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Stop the attacks!

We are deeply concerned and fear for the safety and the lives of our correspondents and editorial staff, as we see it as a trend perpetrated by these elements in government that those who are being labeled as “NPA supporters, etc.” may end up with trumped up charges or worst.

NOT A CRIME TO BE CRITICAL

Students from various universities in Baguio city gathered to decry the recent attacks of the government under the veil of the so-called “Red October Ouster Plot,” including a malicious Facebook post circulated by the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO), maligning progressive youth organizations.

Moratorium sa field testing ng Golden Rice, iginiit

Naigiit ng mga magsasaka mula sa Danggayan – Cagayan Valley, Danggayan Dagiti Mannalon ti Isabela (DAGAMI) at Magsasaka at Siyentipiko para sa Pag-unlad sa Agrikultura (MASIPAG) sa naganap na dayalogo noong ika-8 ng Oktubre 2018 sa lokal na pamahalaan sa probinsya ng Isabela ang moratorium sa field testing ng Goldern Rice.

Radyo Sagada bags award for health advocacy

Four awards were given to health advocates in Mt. Province for their unique contribution in health education. Radyo Sagada 104.7 was awarded the winner in Best Educational Program, Radio Category in the 2018 Cordillera Health Advocacy Media and Promotions Champion- HEALTH CHAMP AWARD in Baguio City on October 5.

Bed capacity increase of BGH signed into law

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has signed into law Republic Act 11084 increasing the bed capacity of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC) from 500 to 800 principally authored by Baguio City representative Mark Go.

Ilocano victims relive Martial law horrors

The gathering of almost 300 people in an Ecumenical Mass to commemorate Martial Law on September 21 proved that it brought utmost horror even to former President Ferdinand Marcos’ kakailian in Ilocos Norte.

Beneco comes to aid of city over hydros

The Benguet Electric Cooperaive (Beneco) has come in support of the city in untangling the mess the latter is embroiled in as a result of the failure of a company to begin rehabilitation of the city’s four hydroelectric plants.

Editorial: The Indigenous People’s month

Long before it was decreed by then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo as the national Indigenous People’s Month, it was in October that Filipinos already commemorated mostly with the Church, Tribal Filipino Week and Tribal Filipino Sundays.

Bulatlat Perspective: A fantastic plot like no other

For the past weeks, the Duterte administration has been weaving a rather absurd narrative of unholy alliances between and among various political parties purportedly plotting to unseat him. The plot thickens day by day. The disinformation they are throwing, red and bomb scares included, all lead to one thing: this is not a drill.