DAVAO CITY, Philippines (UPDATED) – More than 30 people are feared dead in a tragic fire incident that broke out…
Hundreds of residents leave their homes in Davao City Friday night, December 22, as a nearby river began bursting with heavy rain from the highlands
Flood kills 11 people in a Lanao del Norte village, says Ryan Cabus, ABC president in Tubod
Many communities surrounding Lake Lanao are badly hit by tropical storm Vinta
Bodies of the victims, all schoolchildren, were found in Tugaya, Lanao del Sur on December 22
The local government declared the city “code red” on Thursday, December 21, prompting residents to leave their homes and seek evacuation shelters in their respective villages
Here are live updates on Vinta’s path, with the latest forecasts from state weather bureau PAGASA
Davao City has been chosen as the recipient of the 1st Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) Clean Tourist City Award, a city official announced on Friday, December 1.
An environmental watchdog urged the public to help in the rehabilitation of Marawi City by not buying firecrackers this yuletide holidays.
Local environment officials have denied that liquid substance from wastes dumped at the sanitary landfill in Sitio Burakan, Barangay Pagalungan here has contaminated one of the city’s major rivers.