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Students condemn killings of 2 MSU studes inside university campus

Students of Mindanao State University (MSU) in Marawi City condemned the killing of two students inside the university campus at about dusk on Sunday, September 12.

Filipino climate activists join call for equitable and inclusive climate summit

Filipino environmental activists joined the call of civil society groups around the world for an inclusive climate summit amid the worsening COVID pandemic.

Governance Special Reports

DepEd waits for President Duterte’s go signal to pilot limited in-person classes

Philippine education officials said the country will continue to implement long distance learning for the incoming school year except for some 120 pilot schools for limited in-person classes once President Rodrigo Duterte will allow.

Moderna vax gets FDA nod for adolescents

Adolescents can be inoculated now that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approve the use of Moderna vaccine for children aged 12 to 17.

Rice self-sufficiency is possible, Cotabato farmers show how

A community of Ilocano farmers in Manubuan, Matalam, Cotabato are on their way to rice self-sufficiency with accessible irrigation water, high-yielding seeds, sufficient soil nutrients, and farm equipment.

MinDA chief: Kabasalan oyster farm produces ‘tastiest talaba’

At the mouth of the wide but shallow Kabasalan River where fresh water meets the sea, 76 fisherfolk families have found a virtual gold mine – oyster (talaba) farming.

Gerald Anderson exemption from quarantine draws flak from residents

Lockdown fatigue residents see preferential treatment by Dipolog City government to Gerald Anderson, who was in Zamboanga del Norte to shoot his movie, for not requiring 14-day quarantine, a requirement for returning residents.

Marawi veteran is new Westmincom chief: Who is Generoso Ponio?

Major General Generoso Ponio took over the post of the country’s southernmost military command from Maj. Gen. Corleto Vinluan, Jr. who retires from military service.

Pacquiao acknowledges father time catching him up after loss to Ugas

Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao acknowledged for the first time he is “not young anymore” in a post-fight statement after losing to Yordenis Ugas of Cuba via a unanimous decision.

Pacquiao to square off with Ugas, vows a knockout

Despite Pacquiao’s two-year hiatus from the ring, the boxing legend promises a good fight.