Alternative media groups formally filed a civil complaint against two companies identified to be allegedly behind the series of cyber-attacks against their websites since last year.
Some members of the opposition team “Otso Diretso” took the time out to attend the 76th birthday celebration of Archbishop Antonio Ledesma at his residence on Thursday night, March 28.
Students and faculty of the University of the Philippines in Cebu (UP-Cebu) expressed alarm over what they said a malicious attempt to red-tag the institution after painted words “CPP-NPA salot” were seen in front of the campus on Friday morning, March 29.
Despite the intensified campaigns made by various stakeholders this month in line with the observation of Fire Prevention Month, a total of 60 fire incidents are still recorded in the area of Davao this March, the Bureau of Fire Protection in the region (BFP-11) said in a report.
The payment for the first installment of real property taxes has been extended by the city government of Davao for three months, or until the end of June this year.
Fifteen bishops of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) in Mindanao wrote an open letter to President Duterte after a gathering they facilitated on Monday, March 26 in Cagayan de Oro City.
This was the assertion made by the leadership of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) after one of its consultants, Frank Fernandez, was arrested on Sunday, March 24.
Militant youth group League of Filipino Students (LFS) slammed the Duterte government for being “incapable of defending our country’s own territorial integrity” with the claim that it could only do so much about China’s aggression in the West Philippine Sea.
There were no words of inspiration to his fellow Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) members when Pres. Rodrigo Duterte spoke before thousands of local officials and supporters but the usual tirade against drug addicts, the Commission on Human Rights, Communist insurgents, opposition senatorial candidates, and the Roman Catholic clergy.
Nearly two years of never-ending struggle to go back to where their houses once stood, the women and the youth held another show of anger and dismay over the failure of the government to improve the ground zero here, the scene of the heaviest battles of the armed forces and Maute group in 2017.