The New People’s Army attacked a construction firm saying the company’s planned expansion threatened to demolish and dislocate the residents.
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An official of Mindanao Development Authority urged on Thursday, October 26 the country’s construction industry players to be the government’s partner in rebuilding Marawi City.
The plan of Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu to revoke the landmark ban on open pit mining in the country is a confirmation that President Rodrigo Duterte, himself, is an oligarch, an environment group said.
Zero waste advocacy group EcoWaste Coalition called on Halloween trick or treat organizers to minimize the production of waste for an eco-friendly events this coming Halloween.
When Malacañang ordered the suspension of classes due to the transport strike, the Commission of Higher Education also ordered the suspension of classes in private higher educational institutions (HEIs) across the country.
A former soldier was killed after allegedly attempting to fight operatives of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) here on Wednesday afternoon, October 18.
An environmental group on Thursday hit the continued crackdown against environmental defenders who are opposing a project of the Asturias Chemical Industries in the province of Batangas.
A former local chief executive of the Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS) was dismissed from government service after graft investigators found him guilty of grave misconduct after he received a cash gift of P200,000 from a multi-purpose cooperative.
A labor group now is calling President Rodrigo Duterte an “icon of oligarchs” after he castigated the protesting jeepney drivers for staging a two-day transport strike, an act which the president called as “rebellion.”
President Rodrigo Duterte’s claim that progressive groups are “communists fronts,” is meant to gag dissent, a human rights group said on Wednesday, October 18.