Research group IBON said that only big private power firms will benefit from the emergency powers granted by Congress to President Aquino.
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The Energy Regulatory Commission ordered the Davao Light and Power Company (DLPC), an Aboitiz-owned power distribution firm, to refund P96,209,557.96 to its customers for excess collection billed to customers from February 2004 and December 2012.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines on Thursday said the killing in ambush of Dennis Sakal, a would-be witness in the infamous Maguindanao massacre case may impede the ongoing trial.
Twelve public schools from Davao del Norte province were adjudged “top performers” in the annual Brigada Eskwela competition of the Department Education.
The Bangsamoro Freedom Fighter (BIFF) confirmed on Wednesday that some of its guerrillas were in the Middle East fighting alongside with the extremist Islamic State (ISIS).
A spokesman of a Moro breakaway group on Tuesday said it wouldn’t support the United Bangsamoro Justice Party formed by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).
Advocates in Lanao del Sur blasted the proposed privatization of Agus-Pulangi hydropower plants in Mindanao by 2017.
Inspector Cosme Masepiquena, head of Tagum’s Traffic Management Office, said the strict implementation of Oplan Sita in Tagum City will put a stop to the increasing number of criminal incidents involving motorbikes and riding-in-tandem groups.
A high ranking official from Department of Education in Davao del Norte has urged the campus journalists to “practice responsible journalism.”
The National Democratic Front’s negotiating panel categorically said that it had not requested the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) to mediate in the stalled peace negotiations between them and the government.