NEWS

Is it 21 or 23? The confusing history of the martial law declaration

Do you remember the _ night of September?

The Masungi Georeserve invasion: What we know so far

On Sept. 18, the conservation area reported a group of over 30 allegedly armed men illegally occupying one of its protected areas

Where do text scammers get our names? Here are some hypotheses

Smishing messages are getting eerily specific, now containing our names. Even a Supreme Court Justice is alarmed

Aside from sugar and salt, here are other foods that are apparently in shortage—so far

Stock your pantries, brace for price hikes as these local produce are currently short in supply

NCCA issues cease-and-desist order to Capitol Theater demolition

Demolition on the pre-war art deco building continued despite instructions to developers of the site to retain and preserve the Capitol Theater facade

Banning books is a bad sign for democracy

Historically speaking, banning books is a precursor to unspeakable horrors

You can soon pay via QR code at Baguio City Public Market and in palengkes nationwide

Cashless transactions are being eyed at wet and dry markets around the country starting in Baguio City, where tourists and locals alike can pay for goods via QR code

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Here’s how much basic commodities’ prices have changed—in 2022 alone

Inflation really caused prices to skyrocket. Based on data from the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Trade and Industry, we traced how much costs have changed

Quezon City is offering free mental health medication to its residents

Maintaining your mental health isn’t just difficult, it’s also expensive. Luckily, Quezon City is helping its residents shoulder some of the cost

A student in Ifugao helped discover two new beetle species during the pandemic

By using a home lab setup during lockdowns, a student and his thesis advisers discovered the Anacaena angatbuhay and Anacaena auxilium