The newly constructed University of Cebu Medical Center (UCMed) which costs P2 billion pesos, offers many “firsts” medical services in the Visayas and Mindanao region and Southeast Asia.
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A lawmaker urged the Department of Foreign Affairs to speed up the case charged against the recruiter of OFW Mary Jane Veloso.
Militant solons are pushing for the passage of its pending bill in Congress that aims to ensure job security for workers.
Members of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (Act) expressed support for a national minimum wage (NMW) of P16,000 for both public and private sector workers.
Youth activists condemned anew the K-12 program saying this will only produce cheap labor for other countries.
A passenger jeepney plying the route of Calinan going downtown Davao offers free wi-fi for its passengers who might want to check their emails or social network accounts during an hour or so of their trip.(Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)
We, media workers in the Philippines, mark Labor Day with heightened determination to defend our rights and welfare against the intensifying assaults on jobs, wages and benefits, and freedom of the press.
The city government here will hold summer sports festivities on May.
Commuter’s group Train Riders Network (Tren) says the gross neglect on the part of the government caused the derailment of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) afternoon Tuesday.
Days before the Palarong Pambansa 2015, the city government of Tagum activated on Wednesday the Incident Command Center for the security of the delegates.
The family of overseas Filipino worker Mary Jane Veloso is expected to join the Labor Day march on Friday.
Migrant rights group Migrante urges all undocumented overseas Filipino workers in Oman to avail of the government amnesty.