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What it takes to bring back Manila Bay’s glory

To sustain the momentum of cleaning up the Manila Bay, the Department of the Interior and Local Government has ordered local chief executives of...

Safeguarding PHL farm goods

When the Philippines joined the World Trade Organization in 1995, it removed the import restrictions on most crops except for rice. This was a...

Big in Japan

In 2005 some 82,000 Filipinos working in Japan as Overseas Performing Artists (OPAs) sought the help of the Philippine government to help convince the...

Neda should be the ‘boss’

The current water shortage in Metro Manila has in turn created incredible inconvenience, endless finger-pointing and even conspiracy theories as some sort of an...

Vaccinate your children now

WE accept the reality that the government can tell us who is eligible to drive an automobile. The government does not hesitate...

Boracay: ‘The best beach in the world’

'Calm, warm waters, gently sloping sand. Very relaxing. Possibly the most beautiful beach in Asia.” That’s how Boracay was described in the...

El Niño’s daunting challenges for government

The state weather bureau said the latest El Niño episode is “weak,” but it has already destroyed millions of pesos worth of...

Wanted: Real political parties

"One of these things is not like the other, which one is different, do you know? So tell me which of these...

Is there a foreign press agenda? 

IF you want accurate information and analysis about the Philippines, probably the last place where you can find them is in the foreign press....

US hard place; Chinese rock

The Philippines cannot seem to get out of an awkward position between China and the United States, and may never be able...

The real meaning of public service

Public utilities like power distribution companies are given franchises to serve the needs of the people in their constituent communities. As such,...

Surviving El Niño

A weather phenomenon named by Peruvian fishermen after the Christ child is threatening to upset food production in the Philippines. Dubbed “El Niño,”...

Just follow our rules

AS a country whose government has built an extensive bureaucratic infrastructure to facilitate the export of its workers, we Filipinos have to...

PHL: ‘Best’ in freedom of expression?

The 2019 edition of the World Justice Project’s annual Rule of Law Index placed the Philippines at the 90th spot out of 126 countries...
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