'Our destination is not Katowice or Paris; it’s the hearts and minds of the people,' says street artist and environment activist AG Saño
‘Cebuanos do not appreciate the politicization of Sinulog,’ says the mayor, who has ordered a team to take down other such tarpaulins along the parade route
Leyte Normal University assures the social media personalities that the poster was made 'without malicious intentions of maligning your persons'
Netizens share calls for support for farmers from the public and the government through #StandWithFarmers
Senators say the slashed budget may be used for restoring budgets for other agencies such as the Department of Health
The Department of Budget and Management says P111.8M has been allocated in the 2018 budget for the plebiscite, while P95.8M is proposed in the 2019 budget
'It will increase poverty. Those who cannot find jobs will get poor,' says Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno of the removal of P75-billion 'insertion in the public works budget
The Philippines is home to hundreds of refugees who identify as Ahmadiyya Muslims, a sect of Islam that's constantly under attack in Muslim-majority countries. Less than 30 of them struggle to make a living in Metro Manila.
House Majority Leader Rolando Andaya Jr warns he would take DBM Secretary Benjamin Diokno to court if the government fails to implement the salary hike by January 15
'I wanted to give them something special. That way they will be inspired to study harder,' says Roselyn Barcoma of the the Holy Redeemer School of Cabuyao
Aside from damage to school infrastructure, Tropical Depression Usman also placed students' lives in danger
It's Right of Way's 1st anniversary. Here's a wrap up of the issues we tackled the past year.
Netizens say that what the actor did at the immigration desk was wrong, but shaming him for his alleged sexual orientation is a low blow
'When one steps up to the challenge and others pledge their help, we can put smiles in the faces of the children,' says Mover Dandreb Arro
People affected by Tropical Depression Usman need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
Mocha Uson, Imelda Marcos, and the revocation of Rappler's license to operate are among the most talked about issues on social media in the Philippines in 2018
According to the Guinness World Records website, record managers no longer monitor attempts which are detrimental to the environment
Little acts of kindness go a long way this Christmas 2018
MMDA proposes to narrow down EDSA lanes from the existing width of 3.4 meters to a slim 2.8 meters
There was a lot of trash talk when netizens found out about the garbage in Luneta on Christmas Day
After visitors left their trash in Luneta Park on Christmas Day, Ecowaste Coalition reminds the public that littering is strongly discouraged
Some of the extraordinary moments from ordinary citizens that brought communities together
Instead of spending Christmas with their families in Compostela Valley, they build a Christmas tree made out of scraps at their protest camp in Liwasang Bonifacio
Let's look back at some of the stories that renewed hope and inspired Filipinos in 2018
As the bullying controversy blows up on social media, so do speculations and false information
The recent incidents of bullying that sparked outrage online raised this important question: What should you do if your child is being bullied?
Is it safe to cross two bus lanes in a short distance in order to make a right turn?
How do you think should the academic institution address this bullying incident?
There are little things you can do to prepare for disasters in the hazard-prone country that is the Philippines
'The Philippines has actively championed the cause of vulnerable nations in the international arena, but now it needs to proactively lead its citizens toward a social transformation'
The story of 66-year-old Hernando Guanlao captivates netizens. Here's how you can find him and help him continue his mission.
(3rd UPDATE) Inquirer.net manager Angelica Katigbak Carreon is now recuperating in a hospital, says her family
Check out some of the floats that came with their own messages during this year's UP Lantern Parade
66-year-old Hernando Guanlao wants to empower people by giving them unlimited access to books
Around 3,000 people attend this year's UP lantern parade
Restricting 'the freedom of many because of the radical minds of [a] few is too much,' says one Mindanaoan
DPWH's guidelines to acquire permits, certifications in projects within potentially high-hazard areas now includes using Project Noah's hazard maps as reference
12 journalists are honored for their achievement in the cause of press freedom, including Rappler CEO Maria Ressa
After a release order and 4 years of imprisonment, former senator Ramon 'Bong' Revilla Jr will be free, following his acquittal
'Violence is in our everyday lives, and if we want to get rid of violence [in our society], we have to get rid of it in our everyday lives,' professor Jo Dionisio tells students
'Whatever his motives may have been, there is no excuse for sowing fear and confusion,' says the UP Board of Regents, following Spocky Farolan's post threatening the Ateneo Blue Eagles
The first Kadaiyahan Festival in Cagayan de Oro city will run from December 5 to 10
They say his behavior is unbecoming of a UP official and is not representative of the principles the state university upholds
Urban and transport planners weigh in on solutions for a metropolis suffering from overdevelopment
The Ateneo and UP Diliman student councils jointly urge those watching the UAAP Finals opener live to wear black as 'protest against violence, impunity, and misogyny'
(UPDATED) House Majority Leader Rolando Andaya insists these aren't pork barrel funds, as lawmakers will not have the power to reallocate the money for other projects
'It’s frustrating to know that the justice system in the Philippines is clogged and the people behind the killings are not yet convicted,' says journalism student Frances Acorda
(UPDATED) 'A change in leadership is called for to effectively transition the responsibility of investigating and deliberating these concerns,' University Student Council chairman Yael Toribio, a member of Upsilon Sigma Phi Fraternity, says in his resignation letter
Upsilon itself conducts an investigation into the so-called #LonsiLeaks, the results of which will be given to the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs