Efren Morillo and his parents fear the timing of the dumping of 2 dead bodies near their home. It comes 10 days after they filed charges against Quezon City police.
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The incident that led to the first-ever legal challenge to President Rodrigo Duterte's Oplan TokHang is a story made for the movies
But an environmentalist group says the the national government has already given 'too many extensions' to the Quezon City government
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez says they will no longer allow dumpsites near bodies of water
This year's Civic Movers for the 2016 Move Awards turned their class project into an advocacy they all hope can spark change
Courts in Payatas and Merville could help spur growth in the small-sided game
Quezon City, which used to be the biggest spender in Metro Manila when it comes to garbage hauling, is able to reduce its volume of trash
Gapok, which can mean brittle or weak, is used as a metaphor to describe how the urban poor are treated by the government and the private sector
The Fairplay for All Foundation's upcoming 5-a-side court aims to use football to transform the lives of urban poor.
What did the family members of some APEC leaders do while the latter got down to business at the Manila summit?
The High Court issues a writ of kalikasan, ordering Quezon City officials to respond to concerns that the dump poses health and environmental hazards
A group of concerned residents is seeking a Writ of Kalikasan against government officials for allowing the Payatas sanitary landfill to operate despite violations of environmental laws
The goal of the group is to bring aquaponics to places that need it most: places where you thought it was impossible to grow anything in
Rags2Riches co-founder Reese Fernandez-Ruiz is among the 30 people featured in Forbes' list of social entrepreneurs under 30
The Philippines did not achieve #ZeroHunger in 2014 but different projects and programs show that the fight is still going on
Music and nutrition are an unlikely pair but to an organization, they prove to be an effective tool against hunger in Payatas
How can peanut butter save the lives of malnourished children in Payatas?
They come from the most vulnerable segments of society, but the Philippine girls' team has captured the hearts of their nation heading into the finals of the Street Child World Cup
Lead, mercury, cadmium, and brominated flame retardants found inside laptops, television sets, and smart phones present health threats
The effects of throwing away our gadgets reach far beyond the garbage bin.
Only P14 million is allotted for Quezon City's health program when the city actually needs P200 million
A new landfill could quadruple Quezon City's expenses on garbage collection
'Fashion is not just about style. It has to be about substance and sustainability.'
Payatas the first landfill in the country to have its methane gas converted into power as part of a United Nations' program aimed at tackling climate change
A new drop-in center for the children of Payatas opens 365 days after their football club was formed.