Daytoy inaramid ko itatta ket sabali gapu ta ready-made ti inusarko a buro a santol ken naapgad ti timplana. Isu a nagnayonak iti getta ti niog tapno sumam-it bassit ket mabalanse ti ramanna. Ingisak daytoy iti sibuyas, bawang, liempo ken sili a berde.
“Today I give you authority over nations and kingdoms to uproot and to pull down, to destroy and to overthrow, to build and to plant.” – Jeremiah 1:10
Much was said about them already and I might be beating a dead horse but the JPFBC – jesters, plunderers, fakers, and bobong cowards, if they win in the 2019 May elections, will smother the Philippine Senate to inutility to serve the Filipino people.
By KIMBERLIE NGABIT-QUITASOL www.nordis.net BAGUIO CITY — Farmers in Benguet province are suffering from the dry spell for more than a month …
The establishment of Salween Peace Park, a 5,200 square kilometer forest park in Hpapun District, Karen State, as “a space of peace, self-determination, environmental integrity, and cultural survival,” is largely attributed to Karen people’s struggle to protect their community and uplift the lives of their people.
Members of alternative media, digital rights activists, and artists picketed the National Computer Emergency Response Team (NCERT) of the Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) office to protest the negligence of the office to respond the cyber-attacks against groups critical to the Duterte administration.
The city government is eyeing the development of the BIBAK lot along Harrison road into a temporary pay parking area to address the needs of tourists and residents.
Itatta a Sangalubongan nga Aldaw dagiti Marigrigat a Babbai, saantayo nga itulok nga agtalinaed ti buteng. Aramidentayo nga inspirasion dagiti babbai ti Kalinga, Bontoc ken Abra a natured a timmakder para kadagiti ilida idi panawen ti Martial Law.
Fires again destroyed forests in Benguet province last night, March 10, burning an estimated 15 hectares of mountain lands.
“If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, pray, seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” — 2 Chronicles 7:14
Iconic and charismatic are just some of the words to describe Leticia Bula-at, 70, of Dupag, Tabuk, Kalinga.
I lost it. I mean my Wi-Fi connection. I lost it as soon as we reached the open sea on a boat from Batangas bound for Odiongan in Romblon. We anchored off the port at around 5:00 p.m. An hour later, right after a video message chat with a friend, I lost it. My handheld Globe Wi-Fi, just loaded with Php250.00, could no longer be reached by its mother transmitter.