The Department of Health has declared Northern Mindanao Region as one of the most affected by dengue in the past five years.
The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) National Office is now finishing its probe on the case of trafficking of 30 Manobo from Bukidnon recruited to work in a fish farm in Pangasinan.
Hundreds of millions of pesos worth of agricultural crops, structures, and properties were damaged in at least five towns in Lanao del Norte when Tropical Depression Falcon swept through Northern Mindanao on July 16, reports from the Office of Civil Defense-10 (OCD-10) and the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (PDRRMO) reported Wednesday, July 31.
Police on Wednesday said they already have a list of persons of interest that could point to the identity of the killers of a lawyer in Valencia City, Bukidnon last Sunday.
Progressive groups determined the same pattern of attacks among peasant communities in the country as widespread killings continue under the current administration.
At least five possible charges will be filed against the operators of the cigarette-making facility that was raided by authorities in Zone 6, Barangay Mohon, Tagoloan town, Misamis Oriental, on July 25, the Bureau of Internal Revenue said Friday.
In the wake of attacks against media practitioners, with some resulting in deaths, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) will hold a forum on safety on Saturday, July 13.
Xavier University (XU) welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court to suspend a former XU law professor following complaints of sexual harassment. The Catholic school terminated him from service when the controversy came to light in 2002.
The son of a local politician who was arrested for illegal drugs is now awaiting a commitment order from the court before transfer to a prison facility, an official from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-3 (PDEA-3) said Friday.
Sports, both extreme and mainstream, highlight the 60th celebration of the Araw ng Lanao del Norte this year.