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Several mall operators and convenience stores in Thailand ban single-use plastic bags and will instead see customers paying a small fee for a reusable bag made of a cloth-like fabric
Many people escape the shackles of poverty because of one thing: opportunity. This may be true for many people, but 'many' is not 'all.'
The move brings Japan in line with many other countries that have already adopted the environmentally friendly measure, but it will only come into effect in July 2020
Dinagat Islands Governor Kaka Bag-ao was preparing to disembark from a ferry at Surigao City when one of her fellow passengers goes into labor. She lends her van, which was waiting at the port, to the expectant mother.
The provincial board will tackle on Tuesday, July 9, the resolution filed by 4 members calling justice for the murder of Wenefredo Olofernes
'We lost a good leader in Dinagat Islands today,' says Dinagat Islands Governor Kaka Bag-ao
What to bring titas, titos, and cousins abroad or give foreign guests as souvenirs
Could plastic bags actually be better for the environment than paper ones?
'Laban ito para ipakita sa kanila na iyong kahirapan...hindi iyan normal,' says Dinagat Islands Governor-elect Kaka Bag-ao
On Tuesday, June 4, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with governor-elect Kaka Bag-ao to discuss the key factors that led to her victory
What our recent experience tells us is that there is hope, imperceptible at first glance but solid at a second moment of reflection
The Dinagat Islands Representative defeats another member of the once powerful Ecleo clan
The law's principal authors say it will help address the stigma against people living with HIV and AIDS
Britons are up in arms over new biodegradable teabags that leave a bitter taste in the mouth as they split open, spilling their contents into teacups
Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao says the proposed constitution 'represents everything that is wrong with our government'
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(UPDATED) Bicol Central Academy administrator Alexander James Jaucian is caught on video shouting at students, calling them 'stupid'
As with all matters environmental, it’s essential that we have the right knowledge to make informed decisions
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Here's why Christian Louboutin fell in love with the city
In the photo, Robredo and LP solons were seen happily posing at a monument that honors the memories of the millions who lost their lives during the holocaust
From rolling away "stones of sin" to threats against media to an exclusive video on violent rituals in the police academy
'Hindi ibig sabihin na tatalikuran ko 'yung mga paniniwala ko,' says the Dinagat representative on taking contrary positions as a member of the supermajority
The new Longchamp collection is inspired by South Africa's diverse and colorful culture
From an unfortunate accident to the anti-theft bags we know today – here's how Pacsafe came to be
Several innovations at CES 2018 are geared towards helping travelers with the weighty problem of dealing with baggage.
Uashmama's washable paper bags look and feel like leather
(UPDATED) The Speaker says funds have been reallocated for free college tuition and for the salary hikes for soldiers and policemen
(UPDATED) House opposition leader Albay 1st District Representative Edcel Lagman says the move was done in the bicameral conference 'reportedly upon instructions of Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez'
SM's signature eco bag gets a christmassy upgrade
Representatives Ramon Rocamora and Kaka Bag-ao caution against calling all the justices, saying the House panel is resorting to a fishing expedition
The proposed Constitutional Education subject would cover topics like the rights and duties of citizens, social justice, and human rights
They're good for the environment, and your outfit!
Yvette's Bags and Beads Collection employs inmates and former inmates from the Davao City Jail – a powerful message of hope and second chances
Dinagat Islands Representative Kaka Bag-ao says Senator Risa Hontiveros is being persecuted by the Duterte administration, similar to what was done to Senator Leila de Lima
Benjamin Steakhouse Prime gift certificates, soy candles, Patchi chocolates, and beauty products are just some of the items the stars got
This is the farthest the bill has gone in the legislative process since it passed on 3rd and final reading during the 11th Congress
Several members of the Liberal Party in the House – alongside a long time party ally and a PDP Laban member – slam the administration for its attacks on checks and balances
2nd UPDATE The House committee on justice finds the second complaint against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno – filed by the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption and the Vanguard of the Philippine Constitution – insufficient in form
The Philippines national flower is also the name of a shop in Japan s old capital selling elegant bags and hats made of Philippine fibers and assembled by Filipino workers
Stylishly secure the new Pacsafe line will take you to wherever you need to go
Representatives Emmeline Aglipay Villar Kaka Bag ao and Geraldine Roman sponsor the proposed SOGIE Equality Act for 2nd reading in the House
Here are links to the speeches of 14 congressmen and women who voted no and 3 who voted yes to House Bill 4727
Dinagat Islands Representative Kaka Bag ao likens her colleagues yes votes for the death penalty to saying yes to killing of the poor and OFWs on death row
Starting March the Spark Project is set to offer donations based and investment type crowdfunding methods
Dinagat Islands Representative Kaka Bag ao tells congressmen Ang pagboto po natin ng yes sa death penalty ay katumbas sa pagdiin sa kanila sa kamatayan