The presence of several Chinese workers alleged to be working without work visas in a steel factory in Barangay San Martin, Villanueva town, Misamis Oriental has caught the attention of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) which is now investigating this matter.
Seven suspects of the September 2016 Roxas Night Market bombing were convicted by the Taguig Regional Trial Court for murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Neraya (not her real name) has to travel with her 12-year old daughter from Hagonoy, Davao del Sur to Davao City twice a month to treat her lupus through kidney dialysis and steroid medication in the government-ran Southern Philippine Medical Center.
I am honored to address you today on behalf of the Filipino people on the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.
Journalists launched a “Masked Media” campaign during the 48th anniversary of the Martial Law to symbolize their continuing defense of press freedom under threat by the Duterte administration.
In the commemoration of the September 21 Martial Law, progressive groups forego holding their rally at Freedom Park where police awaited them to force them again to sit on plastic chairs.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s absolute pardon to American Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton, convicted of killing transgender Jennifer Laude in 2015, drew strong condemnation from Filipinos, calling it a “subservience” to the US government.
A teachers’ union urged the government anew to address the teachers’ grievances and problems in this time of the pandemic as the country observes National Teachers’ Month this September.
The Davao City Government is eyeing the use of Quick Response (QR) Code to improve contact tracing and health-related information in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Two barangay officials in Davao City were arrested with 27 others for holding a cockfight last Sunday, which was illegal and this dismayed Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio.