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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.

Choiced Cuts: Our scalpels salute you: paying homage to the bereaved

Two weeks ago, the 2005 Batch of Post-Graduate Interns of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center lost a colleague to Severe Dengue. She was good friend to us, a compassionate and beautiful soul, a dedicated surgeon and an altruistic physician, and a loving mother and wife to her family. She shall forever be an inspiration to us who had the chance to work, live and love with her, whether it was at the Operating Room or at the wards or the coffee shop.

Groups hold BCI accountable for Itogon landslides

BAGUIO CITY – The number of groups calling to hold Benguet Corporation, Incorporated (BCI) also responsible increases as the body count rises in Itogon, Benguet province from land slides when Typhoon Ompong hit the region.

Saan to pulosen! pukkaw dagiti progresibo a grupo

BAGUIO CITY – “Saan to manen! Saan to pulosen iti Martial Law!” pukkaw dagiti nagmartsa ken nagrali idi Setiembre 21 manipud iti nadumaduma a sektor ditoy Siudad ti Baguio kas pananglagip iti maika-46 nga anibersario iti deklarasion iti Martial Law.

Court hears activist’s motion to dismiss DOJ petition

BAGUIO CITY– Cordillera Peoples Alliance chairperson Windel Bolinget, accompanied by his lawyer Atty. Jose Molintas, attended today a hearing at the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 19 on the motion Bolinget filed last August 31 seeking for the removal of his name from the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) terrorist proscription list and for the dismissal of the DOJ petition to proscribe the CPP and NPA as terrorist organizations.

Panimulang tagumpay sa hustisya, patuloy na pakikibaka laban sa tiranya

BAGUIO CITY – Sa ika-46 taon ng Martial Law, inihayag ng Samahan ng Ex-detainees Laban sa Detensyon at Aresto – Northern Luzon (SELDA-NL) ang pagtatasa kaugnay ng implementasyon ng Republic Act 10368 o pagkilala at reparasyon sa mga biktima ng Martial Law. Nagpapasalamat ang SELDA sa nga naging bahagi at tumulong sa kampanya para sa pagkilala at reparasyon.

As The Bamboos Sway: Friends and the SLUBHS Class ‘68

I have a circle of friends that evolved during our early college days. Our bond developed around courtships with our future spouses where we still share memories of places where we had been, punctuated with just sheer feeling of joy. We shared songs, laughter, joy, and woes. We became best men and bridesmaids to each other, ninongs and ninangs of our children. We were and are there for each other in times of need. We may have developed different opinions on the world but, at the end of the day, we still consider ourselves best friends.


By RANDY FELIX MALAYAO I have always yearned to see the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea or North Korea. Not for …