With its economic improvement, the city government of Tagum wants to push an urban development that is both sustainable in long term while addressing the issues of climate change.
A banana plantation worker who was a member of a workers’ union has survived a slay try in Compostela town, Compostela Valley province on Sunday evening, an official said Monday.
Twelve officials of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) have filed several complaints against the agency’s president and chief executive officer (CEO) for alleged violation of several laws.
The Department of Education in Compostela Valley has mourned and extended its condolences to the bereaved family of the 55-year old Fe E. Concepcion, a public elementary school teacher who committed suicide inside her classroom last November 7.
An election watchdog identified several party-list groups in the 2019 elections becoming an extension of political dynasties in many provinces and vested interests, saying it made it harder for party-list groups genuinely representing marginalized sectors to gain seats in Congress.
The National Union of Journalist of the Philippines (NUJP) now urge law enforcement units to spare journalist from becoming witnesses as they cover anti-drug operations.
City Vice Mayor Bernard Al-ag said he will craft an ordinance prohibiting protest actions on public roads, as one of the city council’s priority measure before the year ends.
A worker’s union involved in a labor dispute with Sumifru Philippines in Compostela Valley province is set to file raps against the dispersal team composed of police and soldiers for causing physical injuries and damage to properties when the group held a protest strike last October 11.
Leaders of several iIndigenous peoples groups in Southern Mindanao admonished Congressional aspirant Mocha Uson to discern what she would be saying against the tribes, calling her “attention seeker”.
The recent killing of a banana plantation worker in Compostela Valley province carried out by an unknown assailant could be viewed as a direct assault to workers’ trade union rights, a human rights group said.