Imam Bedejim, a great loss to Baguio

Imam Bedejim, as most Baguio people call him, was gunned down by a lone assailant along Kayang St, one of the busiest streets in the city, in broad day light before lunch on December 6. A CCTV footage showed that the killer shot him twice from behind while he was walking and three more times after fell on the pavement.

Tobacco farmers ask probe into LGU tobacco excise tax use

Tobacco farmers are asking President Rodrigo Duterte and lawmakers to probe into how millions of the tobacco excise tax shares of their local governments were spent. For nearly three decades now, benefits from tobacco excise tax shares of local government units have remained a tobacco farmer’s illusion.

La Union fisherfolk hold district summit

In commemoration of the World Fisheries Day, the provincial federation of fisherfolk in La Union led the conduct of the Fisherfolk Leaders Summit on November 28 in the second congressional district of the province.

The Pangaggawan caves of Kiangan

When in Kiangan town in Ifugao province, apart from visiting the UNESCO inscribed rice terraces and open air museum in Nagacadan village, one should also discover the Pangaggawan Cave in Bolog village, the largest known cave system in Kiangan.

DIARIES FROM THE FIELD | Salaysay ng mga tunay na pangyayari sa Talaingod

Binaybay ni Piya Macliing Malayao ang mga pangyayari sa dinaluhan niyang National Solidarity Mission para sa mga komunidad ng Manobo sa Talaingod, Davao del Norte kung saan naganap ang kanilang “rescue mission” sa mga mag-aaral na Lumad ng Salugpongan Ta ‘Tanu Igkanugon Community Learning Center, Inc. na pilit ipinasara ng 56th Infantry Battalion at ng paramilitar na Alamara.