Their fight against the dictatorship of former President Ferdinand Marcos continues as relatives of victims of the dictatorship and human rights advocates gathered Thursday to start the Campaign against the return of the Marcoses to Malacañang or CARMMA.
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The Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Laban welcomed the decision of the Commission on Elections which junked the disqualification cases against party standard bearer, this city Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.
A child-rights group expressed worry that the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement signed between the government and the United States would result to more cases of child exploitation.
Power sector leaders will convene in Davao City on Thursday, February 4, to address several problems harrowing the Mindanao grid, the island’s socio-economic planning agency said.
The costs of implanting a matchstick-sized tube that inhibits ovulation among women for three years is now covered by the government’s national health insurance program.
At least nine firms have signified their interest to craft a P10-million tourism master plan for Barangay Mintal, a village in Davao City where relics of Japanese settlement in the 1900s continue to lure tourists.
A party list lawmaker is fighting tooth and nail to impede a passage of a bill institutionalizing the government’s Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme, saying the measure would give more freedom for concessionaires to charge consumers of higher toll rates.
A 63-hectare agri-industrial economic zone will soon rise adjacent to Mindanao’s busiest international seaport.
The Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino (KWF) now accepts short stories and poems written by young Filipinos in their native language: Ilokano, Bikolano, Sebwano (Cebuano) and Meranaw (Maranaw).
As Japan’s reigning monarch makes a state visit to Philippines this week, activists here think it is time for the country to apologize for the brutalities its soldiers committed in the Philippines during World War II.
A party list lawmaker who filed a bill making election service non-compulsory to public teachers is urging President Benigno Aquino III to sign the measure as soon as possible, with local and national polls taking place this year.
The short films will be screened on January 30 at 3:30 pm, and on January 31 at 1:30 pm.