The Davao Light and Power Company (DLPC) announced that there will be no rotational brownouts during the upcoming four-week maintenance shutdown of the Unit 2 of Therma South Inc. (TSI) power plant in the city, on June 18 to July 6.
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The Alliance of Concerned Teachers–Philippines (ACT-Philippines) demanded compensation from
the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for teachers who served as Board of Election Inspectors (BEIs) and support staff on election day, May 9.
Marine scientists sailed on Monday, May 23 to discover the biodiversity of the Benham Rise, which covers the country’s new territory.
The Mindanaoan representative of Gabriela Women’s Partylist is still awaiting the decision from the Commission on Elections whether she will sit in as a representative on the 17th Congress.
Incoming Department of Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol vowed to improve Samar province’s productivity and turn it to a model for the government’s intensified intervention to aid poor provinces.
Incumbent Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima said that businessman, Carlos Dominguez, best fits the post as the incoming secretary of finance.
Award-winning Filipino poet and activist, Maria Josephine “Joi” Barrios-Leblanc wrote the poem, “Kabalyero”, for presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte. Kabalyero (Para…
The New People’s Army on Friday evening, May 20 owned up the killing of the indigenous people mandatory representative in Bukidnon three days ago.
An Indigenous People’s organization based in the Caraga region branded as a ‘lie’ the disclaimer of the military that they were not behind the killing of Datu Arnel Nayer in Sitio Kalatingga, Barangay Banban, Gigaquit, Surigao del Norte last April 23.
The newly elected mayor of Cebu City has an innovative approach to crime control in this central Philippine city: A 50,000 peso (US$1,080) bounty for each “criminal” killed by his police force.
They may be supportive of their city mayor but residents here do not share the same opinion when it comes to death penalty that President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said he will restore.