Filipinos can course donations through their parishes, dioceses, or Caritas offices, says Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle
This involves another student before the incident in the viral Twitter confession
The shift to cash-based budgeting is seen to instill fiscal discipline among agencies, by limiting contractual obligations to projects completed within the year
Bragging about resiliency is not bad at all, but netizens challenge Filipinos to push the government to come up with long-term fixes to flooding
Marikina City Mayor Marcelino Teodoro decides to use modular tents in evacuation centers to protect the evacuees' privacy
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Urban development expert Robie Sy takes a detailed look at the proposed bus rapid transit system in Metro Manila
Motorists take to social media in response to the MMDA's proposed ban on driver-only cars along EDSA
House members are gathering signatures for an unnumbered resolution that would withdraw their earlier support for the budget reform bill and the implementation of the cash-based budgeting system in 2019
However, ongoing and existing special education programs of the Department of Education will continue, says DepEd Undersecretary Annalyn Sevilla
Dr. Andrew Tatarsky: 'We don’t have to dismantle our traditional treatments but extending our reach enables us to engage people in the early stage'
Philippine start-up teams Arooga Health and Phinix bag two of the five 2018 Asia-Pacific Youth SDG Innovative Awards in China
An organized, systematic, round-the-clock bus system helped solve the traffic woes in cities like Bogota. Can it also solve Manila's problems?
Numerous student organizations stand in solidarity with NutriAsia workers after a violent protest dispersal on Monday, July 30
(UPDATED) Netizens have been sharing photos of trashed condiments in response to the violent dispersal outside NutriAsia's plant in Marilao, Bulacan
On the last day of filing applications for students from Metro Manila private schools, hopefuls get an idea why UP is sometimes called the 'University of Pila'
Every city and municipality should be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed when dealing with earthquakes and other major disasters
Sta. Elena High School in Marikina City prepares its students and faculty for natural disasters through its extensive disaster risk reduction program
By August 2018, only electric tricycles will be allowed to ferry passengers in Boracay as part of the Malay municipal government's bid to promote environment-friendly public transportation
Cha Buenconsejo’s story about retrieving her lost phone seems too good to be true, especially in this day and age
Chargee is the brainchild of third year DLSU engineering students
(UPDATED) A longtime satirist and known Duterte critic is taken off Twitter
What is most sinister in the proposal lies in the transitory provisions, which essentially empower a select few to rearrange the whole of government
(UPDATED) Ever wondered why you get multiple alerts in a day or why they're sometimes delayed? Here's why.
At the forefront of #BabaeAko movement's SONA 2018 protest is its call to abolish the 'regressive' TRAIN Act
Four PWDs in Western Visayas have given a face to the struggles commonly experienced by their sector in the Philippines
The protest action, which had about 15,000 at its height according to police, is the historic union of nearly 330 opposition groups tackling different, problematic issues facing the Duterte administration
(UPDATED) Protesters come from various groups of women, students, indigenous peoples, farmers, workers, urban poor, religious groups, business leaders, and academics
Is cycling a viable form of transportation for daily commute?
Ahead of President Rodrigo Duterte's third State of the Nation Address, Rappler asks its readers to grade his performance on 11 subjects culled from his campaign promises
Use the hashtag #FloodPH to report flooded areas or post related updates on agos.rappler.com
The situation in the entire province of Pangasinan is being monitored as heavy rains continue
Gualberto Dajao, president of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers-Negros, says they hope their concerns will reach President Rodrigo Duterte
If President Rodrigo Duterte has an 'Efficient Fascist Dictator Wannabe' playlist, what songs would be in it?
The fourth #MMShakeDrill ends with an 85/100 rating from MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia and with many lessons learned for improvement
Several protests and activities are lined up on Monday, July 23, to mark President Rodrigo Duterte's third State of the Nation Address
With such a herculean task of keeping the drill under wraps, how did the #MMShakeDrill fare in pulling off its grand surprise?
The MMDA's earthquake drill to prepare for 'The Big One' occurs at 1pm, one hour after a text blast is sent to get people ready for the exercise
(UPDATED) 'Do not panic? Eh mas nagpanic pa ako doon sa alarm sound, muntik ko pa itapon phone ko,' says one irate netizen
Luisa Caowa-ing Pelew, a teacher at Guina-ang Elementary School, is the wife of Bontoc Councilor John Pelew of Radyo Natin Bontoc
On Twitter, she accuses her ex-boyfriend of repeatedly beating her up
In the days leading to SONA 2018, bring your story to center stage
MMDA says the annual earthquake drill, dubbed online as the #MMShakeDrill, will push through on the third week of June, rain or shine
This is the 10th city-wide earthquake drill and second terror simulation of Pasig City
According to the group of women advocates, the previous state of the nation addresses delivered by President Rodrigo Duterte do not encapsulate the 'real state of the nation'
Program proves senior citizens deserve bigger roles in preparing for disasters
If a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hits your local community, is it ready for the worst-case scenario?
The exact date of this year's #MMShakeDrill would not be revealed to the public and responders ahead of time so everyone 'must be prepared at all times,' says the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
Public Works Secretary Mark Villar says they will suspend 43 contractors involved in more than 400 projects due to delays in implementation. This means DPWH has to bid the projects again.