“It was crowded that night and everyone was busy”. The survivors of the Roxas night market bombing recalled what happened on the night the city was under threat two years ago.
Not just regular women employees but also contractual women workers should also benefit from the 100-day maternity leave, a labor group said on Thursday.
Four criminal charges have been filed by the Inter-agency Task Force on Thursday against thirty-three individuals for the December 23 NCCC Mall fire incident that killed 38.
This early, Tagum City Mayor Rey Uy said he is aiming for the vice governor seat in the first district of Davao del Norte in 2019.
Progressive labour groups in the Davao region poured into the streets on August 27 to join colleagues nationwide to demand accountability of the Duterte administration over what they said were unfulfilled promises to labor, notably in protecting the rights of workers and better working condition.
Saying that peace development in the Korean peninsula is gaining positive results, Korean Ambassador Han Dong-Man has expressed confidence that the on-going peace talks between the North and South Korea would end the 68-year Korean War.
Police offices nationwide are not demanded to fulfil quotas, but they are pressured to make accomplishments in the Duterte government’s anti-drug campaign more than two years on, the country’s Phil. National Police (PNP) chief said Friday.
Human rights group Karapatan lambasted Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos’ remark that millennials have moved on with the issues hounding her family, saying that it millennials protested against the burial of her father—the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
A labor rights group dared on Wednesday the government’s labor department to implement properly the recently signed Occupational Safety and Health Law which they described as a “landmark victory for all Filipino workers.”
Presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said she has no plans in seeking for senatorial position despite getting positive survey results.