Before the government pursues new power deals to prevent blackouts, it should first resolve the unexplained 2013 increase in power rates that had been attributed to the country’s electricity trading mechanism, a group of electric cooperatives said here last week.
Activists stormed the Philippine Military Academy’s (PMA) Camp Allen here on Monday to dramatize outrage at the death of civilians during combat operations in the Cordillera region.
By Michael B. Jaucian
A rumbling sound due to a thunderstorm sent residents living around Mayon Volcano here scampering for safety on Wednesday, thinking it was an explosion from Mayon.
By Carmel Loise Matus
At least P11 billion had been released to the National Housing Authority (NHA) to help fund the construction of houses in areas devastated by Supertyphoon “Yolanda.”
There’s a constant reminder for priests and other members of the Catholic community in the province of Sulu that has nothing to do with their faith but about staying safe and alive.