At least one person died and 17 were missing after a storm dumped heavy rain and caused flooding in the Philippines, authorities said Thursday, as a powerful typhoon barrelled towards the country.
The Philippines has another reason to hold its head up high.
A search was under way Tuesday for 20 crew members missing in the Philippines after their cargo ship ran aground while seeking shelter from rough waters churned up by a typhoon, the coast guard said.
For Masbate Board Member Jason Arevalo, the University of the Philippines remains unbeaten.
A shallow 6.7-magnitude earthquake struck the central Philippines Tuesday, the US Geological Survey said, sending residents fleeing their homes, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.
Occidental Mindoro Rep. Josephine Ramirez-Sato said that a Mindorena OFW from Saudi has been brought back home in the Philippines.
Camarines Sur Rep. Luis Raymund “Lray” Villafuerte proposed to use the frequencies vacated by ABS-CBN for distance learning to help the Department of Education in its “blended learning” strategy.
Albay Vice Gov. Grex Lagman can’t help but wonder why the administration is spending so much time and resources on ordinary Filipinos who post comments on social media and charging them with inciting to sedition
Camarines Sur Rep. Gabriel Bordado and his family made sure to continue their tradition of observing the way of the cross during Holy Week while still observing quarantine measures.
While loans can be good for the country, Palawan Board Member Eduardo Modesto Rodriguez wants the Philippines to be cautious.