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Isko Moreno's journey to Manila City Hall is not just an overnight fairy tale
Advocates in 15 cities across the Philippines demand urgent action to solve the climate crisis
Manila Water initially scheduled service interruptions from Friday to Saturday, May 24 to 25, but a DPWH contractor damaged a pipeline, causing the supply to be cut off starting Thursday, May 23
Synth-pop artist LAUV headlines his first solo concert in Manila, singing for a packed arena of fans
Dessert cafe The Lost Bread reinvents a sweet childhood favorite
As part of a partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Metro Pacific unit Maynilad will also fast-track the connection of customers to its sewage system
The national government has started rehabilitating tourist destinations in 2018. Here's how voters in these areas chose their local leaders in 2019.
(UPDATED) Manila Water says 20 barangays in Quezon City will have no water for 10 hours from Friday to Saturday, May 24 to 25
The steady sinking of coastal towns and islets like Pariahan in the northern Philippines causes Manila Bay's brackish water to pour inland and displace thousands, posing a greater threat than rising sea levels due to climate change
Mayor-elect Isko Moreno says leading Manila is a 'one-in-a-million' opportunity he doesn't want to waste
Manila Mayor-elect Isko Moreno says it would be better to develop land in Binondo and Ermita
'It will be retained as Arroceros park, full of trees that help us breathe better,' says Manila City mayor-elect Isko Moreno Domagoso
After toppling political giant Joseph Estrada, Isko Moreno promises Manila the moon and the stars. How will he do this? Watch his interview live on Rappler.
Only 1 in 10 entries survive this brutal 600-kilometer MacArthur competition of pigeon racing or karera ng kalapati from Leyte to Manila
In this short feature, Rappler looks at the shifting alliances behind the battle for Manila, and the man from Tondo who took down a former president and rose to become the mayor of the country's capital city
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‘Today’s election is going to be our teachers in the future. It teaches us...that sometimes you should know when to stop,’ says Joseph Estrada's former ally, mayor-elect Isko Moreno of Manila
(UPDATED) 'We're talking about it, we'll take a look at it,' says Ressa's lawyer Ted Te on elevating case to the Supreme Court
(3rd UPDATE) Erap Estrada and his family lose in local and national contests
(4th UPDATE) 'The party made a commitment na itataas namin ang uri ng pangangampanya sa Maynila. Tinotoo namin ang sinabi namin,' says new mayor Isko Moreno
The Philippine government has the obligation to provide water for all. Using private companies to fulfill the right to water does not absolve the government of its obligation.
(UPDATED) Here's where and how the senatorial candidates are spending their last days on the campaign trail
A survey showing Isko Moreno with a wide lead over Erap Estrada boosts the morale of his campaign team. In a miting de avance in Pandacan, the former vice mayor says, ‘May puting usok na sa city hall!’
The Megastar Sharon Cuneta, Coco Martin of ‘Ang Probinsiyano,’ and the Itchyworms are in attendance
‘We will support the war on drugs in a manner that is within the bounds of the law,' says Manila mayoral bet Isko Moreno
The Department of Transportation sets the fare that motorcycle taxis should charge, as well as safety requirements that should be provided by the drivers or operators
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines says it is ready to ensure 'reliable power transmission services before, during, and after the election date.' Meralco also has contingency plans.
Manila Water's net income drops by 27% to P1.23 billion in the 1st quarter of 2019
Social media users lament how city dwellers experience extremes, such as drought in the summer and floods when there's rain
The 7 boys are returning to the Philippines for their ‘Keep Spinning 2019 World Tour'
'Hinding hindi tayo papayag sa mga patakaran ni President Duterte,' says Makabayan bet Neri Colmenares
MMDA says this is for commuters who will travel to and from provinces to cast their votes on election day
But provincial buses are still not allowed to load and unload passengers along EDSA
The Ateneo team beats over 6,000 students from 1,100 universities around the world
Human rights lawyer Theodore Te says, Panelo is 'basically admitting there is no basis for the matrix' implicating journalists and lawyers 'because they can't even come up with a prima facie case'
The closure of the eastbound side of the Marcos Bridge in Marikina City will last for 4 months
Rappler is on the lookout for talented and dedicated students who are willing to go beyond their comfort zones in a challenging internship environment
The detailed metropolis art installation by Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan shows how 'cardboard is very much important in the Philippines'
'A free and responsible media is fundamental to an open and democratic society,' says British Ambassador Daniel Pruce at a forum on press freedom and responsibility at the Ateneo de Manila University
The Irish group is set to perform in Manila at the Mall of Asia Arena
Bookmark this page to watch Pahayag: A Forum on Media Freedom and Responsibility on Monday, April 29
The Angat Dam's water level drops to 179.97 meters on Sunday, April 28, below its minimum operating water level of 180 meters
(UPDATED) Voluntary submission in existing laws can exempt a drug suspect from criminal liability. In Duterte’s war on drugs, a surrenderer may further expose himself to prosecution, according to research done by the Ateneo Human Rights Center
(3rd UPDATE) 'I want to be able to teach and still look my students straight in the eye,' says Felipe 'Ipe' Salvosa II, who protested the publication of a story linking 3 media organizations, including Rappler, and a lawyers' group to an alleged plot to oust President Duterte
The Manila Regional Trial Court issues arrest warrants against Acierto and 7 others
Manila Water says it will abide by the decision of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System
Facing Chinese investors gathered in Taguig City, Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo says China is in a 'class of its own'