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Red-tagged UN personalities thank Baguio council for support

Two of the Baguio residents working with the United Nations who were named in the terrorist list included in the proscription petition of the Department of Justice (DOJ) against the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and New People’s Army (NPA) appeared before the city council on Monday, January 7 to express their gratitude to the local officials for supporting their bid to clear their names.

Police asks Baguio school to name ACT members

The principal of Pinsao Elementary School received a letter from the Philippine National Police (PNP) asking her to provide the police an inventory of teachers who are aligned with the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) in her school.

EDITORIAL | What BLISTT Development?

Baguio City is over developed as it had been locally and internationally pointed out by scientists especially immediately after the “killer earthquake”. Presently it needs a place to dispose its garbage, its sewage, its “overflowing migrant population”, it needs more water, more energy and power, more food, more market for its imported surplus, more land to sell, etc. Just everything more as a result of the fast creeping urbanization. But not at its neighbors’ expense(?)

TOKHANG IN SCHOOLS | Profiling of ACT members denounced

The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and Kabataan Partylist in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) denounced the “Oplan Tokhang” style order of the Philippine National Police to make a profile of ACT members in Manila and Zambales province.

High death rate shows key agencies slacked on #TDUsman

The Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas said farmers affected by Tropical Depression Usman will have to face new hardships in the New Year due to severe damage in agriculture, properties and infrastructure caused by heavy rains and flooding last week. Almost 46,000 families or close to 200,000 individuals were affected by the tropical depression.

Driver killed in Marcos Highway truck mishap

A driver of a lowland-bound highland vegetable-loaded truck died after his vehicle was hit from the rear by a wayward truck also loaded with vegetables which lost its brakes 10:15PM Thursday along the Marcos Highway in Caucalan, Taloy Sur, here.

Baguio journalists recognize Nordis editor

Journalists in the City of Pines honored Kathleen T. Okubo, the editor-in-chief of Northern Dispatch (Nordis) Weekly, as one of the 12 Most Outstanding Senior Citizens of Baguio City and the Province of Benguet in the field of journalism.

Asembleya ti IP idiay Cagayan Valley, nairussuat

Balligi nga naisayangkat ti maikadwa nga asembliya ti Punganay sadiay Cauayan City, Isabela idi Disiembre 15-16, 2018. Ti Punganay ti rehiyunal nga alyansa dagiti nainsigudan nga umili ti Cagayan Valley. Naiakder ti organisasion idi Setiembre 2015.

Resort owners sue Baguio gov’t for forcible entry

As the assumption to office of Baguio City’s Indigenous Mandatory Representative (IPMR) remains unresolved, officials and the selected IPMR of the city are again locked in a court battle, this time for the appropriate division and control of the Asin Hotsping Complex.