A group of fisher folks on Monday hit the 2018 proposed budget for the Department of National Defense ”because it lacks budget for external defense capabilities.”
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President Rodrigo Duterte said that the Parojinogs ran Ozamiz City like a feudal state as he stood by policemen who conducted a raid that led to the demise of Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr. and 14 others on Sunday morning.
The Office of the Ombudsman indicted former Leyte Representative Eduardo Veloso with graft and malversation for the alleged used of his P24 million pork barrel funds.
Biodiversity conservation regulations should be mandatory and not voluntary to all mining firms operating in the country, an environmental advocacy group said on Tuesday, Aug. 1.
The DOE said the restoration of power in the provinces of Leyte, Samar and Bohol were ahead of the earlier deadline.
A health and environmental watch group warned the public on Thursday about the potential harm of using the popular fidget spinners that have not passed both quality and safety procedures.
A two-day Regional Population Congress organized by the Commission on Population here gathered 172 officers to discuss and strengthen the country’s population management program.
A memorandum of cooperation signed between the Mindanao Development Authority and the League of Cities of the Philippines will help rehabilitate the war-torn Marawi City.
The city government of Tagum was conferred with the Seal of Child-friendly Local Governance Award because of its initiatives advocating children’s welfare and rights, a statement from the City’s Information Office said Sunday.
An environmental group condemned two separate incidents of harassment against activists believed to be committed by military agents.