Rappler's latest stories on Subic Bay Freeport Zone
SBMA says the contractor, CFV ARAR Contractors, has been issued a violation notice for the 'extensive clearing and grubbing operations in the area without appropriate environmental permit'
The venue in the West Ilanin forest – an environmentally-protected area – is supposed to be used for the shooting competition of the SEA Games, even if there is an existing firing range just a kilometer away
SBMA prevents entry of shipment labelled as 'food items' from Guangzhou, China
Authorities are expecting that the transfer of the 69 container vans to MV Bavaria will be completed by Friday morning, May 31
The government says at least 1,000 jobs will be available for workers who were displaced due to Hanjin's bankruptcy
District collector and lawyer Rhea Gregorio credits this to the 'strict implementation of customs laws and rules and regulations'
SBMA Law Enforcement Department says morning joggers found Park Jin Sung sprawled on the beach
1996 was the first time the Philippines hosted the APEC summit and it was a golden opportunity for the government to flaunt the potential of a US military base turned industry hub
The respondents are facing charges for allegedly conspiring against a Subic Freeport Zone locator over ownership of scrap materials
The respondents led by SBMA Chairman and Administrator Roberto Garcia are barred from seizing and assuming ownership of junk materials in an old power plant in Subic freeport
In separate incidents Bureau of Customs officials at the Subic freeport seize smuggled goods totaling an estimated P5 million
The most influential local ad campaigns were hailed at the Kidlat Awards 2014
The local government of San Antonio Zambales turns over some 10 000 hectares to the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
The decision they say is a victory for the environment