There's a P200-million fund set aside for the purchase of COVID-19 vaccines under Manila's 2021 budget, and it's all thanks to the beloved Yorme.
Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte said protests will be allowed in the city during President Rodrigo Duterte’s fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) next week, but these should be within certain parameters.
Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Carlos Zarate on Thursday urged his colleagues in the House of Representatives to withdraw their “yes” vote to the Anti-Terrorism Bill or simply abstain if they wished to be on the right side of history.
The House of Representatives on Wednesday approved the Anti-Terrorism Bill on third reading on Wednesday night in a highly divisive vote despite strong opposition to the measure on social media and in protests in the streets.
These men will do what it takes to stay in power.
Why do they have an outrageous story for everything?
Kabataan party-list on Friday said it welcomes the statements of President Rodrigo Duterte calling out the Canadian government to take back garbage that had been sent to the Philippines.
It’s a back-to-back victory!
Actor turned Quezon City Congressman Alfred Vargas is in seventh heaven after finding out the news that President Rodrigo Duterte has signed his pet bill, the National Integrated Cancer Control Act, into law.