A body of a woman was found in Panabo City on Thursday.
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More than 1,000 senior citizens in Panabo City received their social pension for the second quarter of the year on Wednesday.
Environmental advocates called for conservation efforts to protect the city’s urban biodiversity after a City Environment and Natural Resources (Cenro) survey of urban parks and forests here reveals signs of neglect and misuse among trees growing in the metropolis.
The New Peoples Army released on Thursday morning the two Bureau of Jail Management and Penology jail officers captured last Arpil 27.
Youth activists hurled paint bombs at the gate of the Commission on Higher Education indignant over its defense of the tuition hike in 313 schools.
The National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (NUPL) held a forum Friday regarding the political and legal issues of migrant workers in trouble with the law abroad.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Davao del Norte warned the public of a certain soft drink, believed to have contained gasoline and distributed in the villages in Tagum City for a lower price.
Three men were apprehended at dawn Wednesday by Tugbok Police for causing alarm when they threw stones at a residence after a heated discussion.
Environmentalists joined by church leaders protested during a public hearing Thursday for the entry of two mining companies for a copper-gold mining project in Punta Malabrigo, Lobo, Batangas.
A local chocolate made in Malagos won an international award and gained high recognition by the Academy of Chocolate in London.
Workers group called on Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz to resign, blaming the “collusion” between the capitalists of Kentex Manufacturing, Inc. and the Labor Department for the death of many workers.
The number of individuals who availed Tagum city’s medical and social services caravan has increased to 20, 931 from the 8,437 individuals last 2013.