IT'S THE FUTURE, STUPID

INQUIRER: HAUNTING QUESTION

INQUIRER: SECRETS AND LIES

FEBRUARY 18,  2012
PHILSTAR: DAY 19,  "NONUPLE F"

PALACE: P-NOY SPEECH NOT CALL FOR PEOPLE POWER / CRITIC: NOY FOCUS TOO MUCH ON POLITICS

EDITORIAL: TALL TALES, SMALL LADY, & BRUTUS / SMALL LADY: BANAL VERSION

FEBRUARY 16,  2012
MALAYA EDITORIAL:  PROTECTING THE BANK SECRECY LAW

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: THE BANK RECORDS

GARY OLIVAR: LIARS AND BULLIES AT IMPEACH TRIAL

FEBRUARY 12,  2012
GLIMPSES:  CORONA  AND BEYOND

AT LARGE:  THOUGHTS ON THE IMPEACHMENT

FRONTLINE:  DESTROYING  THE RULE OF LAW

ANALYSIS:  SENATE, SUPREME COURT ON COLLISION COURSE

EDITORIAL:  ON THE BRINK OF A POWER CRISIS

FEBRUARY 11,  2012
7,000 PEOPLE: IGLESIA NI KRISTO-LED RALLY CHEERS TEARFUL CORONA

P-NOY'S FAMILY WANTS P10 B FOR HACIENDA LUISITA

WIKILEAKS CABLES: PHILIPPINE BANK SECRECY LAWS UNDER FIRE

FEBRUARY 7,  2012
ANALYSIS: AQUINO FALLS BACK ON MYTH OF POTEMKIN VILLAGES

SENATOR ANGARA: SUPERMAN-LAWYERS DON'T FLY ANYMORE

FEBRUARY 6,  2012
LUCENA CITY:  GROUP SEEKS CONGRESS PROBE OF GOVT CASH (CCT) DOLES

MANILA TIMES:  PALACE OUGHT TO REVIEW CCT PROGRAMS

PHILSTAR: DE LIMA REWARDS LRA RDs WHO TESTIFIED FOR THE PROSECUTION

FEBRUARY 2,  2012
U.S. ELECTIONS:  HOW THE WEALTHY SHAPES U.S. PRESIDENTIAL RACE

NO HOLDS BARRED: 11 MONTHS TO GO

VIEWPOINT:  IMPEACHMENT TRIAL

JANUARY 31,  2012
OPINION: CORONA - GUILTY OR NOT, A FOREGONE CONCLUSION

MAR ROXAS: IMPEACHMENT IS PART OF AQUINO ADMINISTRATION CAMPAIGN

REPORT: TO SAVE AQUINO EMBARRASSMENT, SENATE WILL CONVICT CORONA

JANUARY 29,  2012
WHO IS THE BETTER SENATOR-JUDGE? / DISQUALIFY BIASED SENATOR JUDGE

JANUARY 26,  2012
NESTOR MATA: TRUTH IS OUT, SLIPPED OUT OF P-NOY'S MOUTH

ALEX MAGNO:  THE 2 GENTLEMEN AT THE IMPEACH TRIAL

WILLIAM ESPOSO:  DRILON ATTACK EXPOSES DEFENSE DESPERATION

FEDERICO PASCUAL:  CORONA LUCKIER  THAN  ERAP IN SENATE TRIAL

ERNESTO MACEDA:  12 MORE WEEKS

JANUARY 24,  2012
PANGASINAN'S  1st CLOISTERED MONASTERY OPENS / TRIBU PAN-AY WINS AGAIN

REPORT: BREAKING CYCLE OF POVERTY  THROUGH EDUCATION

commentary: is there hope for THE year of the draGon in phls?

JANUARY 20,  2012
FILIPINO CREW FROM SUNKEN SHIP COSTA CONCORDIA NOW ARRIVING HOME

SCHOOLS BACK TO NORMAL IN CAGAYAN DE ORO, ILIGAN - EDUCATION CHIEF

MUSLIMS JOIN CATHOLIC FEAST IN MINDANAO / SINULOG LOSES P1.6M TO BURGLARS

JANUARY 18,  2012
WORLD BANK CONFIRMS REPORTS OF MISUSE OF LOANS TO SC

JANUARY 17,  2012
ELLEN TORDESILLAS:  PHL MEDIA FELL FOR HOAX WORLD BANK REPORT

GET IT DONE:  CAN THE NATION ENDURE A PROLONGED IMPEACH TRIAL?

SENATE JUDGES:  NOT MEANT TO BE A VULGAR NUMBERS GAME

THE ECONOMY & THE STUDENT

JANUARY 15,  2012
BATTLE OF 2 FRONTS: TRIAL BY SENATE JUDGES & TRIAL BY PUBLIC OPINION

FINE POINTS OF TRIAL LAW BAFFLING? /  NOT 'POLITICAL' BUT CONSTITUTIONAL

PHL:  WORLD'S  16th LARGEST  ECONOMY IN ASIA BY 2050?

UNSETTLING NEWS: SALNs OF HOUSE MEMBERS

NOY AQUINO'S DRAGON(S) / MURDER MOST FOUL ( PHILIP ANDREW PESTAÑO)

JANUARY 12,  2012
ITOGON CELEBRATES INDIGENOUS CULTURE

FLASHBACK FROM FM YEARS:  SEEING GHOSTS

DAANG MATUWID MANTRA:  CROOKED PATH

IDOLATRY & FANATICISM: IS THE IMAGE OF BLACK NAZARENE BECOMING A CULT?

THE UGLY AMERICAN: A DIPLOMAT

JANUARY 9,  2012
EDGARDO ANGARA:  IMPEACHMENT, A TOOL OF  LAST RESORT

PSYCHIC PREDICTS AQUINO DOWNFALL: NOY SHOULD LEARN HOW TO CONTROL HIS ALLIES

BLOGGER ANALYSIS: PHILIPPINES UNDER CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS P-NOY REFUSES

INQUIRER OPINION:  CATHARSIS. 'DEUS EX MACHINA' AND 'DAANG MATUWID'

BUSINESS WORLD COMMENTARY: PRELUDE TO 2013 ELECTIONS

JANUARY 6,  2012
AUSTRALIAN KIDNAPPED IN ZAMBO ASKS FAMILY FOR $2 M RANSOM DEMAND

HISTORY OF LANDSLIDES IN COMPOSTELA VALLEY

DOH: 2012 NEW YEAR REVELRY WAS DEADLIEST IN 20 YEARS

JANUARY 4,  2012
STANDARD EDITORIAL:  POOR  VISIBILITY

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  VERIFIABLE FACTS

MALAYA EDITORIAL: NEGOTIATING WITH PALPARAN

TIMES EDITORIAL: TRIUMPH OF THE HUMAN TRAFFICKERS?

WILLIAM ESPOSO: THE FIRST BIG NATIONAL SECURITY CONCERN IN 2012

JANUARY 1,  2012
MALAYA: NEW YEAR WITH MOTHER MARY / ON CLIMATE CHANGE

TIMES: CHILDREN OF HOPE AND HAPPINESS / CHRISTMAS AFTER THE STORM

BULLETIN: HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL / JOSE RIZAL, A UNIVERSAL MAN

STANDARD: HOPE IN 2012 / OPINION:  THE ECONOMY IN 2011

PHILSTAR: HOPE IN THE NEW YEAR / COLUMN OF THE DAY

INQUIRER: WE FERVENTLY PRAY...

DECEMBER 29,  2011
SAVE OUR CONSTITUTION FROM THE COURT

AQUINO SAVAGES THE RULE OF LAW

THE PEOPLE WILL KNOW, THE PEOPLE WILL DECIDE

AQUINO MUST COMMIT HIMSELF TO OUR DEMOCRACY

HIGH HOPES FOR 2012

DECEMBER 21,  2011
'LAUREL AND HARDY' OF LIBERAL PARTY: A JOKE IT IS!

NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES: LIES TO PREOTECT BOSS WHO'S FOCUSED TO DESTROY FOES

AMADO MACASAET: THE CHARACTER OF CJ CORONA

NESTOR MATA: LOOMING DICTATOR

DECEMBER 19,  2011
STRANDED AT NAIA

NO CON CRISIS, CORONA ON TRIAL, NOT JUSTICE SYSTEM

DECEMBER 9,  2011
JOBS, FOOD ARE STILL WHAT'S PRESSING

OUT-OF-COURTS ANTICS

DO YOU STILL THINK P-NOY IS A WIMP OR INDECISIVE?

DECEMBER 5,  2011
WHY THERE IS NO CONSTITUTIONAL BAR TO HOUSE ARREST

COMPENSATION: HACIENDA LUISITA

DRUG MULES: 6 IN 10 PINOYS OVERSEAS ARRESTED

NOVEMBER 28,  2011
GOD'S WORD TODAY, 1st SUNDAY OF ADVENT: CAN CHANGE BE GOOD?

ON WHOM WILL GMA'S FATE REST?

BS AQUINO III : TRIPLE SPEED JUSTICE TO FOES, 20 TIMES SLOW ON KKK

AQUINO'S DOUBLE KILL OF ARROYO SENDS CHILLS DOWN PUBLIC SPINE

NOVEMBER 25,  2011
STRONGER CASES / THE RULE OF JUSTICE

ISOLATION SOLUTION / 'YELLOW' MOBOCRACY

WRONG PICTURE

LONG-TERM REFORMS

DISTORTING THE PRESIDENT'S WORDS

DOMINGO LEE: APPOINTED ENVOY TO CHINA / NOY: ENVOY TO CHINA STAYS

AN INCOMPETENT AMBASSADOR TO BEJING

NOVEMBER 21,  2011
LESSONS FROM LAST WEEK'S CIRCUS

MALAYA: DID GMA DISSEMBLE?

SHE SAYS:  STANDOFF

HE SAYS:  THE INGLORIOUS FATE OF GLORIA ARROYO

NOVEMBER 16,  2011
MALAYA EDITORIAL:  WHAT'S AN AIRPORT TERMINAL FOR?

TIMES EDITORIAL: PACQUIAO'S SLIM VICTORY DECISIVELY DISAPPOINTING

STANDARD EDITORIAL: UNPLEASANT ECONOMIC NEWS

NOVEMBER 10,  2011
SEN. ESCUDERO ON DOJ REFUSAL TO ALLOW GMA SEEK TREATMENT ABROAD

ELLEN TORDESILLAS: LET'S NOT ALLOW ARROYO TO ROB US OF OUR HUMANITY

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  JUST  DO  IT!

BY SEN. EDGARDO ANGARA: FINANCIAL REFORMS

BY ELINANDO CINCO:  ALLOW THE ARROYOS TO TRAVEL

BY JOJO ROBLES:  THE IMPROMPTU WAR

BY GARY OLIVAR: A DERAILED TRAIN

OCTOBER 29,  2011
PHILSTAR:  4.3 MILLION HUNGRY FILIPINO FAMILIES

STANDARD:  NPA, MILF COLLUDING?

MALAYA:  DESTAB RUMORS AS DIVERSION IS A TURNOFF

TRIBUNE:  A TEST OF LEADERSHIP

OCTOBER 26,  2011
STAR COLUMN: PEACE BASED ON JUSTICE / STAR EDITORIAL: PURSUIT OF PEACE

MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL: PURSUING PEACE

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  DOING MORE, TALKING LESS

OCTOBER 22,  2011
TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  WEAKLING

PHILSTAR: THIS IS PLAIN ATROCITY

STANDARD: PEACE AT ALL COSTS

TIMES EDITORIAL:  WHY ARE THERE MILF 'REBEL TERRITORIES'?

OCTOBER 19,  2011
PHILSTAR: NEW CROWN FOR PACQUIAO, AFP POLE-VAULTED HIM TO LT. COLONEL

PHILSTAR: BONGBONG'S PAINED REACTION.. P-NOY NO WORD OF HONOR

JOSE MONTELIBANO: WHO IS THE BOSS?

OCTOBER 16,  2011
JOURNAL.COM:  PALACE SLAMS CORONA / SC DENIES SIDESTEPPING

PHILSTAR: RESPECT THE JUDICIARY OR BE DAMNED!

STANDARD:  THE FLAGSHIP THAT NEVER SAILED

OCTOBER 14,  2011
PHILSTAR EDITORIAL:  PHASEOUT

STANDARD EDITORIAL:  OUT OF FOCUS

ALEX MAGNO:  TOO  LATE

JOE RIVERA:  CHARTER CHANGE IS NOT THE ANSWER

OCTOBER 6,  2011
STAR COMMENTARY: NOY MISSED THE BOAT; WHAT IS HIS PROBLEM?

STAR EDITORIAL: CONFIDENCE-EROSION  MEASURE

STANDARD EDITORIAL: NO BETTER TIME FOR CHA CHA

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  DESPERATION

OCTOBER 4,  2011
STAR EDITORIAL: TAPPING FOREIGN AID

STANDARD EDITORIAL:  UNHARNESSED POTENTIAL

NOY CONVENES DISASTER COUNCIL 5 DAYS AFTER PEDRING HITS

OCTOBER 3,  2011
COMMEMORATION OF I.F.I. BISHOP MARTYRDOM: A MILLION VOICES FOR JUSTICE

OCTOBER 1,  2011
MEDIA ADVISORY: GK COUNTRYSIDE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT

SEPTEMBER 24,  2011
STANDARD: THE PRESIDENT'S  NEW CLOTHES

PHILSTAR: INVESTORS 'LINING UP'

TRIBUNE:  FREUDIAN  SLIPS

MALAYA: GRAPPLING WITH REALITIES

SEPTEMBER 21,  2011
MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL: REMNANTS OF MARTIAL LAW STILL AROUND US

MALAYA EDITORIAL: TRANSPORT STRIKE, A BIG DUD

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: WITNESSES VS PREVIOUS ADMIN ON PARADE

STAR EDITORIAL: MARTIAL LAW, 39 YEARS AFTER, A CHALLENGE FACING NOY

SEPTEMBER 10,  2011
TEN YEARS LATER: ARE WE SAFER POST 9/11? MANY AMERICANS SAY YES

SEPTEMBER 5,  2011
PETER WALLACE:  FAIRYLAND  ALL OVER  AGAIN

BULLETIN EDITORIAL:  BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION 71st ANIVERSARY

JOE RIVERA:  CLOSING THE DOORS TO IMMIGRATION

SEPTEMBER 2,  2011
NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES:  GOING DOWN CHINA LANE

ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  WAR  FATIGUE

BERNARD KARGANILLA:  DOING CHINA

AUGUST 30,  2011
BULLETIN: PRES. BENIGNO AQUINO 3rd LEAVES TUESDAY  FOR HIS 1st STATE
VISIT TO PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

MANILA TIMES: LET'S GET THINGS RIGHT AT THE CUSTOMS

TRIBUNE: ANOTHER BIG-TIME BoC SCAM; BILLIONS LOST

AUGUST 25,  2011
PHNO COLUMN OF THE DAY BY NESTOR MATA: NOYNOY REPEATS CORY'S MISTAKES
 

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL: CLOSE THE BOOK ON HOSTAGE TRAGEDY

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  ON SPRATLYS, DIPLOMACY IS OUR ONLY RECOURSE

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  ABUSE OF POWER

AUGUST 22,  2011
AUGUST 21, 1983: WARM WELCOME TURNS INTO GRIEF

AUGUST 20,  2011
KAPUSO  STARS BANNER DAVAO'S KADAYAWAN FESTIVAL

HAPPY 72nd BIRTHDAY, EL SHADDAI SPIRITUAL LEADER, BRO MIKE VELARDE

NATION MARKS 133rd BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF PRESIDENT MANUEL L. QUEZON

AUGUST 13,  2011
PETER WALLACE:  WE  NEED REVENUES NOW

BOBIT S. AVILA: THE FIRST AND LAST INTERVIEW WITH SEC. ALBERTO LIM

AMADO P. MACASAET:  THE POOR, THE CHURCH AND THE SCHOOLS

NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES:  A SKUNK IS A SKUNK IS A SKUNK

AUGUST 9,  2011
STANDARD: PHL S&P DOWNGRADE ALSO POSSIBLE

TRIBUNE:  THE  CZAR OF DISASTER

STAR: CCP LEADING US TO NOT-SO-STRAIGHT PATH
 

AUGUST 4,  2011
MANILA TIMES: LIKE MacARTHUR, MIGZ SHALL RETURN

FEDERICO PASCUAL JR: ZUBIRI RESIGNS, A VICTIM OF POLL FRAUD SCANDAL

ERNESTO MACEDA:  UNBELIEVABLY CRUDE

JULY 30,  2011
STANDARD TODAY:  WRONG  TREE

THE FREEMAN EDITORIAL:  AQUINO SHOULD KEEP ALBAY GOV IN LINE

TRIBUNE: P-NOY  EMBRACING  THE 'WANG-WANG'  CULTURE

PHILSTAR:  UNCOVERING  THE  TRUTH

JULY 27,  2011
PHILSTAR:  THE  WANG-WANG  WAR

MANILA STANDARD:  THE YEAR AFTER

MANILA TIMES:  THE  STATE  OF THE  NATION

MALAYA:  WAITING  FOR  THE  2012 BUDGET

INQUIRER:  P-NOY'S  FIRST  TEST OF GOVERNANCE

JULY 19,  2011
FR. RANHILLO CALLANGAN AQUINO:  THE  BISHOPS'  FINEST HOUR!

ERNESTO HERRERA:  CLOSURE AND ACCOUNTABILITY

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  MORONIC LOGIC

BABE ROMUALDEZ:  P-NOY'S  CLANDESTINE  VISIT

JULY 17,  2011
MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL: CAN  OF  WORMS

STAR EDITORIAL:  CLEANSING

AMADO MACASAET: THE ECONOMY UNDER AQUINO

JOE RIVERA: SPRATLYS-  CRISIS IN HIGH SEAS

ERNESTO MACEDA: 2004 CHEATING, BEDOL CONFIRMATION, BISHOPS CLEARED

JULY 14,  2011
TIMES EDITORIAL: ECONOMY DESERVES MORE ATTENTION IN 2nd YEAR

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  A CHINESE INVASION?

OPINION: LUISITA IS NOY AQUINO'S DEFINING MOMENT

JULY 5,  2011
A COMMENTARY ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS: LIFE IN THE UNDERGROUND

OPINION: PHILIPPINES- A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY FOREVER?

OPINION: WHY NOYNOY WILL WIN IN THE END

JUNE 26,  2011
BOBIT AVILA: WHO IS REALLY AGAINST REFORM?

SATUR OCAMPO: DEAL FIRMLY WITH CHINA

ALEX MAGNO: ALLIANCES

JUNE 24,  2011
MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL: THE DIPPING POINT

MANILA TIMES:  P-NOY IS STILL POPULAR, BUT...

STAR:  PEOPLE'S VOICE

JUNE 21,  2011
ERNESTO MACEDA: CAN OCHOA HACK IT AS ANTI-CRIME -CORRUPTION CZAR?

REY O. ARCILLA:  DEL ROSARIO GOES TO WASHINGTON

NESTOR MATA: MAKING SOUTH CHINA SEA ZONE OF PEACE

ELLEN'S BLOG: WHY PING DE JESUS WAS SACKED; THE INSIDE STORY

JUNE 16,  2011
STAR:  WEST PHL SEA AKA SPRATLEYS

MALAYA: THE YANKS AIN'T COMING / DUCKY PAREDES: WHY WE'LL LOSE SPRATLYS

TRIBUNE: FAILED PRESIDENCY

JUNE 8,  2011
METRO: HOUSE RECEIVES 2 eTRICYCLES

PACQUIAO WAIVES P40 MILLION TALENT FEE FOR 7 AMBULANCES

DepEd CHIEF'S OPENING OF CLASSES MEMO TO ALL DEPTS
 

JUNE 4,  2011
STAR EDITORIAL: STATUS QUO / NEWS: P-NOY SETS CHINA VISIT DESPITE SPRATLY

DISMAYED FIL-AM:  P-NOY, TAKE CHARGE!  / NOY MUM ON FM BURIAL

BY ALEX MAGNO: FOODKILL / STAR HEADLINE: FISHKILL LOSES REACH P115 M

JUNE 2,  2011
PHILIPPINE STAR EDITORIAL:  A DAUNTING TASK

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  GRIM PROSPECTS  IN  SAUDI ARABIA

MALAYA EDITORIAL: WHO IS FEEDING NOYNOY NONSENSE?

MAY 30,  2011
PHILSTAR: DIFFERENT MINDED PRESIDENT?

PHILSTAR:  P-NOY'S 'SALES' BLITZ ON HIS PPP

TIMES: NOY'S CHANCE IS NOW TO PROVE BATTLECRY, 'KUNG WALANG CORRUPT....'

TRIBUNE: NOYNOY GETS COLD TREATMENT

MAY 25,  2011
OPINION: ANOTHER SLIDE IN GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS

OPINION:  ANOTHER  BROTHER, ANOTHER  BLUNDER

OPINION: MEANINGLESS  DIPLOMATESE

MAY 17,  2011
COMBATIVE PRESIDENT: JAIL US ALL

PROXY: DE FACTO PRESIDENT

THREE  BIG  LETDOWNS

OBJECTION TO RH BILL BASED ON CONSCIENCE

MAY 14,  2011
PACMAN RICHEST  IN HOUSE

MIRIAM ASKED NOY TO BE BEST MAN AT HER JUNE RENEWAL WEDDING

1.3 BILLION TONS OF FOOD WASTED EACH YEAR  WORLD STUDY

MAY 2,  2011
BREAKING NEWS
WHO WILL REPLACE OSAMA bin LADEN? HERE ARE AL-QAEDA REMAINING LEADERS

OSAMA bin LADEN HIDING 'IN PLAIN SIGHT' / BBC REPORT: THE RAID

U.S. FORCES KILLED ELUSIVE TERRORIST OSAMA bin LADEN IN PAKISTAN

APRIL 29,  2011
PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: REGIME OF INSTABILITY

MANILA STANDARD TODAY EDITORIAL: WRONG MESSAGE

MALAYA BUSINESS INSIGHTS EDITORIAL:  A DISASTROUS FIRST QUARTER

MANILA BULLETIN OPINION: THE ARMM ELECTIONS

MANILA TIMES OPINION: TAMING FUEL PRICE

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  TO TAX OR NOT TO TAX

INQUIRER OPINION:  HYPOCRISY VERSUS UNPLANNED STUPIDITY

APRIL 27,  2011
JOJO ROBLES:  NOYNOY'S  NEW  BATTLE

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: TIME HAS COME FOR PASSAGE OF RH BILL

DAHL ASPILLERA: RH BILL IS GOOD / EDITORAL: MORE TALK WILL LEAD NOWHERE

APRIL 25,  2011
CEBU GOV. GWEN LEADS 22-CHURCH VISITA IGLESIA

LAGUNA CELEBRATES
THE GRAND FESTIVAL OF LIFE

GOV. LILIA PINEDA: NAY BABY'S EXCELLENT GOVERNANCE FOR HER CABALEN

APRIL 19,  2011
BY NESTOR MATA: WAR WITH WORDS BEFORE  THE ADVENT OF HOLY WEEK

MALAYA EDITORIAL: LAKAS-KAMPI MEMBERS AS WHISTLEBLOWERS?

BY ARCHBISHOP OSCAR CRUZ: PITIFUL PILIPINO POPULATION (PPP

TRIB
UNE EDITORIAL: NOYNOY'S FOLLY

APRIL 16,  2011
AN UNCOMPLICATED MIND COMMENTARY: FILIPINO NANNIE`S CONUNDRUM

SILENCING DISSENT: THE HARPER CONSERVATIVE PARTY RECORD

CANADA  TO HELP NEWCOMERS FIND JOBS VIA $22 M FUNDING PROGRAM

APRIL 13,  2011
AN UNCOMPLICATED MIND:  A TALE OF TWO DISASTERS

AN UNCOMPLICATED MIND:  INEQUALITIES RISING

AN UNCOMPLICATED MIND:  CHINA THREE EXECUTION, PURPOSELESS AND HOLLOW

APRIL 10,  2011
BATAAN 'ARAW NG KAGITINGAN': U.S. TO CONTINUE LOOKING AFTER PINOY VETS

SUMMER IN THE PHILIPPINES STARTS THIS WEEK

PHILVOLCS BULLETIN: ALERT LEVEL OF TAAL VOLCANO RAISED FROM 1 TO 2

P-NOY INAUGURATES PANGASINAN SANITARY LANDFILL / AGEW NA PANGASINAN

APRIL 3,  2011
BY MARLEN RONQUILLO: A CHANGE OF PHOTO-OPS. PLUS DEEPER SHIFTS

BY ROD KAPUNAN: MARCOS BURIAL, NOT A POLITICAL ISSUE

BY WILLIAM ESPOSO: EXPLOITING THE 3 CHINA EXECUTIONS

APRIL 1,  2011
PHILSTAR: WEAK LINK

MANILA TIMES:  WHAT GALL SENATOR LACSON HAS

BULLETIN: NOBODY SAYS 'NO' IN THE PHL

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: DEAL OR NO DEAL? / COMMENTARY: WRONG PORTRAYAL

MARCH 29,  2011
TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  INDECENT PROPOSAL

HOW DOES PRESIDENT AQUINO'S MIND WORK?

WHISTLEBLOWERS WELCOME LACSON RETUNR

DAYS OF ACTION AND UNCERTAINTY

MARCH 27,  2011
BY CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: THE PROFESSOR'S WAR

BY ELLEN TORDESILLAS: AQUINO'S HARD-SELL IS A TURNOFF

BY FEDERICO PASCAL: WATCH AQUINO'S HAND IN BINAY-ROXAS RIVALRY

MARCH 19,  2011
STAR COLUMN: BNPP, END OF A RENAISSANCE?

TIMES COLUMN: DOST STILL BULLISH ON NUKE POWER, WHY?

MALAYA COLUMN: STOP GIVING FALSE HOPE

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: PINOYS NOT IN SAFE HANDS

MARCH 17,  2011
27 SIGNS THE NUCLEAR CRISIS IN JAPAN IS WORSE THAN MEDIA, JAPAN GOVT REPORT

SENSELESS PANIC IN METRO MANILA, GRACE UNDER FIRE IN JAPAN

NOYNOY'S UNJUST DIKTAT

JAPAN'S NUKE MELTDOWN & INTERNAT'L ATOMIC ENERGY INCOMPETENCE

HOW PREPARED ARE WE?

MARCH 15,  2011
2 FIL-AMS, HOUSEMAID FOUND DEAD IN LAGUNA

WOMEN LAWMAKERS RUN HOUSE OF CONGRESS FOR A DAY

FOOD COMING FROM JAPAN INSPECTED FOR RADIATION

MARCH 13,  2011
TRIBUNE COMMENTARY BY NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES: FAILURE AWAITS

TIMES OPINION BY EFREN DANAO: BLUE RIBBON MADE AN ILL-ADVISED MOVE

BULLETIN BY ED ANGARA: STAMPING OUT CORRUPTION MORE CRITICAL THAN EVER

PHILSTAR OPINION BY BABE ROMUALDEZ: LET THE CHECKS & BALANCES WORK

MARCH 8,  2011
PHILSTAR OPINION BY ALEX MAGNO: FLIMSY

MALAYA OPINION BY REY ARCILLA: NO BRAINER

BULLETIN OPINION BY ED ANGARA: LESSONS LEARNED MORE CRITICAL THAN EVER

TIMES OPINION BY YEN MACABENTA: THE HARD-HEAD & HE THICK-SKINNED

MARCH 2,  2011
HEALING, THE FILIPINO WAY

DFA CHIEF BACK FROM LYBIA EXODUS ORDEAL; OFWs CROSS DESERT RISKY JOURNEY

ENDURING BEAUTY OF BANAUE, SAGADA VILLAGE

FEBRUARY 28,  2011
STANDARD: OUTRAGE IN AYALA ALABANG

TIMES:  MIDDLE EAST TURMOIL, PHILIPPINE FALLOUT

FVR: THE MIDDLE EAST, NORTH AFRICA & EDSA 25 (
PLUS TAIWAN)- EMPOWERING THE FILIPINO PEOPLE


TRIBUNE:  DÉJÀ VU

MALAYA:  EDSA ON MY MIND

STAR:  SEAL OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

FEBRUARY 23,  2011
MANILA TIMES: SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON EDSA 1

TRIBUNE:  MAR ROXAS' UNENVIABLE TASK

STAR EDITORIAL: LOOMING CRISIS

FEBRUARY 19,  2011
SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH:  BUDGET CHIEF'S GOOD MOVES ON AFP MESS

SKETCHES: FOREIGN POLICY

GOTCHA: COA BANKING ON DOJ OPINION

CTALK:   CHINA 3

FEBRUARY 14,  2011
EDITORIAL:  FUND CONVERSION

OPINION:  POLITICS KILLS

OPINION: A FLAWED SYSTEM

FEBRUARY 11,  2011
PHILSTAR:  YES, WE NEED REFORMS IN AFP AND AT CONGRESS AS WELL

MALAYA:  PAALAM

MANILA STANDARD:  ANOTHER AQUINO CHEAP STUNT

MANILA TIMES:  BLUNDER OVER TAIWAN; INEPT DIPLOMACY

BULLETIN:  MORAL  ASCENDANCY

TRIBUNE:  NO TRUTH FROM TRUTH COMMISSION CHAIR DAVIDE

FEBRUARY 8,  2011
PHILSTAR:  CAN OBAMA PREVENT THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE U.S. EMPIRE?

MANILA TIMES:  LACSON OPENLY FLOUTING THE LAW

STANDARD:  BALANCING ACT

TRIBUNE:  CORRUPTION LIVES

FEBRUARY 6,  2011
MANILA HOTEL RE-LAUNCH MABUHAY PALACE ON CHINESE NEW YEAR

MORE THAN JUST BANANAS IN TAGUM CITY, DAVAO

BORACAY FROM ABOVE

FEBRUARY 2,  2011
PHILSTAR: ARAB REVOLT

BULLETIN: OUR GENEROUS FIL-CHINESE; KUNG HEI FAT CHOY!

TRIBUNE:  SELECTIVE TREATMENT IN MILITARY PROBE

JANUARY 31,  2011
POEA EYES FEMALE SEAFARERS

GENERAL AMNESIA HITS THE SENATE

NUEVA VIZCAYA: PHL CROCODILES MAYBE EXTINCT IN 10 YEARS

JANUARY 29,  2011
UST GOLDEN CLASS OF QUADRICENTENNIAL: MEDICINE CLASS OF 1961

THE FREEMAN: STATE OF CALAMITY IN CEBU CITY, MANDAUE CITY

METRO: SPEED LIMIT GOOD FOR SENIORS, PARENTS WITH KIDS

JANUARY 27,  2011
STAR EDITORIAL:  BREAKDOWN

STANDARD EDITORIAL:  A COWARDLY ATTACK

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: 8th MOST DANGEROUS COUNTRY

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  DASTARDLY  ATTACK

BULLETIN EDITORIAL:  DEADLY  CONVEYANCES

JANUARY 23,  2011
PHILSTAR:  CRIME  TSUNAMI IN PHL

STANDARD: SEE NO EVIL

TRIBUNE: RICE SCAM, MOTHER OF ALL SCAMS

BULLETIN: LP 65th ANNIVERSARY; RE-ELECTED NOY AS CHAIR, MAR AS PRESIDENT

JANUARY 21,  2011
BY JARIUS BONDOC: PROSECUTORS' MEDIA BLITZ BOOMERANGED ON THEM

BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  CHINA'S NEW DECADE

BY JOSE C. SISON: SHAKING THE NATION'S FOUNDATION

BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA: WHAT MAKES CAR THEFT IN PHL LUCRATIVE?

JANUARY 16,  2011
MANILA STANDARD: MISSING THE POINT

STAR SUNDAY LIFE: WHY NOY'S PORSCHE IS NOT AN EXTRAVAGANCE

TRIBUNE: 2 EXTRAVAGANT PEAS IN A POD

JANUARY 13,  2011
BY ERNESTO MACEDA:  HUNGRY, HUNGRIER

BY FEDERICO PASCUAL JR: DOLE-OUTS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR FOOD-JOB STRATEGY

STAR EDITORIAL: CHA-CHA PROPONENTS MUST CLARIFY OBJECTIVES

JANUARY 10,  2011
STAR:  REFORM AGENDA

MANILA TIMES: WHO WANTS PAO CHIEF ACOSTA OUT?

MALAYA: TRANSITION TO NORMAL GROWTH

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  WHEN AMBITION BECOMES LETHAL

JANUARY 6,  2011
BY FEDERICO D. PASCUAL, JR: WILL GERMAN WARNING SCARE NOY ON NAIA 3?

BY DUCKY PAREDES: A WAY OUT OF THE NAIA 3 MESS

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  CORRUPTION IS ISSUE IN NAIA 3

JANUARY 4,  2011
OPINION BY YEN MAKABENTA: A STRATEGIC VIEW OF THE NEW DECADE

OPINION BY NESTOR MATA:  WHERE IS NOYNOY LEADING OUR NATION?

OPINION BY DUCKY PAREDES:  NAIA  3's TROUBLES CONTINUE
 

OPINION BY ERNESTO MACEDA: SHAKE UP NEEDED, SHALANI WATCH

DECEMBER 31,  2010
STAR EDITORIAL: A YEAR OF POSITIVE CHANGE / NEW YEAR: REBIRTH, RESOLUTIONS

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  HONG KONG IS OVER-REACHING

MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL:  THE  LEADER  HE  COULD  BE

DECEMBER 29,  2010
STAR:  FIRST AQUINO BUDGET LAW

MANILA STANDARD: AQUINO'S STRENGTH AND WEAKNESSES

MANILA TIMES:  OBAMA'S  NEW START

BULLETIN:  FROM  PLUNDER TO BRIBERY

DECEMBER 24,  2010
MANILA TIMES:  PINOYS EXPECT A MERRY CHRISTMAS

STAR EDITORIAL:  NOT HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

BULLETIN:  UP FOR GRABS / CEASEFIRE AND NEW LIFE

MALAYA EDITORIAL: MERALCO'S EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  A JOB FOR THE PRESIDENT

DECEMBER 20,  2010
CTALK:  BENDING NOYNOY'S LINE

FRONTLINE: AQUINO JUSTIFIED HIS BOYCOTT OF NOBEL PRIZE AWARDS RITES

OFFICE OF SENATOR KIKO PANGIINAN: MY 12 CHRISTMAS WISHES FOR P-NOY

DECEMBER 15,  2010
TOURISM TOPCOP

ANOTHER CASE FOR TRUTH COMMISSION TO PROBE

FREE AFTER 15 YEARS: CONSCIENCE VOTE

DECEMBER 12,  2010
STAR OPINION:  COMMISSIONING  THE TRUTH

TRIBUNE COMMENTARY: MAKING FOES SUFFER

TIMES EDITORIAL: WIKILEAKS, SIPLOMACY AND GEOPOLITICS

DECEMBER 10,  2010
LETTER FROM TORONTO:  THE PROBLEM WITH PUBLIC POLLS

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL: NOY WANTS CHIEF JUSTICE IMPEACHED

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  TIME FOR AQIUNO TO  PLAY HARDBALL

MANILA STANDARD:  WHAT IMPEACHMENT?

DECEMBER  10,  2010
PHILSTAR EDITORIAL: HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

OPINION:  LIU XIAOBO

DECEMBER 7,  2010
LETTER FROM TORONTO:  OUR GIFT OF HAPPINESS

HAPPINESS VIEWPOINTS: IT DOESN'T TAKE MUCH

LOREN'S ADVOCACY MISSION: A CALL TO USE THE 'HAPPINESS INDEX'

DECEMBER 3,  2010
MALAYA EDITORIAL: NO ROOM FOR 'KULIGLIGS' IN STREETS

PHILSTAR: MANILA DEFERS BAN ON PEDICABS (KULIGLIGS)

ABS-CBN: KULIGLIGS PROTEST, PARALYZES METRO TRAFFIC

DECEMBER 1,  2010
ARE YOUR CURSED TO BE POOR FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE?

OPINION: STRIKE 2

OPINION: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

NOVEMBER 29,  2010
OPINION:  GIVING UP THE  DEMOGRAPHIC AVANTAGE

OPINION:  A BLACK AND WHITE MISTAKE, A BIG ONE

OPINION:  COMELEC CHIEF`S MELODRAMATIC EXIT

NOVEMBER 25,  2010
LETTER FROM TORONTO FILM REVIEW:  LIFE IS A CABARET

BEATLES 'KILL IT' ON iTUNES CHART: FAB 4 IS BACK ON DIGITAL WORLD

FREE  CONCERT: GREENPEACE CELEBRATES 10 YEARS PROTECTING ENVIRONMENT

NOVEMBER 24,  2010
OPINION: HARMFUL MISINTERPRETATIONS

OPINION:  P-NOY  VS  THE  SUPREME COURT

OPINION: THE  WAY  TO  GO

MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL: BUSINESS  RISKS IN INFRASTRUCTURE

AN OUTSIDERS VIEW: PHILIPPINES TO FRY ON ITS OWN FAT--AGAIN

NOVEMBER 20,  2010
LETTER FROM TORONTO: MAINSTREAM AS THE NEW SOCIAL ORDER

A NANNY'S LIFE


DISPELLING THE FILIPINO WORKER STEREOTYPED

OFW SPECIAL:  A NATION OF NANNIES

NOVEMBER 17,  2010
OPINION: JEEPSETTERS

OPINION: WHAT`S IN A NAME?

OPINION: HOW ACCURATE ARE THOSE THINK TANK REPORTS?

OPINION: APEC  2010 A 'HO-HUM' EVENT

NOVEMBER 14,  2010
JOE'S BLOG: THE NEW  PANOPTICON
[Panoptic: Including everything visible in one view]

THE PAPARAZZI INDUSTRY

PERSPECTIVE:  CYBERSECURITY STILL A MYSTERY TO THE MILITARY

NOVEMBER 11,  2010
PHILSTAR OPINION:  WHY FILIPINOS SHOULD BE VERY WARY OF THE U.S.

TRIBUNE COMMENTARY:  RED  FACES

MALAYA OPINION:  CAN  NOYNOY DO IT?

BULLETIN EDITORIAL: WELCOME, PRESIDENT BILL J. CLINTON

NOVEMBER 6,  2010
JOE'S BLOG: GOVERNMENT FOR PRIVATE PROFIT

OPINION: GOODBYE TO FOREIGN INVESTMENT

PERSPECTIVE:  ALARMING DEVELOPMENTS

NOVEMBER 3,  2010
JOE'S BLOG:  THE 4Ps: A POOR STRATEGY AGAINST POVERTY

POPULAR ECONOMICS: POVERTY, THE
 INNOCENT'S  SILENT OPPRESSOR

PRE-ELECTION ANALYSIS:  ATTACKING POVERTY

OCTOBER 29,  2010

PHILSTAR: DARK POSSIBILITY

MALAYA: JESUITS ON THE RH BILL

TIMES: THE LAGUNA DE BAY REHAB SHOULD PROCEED

BULLETIN: FOCUS ON REFORMS

OCTOBER 26,  2010

THE  MORAL  HIGH GROUND

AQUINO'S  ANTI-CONTRACEPTIVE  SMOGASBORD

A 'PROMISING' PRESIDENT

OPINION: THE FICTION OF NON-PARTISAN BARANGAY POLLS

OCTOBER 21,  2010

JOE'S BLOGSPOT: A 'HANDS-OFF' PRESIDENCY

TRIBUNE: GUINGONA AMNESTY ARGUMENT, DANGEROUS

BULLETIN: LESSONS FROM THE CHILE RESCUE

MALAYA EDITORIAL: NOYNOY'S MANAGEMENT STYLE

OCTOBER 16,  2010
JOE'S BLOG: WHY DO WE LEAVE?

PHILIPPINES SUFFER BRAIN DRAIN AS BEST WORKERS GO ABROAD

A BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE:  UNNOTICED MODERN EXODUS FROM THE PHILIPPINES

OCTOBER 10,  2010
FROM JOE'S BLOG:  HEALTHCARE AS A MATTER OF RIGHT

OPINION: FAMILY PLANNING

EDITORIAL:  KASANGGA  (PUBLIC SUPPORT) / 100 DAYS: A DROP OF 12 POINTS

OCTOBER 7,  2010
100 DAYS: NOY GETS ERAP NOD; FLUNKS NDF, GREEN GROUPS' TEST

100 DAYS:  ON SCALE FROM 1 TO 10, BUSINESSMEN GIVE NOY AN 8

FIRST 100 DAYS:  DENR  ON TRACK  MEETING GOALS

FIRST 100 DAYS:  DOH  FIGHTS DENGUE, EXPANDS PHILHEALTH

OCTOBER 4,  2010
WHO WILL BLINK FIRST?

GOD HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES

ENFORCED IGNORANCE  (THE CATHOLIC CHURCH & CORY`S  SON)

HOPEFULLY, AQUINO`S LAST WORD ON FAMILY PLANNING

SEPTEMBER  30,  2010
JOE'S BLOGSPOT:  ALL TALK AND NOTHING  ELSE


ABS-CBN:  ANALYSTS WEIGH ON AQUINO'S FIRST U.S. TRIP

TRIBUNE: ALL  PALACE BACON HYPE

SEPTEMBER  27,  2010
OPINION:  THE CHALLENGE STILL AN IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

PNOY'S UN SPEECH FOUND LACKING, WANTING / FULL TRANSCRIPT OF SPEECH

OPINION:  US MCC AID WITH STRINGS ATTACHED

SEPTEMBER  24,  2010
JOE'S BLOGSPOT:  MEDIATING LUISITA  IS AN EXERCISE IN FUTILITY

NOYNOY AQUINO AND HACIENDA LUISITA

HISTORY:  HACIENDA LUISITA

SEPTEMBER  22,  2010
JOE'S BLOGSPOT:  MARCOS NEVER LEFT THE BUILDING

ELLEN TORDESILLAS:  ETTA, DON'T FORGET MARCOS VICTIMS

STAR HEADLINE TODAY: FM 10,000 VICTIMS GET $10-M SETTLEMENT

SEPTEMBER  19,  2010
FACTS ABOUT JAPAN FOR FILIPINOS

LANGUAGE BECOMES ROADBLOCK  AS JAPAN SEEKS SKILLED WORKERS

PRESS RELEASE: CAREGIVER INDUSTRY SHIFTS WITH NEW REGULATIONS

SEPTEMBER  16,  2010
SLEEPLESS IN NEW YORK

MEDIA AS THE HOSTAGE

IS THE PALACE TALKING TO THE RIGHT 'MEDIA'?

SEPTEMBER  11,  2010
FROM JOE'S BLOG: AMERICA WAGES MODERN CRUSADE

EVEN PASTOR'S OLD CHURCH CONDEMNS QURAN-BURNING / WHO IS TERRY JONES?

COMMENTARY: A REFLECTION ON 9/11 - 'THERE IS NO TIME FOR HATRED'

SEPTEMBER  9,  2010
OPINION:  DRUNK CABINET SECRETARY, CHOSEN FEW

OPINION:  TRAINEE, 'ACTING' OR 'AD INTERIM'?

OPINION:  DFA SECRETARY'S STAYING POWER

OPINION: P.NOY  MUST  SEEK  EXPERIENCED HELP

SEPTEMBER 7,  2010
FROM JOE'S BLOG: AMERICA'S POLICY OF ENDLESS WAR

'MISSION ACCOMPLISHED':  JOE BIDEN'S UPBEAT ASSESSMENT

COMMENTARY:  IRAQ WAR BUNGLED, BUT NECESSARY

SEPTEMBER 4,  2010
PHILIPPINE STAR:  THE  JUDGEMENT OF SOLOMON

MANILA TIMES:  WHAT SHOULD DEFINE US

 MANILA BULLETIN:  HOSTAGE  PROBE NOW IN EARNEST

DAILY TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  A BUNCH OF NINCOMPOOPS / COMMENTARY

SEPTEMBER 1,  2010
OPINION:  NO NEWS IS BAD NEWS

OPINION:  RECIPROCITY

OPINION:  LOST IN TRANSLATION

AUGUST 30,  2010
FROM JOE'S BLOG:  DISPOSABLE DOMESTICS FOR HOW LONG?

ANOTHER BATCH OF DISTRESSED OFWs RETURNED HOME FROM SAUDIA ARABIA

MANILA HOSTAGE CRISIS  GUNMAN WAS A FRUSTRATED COP

AUGUST 27,  2010
PHILSTAR:  BUNGLED  JOB

PHILSTAR: PATHETIC

MALAYA:  CONFUSION HAS NOT STOPPED

BULLETIN:  LAND OF THE MOURNING

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  GROW UP PEOPLE

AUGUST 23,  2010
JOE'S BLOG:  BETWEEN THE LANDLORD AND A FARMER

TRIBUNE:  WAS NINOY'S DEATH A U.S. OPERATION?

BULLETIN:  OF POSTERS AND WANG-WANG

AUGUST 20,  2010
OPINION:  COCONUTS, BANANAS AND LAZYBOY SOLUTIONS

OPINION:  CIVILIAN SUPREMACY

OPINION:  DRAW  THE  LINE

AUGUST 16,  2010
OPINION:  P-NOY MUST BEWARE OF THE 'WHISPERERS' AROUND HIM

OPINION:  BLEEDING  HEARTS

OPINION:  P-NOY'S PRESIDENCY  HANGS ON LUISITA

AUGUST 10,  2010
FILIPINAS  IN SOUTHEAST ASIA WARNED VS 'CUSTOMS SCAM'

SON  DATO DEFENDED GMA AT HOUSE OVER LEFTIST SOLON'S INSULTS

NATION: PALACE LEAVES FATE OF LUISITA DEAL TO SC / AT ODDSl FARMERS' REPS

AUGUST 5,  2010
STAR EDITORIAL:  DECENT WAGE

OPINION:  NO QUICK FIX FOR PAL

OPINION:  WORLD-CLASS SKILLS NEED WORLD-CLASS PAY

AUGUST 2,  2010
FROM JOE'S BLOG:  NOYNOY'S SONA -MORE OF THE SAME PLUNDER

F. SIONIL JOSE'S OPEN LETTER TO NOYNOY

WHAT SHOWBIZ COMMUNITY EXPECTED FROM NOY'S 1st SONA

JULY 30,  2010
TRIBUNE OPINION:  FRACTIOUS  LP  EYES  BIG  PIE

STAR OPINION:  NO MORE BUSINESS AS USUAL

MALAYA OPINION:  DISAPPOINTED & DISGUSTED

JULY 27,  2010
REACTIONS: NOYNOY'S  1st  SONA

INQUIRER EDITORIAL:  BUDGET  SAFEGUARD

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  KEEPING  FAITH

OPINION:  POST-SONA  POLITICAL  REALITIES
ST
PRESIDENT'S MEN & WOMEN:  CORY'S  LOYAL PSG CHIEF  TAKES  HELM  AT  DND

PRESIDENT'S MEN & WOMEN:  DFA CHIEF READY TO SERVE A LITTLE LONGER

PRESIDENT'S MEN & WOMEN: PEACE ADVISER GETS 2nd CHANCE TO PUSH PEACE

JULY 21,  2010
OPINION:  TYPHOON BASYANG, A WAKE-UP CALL

OPINION:  CONFLICTED INTERESTS

OPINION:  COLORUM  UNDERSECRETARIES

JULY 17,  2010
LUCIO TAN'S DAUGHTER & WARREN BUFFET

NBI CHIEF:  NO SPECIAL  JAIL  CELL  FOR LACSON

TRILLANES  POSTS  BAIL  IN  2997 HOTEL SIEGE CASE

JULY 15,  2010
PRESIDENT'S MEN & WOMEN:  DPWH CHIEF WANTS TO LEAD BY EXAMPLE

PRESIDENT'S MEN & WOMEN: FORMER UNDERSECRETARY ACCEPTS TO LEAD D.A.R.

PRESIDENT'S MEN & WOMEN:  DENR CHIEF SEEKS CLEARING OF WATERWAYS

JULY 10,  2010
OPINION: PLATE NO. XYZ-999  / EDITORIAL: NO MORE 'PUEDE NA'

OPINION: DEATH WISH?

OPINION:  UNWASHING  THE WHITEWASHED

JULY 6, 2010
FREEMAN EDITORIAL:  TOO MUCH  ABOUT WANG-WANG

JUNE 30, 2010
P-GMA  TO  CONTINUE RP  REFORM AGENDA IN CONGRESS

P-GMA MOUTHPIECES BID FAREWELL TO MEDIA / AWARDS COMELEC OFFICIALS
 

RP  COAST  GUARDS  CITED  IMPROVED  CAPABILITY  UNDER P-GMA

JUNE 28, 2010
OPINION:  GOD BLESS THE  PRESIDENT

OPINION:  TRANSPARENCY

OPINION:  LESSONS  LEARNED

OPINION:  THE  CART  BEFORE  THE HORSE, AGAIN

JUNE 24, 2010
NICE RIDE: 1 PESO PER KILOMETER PER MINUTE ON THE PASIG RIVER

CEBU: MANDAUE LOOKS FORWARD TO INTERNATIONAL PORT'S TRANSFER

'ARAW NG MAYNILA' DECLARED A HOLIDAY

JUNE 21, 2010
OPINION:  DESPAIR IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

OPINION:  THE  POWER  TO  DISAPPOINT

OPINION:  A  BETTER  MAYOR  FOR  DILG POST?

STAR EDITORIAL:  ' A MINOR PROBLEM' AT THE NAIA

JUNE 16, 2010
PINOY WIT AND HUMOR THAT FITS:  P-NOY  AND  VP-NAY

10-DAY CERTIFICATE COURSE IN GOVERNANCE:  PACMAN  GOES  BACK  TO  SCHOOL

CONGRESSWOMAN-ELECT LUCY TORRES-GOMEZ FACES STORMY 1st YR IN OFFICE?

JUNE 14, 2010
VP-ELECT BINAY: GLAD IT"S  OVER

DFA  TO  ISSUE  ENW  PASSPORT  TO  NOYNOY

NOYNOY:  JUST  CALL  ME  P-NOY

12,000 COPS WILL MAN METRO FOR SCHOOL OPENING

JUNE 10, 2010
NOYNOY'S  BIGGEST  CHALLENGE  IS  HANDLING  THE  U.S.  AND  CHINA

THE  SON  ALSO  RISES

NATION  IS  NOW  ALL EARS  TO  AQUINO'S  EVERY  WORD

HOPES OF OUR FOUNDING FATHERS:  THE  OLD  AND  THE  NEW

JUNE 7, 2010
A NEW CHAPTER FOR MANAY GINA DE VENECIA

SHALANI SOLEDAD:  FIRST LADY-IN-WAITING?

TEST TUBE CARABAO NAMED 'ERAP' NOW FULLY GROWN

JUNE 4, 2010
CBCP: CHURCH  WEDDINGS GETTING  TOO COSTLY FOR FILIPINO COUPLES

BROWNOUTS  IN  CEBU  TO  LAST  UNTIL  JUNE 8

BISHOP BLAMES TELENOVELAS FOR DWINDLING MARRIAGES IN RP

JUNE 1, 2010
THE  PRESIDENT'S  MEN

THE  UPPERS  AND  DOWNERS

CRISIS  CONSIDERATIONS

MAY 29, 2010
FREEMAN EDITORIAL: A VERY GOOD POINT BY MORATO

A TALE OF 2 STORIES

NOYNOY  FOR  REPRODUCTIVE  HEALTH

MAY 25, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL: BEHIND THE MASKS OF KOALA BOY / LOCSIN  VS ERMITA

OLD WOUNDS

VALUABLE COUNSEL FROM NOY'S ELDERS

MAY 22, 2010
NOYNOY  EYED  AS  ANTI-SMOKING  POSTER  BOY

FIL-AM CHEF AT WHITE HOUSE ON WAY OOUT?

ZAMBO CITY FOLKS ASK GOVT TO ACT  ON  POWER WOES

MAY 18, 2010
SURIGAO LAKAS  BETS WINNERS / MAYOR WINNERS: BINAY'S ON, BAUTISTA. LIM

LAGUNA GOVERNOR:  'ER' EJERCITO WINS LANDSLIDE VICTORY VS JOEY LINA

PANLILIO NO LONGER ALLOWED TO GO BACK TO PRIESTHOOD

MAY 14, 2010
IT AIN'T OVER YET 'TIL CONGRESS CONVENES TO DETERMINE FINAL RESULTS

THE  EMPIRE  STRIKES  BACK

ON TRACK:  HERE  WE  GO AGAIN

SAME OLD POLITICAL LANDSCAPE

MAY 9, 2010
MITING DE AVANCE VIDEOS: PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS 2010

MAY 7, 2010
DON'T PANIC!

PRAYING  FOR  HOPE

RULE IN DEMOCRATIC ELECTION: SECRET BALLOTING, PUBLIC COUNTING

ITS CRAZY, CRAZY, CRAZY!

MAY 5, 2010
MALAYA EDITORIAL: HANG 'SM HIGH, A MIRACLE COULD STILL HAPPEN!

WHO WILL WIN THE PRESIDENCY?

SMARTMATIC MACHINES:  DISCOMBOBULATED

MAY 3, 2010
KOREANIZATION OF SUBIC FREEPORT

DON'T SELL YOUR VOTE - THINK COUNTRY!

IT'S NOW TIME FOR MORE SOBER, CALMER TONES

MAY 1, 2010
OPINION: AUTOMATED ELECTION SYSTEM WINS!

OPINION:  ECLECTIC CANDIDATE-CHOICES & POLITICL HEDGING

THE VOTE 2010: KNOW YOUR PARTY LIST BETS

APRIL 29, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL: CAMPAIGN PROMISES  /  OPINION BY NESTOR MATA

OPINION: WHY WE SHOULD NOT  TAKE SURVEYS SERIOUSLY

OPINION: IT'S ALL OVER  BUT THE LYING, THE FAKING & CHEATING CONTINUES

APRIL 28, 2010
PHILIPPINE STAR: ELECTORAL MACHINERY AND RHETORIC

MANILA BULLETIN:  WAR OF THE PRESIDENTIABLES

MANILA TIMES: LOCAL POLLS MORE EXCITING, UNPREDICTABLE

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  PRE-ELECTION SURVEYS NOT PULSE OF ELECTORATE

APRIL 24, 2010
BINAY  ZOOMS  AHEAD OF  LEGARDA - SURVEY

THE VOTE 2010: PERFECTO RIVAS YASAY, JR. BANGON VP BET

A DAY IN THE LIFE... OF  JUN  YASAY

VICE PRESIDENTIAL BET YASAY ECHOES FEAR OF POLL FAILURE

APRIL 20, 2010
THE VOTE 2010: BAYANI FERNANDO FLORES

A DAY IN THE LIFE... OF BAYANI FERNANDO

FERNANDO WON'T ABANDON GORDON

APRIL 18, 2010
TEARFUL POPE SAYS CHURCH WILL BETTER  PROTECT YOUNG

THE  BEST  OF  SUBURBAN LIVING

INTERNATIONAL CULINARY SCHOOL RISES IN DAVAO

APRIL 14, 2010
FROM 'KARITON' CLASROOM TO HOUSE FOR STREET KIDS

LOREN, HENRY SY, AL GORE & HSBC ON CLIMATE CHANGE

'MUST'  READ ON RIZAL FOR OFFICIAL CANDIDATES

APRIL 11, 2010
THE VOTE 2010:  MANUEL 'MAR' ARANETA  ROXAS

MAR  THE  TECHNOCRAT HAS FUNNY SIDE, TOO

ERAP:  KING  OR  KINGMAKER?

APRIL 9, 2010
BY JOSE SISON:  VOTER'S  GUIDELINES

BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  GIBO'S  LADY LUCK IS NOW SMILING AT HIM

BY JARIUS BONDOC:  AUTOMATION ONLY 25% CHANCE OF SUCCESS (3)

APRIL 5, 2010
BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN: TRAVELLER

BY CITO BELTRAN: BACOLOD-SILAY AIRPORT MODERNIZATION BACKWARD

CEBU: KNOW YOUR CANDIDATES - JOHN HENRY R. OSMEÑA, FOR MAYOR

APRIL 3, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL:  WRONG  INK

DOMINI TORREVILLAS:  WAS  MANNY VILLAR  POOR?

FEDERICO PASCUAL: INSTEAD OF BOYCOTT, VOTE FOR SURE-LOSER PARTY-LIST

MARCH 31, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL:  FAILED EXPERIMENT (PARTY-LIST SYSTEM)

BY ELLEN TORDESILLAS:  HOLDING ARROYO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE AMPATUANS

BY DUCKY PAREDES:  CRITERIA  FOR  VOTING

MARCH 29, 2010
BULACAN:  HUNDREDS OF LANTERNS GLOW AS BULAKENYOS JOIN EARTH HOUR

PAMPANGA: FOREIGNERS BANNED FROM PARTICIPATING IN CRUCIFIXIONS

THE  CANDIDATES: BRO. EDDIE VILLANUEVA

MARCH 26, 2010
NEWS FEATURE: KAPATIRAN VP BET WANTS TO KNOW WHY HE'S IGNORED

THE VOTE 2010: EDUARDO 'BRO. EDDIE' CRUZ VILLANUEVA

A DAY IN THE LIFE... OF BRO. EDDIE

MARCH 24, 2010
BY  JOEY  CONCEPCION:  WOMANPOWER

BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN: LAST BULWARK OF DEMOCRACY

BY JARIUS BONDOC:  LP DOUBTS  AUTOMATION;  JBC INHIBITIONS NEEDED

MARCH 22, 2010
OPINION:  MARITES  VITUG'S  'NOLI ME TANGERE'

OPINION:  THE  VP  RACE - LOREN

OPINION:  THE  LAST  100  DAYS
 

MARCH 20, 2010
LOREN, MAR WORD WAR HEATING UP

VOTE 2010: ONE HEARTBEAT AWAY, LORNA REGINA 'LOREN' BAUTISTA LEGARDA

LOREN COPING  WITH RIGORS  OF  CAMPAIGN

MARCH 15, 2010
POWER CRISIS:  REAL, CONTRIVED OR GOD-GIVEN?

BY SARA SOLIVEN DE GUZMAN:  REMEMBERING A BELOVED PRESIDENT

BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  RULING  CLASS

MARCH 13, 2010
BY WILSON LEE FLORES: 20 CHALLENGES FACING SMAs IN RP IN 2010

BY DEAN ANDY BAUTISTA:  PASS YOUR PAPER

EDITORIAL:  16  BETS  ALREADY  MURDERED  AND  COUNTING

MARCH 11, 2010
BY DUCKY PAREDES:  GIBO'S  CHANCES

BY NESTOR MATA:  PRESIDENTIAL  MARCH  GETTING  HOT

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  CORRUPTION, CULTURAL FLAW?

MARCH 9, 2010
VOTE 2010-THE CANDIDATE:  RICHARD JUICO GORDON

A DAY IN THE LIFE... OF DICK GORDON

BANGIT  APPOINTMENT AS NEW  AFP CHIEF RAISES SUSPICIONS - GORDON

MARCH 7, 2010
BY WILLIAM ESPOSO: VELARDE, VILLAR AND THEIR BUSINESS TIES THAT BIND

BY CARMEN PEDROSA:  GIBO  READY  TO  SPRINT

PDEA  CHECKS REPORT LINKING  POLITICIANS, GOVT EXECS TO DRUG TRADE

MARCH 5, 2010
FROM LOS ANGELES: CALIFORNIANS URGED TO RAISE QUAKE AWARENESS

BY BOBIT AVILA:  LATEST  SURVEY DONE BY NON-POLITICIANS

BY REY GAMBOA:  READERS  LOOK AT THE PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANTS

MARCH 3, 2010
VOTE 2010-THE CANDIDATE:  GILBERTO EDUARDO COJUANGCO TEODORO, JR.

A  DAY  IN  THE  LIFE... OF GIBO TEODORO

POSITIVE  CAMPAIGN  HELPS  GIBO  FIGHT  STRESS

MARCH 1, 2010
ERAP'S SPEECH AT NEXT PRESIDENT FORUM AT LYCEUM OF RP CAMPUS

ERAP'S LIFE IS AN OPEN BOOK

VOTE 2010-THE  CANDIDATES:  JOSEPH 'ERAP' ESTRADA

FEBRUARY 27, 2010
MANILA TIMES:  ENEMY OF DEMOCRACY

BULLETIN EDITORIAL:  LET  US  NOT  FORGET  EDSA

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  AFP  MODERNIZATION

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  ABUSED  PARTY-LIST  SYSTEM

STAR EDITORIAL:  POWER  FAILURE

FEBRUARY 25, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL:  SORE  LOSERS

IN 1986 EDSA FILIPINOS WERE UNITED  BEHIND  A GOOD, HONEST LEADER

POLITICIZED

A  FAILURE  OF  DEMOCRACY

FEBRUARY 23, 2010
THE E DSA REVOLUTION:  SEEDS

AQUINO AND VILLAR  ON  PATH  OF  MUTUAL DESTRCUTION?
 

HOW  TRUTHFUL  ARE  THE  VILLAR  AND  ERAP  ADS?

DID  EDSA  FAIL?

FEBRUARY 21, 2010
NOYNOY ON GIRLFRIENDS: "IN MULTIPLE OF FOURS" INCLUDING HEARTBREAKS

A DAY IN THE LIFE... OF NOYNOY AQUINO

VOTE 2010-THE CANDIDATE: BENIGNO SIMEON COJUANGCO AQUINO III

BY YOUNG STAR COLUMNIST:  CLEANING UP THE ELECTIONS

FEBRUARY 19, 2010
BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  CATCHING UP ... THE ECONOMY

BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  WIN OR LOSE VILLAR  IS  PREPARED

BY ROBERTO ROMULO:  POLL  SURVEY  FIRMS  ON  THE  DOCK

FEBRUARY 17, 2010
VOTE 2010-THE CANDIDATE:  MANUEL BAMBA VILLAR, JR.

A DAY IN THE LIFE... OF MANNY VILLAR

VOTE 2010: SO YOU WANT TO BE PRESIDENT?
Manuel Bamba Villar Jr.

FEBRUARY 15, 2010
BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  STAR  WARS

BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  DOH,  IT'S  ABOUT TIME

BY BOO CHANCO:  ECONOMY IS TOP ISSUE BUGGING VOTERS

FEBRUARY 13, 2010
PHILSTAR BY DOMINI TORREVILLAS:  VYING  JOJO  BINAY  SEAT

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  KEEP  REFORMS  MOVING

TRIBUNE BY NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES:  BETTER OUT, THAN IN POLITICS

MALAYA BY LITO BANAYO:  FAKES

FEBRUARY 11, 2010
ALEJANDRO ROCES:  WE  ARE  NOW  CALLED  ASIA'S  LAGGARD

BY WILLIAM ESPOSO:  THE  IMPERATIVES  FOR  THE  TOP '5'

BY JOEY CONCEPCION: MAY  THE  BEST  WIN

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL:  THE POLLS - A TRAVESTY

FEBRUARY 9, 2010
OPINION:  CASTING  VOTES

OPINION:  GORDON  SURE  ON ELECTION  DAY

OPINION:  GRINGO'S  GROSS ADVICE TO PING:  RUN  AND  HIDE

OPINION:  'POLITICALLY MOTIVATED' DOES NOT ACQUIT A CRIMINAL

FEBRUARY 7, 2010
UNCALLED  FOR:  UNCLE  HARRY  COMING  OVER  TO  BABY-SIT PINOYS

WAS  MANNY  VILLAR  REALLY  EVER  POOR?

EMOTION  AND  ANGER  OF  EDSA 1 & 2  WANING

THE CHIEF JUSTICE POST:  CORONA  ACCEPTANCE

FEBRUARY 5, 2010
OPINION:  NOYNOY  NEEDS  MORE  FIRE  IN  HIS  BELLY

OPINION:  5043  TURNAROUND  BY THE TEODOROS

OPINION:  'CHEAP  JUSTICE' ,  'MONEY  VILLAROYO'

OPINION:  THE  SENATOR  AND  C-5

FEBRUARY 3, 2010
COLLECT  TAXES  FOR  THE  POOR

OPINION:  COMELEC  HAS  ONE WEEK TO FINISH  AUTOMATION

OPINION:  HANDS OFF - LOYALTY TO PARTY AND ITS HEAD

JANUARY  31, 2010
OPINION:  WHY  THE  REDS  ARE  AQUINO  PHOBES

OPINION:  WHO  WILL  BENEFIT  FROM  THE  SENATE  CONTROVERSY?

OPINION:  PCOS  MACHINES  MUST  BE  ERROR-FREE  ALL  THE TIME

OPINION:  POLITICS  AS  BUSINESS

JANUARY  29, 2010
PHNO OPINION OF THE DAY:  DISGRACEFUL

DAILY INQUIRER EDITORIAL:  RIGHT TO KNOW, NOW

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  MONEY  VILLAR

MANILA BULLETIN:  ANOTHER CHANCE TO ERADICATE POVERTY

TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  MIDNIGHT MANEUVER

JANUARY  27, 2010
MANLIA TIMES: SURVEYS, LIKE MOST IN THIS WORLD, ARE NOT FAIR

BULLETIN OPINION:  ENERGIZING THE BUREAUCRACY

TRIBUNE:  VILLAR,  DESTROYING HIMSELF

MALAYA:  A CONSPIRACY TO CONTINUE AN ILLEGITIMATE  REGIME

OPINION:  A  FULL-TIME  PRESIDENTIAL  PRESS SECRETARY

JANUARY  25, 2010
OPINION:  WHY  DOES  GOD  TAKE  AWAY  THE  GOOD ONES?

OPINION:  NINE  YEARS  AFTER

OPINION:  GIBO'S  CAMPAIGN  VEHICLE

BIZ OPINION:  WHAT  TO  EXPECT  FROM  NINOY

JANUARY  23, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL: CHALLENGE  FOR  THE  NEXT  ADMINISTRATION

OPINION:  MORE  CONSTITUTIONAL  INFIRMITIES  EXPOSED!

OPINION:  RUN  OFF  (ELECTION OF A PLURALITY PRESIDENT)

OPINION: OF COURSE, THERE WILL NEVER BE CHARTER CHANGE - NOW OR EVER

JANUARY  21, 2010
OPINION:  CERGE

OPINION:  WHY  NOYNOY  HAS THE BEST SOLUTION  TO POVERTY

OPINION:  THE PLATFORM GAME

OPINION:  THE  PLOT

JANUARY  19, 2010
OPINION: AN ANGEL OF HOPE & UNITY, MARIA VOCE OF THE 'FOCOLARE' IS HERE

OPINION:  THE  TRUTH  ABOUT  NOYNOY

OPINION: POLITICAL TUG-OF-WAR OVER SUPREME COURT CHIEF'S SUCCESSOR

OPINION:  FINANCIAL  ADVISORS  &  IPOs

JANUARY  17, 2010
OPINION: THE PEOPLE WANT CHANGE, THEY WANT BOLD NEW MEASURES

OPINION:  BIG  BLUNDER  NOYNOY  MADE

OPINION:  EXPLOITATION  WORSENS  PLIGHT  OF  POOR  HAITIANS

OPINION:  WILL  IT  NARROW  TO A NOYNOY  OR MANNY  CONTEST?

OPINION:  OUR  COUNTRY'S  SHAME

JANUARY  15, 2010
STAR EDITORIAL:  THE  NPA - BIGGEST  ILLEGAL  ARMED  GROUP

OPINION:  PREMATURE  MIDNIGHT  MOVES

OPINION:  DO  NOT  CROSS  THIS  LINE

OPINION:  COMPETITIVENESS

JANUARY  13, 2010
OPINION:  FIGHTING  TARGET

OPINION:  SENATE  PRESIDENT  WANTED?

OPINION:  PERMANENT & TOTAL DISABILITY; CASE OF A SEAMAN

JANUARY  11, 2010
CEBU HEADLINE NEWS FROM 'THE FREEMAN':

PLANAS: GMA BEST EVER RP PRESIDENT; 'A HUMAN BEING WHO  HAS DONE MUCH'

VILLAR:  NO  ON-THE-JOB  TRAINING  FOR  NEXT PRESIDENT

GOAT  FARMING  GETS  BOOST  IN  CENTRAL  VISAYAS

MABOLO, ANS CHAMPIONS OF SINULOG SA KABATAAN-DAKBAYAN

JANUARY  9, 2010
CEBU HEADLINE NEWS FROM 'THE FREEMAN':

ARROYO  APPROVES  GUADALUPE  SPLIT

AN  ALL  CEBU  THEME:  PARADE  USHERS  IN  SINULOG

FILIPINO NURSES IN U.S. SEEK  END  TO  VISA  RETROGRESSION

HOURS OF MEDITATION FAIL TO  SAVE DEAL:  NO PACQUIAO-MAYWEATHER BOUT

JANUARY  7, 2010
OPINION:  PLANS  AND  PROGRESS

OPINION:  THE  PASSION  GILBERT  TEODORO  MUST  OVERCOME

OPINION:  WHY  BSP  GOV.  TETANGCO  GLOWS  WITH OPTIMISM FOR 2010

JANUARY  5, 2010
FROM CEBU:  AFTER 'SINULOG' TOMMY  O TO U.S. FOR MEDICAL CHECK-UP

FOR PINOYS:  HOPE SPRING ETERNAL... ESPECIALLY FOR 2010

FERNANDO: PINOYS  SHOULD  STOP  ACTING, THINKING  POOR TO SOLVE POVERTY

JANUARY  3, 2010
RP  POPULATION  TO  REACH  94  THIS  YEAR

2009  KILLER  FIRECRACKERS:  AN 'AMPATUAN'  &  'GOODBYE GLORIA'

MILITANTS  BEGIN  GMA  STEP-DOWN  COUNTDOWN

JANUARY  1, 2010
MALAYA EDITORIAL:  PEACE OF THE GRAVE, THE 'AMPATUAN FORMULA'

INQUIRER EDITORIAL:  'ANNUS  HORRIBILIS'

TIMES EDITORIAL: YEAR OF UNPRECEDENTED TRIBULATION, UNITY, RESISTANCE

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  OPPORTUNITIES  FOR  CHANGE  AND  REFORM

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  CHALLENGES  IN  THE YEAR  AHEAD

HAPPY  NEW  YEAR !

DECEMBER 28, 2009
PINOYS  CELEBRATE  NIÑOS INOCENTES  TODAY

YEARENDER:  79 OF  LAWMAKERS  GRADUATING  FROM  HOUSE

YEARENDER:  2009  AN  ACTION-PACKED  YEAR  FOR  SENATORS

ALQAEDA-TIED NIGERIAN CHARGED  IN  DETROIT  AIRLINER  BOMB ATTACK

DECEMBER 26, 2009
OPINION:  'XMAS'  IS  NOT  EVIL,  IT  IS  DIFFERENT

STREET  CHILDREN'S  DAY   /   NEW  RANK  FOR  H. ALVAREZ

STREET  CHILDREN  AND  HOLY  INNOCENTS

OPINION:  PRESIDENT  ARROYO  LOBBIED  RP'S  CASE  IN COPENHAGEN

DECEMBER 23, 2009
OPINION:  SENATORSHIP

OPINION:  BODYGUARD  DUTY

OPINION:  CHRISTMAS  DEADLIEST  TIME  OF  THE  YEAR

DECEMBER 21, 2009
FOR A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT:  MANILA  WATER  EXPANDS WASTEWATER SERVICE

FOR  THE  CHILDREN  AT  CHRISTMAS

AFTER ONDOY & PEPENG:  HOME  FOR THE 'DISPLACEDs'  FOR THE HOLIDAYS

DECEMBER 19, 2009
STAR EDITORIAL:  PORK-HUNGRY

COLUMN:  MEXICO'S  CHRISTMAS  GIFTS TO THE PHILIPPINES

OPINION:  LOST  PEARL  OF  THE  ORIENT  SEAS

OPINION:  IT IS NOT JUST ABOUT  NOYNOY

DECEMBER 17, 2009
OPINION:  THE  ATENEO AT 150

OPINION:  FALSE PROSPERITY  SEEN  NEXT  YEAR DURING THE POLLS

OPINION:  GIBO TEODORO MUST ACCOUNT FOR MAGUINDANAO, OTHER ISSUES

OPINION:  UNJUDGED

DECEMBER 15, 2009
MAYON  SET  TO  ERUPT;  EVACUATION  ORDERED

PACQUIAO  WANTS  RIVAL  BUSINESSMAN  CHIONGBIAN  DISQUALIFIED

CEBU:  ARCHBISHOP CARDINAL VIDAL  TAKES A BREAK  FROM DAWN MASS

DECEMBER 13, 2009
PHILSTAR EDITORIAL:  CATEGORY  UPGRADE

COLUMN:  STATE'S  SELF-DEFENSE:  PREEMPTIVE  MARTIAL  LAW

COLUMN:  KALIWA'T  KANAN  DEDBOL

DECEMBER 11, 2009
COLUMN OF THE DAY: 'BRO', ORCHESTRA, OR THE CIRCUS?  THE POLITE SOCIETY

BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  A  FEW  GOOD  MEN

BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  VICIOUS  CYCLE  OF  VIOLENCE

BY JOSE SISON:  FLAWED LAW; DEFECTS IN OUR 1987 FREEDOM CONSTITUTION

DECEMBER 9, 2009
NEWS FEATURE:  DECOY  USED  IN  AMPATUAN, SR. TRANSFER TO HOSPITAL

2010  ELECTIONS  MAY  BE  VIOLENT  SAYS  FENG  SHUI  MASTER

UK  CHARITY  WALK  RAISES  RP  £4,000  FOR HOUSES, SCHOOLS  IN  TONDO

DECEMBER 7, 2009
OPINION:  DO  WE  DESERVE  THE  LEADERSHIP  WE  HAVE?

OPINION:  GORDON-FERNANDO TANDEM, CORRECT  BUT  UNWISE  CHOICE

OPINION:  NO  MARTIAL  LAW  IN  MAGUINDANAO 'MILF' AREAS

DECEMBER 5, 2009
OPINION:  THE DURESA ACTION PLAN

OPINION:  A  WOMAN  OF  HER  OWN

OPINION:  SHOULD GMA RUN?

OPINION:  ONE  DAY  IN  KORONADAL

OPINION: 3 DAYS TO COPENHAGEN:  BUILDING NOAH'S ARK FOR 21st CENTURY

DECEMBER 3, 2009
OPINION:  GOVT  OFFICIALS  SHOULD  BE  THE  EXAMPLE

OPINION: PANDERING POLITICIANS

OPINION:  GMA'S  UTTERLY  SELF-DEMEANING ACT

DECEMBER 1, 2009
CITY OF MANILA: LIM, MORENO SEEK  RE-ELECTION  / ATIENZA  TO  FILE  COC TODAY

BRO. EDDIE  FILES  COC  FOR  PRESIDENT  / MARK JIMENEZ RUNNING  FOR  PRESIDENT

NUEVA  ECIJA  POLITICS  HEATS  UP

SLEEPLESS  AT  THE  NBI:  AMPATUAN, JR.  FEARS  GHOSTS, NOT  HIS CONSCIENCE

NOVEMBER 29, 2009
BRITISH  ENVOY'S  WIFE  JILL  BECKINGHAM  WALKS  FOR  TONDO  SCHOOL

NOGRALES  FILE  COC  FOR  DAVAO  MAYOR

GWEN'S  ONE  CEBU PARTY  BACKS  GIBO  BUT  NOT  EDU

NOVEMBER 27, 2009
OPINION:  ONLY  IN  THE  PHILIPPINES

OPINION:  SEPARATE  BALLOTING  TO  THWART  WARLORDS

OPINION:  INDICTMENT

OPINION:  PEACE  AND  ORDER  GONE  MAD

NOVEMBER 25, 2009
OPINION:  AMPATUAN  DYNASTY  GREW  UNDER  ARROYO

OPINION:  THEIR  DOG,  THEIR  FAULT  ( ASO NILA, KASALANAN NILA)

OPINION:  A  GRACEFUL  EXIT

OPINION:  A  TEST  FOR  GMA

OPINION:  THE  PRESIDENTIAL  FORUM

NOVEMBER 23, 2009
NCRPO  PROPOSES  SPY CAMERAS  ON MALL  PARKING AREAS

SHOPPERS  URGED  TO  SHUN  TOXIC  GIFTS

CONGRESS  CREATES  10  NEW  DISTRICTS

NOVEMBER 21, 2009
IN METRO, SERIOUS  BETS  AVOID  FIRST  DAY  OF  COC  FILING

WHISTLE-BLOWER  FIRST TO FILE COC FOR MAYOR IN CEBU CITY

CEBU:  WARRING  POLITICAL  LEADERS  TOM, MARY ANN  JOIN SILENT RALLY

NOVEMBER 19, 2009
OPINION:  CLIMATE  CHANGE CONSCIOUSNESS  WEEK

FREEMAN OPINION:  NO MANDATORY INSURANCE FOR OUR MIGRANTS!

OPINION:  CYNTHIA  ON  HUSBAND  MANNY  VILLAR

NOVEMBER 17, 2009
MAYON  CRATER  GLOW  GROWS  MORE  INTENSE

STAR  EDITORIAL:  ALL  IN  THE  FAMILY

OPINION:  MESSAGE  DELIVERED

NOVEMBER 15, 2009
PINAY AGRI RESEARCHER GETS JAPAN INT'L AWARD / PINOY  ACCENT  STILL  GOOD

PINOY  MATH,  SCIENCE  WHIZ  KIDS  BAG  MEDALS  IN  INT'L  OLYMPIAD

8  KILLED  AS  TRUCK  PLUNGES  INTO  RAVINE  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA

NOVEMBER 14, 2009
BY  JB  BAYLON:  AND  THERE  WERE  FOUR

BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  UNFREEZING  OIL  PRICES

BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  ASSISTANCE, MESSAGE  OF  SOLIDARITY

BY JARIUS BONDOC:  PALACE  ANTI-GRAFT OFFICE  IS  HOME  TO  BOSS'  PETS

NOVEMBER 12, 2009
BINAY  BIDS  FAREWELL  TO  MAKATI  RESIDENTS

MANILA  VICE  MAYOR  ISKO  MORENO  JOINS  VILLAR  AS  AN  NP

MAYON  SPEWS  ASH,  THREATENS TO  ERUPT, EVACUATION  READIED

NOVEMBER 10, 2009
EDBANE  JOINS  2010 DERBY AS STANDARD BEARER OF A  LABOR PARTY

PANLILIO  TO TAKE OATH  AS  LP; PINEDA RUNNING  FOR GOVERNOR

BINAY  WANTS  STRONGER  LGUs  AFTER  'ONDOY'

NOVEMBER 8, 2009
STAR OPINION:  ANOTHER  EXCELLENT  SAMPLE  OF  PASSION  FOR  NOYNOY

MANILA TIMES OPINION:  LAKAS  PARTY  IMPLODING

TRIBUNE OPINION:  EO 839- IT CUTS  BOTH WAYS

NOVEMBER 6, 2009
OPINION:  CLEAN UP  FIRST

OPINION:  COMELEC  CAUGHT  DIZZY  IN  POLL  PREPARATIONS

STAR  EDITORIAL:  A  SUSTAINED  EFFORT  /  LOREN  INSPECTS  LAGUNA  FLOODS

NOVEMBER 4, 2009
INQUIRER EDITORIAL:  THE  TARGET (POLITICAL ASPECT OF THE KIDNAPPING)

TRIBUNE OPINION:  THAT  OIL  PRICE  FREEZE

MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL:  UNFASHIONABLE (VOTERS REGISTRATION)

STAR  EDITORIAL:  PROFLIGATE (USE OF PUBLIC MONEY)

NOVEMBER 2, 2009
DAN  MARIANO:  DID  VILLAR  DISRUPT  PACQUIAO'S  TRAINING?

FLORO MERCENE:  PROBLEM  OF  CHIZ,  NONOY  AND  GIBO

NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES:  SPEAKER  GLORIA

ELLEN  TORDESILLAS:  ON  HIS  OWN

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  'GHOSTS'  OF  ELECTION  PAST  AND  PRESENT

OCTOBER 31, 2009
OPINION:  A  VISIONARY  WHOSE  TIME  HAS  COME

OPINION:  CHIZ  WHIZ

OPINION:  ERAP  RUNNING  FOR  ALL  THE  WRONG  REASONS!

OCTOBER 29, 2009
14-FOOT  WHALE  SHARK  FOUND  DEAD  IN  MANILA  BAY

CHRISTMAS  CHILL  COMES  EARLY  IN  BAGUIO

DAGUPAN:  RP'S  FIRST  FISH  CEMETERY  SPRUCED  UP  FOR  ALL  SAINTS'  DAY

OCTOBER 27, 2009
PNP  PULLS  OUT  PERSONNEL  FROM  CALAMITY-HIT  AREAS

ONDOY, PEPENG  BRING  BACK  SAD  MEMORIES  TO  BICOLANOS

PLASTIC GARBAGE:  FLOOD-WEARY  PAMPANGA  FOLK LAUNCHED  'ALANG PLASTIKAN'

OCTOBER 25, 2009
BABE  ROMUALDEZ:  POLITICAL  ROAD  MAP

WILLIAM ESPOSO:  CAN'T  WE  OUTGROW  OUR IMAGINARY  'ROMANCE' W/ THE U.S.?

FEDERICO PASCUAL, JR:  CAREER  DEPT  HEADS  LIKELY  TO BALK  OR  TALK

OCTOBER 23, 2009
MALAYA OPINION: WILL  VOX POPULI SHOUT THE HURRAHS, OR A  TIRED ROAR

TRIBUNE  OPINION:  DEMONIZING  ERAP  AGAIN

OPINION:  ERAP,  TAKE  2

OCTOBER 21, 2009
OPINION:  THE  POLITICS  OF  DISASTERS

OPINION:  CALAMITY  GLO;  FARMERS  FOR  ERAP

OPINION:  'POLITICAL WILL' - A 'NOT  IMPOSSIBLE  JOB'

OPINION:  ERAP IS  JUST  A  LEGEND  OF  HIS  OWN  MIND  NOW

OCTOBER 19, 2009
PHILIPPINE  STAR  EDITORIAL:  BRAZEN

MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL:  STANDING  UNITED

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  THE ABDUCTION  OF  FR.  MICHAEL  SINNOTT

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  APPRECIATING  THE  PESO

OCTOBER 17, 2009
AFP  WELCOMES  ACQUITTAL  OF  11  OFFICERS  IN  2006  COUP  PLOT

SMEAR  CAMPAIGN  USE  FLOODS, YOU TUBE VS.  PRESIDENTIAL BETS

MAR, CHIZ, LOREN TOP VP SURVEY  / LEAGUE OF PROVINCES FOR GIBO-LOREN

OCTOBER 15, 2009
NOYNOY,  VILLAR,  ERAP  TOP  LATEST  SWS  POLL  FOR  PRESIDENT

ERAP  CHOOSES  BINAY  AS  VP,  ALREADY  CONFIDENT  OF  VICTORY  IN  2010

SSS:  C of A  STOPS  SUSPENSION  FO NERI  /  25  PARTY-LIST  GROUPS  DELISTED

OCTOBER 13, 2009
RP  DROPPED  FROM 48th TO 50th  IN  WORLD'S  LIST  OF  TOP  FINANCIAL CENTERS

MMDA  CHAIR  FERNANDO:  P1.1-B  FLOOD  WARNING  SYSTEM  OBSOLETE

NORTHERN  LUZON  TOWNS  ISOLATED

OCTOBER 11, 2009
A  DELUGE  OF  FEEDBACK:  TO-DO  LIST  ADDRESSING  THE  ONDOY DISASTER

CEBU:  DSWD  WARNS  IF  FAKE  SOLICITORS  FOR  ONDOY

5,800  BOTOLOAN  FOLKS  TOLD  TO  PERMANENTLY  LEAVE  HOMES

OCTOBER 9, 2009
ECIJA  FOLK  FLEE  AS  PANTABANGAN  DAM  REACHES  'TERRIFYING'  LEVEL

2  VILLAGES  IN  BAGUIO,  BENGUET  SINKING  CAUSED  BY  'PEPENG'

72 BARANGAYS  IN METRO  STILL  UNDERWATER  /  P10-B WORTH  MARIKINA  LOSS

RELOCATION SITE  EYED  BY  MANDAUE  CITY  CONTROVERSIAL & ALSO  UNDERWATER

OCTOBER 7, 2009
MUNTINLUPA,  TAGUIG  RESIDENTS  COMMUTE  ON  BOATS,  TRACTOR

LAGUNA  FISHERFOLK  SLAM  ZERO  FISHPEN  POLICY

GMA  GIVES  METRO  MAYORS  72  HOURS  TO  CLEAN UP  METRO

QUEZON CITY, DPWH  START  COMMONWEALTH  ROAD  EXTENSION  PROJECT

OCTOBER 5, 2009
DOF  ORDERS  CREATION  OF  ONE-STOP  SHOP  FOR  RELEASE  OF  FOREIGN  AIDS

DRIFTING  BARGE  RAMS  RIVERBANK  HOUSE  IN  PASIG / COPS TO ASSIST SCHOOLS

BULACAN  NOW  ON  REHAB  MODE  /  CALAMBA,  LAGUNA  STILL  INUNDATED

OCTOBER 3, 2009
PINAY  KILLED  IN  SAMOA  QUAKE

204  INMATES  IN  RIZAL  SAVED  FROM  DROWNING

BACK  FLOODS  HIT  BULACAN  TOWN

EUROPEAN  COURT  REMOVES  JOMA SISON  FROM  TERROR  LIST

LAGUNA  LAKE  SHOWING  ABNORMAL  RISE  OF  WATER  LEVEL

OCTOBER 1, 2009
OPINION:  HOW  CAN  WE  ALL  WIN  FROM  TRAGEDIES  LIKE  ONDOY

OPINION:  HEROES

OPINION:  PITY  TIM  IN  NEW  YORK,  SYLISH  SON  OF  GEN.  CARLOS  GARCIA

SEPTEMBER 29, 2009
OPINION:  WEATHER  BUREAU'S  JOB  IS  FORECASTING

OPINION:  OUR  NEIGHBORHOODS  SHOULD  START  BUILDING  THEIR  OWN  ARKS

OPINION:  ARE  WE  PREPARED  FOR  MORE  CALAMITIES?

STAR  EDITORIAL:  WHAT  GOES  AROUND

SEPTEMBER 27, 2009
SHOPPING  IN  THE  SKY:  CEBU  PACIFIC  NOW  OFFERS  DUTY  FREE

CEBU:  TYPHOON  'ONDOY'  STRANDED  THOUSANDS  HERE

'ONDOY'  EXPECTED  TO  EXIT  RP  TODAY

SEPTEMBER 25, 2009
SUN  IN  RP  FLAG  MAY  GET  NINTH  RAY

2010  BETS  INVITED  TO  'JOB  INTERVIEW'

OPINION:  HOLDING  THE  POOR  HOSTAGE

SEPTEMBER 23, 2009
OPINION:  NO  ROOM  FOR  COMPLACENCY

OPINION:  BORROWED  GLORIES

OPINION:  GERRY  ROXAS  ALSO  GAVE  WAY  TO  NINOY

OPINION:  PHANTOMS  OF  THE  OPERA
 

SEPTEMBER 21, 2009
FACEBOOK  USER  WELCOMES  BELO  LIBEL  SUIT

EXCERPTS  FROM  BOOK  BY  P.E. JUICO:  'CORY'S  ROSES  AND  CROSSES

OPINION:  SELF-DESTRUCT

SEPTEMBER 19, 2009
NOYNOY  ON  COUSIN:  HE  HAS  MORE  HAIR

INTEL  TRAINEE  SPIES  ON  NATIONAL  ARTIST

PARTY LIST PROBS 'SABUNGEROS'  CLASH  AT  COMELEC

RUBY ROSE SLAY CASE:  FATHER-IN-LAW  PLEADS  NOT  GUILTY

SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
TRIBUNE OPINION:  IRONY

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  VENGEANCE

STAR  OPINION:  PING  &  ERAP - MUTUAL  ANNIHILATION

SEPTEMBER 14, 2009
BATANES  RUNS  OUT  OF  GASOLINE

RP  FILM  WINS  IN  VENICE

PANLILIO:  STILL  MAKING  UP  HIS  MIND - LEAVE  POLITICS,  BE  PRIEST  FULL TIME

SEPTEMBER 12, 2009
AFTER  BIGGEST  'ENSAYMADA'  BULACAN  MAKES  GIANT  'INIPIT

NO  WEDDING  BELLS  FOR  NOYNOY  BEFORE 2010:  'I'M  ENGAGED  TO THE  PEOPLE'

KBL  WANTS  HIGHER  OFFICE  FOR  BONGBONG  MARCOS

SEPTEMBER 10, 2009
OPINION:  PRESIDENT  NOYNOY?

HOW  OPPOSITION  UNITY  AND  DISUNITY  WORK  FOR  NOYNOY

OPINION:  CAN  CORY'S  MAGIC  RUB  OFF  ON  NOYNOY?

SEPTEMBER 7, 2009
OPINION:  A  NEED  TO  STRENGTHEN  OUR  NATIONAL  IDEOLOGY

OPINION:  REWARDING  WHISTLEBLOWERS

OPINION:  THE  ADMINISTRATION  BET

SEPTEMBER 5, 2009
FINSWIMMERS  TO  MARK  ICC  2009  IN  ANILAO,  BATANGAS

RUBY  ROSE'S  FATHER-IN-LAW  SURRENDERS  /  KHO  MAY  LOSE  MEDICAL LICENCE

PALACE  TELLS  CHAVIT:  BEHAVE

SEPTEMBER 3, 2009
A MIRACLE?:  FEW  REALIZE  SCALE  OF  TIME,  EFFORT  OF MAR'S SACRIFICE

MIKEY  BETTER  RETAIN  A  LAWYER,  OR  CLAM  UP

OUR  SEPTEMBER  FIESTA:  NUESTRA  SEÑORA DE  PENAFRANCIA

SEPTEMBER 1, 2009
STAR  EDITORIAL:  NOT  IN  GOOD  HEALTH?

MANILA STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  AVOIDING  RECESSION

INQUIRER  EDITORIAL:  CASTAWAY

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  RESUMPTION  OF  GRP-MILF  TALKS

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  A  NATION  AND  A  FATHER'S  DREAM

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  DON'T  JUDGE  THE  ARROYOS?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  ZTE  FIASCO  AND  OPPORTUNITY  LOSSES

AUGUST  30, 2009
OPINION:  TIPS  FOR  ASPIRING  LEADERS

PUBLIC  URGED  TO  EVALUATE  PRESIDENTIABLES'  LEADERSHIP  CAPABILITY

OPINION:  PRELUDE  TO  THE  2010  PRESIDENTIAL  RACE

AUGUST  28, 2009
NATIONAL  GOVT  DEBT  SERVICE  AT  P432.94 BILLION  IN  7  MONTHS

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  DATA  AFFIRM  SLIM  ESCAPE  FROM  RECESSION

DAILY TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  THE  LEGACY  BUDGET  OF  DEBTS  &  BANKRUPTCY

PHILIPPINE STAR EDITORIAL:  THE  LEGACY  BUDGET

AUGUST  26, 2009
COMELEC  BENT  ON  2007  RECOUNT;  PAMPANGA TO HAVE PINEDA AS GOV BY DEC?

'NO WORK, NO PORK'  POLICY  EYED  AT  HOUSE

FVR  DARES  ERAP:  LET'S  RUN  TOGETHER

AUGUST  24, 2009
MALL  KING  HENRY  SY  IS  NOW  NO.1  IN  BANKING

DREAM HOME-1957:  CHONA & HANS  KASTEN'S  'PAGODA'  HOUSE

IT'S  NOW  OR  NEVER  FOR  NOYNOY!

AUGUST  22, 2009
MANILA BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  RAMADAN  2009

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  MISPLACED  NEDA-DOE  WAR

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  IMPRUDENCE  INCREASES  PUBLIC  DISAPPROVAL

PHILIPPINE STAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  FIGHT  ON  'THE  DINNER'  CONTINUES

AUGUST  20, 2009
MAYENNE CARMONA:  DUTCH  HOUSING  FOR  THE  POOR

JOANNE  RAE M. RAMIREZ:  NINOY  AND  THE  WOMAN  HE  LOVED

WILSON LEE FLORES:  LEADERSHIP  BY  EXAMPLE,  NOT  BY  EXTRAVAGANCE

AUGUST 18, 2009
FOR  THE  CHILDREN  OF  YELLOW  GENERATION

CLOSE  ENCOUNTERS  WITH  NATIONAL  ARTISTS

BALSY AQUINO-CRUZ:  'MOM TOOK ALL THE  HURTS  FOR  US'

AUGUST 16, 2009
OPINION:  QUADRUPLE  INSERTION  IN  NATIONAL ARTIST AWARDS

OPINION:  TO  WIN  THE  PEACE,  WIN  THE  WAR  FIRST

OPINION:  MISREADING  THE  CORY  PHENOMENON

AUGUST 14, 2009
TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  GLORIA, THE MEDIA  SENSATION

MANILA BULLETIN:  MIRIAM'S  $10  LUNCH

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  IT'S  CALLED  DECENCY

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  DINNER  HOSTS

AUGUST 12, 2009
MAR  ROXAS:  EYE  ON  THE  PRIZE

OPINION:  BEWARE,  PRESIDENTIABLES

OPINION:  JUDAS  AND  THE  $20,000  INDIGESTION

AUGUST 10, 2009
A  'SIMPLE  LATE  NIGHT  DINNER'  FOR  $20,000  AT  NY'S  LE  CIRQUE

THE  LONG  ARDUOUS  ROAD  TO  SAINTHOOD

PCIJ REPORT:  GLORIA  GETS  RICHER  FASTEST - PART 1 OF 3

AUGUST 7, 2009
CORY  HONOR  GUARDS  CITED,  PROMOTED

REP. ALCOVER:  FIL-AM  ACTIVIST  WAS  'COMMUNIST GROUP  MEMBER'

ROXAS  BOULEVARD  TURNS  INTO  'A  SEA  OF  LITTER'

AUGUST 6, 2009
MALAYA COLUMN BY DAHLI  ASPILLERA:  CORAZON C. AQUINO

MALAYA  COLUMN  BY LITO BANAYO:  GOOD  BYE,  CORY

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  FILIPINO'S  INNATE  NOBILITY

AUGUST 5, 2009
CARAVAN  OF  TARLAQUEÑOS  TO  JOIN  CORY'S  FUNERAL

GOOD  WEATHER  DURING  CORY'S  FUNERAL - PAGASA  /  TRAFFIC  REROUTED

AQUINO  ADMINISTRATION  OFFICIALS  RECALL  CORY'S  LEGACY

CORY'S  SIMPLICITY  SEEN  EVEN  IN  PHOTOS

AUGUST 3, 2009
BY  SARA  SOLIVEN-DE GUZMAN: LIFE IS  A DREAM  FROM  WHICH  DEATH AWAKENS US

SKETCHES  BY ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:   ORPHANED

COMMONSENSE BY MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  CORY'S  LEGACY  OF  DEMOCRACY

AUGUST 1, 2009
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  DEMOCRATIC  TRADITIONS

ALEX MAGNO:  UNPATRIOTIC,  TRUE  STATESMEN  AND  CHEAP  POLITICIANS

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  MR.  PUSSYFOOT  AND  HIS  PEDICAB

JULY  30, 2009
ERMITA ON JUSTICES SHORT LIST:  NO  EFFORTS  TO  ACCOMMODATE  AGNES

FROM CEBU:  GMA  ADMIN  ALSO  EYEING  VILLAR  AS  2010  PRESIDENTIAL  BET

BABY  WITH  2  HEADS  BORN  IN  FABELLA  MEMORIAL  HOSPITAL

JULY  28, 2009
MANLA BULLETIN:  GMA  HOPES  NEXT  LEADERSHIP  WOULD  BUILD  ON  HER GAINS

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  NEW  GOAL  FOR  NEW  ECONOMY

TRIBUNE'S  ARMIDA SIGUION-REYNA:  THE  REAL  SONA,  NO  HOLDS  BARRED

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  SMOKE  AND  MIRRORS

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  LEGACY  MODE

JULY  25, 2009
CITO  BELTRAN  WRITES:  PGMA  SINGS  'MY  WAY'

JOSE C. SISON WRITES:  WAKE  UP  CALL

FIL-AM  ACTIVIST  RECOUNTS  'ORDEAL'  BEFORE  HUMAN  RIGHTS

JULY  23, 2009
NEWS FEATURE:  GOD  WANTS  ME  TO  RUN  IN  2010 - PANLILIO

AMERICAN  INFECTED  WITH  A (H1N1)  DIES  IN  TACLOBAN

ECLIPSE  SHROUDS  ASIA  IN  DARKNESS

PALACE  ANNOUNCES  HOLIDAYS  FOR  2010

JULY  21, 2009
MANILA BULLETIN:  OUR  PAST  PRESIDENTS,  TRIED  &  TESTED

STAR  EDITORIAL:  STRANDED  IN  BORACAY

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  CRUSHING  ABU  SAYYAF

JULY  17, 2009
NEWS FEATURE:  POPULARITY  NOT  EQUAL  TO  PERFORMANCE

OPINION:  PRESIDENTIAL  'SABIT'

OPINION:  CONTINUING  THE  WAR  VS  HIGH-PRICED  DRUGS

JULY  15, 2009
MNLF  OFFERS  TO HELP   SECURE  SOUTH  COTABATO  FESTIVITIES

VAGNI:  I  LOVE  THE  FILIPINO  PEOPLE

DOJ  GRILLS  HALILI,  KHO  IN  SEX  VIDEO  PROBE

JULY  13, 2009
OPINION:  THOU  SHALL  NOT  FINGER  YOUR  ENEMY

OPINION: WHY  DO  THE  BIG  FISHES  ALWAYS  GET  AWAY?

OPINION:  HOW  CLIMATE  CHANGE  RESHAPES   OUR  WORLD

JULY  11, 2009
DOCTOR  WHO  DID  BUTT  JOB  NO  LONGER  WITH  BELO  GROUP

DEP-ED:  NO  MORE  SUSPENSION  OF  CLASSES  DUE  TO  FLU  THREAT

FLIGHTS  TO  CATICLAN  SUSPENDED

JULY  9, 2009
STAR  COLUMN:  WE  PRAY  FOR  PEACE  IN  MINDANAO

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  POLL  AUTOMATION  --ALL'S  WELL?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  GLORIA  IN  THE  TERROR  EQUATION

JULY  7, 2009
PHILVOLCS  RAISES  ALERT  ON  POSSIBLE  MAYON  ERUPTION

7,000  COPS  TO  SECURE  JULY  27  SONA

2  BROTHERS  CHARGED  FOR  UPLOADING  HAYDEN  SEX  VIDEOS  ON  INTERNET

JULY  5, 2009
BANGLOS  SCULPTURES  AT  KULTURA  FILIPINO

CEBU:  OVER  7,000  SEX  WORKERS,  CLUB  DANCERS  FOUND  WITH  STD

NOLI  DEFENDS  PAG-IBIG  TV  ADS

JULY  3, 2009
PANGASINAN  BROADCASTER'S  NURSE-DAUGHTER  SLAIN

MILF:  NO  SURRENDER  EVEN  IF  AFP  CAN'T  BE  DEFEATED

GORDON  OPEN  TO  JOIN  LAKAS-KAMPI-CMD  IF...

JULY  1, 2009
PHILSTAR  OPINION:  CLASSMATES

TRIBUNE  OPINION:  ELECTIONS  OR  BUST

MALAYA  OPINION:  HELPLESS

JUNE 29, 2009
PHILSTAR  COLUMN:  365  DAYS

MANILA  BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  DEMOCRATIC  ACCOUNTABILITY

MANILA TIMES  EDITORIAL:  BENEFITS  FROM  TIES  WITH  BARBADOS

JUNE 27, 2009
FROM  CEBU:  WHAT  HAPPENED  TO  RBS  IN  CEBU?

WITNESS  LINKS  RUBY  ROSE'S  HUSBAND  TO  MAFIA-STYLE  MURDER

CONGRESSMEN  TURN  IRE  ON  DOH  RE  H1N1

JUNE 25, 2009
MANILA  TIMES  EDITORIAL:  ANOTHER  IRAN  IN  THE  MAKING

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  FORCE  OF  HABIT  OR  SHADY  BUSINESS

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  AID  AND  CORRUPTION

JUNE 23, 2009
IMELDA  AT  80:  STILL  TRYING  TO  LOOK  PRESENTABLE

BRITISH  MAN  NABBED  FOR  ILLEGAL  RECRUITMENT

FATHER'S  DAY  TRAGEDY:  BOY, 6,  KILLS  FATHER  IN  ACCIDENTAL  SHOOTING

JUNE 21, 2009
1 YEAR  AFTER:  ANGUISH  REMAINS FOR  FAMILIES  OF  M/V  PRINCESS VICTIMS

PANLILIO  UNFAZED  BY MIKEY'S  GUBERNATORIAL  BID

PDEA  RAIDS  BORATONG'S  'MALACAÑANG  HOUSE'

JUNE 19, 2009
OPINION:  TRIAL  BALLOON

OPINION:  INSULATE  ANTI-CHA-CHA  RALLIES  FROM  POLITICS

OPINION:  BETTER  SAFE  THAN SORRY

JUNE 17, 2009
CEBU:  VIDAL  FINDS  NOTHING  WRONG  IF  GMA  RUNS  FOR  CONGRESS

1st  INTERACTIVE  TV  PROUDLY  PINOY-MADE

GOVT  TO  KEEP  IMELDA  JEWELS

JUNE 15, 2009
OPINION:  HOW  TO  NIP  PRESIDENTIAL  BIDS

OPINION:  FLU  AND  FRUSTRATION

OPINION:  UNTHINKINGLY  INCITING  REVOLT  AGAINST  ITSELF

STAR  EDITORIAL:  MESSY  CABINET  MOVEMENT

JUNE 13, 2009
COTABATO:  PAGKAKAISA  NG  PINOY  LABAN  SA  KAHIRAPAN  IGINIIT  NI  GMA

INDEPENDENCE  DAY  IN  CEBU:  FETE  FOCUSES  ON EMPLOYMENT

VICKI  BELO  WITH  HUSBAND  AT  PALACE  'RIGODON'

HILARY  GREETS  RP  ON  111th  INDEPENDENCE  DAY

JUNE 11, 2009
OPINION  OF  THE  DAY:  GMA'S NARROWING  POLITICAL  OPTIONS

MANILA  STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  CREDIBILITY  PROBLEM

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  THE  DAY  COMES  FOR  GLORIA

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  ELBOW  ROOM  GETTING  TIGHTER  AND  TIGHTER

JUNE 10, 2009
RALLYISTS  WARNED:  BEWARE  OF  THE  SWINE  FLU

HIGH-SOCIETY  JEWELRY  SCAM  EXPOSED

RIZAL  PARK  TO  RISE  IN  AUSTRALIA

JUNE 8, 2009
TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  BEDDING  WITH  THE  ENEMIES

BULLETIN:  A  DIFFERENT  DRUMMER?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  PROSPERO'S  TROJAN  HORSE

STAR  EDITORIAL:  COMMON  CAUSE

JUNE 3, 2009
OPINION:  RICE TOPPINGS:  SEX,  CELEBRITY  AND  TECHNOLOGY

OPINION:  EMPOWERING  CONGRESS

OPINION:  SEC  FLIP=FLOPPING  &  A  NEW  AGE  IN  RP  ELECTION

JUNE 1, 2009
GAWAD  KALINGA  GOES  TO BOSTON

KIDNAPPERS  FREE  CHINESE  TRADER

DREAM  OVER:  SUSAN  BOYLE  FINISHES  2nd

MAY  29, 2009
ENRILE  FUMES  OVER  LOST  CELL  PHONE  LOAD

PASSENGERS'  STUFF  RETRIEVED A T  SUNKEN  BOAT  IN  PUERTO  GALERA

RAINY  SCHOOL  OPENING  PREDICTED

MAY  27, 2009
OPINION:  A  BASKET  CASE

OPINION:  RAMBOTITO

OPINION:  BINAY  FOR  VEEP?

MAY  25, 2009
JOJI  FELIX  VELARDE:  PATRON  OF  BEAUTY,  73

ONLY  4  OUT  OF  238  HOUSE  MEMBERS  ARE  NON-MILLIONAIRES

WAGAYWAY  FESTIVAL  IN  IMUS,  CAVITE

MAY  22, 2009
CEBU  GOV  GWEN GARCIA  FILES  COMPLAINT  VS  3  OIL  FIRMS  TO  DOJ

AMALIA  FUENTES  SEEKS  DOJ  REVIEW  OF  ROBBERY  CASE

ALEC  BALDWIN  APOLOGIZED  FOR  JOKE

MAY  20, 2009
MOTHER-AND-SON  'COVENANT'   BOOSTS  RP  RICE  PRODUCTION

A  POSITIVE  TAKE  ON  PGMA

PROCTER & GAMBLE  GIVES  AWAY  1  MILLION  SOAP  BARS  AT  NAIA

MAY  18, 2009
VICKI  BELO'S  CEBUANO  AFFAIR

COMMERCIAL  HUB?  BF  HOMES  IN  PARAÑAQUE  HAS  MORE

JAPAN,  RP  ECO  PARTNERSHIP  SENDS  NURSES,  CAREGIVERS  TO  JAPAN

MAY  16, 2009
OPINION:  ECO-HERITAGE  PRESERVATION

OPINION:  'LAST  BIG  PUSH'  FOR  THE  REPRODUCTIVE  HEALTH  BILL

OPINION:  THE  OTHER  MESSAGE  OF  BOTO  MO,  IPATROL  MO  CAMPAIGN

MAY  13, 2009
OPINION:  RAVE  REVIEW  FOR  MARTIN   /   RP  WAR  SONG  IN  SPANISH

OPINION:  NO  STOPPING  NOW  THE  2010  ELECTIONS

OPINION:  ODD  PARTISAN  LINES  SHOW  IN  VILLAR  CASE

MAY  9, 2009
ILO  WARNS  OF  RISE  IN  HUMAN  TRAFFICKING  DUE  TO  FINANCIAL  CRISIS

PRAYING  FOR  CORY:  SHE  DOESN'T  COMPLAIN

ON NATIONAL ANTHEM HULLABALOO:  PACMAN  MAY  JUST  SING  IT  HIMSELF

MAY  7, 2009
CEBU  CUSTOMS  COLLECTOR  GRANTED  HIGHEST  BUREAU  OF  CUSTOMS  RANK

MARTIN  NIEVERA  FACES   HOUSE  PROBE OVER  NATIONAL  ANTHEM

JOCJOC  BOLANTE  IN  2010:  NO  TAKERS

MAY  5, 2009
NEWS FEATURE:  KEEP  SICK  HUMANS  AWAY  FROM  PIGS

COPS  SEIZE  PIRATED  PACQUIAO-HATTON  BOUT  DVDs

PANTABANGAN  INAUGURATES  P65-MILLIN  MUNICIPAL  HALL

MORO  REBELS  TORCH  80  HOUSES  OF   BILAAN  NATIVES 

MAY  3, 2009
OPINION:  THE  MAKING  OF  THE  OPPOSITION  DEFEAT  IN  2010

OPINION:  THE  JUN  LOZADA  SHOW

IMMIGRATION:  OLD  ASYLUM  CASES  BEING  SCHEDULED  FOR  INTERVIEWS

APRIL 29, 2009
OPINION:  MILITARY  BRASS  SILENT  OVER  PALACE  FUDDLING

OPINION:  DERAILED

OPINION:  THE  YANO  LEGACY

APRIL 27, 2009
33  TEAMS  VIE  IN  DAGUPAN  'FESTIVAL  OF  THE  NORTH'

FROM  POLICE  WORK  TO  FARMING

 PARTY-LISTS  REPS  TOLD  TO  BEHAVE  AS  NEW  MEMBERS  OF  CONGRESS

APRIL 25, 2009
EAT  THAT  'GABI'  (TARO),  IT'S  HEALTHY  FOR  YOUR  BODY

RIGHT  AMENDMENTS,  WRONG WAY  TO  CHA-CHA

BANCO DE ORO SURRENDERS  P146-MILLION  JOSE  VELARDE  MONEY  TO  SB

APRIL 23, 2009
CEBU:  BUS  CARRYING  LEGION  OF  MARY  MEMBERS  FELL  OFF  CLIFF,  2  DEAD

MAYOR LIM:  SAFEGUARD  ENVIRONMENT  /  CEBU  OBSERVES  EARTH  DAY

NO  TAKERS  FOR  SENATE  ETHICS  COMMITTEE

LACSON  VS  VILLAR:  MIRIAM  WANTS  RUMBLE

APRIL 21, 2009
CHURCH  SAYS  NO  TO  SKIMPY  SUMMER  WEAR

RP  EXPERIENCING  'ABNORMAL  SUMMER'

ILIGAN  CITY  BRIDGE  BOMBES:  PROBERS  EYE  MILF  LINK

APRIL 19, 2009
TIMES  EDITORIAL:  CURRENT  POLITICAL  MOVEMENTS  FOR  CHANGE

MALAYA  EDITORIAL: BETTER  SELLING  SNAKE  OIL  THAN  FOISTING  CHA-CHA

STAR  EDITORIAL:  UNDERPAID  TEACHERS

APRIL 18, 2009
NUEVA  ECIJA  ORGANIC  FARM  PROMOTES  MEDICINAL  PLANTS

U.S.  TROOPS  IN  BALIKATAN  TOLD  TO  BEHAVE

CEBU  AT  THE  IT  EXPO  IN  HONG KONG

APRIL 16, 2009
DEPT  OF  AGRICULTURE  CAGAYAN  VALLEY  CHIEF  GUNNED  DOWN

PINOY  LAWYER  WINS  AWARD  IN  U.S.

CANADIAN  ROBBED,  SHOT  DEAD

APRIL 14, 2009
HOT  IN  THE  CITY:  35°C  AND  RISING!

DAMAGED  CABLE  AT  NAIA  CAUSES  CHAOS

OPINION:  FIESTA  TIME

APRIL 12, 2009
OPINION:  HOPE  IN  A  SEASON  OF  ECONOMIC  DESPAIR

WORD ALIVE:  WHY  JESUS  IS  LAUGHING

REFLECTIONS:  THE  EMPTY  TOMB

APRIL 9, 2009
BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  AS  JESUS  HAS  DONE,  WE  SHOULD  ALSO  DO

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  THE  DIFFICULTY  FACING  'MORAL  FORCE'
 

STAR  EDITORIAL:  DEATH  SQUADS  IN  DAVAO

APRIL 8, 2009
OPINION:  HEALING  PERIOD

OPINION:  WHY  ARE  WE  A  'NATION  OF  SERVANTS'?

INSIDE  CEBU:  HAVE  A .... HOLY  WEEK!

APRIL 5, 2009
'PALASPAS' (PALM LEAVES)  NOT  MEANT  TO  WARD  OFF  EVIL,  SAYS  CBCP

PASAY  CITY  COP  CAUGHT  IN  DRUG  BUST  FACES  DISMISSAL

DENR  TOLD:  STOP  'CRUCIFIXION'  OF  MOTHER  NATURE  IN  SAN  MATEO

APRIL 3, 2009
OPINION:  STATE  OF EMERGENCY  IN  SULU,  WHY  ONLY  NOW?

OPINION:  GOING  BEYOND  SYMBOLISM

OPINION:  THE  OTHER  VICTIMS  IN  THE  LEGACY  MESS

APRIL 1, 2009
INSIDE  CEBU:  SHOULD  PRIEST  RUN  FOR  PUBLIC  OFFICE?

FINANCIER  TO  PANLILIO:  ACCOUNT  FOR  P1 MILLION  CAMPAIGN  CONTRIBUTION

WALONG  FILIPINA

MARCH  30, 2009
OPINION:  SURRENDERING  SECURITIES

OPINION:  OUTRAGEOUS  OUTRAGES

OPINION:  HOW  TONY BLAIR  CAN  COMPLICATE  THE  PEACE  PROCESS

MARCH  27, 2009
OPINION:  TRIMMING  THE  LIST

OPINION:  EMASCULATED

OPINION:  MOVE  OVER  CHA-CHA,  ELECTION  MODE  IS  ON

MARCH  23, 2009
TEN  TOP  SUMMER  THINGS  TO  DO  AT  SM  CITY  NORTH  EDSA

BANNED  SOON:  CELL  PHONE USE  WHILE  DRIVING

CEBU:  CAPITOL  OFFERS  VALEDICTORIANS  WORKSHOPS

MARCH  21, 2009
OPINION:  ALL  POLITICS  ARE  LOCAL

OPINION:  RAISING  THE  ALARM  ON  POLLUTED  WATER

OPINION:  A  GREAT  LOSS

MARCH  20, 2009
A  NIGHT AT  BALAY  NI  MAR

VICKY  BELO  HIRES  LAWYER  WITH  BETTER  LOOKS

GMA  VISITS  MARICULTURE  PARK  IN  DAVAO

MARCH 18, 2009
OPINION:  X-MEN  VS  EX-CONS

OPINION:  NICOLE'S  DREAM

OPINION:  NEW  GATEKEEPER  OF  THE  SEC

MARCH 17, 2009
IN  MATH,  RP  GIRLS  OUTSHINE  BOYS

AMERICAN  FINDS  MEANING  IN  HELPING  SICK  CHILDREN

GMA'S  SON  TO  GET  NEW  HOUSE  DISTRICT

MARCH 13, 2009
OPINION:  ANOTHER  ROTARY  MILESTONE

OPINION:  PROBING  SENATE PROBES

OPINION:  BIR  HUNTING  SEASON!

MARCH 11, 2009

INSIDE CEBU:  POLITICAL  FIREWORKS  STARTING  TO  LIGHT  UP

AFP:  OTHER  GROUPS  BEHIND  NPA  COMMANDER'S  DAUGHTER  SLAY

ZAMBO:  TEACHERS  KIDNAPPED  BY  MILF  REBELS  STILL  ALIVE  -  MAYOR

MARCH  9, 2009

BY  MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  HEALING  THE  WOUNDS  OF  EDSA

BY  SARA SOLIVEN DE GUZMAN:  HONEST  NEWS,  FEARLESS  VIEWS

BY  JARIUS  BONDOC:  ARROYO  AND  CRONIES  FLOCK  INTO  ENERGY

MARCH  7, 2009

GOVT  DEPARTMENTS  FIND  WAYS  TO  COPE  WITH  CRISIS

NEGROS  BISHOP  SPEAKS  HIS  MIND  ABOUT  THE  MILITARY

PUBLIC  ATTORNEY  URGED  HUMAN  RIGHTS  TO  STOP  'BIASED'  PROBE

MARCH  5, 2009
ILOILO:  BORACAY  GETS  ADDED  BOOST  FROM  GMA  VISIT

P173-MILLION  LOTTO  PRIZE  REMAINS  UNCLAIMED

ASTEROID  BUZZES  RP  SKIES

MARCH  3, 2009
FAULTY  STUN  GUNS  STALLS  PIG  DEPOPULATION

FIRE  GUTS  BAGUIO  PUBLIC  MARKET

BURGLARS  RANSACKED  DPWH  EXECUTIVE  OFFICES

MARCH  1, 2009
FROM  A  DISTANCE:  ARE  WE  A  DEMOCRACY?

GOD'S  WORD  TODAY:  HOW  CAN GOD'S  SUFFERING  BE  REDEMPTIVE?

IMMIGRATION:  THE  MARCH  2009  PRIORITY  DATES


FEBRUARY 27, 2009
STAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  LONG  ARM  OF  THE  LAW

OPINION:  ELECTED  INSTEAD  OF  APPOINTED  OMBUDSMAN

OPINION:  GMA  WASN'T  THE  ONLY  ONE  MISSING A T  EDSA  RITES

FEBRUARY 25, 2009
INSIDE  CEBU:  U.S.  7th  FLEET  WILL  VISIT  CEBU  AGAIN

BULACAN:  PIG  FARM  WORKER  TESTED  POSITIVE  FOR  EBOLA  VIRUS

PASIG  RIVER  CLEANUP  PROJECT  LAUNCHED

FEBRUARY 23, 2009
PRIVATE  THINK  TANK  URGED  GOVT  TO  LESSEN  DEPENDENCE  ON  REMITTANCE
 

SENATORS,  GOVT  OFFICIALS  &  THE  WB:  RP'S  RESPONSE

OPINION:  YESTERDAY'S  DREAM  STILL  SEEMS  TOO  FAR  AWAY

FEBRUARY 21, 2009
TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  NO  MERCY  FOR  THEIR  SOULS

MALAYA  OPINION:  MORAL  IMPOSTORS!

STAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  2  FACES  OF  CHA-CHA

FEBRUARY 19, 2009
POLICE  DIRECTOR  DARED  GOV  PANLILIO  TO  SCRAP  LOTTERY  FRANCHISES

GUNS-FOR-HIRE  IN  NEGROS?

BUS  FLIPS  OVER  IN  RACE  OVER  ANOTHER  VEHICLE
 

FEBRUARY 16, 2009
OPINION:  BUSINESS  AS  USUAL

OPINION:  FINALLY  JUSTICE  FOR  OUR  PINOY  WW2  VETS

OPINION:  CJ  PUNO  TO  LEAD  MORAL  CRUSADE

FEBRUARY 14, 2009
OPINION:  NEW  JOBS

OPINION:  TO  BE  SOVEREIGN  IS  TO  BE  MATURE

OPINION:  VALENTINE  THOUGHTS  OF  AN  OCTOGENARIAN

FEBRUARY 12, 2009
MILITARY  OPERATIONS  VS  NPA  DISPLACE  100  ECIJA  FAMILIES

MMDA  HAS  AUTHORITY  TO  SEIZE,  DESTROY  SIDEWALK  VENDORS'  WARES

POLL:  PINOYS  BELIEVE  FIRST  LOVE  NEVER  DIES

FEBRUARY 10, 2009
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  FUND  CONTROL

THE  SENATE  PRESIDENT  THAT PING LACSON  & OTHERS  CREATED

OPINION:  GMA  SILENCE  ON  WORLD  BANK  SCANDAL  ILL-ADVISED

FEBRUARY 8, 2009
FILIPINO  CREATIVITY SHINES  AT  NATIONAL  TRADE  FAIR  2009

SULU  LEADERS  UNITE  TO  SEEK  RELEASE  OF  RED  CROSS  OFFICIALS

FROM  ILOILO:  THE  UNKINDEST  WORD  VS  DOJ'S  GONZALES

FEBRUARY 6, 2009
MASS  WEDDING  SET  AT  CEBU  CITY  JAIL

LEGACY  GROUP:  THE  BLAME  GAME  HAS  BEGUN

MULTI-SECTOR  GROUPS  BACK  RESUMPTION  OF  TALKS

FEBRUARY 4, 2009
OPINION:  CHIZ  ESCUDERO  &  OBAMA

OPINION:  CHASING  OBAMA

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  TOO  LATE  FOR  RESCUE

FEBRUARY 2, 2009
JAPAN  WANTS  PEACE  TALKS  WITH  MILF  TO  RESUME

ILLEGAL  LOGGERS  FROM  QUEZON  MOVE  TO  ISABELA  FORESTS

CEBU:  LTO  DRUG-TESTING  CENTERS  ARE  TOTALLY  USELESS

50,000  JOBS  AWAIT  DISPLACED  WORKERS

JANUARY 30, 2009:
OPINION:  CULTURES  OF  DEATH  AND  CORRUPTION

OPINION:  'BAYANI'  IS  THE  NAME

OPINION:  OUT  OF  THE  BAT  CAVE

OPINION:  UNREPENTANT  CORRUPTION

JANUARY 28, 2009:
LIQUID  PETROLEUM  GAS  (KPG)  AN  UNDERRATED  FUEL  ALTERNATIVE

5,000  CENTRAL  LUZON  WORKERS  DISPLACED

CEBU:  ANTI-CORRUPT  BODY  SEEKS  OMBUDSMAN  RESIGNATION

JANUARY 26, 2009:
OPINION:  THE  COUNCIL  OF  'GAYA-GAYA'

OPINION:  WHY  CROOKS  ARE  NOT  CAUGHT

OPINION:  BARACK  OBAMA - A  NEW  HOPE  FOR  HUMANITY

JANUARY 24, 2009:
OPINION:  LIFE  AFTER  THE  PRESIDENCY

OPINION:  HEADSUP,  HEADSTART

OPINION:  PMA  ALUMNI  ASSOCIATION  MALACAÑANG  CHAPTER

JANUARY 22, 2009:
CEBU:  CENTRAL  COMMAND  GETS  NEW  COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF

FROM  BACOLOD:  WE  WATCHED  OBAMA'S  SWEARING-IN

TCUP:  LAGUNA  EXPORT  FIRMS  RETRENCH  35,000  WORKERS

JANUARY 20, 2009:
MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  CASH  TRANSFERS  TO  THE  GREEDY

DAILY  TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  GLORIA'S  CHINA  SYNDROME

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  EDSA  2

JANUARY 18, 2009:
ILONGGOS  BREAK  SOCCER  MARATHON  RECORD

FROM  CEBU:  UNANSWERED  QUESTIONS  ON  RURAL  BANKS

10  FILIPINO  MOTHERS  DIE  DAILY  WHILE  GIVING  BIRTH

JANUARY 16, 2009:
CEBU  SINULOG  FIESTA  IS  ON;  PIT  SENYOR!

ONLY  FILIPINOS  CAN  SOLVE  MINDANAO  CONFLICT -  TIIMOR-LESTE  PRESIDENT

HYBRID  CARS  COMING  TO  MANILA

JANUARY 14, 2009:
OPINION:  'ANTI-SEMITISM'  AS  JEWISH  COUNTER  PROPAGANDA

OPINION:  DEFT  CRISIS  MANAGEMENT  ON  FOOD  ISSUES  PAYS  OFF

OPINION:  OUR  CHIEF  JUSTICE'S  PONENCIA

JANUARY 12, 2009:
OPINION:  INNOVATION  THROUGH  EDUCATION

OPINION:   'AMONG  ED'  PANLILIO  IS  EYEING  PRESIDENCY?  DIOS  CO!

OPINION:  IS  SEC.  GONZALES  LAYING  BASIS FOR DOJ  WHITEWASH?

JANUARY 10, 2009:
BACOLOD  AND  ILOILO  GRIPPED  BY  LOCAL  CRISES

SUCAT  ROAD'S  TREES  WON'T  DIE  FROM  TRIMMING

MILF  TORCHES  HOUSES  OF  33  CHRISTIAN  FAMILIES

JANUARY 8, 2009:
LOCAL  OFFICIALS  NW  TALK  ABOUT  COPING  WITH  OFWs'  RETURN

HUNDREDS  OF  COPS  DEPLOYED  FOR  BLACK  NAZARENE  FESTIVITIES

ANTIPOLO  MAYOR  DIES  OF  MULTIPLE  ORGAN  FAILURE

JANUARY 6, 2009:
OPINION:  THE  PINK  PANTHER

OPINION:  CONTAINED

OPINION:  WHY  THE  'ENGLISH BILL'  IS  TANTAMOUNT  TO  NATIONAL  SUICIDE

JANUARY 4, 2009:
CEBU:  GRADUAL  IMPLEMENTATION  OF  TAXI  RECEIPTS  GETS  MIXED  REACTION

THOUSANDS  DISPLACED  BY  FLOODS  IN  MINDANAO

CORY'S  ELDER  BROTHER,  KIN  INJURED  IN  CALIFORNIA  FREEWAY  ACCIDENT

JANUARY 2, 2009:
GENERAL  SANTOS  GRENADE  EXPLOSION:  22  HURT

MUSLIM  GROU0P  PROTESTS  PALESTINIAN  ATTACKS

METRO  GREETS  2009  WITH  17  FIRES

DECEMBER  31, 2008:
OPINION:  HOPEFUL  2009

BUSINESS  OPINION:  A  SIMPLE  THANK  YOU

BUSINESS  OPINION:  CLEANING  UP  OUR  ACT

BUSINESS  OPINION:  CLOSING  SHOP

DECEMBER  29, 2008:
OPINION:  BEYOND  REGRET

OPINION:  BANK  ACCOUNT  OF  MEMORIES

OPINION:  IS  THERE  ANYTHING  NEW  UNDER  THE  SUN?

DECEMBER  27, 2008:
NO  NEW  YEAR  'BANG'  FOR  SOLDIERS  IN  CAMPS

ACROSS  THE  COUNTRY:  BATAAN  ANCESTRAL  HOME  RAZED  BY  FIRE

UPLAND  FARMING  GETS  P17.7 M  FROM  NEDA

ARROYO  INSPECTS  WORK  ON  URDANETA  MONUMENT

DECEMBER  23, 2008:
DOMINI TORREVILLAS:  A  GREAT  CHRISTMAS  SALE

WILLIAM  ESPOSO:  PINOYS  WHO  SAW  THRU  PACQUIAO-HOYA  FIGHT  HYPE

FEDERICO  PASCUAL:  LTFRB  IN  CAHOOTS  WITH  BUS  OPERATORS?

ALEX  MAGNO:  FRONT-RUNNERS

ALEJANDRO ROCES:  THE  SHOES  THROWN

DECEMBER  20, 2008:
CHRISTMAS  CAME  EARLY  IN  TARLAC

WHAT  DOES  CHRISTMAS  MEAN  TO  YOU?

AT  HOME  WITH  MANNY  &  CYNTHIA  VILLAR

DECEMBER 18, 2008:
OPINION:  WHY  OUR  ECONOMY  IN  2009  IS  LIKE  MANNY  PACQUIAO

OPINION:  CAROLS  FOR  CHRISTMAS

OPINION:  MANNY  PACQUIAO  DID  NOT  WIN  A  GREAT  FIGHT

DECEMBER 16, 2008:
OPINION:  1st  9  DAYS  OF  MISA  DE  AGUINALDO  STARTS  THIS  MORNING

OPINIOIN:  THE  ULTIMATE  CONTEMPT,  IRAQI  THROWS  SHOES  AT  BUSH

OPINION:  THIS  RALLY  SEEMS  PREMATURE  OR  IMMATURE

DECEMBER 14, 2008:
TROPICAL  STORM  'ULYSSES'  BRINGS  RAINS  IN  BICOL,  VISAYAS

OFW's LUGGAGE  CAUSE  PANIC  IN  CONVENIENCE  STORE

WANTED:  PARAÑAQUE  SHOOTOUT  SUSPECTS  PHOTOS  RELEASED

DECEMBER 12, 2008:
CEBU  JOINING  MCDC  WON'T  INTEREFERE W/  OTHER  CITIES,  SAYS GWEN

GOOD  PROSPECT  FOR  CEBU  IN  BPO  AND  TOURISM

SINGER  DIDITH  REYES SUFFERED  HEART  ATTACK,  SAYS  POLICE

DECEMBER 10, 2008:
COLUMN:  IMPEACH  IMPOSSIBLE

COLUMN:  HOW  UNIVERSAL?

COLUMN:  ON  PACMAN'S  PLAN  TO  RETIRE  AND  ENTER  POLITICS

DECEMBER 8, 2008:
FROM  PEARL  HARBOR  TO  HIROSHIMA

GMA  LEADS  GROUND-BREAKING  OF  NORTH  FOOD  EXCHANGE  TODAY

NAVOTAS  SQUATTERS  BEG  FOR  IN-CITY  RELOCATION

DECEMBER 7, 2008:
OPINION:  CHRIST  WARNED  US  THAT  THE  DEVIL  WILL QUOTE  SCRIPTURE

OPINION:  ASEAN  IMBROGLIO

OPINION:  'BIG  3'  CONTROLS  85%  OF  RETAIL  GAS  STATIONS

DECEMBER 5, 2008:
NPA  LEADER,  2  OTHERS  ARRESTED  /  CAGAYAN  MAYOR  KILLED  IN AMBUSH

SANTA  COPS  DEPLOYED  IN  METRO  MALLS

ANOTHER  RADIO  BROADCASTER  SHOT  DEAD  IN  SAMAR

DECEMBER 3, 2008:
METRO MANILA:  SANTA  COPS  LAUNCHED

MARINES  THWART  MILF  ATTACK  ON  BASILAN  CAMP

HARD  TIMES  HIT  BENGUET  MINING  FIRMS

DECEMBER 1, 2008:
OPINION:  LIFE  AFTER  THE  PRESIDENCY

OPINION:  TOUCH  THE  DEVIL  AND  YOU  CAN'T  LET  GO!

OPINION:  POLITICALLY  CORRECT  CHRISTMAS  PARTIES

OPINION:  DON'T  TRUST  THE  TOP  THE  START  CLEANUP

NOVEMBER 29, 2008:
5  VICTORY  LINER  BUSES  TORCHED  IN  PANGASINAN

GAYS  AND  LESBIANS  IN  QC  FORM  THEIR  OWN  CHURCH

NOGRALES  GETTING  READY  TO  FLY  TO  VEGAS  FOR  PACQUIAO  FIGHT

NOVEMBER 27, 2008:
CITO  BELTRAN:  OF  FRIENDS,  ACQUAINTANCES  &  'PARTNERS  IN  CRIME'

ANNA  MARIE  PAMINTUAN:  SHAME

JARIUS  BONDOC:  SO  ANSWER,  WHAT  IS  GMA  DOING  AT  ZTE?

NOVEMBER 24, 2008:
IN  CEBU  COFFEE  SHOP  EXPANDS  DESPITE  MARKET  WOES

U.S.  TO  BUILD  P60-M  ROAD  PROJECTS  IN  3  LANAO NORTE TOWNS

FLOOD  HITS  ISABELA,  CAGAYAN

NOVEMBER 22, 2008:
MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  HARD  TIMES,  TOUGH  PEOPLE

STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  LEAP   OF  LOGIC -  THE  CATHOLIC  BISHOPS

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  THE   RETURN  OF  THE  CON-ASSES

NOVEMBER 19, 2008:
OPINION:  IT'S  STRICTLY  POLITICS

OPINION:  VILLAR'S  FALL

OPINION:  WILL  SOLONS  IGNORE  KILLINGS  OF  VOTERS?

NOVEMBER 17, 2008:
TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  PERVERTED  HEROES

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  PURSUING   WAR  ON  THE  FLY

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  DE  LA  PAZ  TELLS  HIS  STORY

NOVEMBER 15, 2008:
WHAT  COULD  BE  SADDER?

COLUMN:   DISCIPLINE

COLUMN:  POPE  BENEDICT XVI  TO  THE  PHILIPPINES

NOVEMBER 13, 2008:
RP  WARNS  VS  NON-EXISTING  JOBS  IN  VIETNAM

BREAD  PRICES  TO  GO  DOWN

NEW  FLOWER  SPECIES  FOUND  IN  CAGAYAN

NEGROS:  SADISTS  IN  THE  6th  RMG - CUEVAS

NOVEMBER 10, 2008:
STAR  OPINION:  HOW  DO  YOU  SOLVE  A  PROBLEM  LIKE  JOCJOC?

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  DAYS  OF  MYSTERY

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  LET'S  HEAR  THE  CASE  OF  GLORIA

NOVEMBER 5, 2008:
PINAY  IN  USAF:  SKY'S  THE  LIMIT

PAMPANGA:  OFW  HELD  IN  HOSPITAL  IN  JEDDAH  OVER  P1-M  DEBT,  RISING  BILLS

CEBU:  ARE  FILIPINOS  REALLY  INCAPABLE  OF  SELF-RULE?

NOVEMBER 3, 2008:
OPINION:  SOMEDAY --THE  GHOSTS  WILL  STAGE  A  STRIKE

OPINION:  STAYING  POWER

OPINION:  WHO  WILL  AMERICANS  VOTE  FOR?

NOVEMBER 1, 2008:
TODAY  IS  A  SPECIAL  HOLIDAY  IN  RP

NO  MORE  SPACE  FOR  THE  DEAD  IN  VIZCAYA  TOWN

TAGUIG  CITY OPENS  NEW  PUBLIC  CEMETERY

OCTOBER  30, 2008:
THE  SOCIAL  COSTS  OF  BEING  FILIPINO  MIGRANTS  ABROAD

CAPIZ  ALSO  A  TOURIST  HAVEN

RECOGNIZING  QC'S  OUTSTANDING  CITIZENS

OCTOBER  27, 2008:
OPINION:  ARE  YOU  ALL  IN  THIS  TOGETHER?

OPINION:  EMPOWERED  POWER  MARKET

OPINION:  WHO  WANTS  TO  BE  A  NURSE  NOWADAYS?

OCTOBER  25, 2008:
OPINION:  FACTS,  FALLACIES  AND  COUNTER  FACTS  ON  THE  RH  BILL

OPINION:  A  PIECE  OF  LAND,  WHAT  IS  SUBSTANTIAL?

OPINION:  PEACEKEEPING  IN  OUR  GLOBAL  VILLAGE

OCTOBER  23, 2008:
BACOLOD:  LAST  DAYS  OF  MASS-KARA  AND  THE  POLITICOS

ILOCOS SUR:  REBELLION  RAPS  VS  CPP-NDA  'LEADER'  JUNKED

PALACE  OFFICIAL  REPORTEDLY FACILITATING  ROLITO  GO'S  RELEASE

OCTOBER  21, 2008:
OPINION:  VIRTUES

OPINION: HOW WILL RONNIE PUNO  SOLVE  A PROBLEM  LIKE 150,000 EUROS?

OPINION:  PANLILIO  RECALL  DOOMED:  NO  TIME,  NO  MONEY

OPINION:  LOCAL  LEADERS  SHOULD  SOLVE  THE  HUNGER  PROBLEM

OCTOBER  17, 2008:
COLUMN:  WHAT  NOW  FOR  MINDANAO?

COLUMN:  WARMING  CAN  WAIT

COLUMN:  SOME  GUYS  HAVE  ALL  THE  LUCK!

COLUMN:  SERIOUS  TROUBLE  IN  PARADISE

OCTOBER  15, 2008:
ANTI-CRIME POSTERS 'YARI-KA'  IN  ENGLISH,  MANDARIN, KOREAN  JAPANESE

RECALL  PETITION  VS  PANLILIO  FILED  TODAY

MORE  RAINS  IN  LUZON  TODAY

OCTOBER  13, 2008:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  OBSTACLE  TO  ECONOMIC  REFORM

STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  NEIGHBORS  IN  RECESSION

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  IMPEACH  TO  THWART  CHA-CHA

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  CHA-CHA  IN  TIME  OF  TURMOIL

OCTOBER  11, 2008:
LAWMAKERS  BEGIN  MONTH-LONG  BREAK:  IT'S  JUNKET  TIME  AGAIN

MOVE  OVER  TILAPIA,  'PANGASIUS'  IS  NEW  DARLING  OF  RP  FISH  INDUSTRY

TRO  PETITION  POISED  VS  ADVANCED  VAT  ON  SUGAR

OCTOBER  6, 2008:
GLOBAL  SURVEY  AWAKENS   MOMS  ON  IMPORTANCE  OF  BEDTIME  ROUTINE

2  COMPOSTELA  VILLAGES  DECLARED  UNSAFE FOR  HUMAN  SETTLEMENT

BILL  FILED:  CEBU'S  BARANGAY  BANAWE ENGLIS  SPLIT  FROM  GUADALUPE

OCTOBER 4, 2008:
COLUMN:  BLAME-GAME  SYNDROME

COLUMN:  THE  RELUCTANCE  TO  BAILOUT

COLUMN:  WILL  THE  U.S.  CONTAGION  HIT  THE PHILIPPINES?

OCTOBER 2, 2008:
BULACAN  COOP  MAKES  IT  IN  NEGOSYO

THE  PRESIDENT  VISITS  NEGROS

U.S.  DEFENSE  DEPT  AWARDS  $77.5-M  CONTRACTS  FOR  MINDANAO

SEPTEMBER 30, 2008:
JOSEFINA  LICHAUCO:  A WALL  STREET  CATASTROPHE  LIKE  NO  OTHER

WILSON LEE FLORES:  OBAMA OR McCAIN? WHO'S BETTER  FOR  RP?

ALEX  MAGNO:  TOXIC  ASSETS

BABE ROMUALDEZ:  THE  PARTY  IS  OVER

SEPTEMBER 29, 2008:
TYPHOON  'OFEL'  SPARES  RP  -  PAGASA

INVESTMENTS  POURING  INTO  CEBU  CITY'S  SRP!

EASTERN  SAMAR  HOSTING  TOMORROW'S  GMA  CABINET  MEETING 

SEPTEMBER 27, 2008:
RIZAL  LANDFILL  CLOSURE  WON'T  AFFECT  METRO  WASTE  COLLECTION

LANDMINES  PLANTED  BY NPA  KILL  3  REBS,  WOUND  14  OTHERS

LOCAL  EXECS  TAKE  UP  CUDGELS  FOR  SUGAR  IN  AFTA

SEPTEMBER 25, 2008:
MALAYA  COLUMN:  U.S.  ELECTION  TURNS  NASTIER

MALAYA  COLUMN:  QUEENMAKER?  KINGMAKER?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  ANOTHER  GLORIA  WILL  SINK  US

SEPTEMBER 23, 2008:
COLUMN:  REPRODUCTIVE  HEALTH  BILL

COLUMN:  WATCH  OUT  FOR  THE  PINK  PANTHER

COLUMN:  MAR ROXAS CAN BECOME  PRESIDENT  SANS  NEGATIVE  CAMPAIGNING

SEPTEMBER 22, 2008:
CEBU  CELEBRATES  14th  PRESS  FREEDOM  WEEK

SEVERAL  PROVINCIAL  GOVTS  AT  ODDS  W/  ATIENZA  OVER  MINING  ISSUE

TYPHOON  DELAYS  RETRIEVAL  OF  TOXIC C ARGO  INSIDE  M/V/  PRINCESS

SEPTEMBER 20, 2008:
CHANGE IN OUR POLITICS?  FPJ'S  DAUGHTER,  VILMA,  EDU,  KIKO  IN  2010

5  VILLAR  BODYGUARDS  SUSPENDED

LA UNION  TOWN  TREASURER  FLEES  WITH  P15-M  IN  BANK  DEPOSITS

SEPTEMBER 18, 2008:
PHILSTAR COLUMN:  ANOTHER  PANFILO  LACSON  DUD

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  LACSON,  AT  THE LOSING  END

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  FINANCIAL  SYSTEM  NEEDS  WATCHING

SEPTEMBER 16, 2008:
DIVINE  LOVE

2  BOOKSTORE  BRANCHES  IN  QC  RECEIVED  BOMB  THREATS

ROBIN  PADILLA'S  DAUGHTER  URGES  REBELS  TO  SPARE  LIVES  OF  CIVILIANS

SEPTEMBER 14, 2008:
OPINION:  GOVT  SHIFTING  TO  PEACE  TALKS  WITH  COMMUNITY

OPINION:  MINDANAO  CONFLICT  FAR  MORE  SERIOUS

OPINION:  DINNER  OVER  THE  BANGSAMORO  PROBLEM

SEPTEMBER 12, 2008:
ERAP  CONDOLES  WITH  FAMILY  OF  MOM  WHO  KILLED  SELF,  3  KIDS

THOUSANDS  IN  PANGASINAN  SUFFER  FROM  GASTROENTERITIS

ADDALAM  RIVER  IRRIGATION  PROJECT  IN  QUIRINO  PROJECT  INAUGURATED

SEPTEMBER 10, 2008:
NO  TEACHING  CATHOLICISM  IN  CATHOLIC  SCHOOLS?

DAGUPAN  ARCHBISHOP  CRUZ  FACES  80  LIBEL  CASES

FORENSIC  EXPERTS  IDENTIFIED  CAPTAIN  OF  PRINCESS OF STARS  AMONG  DEAD

SEPTEMBER 8, 2008:
COLUMN:  AFP  MORALE  AT  ITS  LOWEST  EBB

COLUMN:  FINESSE  THIEVERY

COLUMN:  EXPOSÉ  FATIGUE

SEPTEMBER 5, 2008:
ATTACKER  OF BATANES  GOVERNOR  NOT  A  PROFESSIONAL  HITMAN

'KAYA  NATIN'  GROUP  BACKS  BELEAGUERED  PAMPANGA  GOVERNOR

LIBEL  AND  CELEBRATING  CEBU'S  PRESS  FREEDOM  WEEK!

SEPTEMBER 3, 2008:
GOV. PANLILIO'S  TROUBLES  SPREAD  TO  LOCAL  CATHOLIC  CLERGY

GMA  PUSHES  'AGGIE  REVOLT'  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA,  BACKS LOCAL LEADERS

PINAY  TEACHER,  NEWLY  ARRIVED  IN  U.S.  DIES  IN  CAR  CRASH

SEPTEMBER 1, 2008:
PINOYS  STILL  ENJOY  READING  BOOKS  DESPITE  HARD  TIMES

OPUS  DEI  VOCATION  CENTER  HELPS  LESSEN  POVERTY  IN  RP

ANOTHER  VESSEL  LAUNCHING  IN  BALAMBAN,  CEBU

AUGUST 30, 2008:
ALEJANDRO ROCES:  THE  SAGUISAG  QUEZON  AWARD

MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  ACHIEVING  PEACE  ON  THE  GROUND  IN  MINDANAO

JARIUS  BONDOC:  FG  HANDS  CONFIRMS  ALL-OUT  VS.  MERALCO

AUGUST 28, 2008:
DFA  CLARIFIES  NATURE  OF  PSYCHIATRIC  TEST  FOR  OFWs

BATANGAS  VICE  MAYOR  SHOT D EAD

PADACA'S  GROUP TO PAMPANGA FOLK:  REJECT  RECALL-PANLILIO  MOVE

AUGUST 26, 2008:
PAIR  OF  GIANT  SLIPPERS  USHERS  GAPAN'S  'TSINELAS'  FESTIVAL

NPA  REBELS  FREE  PRIEST-KILLER'S  BROTHER

AFTER  SHARK-WATCHING  DOT  TO  PROMOTE  BIRD  WATCHING  IN  RP  NEXT

AUGUST 24, 2008:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  A  USELESS  LAW

MANILA STANDARD:  BACK  TO  THE  BARGAINING  TABLE

MANILA  TIMES:  BACK  TO  SQUARE  1

MANILA  BULLETIN:  MORE  TICKING  TIME  BOMBS - THE  GLOBAL  THREATS

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  ROAD  MAP  TO  WAR

AUGUST 22, 2008:
HOW  9  WEEKS  OF  NOVENA  BECAME  50 YEARS OF  MARRIED  BLISS

RECALL  MOVE  VS  PANLILIO  LAUNCHED

ERAP-LIM  FEUD:  LIM  RESIGNS  AS  PRESIDENT  OF  ERAP  PARTY

AUGUST 20, 2008:
PANLILIO'S  TOP  UNHAPPY  SUPPORTERS  JOIN  HANDS  WITH HIS  CRITICS

CORRUPTION  CHARGES  MARS  DUMPSITE  BACOLOD  BUY

RAMPANT ILLEGAL  LOGGING:  HOT  LOGS  UNEARTHED  ON  SIERRA  MADRE

AUGUST 18, 2008:
FEDERICO PASCUAL, JR:  WHAT?  CONSTITUTION  MUST  ADJUST  TO  MOA?

CARMEN PEDROSA:  THE  LAST  CARD

BABE  ROMUALDEZ:  WHAT  A  COUNTRY!

AUGUST 16, 2008:
BULACAN  MARKS  430th  FOUNDING  ANNIVERSARY

STRONG  QUAKE  ROCKS  BICOL  / TORNADO  HITS  LOS  BAÑOS  FOR  2  HOURS

HEALTH  EXPERTS:  1  IN  20  PATIENTS  ACQUIRE  INFECTIONS  IN  HOSPITALS

AUGUST 14, 2008:
MINDANAO  CONFLICT  DRAWS  IN  VISAYANS

U.P.  PROFESSOR  WARNS  CLIMATE  CHANGE  COULD  CUT  RP'S  GDP  BY  20%

MAYON  SPEWS  ASHES  UP  TO  200  METERS,  ALERT   LEVEL  RAISED

AUGUST 12, 2008:
QUAKE  ROCKS  MAYON  VOLCANO

ARMM  ELECTIONS:  TURTLE  ISLANDS  VOTE  MAY  DELAY  COUNTING

GUESS  WHO  CAME  TO  LUNCH  IN  BEIJING?

AUGUST 10, 2008:
GARDEN-TYPE  MALL  OPENS  IN  BULACAN

ALASKA  VOTERS  GET  POLL  PAMPHLETS  IN  TAGALOG  (FILIPINO)

GK  TO  BUILD  'DESIGNER  VILLAGES'

AUGUST 8, 2008:
SOUTHERN MINDANAO SECURITY  CENTER  TO  ADDRESS  INSURGENCY  PROBLEM

DOLE  REPORTS  CLOSE  TO  400, 000  JOB  VACANCIES  IN  RP,  ABROAD

RADIO  MINDANAO  NETWORK  COMMENTATOR  SHOT  DEAD  IN  ROXAS  CITY

AUGUST 6, 2008:
MILF  MOA:  FEDERALISM  OR  BALKANIZING  MINDANAO?

P.5-M  REWARD  UP  VS  MAYOR'S  KILLERS

INFIGHTING,  2  SCHEDULED  PLAYS  EYED  IN  PETA  GRENADE  BLAST

AUGUST 4, 2008:
LOW-TECH  TRANSPORT  FOR  HIGH-TECH  POLLS

MICROTEL CABANATUAN:  A  NEW  HOME  UP  NORTH

GRENADE  BLAST  ROCKS  PETA  OFFICE  IN  Q.C.

PANGASINAN  TOWN  MAYOR  SHOT  DEAD

AUGUST 2, 2008:
OPINION  OF  THE  DAY:  A  STEADY  HANDS  FOR  OFWs

OPINION:  STINK

OPINION:  CONTRACEPTION  AND  ABORTION

OPINION:  A  LEADER  WHO  IS  NOT  TRUSTED  IS  NOT  A  LEADER

JULY 31, 2008:
SOUTHERN  BEAT:  PROTEST  VS  VAT  GROWS

RP'S  FIRST  MIND  MUSEUM  TO  RISE  IN  GLOBAL  CITY

A  NEW  FEEL  OF  CITY  FOR  TABUK

HIGHWAY  IN  ZAMBO  COLLAPSES

JULY 29, 2008:
BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  STATE  OF  THE  NATION  ADDRESS

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  BRAVURA

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  SOON  BE  BACK  WHERE  WE  STARTED

STAR  EDITORIAL:  CHALLENGES  FOR  THE  14th  CONGRESS

JULY 27, 2008:
OPINION:  GET  OUT  OR  GET  EVEN

OPINION:  PALACE  MUST  NOT  RUSH  SIGNING  OF  MILF  PACT

OPINION:  PRICELESS  LESSON  FROM  AN AMERICAN  CAB DRIVER

OPINION:  GUILIANI  IN  MANILA  AND  LOCAL  POLITICS

JULY 25, 2008:
NEWS  FEATURE:  KARADZIC'S  SECRET  LIFE  SHOCKS  SERBIA

ECOWASTE:  RP'S  FIRST  LANDFILL GAS-TO-ENERGY  PLANT  LAUNCHED  IN  RIZAL

INSIDE  CEBU:  WHY  ARE  WE  PAYING  MORE  FOR  HIGH  OCTANE  FUEL?

35  HURT  IN  DIGOS  CITY  BUS  BLAST

JULY 23, 2008:
BULACAN  MAYOR  CHOOSES  TO  USE  TRICYCLE  OVER  SUV

FOUL  SMELL  IN  LA UNION  VILLAGE  LED  TO  SHABU  LABS

OMBUDSMAN  OFFICIALS  ADMIT  FEUD  BETWEEN  GUTIERREZ & VILLA-IGNACIO 

SIM  CARDS  HELPED  IDENTIFY  SULPICIO  FERRY  VICTIMS

JULY 21, 2008:
OPINION  ABOUT  LIFE  IN  OUR  COUNTRY:  HAVE  WE  LOST  IT?

OPINION:  TICKING  ENVIRONMENTAL  BOMB

OPINION  ON  GAS  PRICINGS:  ASEAN'S  CHALLENGES

OPINION  ON  POPULATION  CONTROL:  THE  ONE-EYED  CYCLOP

JULY 19, 2008:
EAGLE  KILLER  JUST  WANTED  BIRD  SOUP

POPE  BENEDICT  URGES  ALL  RELIGIOUS  LEADERS  TO  UNITE  VS  TERRORISM

DOTC  EYEING  SECOND-HAND  TRAINS  FOR  MRT

NO  CONTAMINATION  AROUND  SUNKEN  SULPICIO  FERRY - EUROPEAN  EXPERTS

JULY 16, 2008:
SURVEY:  BELMONTE  TOP  CHOICE  FOR  SENATOR  AMONG  ADMIN  OFFICIALS

INSIDE  CEBU:  STOP  BLAMING  THE  CHURCH  FOR  OUR  POVERTY!

JOLLIBEE DELIVERS:  OFWs  CAN  NOW  SEND  BURGERS  FROM  DUBAI

TYPHOON  'HELEN'  DUMPS  MORE  RAINS  OVER  NORTHERN  LUZON

JULY 14, 2008:
MATCH WIZARD:  DAGUPAN  COED  IS  ASIA'S  SUDOKU  CHAMPION

BADLY FLOODED:  PNRC,  BISHOP  APPEAL  FOR  AID  FOR  COTABATO  FOLK

SWEDISH  RED  CROSS  TO  SEND  WATER  SANITATION  UNIT  TO  ILOILO

INSIDE CEBU:  GOOD  GOVERNANCE  EQUALS  GOOD  PERFORMANCE

JULY 11, 2008:
JARIUS  BONDOC:  NERI  IS  IN  BUT  OUT  OF  COVETED  CABINET

STAR  OPINION:  EXCESSIVE  USE  OF  FORCE

MANILA  STANDARD OPINION:  2-WHEELED  ALTERNATIVES

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  SALIVATING  OVER  SSS'  P234 BILLION

JULY 9, 2008:
CEBU:  LTFRB  SHOULD  DO  A  SLIDING  SCALE  FOR  FARE  HIKES

SNIFFING  GUARDS  UNLEASHED  AT  MRT

OVER  12,000  SOLDIERS,  COPS  TO  BE  DEPLOYED  TO  ARMM  ELECTIONS

RAPS  VS.  MILITARY  AGENT  JUAMIL  BIYAW  MULLED  IN  DRILON  KIDNAPPPING

MANUEL L. QUEZON  SHRINE  IN  QC  DECLARED  'SACRED  GROUND'

JULY 7, 2008:
INSIDE  CEBU:  CORPORATE  FARMING  WILL  GIVE US  FOOD  SECURITY

POPE  TO  CBCP:  DO  YOUR  JOBS  AS  CHIEF  CATECHISTS

JOMA  SISON,  16  OTHERS  CHARGED  OVER  SURIGAO  ATTACK

FLOODS  DISPLACE  MAGUINDANAO VILLAGERS  /  TYPHOON  'GENER'  EXITS  RP

JULY 6, 2008:
WHO  IS  THE  REAL  CHRISTIAN --  BISHOP  REYES  OR  GK'S  MELOTO?

STAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  RIGHT  BALANCE

JUSTICE  FOR  THE  POOR

WHO  CARES  FOR  THE  CADIZ  CITY  FISHERMEN?

JULY 4, 2008:
LONGEST BARBECUE:  PANGASINAN  TOWN  CELEBRATES  GUINNESS  FEAT

GMA  LEADS  LAUNCH  OF  FIRST  SUBIC-MADE CONTAINER  SHIP

3  DEAD,  11  HURT  IN  COMPOSTELA  GRENADE BLAST

INSIDE CEBU:  STOP  FINGERPOINTING AND JUST  BE PREPARED

JULY 2, 2008:
ELECTION  CAMPAIGN  IN  ARMM  BEGINS SANS  FANFARE

NPAs  GO  ON  THE  RAMPAGE  IN  COMPOSTELA,  BANGANGA,  SURIGAO  ISLAND

JUSTICE  FOR  CAMPBELL  HAILED,  BUT...

TOFP:  SEARCH  FOR  RP  PATRIOTIC  DOCTORS

JUNE 30, 2008:
OPINION:  TOXIC

NOKOR  NUKES  COULD  REACH  RP,  TOO

OPINION:  POLITICAL  LAME  DUCKS

INSIDE  CEBU:  ANOTHER  NEAR  SEA  DISASTER

JUNE 28, 2008:
OPINION:  7,100  ISLANDS,  ONLY  21 LIGHTHOUSES

OPINION:  BUSINESS  AS  USUAL

OPINION:  DEADLY  RITUAL

OPINION:  RP  FOLLOWING  FATE  OF  PRINCESS  OF  THE  STARS?

JUNE 26, 2008:
LEYTE,  EASTERN  SAMAR  UNDER  STATE  OF  CALAMITY

NEGRENSES  SUFFER  DEVASTATING  LOSS  IN  COMMERCIAL  FISHING

GERMAN  CHARGED  FOR  BEATING  WIFE

MMDA  URGED  TO  END  DEPENDENCE  ON  LANDFILLS

JUNE 25, 2008:
CEBU:  5  KILLED  AS  SHIP  FOR  TOLEDO  SINKS  AHEAD  THE  PRINCESS

AGOO:  10 MISSING  FISHERS FOUND  /  SALVAGE  VICTIMS FOUND  IN ECIJA

ZAMBO:  WOMAN,  CHILD  BURIED  IN  LANDSLIDE

MAKATI  MAYOR  BINAY  SENDS  GARBAGE  TRUCKS  TO  MMDA

JUNE 24, 2008:
NAKAHANDA  ANG  SULPICIO  LINES:  P200,000  SA  BAWAT  BIKTIMA

BUTUAN:  MISSING  CARAGA  FISHERS  TOTAL  10;  5  BOATS  MISSING

TYPHOON  WIPED  OUT  NEGROS  COMMERCIAL  FISHING  FLEET

POWER  SUPPLY  BACK  TO  NORMAL  IN  METRO,  LUZON

JUNE 23, 2008:
MANILA  COPS  TO  FILE  RAPS  VS  WOMAN  IN  'BABY-THROWING'  CASE

MEDIA:  LEARNING  LESSONS  IN  CES  DRILON  INCIDENT

DENGUE  ALERT  IS  UP  IN PAMPANGA

THIS  OTHER  'FRANK'  IS  A  SEA  TURTLE

JUNE 20, 2008:
HULA  HOOP  TURNS  50

'ICE'  RAINS  IN  BAGUIO

BATANGAS  FARMERS  SEEK  END  TO  IMPASSE  ON  LAND  DISPUTE

TROPICAL  DEPRESSION 'FRANK'  BRINGS  FLOODS  TO  METRO

JUNE 18, 2008:
SEVEN WONDERS  SEARCH  DRAWING  MORE  TOURISTS  TO  RP

OFW  DIES  DURING  LIPOSUCTION  IN  QC  CLINIC

38  VILLAGERS  TAKEN  HOSTAGE  IN  LANAO

VERDICT  SET  IN  CAMPBELL  CASE 

JUNE 17, 2008:
BANGUS  BONE  COOKIES

COURT  ALLOWS  MISUARI  TO T RAVEL  TO  SAUDI,  KENYA,  UAE

A  MEETING  WITH  PAMPANGA  GOV.  AMO  ED,  A  GREAT  FILIPINO!

2  CEBU  MOMS  SUCCEED  AS  MICRO-ENTREPRENEURS

JUNE 15, 2008:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  LONG  WAIT  FOR  JUSTICE

OPINION:  MINDANAO,  LAND  OF  PLENTY  OR  LAND  OF  POVERTY?

OPINION  DOES  THE  CATHOLIC  CHURCH  RECOGNIZE ITS  GREATER  CRISIS?

CES  DRILON  ABDUCTION:  NOT  ANOTHER  STORY!

JUNE 12, 2008:
IS  THAT  RICE  IN  YOUR  'BALIKBAYAN'  BOX?

CEBU:  HEALTH  SECRETARY  TO  LEAD  INDEPENDENCE  RITES

MANILA  ARCHBISHOP  WANTS  RAPS  DISMISSED

CES  DRILON  ABDUCTION  CONFUSES  NEGROS  MEDIA

JUNE 10, 2008:
NEGROS  ORIENTAL  SHOWCASES  'BEST  KEPT  SECRETS'

NUEVA  ECIJA  URGED  TO  MAINTAIN  POST  AS  TOP  RICE  PRODUCER

SAN  JUAN  AT  A  GLANCE:  FACTS,  FIGURES,  ACHIEVEMENTS

 SAN JUAN  CELEBRATES  100th  YEAR  AS  INDEPENDENT  MUNICIPALITY

JUNE 9, 2008:
IN  PEACEFUL  BATANES,  COPS  NEED  TO  KILL  TIME

FROM  CEBU: MORE  ON  THE  HORRORS  AND  CORRUPTION  OF  CARP!

CABUYAO BANK ROBBERY:  CALABARZON  COPS  RECOVERED  P400,000  OF  P9-M LOOT

MILF  DISOWNS  ZAMBO  BOMBING  SUSPECT

JUNE 8, 2008:
MANILA TIMES SPECIAL REPORT:  U.P.  JOINS  WORLD  COMMERCE  ZESTFULLY

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  THE  WAY  SHE  MOVES

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  'KATAS'  NG  VAT?

STAR  EDITORIAL:  HANDICAPPED

JUNE 6, 2008:
TRON  COMES  TO  SCHOOL  /  HEALTHY  BAON  AND  A  STUN  GUN?

MISUARI  NOT  RUNNING  FOR  ARMM  GOVERNOR  /  TORNADO  IN  LINGAYEN

2  CANADIAN  MINERS  HELD  BY TRIBESMEN

INSIDE CEBU:  EXTEND  CARP  AND  KISS  FOOD  SECURITY  GOODBYE

JUNE 4, 2008:
CEBU:  A  GLUT  IN  RICE  SUPPLY?  SO, WHY  ARE  THE  PRICES  RISING?

IBAJAY  GETS  A  NEW  BRIDGE  IN  AKLAN;  ALTERNATIVE  TO  BORACAY?

US  AMBASSADOR  KENNEY  HAILS  ZAMBOANGA  RESILIENCY

NEWS FEATURE:  "NO  COMMUNION  FOR  RICE  HOARDERS" - COTABATO  BISHOP

JUNE 2, 2008:
OPINION:  FACES  BEHIND  THE  MERALCO  BOARDROOM  PROXY  WAR

OPINION:  FROM  PROFIT  TO  SERVICE-ORIENTED  BUSINESS

OPINION:  MERALCO  SQUABBLE  RELIVES  EARLIER  LOPEZ-ARROYO  CLASH

EDITORIAL:  COMELEC  SWAMPED  WITH WORK

MAY 31, 2008:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  DOING  BUSINESS  IN  THE PHILIPPINES

OPINION:  WHERE  ARE  WE  NOW  IN  THE  RICE  CRISIS?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  GOVT  IS  BIGGEST  GAINER  FROM  HIGH  OIL  PRICES
 

OPINION:  UNENDED

MAY 29, 2008:
DND  CHIEF  DOWNPLAYS  FAELDON'S  YOU TUBE  VIDEOS

MAN  FOUND  HIDING  IN  PASIG  COURTROOMS  CEILING

PANGASINAN  SEEKS  MORATORIUM  ON  LOAN  PAYMENTS

SEARCH  ON  FOR  ABDUCTED  ZAMBO  TRADER

MAY 27, 2008:
'PAWIKAN'  HAVEN  IN  PANGASINAN  RAVAGED  BY  TYPHOON  'COSME'

MT. KANLAON PARK:  IT  AIN'T  OVER  YET - ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

FUGITIVE  FAELDON  APPEARS  ON  YOUTUBE, NIXES  OFFER  OF  PARDON

FEWER  FAMILIES  SUFFER  FROM  PETTY  CRIMES - SURVEY

MAY 26, 2008:
6  PINOYS  JOINING  EVEREST  MARATHON

2  TROPICAL  CYCLONES  THREATEN  LUZON

THERE'S  REALLY  NO  CEBUANO  POWER  AGENDA!

KIDNEY  TRANSPLANTS  BAN:  INCONSISTENT  STAND

CAN  LOREN,  VILLAR, PING, MAR, CHIZ, AMONG ED BE THE NEXT  OBAMA?

MAY 24, 2008:
OPINION:  IRONIES  OF  CHINA  AND  MYANMAR  DISASTERS

OPINION:  DELIVERING  THE  GOODS

OPINION:  DESPERATE

OPINION:  STEALING  COMES  IN  VARIOUS  FORMS

MAY 22, 2008:
CAPTURED  CPP  LEADER  TAGGED  IN  CAGAYAN  LAWMAKER'S  KILLING

THE  PRESIDENT  IS  COMING

NO  SLOWING  DOWN  FOR  FR.  REUTER  AT  92

TYPHOON  'COSME'  DEATH  RISES  TO  37,  MOST  CASUALTIES  IN  PANGASINAN

MAY 21, 2008:
NBI:  LOCAL  NAT'L  FOOD  EXECUTIVES  CONSPIRING  WITH  BIG  RICE  TRADERS

FROM  CEBU:  WE  HAVE  MEN  ON  TOP  OF  THE  AFP!

COTABATO  BUS  COMPANY  UNFAZED  BY  NEW  BOMB  ATTACK

3  ARROYO  KIN  AMONG  RICHEST  IN  CONGRESS

MAY 19, 2008:
OPINION:  RUTHLESSNESS

OPINION:  LACK  OF  TRANSPARENCY

OPINION:  LACK  OF  COORDINATION  RESULTS  TO  INEFFICIENT  GOVT  SERVICE

OPINION:  DANGEROUS  LIAISONS

MAY 17, 2008:
TYPHOON  COSME  BRINGS  MORE  RAIN  TO  METRO,  LUZON

PINOY  IN  CALIFORNIA  GETS  37  MONTHS  FOR  $10-M  FRAUD

NOLI  ON  WAY  TO  KUWAIT:  KUWAIT  EMIR  VOWS  TO  SAVE  PINAY  FROM  DEATH
 

CABUYAO:  BANK  ROBBERS  MASSACRE  10
 
MAY 16, 2008:
OPINION:  PRESIDENT'S  TIME

OPINION:  LONG  OVERDUE  ASSISTANCE

COLUMN:  NO SIR,  THERE'S  NO  RICE  CRISIS  IN  BOHOL!

TYPHOON  'BUTCHOY'  LEAVES  P43-M  IN  AGRI  LOSSES  IN 2  PROVINCES

MAY 14, 2008:
OFW  GETS  DEATH  IN  KUWAIT

KASAL,  BINYAG,  LIBING  HINDERS  DELIVERY  OF  SERVICES  TO  POOR

WESTERN  VISAYAS  PUBLIC  TRANSPORT  PARALYZED  BY  STRIKE

8  VILLAGES  TURN   INTO  'GHOST'  BARANGAYS
 
MAY 12, 2008:
FROM CEBU:  LETTERS  ON  KANG-IRAG  GOLF  COURSE  AND  CBCP

SLAIN BULACAN MAYOR  LAID TO REST / 60  OF  733  N. ECIJA  COPS  PASS COURSE

LIBYA  AGREES  TO  LEAD  MONITORING  TEAM  IN  MINDANAO

BEWARE  OF  TXT  SCAMS!

MAY 10, 2008:
ALEX  MAGNO:  DESPICABLE

STAR  EDITORIAL:  DEVASTATED

BERNARD KARGANILLA:  WHAT  HATH  ASIA  WROUGHT?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  PHILIPPINE  NATIONAL  OIL  ON  THE  SPOT

MAY 9, 2008:
JUDGE  ORDERS  IMMIGRATION  TO  ISSUE  GABBY  C.  HOLD  DEPARTURE  ORDER
 

DENR  CHIEF  TO  N. VIZCAYA  GOV:  COME  TO  YOUR  SENSES

EX-CALUMPIT  MAYOR'S  MURDER:  2  SUSPECTS  KILLED;  OBET  CRIES  COVER-UP

EXTEND  CARP  TO  SATISFY  A  BISHOP'S  VENGEANCE?

MAY 7, 2008:
RECTAL SURGERY SCANDAL:  CRIMINAL  RAPS  POISED  VS  CEBU  HOSPITAL  STAFF

CHURCH  OFFICIALLY  RECOGNIZES  VIRGIN  MARY  APPARITION  IN  FRANCE

MANILA  ARCHBISHOP  NOT  AMUSED  BY  PARADE  OF  GAYS  IN  SANTACRUZAN

SWS  POLL:  PINOYS  INVOLUNTARY  HUNGER  DIPS  IN  FIRST  QUARTER

MAY 5, 2008:
MMDA  STARTS  CLEARING  WATERWAYS

ILOCOS  ADOPTS  SWEET  SORGHUM  AS  PRIORITY  BIOFUEL  CROP

THE C ASE  OF  THE  BANILAD  FRIARS'  ESTATE  IN  CEBU

SEAWEED  PAN DE SAL  ANYONE?

MAY 4, 2008:
OPINION:  GOVT  KNOWS  OF  PLAN  FOR  P1  GAS  PRICE  HIKE

OPINION:  IMMIGRATION  CONSULTANTS  DON'T  KNOW  'SECRET  LAWS'

OPINION:  DOH  CHIEF  FRANCISCO DUQUE  BEARS  3  SIGNS  OF  INCOMPETENCE

OPINION:  MERALCO  AND  THE  LOPEZ  FAMILY

MAY 2, 2008:
PRIVATE  WORKERS  EMPTY-HANDED;  GOVT  WORKERS  GET  10%  HIKE

DOWNPOUR  FAILS  TO  DAMPEN  DAGUPAN  'BANGUS'  STREET  PARTY

ECONOMIC  WOES  MAY  HIT  CHURCH  COFFERS

PAGASA:  MAY  IS  HOTTEST  MONTH

MAY 1, 2008:
DA  TO  TAP  2,500  RETAIL  OUTLETS  TO  SELL  NFA  RICE

GLOBAL  FILM  INDUSTRY  LOSES  $1.2 B  A  YEAR  TO  PIRATES

FEDERALISM:  IT'S  TIME  WE  ADOPT  IT!

CENTRAL  LUZON  WORKERS  FIRM  ON  P125  PAY  HIKE  DEMAND

APRIL 29, 2008:
OPINION:  ARAW  NG  SAYAW  (DAY  OF  DANCE)

OPINION:  A  LITTLE  LIGHT,  AT  SUNSET

OPINION:  AUTOMATED  CHEATING

TODAY'S  EDITORIALS  AT  PHNO:  PHILSTAR,  MALAYA,  TRIBUNE

APRIL 28, 2008:
BI  INSTALLS  125  PASSPORT  READERS  IN  RP  AIRPORTS

MAKATI   MOTORISTS  SWITCH  OFF  ENGINES  FOR  1  MINUTE  TODAY

YOU TUBE  INCIDENT:  NEW  LAWS  WANTED!

CLARK  EXECUTIVE,  WIFE  FACE  ARREST  FOR  ESTAFA

APRIL 27, 2008:
FEWER  NURSES  SEEKING  U.S.  JOBS

CEBU:  BARANGAY  SAN  NICOLAS  MARKS  FIRST  'KAPLAG-BAWAD'  FEST

BATANGAS  JUDGE  HITS  BACK,  SAYS  SHE'S  VICTIM OF POLITICAL GAME

NUEVA  ECIJA  GOVERNOR,  LAWMAKER-WIFE  FACE  GRAFT  RAPS

APRIL 25, 2008:
OPINION:  TRUE  LEADERSHIP  IS ABOUT  HONESTY,  HUMILITY,  MORAL  COURAGE

OPINION:  A  BOUNTIFUL  HARVEST

OPINION:  FALLACIES  AND  DECEPTIONS

OPINION:  PLAYING  HERO  TO  MASK  FAULTS

APRIL 23, 2008:
WHY ISN'T  CEBU  REPRESENTED  IN  THE  AIR  PANEL?

ANGELES  BACK  AS  'SIN  CITY'

MPD'S 'DISCIPLINE ZONE':  STRETCH  FROM CM RECTO FROM DIVISORIA TO LEGARDA

AMID  RICE  CRISIS:  PINOYS  TO  SCRIMP  ON  CELL  PHONE  LOAD

APRIL 21, 2008:
METRO  MANILANS  CAN  GROW  THEIR  OWN  FOOD

WOMAN  NABBED  FOR  SWINDLING  P10M  FROM  ENTREPRENEURS

METRO  GARBAGE  PROBLEM  RETURNS

ERAP  OR  HIS  EGO  SHOULD  RETIRE  FROM  POLITICS

APRIL 18, 2008:
A  TALK  WITH  LANCE  GOKONGWEI  OF  CEBU  PACIFIC

METRO  FIRMS  CRY  OUT  FOR  'QUALIFIED'  MANPOWER

DAGUPE
ÑOS  HONOR  LUCIO  TAN

GADDAFI  ENVOY  BACK  TO  HELP  REUNITE  FACTIONS  OF  MNLF

APRIL 16, 2008:
OPINION:  SMART  LIVING

OPINION:  MOBOCRATS

OPINION:  BETTER  TO  PLUNDER  THAN  TO  MUTINY?

OPINION:  DECADES  OF  PROBLEMS  FALL  ON  ART  YAP

APRIL 15, 2008:
CEBU:  50  HOUSES  RAZED  IN  SAWANG  CALERO

ISABELA  POSTS  283%  RICE  SUFFICIENCY

MT.  DIWALWAL MINE  SITE:  A  DISASTER-IN-WAITING

MANILA  COPS  USE  GPS  IN  ANTI-CRIME  DRIVE

APRIL 14, 2008:
(AKI) UN:  URGENT  AID  NEEDED  TO  AVERT  GLOBAL  FOOD  CRISIS

INQUIRER  NEWS:  WORLD  ECONOMIC  LEADERS  ACT  TO  COUNTER  FOOD  CRISIS

MALAYA  OPINION:  IS  IT  THE  CURSE  OF  SISYPHUS?

STAR  OPINION:  INFLATION  RI(CE)SING

APRIL 12, 2008:
ALEX  MAGNO:  DEMOCRACY  102

ROSALINDA  OROSA:  FRENCH  SPRING  IS  HERE!  FANTASTIC  ISRAELI  TRIO

CARMEN  PEDROSA:  WE  DON'T  THE  LUXURY  OF  TIME

ALEJANDRO  ROCES:  PREPARING  FOR  THE  WORSE

APRIL 11, 2008:
CAMPBELL  SLAY  TRIAL  ENDS

MALUNGGAY  OIL  TAPPED  AS  BIOFUEL  IN  U.S.

BANGUS  (MILKFISH)  SUFFERS  FROM  HEATSTROKE

PRIEST  ELECTROCUTED  TO  DEATH  BY  KARAOKE  MICROPHONE

APRIL 9, 2008:
INJUSTICE:  THE  ROOT  CAUSE  OF  CORRUPTION

CIVILIANS  KILLED  IN  ABRA  MASSACRE

JAPANESE  MAN  PUNCHES  CEBU  GOVERNOR'S  DAUGHTER

NFA  ADMITTED:  WAREHOUSE  WITH  30,000  BAGS  OF  RICE  STILL  UNLICENSED

APRIL 7, 2008:
PROTECTING  HUMAN  HEALTH  FROM  CLIMATE  CHANGE

COPS  GETTING  TO  KNOW  'MIRANDA'

14th  CONVENTION  OF  MOTORCYCLE  CLUBS

MARATHONERS  COMMEMORATE  WW2  DEATH  MARCH

APRIL 5, 2008:
42  STRANDED  OFWs  TO  ARRIVE  HOME  FROM  JEDDAH  NEXT  WEEK

SPRATLYS:  THE  NEXT  SUMMER  GETAWAY

PAMPANGA  VICE  GOV,  BOARD  FILE  CHARGES  VS  PANLILIO

DEROGATORY  MATERIALS  GREET  LOZADA  DURING  DAGUPAN  VISIT

APRIL 3, 2008:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  SWINE  SCAM

OPINION:  SAVING  THE ENVIRONMENT,  IS  IT  WORTH  DYING FOR?

OPINION:  GLOBAL

OPINION:  WRONG  LAW

APRIL 1, 2008:
GREEN  RP:  4-DAY  NORTH  LUZON  ENVIRONMENT  CARAVAN  STARTS

HIBISCUS  NAMED  AFTER  A  'GREAT  WOMAN'  WITH  PASSION  FOR  TRUTH

7  OF  MANILA  MAYOR  LIM'S  MEN  FACE  EXTORTION  RAPS

IN  DIWALWAL  GRADUATION  MEDALS  MADE  OF  REAL  GOLD

MARCH  31, 2008:
OBSERVANCE  OF  'EARTH  HOUR'  IN  RP  SUCCESSFUL,  SAYS  ENERGY  CHIEF

PRESIDENT  ARROYO  LOOKS  FORWARD  TO  MEET  HK  OFWs

UGLIEST  BILLBOARDS  ON  THE  PLANET

WHAT  DO  YOU  LIKE  ABOUT  THE  PHILIPPINES  AND  FILIPINOS?

MARCH  29, 2008:
RP  OBSERVES  EARTH  HOUR  TONIGHT

MUNTINLUPA  MAYOR,  24  OTHERS  FACE  PLUNDER,  GRAFT  RAPS

BAGUIO:  I  SAW  MY  BABY'S  HEAD  ROLL  ON THE  FLOOR

OPPOSITION  SENATORS' TOP  PERFORMANCE:  FOR  'ZTE-NBN'  DRAMA  SERIES?

MARCH  27, 2008:
NEGROS:  IS  THERE  REALLY  A  RICE  SHORTAGE?

SEEKING  PROTECTION  VS  PING:  NBI  GIVES  SANCTUARY  TO  NBN  WITNESS

PING  LACSON  DENIES  KNOWING  ADOR  MAWANAY

34.5 C  IN  METRO,  HOTTEST  THIS  YEAR

MARCH  26, 2008:
BULLETIN  COLUMN:  TOUGH  TIMES  AHEAD

MALAYA  COLUMN:  A  SIN  OF  THE CHURCH

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  PUPPET  HIGH  COURT

STAR  EDITORIAL:  TRUTH  AND  ACCOUNTABILITY

MARCH  24, 2008:
OPINION:  DISCORDANT  VOICES

OPINION:  HAVE  WE  AS  A  NATION  OVERCOME  OURSELVES?

LOZADA  STILL  HOPING  TO  GET  HIS  LIFE  BACK

JDV  SAYS  HIS  TIES  WITH  GMA  IS  'EVEN  BELOW  ZERO'

MARCH  21, 2008:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  CLEAN,  GREEN  DESTINATIONS

OPINION:  INSPIRING  CHANGE  THROUGH  CULTURAL  CARE-GIVING

OPINION:  WHY  GOD  ALLOWS  EVIL

OPINION:  INTOLERANT

MARCH  20, 2008:
CEBU  PRIEST:  LOZADA  SHOULD  APOLOGIZE  FOR  BASELESS  ACCUSATIONS

TALISAY:  CENECO  TO  BUY  CO-GENERATED  POWER  FROM  SUGAR  MILL

MUSLIM  COUNTRIES  URGE  MNLF-MILF  ALLIANCE

HEALTH CHIEF:  DRINK MORE  WATER TO AVOID DEHYDRATION THIS  SUMMER

MARCH  19, 2008:
JUN  LOZADA  SLAMS  CEBU  ARCHDIOCESE:  "ARCHDIOCESE OF MALACA
ÑANG"

PALM SUNDAY:  THOUSANDS  WAVED  FINAL  GOOD  BYE  TO  BACOLOD  GOVERNOR

P470-M INFRASTRUCTURE  DEVPT  IN THE WORKS  FOR  N. ECIJA'S  "LITTLE  BAGUIO"

BISHOP:  FLAGELLATION,  CRUCIFIXION,  AGAINST  CHURCH  TEACHINGS

MARCH  17, 2008:
OPINION:  HOW  SPORTS  CAN HEAL A  NATION

OPINION:  CHINESE  OBJECTION  MEANS  RP  IS  RIGHT

OPINION:  FOR  HEAVEN'S  SAKE

OPINION:  TO  CATCH  A  CROOK

MARCH  15, 2008:
ILOCOS  FARMERS  CITE  GMA  FOR  MAKING  THEM  MORE  PRODUCTIVE

31  WOMEN  RESCUED  FROM  ILLEGAL  RECRUITERS

NEGRENSES  MOURN  GOV.  JOSEPH  '319'  MARA
ÑON  PASSING

NO  LENT  BREAK  FOR  TROOPS  PURSUING  ABU  SAYYAF,  JI

MARCH  14, 2008:
HUMAN  TRAFFICKING  UP  DUE  TO  TOURISM  BOOM  IN  CENTRAL  VISAYAS

MUSLIMS  BELIEVE  POLL  VIOLENCE  IS  'WAY  OF  LIFE'

JV:  EO  712  GIVES  FALSE  HOPE  TO  TRANSPORT  GROUPS

RALLY  AT  LIWASANG  BONIFACIO  TODAY

MARCH  12, 2008:
OPINION:  UNPRODUCTIVE  KIND  OF  RENEWABLE  ENERGY

OPINION:  ANCESTRAL  DOMAIN

OPINION:  REVISITING  FRANKENSTEIN

OPINION:  WHY  ED  MA
ÑALAC  RESIGNED  FROM  PNOC

MARCH  11, 2008:
JAMBY  VS  PIA:  CAT  FIGHT  ERUPTS  ANEW  AT  SENATE

ASIAN  SPIRIT  TO  LAUNCH  INT'L  FLIGHTS  FROM  CLARK  TO  S. KOREA
 

NEGRENSE  SEAMAN'S  FAMILY  WIPED  OUT  IN  CAR  MISHAP

ABSENTEEISM:  MORE  THAN  50  LINE  AGENCIES STAFF  OF  ARMM  SACKED

MARCH  10, 2008:
MANILA STANDARD EDITORIAL:  SINKING  DEEPER  INTO  QUICKSAND

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  THE  SPRATLYS  ISSUE

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  RULE  BY  A  CRIMINAL  SYNDICATE

OPINION:  TREASON  IS  A  BIT  TOO  MUCH

MARCH  8, 2008:
MMDA  GEARS  FOR  TRANSPORT  STRIKE  ON  TUESDAY

LANDSLIDE-PRONE  AREAS  IN  ALBAY  MONITORED  /  IN  BAGUIO  IT'S  10  DEG

DEP-ED  ARMM  WON'T  ALLOW  LOZADA  IN  SCHOOL  CAMPUSES

COMMUNIST  REBELS  RAID  COMPOSTELA  MINING  SITE

MARCH  7, 2008:
(PHNO NEWS ARTICLE OF THE DAY) CEBU:  AN  ISLAND  NEAR  THE  PHILIPPINES!

GMA  ORDERS  IMMEDIATE  REHAB  OF  INFRA  IN  SAMAR

CBCP  HEAD  LEADS  PROTEST  RALLY  VS  ILOILO  COAL-FIRED  POWER  PLANT

TRAGEDY:  TOP HIG SCHOOL COED'S  DREAMS  COME  TO AN   END  N  MANHOLE

MARCH  6, 2008:
(PHNO COLUMN OF THE DAY)  WOMEN:   WELLSPRING  OF  THE  NATION

OPINION:  A  DEEPLY  DELUDED  OPPOSITION

OPINION:  PEOPLE'S  PICK - VIOLENT  OR  NON-VIOLENT  CHANGE?

OPINION:  TREASON,  A  GREATER  CRIME  THAN  CORRUPTION

MARCH  5, 2008:
CONTAMINATED  WATER  SUPPLY  SEEN  BEHIND  LAGUNA   TYPHOID  CASES

STRONG  QUAKE  PROMPTS  LANDSLIDE  WATCH  IN  BICOL

EDSA?  NOT  ANYMORE,  THE  MILLIONS  DID  NOT  SHOW  UP  TO  'PRAYER'  RALLY

SO  MANY  ANOMALIES,  SO  LITTLE  TIME

MARCH  4, 2008:
OPINION:  NOLI  CAN'T  EVADE  DUTY  TO  BECOME  PRESIDENT  IN  CASE...

OPINION:  DISPROPORTIONATE

OPINION:  WHY  HUMOR  A  RUMOR?

OPINION:  HAS  GMA  PROPERLY  ASSESSED  HER  OPTIONS?

MARCH  3, 2008:
SENATE BLUE RIBBON SHOULD  BE  RENAMED  'SENATE CAMPAIGN  COMMITTEE'

REMAINS  OF  SOLDIER,  PAL  DUG  UP  IN  QUEZON

LANDSLIDE  THREAT  IN  ALBAY:  FORCED  EVACUATION IN 2 VILLAGES  ORDERED

2  SOLDIERS,  4  HURT  IN  SULU  VIDEOKE  BAR  BLAST

MARCH  1, 2008:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  DESTABILIZING  FACTORS

OPINION:  LET  FACTS  DECIDE

OPINION:  GRILLED

OPINION: WHILE  SENATORS  GRANDSTAND,  VITAL  LEGISLATIONS  GATHER  DUST

FEBRUARY 29, 2008:
ANTI-GOVT  RALLY  SET  IN  CEBU  TODAY  COINCIDING  W/  INTERFAITH  RALLIES

SAN  FERNANDO  AIR  BASE:  A  SHOWCASE  OF  SCIENTIFIC  FARMING

FROM  CEBU:  CBCP  MUSTS  NOW  PUSH  FOR  REAL  CHANGE

METRO:  TERRORISTS  TO  BOMB  CERTAIN  STRUCTURES  OF  METRO  TODAY?

FEBRUARY 28, 2008:
OPINION:  STANDSTILL

OPINION:  SOBER

OPINION:  CBCP  PRODS  NOT  ONLY  GMA  BUT  ALL SECTORS

OPINION:  TOO  MANY  COOKS  (OR  CROOKS)  SPOILING  THE  TRUTH

FEBRUARY 27, 2008:
EASTERN  SAMAR  FOLK  NEED  EMERGENCY  JOBS,  SAYS  GOVERNOR

THANK  GOD  WE  DIDN'T  HAVE  ANOTHER  EDSA

NPA  APOLOGIZES  FOR  KILLING OF   DAVAO  TRADER

AT  ZTE  HEARING:  IS  IT  'ZAY'  OR  'ZEE'?  BURGER  OR  BURJER?

FEBRUARY 26, 2008:
BAD OMEN AT EDSA: FLAG  REFUSED  TO  ASCEND, THEN  FELL TO  THE  GROUND

CEBU  ARCHBISHOP  CRITICIZED  FOR  NOT  BACKING  PEOPLE  POWER  MOVE

DIFFERENT  'PEOPLE  POWER'  CELEBRATED  IN  LA  UNION

ILOILO'S  'BUSINA  NG KATUTUHAN'

FEBRUARY 25, 2008:
OPINION:  THE  ENDGAME

OPINION:  SCARRED  LEGACIES

OPINION:  WHEN  ALL  IS  SAID  AND  DONE

OPINION:  MAKE  IT  CLEAR

FEBRUARY 23, 2008:
HELP  EASTERN  SAMAR  FLOOD  VICTIMS  TOO,  SAYS  NEOPHYTE  SOLON

ARREST  WARRANT  OUT  FOR  PALAWAN  GOVERNOR

CEBU:  STILL  SUPPORTING  ARROYO... TOMAS  SUPPORTS SEARCH  FOR  TRUTH

BACOLOD  BISHOP:  STOP  DEFENDING  THE  PALACE

FEBRUARY 22, 2008:
OPINION:  THE  CITIZENS'  TRUSTEE

OPINION  OF  THE  DAY:  IF  THE PRICE  IS  RIGHT...

OPINION:  PEACE  OF  THE  DAMNED

OPINION:  ZTE  DEAL  BROKE  GOVT  CONTRACTING  RULES

FEBRUARY 21, 2008:
CEBU  CUSTOMS  ORDERS  TO  DESTROY  SEIZED  HOT  CARS

EASTERN  SAMAR  DEATH  TOLL NOW  10  /  LANDSLIDES  IN  CATANDUANES

EVEN  IN  'GMA  COUNTRY'  MASSIVE  RALLY  PLANNED

WAYWARD SPY SATELLITE  SHUT-DOWN IN PACIFIC,  BUT NO DEBRIS  WILL HIT RP

FEBRUARY 20, 2008:
OPINION:  CORRUPTION  &  BLIND  LOYALTY  HARM  ECONOMIC  STABILITY

JUN LOZADA:  IMPERFECT  HERO

OPINION:  IS  NERI  ATE  GLUE'S  SECOND  ENVELOPE?

OPINION:  OF  CRY-A-THONS  AND  HISTRIONICS

FEBRUARY 19, 2008:
BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  POLITICAL  CHARADE

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  BOGUS  PROBES

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  COVER-UP  GOES  ON

STAR  EDITORIAL:  WEB  OF  CORRUPTION

FEBRUARY 18, 2008:
MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  'PEOPLE  POWER'  FATIGUE

SARA  SOLIVEN  DE  GUZMAN:  HOPING  AGAINST  HOPE

ANA  MARIE  PAMINTUAN:  LEGAL  POWER

JARIUS  BONDOC:  PROOF  OF  OVERPRICE IN  ZTE  CONTRACT

FEBRUARY 16, 2008:
CEBU  PACIFIC  FLIES  TO  VIETNAM

GOVERNOR  CUP  HORSESHOW  AND  COMPETITION  OPENS  IN  MANDAUE

CHR  URGES  FILING  CHARGES  VS  SOLDIERS  OVER  SULU  DEATHS

ATIENZA  DECRIES  SENATE  'TORTURE'

FEBRUARY 14, 2008:
140  PANGASINAN  COUPLES  TO  EXCHANGE  'I  DOs'  TODAY

NEGROS:  VALENTINE'S  AND  OTHER  ISSUES  OVERTAKE  ZTE  PROBE

BATANGAS  MAYOR  KILLED  IN  AMBUSH

2nd  TRIPARTITE  OPENS  IN  ISTANBUL,  MISUARI  MISSED  IT  ANEW

FEBRUARY 13, 2008:
OPINION:  WHAT  COULD  SPARK  'COMMUNAL  ACTION'?

OPINION:  YOU  GO  FIRST

OPINION:  DIVINE  DESIGN  OR  IRONIC  COINCIDENCE?

OPINION:  LOZADA  WAS  AFRAID  OF  THE  SENATE

FEBRUARY 12, 2008:
NEW  I.T.  SCHOOL  TO  RISE  UP  IN  LAS  PI
ÑAS

GOV  VI  HANDS  OUT  MEDICAL  ASSISTANCE

NEGROS:  UPROAR  OVER  'INTSIK'  SLUR

MASBATE  POLICE  CHIEF  SURVIVES  NPA  AMBUSH

FEBRUARY 11, 2008:
OPINION:  A  NATION  IN  TEARS

OPINION:  HELLO,  FG...

OPINION:  TIME  TO  FILE  CRIMINAL  RAPS

STAR  EDITORIAL:  ARROGANCE  OF  POWER

FEBRUARY 9, 2008:
CULT  LEADER  ECLEO  PARRICIDE  TRIAL:  ECONG  HOLDS  OFF  DECISION

LOZADA  DRAMA  OVERRIDES  BACOLAODIAT  IN  BACOLOD

BOMB PLOT  IN  HOTEL  FOILED /  US  TROOPS  NOT  INVOLVED  IN  SULU  CLASH

LOZADA:  FG  CALLED  ME  J LO

FEBRUARY 8, 2008:
JOSE  C.  SISON:  CIRCUMSTANTIAL

CITO  BELTRAN:  THE  GREATER  SIN

MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  DRAT!

ANA  MARIE  PAMINTUAN:  WILL  IT  BE  WORTH  IT?

JARIUS  BONDOC:  FROM  KICKBACKERS  TO  KIDNAPPERS

FEBRUARY 7, 2008:
NOGRALES  AS  SPEAKER,  LOZADA 'KIDNAP'  FAIL  TO DAMPEN  BACO-LAODIAT

ABU  FACING  MURDER  RAPS  ARRESTED  OVER  STOLEN  BIKE

4-DAY  INTERNATIONAL  HOT  AIR  BALLOON  KICKS OFF  AT  CLARK  TODAY

CHINESE  NEW  YEAR:  RAT  IN,  PIG  OUT

FEBRUARY 5,  2008:
AFTER  LAMBASTING  MALACANANG,  JDV  DECLARED  ALL HOUSE  SEATS  VACANT

CLARK  AIRPORT  NOW  JAL  1st  CHOICE  FOR  FLIGHT  EMERGENCIES

ASH  WEDNESDAY  MAY  USHER  IN  LENT  FOR  SPEAKER  DE  VENECIA

GMA  EARMARKED  P1 B  FOR  1,000  FLATBED  PALAY  DRYERS  IN  RP

FEBRUARY 4,  2008:
OPINION:  REDEMPTION

OPINION:  CONGRESS  PORK  BARREL  WILL  GO  IN  FG'S  HANDS

OPINION:  WHAT IS  OUR  COMMITMENT  TO  THIS  COUNTRY?

OPINION:  WOULD  YOU  DO  BUSINESS  WITH  THESE  PROFESSIONALS?

FEBRUARY 2,  2008:
PANGASINAN  FARMER  AND THE NEW  ATLAS  TOMATO VARIETY

EXTORTION,  LABOR  WOES  NOT  BEHIND  ATTACK  -  GENSAN FIRM

MAYNILAD  TO  START  WORK  ON  BF  HOMES  PIPELINES

CANDABA  STAGES  FIRST  IBON-EBON  FESTIVAL

FEBRUARY 1,  2008:
ISABELA COUNCILOR,  WIFE  CHARGED  W/  LARGE-SCALE  ILLEGAL RECRUITMENT

CEBU:  CAN  AFP  STOP  NPAs  IN  JUST  A FEW  MONTHS?

COTABATO:  AL-KHOBAR  EYED  IN  GENSAN  BLAST

ZAMBO:  RODA'S  KILLER  SLAIN  IN  TAWI-TAWI

JANUARY 31,  2008:
OPINION:  COUNTER-CYCLICAL

OPINION:  DARK  CLOUDS  ON  OPEN  SKIES

OPINION:  HOW  THEY  ALMOST  SUCCEEDED  IN  SELLING  US  THE  BIG  LIE

OPINION:  ASIA - 8%;  USA - ZERO  GROWTH

JANUARY 30,  2008:
BOMBS  FOUND NEAR  PASAY  BUS  TERMINAL

MODERN-DAY SLAVERY:  U.S.  COUPLE  SENTENCED  FOR  ABUSE  OF  PINAY  MAID

SULU,  BASILAN  KIDS  CALL  IT  A  DAY

MARINES  TO  FORM  OWN  ANTI-TERROR  FORCE  IN BAILAN, SULU, TAWI-TAWI

JANUARY 29,  2008:
PASIG  BUILDS  BRIDGES  TO  MAKATI,  MARIKINA

RP  EMBASSY  IN  CANADA  WORKING  ON  REPATRIATION  OF  SLAIN  OFW's  BODY

DINAGYANG'S  ADDED  TWIST

'MAPAGPALA'  GROUP  BLAMES  LLDA  FOR  LAGUNA  LAKE  DETERIORATION

JANUARY 28,  2008:
MORE  POWER  FOR  ISLAND  OF  CEBU, BUT...

DRIZZLE  FAILS  TO  DAMPEN  FESTIVE  MOOD  AT  DINAGYANG

GERMAN  NATIONAL  WHO  FORCED  HIS  KIDS  TO  BEG  TO  BE  DEPORTED

CAVITE  GOVERNOR  FINALLY  INKS  AGREEMENT  ON  SANITARY  LANDFILL

JANUARY 26,  2008:
OPINION:  LIES,  DESIRES  AND  SOLICITOR  GEN.  DEVANADERA

OPINION:  TOP  STORY

OPINION:  RECESSION

STAR  EDITORIAL:  INVESTING  IN  EDUCATION

JANUARY 25,  2008:
BUTCH DALISAY:  THIS  OLD  HOUSE

6,000  STRONG  FORCE  TO  SECURE  REVELERS  IN  DINAGYANG FESTIVAL

THANKS  TO  THE  STAR:  GOOD  NEWS  DOES  SELL!

GRENADE  BLAST  HITS  DAR'S  NEGROS  OFFICE

JANUARY 24,  2008:
DENGUE OUTBREAK  CONTINUES  TO  RAVAGE CEBU  CITY

SELF-DEFENSE:  LEVISTE  BREAKS  DOWN  ON  WITNESS STAND

BACOLOD  CITY  FACES  COURT  SUIT

HEALING  PRIEST  PERFORM  'MIRACLES'  AT  ST.  JUDE

JANUARY 22,  2008:
CEBU  GOVERNOR  CALLS  FOR  UNITY  AMONG  3rd  DISTRICT  EXECS

2,000  COPS  TO  GREET  RALLYISTS  AT  MENDIOLA  TODAY

TRILLANES  PLANNING  A  JAILBREAK?

NEXT  FEW  DAYS  STILL  RAINY  IN  RP  -  PAGASA  /   RP  EAGLE  RESCUED

JANUARY 21,  2008:
LANAO  DEL  SUR:  A  MAJOR  STEP  IN  FOREST  PROTECTION

CEBU  DELEGATIONS  WIN  SINULOG  2008

RUSSIAN  TOURISTS  BIGGEST  SPENDERS  IN  RP

NCRPO  ON  ALERT  AT  MENDIOLA  RALLY

JANUARY 19,  2008:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  CONSEQUENCES  OF  NEGLECT

STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  FREE,  ACTUALLY

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  NO  POLITICS  INVOLVED?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  SEALING  PARTNERSHIP

JANUARY 17,  2008:
AN  EXCITING  WEEKEND - STO. NI
ÑO AND AIRPORT OPENING

PINOY  SCIENTIST  TO  CONDUCT  LECTURES  ON  CLIMATE  CHANGE

COUNCIL  REJECTS  DUTERTE  QUIT  BID

BILLIONAIRE  PRESENTS  'LOVE  TAPES'  IN  COURT

JANUARY 16,  2008:
SURVEILANCE  CAMERAS  MOUNTED  IN  SULTAN  KUDARAT  PUBLIC  PLACES

POLITICAL  ABSURDITY:  RECALL  MOVE  VS  PANLILIO  WON'T  PROSPER - LAWYER

CEBU:  STOP  CAR  SMUGGLING!  CATCH  CAR  SMUGGLERS!

LACSON,  BEROYA  FEUD  OVER  HOT  CARS

JANUARY 15,  2008:
WHICH  PRESIDENTIABLE  CAN  LEAD  FOR  ECONOMIC  PROGRESS, NOT POPULARITY?

OPINION:  THE  VIRTUES  OF  DEMOCRACY

OPINION:  113,163  VOTERS  ENOUGH  TO  START  PANLILIO  RECALL

TOURISM  BOOM  EXPECTED  IN  SPITE  OF  AIRPORT  MESS

JANUARY 14,  2008:
MUSCOVADO  INDUSTRY  RISING

HOME-GROWN  CAF
É  MAKES  WAVES  IN  SUBIC  &  CLARK

ABS-CBN  BAYAN  FOUNDATION  BRINGS  PRIDE  TO  THE  COUNTRYSIDE

SKYDIVING  PRIEST  FEELS  CLOSER  TO  GOD

JANUARY 11,  2008:
OPINION:  SURVEYS  DON'T  WIN  AN  ELECTION

OPINION:  OUT  OF  THE  RACE

OPINION:  AID  AND  CORRUPTION

OPINION:  THINGS  ARE NOW  LOOKING  UP  FOR  RP  SCHOOLS

JANUARY 10,  2008:
JDV:  COUNT  ME  OUT  IN  2010

MILF  REBS  OCCUPY  ZAMBO  SCHOOL

CEBU:  NEW  TWISTS  IN  KILLING  COPS'

SANTO  NINO  ICON  VESTED  IN  GOLD  AND  RED  COSTUME

JANUARY 9,  2008:
RACISM  AND  THE  PINOY:  AN OVERSEAS  PINOY  SPEAKS  UP

JEWELRY-MAKING  INDUSTRY  IN COMPOSTELA  PUSHED

BANAWE:  AMERICANS  TESTIFY  IN  CAMPBELL  TRIAL

AYALA  EXECS  INSIST  GLORIETTA  2  WAS  BOMBED

JANUARY 7,  2008:
AUDIENCE  CAN  EXPECT  MORE  FROM  THIS  YEAR'S  SINULOG

CENTRAL  VISAYAS  STAYS  AMONG  TOP  INVESTORS'  DESTINATION

U.P.  URGED  TO  SALVAGE  INVESTMENTS  IN  TACLOBAN  PROPERTY

UNESCO'S  INTERNATIONAL  YEAR  OF  LANGUAGES

JANUARY 5,  2008:
OPINION:  FACING  REALITY

OPINION:  PLANNING  FOR  2008

OPINION:  THE  YEAR  THAT  WAS

OPINION:  FLOATS

JANUARY 4,  2008:
NEW  YEAR  USHERS  IN  '888'  FRENZY

CEBU:  UGLY  SLURS  FROM  TERI  HATCHER,  NOW  FROM  JUDY  ANN

RP  WORRIED  OVER  SWEDISH  EMBASSY  CLOSURE  IN  MANILA

DSWD  EXTENDS  GIFT-GIVING  TO  POOR  FAMILIES  TILL  JAN  7

JANUARY 2,  2008:
ADRIAN CRISTOBAL IS DEAD AT 75:  FAREWELL, ADRIAN  FAREWELL!

OPINION:  INVENTING  PROVISOS  TO  PERMIT  ERAP  TO  RUN

OPINION; CHALLENGES

OPINION:  PRICE  CONTROL  FOR  MEDICINES?

JANUARY 1,  2008:
MINDANAO  YEARENDER:  FOREIGNERS  W/  LINKS  TO  AL-QAEDA  NABBED

ON JANUARY 3, 4  BROWNOUTS  TO  HIT  CEBU,  TALISAY, CONSOLACION

YEARENDER:  LAGUNA  BEST  PROVINCIAL  COMMAND  IN  CALABARZON

HUMAN  RIGHTS  GROUP  CALLS  FOR  PALPARAN'S  ARREST

POLICE  SAY  EXPLOSION  IN  ABRA  REP'S  HOUSE  ACCIDENTAL

DECEMBER 31,  2007:
OSPITAL  NG  MAYNILA  ON  ALERT  FOR  FIRECRACKER  VICTIMS

GOV.  GWEN  GARCIA:  MORE  THAN  A  PRETTY  FACE

POLICE  CLOSING IN ON  SUSPECTS  IN  MT. PROVINCE MAYOR'S SLAY

SPARE  ANIMALS  FROM  FIRECRACKER  TRAUMA

DECEMBER 30,  2007:
OPINION:  OF  RIZAL  AND  MAKING  PEACE  WITH  GOD

OPINION:  2  MEN  ON  ROMAN  CATHOLICISM

OPINION:  CAN  MANILA  MEDIA  WIN PANLILIO'S  WAR  FOR  HIM?

STAR  EDITORIAL:  SAFE  REVELRY

DECEMBER 28,  2007:
BENGUET:  MAYOR  WANTS  FATHER'S  KILLERS  ARRESTED

WRIT OF  AMPARO  GRANTED  TO  BROTHERS

THE  RATINGS  GAME  AND  INTENSE  MEDIA  RIVALRY

SUMMONED:  'OPLAN  ISNABERO'  NETS  1,440  CABBIES,  OPERATORS

DECEMBER 27,  2007:
WORK  ON  P2.4-BILLION  BULACAN  FOOD  TERMINAL  STARTS  IN EARLY  2008

PANGASINAN:  SPANISH  CITY  EXTENDS  GRANTS  TO  URDANETA CITY  HS  GRADS

ILOCOS:  EX-LAWMAKER UPBEAT ON COCONUT PLANTATION VENTURE IN N. LUZON

PAMPANGA B OARD  TO  OK  PANLILIO  BUDGET
 

DECEMBER 26,  2007:
TRAFFIC  IMPROVES  ALONG  EDSA DURING  2007 - MMDA  CHIEF

MT.  PROVINCE  MAYOR  KILLED;  BLAST  ROCKS  ABRA  REP'S  HOME 

PAGASA  TO  SPEND  BULK  OF  BUDGET  ON  WEATHER  STATIONS  REHAB

RP'S  WATER  WOES  DUE  TO  POLLUTION,  NOT  POPULATION

MERRY CHRISTMAS!  PHNO IS 10 YEARS OLD

DECEMBER 24,  2007:
GMA  IN  GUIGUINTO  PRODS  MOTHERS  TO  BREASTFEED

VIDAL:  LET US  LEARN  THE  MESSAGE  OF  CHRISTMAS

YEARENDER:  PAMPANGA  GOV  CONTINUES  TO  HUG  POLITICAL  LIMELIGHT

RADIO  MAN  KILLED  IN  DAVAO

DECEMBER 23,  2007:
OUR  CHRISTMAS  STAR,  THE  'PAROL'

OPINION:  HOPE

OPINION:  SHARING

OPINION:  CHRISTMAS  TRUCE  IN  POLITICS

OPINION:  JALOSJOS  DICTATING  OVER  WEAKLINGS

DECEMBER 22,  2007:
LIGHT  OVER  DARKNESS

CHRISTMAS  AT  A  GAS  STATION

EATING  THROUGH  THE  HOLIDAYS

BENEDICT XVI,  PRAYING  FOR  THE  CITY  AND  FOR  THE  WORLD

DECEMBER 21,  2007:
VIDEO OF THE YEAR? CEBU  DANCING  INMATES  JOIN  HILARY, BRITNEY

NEGROS  MAYOR  PLEADS  GUILTY  TO  LESSER  OFFENSE

GIVE  S&T  TOYS  THIS  CHRISTMAS

AWARENESS  OF HUMAN RIGHTS  TRIGGERS  DEMAND  FOR  PINOY  BUTCHERS  ABROAD

DECEMBER 20,  2007:
2007  HAS  BEEN  KIND TO  CEBU - TOM OSME
ÑA

WANTED:  PINAY  HAIRDRESSERS,  DRESSMAKERS

NEGROS:  SC'S  GIFT  TO  ACTRESS  PLINKY  RECTO

ILLEGAL  RECRUITER  NABBED  FOR  LURING  PINAYS  TO  MALAYSIA  SEX  DEN

DECEMBER 19,  2007:
PROMISING  THE  MOON

JALOSJOS  NOT  JOLLY

GLORIA  IN  EXCLUSION,  OR WHO  LET  THE  DOGS  OUT?

FIVE  HALLELUJAHS  IN  A  WEEK

DECEMBER 18,  2007:
LIM  TO  MMDA:  ENTER  MANILA  AT  YOUR  OWN  RISK

SIMBANG  GABI  IN  BACOLOD:  A  UNIQUE  CELEBRATION

NSO  TO  PRIESTS:  TAKE  MARRIAGE  LAW  SEMINAR

BULAKENYOS  TURN  BONSAI  INTO  NOVELTY  GIFTS

DECEMBER 17,  2007:
QUEZON  CITY  CALL  CENTERS  SEEK  15,000  EMPLOYEES

PANLILIO  FACES  HOSTILE  BOARD  ON  BUDGET  TODAY

P72-M  PEOPLE'S  PARK  OPENS  IN  DAVAO  CITY

PAGASA  PREDICTS  RAIN-FREE  HOLIDAYS

DECEMBER 14,  2007:
OPINION:  KLEPTOCRACY

OPINION:  THE  'JAMON  SERRANO'  JUNKETEERS

OPINION:  PERCEPTION  AND  REALITY

OPINION:  GOVT  GOING  JATROPHA  BIG-TIME

DECEMBER 13,  2007:
CONGRESSMEN  WANT  MORE  CASH

SPANISH  TO  BE  RESTORED  IN  COLLEGE  CURRICULUM

SOMALI  PIRATES  FREE   TANKER  WITH  9  FILIPINOS  AMONG  CREW

EDU  URGES  MALLS:  STOP  SELLING  CHILD  PORN  VIDEO

DECEMBER 12,  2007:
TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  OVERKILL

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  JUSTICE  AND  THE  LAW?

OPINION:  TIGHT  WATCH

OPINION:  IT  AIN'T  OVER  YET

DECEMBER 10,  2007:
IN  SOLIDARITY  WITH  THE  FARMERS  AND  THE  CHURCH!

MILITARY  'INVADES'  BINAY'S  'FORTRESS'

BOMB  EXPLODES  OUTSIDE  ELECTION  OFFICE  IN  SULU

MAGDALO FUGITIVE HIDING IN DAVAO / TRILLANES & LIM  PLANNED TO  LEAD JUNTA

DECEMBER 8,  2007:
3  QUEZON  MUNICIPALITIES  RISE  FROM  'MUDDY  GRAVES'

COUPLE SEEKING  TO  STAY  IN U.S. GRANTED FORMAL  DEPORTATION DELAY

CATHOLIC  BISHOPS  LAMENT  ORGAN  SALE/DONATION  IN RP

CONVICTED CHILD RAPIST  JALOSJOS SIGHTED  AT  DERMA CLINIC IN MAKATI

DECEMBER 7,  2007:
'NICOLE'  RAPE:  MARINE  DANIEL  SMITH  LONGING  FOR  HOME

FROST  REAPPEARS  IN  BENGUET  DUE  TO  COLD  SPELL

ARMM  VICE GOV  MUTILAN  DIES  IN  CAR  CRASH  IN  COTABATO

INSIDE  CEBU:  MEDIA  UNWITTINGLY  USED  BY  REBELS OR ..?

DECEMBER 6,  2007:
MISA  FILIPINA  PREMIERES  TODAY

OPINION:  RORO  TRANSPORT

OPINION:  TRIVIALIZED

OPINION:  JUNKETEERS  SPOILING  THE  BROTH

DECEMBER 5,  2007:
CEBU:  MAYOR  TOM  MAY  BACK  GOV.  GWEN  IF  SHE  RUNS  FOR  VP  IN  2010

AVES  AND  KIN  OF  VICTIMS F ACE  OFF:  AKRITO 'HITMAN'  FACES  17  CASES

MMDA  ISSUES  MORATORIUM ON ROAD  DIGGINGS  THIS  CHRISTMAS  SEASON

HOUSE  DISMISSES  PULIDO  COMPLAINT  VS  JDV

DECEMBER 4,  2007:
PAGASA  SET  TO  ISSUE  'ROAD  RAGE'  ADVISORIES

BULAKENYO  FARMERS  TO  FILE  CHARGES  VS  MILITARY

TOP  NPA  REBELS  ARRESTED  IN  ECIJA

NEW  SYNDICATE  SWINDLES  MERALCO  SUBSCRIBERS

DECEMBER 3,  2007:
A COUNTRY WHERE PARANOIA  IS PROVOKED BY SO MUCH FOOLISHNESS

OPINION:  REVOLUTIONARIES

OPINION:  A  THIN  FINE  LINE

OPINION:  DELIVERANCE  OR  WAG  THE  DOG

CEBU:  THERE  WAS  NO  COUP!  T'WAS  PURE  DRAMATICS!

DECEMBER 1,  2007:
NEGROS:  THE  MAKATI  CAPER  AND  ITS  IMPLICATIONS

WORLD  AIDS  DAY:  33.2  MILLION  PEOPLE  SUFFER  FROM  AIDS

5  MARINES  KILLED  IN  CLASH  WITH  MNLF;  MALIK  WOUNDED?

HONG KONG  RECRUITERS  SEEK  HIGHER  PAY  TO  LURE  BACK  PINAY  MAIDS

NOVEMBER 30,  2007:
SWS:  1.4  M  PINOY  FAMILIES  SPENT  ON  INVESTMENTS  IN PAST  QUARTER

CEBU:  A  'STRIKE 3, YOU'RE  OUT'  POLICY  FOR  BAD  DRIVERS!

3  CATHOLIC  BISHOPS  SET  'GMA  RESIGN'  RALLY  TODAY

STATE  OF  CALAMITY  DECLARED  IN  DAGUPAN

NOVEMBER 29,  2007:
PINOYS,  NEXT  TO  INDIANS,  2nd  HAPPIEST  AMONG  ASIANS - POLL

THE  START  OF  INVESTORS'  ENTRY  IN  ILOILO

CAPILLARIASIS  EPIDEMIC  DECLARED  IN  ZAMBO  TOWN

SGT.  PACQUIAO  VISITS  SULU

NOVEMBER 28,  2007:
PARDON  DEBATE:  KIDNEY  VS  ACCENT

TIDAL  WATERS  BREACH  MALABON  DIKE

DEATH PENALTY  UPHELD  FOR  OFW  IN  KUWAIT

CEBU:  SUICIDE!

NOVEMBER 27,  2007:
PHILIPPINE  STAR  EDITORIAL:  NATIVITY  SCENE

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  THE  FALL  FROM  GRACE

TIMES  EDITORIAL:  PARDON  AND  PUNISHMENT

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  IGNORING  GLORIA'S  CALL  FOR  'RECONCILIATION'

NOVEMBER 26,  2007:
A  LAW  EACH  DAY:  QUESTIONABLE  PARDONS

THE  PARDON:  WHAT  KIND  OF  PEOPLE  HAVE  WE  BECOME?

THE  CORRUPTION  SCANDALS:  OPTIONS

THE  BOMB  BLASTS:  TIANGGE

CHEAP  MEDICINE:  YOU  SHOULD  KNOW  BETTER

NOVEMBER 24,  2007:
21  OFWs  LEAVE  RP  EVERY  HOUR

SOFTWARE LICENSE:  ANTI-PIRACY TEAM  IN  CEBU  TO  INSPECT  ESTABLISHMENTS

NEGROS  OCCIDENTAL  IN  THE  VORTEX  OF  CONTROVERSIES

DRINKING  WATER  IN  PARTS  OF  BENGUET,  BULACAN  CONTAMINATED

NOVEMBER 23,  2007:
OPINION:  PAL  FLIES  HIGH

OPINION:  GOOD  NEWS,  BAD  NEWS

OPINION:  JUSTICE  &  RECONCILIATION

OPINION:  PALACE  BRIBERY  A  PERFECT  CRIME

NOVEMBER 22,  2007:
THE  PHILIPPINE  STAR:  ADVERTISERS'  TOP  CHOICE

'GARBO  SA  SUGBO'  HONORS  CEBU  DYNAMIC  LEADERS

W. LEE FLORES:  WHY  I'M  BULLISH  ON  RP DESPITE  POSSIBLE  US  RECESSION

PAC  SUMMIT:  WHAT  'NEW  ORDER'  WILL  NEIL  GAIMAN  CREATE?

NOVEMBER 21,  2007:
CEBU  CITY  UNDER  'STATE  OF  CALAMITY'

PRESIDENT  ARROYO  TO  OPEN  'NAYONG  PILIPINO'  AT  CLARK,  NOV  30

NO  PINOY  CASUALTIES  IN  BANGLADESH

WHALE  SHARK  FOUND  BEACHED  IN  BATANGAS

NOVEMBER 20,  2007:
FAILURE IN FORECASTING?  TYPHOON 'LANDO'  CATCHES  CEBU OFF  GUARD

RETREATING  NPAs  FLEE  TOWARD  ILOCOS  MOUNTAIN BORDERS

DOLE  TO  OFWs:  DON'T  PACK  JUST  YET

PAMPANGA  NOW  HAS  COUNTRY'S  LONGEST  MALL

NOVEMBER 19,  2007:
OPINION:  PRAYER  POWER

OPINION:  MAY  THE  GOOD  LORD BLESS  AND  KEEP  YOU  'TIL  WE  MEET  AGAIN

OPINION:  HUMAN  RIGHTS  AND  NATIONAL  SECURITY

OPINION:  HOW  BIG  IS  YOUR  ECOLOGICAL  FOOTPRINT?

OPINION:  GONE  IN  60  SECONDS

NOVEMBER 18,  2007:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  NO  REMORSE

OPINION:  ENGAGING  THE  GOVERNMENT

OPINION:  THE  PLUMMETING  SUPERPOWER  AND  ITS  DOLLAR

OPINION:  A  HOUSE  FULL  OF  GAS

NOVEMBER 16,  2007:
GOV. PADACA:  I'M  NO  JUETENG  PROTECTOR

HUSBAND  SHOOTS  WIFE,  LAWYER  IN  COURTROOM

GK  GOES  INTO  HEALTH SERVICES  FOR  THE  POOR

DEP  ED  TO  TRAIN  136,420  TEACHERS  IN  ENGLISH

NOVEMBER 15,  2007:
CEBU  LEADERS  CONDEMN  BATASAN  BOMBING

DALAIG  MURDER WORK RELATED   /  SAGUISAG'S  LUNG  DRAINING  FLUID

CALOOCAN  MAYOR,  JUSTICE  HALL  GET  BOMB  THREATS

EXPLOSION  IN  HOUSE  ROCKS  COUNTRYSIDE

NOVEMBER 14,  2007:
WANTED:  BETTER  CATHOLICS,  NOT  NEW  CARDINALS

AID  TO  GLORIETTA  BLAST  VICTIMS  TO  CONTINUE - AYALA LAND

FIL-AM  SOLDIER  KILLED  IN  AFGHANISTAN  LEAVES  FIANC
ÉE  IN  GRIEF

DRIVER  IN  SAGUISAG  ACCIDENT  OUT  ON  BAIL

NOVEMBER 13,  2007:
THE  BIGGEST  WEST  VISAYAS  TOURISM  ASSEMBLY  OPENS  IN  BACOLOD

ABRA  VILLAGERS  ALL SET  TO  FIGHT  MILITANTS

MAMANG PULIS  VS  'KOTONG'  COPS

TEACHERS  GET  ADDITIONAL  P1,000  FOR  BARANGAY, SK POLLS

NOVEMBER 12,  2007:
ON  THE  MOVE - FROM  CUBAO  TO  EVERYWHERE

INJUSTICE, HOPELESSNESS BREED  COMMUNISM

ILLEGAL  RECRUITMENT:  CHARGES  READIED  VS  ISABELA  DAD,  WIFE

LAWYERS  QUESTION  OATH-TAKING  OF MILITARY  COURT  IN  COUP  TRIAL

NOVEMBER 11,  2007:
REY ARCILLA:  WAS  MECO  THE  SOURCE  OF  PAYOFFS?

JB D. BAYLON:  WOMEN  AND  CHILDREN  FIRST

ELLEN TORDESILLAS:  WEEPING  WITH  RENE

LITO  BANAYO:  DULCE  Y  AMPARO

NOVEMBER  9,  2007:
OPINION:  TAKING  US  FOR  FOOLS - WITH  OUR  OWN  MONEY

OPINION:  ANOTHER  CONTROVERSY

OPINION:  WANTED,  'GARCI-FREE'  COMELEC  NOMINEES

OPINION:  THE  U.S.  RACE

NOVEMBER  8,  2007:
OPINION:  SPREADING  THE  WEALTH

OPINION:  ARBITER

OPINION:  HOW  ERAP  MISSED  HIS  MOMENT  OF  GREATNESS

OPINION:  THE  ARROCEROS  FOREST  PARK:  MANILA'S  LAST  LUNG

NOVEMBER  7,  2007:
P1,500  HONORARIA  FOR  TEACHERS:  COMELEC  PASSES  BLAME  TO  DBM

2  ISABELA  TOWNS  UNDER  STATE OF  CALAMITY

MARINE RAPE CASE:  'NICOLE'  STILL  WAITING  FOR  JUSTICE

U.S.  MISSION  TO  BRING  SMILES,  HOPE  FOR  500  RP  KIDS

NOVEMBER  6,  2007:
TRUTH, JUSTICE, PEACE:  3-DAY  PRAYER  RALLY  STARTS  TODAY  IN SAN JUAN

DFA:  3,000  PINOYS  IN  PAKISTAN  SAFE  FROM  HARM

CINCO DE  NOVIEMBRE:  NEGRENSES  HAS  EXTRA  HOLIDAY

TYPHOON  'KABAYAN'   LEAVES  5  DEAD  IN ISABELA

NOVEMBER  5,  2007:
OPINION:  'PORK'  WILL  STAY,  THAT'S  FOR  SURE

OPINION:  FACING  THE  CHALLENGES

OPINION:  WAR  OF  ATTRITION

OPINION:  THE  PARTY  IS  OVER,  GET  BACK  TO  WORK

NOVEMBER  4,  2007:
POLL DUTIES:  UNPAID  TEACHERS  TO  STORM  COMELEC

NEW  TROPICAL STORM  'KABAYAN'  ENTERS  RP

'HAPAG'  KIDS  GET  BLESSINGS  OF  GK

KIN  OF  DETAINED  SOLDIERS  RARING  TO  FACE  AFP  OFFICIALS  IN  COURT

NOVEMBER  2,  2007:
OPINION:  RULING  COALITION  WILL  STAY  FOR  SELF-INTEREST

OPINION:  MORE  USEFUL  EDUCATION

OPINION:  ACCESS  TO INFORMATION

OPINION:  IS  ANYONE  REALLY  IN CHARGE?

NOVEMBER  1,  2007:
DOH:  STAY  SAFE  AT  CEMETERIES

ARCHDIOCESE  OF  MANILA  TO  WELCOME  NEW  NUNCIO

PARK  FOR  AETA  HEROES  EYED  IN  MABALACAT

ILOILO:  REPORT  ON  BARANGAY  POLLS  PORTENDS  BETTER  PROGNOSIS

OCTOBER 31,  2007:
9,268  COPS,  SOLDIERS  DEPLOYED  FOR  NOV.  1

BARANGAY  AND  SK  POLLS  IN  CEBU  WAS PEACEFUL

WOMAN  NABBED  BY  NBI  FOR  INVESTMENT  SCAM

NEWLY  PROCLAIMED  BARANGAY  HEAD  SHOT  DEAD

OCTOBER 30,  2007:
RIOTS,  FAILED  POLLS  MAR  METRO  ELECTIONS

THINK  GREEN  THIS  ALL  SAINTS'  DAY

16  DEAD,  10  HURT,  OTHERS  MISSING  IN  MASSIVE  MASSIVE  BICOL  LANDSLIDES

RHB  LEADER  IN  BATAAN  KILLED  IN  ENCOUNTER

OCTOBER 29,  2007:
PNP  DEPLOYS  5,000  POLICEMEN  IN  TODAY'S  VILLAGE  ELECTIONS

VILLAGE  POLLS:  21  HOT  SPOTS  IN  METRO  TIGHTLY  WATCHED

CEBU:  ERAP  PARDON,  NO  JUSTICE...  NO  PEACE

6  DEAD  IN  BICOL  LANDSLIDES

OCTOBER 27,  2007:
ESTRADA   PARDON  STIR  SOME  NEGRENSES

CITY OF SMILES:  BACOLOD  NAMED  MOST  BUSINESS  FRIENDLY  CITY

MNLF  WANTS  NUR  PARDONED

ERMITA  REPORTS  ON  RP'S  HUMAN  RIGHTS  PROGRESS

OCTOBER 26,  2007:
NESTOR  MATA:  CORRUPTION'S  NO  STRANGER  TO  MALACA
ÑANG

MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  ERAP'S  BREAKING  POINT

ANA  MARIE  PAMINTUAN:  REOPENING  FOR  BUSINESS

CITO BELTRAN:  MYTH  BUSTERS  WANTED

OCTOBER 24,  2007:
REMEMBERING  THE  BATTLE  OF  THE  GULF  OF  LEYTE!

DON'T  CONTACT  DEAD  PEOPLE,  PRIEST  WARNS

SANDIGAN  AFFIRMS  SUSPENSION  OF  LEYTE  CONGRESSMAN  FOR  GRAFT

U.S.  MARINES  LEARN PINOY  MARTIAL  ARTS

OCTOBER 23,  2007:
HANJIN  CONSTRUCTION CO.  HIRING  20,000  PINOYS  FOR  SHIPBUILDING

ILOILO  ELECTRIFIED  BY  MEGA  WORLD  DEVELOPMENT  PLAN

NPAs  RELEASE  AGUSAN  MAYOR'S  SON,  DAUGHTER-IN-LAW,  30  OTHERS

SC  TO  TRANSSEXUAL:  YOU'RE  STILL  A  GUY

OCTOBER 22,  2007:
OPINION:  BOMB  SCARE

OPINION:  DEFIANCE

OPINION:  JUDGE  NOT  LEST  YE  BE  JUDGE

OPINION:  POLICE  LINE -- DO  NOT  CROSS!

OCTOBER 20,  2007:
KNEE-DEEP IN LAHAR  MUDFLOW:  BULUSAN  FOLKS  ALERTED  OF  MORE  LAHAR

WELLNESS  EXPO  TO  FEATURE  NEW  PRODUCT  VS  OBESITY

CEBU:  MALLS  SECURITY  TIGHTEN  AFTER  GLORIETTA  BLAST

50,000  JOBS  IN  GUAM  AWAIT  PINOYS

OCTOBER 18,  2007:
SUBSTANTIVE  EVENTS  IN  ILOILO  AND  ELSEWHERE

RESTIVE BULUSAN:  MORE  FAMILIES  LEAVE  MUDFLOW-HIT  VILLAGES
 

MALL  VENDORS  IN  ORTIGAS  ATTACKED  OMB  RAIDING  TEAM

ANOTHER  LANDFILL  ROW  BREWING,  THIS  TIME  IN  CAVITE

OCTOBER 16,  2007:
CEBU:  FARMERS,  MILITANTS  TO  JOIN  "WORLD  FOOD  DAY"  RALLY

OFW  DEPLOYMENT  TO  CHINA  PUT  ON  HOLD  DUE  TO  NBN  SCANDAL

RP-WIDE  MEASLES  VACCINATION  LAUNCHED

TEXT  TMG  TO  STOP  EXTORT  COPS,  WANG  WANG

OCTOBER 15,  2007:
OPINION:  GALLANTRY,  HONOR--- ONLY  A FEW  HAVE  IT

OPINION:  PERVERTED

OPINION:  UTTER  WICKEDNESS

OPINION:  ERAP'S  'WHITE  REVOLUTION',  GMA'S  'ZONE  OF  COMFORT'

OCTOBER 14,  2007:
CRAFTING  BETTER  FUTURE  FOR  CAGAYAN  DE ORO

BULAKE
ÑOS  UNITE  TO  SAVE  BARASOAIN  ON  LEGAL  TENDER

CBCP  CELEBRATES  INDIGENOUS  PEOPLE'S  SUNDAY  TODAY

FIRST  GK  ECOVILLAGE  TO  RISE  IN  CAVITE

OCTOBER 12,  2007:
CCTN:  TV  NETWORK  FROM  CEBU  TO  THE  WORLD!

PACMAN  LOOK-ALIKE  GLAD  IDOL  IS  HOME

NBI  RESCUES  MINORS  IN  SEX  LAIRS

TEST  FLIGHT:  AIRBUS'  EXTRA-LARGE  A380  JETLINER  VISITS  RP

OCTOBER 11,  2007:
METRO  GARBAGE  CRISIS  LOOMS  DUE  TO  RIZAL  POLITICS

NEGROS:  SUGAR  LEADERS  BUCK  MOVE  TO  REFINE  'D'  SUGAR

EX-DIRECTOR  OF  TRIBAL  RELATIONS  BUREAU  CONVICTED  OF  GRAFT

KIDNAPPED  DENTIST  RESCUED  IN  MINDORO

OCTOBER 9,  2007:
MAKATI MAYOR  BINAY  BLAMES  MMDA  FOR  GARBAGE CRISIS

NUEVA ECIJA:  REPATRIATED  OFW  CREIS  RAPE,  TORTURE IN LEBANON

3  MORE  WITNESSES  TESTIFY  ON  CAMPBELL'S  MURDER

ILIGAN  RADIO  CRITIC  SURVIVES  SLAY  ATTEMPT

OCTOBER 8,  2007:
FREEMAN  EDITORIAL:  NATIONAL  PRIDE

OPINION:  EROSION  OF  RESPECT  FOR  THE  LAW  AND  FEAR  OF  RULE OF LAW

OPINION:  LOOSE  LIPS  SINK  SHIPS

OPINION:  SENATE  ZTE  PROBE  COULD  UNMASK  MONOPOLIST

OCTOBER 4,  2007:
HOUSE  ALLOTS  P1 B  FOR  CONDOMS

BACOLODNONS  GO  GAGA  OVER  MASKARA

ROMBLON  COUNCILOR  SHOT  DEAD  DURING  ANTI-MINING  RALLY

12  INJURED  IN  BAGUIO  BLAST:  GANG  WAR  SEEN

OCTOBER 3,  2007:
PNP  CHIEF  ORDERS  DEPLOYMENT  OF  MORE  COPS  IN  METROPOLIS

CEBU  RANKS  4th  IN  15  EMERGING  OUTSOURCING  DESTINATION

FREEMAN:  FOR  CUTTING  SCENES   FROM  MAULING  VIDEO:  ABS-CBN  SACKS  TV  CREWMAN

DEADLY  'APPAREL':  SCORPIONS,  SPIDERS  SEIZED  AT  NAIA

OCTOBER 1,  2007:
OPINION:  ON  THE  ROAD  TO  MYANMAR?

OPINION:  AND  THE  SAGA  GOES  ON

OPINION:  ABUSE  OF  PRIVILEGE

OPINIOIN:  I UNDERSTAND  WHY  NERI  COULDN'T  TALK

SEPTEMBER 29,  2007:
OMBUDSMAN  DENIES  CORRUPTION  PERCEPTION RATING  REPORT

NBI  TO  FILE  CHARGES  VS  DOCTOR  IN  U.P.  HAZING  CASE

AGRARIAN  REFORM ROW  IN  NEGROS  ENDS  IN  PEACE

LEYTE  CONGRESSMAN  CONVICTED  OF  GRAFT,  GETS  18  YEARS

SEPTEMBER 28,  2007:
ILOCANOS  MARK  200  YEARS  OF  'BASI'  REVOLT

CEBU:  SECOND  THOUGHTS  ABOUT  ERAP  PARDON

SURIGAO  SUR  ENTIRE  POLICE  FORCE  RELIEVED  FOLLOWING  NPA  RAID

TOURISM  WORKERS  LOSING  JOBS  TO  CASUAL  WORKERS

SEPTEMBER 27,  2007:
2  SOLDIERS  DEAD,  12  WOUNDED  IN BASILAN CLASH  WITH  ABU, MILF  REBS

PREPARATIONS  UNDERWAY  FOR  BALIKATAN IN  BASILAN   NEXT  YEAR

STATE  OF  CALAMITY  IN  ILOILO CITY

U.S.  DONATES  P11.2 M  FOR  PNP  FACILITIES  IN  GENSAN

SEPTEMBER 26,  2007:
OPINION:  ERAP  PARDON  IS  POLITICAL  ACT

OPINION:  AMNESTY  OPTIONS

OPINION:  NERI  TESTIMONY  CAN  BE  DEVASTATING

OPINION:  ZTE  PROBE  NEEDED  FOR  POLITICAL  REFORM

SEPTEMBER 24,  2007:
CEBU:  A  PARDON  FOR  ERAP?  ONLY  IF  HE  REPENTS!

PINOY  SEAFARERS  SNEAKING  INTO  IRAQ

RP  CORAL  REEFS,  SECOND  LARGEST  IN  ASIA,  IN  BAD  SHAPE

ROTC  SCHOLARS  EYED  TO  BOOST  MILITARY  POOL

SEPTEMBER 23,  2007:
INTENSITY  4  QUAKE  ROCKS  CATANDUANES,  INTENSITY  3 SORSOGON CITY

MARAWI:  20  MILF  GUERRILLAS  SURRENDER

PINOYS  IN  NEW  YORK  REMEMBER  SAN  LORENZO  RUIZ

MACARTHUR  MEMORIAL  IN  VIRGINIA   TO  UNDERGO  MAJOR  EXPANSION

SEPTEMBER 21,  2007:
ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  KINGMAKER

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  ERAP'S  FRIENDS  AND  FOES

JARIUS BONDOC:  JOEY  UNDER  ATTACK... FROM  SENATE  SNUBBERS

BOBIT AVILA:  NOTHING  HAS  CHANGED  35  YEARS  AFTER  MARTIAL  LAW

SEPTEMBER 20,  2007:
RAINS  FLOOD  NEGROS  AND  BACOLOD   /  PAGASA:  WEATHER  TO  IMPROVE

POLITICAL  CLAN  WAR  IN  COTABATO  LEAVES  10  DEAD

U.S.  PLEDGES  $190-MILLION  ASSISTANCE  TO  MINDANAO

REPORTS  OF  'GHOST'  MILITIAMEN  PROMPT  INVENTORY  OF  CAFGUS

SEPTEMBER 19,  2007:
MMDA  CHIEF  FERNANDO:  I  CAN  CUT  MANILA-BAGUIO  TIME  T RAVEL

AMALIA  FUENTES,  ESTRANGED  HUSBAND  MEET  IN  COURT

PRESS  FREEDOM:  STILL  UNDER  THREAT!

TRANSCO  OWNS  BLAME  FOR  5-HOUR  BLACKOUT  IN  SOUTH  MINDANAO

SEPTEMBER 18,  2007:
CEBUANOS  CALLED  TO  HELP  AMEND  ANTI-TERROR  LAW

FOR BEING HARDHEADED:  CEBU MAYOR SCORES  STO. NI
ÑO VENDORS

BLACKOUT  HITS  PARTS  OF  MINDANAO  FOR  SEVERAL  HOURS

ABU  SAYYAF'S  NEW  WEAPON:  KITES

SEPTEMBER 15,  2007:
PEOPLE:  IT  DID NOT HAPPEN  OVERNIGHT

NEGROS:  ERAP  ISSUE  GIVES  WAY  TO  'LIGAW-LIHAM'

LAWYER  STRONGER,  WISER  AFTER  PLUNDER  TRIAL

NATION  MARKS  70th  YEAR  OF  WOMEN'S  SUFFRAGE

SEPTEMBER 14,  2007:
OPINION:  THE VERDICT, A PRECEDENT-SETTING  FOR OUR  COURTS OF LAW

OPINION:  PUNISHMENT  IMPOSED  AS  DETERRENT  TO  CRIME

RARE OPPORTUNITY: "OVER & ABOVE PLEASING MEN, HE SHOULD FIRST, FOREMOST PLEASE GOD"

OPINION:  TRULY,  THE  LESSON  IN THE ERAP VERDICT  IS  LOST  ON OFFICIALDOM

SEPTEMBER 13,  2007:
STAR EDITORIAL: LESSONS FROM ERAP  /  MALAYA EDITORIAL  /  TIMES  EDITORIAL

IN  CEBU: ON ERAP CONVICTION, GOVT, CHURCH WELCOME COURT DECISION

ALL  IS  QUIET  IN  NEGROS  OVER  ERAP  JUDGMENT

NATION:  ERAP  VERDICT GETS MIXED REACTIONS

SEPTEMBER 12,  2007:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  VERDICT  /  MALAYA  EDITORIAL,  COLUMN

SKETCHES:  CRIME  AND  PUNISHMENT

GOTCHA:  HOW  JOEY  DE  VENECIA  DISCOVERED  OVERPRICE

CEBU:  WILL  THE  FILIPINO  PEOPLE  GET  JUSTICE  DELIVERED?

BAGUIO CITY:  MAYOR  CURTAILS  'FREEDOM  OF  SPIT'

SEPTEMBER 11,  2007:
OPINION:  VERDICT  ON  ERAP'S  CASE  NOT  TIED  TO  GMA  TENURE

POLICE  OFFICIALS  JOIN  MEN  IN  ANNUAL  INSPECTION

NEGRENSES  EXPRESS  CONCERN  FOR  RP  ECONOMY

MAKATI  MAYOR:  PRO-ESTRADA  RALLIES  WILL  BE  PEACEFUL

SEPTEMBER 10,  2007:
IMMIGRATION  CORNER:  BRING  YOU  CHILDREN  TO  U.S.  ASAP

OPINION:  THE  BIGGER  PICTURE

BOOK  REVIEW:  BUSH'S  BOUTS  OF  CRYING

OPINION:  SENATE  BEING  INSULTED  WITH  'DOBLE  HEARSAY'

SEPTEMBER 8,  2007:
JOEY  MARQUEZ  FACES  P6-M  GRAFT  RAPS  OVER  TEXTBOOKS

MONKS  FINED  FOR  ILLEGAL  MISSIONARY  WORK

BACOLOD CITY:  MEDIAMEN  SCURRYING  AROUND  TO  COVER  EVENTS

KALINGA,  APAYAO  POLICE  NOW  UNDER  CAGAYAN  VALLEY  COMMAND

SEPTEMBER 7,  2007:
CEBU'S  NEWEST  FOODIE  HEAVEN

WE  DID  NOT  PUT  UP  FENCES  FOR  THE  ASEAN  SUMMIT!

2  NUEVA  ECIJA  COPS  ARRESTED  FOR  KIDNAPPING

LOZANO:  I'M  A  CRUSADER  (AGAINST  COMELEC  CHIEF)

SEPTEMBER 6,  2007:
MAX -- MY  HUSBAND  AND  MY  PUBLIC  RELATIONS  CHIEF

OPINION:  WE  NEVER  LEARN

OPINION:  STUDENT  DISCIPLINE

OPINION:  THE  POPULATION  CONTROL  FALLACY  WAS  DEBUNKED  35  YEARS  AGO

OPINION:  ABALOS  SHOULD  RESIGN,  THEN  FIGHT  BACK  LIKE  HELL

SEPTEMBER 5,  2007:
BILL  LIFTS  301-DAY  BAN  ON  WIDOWS'  REMARRIAGE

METRO  MANILA'S  DEADLY  AIR  KILLS  5,000  YEARLY - STUDY

HAPPY  DAYS  ARE  HERE  AGAIN  IN  LAPU-LAPU  CITY

CALABARZON  WORKERS  GET  PAY  HIKE  FROM P10  TO  P13 - DOLE

SEPTEMBER 4,  2007:
FILIPINO  SEAMEN  WHO  SURVIVED  SEA  MISHAP  SAFELY  HOME

NBI  ISSUES  SUBPOENA  TO  ALLEGED  SUSPECTS  OF  HAZING  DEATH  IN  U.P.

COMMUNIST  REBEL  FORCES  DOWN  IN  NEGROS

'SUPER CITY'  TO RISE  IN  BULACAN

SEPTEMBER 3,  2007:
WHY  CAN'T  FILIPINOS  SOLVE  THEIR  PROBLEMS?

NUEVA  ECIJA'S  HISTOIC  'BANDA 96'  TO  PLAY  AGAIN  AFTER  19  YEARS

CBCP  WANTS  TRUCE  IN  SOUTH  DURING  RAMADAN

NEWS  FEATURE:  GARCI?  EVEN  ADAM  AND  EVE  HAD  NO  CLOSURE

SEPTEMBER 1,  2007:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  TRUTH... IN  TRICKLES 

OPINION:  EDU  MANZANO,  THE  EASY  TARGET

OPINION:  A  BRIGHTER  POLITICAL  FUTURE  FOR  THE  PHILIPPINE  'LEFT'

OPINION:  AND  WHILE  WE  DO  THAT,  LET'S  NOT  FORGET  TO  CELEBRATE

AUGUST  31,  2007:
THE  COPS  DID  NOT  DO  IT:  EX-MAYOR'S  MEN  GOT  'ROB LEADER'  MELOY  GARCIA

NPA  LEADER  SLAIN,  5  REBELS  CAPTURED  IN  ALBAY,  QUEZON

PHAP  PROTEST:  PLANNED  'HOSPITAL  HOLIDAY'  TO  PUSH  THROUGH

COTABATO  CITY  POSTMASTER  GUNNED  DOWN

AUGUST  29,  2007:
CLOUDS  SPOIL  LUNAR  ECLIPSE  FOR  PINOYS

DE CASTRO:  MWSS  CAN  TAKE  OVER  BF  HOMES  WATER  SYSTEM

LTFRB  ORDERS  TAXICABS  TO  ISSUE  RECEIPTS  TO  RIDERS

CEBU:  AFTER  BLOODY  HEIST  IN  TAGBILARAN,  MELOY  ROBBERY GROUP  BUSTED

AUGUST  27,  2007:
SARA  SOLIVEN  DE GUZMAN:  A  HOPELESS  FUTURE?

BONG  OSORIO:  MAKING  INTERGENERATIONAL  COMMUNICATION  WORK

BOO  CHANCO:  DOH  WON'T  SPEND  MONEY  IT  HAS  FOR  FAMILY  PLANNING

CITO  BELTRAN:  'BACK'  TO  THE  FUTURE

AUGUST  25,  2007:
METRO  OFFICIALS  BLAME  THIEVES,  RAIN  FOR  ROXAS  BLVD  HEAVY  TRAFFIC

NEGROS  NOW  HAS  ITS  OWN  BOXING  HERO

RACE  ON  TO  REMOVE  BANAUE  TERRACES  FROM  HERITAGE  DANGER  LIST

PINAY  IN  U.S.  WHO  WORKED  FOR  CONSUL  HELD  IN  SERVITUDE

AUGUST  23,  2007:
NEGROS  OCC:  GOVERNOR  FUELS  CONTROVERSY  OVER  BACOLOD  AIRPORT

PUERTO  PRINCESA CITY  DECLARES  TOTAL  BAN  ON  LARGE-SCALE  MINING

TEENAGER  TESTIFIES  IN  CAMPBELL  SLAY  TRIAL

KOREANS  NOW  BUILDING  REST  HOUSE,  INSTEAD  OF  SPA  RESORT,  IN  TAAL

AUGUST  21,  2007:
MASS  CELEBRATED  FPJ'S  68th  BIRTHDAY; FANS  VOWED  TO  PURSUE  '04  POLLS  TRUTH

THOUSANDS  STRANDED  AS  CAGAYAN  BRIDGE  COLLAPSES

ANTIPOLO CITY:  INDIAN  NATIONAL  RESCUED;  KIDNAPPERS  KILLED  IN  SHOOTOUT

ARMORED  VAN  ROBBERY  IN  CEBU:  ONE  OF  2  GUARDS  DIES  FROM  WOUNDS

AUGUST  20,  2007:
WANTED:  SENATE  TRANSLATORS

8 MILLION  SEEDLINGS  READY  FOR  CARAGA'S  'TREES  FOR  LIFE'

MMDA  LOSES  FIGHT  OVER  BUS  TERMINALS  ALONG  MAJOR  METRO  STREETS

PGH  WELCOMES  ITS  CENTENNIAL  BABY,  SYMBOLIZES  THE  NEW  PGH!

AUGUST  19,  2007:
OPINION:  LET'S  STOP  GETTING  RID  OF  PATRIMONIAL  PROPERTIES

OPINION:  SHADOW  GOVERNMENT

OPINION:  WHO  IS  THE  U.S.  SUPPORTING  IN  THE  MINDANAO  WAR?

IMMIGRATION:  SAVED  MONEY,  BUT  LOST  A  CHILD

AUGUST  16,  2007:
CEBU:  ARROYO  CONFERS  GOV.  GWEN  THE  'ORDER  OF  LAKANDULA'  AWARD

FREEMAN:  REGION-WIDE  HUNT  FOR  ROBBERY  GANG

FLOOD  PROMPTS  HOLLYWOOD  DIRECTOR  TO  TAKE  PERDICAB  TO  PALACE

MINDANAO  BUS  FIRMS,  POLICE  DRAW  UP  SECURITY  PLAN

AUGUST  15,  2007:
MANY  FILIPINOS   LIVING  ON  P90  A  DAY,  SAYS  ILO

ENRILE'S  BOTTOM  LINE:  MY  BOTTOM  NOT  GOOD  ENOUGH  FOR  JAMBY

GIFT-WRAPPED  HUMAN  HEAD  IDENTIFIED

CEBU:  BLOWN'  IN  THE  WIND!

AUGUST  14,  2007:
CEBU  METROPOLITAN  CATHEDRAL  CELEBRATES  412th  ANNIVERSARY  TODAY

SEN. JAMBY MADRIGAL  COMMENTED  ON  MIGZ'S  "BOTTOM"  DURING  MIGZ'S  SPEECH

SUGAR  CONVENTION  STARTS  TODAY  AT  CEBU  WATERFRONT  HOTEL

MORE  PINOYS  OPTIMISTIC  ABOUT  THEIR  LIVES  IMPROVING - SWS SURVEY

AUGUST  13,  2007:
OPINION:  DON'T  WE  EVER  LEARN  FROM  THE  PAST?

OPINION:  BI  2-YEAR  VISA  EXTENSION  NOT  GOOD  FOR  RP  TOURISM

OPINION:  SETTING  OBJECTIVES

OPINION:  NAGA  CITY  HALL  ON  BRINK  OF  EVICTION,  BANKRUPTCY

AUGUST  11,  2007:
AT  DENR,  SUITS  ARE  OUT,  FLORAL  SHIRTS  IN

ENVIRONMENT  SECRETARY  ORDERS  REVIEW  OF  TITLING  OF  ISLANDS

COSCOLLUELA  NAMED  SUGAR  REGULATORY  ADMIN  (SRA)  HEAD

KORONADAL:  AL-KHOBAR  PREY  FIELDS  BUSES  ANEW

AUGUST  10,  2007:
MALABON  UNDER  STATE  OF  CALAMITY,  70%  SUBMERGED  IN  WATER

CEBU:  DOING  IT  FOR  THE  LEAST  OF  MY  BRETHREN

KALINGA  TRIBE  BLAMED  FOR  MAYOR,  EX-MAYORS  AMBUSH

AL-KHOBAR  GANG  WARNS  OF  MORE  BOMB  ATTACKS  IN  KORONADAL

AUGUST  9,  2007:
P100 M  NEEDED  TO  REPAIR  MUNTINLUPA  CITY  HALL

POPE  TELLS  MANILA  ARCHBISHOP  NOT  TO  RETIRE

90%  OF  MALABON  FLOODED

CLASSES  SUSPENDED  IN  VARIOUS  REGIONS  /  MMDA  ON  24-HR  FLOOD  ALERT

AUGUST  7,  2007:
CEBU:  GOV  GWEN  GIVES  CASH  TO  WORKERS,  INMATES

NEGRENSES:  ALL  EYES  ON  SILAY  CITY

GOVT  LOST  P2.5 M  AS  A  RESULT  OF  DIWALWAL  MORATORIUM

AFTER  FIRE:  GMA  DONATES  P50 M  TO  MUNTINLUPA

AUGUST  6,  2007:
2008  WORLD  YOUTH  DAY  IN  SYDNEY:  BISHOP  WARNS  OF  FAKE  DELEGATIONS

CEBU:  IS  ANYONE  CHECKING  THE  2  MACTAN  BRIDGES?

BASILAN  TAPPING  WOMEN  VS  TERROR

GREEN  ROOFS  KEEP  CITIES  COOLER

AUGUST  4,  2007:
DIALOGUES  ON  FEDERALISM  IN  DUMAGUETE  CITY

CAMP  LAPU-LAPU  TO  MOVE  FROM  CEBU  CITY  TO  MACTAN

NO  NEED  FOR  STATE  OF  CALAMITY  IN  PANGASINAN

DRY  SPELL  RUINS  P63  M  WORTH  OF  CROPS  IN  NUEVA  VIZCAYA

AUGUST  3,  2007:
MANILA  STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  GLARING

TIMES  EDITORIAL:  ASEAN  40th  ASEAN MINISTERIAL  MEETING'S  ACHIEVEMENTS

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  OPPORTUNITIES  FROM  CRISIS

MALAYA  EDITORIL:  SOMETHING  SMELLS  AND IT'S  NOT  CHINESE  ROTTEN  MEAT

AUGUST  1,  2007:
14  ARMY  SQUADS  DEPLOYED  IN  METRO  MANILA  FOR  ASEAN  MEET

TAGALOG  NEWS:  SI  ERAP DUMIPENSA  KAY  VILLAR   /   AFP  WALA  NA  RAW  BALA?

GMA  WANTS  BIGGER,  BETTER  JAILS   /   LOVEBIRD  CAUGHT  IN  PAL  FLIGHT  FROM  THAILAND

TORNADO  DAMAGES  27  HOUSES  IN  BALIUAG   /  MAYOR  LIM  TELLS  SQUATTERS  TO  LEAVE  CEMETERY

JULY  31,  2007:
CEBU:  CITY  TO  HOLD  SPECIAL  CLINIC  FOR  MUSLIMS

LOREN  URGES  REVIEW  OF  CARP

MINDANAO  BLOC  EMERGES  IN  CONGRESS

CLOUD  SEEDING  FAILS  TO  RAISE  WATER  LEVEL  AT  MAGAT  DAM

JULY  30,  2007:
ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  BEST-EFFORTS  PLEDGE

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  TROUBLES  IN  EDUCATION

CITO  BELTRAN:  BANTAY  SALAKAY?

SARA SOLIVEN DE GUZMAN:  WE  ARE  NUMBER  ONE,  AND  YOU'D BETTER  BELIEVE IT

JULY  28,  2007:
CEBU: DEAL FOR ASEAN SUMMIT ABOVE BOARD; CAMERA SUPPLIER  BREAKS  SILENCE

MAYNILAD:  WATER  CUT-OFF  IN  4  CITIES

SOUTHERN  BEAT:  AN  OVERWHELMING  SERIES  OF  BIG  STORIES

NBI  STEPS  INTO  NEGROS  JUDGE  GUNSLAYING

JULY  27,  2007:
OPINION:  WATCH  WHAT  HAPPENS  TO  NAIA-3  CASES  ABROAD

OPINION:  THE  STATE  OF  CONGRESS

OPINION:  'PROOF  OF  LIFE'

OPINION:  'ME'  FOR  PRESIDENT!

JULY  26,  2007:
MUDSLIDE-SWEPT  VILLAGE  TO  BE  DECLARED  NATIONAL  SHRINE

P3 BILLION  IN  LAHAR  SAND  QUARRY  INCOME  LOST  UNDER  LAPIDs  ADMIN?

CHAVIT'S  SON  BEATEN  UP  IN  PASIG   /  ATONG  ANG  PLANTS  TREES

ASEAN  FACELIFT  IN  METRO  TARGETS  BEGGARS

JULY  25,  2007:
DEFENSE  LAWYER  IN  CAMPBELL  TRIAL  FINED  P100  FOR  NO-SHOW

EASTERN  SAMAR  MANGROVE  AREAS  THREATENED,  RESEARCHERS  WARNED

MANDALUYONG  MAYOR  BENJAMIN  ABALOS  QUESTIONS  CITYHOOD  LAWS

MMDA  PAINT  JOB:  FROM  PINK  FENCES  TO  WHITE  ROOFTOPS

JULY  24,  2007:
RP  MARINE  HABITAT:  MOST  THREATENED  IN  THE  WORLD

CEBU:  OUTCOME  OF  LAPULAPU  CITY'S  NEW  STATUS?

DOJ  SWIPED  BY  PRESIDENTIAL  ASSISTANT  FOR  WESTERN  VISAYAS

4  KILLED  AS  RP  TROOPS  CLASH  WITH  COMMUNIST  REBELS  IN  LEYTE

JULY  23,  2007:
SONA  CHECKLIST:  HUMAN  LIFE  BEGINS  ONLY  AT  MA'S  LABOR?

AS  A  MATTER  OF  FACT:  IT'S  SONA--MAGAN  TIME  AGAIN!

ON  SONA:  SONA  THROUGH  THE  EYES  OF  THE  BEHOLDER

ON  SONA:  LACKING  IN  NEW  VISION,  SAYS  MAKATI  BUSINESS  CLUB

JULY  20,  2007:
OPINION:  DONE  DEAL

OPINION:  EXCISING  A  TUMOR

OPINION:  THE  NAT'L  CONSULTATIVE  SUMMIT  ON  EXTRAJUDICIAL  KILLINGS

OPINION:  PUBLIC  EXPECTS  GMA  TO  END  KILLING  SPREES

JULY  19,  2007:
DENGUE  OUTBREAK?  ILOCOS  TOWN  PLACED  UNDER  STATE  OF  CALAMITY

3  HURT  IN  TACURONG  BUS  BOMBING  /  NBI  STEPS  INTO  LEYTE  ACTIVIST  SLAY

SANDIGAN  ORDERS  AGENCY  TO  EXPLAIN  ERAP  VERDICT  ADS

WANTED:  'KISS  AND  BITE'  PRIEST

JULY  18,  2007:
REVIVING  TALKS

'KILLINGS'  SUMMIT:  COMMAND  RESPONSIBILITY

AFP  VS  ABU:  INTEROPERABILITY

STAR  EDITORIAL:  TRAVESTY

JULY  17,  2007:
OSME
ÑA  STARTS  DIALOG  WITH  RESIDENTS:  FLYOVER  WORRY  BANILAD  FOLK

OFFICIALS  AGREE  ON  NOVEMBER  OPENING  OF  NEW  BACOLOD  AIRPORT

CLARK  BOOM  TRIGGERS  CONCERN  AMONG  GEOLOGISTS

POLICEWOMAN  IN  BRA  CONTROVERSY  SAYS  PHOTO  NOT  INDECENT

JULY  16,  2007:
OSME
ÑA  JUNKS  PLAN  OF  GLOBE,  DIGITEL  TO  BUILD  CELL  TOWERS

SLAIN  CEBUANO  SOLDIER  AMONG  TEN  BEHEADED

NBI  SEIZES  P2-6-M  FAKE  LEE  JEANS  /  THOUSANDS  OF  PIRATED  DVDs  SEIZED

LIVING  IN  EXICITING  TIMES  WITH  POPE  BENEDICT  XVI

JULY  14,  2007:
CEBU  TOWN:  WOMAN  KILLED  BY  TREE   BLOWN  DOWN  BY TYPHOON  BEBENG

PROTESTERS  STAGE  RALLY  VS  ANTI-TERRORISM  LAW

MAIN  TERMINAL  OF  UNFINISHED  BACOLOD-SILAY  AIRPORT  INAUGURATED

FLASH  FLOODS  DISPLACE  56  GEN  SAN  RESIDENTS  /  HEAVY  RAINS  IN  KABUNSUAN

JULY  13,  2007:
LIM  REJECTS  DESIGNATION  OF  ROSALES  AS  MANILA  CHIEF  OF  POLICE

ONE  CEBU  PARTY:  MAKING  HISTORY  IN  CEBU

GUIAO  REJECTS  GOV.  PANLILIO'S  REQUEST  FOR  BLANKET  AUTHORITY  ON  DEALS

RP  AMONG  10  COUNTRIES  AT  RISK  TO  BE  HIT  BY  ASTEROIDS

JULY  12,  2007:
SURRENDER:  A  WEAK  REPUBLIC'S  RESPONSE  TO  AMBUSH

OPINION:  THE  COST  OF  PEACE

OPINION:  MARINES  BUTCHERED  BY  MILF -  THE  FANTASTIC  FARCE!

STAR  EDITORIAL:  TYPHOON  BEBENG,  NO  LESSON  LEARNED

JULY  11,  2007:
U.S.  ENVOY  ADOPTED  'DARLING'  OF  SOUTH  COTABATO

EMBLEMS  OF  BACOLOD  PRIDE

INSIDE CEBU:  WHY  WE  CAN'T  BE  A  FIRST  WORLD  COUNTRY?

PUERTO PRINCESA  HOW  A  HIGHLY  URBANIZED  CITY   /   MT.  DIWALWAL  LANDSLIDE

VILLAGES  IN  21  CENTRAL  LUZON  TOWNS  WARNED  OF  GEO-HAZARDS

JULY  10,  2007:
OPINION:  HOW  COME  ABALOS  AND  COMPANY  CAN'T  SEE  THIS?

OPINION:  CAN  ANYBODY  REMEMBER  THE  PARTY  COLOR  OF  MANNY  VILLAR?

OPINION:  UNRAVELED

OPINION:  LET  JUSTICE  TAKE  ITS  COURSE

JULY  9,  2007:
2  PLANES  COLLIDED  IN  BULACAN;  3  DEAD

NEWLY  FORMED  TERROR  GROUP  OWNS  UP  TO  BOMBING  OF  BUS  IN  COTABATO

COURT  MARTIAL  HEAD  AMONG   CONTENDERS  FOR  TOP  ARMY  POST

KORONADAL:  ARRESTED  MAYOR  APPEALS  FOR  CALM

JULY  7,  2007:
QUIAPO:  'LITTLE  VIETNAM'  IS  HISTORY

NEGROS OCC:  THE  DRUMBEATERS  OF  ECONOMIC  PROGRESS

SOUTH  COTABATO  MAYOR  ARRESTED  FOR  2004  SLAY  OF  HIS  FATHER'S  RIVAL

COOLER  DAYS  AHEAD,  SAYS  PAGASA

JULY  6,  2007:
THE  FREEMAN:  CANVASS  OF  BOGO  VOTES  RESUME;  WINNERS  TO  BE  PROCLAIMED

CEBU:  NEW  DEFENSE  CHIEF -  WILL  IT  MAKE  A  DIFFERENCE?

ACTOR  JAY  MANALO  ARRESTED  FOR  BOMB JOKE

LAWMAKER'S  SON-IN-LAW  FOUND  DEAD  IN  CONDO  UNIT

JULY  5,  2007:
COMELEC ON  BOGO  RETURNS:  THEY'RE  'SPURIOUS'  AND  'MANUFACTURED'

ELECTRIC  JEEPNEYS  CRUISE  MAKATI  STREETS

PLEASE  HELP  US,  PLEAD  PULUPANDAN  RESIDENTS

2  DENR  EMPLOYEES  ABDUCTED  IN  SURIGAO

JULY  4,  2007:
THE  TRUTH  IS  WE  WERE  BORN  ON  THE  4th  OF  JULY

ANGAT  DAM  BREACHES  CRITICAL  WATER  LEVEL

GREENPEACE NEWS:  ELECTRIC  JEEPNEYS  LAUNCHED  IN  MAKATI  CITY  TODAY

TOBACCO  FIRMS  COMPLY  WITH  BILLBOARD  BAN

JULY  3,  2007:
FIRST  DAY  OF  OFFICE:  METRO  MANILA  MAYORS  FLEX  MUSCLES,  BARE  TEETH

NEGROS  OCC:  SWEARING-IN  RITES  ALL  OVER

PRIEST-TURNED  GOV  PANLILIO  ISSUES  EOs  TO  BOOST  PROVINCIAL  COFFERS

STAR  NEWS  FEATURE:  HOUSE  BILL  NO. 1  IS  CHEAP  MEDICINE

JULY  2,  2007:
CEBU:  PROVINCIAL  OFFICIALS  TAKE  OATH;  GWEN  TO  RECOVER  DISPUTED  LAND

ISABELA  MAYOR'S  HOUSE  BOMBED   /  ADIONG  PROCLAIMED  AS  LANAO SUR  GOVE

PAGASA  ASSESSING  IMPACT  OF  LOW  RAINFALL  ON  CROPS

DENR  RECORDS  SHOW  4  FAMILIES  'OWN'  TAAL  VOLCANO  IN  BATANGAS

JUNE  30,  2007:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  LITTLE  PROGRESS  /  MALAYA  EDITORIAL:   A  TRUTHFUL  ESPERON?

OPINION:  CIVILIZED

OPINION:  20  MILLION  TREES  FOR  LIFE

OPINION:  LEYTE  AND  THE  PINTADOS  FESTIVAL

JUNE  29,  2007:
THE  FREEMAN:  ON  THE  46  MISSING  CASES - THEY'RE  NOW BEING  TRIED  IN  COURT

KANG-IRAQ  GOLF  COURSE:  IN  A  JUDICIAL  LIMBO

NEGROS  DAR  CHIEF  SACKED

RP'S  2nd  HIGHEST  PEAK  GETTING  BALD

JUNE  28,  2007:
THE  FREEMAN:  COP  CHIEF  COMENDADOR  DECLARES  ALL  GANGS  'CRIMINAL  GROUPS'

A  JARRING  HEIST  OF  SUGAR  IN  NEGROS

DENR  SUSPENDS  TAAL  SPA  PERMIT

NO  TRIBAL  VENDETTA  IN  AFTERMATH  OF  BLOODY  KALINGA  DEMOLITION

JUNE  27,  2007:
OPINION:  MIGZ  (ZUBIRI)  WITH  A  'Z'

OPINION:  SHAKEDOWN

OPINION:  CONGRESSMEN  OR  COPS?  /  DOTC'S  DEFENSE  OF  NBN

OPINION:  BUTOX  AND  BUTTOCKS

JUNE  26,  2007:
ACUTE  LACK  OF  AIRCRAFT:  PAF  PILOT  TAKE  FLIGHT  LESSONS  VIA  COMPUTER

NAVOTAS  NOW  A  CITY

MOVEMENT  LAUNCHED  TO  SAVE  MINDANAO'S  REMAINING  FOREST

CAMPAIGN  TO  SAVE  ANGAT  RIVER  ON

JUNE  25,  2007:
OPINION:   TARNISHED  IMAGE    /    STAR  EDITORIAL:  IRRELEVANT

OPINION:  THE  THRILL  OF  TRILLANES

OPINION:  CANNOT  BE  REACHED

OPINION:  VICTORY

JUNE  23,  2007:
MAKING IT WORLD CLASS:  ZOOBIC  ZOO  WANTS  TO  MANAGE  CEBU  CITY  ZOO

GATHERING  STORM  OVER  CARABAO  ISLAND

LAGUNA:  COMELEC  DENIES  PETITION  OF  ABALOS  SON-IN-LAW

10  RANKING  NAVY  OFFICERS  SUSPENDED  WITHOUT  PAY

JUNE  22,  2007:
FREEMAN  HEADLINE:  PRESIDENT  PAINTS  ROSY  ECONOMIC  PICTURE

INTRAMUROS  SHABU  'TIANGGE'  RAIDED

FARMERS  OPPOSE  TO  TAAL  VOLCANO  SPA  RESORT

RARE  RP  SNAKES  FLY  HOME  TO  BATANES

JUNE  21,  2007:
DEMARCATION  SURVEY  AT  HACIENDA  VELEZ-MALAGA

BONGBONG  FILES  CLAIM   ON  P18-BILLION  'PAYANIG  SA  PASIG'

FULL  MILITARY  HONORS:  THANK  YOU  GOOD  SOLDIER,  YOU  CAN  REST  NOW

LANAO DEL SUR:  SPECIAL  ELECTIONS  GENERALLY  PEACEFUL

JUNE  20,  2007:
CEBU:  ADMITTING  HE'S  MISINFORMED,  TOM  SAYS  SORRY  TO  GWEN

DPWH  EXECUTIVE  GUNNED  DOWN  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA

COPS  CHECKING  BUS  FIND  BABY  IN  BAG

FIL-AM  SOLDIER  HONORED  IN  ILOCOS

JUNE  19,  2007:
THE  NEW  ILOILO  AIRPORT

CALAMITY  STRUCTURES  TO  BE  BUILT  AROUND  MT.  MAYON

P32 MILLION  WORTH  LOST  DUE  TO  PANGASINAN  FISHKILL

RECTO'S  DEFEAT  IN  POLL  BLAMED  ON  STAPLE  WIRE

JUNE  18,  2007:
STAR NEWS FEATURE:  GLOBAL  WARMING?  SCIENTIST  BLAMES  OVER-POPULATION

METRO  MAYORS  INTENSIFY  ANTI-FLOOD  DRIVE

CEBU:  OPEN  SKIES  OR  OPEN  HEARTS  AND  MINDS?

MINING  COMPANY  'ADOPTS'  A  MOUNTAIN  IN  VIZCAYA

JUNE  16,  2007:
WAR  BETWEEN  TOM & GWEN:  AFTER  FUENTE  OSME
ÑA  ROTUNDA,  NOW  CITY  ZOO

CEBU:  VIDAL  PROPOSING  1-MONTH  CEASEFIRE  FOR  TOM  &  GWEN

QUAKE  JOLTS  PARTS  OF  VISAYAS,  MINDANAO  THURSDAY  NIGHT

ILOILO:  GMA  REACH  OUT  IN  FRIENDSHIP  TO  DRILON,  TUPAS  IN  AIRPORT  INAUGURAL

JUNE  15,  2007:
EJERCITO  BATS  FOR  SAN  JUAN  CITYHOOD

P50 MILLION  ALLOTTED  FOR  GUIMARAS  OIL  SPILL  REHAB

TENSION  MARS  ILOILO  AIRPORT  OPENING

MAN  DIES  IN  BARANGAY  DAY-AS  BLAZE:  2nd  KILLER  FIRE  IN A WEEK  IN CEBU CITY

JUNE  14,  2007:
FORMER  ARMY  CHIEF  URGES  SPEEDY  TRILLANES  PROCLAMATION

CAR  BOMB  DEFUSED  IN  COTABATO  TOWN

IMELDA  ACQUITTED  OF  TAX  EVASION

TREATS  FOR  DADS  /  BORACAY  SANDS  RESTAURANT  SHOWCASES  ISLAND  FLAVORS

JUNE  13,  2007:
INSIDE CEBU:  GIVING  NUCLEAR  POWER  PLANTS  A  SECOND  LOOK

LACKLUSTER  PHILIPPINE  INDEPENDENCE  DAY  RITES  IN  METRO

LOST  BALLOTS:  ARSON  CHARGES  FILED  VS  MABALACAT  OFFICIAL,  5  OTHERS

JAILED,  RAPIST  JALOSJOS  GRANTED  REDUCED  SENTENCE

JUNE  12,  2007:
TRAFFIC  REROUTED  FOR  INDEPENDENCE  RITES  IN  METRO

COMELEC  FORMS  NEW  PROVINCIAL  CANVASSING  BOARD  IN  ANTIQUE

LINGAYEN  ARCHBISHOP  SAYS  NO  TO  PAPAL  VISIT

NEDA  OKAYS  P6-BILLION  DAM  PROJECT  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA

JUNE  11,  2007:
FERRY  CATCHES  FIRE,  5  DEAD  /  P2-M  LOST  IN  SAN  NICOLAS  FIRE

SPAIN  HIRES  45  PINOY  ENGINEERS

RP  CREATES  COMMITTEE  FOR  SPAIN  EXPO  2008  /  SEARCH  FOR  GOVT  HEROES ON

WEATHER  FORECASTERS  WARN  OF  LA  NI
ÑA  IN  NEXT  3  MONTHS

JUNE  10,  2007:
INDEPENDENCE  DAY,  1898

OPINION:  HOW  INDEPENDENT  ARE  WE?

OPINION:  ENGLISH,  YES,  BUT  NOT  AS  MEDIUM  OF  INSTRUCTION

OPINION:  LOBBY  KILLS  HOUSE  BILL  FOR  LOW-COST  MEDICINES

JUNE  8,  2007:
THE  'STAR'  GROUP  HELPING  THE  GROWTH  OF  CEBU!

RIZAL  TOWN  TO  OPERATE  ASIA'S  FIRST  WASTE-TO-ENERGY  PROJECT

MINDANAO  TROOPS  ON  TERROR  ALERT

FIRE  IN  STOREROOM  RUINS  164  BALLOT  BOXES  IN  PAMPANGA

JUNE  7,  2007:
JIMENEZ'S  ESTRANGED  WIFE  FILES  CHARGES  OF  KIDNAP,  ILLEGAL  DETENTION

CEBU:  GULLAS  IS  'BIGGEST  SPENDER'  IN  RECENT  POLLS  WITH  P800,000

ANTIQUE  IN  TURMOIL  OVER  DELAY  IN  PEREZ'S  PROCLAMATION

TAIWANESE  POACHERS  FREED  FOR  P2.3-M  FINE

JUNE  6,  2007:
AROUND THE NATION:  EU  TEAM  TO  ASSIST  RP  ON  EXTRAJUDICIAL  KILLINGS

CEBU  SEES  INFLUX  OF  CHINESE  TOURISTS

BCDA  GROUP  IN  SUBIC  PREPARES  FOR  PERENNIAL  FLOODS

FIL-AM  SOLDIER  KILLED  IN  IRAQ

JUNE  5,  2007:
2  FILIPINO  HOSTAGES  IN  NIGERIA  RELEASED;  DFA  STILL  CONFIRMING  REPORT

2  DEAD,  4  INJURED  AS  MALAGA  LAND  CONFLICT  TURNS  VIOLENT

OPEN  HEART  SURGERY  PERFORMED  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA

RANKING  MILITARY  OFFICER  UNDER  GEN.  PALAPARAN  IS  REPLACED

JUNE  4,  2007:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  RP  EDUCATION  SYSTEM  FACING  A  CRISIS

TIMES  EDITORIAL:  THE  STUDENTS  WHO  ARE  STAYING  HOME

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  THE  BATTLE  FOR  HOUSE  LEADERSHIP

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  BEYOND  RAUL'S   SICK  MIND

JUNE  3,  2007:
MARIAN  MONTH  ENDS;  FEAST  OF  MOST  HOLY  TRINITY CELEBRATED  TODAY

DOJ  TAKES  OVER  MALITA  MAYOR  SLAY  OF  MAY  16

LANAO  MAYOR,  POLICE  CHIEF  FACE  ARREST

MASSIVE  ANTI-RABIES  DRIVE  IN  BOHOL

JUNE  1,  2007:
POLITICS, DRUGS BLAMED FOR NEGROS AMBUSH  /  SCHOOL  OPENING   SET  IN  METRO

INSIDE CEBU:  A  BLOODY  FEUD  BETWEEN  THE  BLOOD  COUNCIL  AND  DOH

5  DEAD  IN  VALENZUELA  CITY POLICE-ROBBERS  SHOOTOUT

MILF  RESCUES  4  FOREIGNERS  FROM  ABDUCTORS  IN  NORTH  COTABATO

MAY  31,  2007:
TOURISTS  HOT-FOOT  IT  TO  IMELDA'S  SHOE  SHRINE

WAR  AND  PEACE  IN  BOHOL

CEBU  MAYOR  CONVICTED  OF  SEXUAL  HARASSMENT

NEGROS  MAYOR-ELECT,  COUNCILOR  SURVIVE  AMBUSH

MAY  30,  2007:
RESIDENTS  PROTEST  MERGING  OF  COTABATO  CITY  AND  KABUNSUAN

MAGUINDANAO:  RESPECT  AND  COUNT  OUR  VOTES,  RALLYISTS  ASK  CANVASSERS

POLICE  CHIEF  TOWN  SHOT  DEAD  BY  2  MEN  INSIDE  HIS  HOUSE

BENGUET  RE-FILLING  STATIONS  FAIL  TESTS  ON  WATER  QUALITY

MAY  27,  2007:
THE  SOUTHERN  BEAT:  ESCALATING  WORD  WAR  AMONG  VISAYAN  POLITICOS

IT'S  7-4-1  FOR  TEAM  UNITY  IN  CEBU  PROVINCE,  CITY

NEW  BATAAN  GOVERNOR  TWITS  GONZALES  ON  POLL  FRAUD  CLAIMS

AFP  WARNS:  COMMUNISTS  TRYING  TO   INFILTRATE  MILITARY

MAY  25,  2007:
TRIBUNE  OPINION:  ABALOS  LEGACY

BULLETIN  OPINION:  ELECTION  DIDN'T  ROCK  ECONOMY

MALAYA  OPINION:  WE  TOLD  YOU  SO

TIMES  OPINION:  HOW  DO  YOU  SOLVE  A  PROBLEM  LIKE  MINDANAO?

MAY  24,  2007:
MINDANAO:  REPORT  ACCUSING TEACHERS  OF  RIGGING  POLL  RESULTS  ASSAILED

CEBU:  COMELEC  EXEC  COLLAPSES,  DISRUPTS  VOTE  CANVASSING

MENDOZA,  BROTHER  OF  GOV.  JOSIE  IS  NEW  BULACAN  GOVERNOR

KILLER  IN  SLAY  OF  ILOCOS  TOWN  MAYOR  IDENTIFIED

MAY  23,  2007:
MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  ABALOS,  RESIGN

TIMES  COMMENTARY:  INCREDIBLE  INCOMPETENCE

TRIBUNE  COMMENTARY:  VALIDATING  THE  SENATE  SURVEYS

BULLETIN  COMMENTARY:  MOVING  ON

MAY  22,  2007:
COLUMN:  GIANT  STEPS  TOWARDS  POLITICAL  MATURITY,  DISCERNMENT

THEORIES  ADVANCED  ON  POLITICAL  FALL  OF  JOSONS  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA

VOTES  IN  LAPU-LAPU PADDED?  /  ZAMBOANGA STILL LOBREGAT, CLIMACO TURF

LIM VOWS TO PROTECT TOURISTS / BIAZON DOWNPLAYS MUNTILUPA POLLS  FAILURE

MAY  19,  2007:
PROBE  ORDERED  ON  POLL  MESS  IN  MARAWI,  LANAO

5  TOWNS  IN  LEYTE  ELECT  NEW  MAYORS,  VICE  MAYORS

GARCIAS  AHEAD  OF RIVALS IN BATAAN;  REPORTS  IN  P. PRINCESA,  ILOCOS...

COMELEC  MULLS  FAILURE  OF  ELECTIONS

MAY  18,  2007:
COTABATO:  BANGA  FARMERS  TURN  CORN  HUSKS  INTO  CASH

26  TOWNS  DELIVER  'COMMAND  VOTES'  FOR  TEAM  UNITY

VILLAFUERTE HEADED FOR  LANDSLIDE IN CAM SUR  /  REPORTS IN  ANTIPOLO, CAINTA

ILOCOS  POLL  WINNERS  PROCLAIMED;  REPORTS  IN  PANGASINAN,  ZAMBALES

MAY  17,  2007:
EXPLOSION  ROCKED  SHIP  M/V/  BUTUAN BAY:  TERRORISM  NOT  RULED  OUT  YET

SUPREME  COURT  AFFIRMED  CONSTITUTIONALITY  OF  DUAL  CITIZENSHIP  LAW

COMELEC HALTS MEDIA TALLIES:  ABALOS  LIKENS  'TRENDING'  AS  FALSE  REPORTING

RESULTS  A  REPUDIATION  OF  GLORIA,  SAYS  'BAYAN'

MAY  16,  2007:
DAILY  TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  A  STRONG  NCR  VOTE  VS  GLORIA

MANILA  BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  THE  DAY  AFTER

MANILA  TIMES EDITORIAL:  PEACEFUL  ELECTIONS  DRIVE  PESO, SHARE-PRICE SURGE

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  HONEST  ELECTIONS  FOR  A  CHANGE?

MAY  15,  2007:
WITH  EARLY  8-2-2-  LEAD,  MASSIVE  CHEATING  FEARED

'NUISANCE'  BET  PERILS  CAYETANO  VOTE

MAKATI  MAYOR  BINAY  READIES  ILLEGAL  CAMPAIGN  RAPS  VS  LAKAS-KAMPI

PACQUIAO  'POLITICAL  LEADER'  CHARGED  WITH  ATTEMPTED  POLL  CHEATING

MAY  14,  2007:
TODAY, SAN JUAN  CELEBRATES  100th YEAR OF  FOUNDING  AS  INDEPENDENT  CITY

HUMAN  RIGHTS  GROUP  URGE  U.N.  TO  DROP  RP  FROM  MEMBERSHIP

LUCIO  TAN'S  LOVE  AFFAIR  WITH  SAN  FRANCISCO

HONASAN  FIGHTS  INDICTMENT  IN  COUP

MAY  12,  2007:
NAMFREL  READY  FOR  QUICK-COUNT  POLL  TABULATION

NATION  JOINS  WORLD  IN  MOTHER'S  DAY  CELEBRATION

CANDIDATES  ATTEND  EL  SHADDAI  PRAYER  RALLY  FOR  CLEAN  POLLS

MIRACLES  IN  MINDANAO

MAY  11,  2007:
IN  CEBU:  TEAM  UNITY  CONFIDENT  OF  BIG  WIN

POLL  VIOLENCE,  INTENSE  RIVALRY:  BANTAYAN  NOW  UNDER COMELEC  CONTROL

BRO.  EDDIE  DECRIES  MURDER  RAPS  VS  SON

SUPREME  COURT  OUSTS  PAMPANGA  MAYOR

MAY  10,  2007:
CEBU  CITY:  WIDENING  OF  ESCARIO  ST.  STARTS  TUESDAY

BOCAUE  SHOOTOUT:  7th  INFANTRY  SOLDIERS  FILE  RAPS  VS  MAYORALTY  BET

DEPT  OF  AGRI  TURNS  TO  CLOUD  SEEDING  TO  BEAT  THE  SUMMER  HEAT

AFP  STARTED  TROOPS  PULL  OUT  OF  METRO  MANILA

MAY  9,  2007:
CEBU  HORSES  AROUND  AT  2nd  KABAYO  FESTIVAL

PNP  BARES  WIRETAP  EXPERTS  FOR  HIRE

GOV.  VALERA  TURNS  TABLES  ON  ABRA  MAYOR

ONCE  MORE,  THEY  ARE  TRYING  TO  BREAK  UP  CEBU  PROVINCE

MAY  8,  2007:
FROM  THE  SOUTH:  CARAVAN  FOR  PEACE

BALIUAG  MARKS  108  YEARS  OF  TOWN  ELECTIONS

SWS:  GLOBAL  WARMING  WORRIES  PINOYS

POLL VIOLENCE:  NUEVA  ECIJA  POLITICAL  LEADER  SLAIN

MAY  5,  2007:
TENSION  AT  MAKATI  CITY:  SUSPENSION  FOR  MAYOR  BINAY

CAGAYAN  MAYOR  DENIES  REJECTING  P1.5-M  NPA  FEE

THE  SOUTHERN  BEAT:  CHARGES  AND  COUNTERCHARGES  REND  THE  AIR

KALINGA  NOW  UNDER  COMELEC  CONTROL

MAY  4,  2007:
'GO'  CAMPAIGN  MANAGER SEN. OSME
ÑA  RUSHED  TO  HOSPITAL  FOR  CHEST  PAINS

PNP  CHIEF  VOWS  TO  GET  MASTERMIND  OF  SLAY  OF  SAN  CARLOS  MAYOR

2  'BOMBERS'  ARRESTED  IN  MIDSAYAP

ABRA  MAYOR'S  FARMHOUSE  YIELDS  UNLICENSED  GUNS

MAY  3,  2007:
BREASTFEEDING  MOMS  SET  NEW  WORLD  RECORD

BACOLOD'S  INDEPENDENT  BETS  SHOW  CREATIVE  APPROACHES

COTABATO:  GRENADE  HURLED  AT  BETS'  HQ  FAILED  TO  EXPLODE

CAGAYAN  MAYOR  REJECTS  P1.5 M  NPA  CAMPAIGN  FEE

MAY  2,  2007:
COMELEC  LAUNCHES  'COMELECTXT';  A  TEXT-A-POLL-CHEAT  DRIVE

THE  EXTINCTION  OF  PINOY   LANGUAGES  IS  A  REALITY

PHILVOLCS  TO  INSTALL  TSUNAMI  SENORS  NAITONWIDE

NO  POSTPONEMENT  OF  ELECTIONS  IN  SULU'S  HOSTILE  AREAS

MAY 1,  2007:
POPE  ORDAINS  2  PINOYS, A  CEBUANO  &  BACOLENO,  TO  PRIESTHOOD  IN  ROME

FEAR  OF  VIOLENCE:  ARMED  GROUPS  SIGHTED  IN  T'BOLI  TOWN

CEBU LABOR DAY:  SOLIDARITY  RUN,  CARAVAN,  PARADE  MARK  LABOR  DAY 

CEBU  GOVERNOR  FILES  RAPS  VS  VISAYAS  OMBUDSMAN

APRIL 30,  2007:
OPINION:  DO  YOU REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE  OF  ENGLISH  IN  THE WORLD  TODAY?

OPINION:  WOMEN'S  RIGHTS

OPINION:  EXPECT  MORE  VIOLENCE  AS  ELECTION  DRAWS  NEAR

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  CONSEQUENCES  OF  NEGLECT

APRIL 29,  2007:
RETIREMENT  VILLAGE  FOR  FOREIGN  NATIONALS,  EXPATS  TO  RISE  IN  BATANGAS

MILITARY  SEEKS  AUTOPSY  IN  REMAINS  OF  'CHILD  WARRIOR'  KILLED  IN  CLASH

FREEMAN:  SOLON  BET  GUARDO  AND  KIN  ORDERED  TO  PAY  WORKERS OVER   P1M

PAGASA  TELLS  LGUs:  PREPARE  FOR  RAINY  SEASON

APRIL 26,  2007:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  HOPE  SPRINGS  ETERNAL

OPINION:  SUPPORT  POURING  OUT  FOR  PAMPANGA  PRIEST

OPINION:  ON  THE  CAMPAIGN  TRAIL

OPINION:  SIMPLE  LIVING  SLOWS  GLOBAL  WARMING

APRIL 25,  2007:
CRUISING  THE  SRN HWAY:  ZAMBOANGA  CITY  -  ASIA'S  LATIN  CITY

QUEZON  CITY  FIRE  VICTIMS  PROMISED  NEW  HOMES

DEPARTMENT  OF  ENVIRONMENT  ALARMED  OVER  CENTRAL  LUZON'S  GARBAGE  WOES

10  TO  13  TROPICAL  CYCLONES  TO  HIT  LUZON  STARTING  NEXT  MONTH

APRIL 24,  2007:
LAS  PI
ÑAS-PARAÑAQUE  LAGOON:  DECLARED  PROTECTED  AREA  FOR  ECO-TOURISM

NEGROS  OCCIDENTAL:  CELEBRATIONS  AMID  RISING  POLITICAL  TENSION

FIRST  MAGUINDANAOAN  TRANSLATION  OF  THE  KORAN  LAUNCHED

3  PINOY  CRASH  VICTIMS  IN  ANGOLA  HONORED

APRIL 23,  2007:
WHALE  SHARKS  WATCHING  IN  DONSOL  GENERATES  P50M  IN  REVENUES

COPS  TO  UNDERGO  TRAINING  ON  NEW  ANTI-TERROR  LAW

CONCERNED  CEBU  PACIFIC  PASSENGERS  SPEAK  OUT

SINGAPOREAN  HELPS  FEED  GAWAD  KALINGA  (GK)  CHILDREN

APRIL 21,  2007:
METRO:  4  CHARGED  IN  STUDENT  RAPE-SLAY

WOMEN  DOMINATE  PANGASINAN  TOWN'S  MAYORAL  POLLS  FOR  4  DECADES

RUNNING  FOR  MAYOR:  KOREAN  JOINS  RP  POLITICS  IN  SURIGAO

POLITICIANS  EYED  IN  ATTACKS  ON  JOURNALISTS

APRIL 20,  2007:
ERAP  AT  70:  NEW  VAN,  NO  WHERE  TO  GO

PILOT  AVOIDS  HOUSE,  GOES  DOWN  WITH  PLANE

NEWSMEN  SURVIVE  ATTACK  IN  QUEZON  /  NEWSMAN  KILLED  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA

'JOSEPH  ESTRADA'  RUNNING  FOR  COUNCILOR  IN  PANGASINAN

APRIL 19,  2007:
HOUSEHELP  CHARGED  FOR  DEATH  OF  GERMAN,  FILIPINA  WIFE

SHOOTING  INCIDENT  IN  MADRIDEJOS:  STILL  NO  REASON  FOR  COMELEC  CONTROL

3  VICTIMS  OF  SLAIN  CAR  THIEVES  SURFACE

TEMPERS  RISE  AS  WATER  CRISIS  HITS  ILOILO

APRIL 18,  2007:
OPINION:  WILL  THE  MID-TERM  ELECTION  MAKE  ANY  DIFFERENCE?

OPINION:  PACQUIAO'S  FIGHTS  UNIFY  PINOYS

OPINION:  PLANNING  FAMILIES

OPINION:  RUINED  IN  HER  MAJESTY'S  SECRET  SERVICE

APRIL 17,  2007:
MACTAN  CEBU  AIRPORT  RECORDED  INCREASE  IN  FLIGHTS,  PASSENGERS

SUSPECTED  ROBBERS,  MASTERMINDS  FALL:  COPS  NABBED  6  IN  PAWNSHOP  ROB

SCHOOL  BUS  HOSTAGE  TAKER:  DUCAT  CHARGED;  WENT  ON  HUNGER  STRIKE

MILITANTS  SEARCH  ARMY  CAMP  FOR  MISSING  MEMBERS

APRIL 16,  2007:
INSIDE  CEBU:  'GAWAD  KALINGA'  REPLACING  THE  EDSA  REVOLT!

FEELING  HOT?  MAY  WILL  BE  HOTTER

UNICEF,  MILF  INK  AGREEMENT  ON  "DAYS  OF  PEACE"  CAMPAIGN

NO  SUSPECTS  YET  IN  ILOILO  HUMAN  RIGHTS  ACTIVISTS  SHOOTING,  ABDUCTION

APRIL 14,  2007:
2  ROBBERS  KILL  GERMAN,  HIS  FILIPINA  WIFE  IN  BOHOL;  HOUSEHELP  A  SUSPECT?

GMA'S  SKED  IN  ILOILO,  NEGROS  ON  HOLD

4  TOPNOTCH  POLL  LAWYERS  OFFER  SERVICES  TO  PRIEST-TURNED-POLITICAL  BET

MARK  JIMENEZ'S  WIFE,  CHILDREN  GRANTED  PROTECTION  ORDER  BY  COURT

APRIL 13,  2007:
OPINION:  FEELING  WORSE  OFF

OPINION:  WHERE  IS  'GO'  GOING?

OPINION:  CURING  A  VIRUS

OPINION:  BREASTFEEDING,  CAUSE  RESTS  ON  COURT  BATTLE
   

APRIL 12,  2007:
OIL  FIRMS  SAY  PANDACAN  DEPOT  SAFE  FROM  TERROR  ATTACKS

JUDGE  GETS  9  YEARS  FOR  P10,000  BRIBE

GOOD  OMEN:  ETHNIC  MAGUINDANAOAN  GIVES  BIRTH  TO  QUADRUPLETS

NPA'S  GRAB  500  HOSTAGES  IIN  PANABO,  DAVAO  DEL  NORTE

APRIL 11,  2007:
DEPT  OF  EDUCATION  TO T RAIN  HIGH  SCHOOL  TEACHERS  ON  SCIENCE,  MATH

3  EXPLOSIONS  ROCK  MT.  BULUSAN

U.S.  HELPING  AFP  SNARE  JI  BOMBER

72-YEAR-OLD  FARMER  RECEIVES  COLLEGE  DIPLOMA

APRIL 10,  2007:
CEBU:  AFTER FALLING  300 FEET DOWN  IN RAVINE FATHER, SON DIE IN CAR CRASH

PHILVOLCS  RAISES  ALERT  LEVEL  FOR  BULUSAN  VOLCANO

LA  UNION:  MALAYSIAN  VESSEL  SEIZED   /  7  HURT  IN  LANAO  GRENADE  BLAST

RURAL  BANK  ESTAFA:  BANKER  GETS  40  YEARS  FOR  MISUSE  OF  BANK  FUNDS

APRIL 9,  2007:
6  SURVIVE  LAGUNA  CHOPPER  CRASH

DENR  TO  VACATIONERS:  CLEAN  UP  YOUR  MESS  BEFORE  HEADING  HOME

MYSTIC  ISLAND:  HERBALISTS  SCOUR  SIQUIJOR  TO  CURE  THE  INCURABLE

MINDANAO  HOLDS  KEY  TO  SUCCESS  IN  S.E.A.  WAR  ON  TERROR,  U.K.  OFFICIAL  SAYS

APRIL 8,  2007:
CEBU  ARCHBISHOP  TELLS  FAITHFUL  TO  REJOICE DURING  CHRIST'S  RESURRECTION

2  DEAD,  3  HURT  IN  HOLY  WEEK  VIOLENCE  IN  METRO

DAVAO:  CLIMBER  DROWNS  IN  MT.  APO  LAKE

RP  AIMS  FOR  GUINNESS  FEAT  FOR  BREASTFEEDING

APRIL 6,  2007:
OPINION:  IF  ONLY  OUR  SINFUL  POLITICIANS  BE  LIKE  JUDAS

OPINION:  VOTE  WISELY

OPINION:  SAY  AGAIN,  JOKER?

OPINION:  GOOD  FRIDAY  REFLECTION - ARE  WE  MERE  SPECTATORS?

APRIL 5,  2007:
THOUSANDS  EXPECTED  TO  TREK  TO  CAGAYAN  VALLEY  PILGRIM  SITES

FEMALE  MILITANT  LEADER  ABDUCTED   /  PAMPANGA  PRIEST  FACES  SUSPENSION

BOMB  PLOT:  CHURCHES  IN  MINDANAO  UNDER  TIGHT  WATCH

NO  NATIONWIDE  ALERT  DURING  LENT   /  GOOD  WEATHER  THIS  HOLY  WEEK

APRIL 4,  2007:
FIRST  TAGALOG   'PASYON'  A  BESTSELLER

NPA  REBELS  GO  ON  A RAMPAGE  IN  MASBATE

SMUGGLING  OF  P10  MILLION  WORTH  OF  ENDANGERED  CORALS  FOILED

MERALCO  ASSURES  ENOUGH  POWER  DURING  HOLY  WEEK

APRIL 3,  2007:
NO  MORE  HITCH  TO  IMPLEMENT SUSPENSION:  CA  REJECTS  BID  OF  OUANO, RADAZA

COP  IN  LOVE  TRIANGLE  SURFACES

BACOLOD:  HOLY  WEEK  AND  POLITICS  DON'T  MIX

BIGGEST  NPA  CAMP  DISCOVERED  IN  ABRA  /  GUNMEN  ATTACK  ZAMBO  MAYOR'S  HOME

APRIL 2,  2007:
OPINION:  FASTING

OPINION:  TOO  MANY  ARE  DRIVEN  WITH  GREED  AND  AMBITION

OPINION:  A  SHOW  OF  FORCE  BY  LAKAS

STAR  EDITORIAL:  NO  END  TO  THE VIOLENCE  /  OPINION:  GUN  CULTURE

APRIL 1,  2007:
MMDA  LIFTS  CODING  SCHEME  FOR  HOLY  WEEK

ALLIED  SHIELD  FINISHES  OFFLOADING  OPERATION  FOR  SOLAR  1

14  JOURNALISTS  VIE  FOR  ELECTIVE  POSTS  IN  NEGROS

SURVEILLANCE  CAMERAS  INSTALLED  AT  NATIONAL  PRINTING  OFFICE

MARCH  30,  2007:
BICOL  POLICE  TOLD  STEM  POLL  VIOLENCE

DUE TO CONTROVERSIAL LAMPPOSTS, OMBUDS SUSPENDS OUANO, RADAZA, OTHERS

UNICEF,  DEPT  OF  AGRI  SAY  HAND  HYGIENE  KEY  TO  BIRD  FLU-FREE  RP

JINGGOY  FIELDS  CANDIDATES  TO  RUN  VS  JV  EJERCITO'S  TEAM

MARCH  29,  2007:
ILOILO:  A  DELUGE  OF  CANDIDATES  AND  MUSICAL  CHAIRS

SILIMAN  LIABLE  FOR  ILLEGALLY  DISMISSING  NURSE,  SC  RULES

PUERTO  PRINCESA  NOW  A  HIGHLY  URBANIZED  CITY

P3.1  MILLION  WORTH  OF  UNDOCUMENTED  LUMBER  SEIZED AT NORTH  HARBOR

MARCH  28,  2007:
OPINION:  PASSPORT  WOES

OPINION:  WHO  IS  THE  ENEMY

OPINION:  SENATE  REDEEMED

OPINION:  CAMPAIGN  REALITIES  DAWNING  ON  'GO'  OPPOSITION  PARTY

MARCH  27,  2007:
THE  SOUTHERN  BEAT:  WHY  EXPO
ŚES  RISE  DURING  ELECTION

TAIWAN,  BATANES  FORGE  TRADE  RELATIONS

THIRD  FORCE  IN  PAMPANGA  GOVERNOR  RACE?

NBI-BFP  PROBE  FINDS  NO  ARSON  IN  COMELEC  BLAZE

MARCH  26,  2007:
THE FREEMAN NEWS:  GSIS  MEMBERS  TOLD  TO  AVAIL  OF  GSIS  'CONSOLOAN'

MORE  MANILA  COPS  ON  THE  EBAT   /  MAKATI  LAUNCHES  NEW  ANTI-CRIME  DRIVE

WATER  CRISIS  SEEN  IN  CENTRAL  LUZON  BY  2025

MILF  COMMANDER  WITH  P500,000  BOUNTY  KILLED  IN  COTABATO

MARCH  25,  2007:
SENATORIAL  BET  ORETA  DOES  A  GMA,  APOLOGIZES  FOR  'LAPSE IN JUDGMENT'

TENSION  GRIPS  NEGROS  HACIENDA  OVER  INSTALLATIONS  OF  FARMERS

NOVALICHES  BISHOP,  3  NUNS  FACE  SANCTIONS  OVER  GAMBLING

DAUGHTER  OF  BATAAN  COCKPIT  WORKER  TOPS  NCAE

MARCH  23,  2007:
COPS  TOLD:  BE  GAY  JUST  DON'T  SWAY

TARLAC:  DOT PROMOTES 'RELIC' OF  CHRIST  CROSS   /   COTABATO:  'KUYOG TANU'  FEST  SET

BRITISH  EMBASSY  MOVING  TO  TAGUIG  CITY  /  BISHOP NOT  AMUSED  BY  GAMBLING  NUNS

FLOIRENDO  TO  RUN  UNOPPOSED  FOR  DAVAO  NORTE  GOVERNOR

MARCH  22,  2007:
NEGROS  OCCIDENTAL:  POLITICS,  POLITICS  AND  MORE  POLITICS

GO'S  JOHN  OSME
ÑA  DISTANCES  HIMSELF  FROM  SON'S  DRUG  SMUGGLING  CASE

DECO  LAMPPOSTS:  OSME
ÑA  HITS  OMBUDSMAN  FOR  NOT  SUSPENDING  OUANO

SHIPS  SINKS  OFF  ILOCOS:  1  DEAD

DOST  NEWS:  FROM  KITCHEN  WASTE  TO  ALTERNATIVE  SOURCE  OF  GAS

MARCH  21,  2007:
EX-BEAUTY  QUEEN  COMPLAINT  BLACK  PROPAGANDA  -  ERAP

OFFSHORE  LANDFILL  PROPOSED  FOR  MANILA

MARCH  20,  2007:
ZAMBOANGA:  FINALLY,  A  FLOATING  SCHOOL  FOR  BADJAO  CHILDREN

ILOILO:  ARMADA  NEEDS  TO TUPAS  IN  POLLS  TO  BE  GOVERNOR

ABRA  VIOLENCE  CONTINUES   /   'BEJO'  TO  RUN  FOR  LEYTE  GOVERNOR

MIDSAYAP:  LAST  0F  20  MILF  HOSTAGES  FREED   /  MISUARI  FILES  CANDIDACY  IN  SULU

MARCH  19,  2007:
P100-M  PEACE  COMPLEX  TO  RISE  IN  MAGUINDANAO

INSIDE CEBU:  CEBUANOS  IN  LAS  VEGAS

ILOILO CITY:  DOJ  CHIEF  DISAPPOINTED  OVER  TEAM  UNITY  REJECTION

PAGASA  RAISES  SUMMER  SUN  ALERT

MARCH  17,  2007:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  TIMING

OPINION:  DEVOLVED

OPINION:  FIFTY  YEARS  AGO  RAMON  MAGSAYSAY  WENT  HOME  TO  GOD

OPINION:  FILIPINOS  ARE  KAPAMILYA

MARCH  15,  2007:
CEBU:  SANITARY  INSPECTORS  TO  CHECK  'PUNGKO PUNGKO'  FOOD  ITEMS

TULLAHAN  BRIDGE  CONSTRUCTION  TO  PUSH  THROUGH - DPWH

FIL-AMERICANS  VICTIMIZE  PINAY  SCHOOL  TEACHERS

FOR  THE  3rd  TIME,  WOMAN  TOPS  PMA  GRADUATING  CLASS

MARCH  14,  2007:
CEBU:  FILIPINO  WORKERS  NOW  IN  DEMAND  IN  RUSSIA

'BIG  3'  OIL  PLAYERS  APPEAL  COURT  ORDER  TO  SHUT  DOWN   PANDACAN  DEPOT

ARMY  FOILS  JI  BOMB  ATTACK  IN  MAGUINDANAO

ABRA  TOWNFOLKS  THWART  NPA  REBEL  ATTACK  ON  GOVT  TROOPS

MARCH  13,  2007:
RP  DISCOVERS  WILD,  WET  WORLD  OF  RIVER  TREKKING

AFP,  MILF  STANDOFF

GOVT  SENDING  OBSERVERS  TO  U.S.  PROBE  OF  KILLINGS

JOMA  LAUGHS  OFF  MURDER  RAPS;  POLICE  INTENSIFIES  MANHUNT  FOR  SATUR

MARCH  12,  2007:
MANILA  STANDARD  POLITICAL  EDITORIAL:  NOT  MINIMAL  AFTER  ALL

BULLETIN  OPINION:  POLITICAL  BUTTERFLIES

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  WHILE  GLORIA  FIDDLED

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  VOTERS'  SENTIMENTS  VS  MACHINERY

PHILSTAR  POLITICAL  EDITORIAL:  LONG  OVERDUE

MARCH  10,  2007:
NEGROS  FARMERS  SLAM  AGRARIAN  REFORM  SEC.  NASSER  PANGANDAMAN

ANTIQUE  PROVINCIAL  MUSEUM  WINS  NCCA  AWARD

'GOs'  CAYETANO  VISITS  FAMILY  OF  NAMESAKE  IN DAVAO

TROOPS,  MILF  CLASH  ANEW

MARCH  8,  2007:
ALVIN  GARCIA  NOT  RUNNING,  LEAVES  TOMMY  O.  VIRTUALLY  NO  CHALLENGER

FAKE  P500  BILLS  SPREADING  IN  BAGUIO,  ILOCOS  REGION

TROOPS  WITHDRAWING  FROM  MIDSAYAP

HEIRS  OF  GEN.  EMILIO  AGUINALDO  SEEK  SC  HELP  IN  P41-M  EXPROPRIATION

MARCH  7,  2007:
15  MILF  REBELS, 1 ARMY SOLDIER,  THOUSANDS  FLEE  IN  MIDSAYAP

MARCH  6,  2007:
BACOLOD:  PUENTEVELLA,  LEONARDIA  IN  BITTER  WORD  WAR

POLITICAL  NEWS  UPDATES:  ATE  VI   /  GOV.  LAPID   /  PACQUIAO

PALACE  ALLAYS  FEAR  OF  POWER  CRISIS  IN  MINDANAO  BY  2009

NAIA-3  OPENING  RESET  ANEW   /   ROSALINDA  OROSA  GETS JOURNALISM  AWARD

MARCH  5,  2007:
OPINION:  BEWARE  OF  FALSE  PROPHETS

OPINION:  RETREAT

OPINION:  OPPOSITION  MACHINE  IS  ALREADY  SPUTTERING?

BALITANG  BETERANO:  POWER  OF  POWER  ELITISM

MARCH  3,  2007:
JANJALANI  GIVEN  BURIAL  FIT  FOR  'AMIR'

GRAFT  RAPS  FILED  VS  LAPIDS  /  DUBAI  COUPLE  GETS  3  YEARS  FOR  MALTREATMENT

ARA  MINA,  JOMA  SISON  DANCING  PARTNERS

PUERTO PRINCESA:  GIRL, 7  TO  BREAK  SWIMMING  RECORD

MARCH  1,  2007:
COLUMN:  COMING  HOME  TO  PARA
ÑAQUE

VISAYAS:  POWER  OUTAGES  SET  TO HIT  LILOAN, CONSOLACION, MANDAWE, CEBU

BUREAU  OF  IMMIGRATION  FORMS  ANTI-HUMAN  TRAFFICKING  UNIT  AT  NAIA

ILOILO CITY:  RAPE  'VICTIM'  FILES  KIDNAP  RAPS  VS.  NUN,  3  PRIESTS

FEBRUARY  28,  2007:
PINAY  NANNY  SAVES  WARD  FROM  BURNING  HOUSE  IN  NEW  YORK

PACMAN'S  EX-LOVER  TO  DO  A  'HOPE'

BONGBONG  MARCOS  STILL  HEADS  KBL

ABU  COMMANDER  KILLED  IN  SULU

FEBRUARY  27,  2007:
PERLAS  AWARDS  HONORS  CEBU'S  SONS  AND  DAUGHTERS

SULTAN  FOR  SENATOR  CAMPAIGNS:  OUT  OF  BREATH  BUT  GOOD  FOR  6  WIVES

THE  VISAYAS:  HOT  SEASON  STARTS  WITH  A  BANG

CALM  BEFORE  THE  STORM?  HOMEOWNERS  NEGOTIATORS  MEET  WITH  GOV.  GWEN

FEBRUARY  26,  2007:
LOVE  TRIANGLE:  HOPE  CENTENO  WAITING  FOR  SIGNS  OF  PREGNANCY

RP'S  LUNAR  ECLIPSE  IN  2007  SEEN  ON  MARCH  4

FM  RIGHTS  VICTIMS  TO  GET  COMPENSATION  AFTER  20-YEAR  WAIT  -  RECTO

TESSIE  AQUINO-ORETA  ON  IMPEACHMENT  DANCE:  SO  SORRY

FEBRUARY  24,  2007:
OPINION  OF  THE  DAY:   DESTABILIZATION  OR  PROGRESS

OPINION:  WHO  IS  KILLING  WHOM?

OPINION:  MELLOW  MELO  COMMISSION  REPORT

OPINIONS:  NO  PUBLIC  ENTHUSIASM FOR EDSA REVOLT DAY  /  EDSA REVOLT: A  JOURNEY
 

FEBRUARY  23,  2007:
OPINION:  EXTRAJUDICIAL  KILLINGS

OPINION:  'EXTRAJUDICIAL'  KILLINGS  INDICTED  RP JUSTICE  SYSTEM

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  STATE  OF  DENIAL

MANILA  TIMES  EDITORIAL:  THE  ECONOMIC  IMPACT  OF  EXTRA-JUDICIAL  KILLINGS

FEBRUARY  22,  2007:
MEDICAL  MISSION  KICKS  OF  LENTEN  SEASON  IN  SOUTHERN  RP

GOVT  STEPS  UP  PROMOTION  OF  RP  AS  RETIREMENT  DESTINATION  FOR  JAPANESE

FILIPINOS  IN  SINGAPORE  TO  TEST  INTERNET  VOTING

RICHARD  GOMEZ  NAMED  HOUSE  CONSULTANT  ON  DRUGS

FEBRUARY  21,  2007:
INSIDE CEBU:  CEBU  SHOWS  ITS  DARK  SIDE  POST-ASEAN  SUMMIT

MILITANTS  WELCOME  U.N.  FINDINGS  ON  KILLINGS,  DEMANDS  ARROYO  TO  ACT

REDS  CONDEMN  'ANTI-TERROR'  ACT  PASSAGE, CALL  ON  PEOPLE'S  PROTEST

DEAD  HONG KONG  BIRD  HAD  FLU  VIRUS

FEBRUARY  20,  2007:
PARA
ÑAQUE  JEEPNEY  STRIKE  STRANDS  THOUSANDS

VALENZUELA  CONGRESSMAN  DIES  IN  CAR  CRASH

U.S.  TO  STAGE  WORLD'S  LARGEST  ANTI-TERRORISM  EXERCISE  ON  GUAM

PETER  TO  SUE  PETER  IN  THE  WAR  OF  TH3E  CAYETANOS

FEBRUARY  19,  2007:
OPINION:  STARSTRUCK

OPINION:  MARGINALIZED  NO  MORE

OPINION:  NUISANCE

OPINION:  RUNNING  AMUCK  POLITICS

FEBRUARY  18,  2007:
GMA  CALLS  ON  CEBUANOS  TO  GIVE  TEAM  UNITY  A  LANDSLIDE  VICTORY

WOW  PHILIPPINES  TAXI  CAMPAIGN  LAUNCHED  IN  SINGAPORE

ALUMNI  HOMECOMING:  JANJALANI  KILLER  IS  HERO  OF  HIS  PMA  CLASS

AUSSIES  VISIT  VILLAGES  OF  GAWAD  KALINGA

FEBRUARY  16,  2007:
BUSINESSMAN  WINS  12-YEAR-OLD  LAND  DISPUTE  IN  BORACAY

SENATE  RACE  SHIFTS  TO  BATTLE  OF  THE  SPOKESMAN

PAGASA:  COLD  FRONT  WEAKENS,  HOT  DAYS  IN  COUNTRY  STARTS

COTABATO ROAD MISHAP, 9 DEAD / GIRL, 17 WANTS  RAPE RAPS  REVERSED  VS  GERMAN

FEBRUARY  15,  2007:
P50-M CITY SQUARE TO RISE IN COTABATO / MISSION  'OPERATION SMILE' IN CITIES

BULACAN  TO  HOLD  BIRD  FLU  SIMULATION  DRILL

CAMPAIGNED  GIMMICK:  FLOWERS,  DONATING  BLOOD  FOR  VOTERS  ON  V-DAY

KIDS  WITH  DOWN'S  SYNDROME  GET  CULINARY  TRAINING

FEBRUARY  14,  2007:
OPINION:  TRICKLE  ME,  GLUE-RIA

OPINION:  INDEPENDENTS,  OR  IT  DEPENDS?

OPINION:  PERPETUATING  THE  SYSTEM  (FOR  LACK  OF  OTHER  ALTERNATIVES)

OPINION:  BOOHOO,  WE  CAN'T  GET  PHOTO  WITH  ERAP

FEBRUARY  13,  2007:
BISHOP  FROWNS  ON  'LOVAPALOOZA'  PRE-VALENTINE  CELEBRATION

450,000  TEACHERS  TO  EXTRA  PAY  FOR  POLL  DUTIES

IT'S  FINAL:  PACQUIAO  TO  RUN  FOR  CONGRESS

PNP  HITS  BARBERS  ON  KIDNAP  STORY

FEBRUARY  12,  2007:
OPINION:  NOW,  ART  YAP  MUST  PROVE  HIMSELF

OPINION:  HOW  CAN  YOU  VOTE  FOR  A  'BALIMBING'?

OPINION:  THE  POLITICAL  FAMILY  TREES

OPINION:  A  THOUSAND-SHIP  NAVY

FEBRUARY  11,  2007:
JOMA,  3  WOMEN  GUERRILLAS  GET  14  YEARS  FOR  REBELLION

LAWMAKERS  URGED  TO  ATTEND  SPECIAL  SESSION  OF  CONGRESS  CALLED  BY  GMA

CONVERSION  OF  CATHOLICS  TO  PENTECOSTAL  FAITH   ALARMS  VATICAN

'BACKSTABBING'  BY  OPPOSITION  COLLEAGUES  FORCED  ANGARA  TO  SWITCH  SIDES

FEBRUARY  9,  2007:
ROXAS BLVD, EDSA, MACAPAGAL AVE  CLOSED  TO  TRAFFIC  FOR  'LOVAPALOOZA'

SHABU  TIANGGE  OPERATOR  AMIN  BORATONG  HEARING  RESUMES

INSIDE  CEBU:  A  REVOLUTION  IN  ENVIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION

FED UP WITH  TODAY'S  POLITICS  ALAMINOS  MAYOR  SAYS  HE'S QUITTING

FEBRUARY  8,  2007:
CLARK  AIRPORT  EXECS  PREPARE  UPGRADES  FOR  NAIA  'SATURATION POINT'

ORDER  FOR  LAKANDULA  FOR  LEA,  CLIMBERS

TY,  ZOBEL  RECEIVE  TOP  MANAGEMENT  AWARD

RP  CAN'T  CONFIRM  RELEASE  OF  PINOY  IN  NIGERIA

FEBRUARY  7,  2007:
U.S.  MARINE  RAPE  CASE:  SC  JUNKS  'NICOLE'S'  PLEA  ON  SMITH

CENTRAL VISAYAS:  NO  ELECTION  HOT  SPOTS,  JUST  AREAS  OF  CONCERN

TYPHOID  OUTBREAK  DECLARED  IN  DAVAO  TOWN

WARMER  DAYS  AHEAD - PAGASA

FEBRUARY  6,  2007:
AIKO  MELENDEZ  ON  INJURY  RAPS:  NOT  GUILTY

CONGRESSMAN  JOINS  MANILA  MAYORALTY  RACE

GMA  INVITES  INVESTORS  TO  INVEST  IN  NEGROS

NO  MAJOR  DAMAGE  TO  BENGUET  FARMS  HIT  BY  FROST

FEBRUARY  5 ,  2007:
CEBU:  DO  WE  HAVE  A  NEED  FOR  NEW  PROVINCES  AND  CITIES?

NAIA-3  HOLDS  CARGO  MOVEMENT EXERCISES  /  ALERT  VS  DENGUE  -  HEALTH  SEC

PARA
ÑAQUE  COMMUNITY  A  MODEL  OF  SUCCESS

ULTRA  STAMPEDE  SURVIVORS  RECALLED

FEBRUARY  3 ,  2007:
MAYOR  VI  80%  SURE  OF  RUNNING  FOR  GOVERNOR

BENGUET  FARMERS  LOSE  P10 MILLION  WORTH  OF  VEGGIES  DUE  TO  FROST

METRO  BOMBING  'CONSPIRACY'  PROBED

30  DEAD  IN  ZAMBOANGA  BUS  EXPLOSION

FEBRUARY  2 ,  2007:
JOSE  SISON:  DISMANTLING  DYNASTIES

ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  FREE-FOR-ALL

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  BAD  POSE  FOR  JUSTICE

JARIUS  BONDOC:  GONZALES  FOOL  LULI,  MAKES  LIARS  OF  COPS

FEBRUARY  1 ,  2007:
CLARK'S  'TOM  HANKS'  IS  BACK

PALACE  EYEING  GOV.  PADACA  IN  SENATE  TICKET

UNITED  OPPOSITION  (UNO)  COMES  UP  WITH  5  SENATORIAL  SLATES

COURT  JUNKS  LEVISTE  MOTION  FOR  RECONSIDERATION

JANUARY  31 ,  2007:
FEB  4  ULTRA  (WOWOWEE)  TRAGEDY  REMEMBERED

3,000  UNREGISTERED  CELL  PHONES  SEIZED  IN  RAID

INSIDE CEBU:  POLITICS  IN  THIS  COUNTRY IS  A  FAMILY  BUSINESS

COLDEST  DAY:  METRO,  BAGUIO  FEEL  THE  CHILL

JANUARY  30 ,  2007:
COLUMN:  UNITY  TICKET

COLUMN:  MIKE  ARROYO'S  BIG  PROBLEM  ISN'T  ALAN  CAYETANO

COLUMN:  GMA'S  PROBLEM, A  VIABLE  EXIT  STRATEGY

COLUMN:  CREDIBLE  OR  INCREDIBLE  ELECTIONS?

JANUARY  29 ,  2007:
'HUBO'RITE  SYMBOLIZES  UNWAVERING  FAITH

LOON  HOSPITAL  IN  BOHOL  OVERCROWDED  AS  DIARRHEA  PATIENTS  SWELL

P200-M  MODERN  HOSPITAL  TO  RISE  AT  SUBIC  FREEPORT

INSIDE CEBU:  IT'S  BETTER  TO  GO   BACK  TO  2-PARTY  SYSTEM

PALACE  MOVES  TO  STOP  MIDSAYAP  CLASHES

JANUARY  27 ,  2007:
PHILFOREST  STEPS  UP  EFFORT  TO  PROMOTE  'JATROPHA' (TUBA OR SAMBO)

SOUTHERN  BEAT:  GOVERNORS  DEMAND  PUNO,  GONZALES  RESIGNATIONS

CBCP,  MIGRANT  WORKERS'  ORGANIZATIONS  SUPPORT  DH  WAGES  HIKE

WOMAN  STAGES  OWN  KIDNAP  TO  PAY  OFF  DEBTS

JANUARY  26 ,  2007:
POLICE  SEIZE  DOG  MEAT  IN  QUIAPO

FIRST  POLL-RELATED  VIOLENCE IN 2007:  SAMAR  MAYOR  SHOT  DEAD

CHINESE  APPETITE  FOR  FISH  HURTING  ASIAN  REEFS

AN  OUTSIDER'S  IMPRESSION  OF  CEBUANOS

JANUARY  25 ,  2007:
FINALLY,  POSITIVE  NEWS  FROM  ILOILO

BOHOL  TOWN  OUTBREAK  UPDATE:  DIARRHEA  VICTIMS  COUNT  DROPS  TO  80

FOR  MAY  '07  POLLS:  ANGARA  DISCLOSES  3  MAIN  PLATFORMS  OF  'THIRD  FORCE'

TAMARAW  FLOURISHES  ANEW  IN  RP

JANUARY  24 ,  2007:
COMELEC,  PNP,  AFP  FINALIZES  POLL  SECURITY  MEASURES

MORE  THAN  5  MILLION  PINOY  ADULTS  HAVE ARTHRITIS,  RHEUMATISM

ATIENZA  TO  TSINOYS:  NO  CAUSE  FOR  ALARM

8  CALTEX  MEGA-STATIONS  PLANNED  FOR  CEBU  EXPANSION

JANUARY  23 ,  2007:
COLUMN:  MESSAGES  FROM  APPARITIONS

COLUMN:  THIRD  FORCE

COLUMN:  A  SILVER  LINING

COLUMN:  HOW  PHILIPPINE  TRADITIONS  HAVE  CHANGED  WITH  THE  TIMES

JANUARY  22 ,  2007:
BONSAI  LOVERS  HELPING  PRESERVE  'DYING'  TREES

REVILLAS,  REMULLAS,  MALIKSI  AGREE  TO  UNITE

MONTH-LONG  RAINS  TRIGGER  AILMENTS  IN  AGUSAN  TOWN

JOURNALISTS  2005  SLAY:  MANILA  RTC  HEARS  AURORA  MAYOR'S  BAIL PETITION

JANUARY  20 ,  2007:
COLUMN:  IRON  FIST

COLUMN:  THE  INTERNATIONAL  RONDALLA  FESTIVAL

COLUMN:  THE  'SINULOG'  FESTIVAL

COLUMN:  THE  WORLD'S  BEST  SELLER

JANUARY  18 ,  2007:
COPS  STORM  CAPITOL  TO  OUST  ILOILO  GOVERNOR

MISCOMMUNICATION  MARS  STUDENT  CAREER  EXAM

TRIBAL  LEADERS  PROD  CHAVIT  SENATE  BID  /  LEVISTE'S  AIDE  AUTOPSIED  ANEW

POTENTIALLY  MORE  EXPLOSIVE  DEVPTS  /   OFW  JITTERS  IN  THE  UK

JANUARY  17 ,  2007:
TAXI  DRIVERS  EARNED  LESS  DURING  ASEAN  SUMMIT

PEOPLE  HELPED  MAKE  SUMMIT  SECURE:  SECURITY  OFFICIALS  LAUD  CEBUANOS

REGION  9  COPS  TO  SECURE  SINULOG  FESTIVITIES

VICE  GOV  RECTO  INSTALLED  AS  ACTING  BATANGAS  GOVERNOR

JANUARY  15 ,  2007:
THE  12th  ASEAN  SUMMIT  A  STUNNING  SUCCESS

EGGPLANT  TAKES  CENTER  STAGE  IN  PANGASINAN  FEST

COASTAL  FOLK  ALERTED  ON  3  TSUNAMI  SIGNS

ILOILO  GOVERNOR  DISMISSED

JANUARY  14 ,  2007:
OPINION:  KORINA'S  'THE  INCONVENIENT  TRUTH'

OPINION:  THE  SUMMIT  IS  MORE  IMPORTANT

OPINIONS:  MIKE  A'S  ATTACK  DOG  CAN  SNIFF  AROUND  IN  CHINA

COMPREHENSIVE  IMMIGRATION  REFORM  ON ITS  WAY?

JANUARY  13 ,  2007:
SOUTHERN  BEAT:  PRAISES  FOR  PINOY  SERVICE  WORKERS

OLDEST  PINOY  LIVING  IS  A  RETIRED  U.P.  COLLEGE  DEAN

BATANGAS  MAYOR'S  AIDE,  COP  KILLED  IN  SHOOTOUT

POLICE  FEARS  RETURN  OF  POLITICAL  WARLORDISM  IN  ABRA

JANUARY  12 ,  2007:
CEBU:  ALL  SYSTEMS  GO  FOR  SUMMIT;  BLAST  UNRELATED  TO  CEBU  SUMMIT

COLUMN:  TAKE 2:  ASEAN  LEADERS'  SUMMIT  IN  CEBU   IS  NOW  ON
 

TOP  NOTCH  CRIME  BUSTER  NEW  NUEVA  ECIJA  POLICE  DIRECTOR

AFP  CHIEF  WARNS  POLITICIANS:  DO  NOT  PAY  NPA  FEES!

JIMENEZ  ON  ERAP:  LOCK  HIM  UP  FOR  100  YEARS

JANUARY  11 ,  2007:
GUNMAN  IN  BAYAN  LEADER'S  SLAY  NABBED

SQUABBLES AMONG  PAMPANGA POLS:  MIKEY  WON'T  PROD  GMA  TO  INTERVENE

SEN.  RAMON REVILLA  DENIES  HAND  IN  GOV.  MALIKSI'S  SUSPENSION

MENTAL  ILLNESSES  ON  THE  RISE  IN  RP

JANUARY  10 ,  2007:
CASTILLO IN TOP FORM  /  SALONGA  AMAZES  AGAIN  /  A  NOTE  ON  SINGER  COSIO

COLUMN:  JUSTICE  FOR  EX-JUSTICE  CHIEF

COLUMN:  TIES  THAT  BIND

COLUMN:  COMELEC  COPS  OUT  AS  ELECTIONEERING  BEGINS

JANUARY 8 ,  2007:
QUEZON  CITY  IMPOSES  NEW  SANITATION  CODE

PAMPANGA:  MIKEY  ARROYO  EXPECTED  TO  SEEK  REELECTION  UNOPPOSED

CEBU:  SUMMIT  SECURITY  RAMPED  UP

FILIPINA  MAID  IN  KUWAIT  TAGGED  WITH  CHILD  MURDER

JANUARY 6 ,  2007:
ASEAN GAB:  SECURITY  BEEFED  UP  AT  SURIGAO / HOLIDAYS  ONLY  IN  SCHOOLS,  GOVT

MANILA  PREPARES  FOR  BLACK  NAZARENE  FEAST  AND  ELECTIONS

USAID  SUSPENSION  IN  MINDANAO  OVER  SMITH  CUSTODY  FEARED

GULF  AIR  FILES  COMPLAINT  WITH  ATO  OVER  TRAFFIC  MESS  AT  DMIA

JANUARY 4,  2007:
COLUMN:  PROMISING  A  SUSTAINABLE  DEVPT,  SAFER  WORLD  FOR  OUR  CHILDREN

EDITORIAL:  AMBIGUITIES

COLUMN:  EMOTIONAL

COLUMN:  WHAT  PRESSURE  DID  U.S.  EXERT  ON  GMA?

JANUARY 3,  2007:
IFUGAO  FARMERS  SEE  BUMPER  RICE  HARVEST

WIND  POWER  TO  LIGHT  UP  NEGROS

PING  LACSON  WITHDRAWS  FROM  MANILA  MAYORALTY  RACE

MAID  LEAPS  TO  DEATH  FROM  CONDO'S  9th  FLOOR

JANUARY 2,  2007:
ASEAN  SUMMIT  PUTS  CEBU  ON  THE  SPOTLIGHT

POLITICS  IN  2006:  ELECTIONS  ARE  A  'GO',  BUT  CON-ASS  A  'NO'

THE  FREEMAN FOUNDATION:  SHARING  OUR  LIFE, OUR HEART, OUR HOPE & VISION

BROKEN  VOWS,  FALLEN  SHEPHERDS?  PRIESTS  ENTANGLED  IN  CONTROVERSIES

JANUARY 1,  2007:
WANT  TO  LIVE  LONGER?  APUNG  MARIA,  105,  BARES  HER  SECRETS

PANGASINAN  FISHERS  SEEK  PALACE  HELP

ABRA  GOVERNOR'S  PRIVATE  ARMY   UNDER  WATCH

VICE  MAYOR  IN  TAPAZ, CAPIZ  GUNNED  DOWN

DECEMBER 30,  2006:
CEBU  ARCHBISHOP  CALLS  FOR  LOVE  TO  GUIDE  YEAR  OF  SOCIAL  CONCERNS

ROXAS  BLVD  CLOSED  TODAY &  TOMORROW  /  TRIBUTES  TO  JOSE  RIZAL

SHOWCASE  TURNS  TO  SHAME  AT  ASEAN  SUMMIT

ORMOC  GIRL  RECOUNTS  ESCAPE  FROM  INFERNO

DECEMBER 29,  2006:
MERALCO  ON  STANDBY  ON  NEW  YEAR'S  EVE

A  FINAL  FAREWELL  TO  YEAR  2006

POLITICAL  TENSION  HEATS  UP  IN  DAANTABAYAN

CEBU:  PAGASA  WARNS  OF  INTENSE  HEAT  EARLY  NEXT  YEAR

DECEMBER 27,  2006:
CEBU:  FIRE  RAZES  P12  MILLION  WORTH  OF  PROPERTIES  IN  CAPITOL

THE  FREEMAN:  24  PEOPLE  DIE  IN  ORMOC  STORE  FIRE

10  ECOLOGISTS  HURDLE  LONG  TREK  OFF  PACIFIC  COAST

ELECTIONEERING  MARKS  2006  IN  MANILA

DECEMBER 25,  2006:
SKETCHES:  CHANGE  FROM  WITHIN

COMMONSENSE:  THERE  IS  SOMETHING  TO  BE  MERRY  ABOUT  THIS  CHRISTMAS

A  LAW  EACH  DAY:  A  MESSAGE  OF  HOPE

AS  A  MATTER  OF  FACT:  IN  THE  SPIRIT  OF  CHRISTMAS

DECEMBER 22,  2006:
QUAKE  JOLTS  SAMAR  TOWN

ASSASSINATED  IN  A  HOSPITAL  PRIVATE  WARD

MORE  TREMORS  FROM  MT.  BULUSAN,  BUT  NO  LOOMING  EXPLOSION

420  FAMILIES  NOW  OCCUPYING  TRANSITION  HOUSES  IN  LEGAZPI

DECEMBER 21,  2006:
PINOY  DOCTORS  IN  U.S.  RETURN  TO  REBUILD  MOTHERLAND

TEACHERS  TO  UNDERGO  PSYCHO  TESTS  /  LAPUS  CONFIRMED  AS  DepEd  CHIEF

LABOR  DISPUTE  BLAMED  FOR  AMBUSH OF  5  COMPOSTELA  VALLEY  LABOR  CHIEFS

GMA  INAUGURATES  FRIENDSHIP  BRIDGE  IN  CLARK  ZONE, BARANGAY  CAUAYAN

DECEMBER 19,  2006:
COLUMN:  WHO  SHOULD  HAVE  CUSTODY  OF  SMITH?

COLUMN:  YESTERDAY'S  PEOPLE

COLUMN:  PORTRAIT  OF  A  REGIME  IN  PANIC

COLUMN:  U.S.  FAILURE  TO  RATIFY  VFA  MAY   BE  FATAL?

DECEMBER 18,  2006:
CEBU  WILL  HAVE  RAINY  DAYS  UNTIL  CHRISTMAS

CONVICTED  MARINE'S  SUPPORTERS  HOLD  MASS  AT  MAKATI  JAIL

'GREEN  CHURCH'  PLANNED  IN  SMOKEY  MOUNTAIN

JDV  URGES  BISHOPS  TO  MEET  WITH  POLITICAL  PARTIES

DECEMBER 16,  2006:
WORLD  HERITAGE  DECLARATION  SOUGHT  FOR  TUBBATAHA  REEF

BORACAY  BACK  TO  NORMAL  AFTER  HIT  BY  TYPHOON  'SENIANG'

MISUARI  TO  RUN  FOR  SULU  GOVERNOR  -  NAT'L  SECURITY  CHIEF

INSIDE  CEBU:  ASEAN  INTEGRATION,  WHY  IT  HAS  TO   HAPPEN  SOON

DECEMBER 14,  2006:
RETRIEVAL  OPERATIONS  IN  ALBAY  OVER  IN  2  DAYS

RP'S  LONGEST  TOLLWAY  READY  BY  NOVEMBER  2007

LONG-DISTANCE  MARRIAGE  BRINGS  BOUNTIFUL  HARVEST

MAKATI  JUDGE  REJECTS  U.S.  CUSTODY  OF  CONVICTED  MARINE

DECEMBER 12,  2006:
NPA  HIJACKS  RELIEF  GOODS  IN  CATANDUANES

MILF  REBELS  COLLECT  TAXES  UNDER  ANCESTRAL  DOMAIN  SCHEME

NEGROS  OCCIDENTAL:  SHOWDOWN  OVER  CON-ASS  LOOMS;  LGUs  AGAINST IT

BULACAN  NOW  HAS  3  CITIES

DECEMBER 11,  2006:
MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  '72  HOURS'

ANA  MARIE  PAMINTUAN:  ANOTHER  EMBARRASSMENT

JARIUS  BONDOC:  POLITICOS  REDUCING  THE  OPTION  FOR  REFORMS

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  THE  OTHER  DISASTER  AREAS  / MALAYA  NEWS  ON  'SENIANG'

DECEMBER 9,  2006:
FROM  THE  VISAYAS:  REVOLT  VS  CON-ASS  A  TEST  OF  WILLS

PAGASA  ON  SUMMIT  POSTPONEMENT:  DON'T  LOOK  AT US

ILLEGAL  FOREST  OPERATIONS  THREATEN  ANGAT  DAM

THE  PINOY  IS  WORTH  DYING  FOR  -  ERAP

DECEMBER 7,  2006:
BAGUIO  KICKS  OFF  CENTENNIAL  COUNTDOWN

SUMMIT  SECURITY  READY  VS  'DISRUPTIVE'  PROTEST  ACTIONS

EXXON  TO  DRILL  FOR  OIL  IN  SULU  SEA

FIL-AM  SOLDIER  KILLED  IN IRAQ  BURIED  WITH  HONORS

DECEMBER 5,  2006:
ANOTHER  PNP  RESHUFFLE  ON  THE  WAY

QC  MAYOR  BELMONTE  AIRS  APPEAL  FRO  TYPHOON  VICTIMS

ESTAFA  RAPS  VS  ERAP  JUNKED

MILITANT  GROUPS  TO  PICKET  ASEAN  GAB

DECEMBER 4,  2006:
INDIGENOUS  TRIBES  TO RECEIVE  P25-M  FROM  NEW  ZEALAND  MINING  FIRM

ASEAN:  HOTELS  URGED  TO  PLAY  MUSIC  DURING  SUMMIT  DAYS

ASEAN:  POMPOUS  LIGHT-UP  CEREMONY  FOR  CEBU  INT'L  CONVENTION CENTER SET

7  DOCUMENTS  TO   BE  SIGNED  AT  12th  ASEAN  SUMMIT

DECEMBER 3,  2006:
COTABATO  CITY  JUDGE  SHOT  DEAD  BY MOTORCYCLE-RIDING  MEN

MILITANTS  GEARING  UP  FOR  'PEACEFUL', 'CREATIVE'  PROTEST  VS  ASEAN  SUMMIT

COPS  WARN  FOREIGN  ACTIVISTS  TO  AVOID  PROTESTS  VS.  ASEAN

OLONGAPO  RECEIVES  P7-M  GRANT  FROM  AUSTRALIA

DECEMBER 2,  2006:
COLUMN:  YES  TO  PLEBISCITE,  YES  TO  ELECTIONS

COLUMN:  WHY  CHA-CHA  MUST  MOVE  FORWARD

COLUMN:  (Mis)education

COLUMN:  ANDRES  BONIFACIO,  OUR  HERO  THEN  AND  NOW

NOVEMBER 30,  2006:
P1  COIN  WORTH  MORE  ABROAD  THAN  AT  HOME

MILF  LEADER  KILLED  IN  DAVAO  ORIENTAL

SHABU  TINAGGE  RAID  CASE:  BORATONG  PLEAD  NOT  GUILTY

GERMAN  SWINDLER  FOUND  HIDING  IN  PALAWAN

NOVEMBER 29,  2006:
NEWEST  EAGLET  NEEDS  'PARENTS'

LAND  ROW  EYED  IN  KILLING  OF  CAGAYAN  MILITANT

ASEAN  SUMMIT  HOST  CEBU  EXPERIENCING  TOURIST  BOOM

DIVERS  HASTEN  SEARCH  FOR  19  IN  SANK  FERRY  BOAT  AS  STORM  NEARS

NOVEMBER 27,  2006:
BOO  CHANCO:  BOSS  MAX

ANA  MARIE  PAMINTUAN:  LESSONS  FROM  THE  BOSS

MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  LOSING  A  FATHER  AGAIN

JOSE  SISON:  MANONG  MAX

FROM  DAUGHTER  SARA:  SWEET  DREAMS,  PAPA

CEBU: MAX  SOLIVEN,  WE  HAVE  LOST  A  MEDIA  ICON!

NOVEMBER 25,  2006:
MAX V. SOLIVEN:  AN  ICON  OF  FREEDOM,  A  FEARLESS  JOURNALIST - GMA

THE  FINAL  "BY  THE  WAY"  COLUMN  FROM  TOKYO

STAR  EDITORIAL (IN  MEMORIAM):  FAITH  IN  THE  FILIPINO

MAX  V.  SOLIVEN,  A  JOURNALIST  TO  THE  END,  DIES  WHILE  IN  JAPAN

NOVEMBER 24,  2006:
U.S.  ENVOY  CELEBRATES  THANKSGIVING  IN  ZAMBO  CITY

ASEAN  SUMMIT  DRESS  CODE:  'BEACH  ELEGANT'

FILIPINO  SEAMAN  TO  REUNITE  WITH  FAMILY  AFTER  30  YEARS

THRILLA  IN  MAPANDAN:  MAUI  PAKYAW  VERSUS  ERIKA  MORALES

NOVEMBER 22,  2006:
CEBU:  'TWAS  A  GREAT  SUNDAY  FOR  ATHLETES!

LANAO  CONGRESSWOMAN  GOES  BALLISTIC  OVER  PORK  SERVED  IN  PANCIT

GABRIELA  HOLDS  RALLY  NEAR  U.S.  EMBASSY  AHEAD  OF  'NICOLE'  VERDICT

CAYETANO'S  COMPLAINTS  VS  ARROYOS  BEFORE  HOUSE  ETHICS  BOARD

NOVEMBER 20,  2006:
WET  AND  WARM  HOLIDAYS  EXPECTED  IN  RP  SUMMER  CAPITAL,  BAGUIO CITY

ALL ROADS  LEAD  TO  THE  'GRAND FINALE';  FOR  MANNY'S  MOM PRAYERS WORK WONDERS

PINAY  CHEF  GIVES  BUSH  A  PAUNCH

BATANGAS  STUDENTS  WIN  IN  WORLD  ROBOTICS  OLYMPIAD

NOVEMBER 18,  2006:
CORY  MUM  ON  GRINGO'S  ARREST / MANILA COPS ON ALERT FOR GRINGO'S  ALLIES

FIL-AMS  URGED  TO  RALLY  BEHIND  WAR  VETS

PING LACSON, MARK JIMENEZ FACE DISQUALIFICATION  IN  MANILA MAYOR'S  RACE

'ATONG'  TRANSFERRED  TO  BICUTAN  JAIL

NOVEMBER 15,  2006:
COTABATO  BLASTS  AIMED  AT  ARMM  GOVERNOR'S  'STATE OF THE REGION  ADDRESS'

2  PINOYS  SURVIVE  CHOPPER  CRASH  IN  NIGERIA  /  MILD  QUAKE  SHAKES  METRO

ABU  SAYYAF  SLIPS  OUT  FROM  AFP  OFFENSIVE  IN  SULU

GOVT  WINNING  ANTI-INSURGENCY  CAMPAIGN  IN  NORTH  LUZON - MILITARY

NOVEMBER 14,  2006:
NAIA-3  OVERPRICING  PROBE  WONT  AFFECT  MARCH  OPENING

POLITICAL  KILLINGS  ALARM  FOREIGN  BUSINESS  GROUPS

SUSPECTS  IN  CALOOCAN  GRENADE  BLAST  IDENTIFIED

BLASTS  ROCK  COTABATO

NOVEMBER 13,  2006:
CON-ASS  WILL  END  UP  IN SC!  /  A  LETTER  FROM  AN  OFW

GOVT  SUBMITS  NEW  PROPOSAL  TO  MILF  PANEL

TYPHOON  'QUEENIE'  LEAVES  1  DEAD

PROTECT  MY  FAMILY -  WITNESS  IN  TV  NEWS  CAMERAMAN'S  CASE  APPEALS

NOVEMBER 10,  2006:
COLUMN:  TWO  PICTURES  OF  PURGATORY

COLUMN:  ROLE  MODEL

COLUMN:  HONORABLE  EXIT

COLUMN:  RID  OF  RUMSFELD  AT  LAST - BUT  TOO  LATE  TO  SAVE  IRAQ

NOVEMBER 9,  2006:
GLOBAL  PINOY  CINEMA  IS  ALIVE

CEBUANO  WOMAN  ASKS  POLICE  HELP  ON  MISSING  AUSSIE  FIANC
É

EL  NI
ÑO  TO  INTENSIFY  IN  NEXT  3   MONTHS,  SAYS  PAGASA

WHY  INVEST  IN  THE  PHILIPPINES  NOW

NOVEMBER 7,  2006:
REPORT:  RP  CORRUPTION  WORSENED  IN  2005

DURING  ASEAN  SUMMIT:  PRO-7  PUSHES  TOTAL  GUN  BAN

SOUTHERN BEAT:  CRUZ'S  RESIGNATION  BEARS  WATCHING

YOUTH  GROUP  WANTS  CLIMATE  CHANGE  INCLUDED  IN  CURRICULUM

NOVEMBER 6,  2006:
MAX  SOLIVEN:  BY  THE  WAY......

COLUMN:  A  THORN

COLUMN:  LP  IS  LITO  ATIENZA'S  PARTY

COLUMN:  NIDA  BLANCA  MURDER  UNSOLVED  AFTER  5  YEARS

NOVEMBER 3,  2006:
QUIRINO, SOUTHERN ISABELA STILL WITHOUT  POWER /  CLEANUP  AFTER  ALL SAINTS'  DAY

18  BOAT  PASSENGERS  RESCUED  IN  LA  UNION /  N VIZCAYA SUPPORTS STL

DOH  IMPLEMENTS  NEW  PROTOCOL  IN  DIAGNOSING  TB  AMONG  KIDS

'NICOLE'  RETURNS  TO  SUBIC

NOVEMBER 1,  2006:
WOMAN  DIES  OF  DRUG  OVERDOSE  OUTSIDE  OF  CEMETERY

RP  NOW  HAS  VACCINE  AGAINST  CERVICAL  CANCER

ERAP  FAILS  TO  GET  COURT  PASS  TO  VISIT  AILING  MOTHER

INDONESIA  SEEKS  IMMEDIATE  DEPORTATION  OF  TERRORIST'S  WIFE,  KIDS

OCTOBER 30,  2006:
MAYNILAD'S  LA  MESA  WATER  TREATMENT  PLANTS  ISO  ACCREDITED

CEBU:  NO.  8  IN  TOP  10  ISLANDS  IN  ASIA/INDIAN  OCEAN

AFP  CHIEF  COULD  TAKE  STAND  VS  COUP  LEADERS

'NICOLE'  STRUGGLES  TO  FORGET,   A  YEAR  AFTER   ALLEGED  RAPE

OCTOBER 27,  2006:
MUDFLOWS  HIT  SORSOGON  VILLAGES

TARLAC  COPS  HAILED  FOR  SOLVING  AGLIPAYAN  BISHOP'S  SLAY

DOTC  READIES  TIGHTER  SECURITY  MEASURES  FOR  ALL  SAINTS'  DAY

DEP  ED:  ONLY  ONE  COMPUTER  FOR  EVERY  25,000  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  PUPILS

OCTOBER 26,  2006:
UNSINKABLE  FLOATING  OBJECTS (UFOs), IMMENSE  VOLUME  OF T TRASH  IN  MANILA  NAY

QUIAPO  FIRES  CAUSES  TRAFFIC  JAM

SANDIGAN  SUSPENDS  PAMPANGA MAYOR  /  BINAY SAYS  IBAY'S  CLAIM  FICTITIOUS

WATER  CRISIS  LOOMS  IN  METRO  AS  ANGAT  DAM  WATER  LEVEL  DROPS

OCTOBER 25,  2006:
CELEBRITY  CHEF  CHARMS  PINOY  FOODIES

EX-COUNCILOR  SHOWS  NEW  'EVIDENCE'  VS  MAKATI  MAYOR  BINAY

RP-US WAR GAMES:  2  PAF  PILOTS  HURT  IN  PLANE  ACCIDENT

20, 000  HECTARES  OF  LAND  IN  SULU  ALLOTTED  TO  EX-REBELS

OCTOBER 24,  2006:
BULUSAN  SPEWS  ASHES  ANEW  BLANKETS  IROSIN,  BULUSAN  AND  CASIGURAN  TOWNS

SECURITY  EXTRA TIGHT  IN  CEMETERIES  TO  AVERT  TERROR  ATTACKS

KAYAK, TURKISH VIOLENT CLASH:  600  PINOY WORKERS  IN KAZAKHSTAN  MOVED TO SAFER  AREAS

11  INDIANS  CASE:  EX  BIR  CHIEF  GETS  12  YEARS

OCTOBER 23,  2006:
ALL  SAINTS'  DAY:  6,000  COPS  TO  SECURE  63  METRO  CEMETERIES

A  RARE  READER'S  VIEW  ON  THE  NURSING  SCAM

2  MORE  AFTERSHOCKS  JOLT  SOUTHERN  TAGALOG,  METRO  MANILA

GRAFT  RAPS  FILED  VS  FORMER  ISABELA  MAYOR,  ACCOUNTANT

OCTOBER 20,  2006:
DENGUE  CASES  REACH  2, 791  - DOH  /  DECAF  COFFEE  IS  NOT  CAFFEINE-FREE

MINDANAO  LEADERS  URGE  CONGRESS  TO  PASS ANTI-TERRORISM  MEASURE

ULTRA  STAMPEDE:  CRIMINAL  RAPS  EYED  VS  17  ABS-CBN  EXECS

CA  STOPS  BINAY'S  SUSPENSION  /  PALACE:  IT'S  HARDLY  OVER

OCTOBER 18,  2006:
BY THE WAY...  THE  SILLY  VAUDEVILLE  WAR  OVER  CONTROL  OF  MAKATI

COLUMN:  GOVERNMENTAL  POWER  AND  DUE  PROCESS

COLUMN:  SOVEREIGN  WILL  IN  PEOPLE  POWER? 

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  PERSECUTION?  /  MALAYA:  PALACE  SUSPENDS  BINAY


OCTOBER 16,  2006:
MORE  TRAFFIC  EXPECTED  IN  EDSA  AS  SIDEWALKS  UNDERGO  REHABILITATION

ARMED  FORCES  FORMS  TASK  FORCE  FOR  ASEAN  SUMMIT  IN  CEBU  IN  DECEMBER

INSIDE  CEBU:  THE  PHILIPPINES  IS  NOT  A  BANANA  REPUBLIC

BIOLOGISTS  WARN  OF  BUTUAN  RIVER'S  HIGH  COLIFORM  LEVEL

OCTOBER 14,  2006:
MIAA:  NO  NEW  AIRPORT  SECURITY  FEE  FOR  OFWs

SOUTHERN  BEAT:  CHASE  FOR  SILAY  CITY  ATTACKERS  ON;  5  REBS  FALL

RIZAL  HOSPITAL  IN PASIG  PROBES  ON  BABIES  DEATH

FUGITIVE  JI  LEADER  ISSUES  WARNING  TO  AVENGE  CAPTURE  OF  WIFE,  SONS

OCTOBER 12,  2006:
SOUTHERN BEAT:  1,400  WORKERS  LOSE  AIRPORT  JOBS

ASH  FROM  BULUSAN  VOLCANO  BLANKETS  8  VILLAGES

GOVT TROOPS  CLASH  W/ NPA REBELS BELIEVED TO BE SILAY AIRPORT ATTACKERS

POLICE  TIGHTENED  SECURITY ALERT AT ORTIGAS COMMERCIAL CENTER IN PASIG

OCTOBER 11,  2006:
NBI  FILED  MURDER  RAPS  VS  BALIUAG  COP  CHIEF,  10  OTHERS

CAVITE  GOVERNOR  TO  MEDIA  GROUPS:  DON'T  PROTECT  'BOGUS  JOURNALISTS'

NBI  PROBES  SURIGAO  KILLING  OF  RELIGIOUS  LEADER

RESTIVE  MT.  BULUSAN  EXPLODED  ASHES  3  KMs  INTO  THE  SKY

OCTOBER 10,  2006:
REDUCE  BUSES  ON  EDSA  OR  LOSE  BUDGET,  LTFRB  WARNED

ZAMBO  FLOOD  DAMAGE  REACHES  P40  MILLION

SOUTHERN  BEAT:  QUESTIONS  ABOUT  NPA  AT  SILAY  AIRPORT  ATTACK

SECURITY ADVISER ON KILLINGS:  NPA, LEFTISTS  UNDERMINING  MELO  COMMISSION

OCTOBER 9,  2006:
TERRORIST'S  WIFE:  JI  LEADER  HIDING  IN  SULU  WILL  FIGHT  TILL  THE  END

PALACE:  WIFE  OF  INDONESIAN  TERRORIST  TO  BE  DEPORTED

ZAMBO:  BOMB  MATERIALS  SEIZED  FROM  ABU, JI  MEANT  FOR  BIG  TARGETS

PRIVATE  PROSECUTOR IN SUBIC  RAPE HOPES FOR CONVICTION OF ACCUSED

OCTOBER 6,  2006:
A  CEBU  ECONOMIC  ZONE  LIKE  SUBIC  FREEPORT?

SAN  FERNANDO  NAMED  MOST  COMPETITIVE  SMALL-SIZED  CITY

'MILENYO'  DAMAGE  IN  EASTERN  VISAYAS  ESTIMATED  AT  P300  M

2  OF  5  SUSPECTS  IN  AGLIPAYAN  BISHOP 'S  SLAY  KNOWN  -  POLICE
 

OCTOBER 5,  2006:
DAILY  TRIBUNE  HEADLINE:  OMBUDSMAN  FLIES  OFF  TO  SWITZERLAND

MANILA  STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  PRESUMPTION  OF  IRREGULARITY

MALAYA  COLUMN:  THE  DUMB  OPPOSITION

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  A  CRIME  IN  NEED  OF  A  CRIMINAL

OCTOBER 4,  2006:
5,700  U.S.  TROOPS  COMING  FOR  WAR  EXERCISES  IN  LUZON,  PALAWAN

ILOILO:  CHANCES  OF  FINDING  SURVIVORS  IN  RIVER  MISHAP  DIM

TARLAC  CITY:  AGLIPAYAN  BISHOP  SLAIN

AFTER  MILENYO,  IT'S  NENENG,  AND  SOON  OMPONG,  THEN  PAENG ...

OCTOBER 2,  2006:
CHRISTIAN  VILLAGE:  LANAO  SUR  FOLK  SEE  VALUE  OF  BAYANIHAN

LEGAZPI:  ALBAY  POWER  CO-OP  SPEEDS  UP  REPAIR  OF  FACILITIES

TOBACCO  USE  HIGHEST  AMONG  THE  POOR

GOVT  PHONE  BILLS  DOWN  BY  P245  MILLION,  SAYS  ANDAYA

OCTOBER 1,  2006:
SMART  COM  SETS  UP  FREE  CALL STATIONS  IN  TYPHOON-HIT  AREAS

'MILENYO  AFTERMATH:  FAST  TRACK  BICOL  REHAD,  GMA  ORDERS

6  SOKOR  TOURISTS  RESCUED  AT  PINATUBO

MARIKINA  FAMILY  IS  'HUWARANG  PAMILYA'  AWARDEE

SEPTEMBER 29,  2006:
TYPHOON  STRANDS  GMA  AT  CLARK

TUGUEGARAO:  P50,000 REWARD  UP  FOR  INFO  ON  MAYOR'S  KILLERS

TREES  BEAR  BRUNT  OF  MILENYO'S  FURY

TYPHOON  HITS  POWER  SUPPLY  IN  PHILIPPINES

SEPTEMBER 27,  2006:
DAGUPAN:  WOUNDED  DOLPHIN  DIES

SANDIGAN  REJECTS  ERAP'S  REQUEST  TO  ATTEND  SC  DEBATES  ON  CHA-CHA

BORACAY  RESORT  OWNERS  PUSH  FOR  'JUDICIAL  TITLING'

PRESIDENT  ARROYO  EXPANDS  GOVT  HOUSING  PROGRAM  FOR  EMPLOYEES

SEPTEMBER 26,  2006:
JUICY  NEWS  FROM  PANAY

BUTANDINGS  (WHALE  SHARKS)  WOW  LA  UNION  FOLK

BIGGEST  COAL  POWER  PLANT  IN  MINDANAO  TO  GO  ONLINE  JAN 2007

RP  FOOD  SECTOR  TO  BENEFIT  FROM  PROJECTED  ARAB  PENINSULA  FOOD  DEMAND

SEPTEMBER 25,  2006:
COLUMN:  OSAMA  DEAD?

COLUMN:  GAGGED

COLUMN:  DON'T  LOSE  FAITH

COLUMN:  A  HISTORY  OF  VIOLENCE

SEPTEMBER 19,  2006:
'KILLING  FIELDS'  FOUND  IN  BUKIDNON  TOWN

FORMER  SHAH  OF  IRAN'S  AIDE  BECOMES  FILIPINO

AUSTRALIA  BOOSTS  GUIMARAS  AID  FUND

ABU  BOMB  MATERIALS  THAT  CAME  FROM  JOLO  SEIZED

SEPTEMBER 17,  2006:
BY  THE  WAY:  GMA  WILL  BE  GOING  TO  MOSCOW,  TOO - EARLY  NEXT  YEAR

COLUMN:  WORTHY  CAUSES

IMMIGRATION:  OCTOBER  '06  PRIORITIES  MOVING  FORWARD   INSTEAD OF BACK

COLUMN:  HERE  WE  GO  AGAIN

SEPTEMBER 14,  2006:
MAKATI  MAYOR  BINAY  BARES  SUSPENSION  CAMPAIGN

ALBAY  FOLKS  LEAVE  SHELTERS  AS  MAYON  SIMMERS DOWN

BATANGAS:  VICE  MAYOR  MAGDALO  LINKED  TO  SANCHEZ  SLAY  ATTEMPT

DEP  OF  EDU  SPENDS  P1  BILLION  FOR  TEACHERS'  TRAINING  IN  ENGLISH,  MATH

SEPTEMBER 12,  2006:
SINGAPORE  BANS  2  PINOY  ACTIVISTS  FROM  IMF-WB  MEET

AMERICAN  TROOPS  IN  ZAMBOANGA  COMMEMORATE  9/11

TROOPS  SEIZE  BOMB  TRAINING  MANUALS  IN  SULU

JDV  EXTOLS  ASEAN-AIPO  LINKS

SEPTEMBER 11,  2006:
DENR  BOARD TO TACKLE LAFAYETTE  REQUEST  FOR  EXTENSION  IN  MINE TEST  RUN

JAPAN-ECONOMIC  PARTNERSHIP  TO  OPEN  JAPAN  TO  RP  NURSES,  AGRI  PRODUCTS

JDV:  90  POLITICAL  PARTIES  IN  ASIA  ENDORSE  RP'S  DEBT-FOR-EQUITY  PROPOSAL

27th  ASEAN  INTER-PARLIAMENTARY  ORGANIZATION  ASSEMBLY  OPENS  IN  CEBU

SEPTEMBER 10,  2006:
SUSPENDED  PASAY  MAYOR'S  SUPPORTERS  LEAVE  CITY  HALL

MAGSAYSAY  SEEK  PROBE  ON  BIAK-NA-BATO  MINING

TASK FORCE USIG SAYS:  BAYAN  MUNA  LEADER  SLAIN  BY  UNCLE, NOT POLICEMAN

MAYON'S  COOL  SPRING  WATER  NOURISHES  LIFE

SEPTEMBER 8,  2006:
SURIGAO  NORTE  CELEBRATES  'BONOK-BONOK'  FESTIVAL

SAMAR  GOV,  6  OTHERS  TO  FACE  GRAFT  CHARGES

COMELEC  TO  HOLD  PLEBISCITE  IN  MAGUINDANAO

BREASTFEED  SAVE  RP  P2.9  BILLION  A  YEAR

SEPTEMBER 6,  2006:
MAYOR  FERNANDO  TO  RID  MARIKINA  OF  SQUATTERS

PASAY'S  NEW  MAYOR,  VICE  MAYOR  TAKE  OATH

NPA  EXTORTION  IN  CEBU;  MASS  GRAVES IN  LEYTE!

CEDULA  DRIVE  STALLS  'JUETENG'  RETURN  IN  NUEVA  VIZCAYA

SEPTEMBER 4,  2006:
MANILA  TIMES  EDITORIAL:  THE  CURSE  OF  MAN-MADE  DISASTERS

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  DON'T  SECOND-GUESS  THE  SUPREME  COURT

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  CRIMINALS  BOTH?

STAR  EDITORIAL:  PROTECTING  NATURE'S  GIFT

SEPTEMBER 2,  2006:
TROOPS  STEP  UP  HUNT  FOR  BALI  BOMBERS  DULMATIN,  PATEK

NACIONALISTA  PARTY  GEARS UP  FOR  2007  POLLS

MORE  PINOYS  ARE  NOW  PATRONIZING  GOVT  HOSPITALS  -  DOH

MISUARI  ALLOWED  TO  ATTEND  MNLF  RITES

SEPTEMBER 1,  2006:
A  JOURNALIST'S  MEMORIES  OF  IDYLLIC  GUIMARAS

CEBU:  NOW  IT'S  THE  'LEFT'  EXPOSING  THE  NPA'S  TERROR!

AURORA  TOWN  EXECUTIVE  LINKED  TO  SHABU  LAB

PURGE:  67  BURIED  SKELETAL  REMAINS  OF  NPA  REBELS  DISCOVERED  IN  LEYTE

AUGUST  30,  2006:
BFAR:  FISH  CAUGHT  IN  GUIMARAS  WATERS  SAFE  FOR  HUMAN CONSUMPTION

SOLAR  SYSTEM  WITHOUT  PLUTO  TO  BE  TAUGHT  IN  SCHOOLS  SOON

PINOY  ORGANIZATION  ONE  OF  2006  RM  AWARDEES

TAX  TAKE  FROM  SMUGGLED  GOODS  HITS  P40  MILLION  IN  5  MONTHS

AUGUST  29,  2006:
GOVT  TO  DEMOLISH  ILLEGAL  FISHING  PENS  IN  LAGUNA  LAKE

800  ALIENS  BARRED  FROM  ENTERING  RP  THIS  YEAR - IMMIGRATION  BUREAU

50  NPD-SWAT  OFFICERS  COMPLETE  WARFARE  COURSE

MAKATI,  DAVAO  MOST  COMPETITIVE  CITIES  IN  RP,  STUDY  SHOWS

AUGUST  28,  2006:
BUTUAN  BISHOP  UNFAZED  BY  COLLEAGUES'  WARNING

WORLD  BANK  FINDS  PROJECTS  IN  ARMM  'SATISFACTORY'

NPAs  90-95%  CURBED  IN  4  CENTRAL  LUZON  PROVINCES

PHILVOLCS  RE-ASSESSES  MAYON'S  UNREST

AUGUST  25,  2006:
TRIBUNE  COLUMN:  THE  FEAR  FACTOR

BULLETIN  COLUMN:  IMPEACHMENT  EXERCISE

MALAYA  COLUMN:  CAN THEY KILL  THE  TRUTH?

STAR  COLUMN:  MIKEY  TAKES  A STAND

STAR  COLUMN:  PAYBACK

AUGUST  24,  2006:
ROBOTS  TAPPED  TO  SIPHON  OIL  FROM   SUNKEN  TANKER

COMMUNIST  REBS  HOLD  TEACHERS, STUDENTS  HOSTAGE  IN  RAID

SAYYAF  COMMANDER  KILLED  IN  BASILAN

MTRCB  SAYS  ERAP  DVD  'UNDERMINES'  GOVERNMENT

AUGUST  23,  2006:
10  MILITANTS  PROBING  QUEZON  NPA  SUSPECT  KILLING  NABBED

RIGID  SCREENING,  VALIDATION  AWAIT  BATCH '06  NURSING  GRADS

NOT  EVERYONE  CHEATED  IN THAT  NURSING  EXAM!

ERAP  DVD  GETS  MTRCB  "X"  RATING

AUGUST  22,  2006:
OIL SPILL:  OWNER  SAYS  NO  HOPE  TO  RETRIEVE  SUNKEN  TANKER
 

2,000  COPS  TO  SECURE  CARAGA'S   GREENING  PROJECT

EMOTIONAL  GOODBYE  FOR  MALAYSIAN  MONITORING  TEAM

AFP  TO  BEEF  UP  FORCES  AFTER  SOUTHCOM  SPLIT

AUGUST  20,  2006:
CEBU:  NPA  RECRUITING  MINORS  FROM  MOUNTAIN  BARANGAYS

MANILA  CITY  HALL  PAYS  TRIBUTE  TO  NINOY  AQUINO

LAND  BANK  CONDUCTS  THIRD  CLEANUP IN  MANILA BAY

9  STUDENTS  NABBED  IN  ANTI-U.S.  RALLY

AUGUST  18,  2006:
CEBU:  TIME  TO  INVESTIGATE  SPURIOUS  FOUNDATIONS

4  'NPA  SYMPATHIZERS'  SLAIN  IN  CENTRAL  LUZON

2  COP  CHIEFS  IN  HOT  WATER  OVER JINGGOY  ARREST  WARRANT

NURSES'  ASSOCIATION  PRESIDENT  QUITS  POST

AUGUST  17,  2006:
ANGELES  CITY:  DON'T  FEAR  US

MAYON  BOLDERS,  SAND  WORTH  MILLIONS

OIL  SPILL:  STATE  OF  CALAMITY  IN  GUIMARAS

4  MILLION  HEALTH  WORKERS  NEEDED  TO  FACE  AIDS  CRISIS

AUGUST  14,  2006:
MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  TERROR-DRIVEN  PARANOIA

ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  WEAPON  VS  TERROR

SARA SOLIVEN DE GUZMAN:  LET'S  CLEAN  UP!

JARIUS  BONDOC:  NAIA-3 CAN'T  OPEN  DESPITE  GMA  ORDER

AUGUST  12,  2006:
'SHABU'  LAB  KITS  SEIZED  AT  NAIA

'UNDECLARED  MARTIAL  LAW'  REIGNS  IN  NUEVA  ECIJA?

NEGROS:  DISASTROUS  VISITS  OF  'INDAY'  AND  'JUAN'

FAMILY  OF  MISSING  TRANSPORT  EXEC  FILED  HABEAS  CORPUS

AUGUST 11,  2006:
TAGUIG  INAUGURATES  PRO-POOR  HOUSING  PROJECT

SON  OF  B'GAY  EXEC'S  GOES  BERSERK,  KILLS  DAD'S  3  PALS

VIOLENT  CRIMES  PUSH  FILIPINOS  TO  BUY  GUNS

ZAMBO CITY:  7  DEAD  AS  HUGE  WAVES  HIT  SOUTH

AUGUST 10, 2006:
TALISAY:  HUGE  WAVES  WIPE  OUT  100  HOUSES  IN  DUMLOG

GREEN  MANILA  DRIVE  LAUNCHED

RIVAL  COMMUNIST  FACTIONS  BATTLE  IT  OUT  IN  NEGROS

PCG  MERCY  TRIPS  TO  LEBANON  JUNKED

AUGUST 9, 2006:
GAPAN  LAUNCHES  17-DAY  'TSINELAS  FESTIVAL'

3  TOWNS  ISOLATED;  2  KIDS  BURIED  IN  KALINGA  LANDSLIDES

AUG 21, 'BENIGNO AQUINO DAY'  DECLARED A SPECIAL HOLIDAY

RP, U.S. MARINES TO HOLD CODE 'PHIBLEX' IN CAVITE, C. LUZON

AUGUST 7, 2006:
ALL  SYSTEMS  GO  FOR  'GREEN  RP  HIGHWAY'  IN  CAGAYAN  VALLEY

CPP,  BAYAN,  HAMAS,  HEZBOLLAH:  NO  DIFFERENCE?

CHEAP  ONION  IMPORTS  FROM  INDIA  HIT

SURVEY:  PINOYS  COOL  TO  WHISTLE-BLOWING

AUGUST 6, 2006:
MANILA  TO RENOVATE  QUIAPO'S  HIDALGO  STREET

SUSPECT IN  PHOTO JOURNALIST'S  SLAY  NABBED  IN CALOOCAN

CEBU:  OFFICIALS, MEDIAMEN  WATCHED  FOR  POSSIBLE  NPA  LINK

HIROSHIMA  MAYOR  CALLS  FOR  ELIMINATION  OF  NUCLEAR  WEAPONS

AUGUST 4, 2006:
DEAF-MUTE  DAUGHTER  OF  ZAMBO  UNIVERSITY  PRESIDENT  ABDUCTED

NEW  INDUSTRY  PROSPECT  DRAWS  HUNDREDS  TO  CEBU

LAVA  FLOWS IN 6-KM DANGER ZONE  /  DIKES COLLAPSE IN C. LUZON
 

20  FLIGHTS  TO   HONG  KONG  DIVERTED  TO RP  DUE  TO  TYPHOON

AUGUST 1, 2006:
PINOY TROOPS IN LEBANON? WE'LL SPEND MILLIONS TO TRY RESCUE 'EM LATER

COLUMN:  TRICKY  OPTIONS  TESTING,  TEMPTING  MANNY  VILLAR
 

HEZBOLLAH IN LEBANON?  WE  HAVE  HE
RBOLLAH  IN  GLORIA'S  SONA

COLUMN:  VISA  DENIED,  JUSTICE  IS  SERVED

JULY  31, 2006:
LRT  HOLD  BOMB  DRILL  AT  CENTRAL  TERMINAL

CUSTOMS  COLLECTOR  BELMONTE  VOWS  TO  SUPPORT  CEBU  EXPORT  SECTOR

FATE  OF  2  CEBUANA  OFW  IN  LEBANON  STILL  UNCERTAIN

CEBU  STARTS  WEEK-LONG  CELEBRATION  437th  ANNIVERSARY

JULY  29, 2006:
NOLI  TO  PRIORITIZE  SOUTHRAIL  CLEARNING

319-KM  HUMAN  CHAIN  TO  PLANT  TREES  IN  C.  LUZON  H'WAYS

MAYON  SEEN  TO  ERUPT  IN  DAYS  IF...

WAR  VS  NPA  CA'T  BE  WON  WITHOUT  PEOPLE'S  SUPPORT

JULY  27, 2006:
GMA  RUSHED  ANEW  TO  HOSPITAL

181  BARANGAYS  IN  PAMPANGA, ZAMBALES, BATAAN S TILL FLOODED

MASKED  MEN  ABDUCT  BULACAN  PEASANT  LEADER

BULAKENO'S  INVENTION  TO  STOP  CARJACKING
 

JULY  26, 2006:
STAR  EDITORIAL:  CHALLENGES

BULLETIN:  SENATE NEEDS NEW  BRAND  OF  CREATIVE  LEADERSHIP

STANDARD  EDITORIAL:   BEYOND  'IMPERIAL  MANILA'

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  A  BETTER  WAY

JULY  25, 2006:
HOLLYWOOD  IN  CEBU

CEBU:  SONA  GETS [RAISE FROM GOVT EXECS, NONE  FROM CHURCH

NPA  ATTACKS  SURIGAO,  AGUSAN

GLENDA BATTER NORTHERN LUZON AS IT MOVES TOWARD TAIWAN

JULY  24, 2006:
REVIVAL OF MAGUINDANAO-CHINA  TRADE  BOOSTING  ARMM  ECO
 

FINALLY  A  CHA-CHA  FORUM  IN  CEBU

MAYON  LAVA  FRAGMENTS  BURNING  PLANTATION

VILLAR  TAKES  OVER  AS  SENATE  PRESIDENT

JULY  22, 2006:
ALL  EYES  AND  EARS  FOCUSED  ON  OFWs  IN  LEBANON

LEGAZPI  MAYOR  LURES  TOURISTS  TO  MAYON

FILIPINO  STUDENTS  WIN  INTERNATIONAL  MATH  COMPETITION

BIR  REVENUE  OFFICER  IN  LEYTE  DISMISSED

JULY  20, 2006:
'GO  NEGOSYO':  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  STUDENTS  TO  STUDY  ENTREPRENEURSHIP  SOON

4  NEW  "SUPRA  ECONOMIC"  REGIONS  PRELUDE  TO  POL  POWER  DECENTRALIZATION

NEW  ARMY  CHIEF  ESPERON  ON  'HELLO  GARCI'  TAPES:  MY  CONSCIENCE  IS  CLEAR

COUP  FINANCING:  'TONYBOY'  COJUANGCO  SURFACES  AT  CRAME

JULY  19, 2006:
TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  FENDING  FOR  THEMSELVES

MANILA  STANDARD  EDITORIAL:  AN  EMERGING  ALLIANCE

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  WHO  HAS  THE  HOTS  ON  PLANNING  SECRETARY  NERI?

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  BACK  TO  ENGLISH

JULY  18, 2006:
MAYON  STILL  RESTIVE;  GOVT  ASSURES  EVACUATION  PLANS  IN  PLACE

CEBU CITY POLICE OFFICE TO FORM TEAM TO CHECK RESPONSE TO 'TEXT CRIME'

A  DISTURBING  CAVITE  INCIDENT

NEWLY  PROCLAIMED  ISABELA  MAYOR  ASSUMES  POST

JULY  17, 2006:
CEBU:  A  NEW  VISION,  A  NEW  WAY,  A  NEW  HOPE!

ILOCOS  FORUM:  BAMBOO  TILES,  TINAPA  MACHINE,  OTHER  INVENTIONS  FEATURED

EXECUTION  VICTIMS  PROBED:  NPAs  ATTACK  SOLDIERS  SECURING  FORENSIC  TEAM

SUBIC  RAPE:  WHY  IS  SHE  DOING  THIS  TO  ME?

JULY  16, 2006:
COLUMN:  BE  NICE  TO  PUTIN,  DUBYA AND USA:  REMEMBER  ADOLF  AND  NAPOLEON

COLUMN:  THE  RACE  IS  ON

COLUMN:  PLOTTERS  AND  PLANNERS

COLUMN:  THE  BIG  JOKE  IS  ON  US  IN  THE  JOC JOC  L.A.  SAGA

JULY  13, 2006:
SQUATTING  SYNDICATE  CHARGED  /  SONA  NO-RALLY  ZONES  DESIGNATED

CALOOCAN,  MALABON,  NAVOTAS,  VALENZUELA  BRACES  FOR  MORE  FLOODS

FROM  THE SOUTH:  CBCP  IMPEACH  STAND  GETS  PUBIC  SUPPORT

BULACAN:  DENR   SUSPENDS  MARBLE  QUARRYING  IN  BIAK-NA-BATO

JULY  11, 2006:
TALISAY  TO  PUT  UP  SCIENCE  HIGH  SCHOOL

HUNDREDS  OF  BULAKENYOS  JOIN  MASS  FOR  PEACE,  JUSTICE

MALAYSIAN,  FILIPINO  SOLDIERS  START  JOINT  MILITARY  EXERCISES

SULFURIC  ACID  SPILL  IN  BATANGAS;  FIRST  IN  RP,  4th  IN THE  WORLD

JULY  10, 2006:
SONA  SECURITY  FORCE  RAISED  TO  10,000

QUEZON CITY:  GOING  WIFI-CRAZY  IN  RP'S  ICT  CAPITAL

MAKATI  TO  REPRESENT  NCR  IN  SEARCH  FOR  TOP  DISASTER  COUNCIL

ISABELA:  SUSPECT  IN  ALBANO  SLAY  IDENTIFIED

JULY  7, 2006:
MANILA  STANDARD  TODAY  EDITORIAL:  AN  EMERGING  ALLIANCE

DAILY  TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  INSINCERE

MANILA  BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  FREE  FROM  FEAR

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  TABOO

PHILIPPINE  STAR  EDITORIAL:  GIMMICK

JULY  6, 2006:
NEW  GENERATION  WORKS  TO MAKE  LIFE  SWEETER  IN  NEGROS  SUGAR  BOWL

MARIKINA  POLICE  CHIEF  SACKED

ACTIVISTS  FEAR  FOR  SAFETY  OF  SEIZED  PISTON  LEADER

5.6  MILLION  HOUSEHOLDS  WITHOUT  TOILETS  IN  RP

JULY  5, 2006:
COLUMN:  BY  THE  WAY....

COLUMN:  THE TOMB  OF  JOSEPH  EJERCITO  ESTRADA

COLUMN:  BILLBOARDS  AND  PACQUIAO

COLUMN:  OTHER  MEANS

JULY  2, 2006:
PACQUIAO-LARIOS  TIFF  BIGGEST  SHOW  ON  TV  TODAY

2  CBCP  PRELATES  SUPPORT  PAGCOR'S  PROPOSED  ENTERTAINMENT  COMPLEX

RP,  INDONS  BEEF  UP  BORDER  SECURITY

BULACAN  TRADER,  3  DAUGHTERS  MASSACRED

JUNE 30, 2006:
STAR NEWS FEATURE: AGING  PILOTS W/  FOREIGN  AIRLINES  HAS  NEW  LEASE  IN  LIFE

2  PINAYS  ACCUSE  2  SOUTH  KOREANS  OF  PHYSICAL  ABUSE

NIDA  BLANCA  CASE:  2  MORE  CHARGED  IN  NIDA  MURDER - DOJ

NPAs  KILL  2  CARETAKERS  OF  HONASAN'S  MASBATE  FARM

JUNE 29, 2006:
COLUMN:  IMPEACHMENT  2

COLUMN:  CONSTITUTIONAL  SHORTCUTS?

COLUMN:  THE  ARROYO  COMEDY  TEAM

COLUMN:  WHAT  DID  THE  POPE  REALLY  TELL  GLORIA?

JUNE 28, 2006:
CEBUANA  OFW  IN  LEBANON  ASKS  GOVERNMENT  HELP  IN  HER  REPATRIATION

CEBU  TERROR  REPORT:  OSME
ÑA,  ALARCIO  LIQUIDATION  TARGETS

BULUSAN  EVACUEES  START  GOING  HOME

WIDENING  LAND  CRACKS  ALARM  BUKIDNON  VILLAGE

JUNE 27, 2006:
COMING:  SCHOOLS  COMING  FROM  CONTAINER  VANS

TYPHOON  'DOMENG'  STRANDS  1,700  PASSENGERS  IN  BICOL  PORTS

METRO,  8  MAJOR  CITIES  FACING  SEVERE  WATER  CRISIS  -  ANGARA

METRO  MNAILA  WORKERS  GET  P25  WAGE  HIKE

JUNE 26, 2006:
MINDORO  COUNCILOR  RUNS  AMUCK  IN  VIDEOKE  BAR

HUNDREDS  OF  BULAKE
ÑOS  TO  JOIN  EVEREST  TEAM  IN  BIAK-NA-BATO  TREK

10-MINUTE  HAILSTORM  SHOWERS  BAGUIO

NAVY  DEVELOPS  STATE-OF-THE-ART  MACHINE  GUNS

JUNE 24, 2006:
MT.  BULUSAN  QUIET  WHILE  KANLAON  SPEWS  MORE  ASHES

SAUDI  ARABIA  TO  BANKROLL  INFRA  PROJECTS  IN  COTABATO

ACTIVE  VOLCANOES  EYED  AS  TOURIST  SPOTS

WOMEN  IN  GRAVEYARD  SHIFTS  AT  HIGHER  RISK  OF  BREAST  CANCER

JUNE 23, 2006:
OUTSTANDING  MANILANS  TO  BE   HONORED

ALIENS  INVOLVED  IN  NPA  OPERATIONS?

4  GIs  IN  RAPE  CASE  LEARN  'FILIPINO  101'

TIME  TO  THROW  OUT  OUR  POLITICAL  PATRONAGE

JUNE 22, 2006:
MERIENDA  SPECIALS  FOR  RAINY  DAYS

PALACE  SCORES  CRITICS  OF  ANTI-CORRUPTION  DRIVE

ERAP  TRIAL:  PROSECUTOR  STYMIED  ANEW

CORY  TO  ADDRESS  LIBERALS'  MEET  AT  PICC  TODAY

JUNE 20, 2006:
BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  A  CITIZEN  VIEWS  CHARTER  CHANGE

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  POLITICAL  REALITY  TIME

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  MILITARISM  ON  THE  RISE

STAR  EDITORIAL:  ANOTHER  ALL-OUT  WAR

JUNE 19, 2006:
JOSE  SISON:  RIGHT  AIM,  WRONG  WAY

MIGUEL  BERNAD, S.J.:  A  MAN  ABOVE  THE  ORDINARY

MAX  SOLIVEN:  JUST  FIGHT,  FIGHT,  FIGHT  -  NO  MORE  TALK

PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  RIZAL'S  LEGACY

JUNE 18, 2006:
METRO  BOMBINGS  LIKELY TO  CONTINUE  TILL  SONA,  SAYS  GONZALES

SECURITY  REASONS:  POLICE  RESTRICTS  MAYOR  VI'S  PUBLIC  APPEARANCES

PETRON  LEADS  BUSINESS COMMUNITY  IN  REBUILDING  SOUTHERN  LEYTE

N.  ECIJA  MAYOR  UNSEATED  /  DENGUE  ALERT  IN  BAGUIO  CITY

JUNE 16, 2006:
WIFE  OF  NOTORIOUS  ROBBER,  'TONGOL'  INDICTED  FOR  LIBEL

2  NCRPO  OFFICIALS  SACKED  OVER  CAMP  BLAST  IN  TAGUIG

INSIDE  CEBU:  MA'M  YOUR  ARMY  JEEP  HAS  NO  SPARE  TIRE!

INCOMING  SENATE  PRESIDENT  VILLAR  'MORE  APPROACHABLE' - SOLONS
 

JUNE 14, 2006:
TAGUIG  TEACHERS  HOLD  PRAYER  VIGIL

CEBU  CITY'S  VIGILANTE  KILLINGS:  VICTIMS  COUNT  REACHES  165

6,000  CHILD  LABORERS  IN  BULACAN

BULUSAN'S  SULPHUR DIOXIDE  EMISSION  STILL FAR  FROM  AN  ERUPTION

JUNE 13, 2006:
INDEPENDENCE  DAY  RITES  AT  PRO-7:  PNP  CHIEF  RALLIES  COPS  TO UNITE

SOUTHERN BEAT:  REVOLUTIONARY  IDEAS  BEAR  FRUIT

NORTH  COTABATO  TO  EXPORT  FRUITS  TO  EU

STUDY:  4  MILLION  PINOY  KIDS  ENGAGED  IN CHILD  LABOR

JUNE 12, 2006:
COLUMN:  INDEPENDENCE  DAY  BLASTS

COLUMN:  UNICAMERAL  LONG  A  FILIPINO  DREAM

COLUMN:  UNIQUE  POLITICAL  PARTY

COLUMN:  IS  MJ  'THE  INCREDIBLE JERK'? OR HIS ARITHMETIC FAULTY?

JUNE 9, 2006:
14,000  COPS  PLACED  ON  FULL  ALERT  FOR  INDEPENDENCE  DAY

DEPT  OF  EDUCATION  'SEX ED'  ALARMS  CBCP

VOLCANIC  ASH:  BULUSAN  ASHFALLS  CLAIM  FIRST  CASUALTY

PHILIPPINE  LEFT-WING  ACTIVIST  KILLED  IN  LATEST  ATTACK

JUNE 8, 2006:
LONE  GUNMAN  EXECUTES  EX-CON  'VIGILANTE  STYLE'

OMBUDSMAN  SUSPENDED  IMMIGRATION  EXEC

CHINA  JOBS - NEW  LURE  BY  ILLEGAL  RECRUITERS

ZAMBALES  GIRL  DIES  OF  CEREBRAL  MALARIA

JUNE 7, 2006:
MURDER  AT  NAIA

CEBU:  AN APPEAL TO THE NBI FOR HELP / BOHOL GOVT MANAGES 'CHOC HILL'

BAYAN  MUNA  LEADER'S  KILLER  ARRESTED  IN PANGASINAN

JANJALANI  NOT  IN  SULU  BUT  IN  SABAH,  SAYS  MINDANAO SECURITY

JUNE 6, 2006:
COPS  NAB  RALLYISTS  NEAR  MALACA
ÑANG

SCHOOL  OPENING  'PEACEFUL'  DESPITE  PROTESTS

USAID-FUNDED  FOREST  YIELDS  ILLEGAL  LOGS

ABOUT  TIME  TO  WRAP UP  RP-MILF  PEACE  PACT  -  PIMENTEL

U.S.  NAVY  PROBER  TESTIFIES  IN  MARINES  RAPE  CASE

JUNE 5, 2006:
METRO MANILA:  COPS  IN  HEIGHTENED  ALERT  FOR  OPENING  OF  CLASSES

AS  CLASSES  START  TODAY  1.4  M  STUDENTS  ENTER  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS  HERE

INSIDE  CEBU:  ONCE  MORE  ABOUT  THE  MANGOES  OF  KANG   IRAG!

MORE  GUINSAUGON  KIDS  GET  SCHOLARSHIP  GRANTS

JUNE 4, 2006:
COPS  RAID  GREENHILLS  STALLS  SELLING  FAKE  GOODS

ON SCHOOL BLDG  CONSTRUCTION:  CEBU  GOV  SEES  LOWER  COSTS

ALL'S  SET  FOR  'NILIYAGAN'  CARAGA'S  BIGGEST  FESTIVAL

BOMBING  OF  UTV OF BATANGAS GOV NOT PART OF DESTAB PLOT

JUNE 2, 2006:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  CATCH  THE  KILLERS

MANILA TIMES  EDITORIAL:  A  QUESTION  OF  SHORTAGE

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  COUP  CONSPIRACY

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  KILLINGS  MUST  STOP

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  LURE  OF  MARTIAL  LAW

JUNE 1, 2006:
BLACK  NAZARENE'S  GREATEST  MIRACLE:  BRIDGING  RICH,  POOR  GAP

NPA  HIT  MEN  CHARGED  IN  2  'BAYAN  MUNA'  LEADERS'  SLAYS

RAPU-RAPU  PROJECT  IN  ALBAY  STILL  VIABLE - LAFAYETTE  OFFICIAL

SORSOGON:  WHALE  SHARKS  MAKE  DONSOL  TOURISM  HUB

MAY  31, 2006:
CHA-CHA  INITIATIVE  COMING  TO  A  HEAD

RP  FLAGS  FLYING  HIGH  IN  MT.  EVEREST

CHOKING  ON  'PORK'

STAR  EDITORIAL 'NO END TO THE KILLINGS'  APPLAUDED IN  EDINBURG

MAY  30, 2006:
NAT'L  FLAG  DAY:  MAY 12 - JUNE 12, DISPLAY  OF  RP  FLAG  PUSHED

2  FILIPINO  TIPSTERS  TO  GET  $500,000  REWARD  FROM  THE  U.S.

ISABELA  STATE  UNIVERSITY  TO  LAUNCH  TUITION-FREE  PROGRAM

SAUDI  REFINERY  TO  RISE  IN  BATAAN

MAY  29, 2006:
COMMUNIST  REBELS  SLAM  NEW  U.S.-RP  SECURITY  DEAL

ISRAEL  RAISES  MINIMUM  WAGE  OF  OFWs, OTHER FOREIGN WORKERS

WATCHING  THE  PLANET  JUPITER  IN  CEBU  CITY

3  WITNESSES  IN  SCRIBE'S  SLAY  GET  GOVT  PROTECTION

MAY  27, 2006:
ISABELA  GOVERNOR  GIRDS  FOR  SHOWDOWN  WITH  6  MAYORS

CEBUANA  OFW  WINS  CASE  AGAINST  RECRUITMENT  AGENCY

DOH  RAISES  ALARM  AGAINST  RAINY  SEASON  DISEASES

PGH  NOW  BOOSTS  ITS  OWN  WORLD-CLASS  EYE  CENTER

MAY  25, 2006:
STUNNING  DEVELOPMENTS  IN  WESTERN  VISAYAS

JEDDAH  MEETING  TO  CLARIFY  '96 MNLF-GOVT  PACT

IT'S  FINAL:  'DA  KING'  NAMED  A  NATIONAL  ARTIST

FILIPINO  COUPLE  HACKED  TO  DEATH  IN  SABAH

MAY  24, 2006:
BOBBY  ABOITIZ  SAYS  STOP  POLITICKING

KAOSHING, TAIWAN TO DONATE  6 MORE  BUSES TO CEBU CITY

CARABAOS  TAKE  CENTER  STAGE  IN  ILOCOS  FESTIVALS

DENGUE  DOWNS  16 KIDS  IN LA  UNION  /  'LOTENG'  INVADES  AURORA

MAY  23, 2006:
EQUATORIAL GUINEA PRESIDENT ALSO LEARNED  SOMETHING

THE  FREEMAN:  GOVERNOR  GWEN  ASKS  AGENCIES  TO  GET  THEIR  ACTS  TOGETHER

2  COPS,  2  RETIRED  AIR  FORCE  OFFICIALS  NABBED  IN  DRUG  RAID

CENTRAL  LUZON  TRAFFIC  CHIEF  SACKED  OVER  'FAKE'  PAPERS

EVICTED  NAVY  MEN  TAKE  EVERYTHING  INCLUDING  KITCHEN  SINK

MAY  22, 2006:
COLUMN:  TAKING  THE  PINOY  SPIRIT  TO  THE  TOP

IMMIGRATION CORNER:  USCIS  EXPLAINS HOW SECURITY  WORKS

COLUMN:  TIME  OUT  ON  POLITICAL  ANIMOSITY

COLUMN:  PINOYS  CARRY  THE  JOY  OF  THEIR  FAITH  ABROAD

MAY  20, 2006:
ZAMBONAGA:  SK  MINDANAO  HOLDS  1st  CONGRESS, MAY 26-28

THEY'RE  KEEPING THEIR FAITH: 'DA VINCI CODE'  JAMPACKS  CINEMAS

MANILA  JUDGE WON'T  STOP  SHOWING  OF  'DA  VINCI  CODE'

DAVAO:  COMMERCIAL  BANKS  STILL MAIN  CONDUIT FOR  OFW  INFLOWS

MAY  18, 2006:
BAGUIO  CITY:  CLEANEST,  GREENEST  CITY  NATIONWIDE

ABU  SAYYAF  THREATENS  TO  ATTACK  CEBU  -  PNP

CEBU  ANTI-DECENCY CHIEF:  'DA VINCI' MUST NOT BE SHOWN IN RP CINEMAS

SINGAPORE:  FILIPINA  MAID  CONVICTED   OVER  GRISSLY  KILLING

MAY  17, 2006:
THE  FREEMAN:  DEP  OF  ED'S  'BRIGADA  ESKWELA'  STARTS  TODAY

INSIDE  CEBU:  WHAT  WOULD  JESUS  DO  IF  HE  MET  DAN BROWN?

AURORA:  NBI  VOWS  TO  CONVICT  AURORA  PUBLISHER'S  KILLER

SMALL   WHALE  STRANDED  IN  SHALLOW  WATERS  OF  MANILA  BAY

MAY  16, 2006:
CALOY'S  HAVOC:  BATANGAS  CITY,  2  TOWNS UNDER STATE OF CALAMITY

MAJOR  LOSSES  FROM  TYPHOON  'CALOY'

3 EX-NAVY  CHIEFS  AMONG  THOSE  TO  BE EVICTED  FROM  FORT  BONI

HOUSE  OPPOSITION  PREPARING  FOR  NEW  GMA  IMPEACHMENT 

MAY  15, 2006:
MOTORCYCLE  THEFT  ON  THE RISE

DEODORANT  COMPANIES URGED TO GIVE PRODUCT  SAMPLES  TO DRIVERS

BUTUAN CITY:  PIRATED  'DA  VINCI CODE'  DVDs  SPROUTING  ALL OVER

RAISING  THE  TERROR  ALERT  IN  CEBU!

MAY  14, 2006:
COLUMN:  NEGATIVE  CAMPAIGN  AND  GOVERNANCE

COLUMN:  STANDING  OVATION  FOR  CHA-CHA  IN  MARAWI

COLUMN:  CHEATING

COLUMN:  MAKATI  MAYOR  BINAY  NOW  THE  TARGET  OF  ASSASSINS

MAY  12, 2006:
ISABELA  WOMAN ACTIVIST  LEADER,  HUSBAND  SLAIN

STORM 'CALOY' (CANCHU)  LASHES:  FLOODS,  LANDSLIDES  HIT  LEYTE

PAGASA:  LA  NI
ÑA  OFFICIALLY OVER / STORM CANCELS LOCAL FLIGHTS

SINGLE  WOMEN, MEN DANCE IN STREET ON SAINT'S  FEAST TO FIND PARTNER

MAY  11, 2006:
STANDOFF  AT  ILOILO AIRPORT:  BACOLOD READY TO TAKE ON FLIGHTS

WW2  VETS  TO  MARK  FALL  OF  'BALETE  PASS'

PANGASINAN ROUNDUP: BET COLLECTORS  WORKING  FOR  EZ2, NOT JUETENG

LEYTE  EARTHQUAKE  KNOCKS  OUT  POWER  IN  EASTERN  VISAYAS

MAY  10, 2006:
P1.34  BILLION  ALLOCATED  FOR  METRO  ROAD  REPAIRS

NORTHERN LUZON:  CASIGURAN  SEEN  TO RISE AS RP  'SEAFOOD  CAPITAL'

SC  UPHOLDS  COMELEC  DECISION  ON  TANAUAN  MAYORALTY  ROW

QUO  VADIZ  COMELEC?

MAY  9, 2006:
DOLE  TO  PURSUE  BENEFITS  FOR  FILIPINO  SEAMEN  MISSING  IN  S. AFRICA

BORACAY  TO  HOST  ASEAN  ECONOMIC  MINISTERS'  MEET,  MAY  11-16

MNLF,  OIC  TO  ASSESS  1996  PEACE  PACT

BALITANG  BETERANO:  KINSHIP  OF  WARRIORS  (THE  PMAyers CLASS '44)

MAY  8, 2006:
SMUGGLED  LAPTOPS,  CELLULAR  PHONES  INTERCEPTED  AT  NAIA

RANDOM  DRUG  TESTS  FOR  STUDENTS  TRIED  NEXT  MONTH

INSIDE  CEBU:  IMPEACHMENT  IN AID  OF ELECTIONS?

19  ARRESTED  IN  LAGUNA  DRUG  DEN  RAID

MAY  7, 2006:
COLUMN:  REVENUES

COLUMN:  THE  DEMONIZATION  OF  '1017'

COLUMN:  CBCP  FINDS  ITS  VOICE

COLUMN:  FREEDOM  PARKS

MAY  5, 2006:
MOTHERS  SET  BREASTFEEDING  RECORD

ILLEGAL  LOGGING  CONTINUES  IN  SIERRA  MADRE

ERAP'S  GOT  A  TOMB  READY,  BUT  DOESN'T  PLAN  TO  DIE  JUST YET

BALITANG  BETERANO:  FIL-AM  VETERAN'S  IDEA  OF  JUSTICE

MAY  4, 2006:
Q.C.  PREPARING  FOR  RAINY  SEASON

NEGROS  PRESS  CLUB  EXPELS  MEMBER,  REPRIMANDS  ANOTHER

LEGAL  LUMINARIES  PREPARE  FOR  TRIAL  OF  SUBIC  RAPE  VICTIM

CHA-CHA  PROVINCIAL  SUMMITS  START

MAY  3, 2006:
COLUMN:  MUTUAL  RESPECT  WON'T  HURT

COLUMN:  THE  OPPOSITION'S  ROLE

COLUMN:  WILL  MANILANS  FIGHT  LA  MESA  HOUSING?

COLUMN:  ANOTHER  MAY 1 SOME MAY DEARLY WANT TO FORGET

MAY  1, 2006:
PALAWAN:  ASIA'S  EDEN  AT  CLUB  PARADISE

MISAMIS  ORIENTAL:  DUKA  BAY  IS  AN  ECOLOGICAL  BUSINESS   PARADIGM

VIGAN  REVISITED:  THE  SOLIVEN  MEMORABILIA

ISABELA   CELEBRATES  150th   ANNIVERSARY

APRIL 29, 2006:
ALEJANDRO  ROCES:  LABOR  DAY  SHOULD  BE  A JOYOUS  CELEBRATION

JAMES  REUTER, SJ:  ONE  VOICE  FOR  THE  CATHOLIC  PHILIPPINES

CARMEN  PERDROSA:  SO  WHAT  IF  EL SHADDAI DOES NOT SUPPORT  CHA-CHA?

RICARDO  PUNO, JR:  OUR  BOILING  CAULDRONS

APRIL 28, 2006:
METRO:  POCKET  RALLIES  TEST  POLICE  TOLERANCE

CAPTURED  ABU  SAYYAF  LEADER  BROUGHT  TO  MANILA

CAMARINES  NORTE  HEAD  OF  'BAYAN  MUNA'  SLAIN

GROUP  RAISES  ALARM  ON  DETERIORATION  OF  LAGUNA  LAKE

APRIL 27, 2006:
COLUMN:   SCRUTINY

COLUMN: CHIEF  JUSTICE SAYS IT WAS AN AMBUSH INTERVIEW IN BAGUIO

COLUMN:  TBOLI  LADY

COLUMN:  ALL  SECTORS  OF  SOCIETY  SHOULD  HONOR  LABOR  DAY

APRIL 26, 2006:
DENR  ORDERS  CLOSURE  OF  6  DUMPSITES  IN  CALABARZON  AREA

GMA  ORDERS  PANAY  DEVPT  TO  FOCUS  ON  TOURISM

TARLAC  SUGAR  REFINERY  PLEDGES  INCREASED  ETHANOL  PRODUCTION 

NUEVA  ECIJA  TOWN  COOKS  LONGEST  NOODLE, EYES  GUINNESS  RECORD

APRIL 25, 2006:
GMA  TO  GRACE  PANDAN  FIESTA  IN  ANTIQUE

OIL  IN  MINDANAO?   BUTUAN  CITY  COUPLE  HOPEFUL

SANTIAGUE
ÑOS  GEAR  UP  FOR  PATTARADDAY   FESTIVAL

STAR  NEWS  FEATURE:  'GRINGO'   FINALLY  SURFACES?

APRIL 24, 2006:
FR.  JAMES  B.  REUTER, S.J.  TURNS  90

FEDERICO  PASCUAL:  OIL  HITS  $75!  WHAT'S  A  GOOD  CAR  TO  DRIVE?

IMMIGRATION  CORNER:  FIXED  AND  SUSPICIOUS  MARRIAGES

MAX  SOLIVEN:  WAR  WITHOUT  END

APRIL 22, 2006:
SANDIGAN  ORDERS  ARREST  OF  CAMARINES  NORTE  GOVERNOR

SC  RESTORES  ARREST  WARRANTS  VS  EX-MAYOR,  3  OTHERS IN ISABELA

'NO  CHA-CHA!':  CAVITE  STUDENTS  HECKLE  GMA

CEBU:  100  JI  MILITANTS  READY  TO  STRIKE

APRIL 20, 2006:
JAPANESE  FIRM  AGREES  TO  PAY  FOR  NAIA  REPAIRS

DAVAO  CITY'S  MOST  WANTED  MAN  FINALLY CAPTURED

NUEVA  ECIJA  FARMER  FAILS  TO  BEAT  RECORD  PALAY  YIELD

(STAR NEWS FEATURE)  BISHOP  TO  ERAP:  MOVE  ON,  FORGET  COMEBACK

APRIL 19, 2006:
CHILDREN'S  ENVIRONMENTAL  AWARENESS  &  ACTION  FOUNDATION

CEBU  LEGENDARY  EDDIE'S  LOG  CABIN  GETS  A  MAKEOVER

INSIDE CEBU:  THE  DEATH  PENALTY  DID  NOT  STOP  HEINOUS  CRIME

(STAR NEWS FEATURE)  PALACE  B'DAY  WISH  TO  ERAP:  STAY  HANDSOME
 

APRIL 17, 2006:
1st  BUTTERFLY  GARDEN  OPENS  /  STUNTMAN  BIDS  FOR  WORLD  RECORD

ABU  SAYYAF'S  PLOT  TO  BOMB  ZAMBOANGA  TARGETS  FOILED

37,000  TEACHERS  TO  UNDERGO  MATH,  ENGLISH  REFRESHERS

RECOGNIZE  'WASTE PICKERS'  AS  PARTNERS  IN  GARBAGE  MANAGEMENT

APRIL 16, 2006:
FR. JAMES REUTER, SJ:  ONE  BRIEF  SHINING  MOMENT

BABE ROMUALDEZ:  HOW  WE  DIE

FEDERICO PASCUAL: WILL LESSON, PROMISE OF EASTER  BE LOST ON US?

MAX  SOLIVEN:  THE  THIRD  MAN  ON  THE  CROSS

APRIL 13, 2006:
INQUIRER  EDITORIAL:  PARADOX  OF  CHIRST

BULLETIN  HEADLINE:  DEATH  OF  JESUS  MOURNED  TODAY

MANILA  TIMES  EDITORIAL:  THE  GOVERNMENT  IS  (IN),  OUT

PHILSTAR   EDITORIAL:  RENEWAL

APRIL 12, 2006:
DOT  NAMES  7  PAMPANGA  CHURCHES  FOR  'VISITA  IGLESIA'

INSIDE  CEBU:  THE  'GOSPEL  OF  JUDAS'  JUST  ANOTHER  FICTION!

ABU  COMMANDER,  FATHER  KILLED  IN  ZAMBOANGA  SHOOTOUT

WHIZ KIDS, TOO, LOVE  PLAYSTATIONS

APRIL 11, 2006:
A  BRITISH  MAN  WISHES  TO  JOIN  PAMPANGA  CRUCIFIXION  RITES

MUSLIMS  CELEBRATE  'BIRTH'  OF  PROPHET  MOHAMMAD

BLACK SATURDAY A HOLIDAY  /  VISITS  TO  CAGAYAN  VALLEY'S  MT.  CALVARY

'BANAHAW'  CLOSED  TO  TREKKERS

APRIL 10, 2006:
THE  FREEMAN:  PALM  SUNDAY  STARTS  HOLY  WEEK

CEBU:  WILL  BORACAY  BE  RP'S  NEXT  SUMMER  CAPITAL?

COTABATO:  3  COPS  TAGGED  IN  TWIN  MURDERS/ OTHER NEWS N. ECIJA, QUEZON

11  SIGN  LANGUAGE  INTERPRETERS  GET  1st  'GOLDEN  HAND  AWARDS'

APRIL 9, 2006:
QC MAYOR ENCOURAGES 'VISITA IGLESIA / 'PINOY MD WANTED'  SCHOLARS

BUTUAN:  DISASTER  LOOMS  AT  MT.  MAYAPAY

U.P.  SCIENTISTS  LAUNCH  GLOBAL  PROJECT  TO  SAVE  CORAL  REEFS

BALITANG  BETERANO:  LYING,  TODAY'S  DEPRAVITY

APRIL 7, 2006:
SOUTHERN  LEYTE:  COMPLETE  RELOCATION  OF  RESIDENTS  RECOMMENDED

Php149 M  SISID  PROGRAM  MAKES  BORACAY  FREE  FROM  BROWNOUTS

CEBU:  SITIO  IN  TEJERO  PLACED  UNDER  STATE  OF  CALAMITY

TOP  BUSH  ADVISER  TO  ATTEND  ANTI-TERROR  MEET  IN  CEBU

APRIL 6, 2006:
CAR  CODING-FREE  SUMMER  STARTS  TODAY

17-YEAR-OLD  STUDENT  ORDERED  TO  ANSWER  TO  POISONING  CHARGES

GMA  OKAYS  Php5.7  BILLION  TO  MODERNIZE  RP  POSTAL  SYSTEM

ERAP  DENIES  RECEIVING  Php545  MILLION  IN  GAMBLING  PAYOFFS

APRIL 5, 2006:
CEBU:  GLOBE  NETWORK  REACHES  97%  OR  RP  POPULATION!

TOLLWAY  FIRM  EYES  DIVERSION  ROAD  TO  EASE  SLEX  TRAFFIC

17  MORE  GEOLOGISTS  TO  JOIN  GEO-HAZARD  STUDY  OF  LEYTE

QUEZON CITY:  'POISONING'  DAMPENS  HIGH  SCHOOL  GRADUATION

APRIL 4, 2006:
REDITIO - LAST 4 WEEKS OF LENT: A TOUCHING PROFESSION OF FAITH

WORLD  BANK  IDENTIFIES  BIOREGIONS  IN  MINDANAO

SOME DAVAO, SAMAL BEACH RESORTS DECLARED 'UNFIT  FOR  BATHING'
 

TRIPLETS  BAG HONORS  IN  QC  HIGH  SCHOOL

APRIL 3, 2006:
ASEAN  SUMMIT  SEEN  TO IMPROVE  CEBU  ECONOMY

N. VIZCAYA  GROUP  GEARS UP FOR LENTEN TREK TO RP'S 2nd HIGHEST PEAK

GMA-7  STILL  AHEAD  OF  ABS-CBN  IN  RATINGS  GAME

U.S.  INSTITUTE  ASKS  DONOR  AGENCIES  TO SPEED UP AID TO MINDANAO

APRIL 1, 2006:
BI  TARGETS  ILLEGAL  FLY-BY-NIGHT  ENGLISH  LANGUAGE  SCHOOLS

8  VIZCAYA  TOWNS  TAGGED  AS  ILLEGAL  LOGGING  'HOTSPOTS'

BAR  TOPNOTCHER  AN  ADVOCATE  OF  THE  POOR  AND  THE  OPPRESSED

EASTERN,  SOUTHERN  MINDANAO  IDENTIFIED  AS  RP  EAGLE  SANCTUARY

March 31, 2006:
FORGOTTEN  IN A PERIOD OF UNHOLY 'WAR' HOLY WEEK IS ALMOST HERE

COLUMN:  CHARTER  CHANGE  CAN  LICK  POVERTY

COLUMN:  MORALITY  COPS

COLUMN:  CHA-CHA-DRIVEN  P.I.

March 30, 2006:
DAVAO:  DIWALWAL  HONOR  GRADS  GET  REAL  GOLD  MEDALS

INSIDE  CEBU:  DUAL  CITIZENS  TARGETED  FOR  CORRUPTION?

COPS  SAY  KIDS  ARE  BEING  ADDUCTED  FOR  BODY  PARTS

BALITANG BETERANO:  SENATE - 146 - SEEKING  FULL EQUITY  CLOTURE

March 29, 2006:
INTENSITY  5  QUAKE SHAKES  MINDORO

COMELEC  ROLE  IN  CHA-CHA  EXPLAINED

MAGDALO CASE:  ARMY CHIEF  FACES  CONTEMPT FOR DEFYING  COURT  ORDER

ON ITS 37th  ANNIVERSARY:  MILITARY  BRACES  FOR  MORE  NPA  ATTACKS

March 28, 2006:
MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  CHA-CHA  A  DIVERSION

MANILA TIMES OPINION:   SIGNATURES AT BARGAIN-BASEMENT PRICES

BULLETIN  OPINION:   REWRITING  CHARTER  ON  PEOPLE'S  INITIATIVE

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:   DANGEROUS  MINDSET

March 27, 2006:
RELATIVES, FRIENDS VISIT AILING 'KA BEL' AT CAMP CRAME

MRT  SEGREGATING MEN FROM ELDERLY, HANDICAPPED, WOMEN, CHILDREN

BULUSAN  VOLCANO SPEWS ASHES; GOVT READYING EVACUATION PLANS

MILF  SEEKS  POWER  SHARING WITH  GOVERNMENT

March 25, 2006:
DEATH PLUNGE FROM 14th FLOOR OF CONDO:  CEBUANA FALLS  OF  BLDG

SOUTHERN  BEAT:  CHA-CHA  IS IT

MAGUINDANAO:  AMPATUAN  THREATENS  TO  FIRE  PORT  OFFICIALS

ACCUSED OF SAYYAF  MURDER:  BICUTAN COPS ASSURED OF LEGAL HELP

MARINDUQUE  STILL  A  MINING  SITE  DESPITE  1996  DISASTER

March 24, 2006:
WORLD  TUBERCULOSIS DAY 2006:  ENCOURAGING  ACTION  FOR  LIFE

RAPE CASE TRIAL HITS SNAG:  JUDGE  DROPS OUT OF 4 US MARINES' CASE

SUBIC FREEPORT:  FIRM  OPENS  6,500 JOBS FOR  SHIPYARD  PROJECT

ENDANGERED  BIRDS,  CATS  RESCUED  FROM  PALAWAN  TRADERS

March 23, 2006:
INDEPENDENT BODY TO PROBE  'ANOMALIES'  IN BAGUIO FLOWER  FESTIVAL

OIL  FIRMS  EVICTED  FROM  PANDACAN;  BIG 3  HAS  7  MONTHS  TO  MOVE  OUT

BULUSAN  VOLCANO  ERUPTS

BALITANG BETERANO: ABUSED PORK SPENDING, BRIBERY ROOT OF TROUBLES

March 22, 2006:
POLICE  SET  ASIDE  POLITICS  IN  COCKPIT  MASSACRE

GEOLOGIC  HAZARDS  THREATEN  11  LEYTE  VILLAGES

LP  FEUD  HAS  REACHED  ANTIQUE  PROVINCE

PCGG  DOES  A  PONTIUS  PILATE  ON  DISPUTED  PASIG  PROPERTY

March 21, 2006:
LEFT-WING STUDENT LEADER SHOT DEAD IN ALBAY

RAPE CASE:  COURT, NOT DOJ, WILL DECIDE WHO AMONG 4 GIs WILL BE CHARGED

GOVT, MILF IRON OUT KINKS IN ANCESTRAL DOMAIN ISSUES

BALITANG BETERANO:  CLARIFICATION  OF  SENATOR AKAKA'S  PROPOSAL

March 20, 2006:
MAX  SOLIVEN:   THE  ANGER  OF  GOD

BULLETIN  OPINIONS:  WHERE THERE'S A WILL  /  BAREFOOT IN THE PARK

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  MORE  THAN  THEY  BARGAINED  FOR

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  REPRESSION  BREEDS  RESISTANCE

March 18, 2006:
BULLETIN  OPINION:  WEB OF  POLITICAL  WORRY,  UNEASINESS

MALAYA EDITORIAL:  MALACANANG'S  'RESOLVE'

DAILY TRIBUNE EDITORIAL:  A  PROBLEM  LIKE  ESTRADA

MANILA TIMES OPINION:  U.S.  INTERVENTION

March 17, 2006:
TIME  MAGAZINE  REPORT  JUSTIFIES  PROCLAMATION 1017

CREATING MORE STATE UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES  PRESENTS DIFFERENT STORY

50  MILF  REBELS  SURRENDER  AHEAD  OF  KL  PEACE  TALKS

BALITANG BETERANO:  REJOINDER  ON  FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND THE PRESS

March 16, 2006:
ALEJANDRO ROCES:  PEOPLE'S  REPUBLIC AND REPUBLIC  OF  CHINA

ALEX  MAGNO:  EMERGENCY

RICARDO PUNO, JR:  MUST  MEDIA  'HELP' GOVERNMENT

MAX SOLIVEN: ANG GOVT MOVE TO BULLY THE MEDIA CAN ONLY BACKFIRE

March 15, 2006:
TAGUIG: BAHRAIN EARMARKS Php30 MILLION FOR TAGUIG TRADE CENTER

PACQUIAO  GOES  INCOGNITO  IN  QUEZON  CITY  COURT

BIGGEST CLASS W/ MOST NUMBER OF WOMEN EVER TO GRADUATE FROM PMA

TSUNAMI, TORNADO  RUMOR SENT BATANGAS  FOLK FLEEING

March 14, 2006:
FOCUS ON PEACE AND ORDER IN BICOL  /  TEXT SCAM HOUNDS OFWs

MILF  WELCOMES  MNLF  CHAIR'S  LOOMING  FREEDOM

POLICE CHIEFS IN CENTRAL VISAYAS ALERTED ON END OC CLASSES

ARMY  OFFICER, 2 TROOPERS  SLAIN IN AGUSAN SUR CLASH

March 13, 2006:
THIS  SUMMER,  JOIN  TREK  TO  MT.  PINATUBO

MUSLIM CLERICS HOPEFUL MISUARI WOULD BE ACQUITTED AND RELEASED

URDANETA CITY MAYOR CITES  EFFORTS  FOR  EDUCATION

COMELEC UNDECIDED ON DRILON PETITION VS LIBERAL PARTY ELECTIONS

March 12, 2006:
MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  IN  THE  END,  IT'S  ALL  UP  TO US

MANILA TIMES OPINION:  THE  DAVIDE  AND  FELICIANO  REPORTS

TRIBUNE  COMMENTARY:  THE  PAST  IS  THE  PRESENT

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  HAVE  WE  STOPPED  MUDDLING  THROUGH?

March 11, 2006:
JUSTICE  GONZALES  SACKS  PROSECUTOR  IN  MISUARI CASE

NAT'L POWER CORPORATION ASKED TO PROBE DAILY WAGE 'ANOMALY'

KIDAPAWAN CITY:  PARTY-LIST SOLON AIRS FEARS ON PNP MOTIONS, STATEMENTS

PAPAL  NUNCIO ENDS TERM, LEAVES MANILA FOR ROME

March 9, 2006:
SMUGGLER:  SAMUEL LEE  CHARGED WITH 3  COUNTS OF SMUGGLING

BACOLOD  BISHOP  STIRS  POLITICAL  DEBATE

DEVOTEES  TROOP  TO  'SOGOD'  TO  SEE IMAGE OF VIRGIN MARY ON STONE

MUSLIM  REBELS  SEE "ROUGH  SAILING"  AHEAD  IN  RP  PEACE  TALKS

March 8, 2006:
BONG OSORIO:  WHERE  TRUTH  LIES

MARICHU  VILLANUEVA:  BACK  TO  PRIORITIES

ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  THE  PITFALLS  OF  PREEMPTION

JARIUS  BONDOC:  DISCREDITED  COMELEC,  DRILON'S  UNLIKELY  ALLY

March 7, 2006:
DUTERTE  TO  PUSH  MINDANAO  REPUBLIC  IF  GMA  OUSTED

QUALITY OF PINOY CONSTRUCTION WORKERS DECLINING?

1.8 MILLION  GRADE 6 STUDENTS TAKE NAT'L ACHIEVEMENT TEST TODAY

COMELEC:  DRILON  STILL  LEGITIMATE  LP  PRESIDENT

March 6, 2006:
PINOY, INDON  MAIDS MARCH  IN  HONG  KONG  TO  DEMAND  WAGE  INCREASE

BALIKATAN  ENDS:  RP, U.S.  PLEDGE TO WORK 'SHOULDER-TO=SHOULDER"

NUEVA  ECIJA:  ALL  QUIET  AT  FORT  MAGSAYSAY

TOURISTS  CONTINUE  TO  FLOCK  TO  RP  DESPITE  TURMOIL

March 4, 2006:
PHILSTAR  EDITORIAL:  REMEMBERING  GUINSAUGON

INQUIRER  EDITORIAL:  TRAIL  OF  CORRUPTION

MANILA TIMES EDITORIAL:  YOUR  RIGHTS  IN  THIS  EMERGENCY  RULE

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  WHAT  IS  A  TRUE  POLITICAL  PARTY?

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE OLD  GLORIA  TRICK

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  GREAT  PRETENDERS

March 3, 2006:
OFW ABDUCTED IN NIGERIA FREED, RETURN TO RP SET

1.8-MILLION FIRST YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE 'NAT' TEST MARCH 9

SHOWER OF PETALS: FINAL MEMORIAL RITES SET TODAY FOR LEYTE VICTIMS

ARMY, PNP:  NPA  ATTACKS IN MINDANAO PARTS OF ABORTED TAKEOVER PLOT

March 2, 2006:
PRECIOSA SOLIVEN:  AUSTRALIA'S STRONG SUPPORT FOR RP'S 'LIFE'  PROJECTS

ALEJANDRO ROCES:  WE  ARE  IN  A  TEMPORARY  STATE  OF  EMERGENCY

RICARDO PUNO, JR:  WHAT  NATIONAL  EMERGENCY?

DOMINI  TORREVILLAS:  OLD  HABITS  DIE  HARD

March 1, 2006:
ASH  WEDNESDAY  /  A  SEASON  FOR  SOUL-SEARCHING

FRANCIS TOLENTINO:  PEACE  AND  THE  NEW  CARDINAL

TEODORO LOCSIN, JR:  CAN'T  DESTROY DEMOCRACY TO SAVE IT (PART 2)

TEODORO LOCSIN, JR:  CAN'T  DESTROY DEMOCRACY TO SAVE IT (PART 1)

February 28, 2006:
U.S.  ALLOTS  $4  MILLION  FOR  CONTINUOUS  OPERATIONS  IN  LEYTE

MILF  NOT  BOTHERED  BY  STATE  OF  EMERGENCY

CLASSES  RESUME  TODAY... MAYBE

BALITANG BETERANO:  THE  BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES  OF  WW2 WAR VETERANS

February 27, 2006:
NBI  SUMMONS  ABS-CBN  OFFICIALS  OVER  'WOWOWEE'  STAMPEDE

CLASSES  REMAINED  SUSPENDED

'BUSINESS  AS  USUAL'  IN  METRO

INSIDE CEBU:  EDSA REVOLT, A PINOY TRAGEDY!

COUP PLOT'S  MAJOR  FLAW:  EVERYONE  KNEW  IT  WAS COMING

February 26, 2006:
INQUIRER REPORT (PUBLIC LIVES):  THE  DAY  AFTER

MANILA TIMES OPINION:  ASSAULT  ON  PRESS  FREEDOM

STAR  COLUMN:  IS  AN ANTI-GMA  RALLY IN MAKATI GOOD FOR BUSINESS?

BULLETIN  EDITORIAL:  A  POWERFUL  WAKE-UP  CALL

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  REAL  CONSPIRATORS

TRIBUNE  EDITORIAL:  IN  FULL  CIRCLE

February 25, 2006:
CONCLUDED FROM YESTERDAY:  FM'S  LIFE  AND  ACHIEVEMENT IN  LAW

THE  OTHER  SIDE  OF  EDSA  CELEBRATION

RESCUERS  MAKE  WAY  TO  SCHOOL  ROOF  IN  LEYTE  LANDSLIDE

AUSTRALIA, H'KOMG ISSUE TRAVEL ADVISORY; UPHOLD RULE OF LAW - U.S.

February 24, 2006:
U.S.  MARINE REUNITES  WITH LONG-LOST RELATIVES AT LANDSLIDE SITE

4  AFP  OFFICERS, 200 SOLDIERS LINKED TO  COUP PLOT  FREED

LEYTE:  A  PREMONITION

FM'S LIFE & ACHIEVEMENT IN LAW:  MYTH UNCHALLENGED AND UNSURPASSED
(PART 1)


February 23, 2006:
MANILA  HONORS  POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY EDSA 1 MARTYRS

HIGH COURT  RULES  USED AUTO IMPORTATION IN SUBIC LEGAL

NAIA 3 TECHNICAL RUN SCHEDULED IN MARCH

EDSA 1 (PART 2):  LIM  DEFIED  ORDER  TO  DISPERSE  EDSA 1  CROWD

February 22, 2006:
MAGDALO LIEUTENANT CAPTURED; MUTINEERS LINKING UP WITH REDS - AFP

EDSA 1 (PART 1): FEBRUARY 22, 1986:  HE  COULD  HAVE  SWEPT AWAY EDSA 1 CROWD

FOREIGN  MAIDS CAPTURE SCENES OF LIFE IN SINGAPORE PHOTO PROJECT

RP EMBASSY IN ROME HOLDS SPECIAL MASS FOR LANDSLIDE VICTIMS

February 21, 2006:
MAP IS ALL THAT REMAINS OF FARMING VILLAGE IN SOUTHERN LEYTE

PAMPANGA: 4 BARANGAYS IN AURORA FACE LANDSLIDE THREATS

NEGROS SENDS RESCUE TEAM TO SOUTHERN LEYTE

MT. DIWALWAL UNDER TIGHT WATCH FOR LANDSLIDES

February 20, 2006:
LANDSLIDE EFFORTS:  HOPE  SPRINGS  ETERNAL  FOR  GMA

BAYOG  TOWN:  TEN  FEARED  DEAD  IN  ZAMBOANGA  MUDSLIDE

POPE  BENEDICT  PRAYS  FOR  LANDSLIDE  VICTIMS  AND  THEIR  FAMILIES

DRILON ALLOCATES P20 MILLION FOR  LANDSLIDE RESCUE, RELIEF EFFORTS

February 18, 2006:
AUSTRALIA GIVES $1M, U.N. SENDS SPECIAL TEAM, POPE DEEPLY SADDENED

GMA  CALL ON FILIPINOS TO UNITE IN AFTERMATH OF LEYTE LANDSLIDE

TAIWAN, JAPAN, SINGAPORE  OFFER  CONDOLENCES, HELP TO RP VICTIMS

PHILIPPINE LANDSLIDES:  A  GEOGRAPHIC  ACCIDENT  WAITING  TO HAPPEN

February 17, 2006:
MAX SOLIVEN: DEMOLISHING EVIDENCE IN PASIG?

ANA MARIE PAMINTUAN:  INDEPENDENCE

JARIUS BONDOC:  TIRED OF SAME OLD ELITE POWER GAME

MARICHU VILLANUEVA:  AGE  AND  CRIMES

February 16, 2006:
POLICE  TIGHTENS SECURITY IN CENTRAL MINDANAO

MORE  NEGROS  STUDENTS  TO  TRANSFER TO PUBLIC  SCHOOLS IN JUNE

REDS  TORCH  ANOTHER  GLOBE TELECOM CELL SITE

THE FREEMAN:  HEALING  MASS WITH  FR. FALLER

February 15, 2006:
TRIGGER  HAPPY  U.S.  SEAL  TESTS  PHILIPPINE  PATIENCE

MUJLIMS  BURN  DANISH  FLAGS  IN  RP  OVER MOHAMMED CARTOON

OVER  200,000 DISPLACED  BY  AGUSAN FLASHFLOODS

GMA  ENDORSES Php128-B CAGAYAN FLOOD-CONTROL MASTERPLAN

February 14, 2006:
FROM CEBU: A  TESTIMONIAL  DINNER  FOR  CHIEF  JUSTICE  DAVIDE

THE FREEMAN:  THE  SOCIO-ECONOMICS  OF  WOWOWEE

ESCAPED  MUTINEERS  CALL  FOR  'RED'  PROTEST

MASS  WEDDING AT POLICE CAMP  /  QC  HONORS TOP TAX COLLECTORS

February 13, 2006:
CEBU:  A  LOOK  AT  GORDON'S  TOURISM  BILL

VIZCAYA'S  'HANGING  JUDGE'  RETIRES  AT 70

U.S.  TROOPS  CONDUCT VIP TRAINING FOR FILIPINO SOLDIERS IN SULU

LEYTE  LANDSLIDE  KILLS  8

February 11, 2006:
BULLETIN  EDITORIAL: A CENTER FOR WELLNESS & MEDICAL CARE FOR ASIA

INQ7.NET  EDITORIAL:  BLANK  CHECK

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  THE  GREAT  RAID  ON  THE  TREASURY

PHILSTAR EDITORIAL:  ON INT'L  CREDIT  RATING - MIXED REVIEWS

February 9, 2006:
OPINION:  A  CRISIS  OF  MORAL  VALUES

OPINION:  THE ULTRA  TRAGEDY - THE REAL  STATE  OF  THE  NATION

OPINION:  CABINET  APPOINTEES  SET  FOR  ROUGH  SAILING

OPINION:  A  TENTATIVE  PRESIDENCY

February 8, 2006:
'LITTLE SINGAPORE':  MARIKINA MAYOR DELIVERS STATE OF CITY ADDRESS

CEBU AND MARINDUQUE HONORS BELOVED SON

ABS-CBN EXECUTIVE OUTRAGED BY REPORT OF INVESTIGATING PANEL

SONGBIRD REGINE V.  ESCAPES  TAX  RAPS

February 7, 2006:
BATANGAS  FARMERS  ASK  SC  TO REVERSE CA DECISION ON CARP LAND

COMMUNIST  REBELS  HOLD MAYOR, RAID POLICE STATION  IN SURIGAO

MISSING  AUSTRALIANS, 2 OTHERS RESCUED FROM YACHT IN THE PHILIPPINES

U.S.  ARMY  PILOT KILLED IN IRAQ BURIED IN NATIVE RP W/ FULL  HONORS

February 6, 2006:
METRO  TAXIS  NOW  RUNNING  ON  LPD  (LIQUID PETROLEUM GAS)

WORST  IN PNP  HISTORY:  35,231  FLUNK  EXAMS

A TASTE OF NOSTALGIA:  ABOUT THE 'LETTERMEN'  IN  MANILA

DANISH  GOVT  READY  TO  FUND  RP  WIND  POWER  PROJECTS

February 3, 2006:
MAX  SOLIVEN:  TOO  MANY  BABIES,  TO  LITTLE  FOOD

FEDERICO PASCUAL, JR:  GMA WON POLLS, BUT LOST WAR OF PERCEPTION

RICARDO PUNO:  WHAT IS TRUTH?

ALEX  MAGNO:  INTRUSION

February 2, 2006:
ROMEO  PEFIANCO:  BISHOPS'  VIEW  OF  TRUTH

HERN  ZENAROSA:  REFORMERS  DO NOT ALWAYS  LOSE

GEMMA  ARANETA:  A  SCIENTIST  FOR  A  PRESIDENT

ADRIAN  CRISTOBAL:  ACCOMMODATING  THE  BISHOPS

February 1, 2006:
MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  CREDIBLE  ALTERNATIVE  IS  NOT  THE  ISSUE

OPINION:  THE  TRIBULATIONS  OF  THE  OFWs

OPINION:  PNP  SHOULD  BE  CIVILIAN

OPINION:  IF  GMA  WERE  A  BOXER...

January 31, 2006:
GENDER  IDENTITY  AND  SEXUALITY  ON  TV

INT'L  CONTINUING  MED EDUCATION ACCESSIBLE LOCALLY TO PINOY DOCTORS

FLASHFLOODS  RUIN  ONION, RICE FARMS IN NUEVA  ECIJA

AURORA  TOWNS  SWAMPED  BY  FLOODS  AS DEEP  AS  10  FEET

January 30, 2006:
MUSLIMS  MARK  ISLAMIC  NEW  YEAR  TOMORROW

COMELEC  SAYS IT IS READY FOR PLEBESCITE, POLLS IN 2007

ISAFP  IMPOSES  TIGHT  SECURITY  ON  CAPT.  FAELDON

GMA  OPENS  WEEKLONG  ILOILO  'DINAGYANG'  FESTIVAL

January 28, 2006:
COTABATO  TOWN  DECLARES  WAR  VS  NPA

CHRISTIAN AND MUSLIM LEADERS  MOVE  TOWARDS TRUE  RECONCILIATION

MAKATI  FUMES  AFTER  PACQUIAO  'SNUB'

SILANG FARMERS  ACCUSE  REVILLA, SR. OF  HARASSMENT

January 27, 2006:
OPINION:  MORE  THAN  POLITICAL  NOISE

OPINION:  BANDIT  DEMOCRACY

OPINION:  DAVIDE  EYES  A  U.N.  JOB

OPINION:  SILLY  SEASON  LAST  WEEK

January 26, 2006:
DFA SAYS GMA AS AGREED TO ABOLISH  VFACOM

MAN  WATCHING  PACQUIAO  FIGHT  SUFFERS  HEART  ATTACK,  DIES

OFFICIALS OF KALINGA  TOWN  FIRM ON STAND  AGAINST MINING

DEATH PENALTY FOR ACCUSED IN SLAY OF JOURNALIST 'RIGHT VERDICT'

January 25, 2006:
DFA  OFFERS  BLOOD  MONEY  FOR  PARDON  OF  OFW  IN  KUWAIT

VIGAN  LONGGANIZA  STREET  DANCING  FEST  ATTRACTS  THOUSANDS

NPA  RESUMES  ATTACKS  IN  CENTRAL  LUZON

LLDA  TO  DESTROY  ILLEGAL  FISHPENS  IN  LAGUNA  DE  BAY

January 24, 2006:
BULLETIN  EDITORIALS:  CHAMPIONING RP SPORTS AND FILIPINO ATHLETES

TIMES  EDITORIAL:  MANNY  PACQUIAO

TRIBUNE  COMMENTARY:  CHEERS  AND  JEERS

MALAYA  EDITORIAL:  BASKING  IN  GLORY

January 23, 2006:
METRO MANILA:  SENATORS HOPEFUL OF 'COUNCIL' MEETING

BAGUIO:  FLOWER  FEST  TO&