Ahead of the Marcos administration’s first State of the Nation Address (SONA), communities affected by the climate crisis from across the country demanded that the new government prioritize coherent plans to address climate change – and push for a genuine shift to renewable energy (RE).
A military official announced on Thursday, July 21, the surrender of eight ranking New People’s Army (NPA) rebels have surrendered to government authorities in Sultan Kudarat.
The police have arrested early this week an elusive suspected carnapper with a number of vehicle theft cases in local courts, the police announced on Friday, July 22.
Five more members of the outlawed Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) surrendered to authorities on Thursday, July 21.
President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. will take inspiration from his father and namesake, the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, to solve the country’s perennial rice shortfall by implementing “Masagana 150”.
Personnel of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) have seized P340,000 worth of crystal meths, popularly known as shabu, from two suspected peddlers operating in a slum area in Cotabato City.