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This comes after the President addressed the nation after Filipinos protested against lack of resources
President Rodrigo Duterte's pre-recorded address, which was supposed to air at 4 pm, is broadcast 7 hours past the original schedule
(UPDATED) The senator's name rises to the top of Twitter Philippines' trends list as citizens call for his resignation and arrest
The hashtag trends as lawmakers approve a bill granting President Duterte special powers
Netizens point out how local governments have implemented measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus without resorting to the use of emergency powers
This comes after the Department of Health said there was ‘no need’ for mass testing now
From expressing support for the government's efforts to criticism of implementing agencies, here are some reactions to the metro-wide lockdown
(UPDATED) Priced at P1,320, the kit developed by UP scientists is said to be 6 times cheaper than its foreign counterpart, which costs around P8,500
Check out some of the adorable (and highly relatable) tweets from 'Adorable Home' players!
‘Behold this President, his personal issues over [the] nation’s welfare,’ one netizen says
One Twitter user says, 'Mas iniintindi ng pamahalaan ang mga kritiko nito kaysa sa kalagayan at nangyayari sa bansa'
Soon after the memorandum drew flak online, Adamson University apologizes to the public for the 'misimpression it may have created'
One netizen points out how China would have issued a travel ban to the Philippines had it been the other way around
'You're the main reason why I love the Lakers and the game.' Read how the rest of local Twitter is mourning the death of The Black Mamba
'Stupidity is blaming a scientific institution for failure in doing the impossible: predicting volcanic eruptions,' one netizen says
After the singer was issued an arrest warrant for cyber libel, netizens discuss the validity of the charge and if her July 2019 vlog was libelous
Filipinos online raise eyebrows at JoyRide's introduction in the market for motorcycle taxis, given a number of suspicious posts from apparent bots and endorsers
Filipinos online praise Angkas bikers for being kind, helpful, and polite, and express anger at the government's decision to cut down Angkas' fleet
As it turns out, not everybody is pleased with the speech delivered by House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano during the 2019 Southeast Asian Games closing ceremonies
The Philippines' richest senator comes under fire after wondering aloud why Filipinos still love the expensive galunggong
'Minsan mas nauubos ang panahon ng mga teachers kakagawa ng paperworks at iba pang gawain kaysa sa pagtuturo. The system has to change,' says one netizen
Workers who have to be on duty share funny tweets and memes about their situation while others give words of encouragement and some safety reminders
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What's your favorite moment during the 2019 Southeast Asian Games opening ceremonies?
Concerns about the Philippines' hosting flood social media, following viral posts about athletes encountering logistical mishaps
One of the recommendations of Teachers' Dignity Coalition is to ensure that all schools have registered guidance counselors with higher salaries
'I hope people would realize that there is no such thing as Tulfo justice,' tweets one netizen
'Not a fan of vaping, but whatever happened to due process?' one netizen writes
'Even without the crown, Patch was able to use the Miss International platform to deliver her message,' tweets one netizen
‘That is good, if he decides to be serious about it,’ one netizen writes
Supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo and ex-senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr clash online after Supreme Court delays its decision on Marcos' protest against Robredo
(UPDATED) Panelo receives special treatment from policemen and traffic enforcers during his nearly-4-hour commute from Marikina to Malacañang
‘Teka lang, bakit may solusyon siya kung wala namang problema?’ one netizen asks
Without special preparation and treatment, will Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo survive the long lines, hours of waiting, and horrendous traffic that commuters endure every day?
'A little spanking here and there is necessary if it's called for,' admits one commenter
What do you think of the Duterte administration's move to bring Mocha Uson back to government?
In light of the death of PMA Cadet Darwin Dormitorio, netizens debate on 'murderous tradition' of hazing
'Are drug wars created so that you, the PNP, and your backers can make money too?' asks one netizen
As the Senate continues to hear 3 divorce bills, Filipinos online weigh in on legalizing divorce in the country
Commuters brands the traffic schemes considered by the MMDA as 'band-aid' solutions, especially when the public transport system remains a mess
Do you think a formal declaration is needed for someone to be recognized as a hero?
Do you agree with lawmakers that making ROTC mandatory would instill a sense of nationalism and patriotism into the Filipino youth?
Do you think that Ninoy Aquino's fight for freedom was in vain, or is the fight not yet over?
Following the crisis faced by commuters, we took the question online: How then should MMDA solve Metro Manila’s traffic problem?
(UPDATED) MMDA traffic chief Bong Nebrija says the problem lies with the lack of discipline among bus drivers who swerve lanes, causing traffic buildup
(UPDATED) After receiving backlash online, Grab Philippines says they will reach out to the female celebrities to extend their apologies
Are we – as individuals, as a people, and as a nation – truly free? Netizens don't seem to think so.