Mindanao’s energy supply will soar in 2015 but this early, the government is warning consumers to “brace for an increase” in electric rates.
The quiet campus town of Maramag, Bukidnon in central Mindanao is now gripped with shock after the bus bombing on Tuesday that claimed ten lives, including five college students, and injuring many other students aboard the bus.
The Mindanao Leaders’ Summit on Federalism held last Monday at the Grand Men Seng Hotel gathered some 100 Mindanao political and sectoral leaders supporting the call for a change to a federal system of government.
Thousands of barn swallow, a migratory bird, locally known as “layang-layang” have found their way home in this rustic town as they perched on kilometer-long power lines and tall buildings.
A former mayor of Baganga town in Davao Oriental and his fellow former municipal officials were found guilty by the Sandiganbayan of violating the anti-graft law for irregularities in the procurement of auto spare parts.
Tricycle commuters here sought a fare roll back of P1.00 after fuel prices went down this week.
Police nabbed a fugitive killer here Tuesday evening a week after he was charged of two counts of murder.
A military official denied the reported incident of drunken soldiers who fired at communities in Barangay Palma Gil, Talaingod, Davao del Norte.
While in grief following the recent bombing of their church in Pikit, North Cotabato last Wednesday, the General Secretary of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP) called for a prayer for peace.
A tribal leader from Kapalong, Davao del Norte believed that the recent attempt to kill a peasant organizer may be the “next level” of harassment to force them to give-up their demand of pulling-out Army troops from their communities.