Sunday Dec 15
Telabastagan wins Giant Lantern Festival
After settling for second place last year and losing its chance for a grand slam in 2007 and 2008, Barangay Telabastagan came back Saturday with a blast to emerge as 2013 champion of the world-renowned "Ligligan Parul" or Giant Lantern Festival .
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Youth camp delegates wish for normalization of their devastated areas
BAGUIO CITY, Philippines For one attendee, it is an opportunity to affirm commitment to serve one's community; for another, it is a chance to give back; for another, it is a step on the long road to recovery.
Asia News Network
Christmas tree loses lights to thieves
BAGUIO CITY: Thieves managed to steal Christmas lighting and glitter right off the summer capital's newly lighted Christmas tree, as well as a Yuletide village at Burnham Park in Baguio City, the Philippines' summer capital, last week, angering city officials and residents.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Elders bond for autonomy
DESPITE consecutive failures of the proposed Organic Act, several elders in created the Bamikba with the ultimate goal of pushing autonomy in the region.
The Honolulu Advertiser
Estefanio Acosta Acosta Nov. 19, 2013 Estefanio Acosta "Iniong" Acosta, 86, of Ewa Beach, a Safeguard Security Services retiree, died in Aiea.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Public warned vs fake SSS checks
MANILA, Philippines The Social Security System is warning the public to be careful in accepting SSS checks after receiving a report of a fake check being encashed in La Union.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Popcom targets decrease in region's population growth
Regional Director Rosa Fortaleza said they are strengthening their Philippine Population Management Program in order to address the increasing population of the region.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
NEA finds board member guilty
THE National Electrification Administration has ruled over complaints against Benguet Electric Cooperative board member Benny Bomogao, finding him guilty of gross misconduct and gross neglect of duty.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Climate change imperils agriculture
IT'S only five in the morning and yet Josephine is already awake. She doesn't mind the cold weather of December.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Padilla: Be part of Silahis ng Pasko PMA Cadets Day at the park offering
IT WILL be another great day for Silahis ng Pasko as Baguio tomorrow, Sunday, when the traditional Philippines military academy cadets' day at the park offering be on center stage at Burnham park and at Justice Malcolm Square.
Cari o: The First Philippine Republic in Banguet
IT IS the latter half of 1899. The Philippine-American War has begun. The US armed forces, which have decided to annex the Philippines have declared the Aguinaldo government a band of "insurrectos."
Thu Dec 05, 2013
SLIDESHOW: What to see in Ilocos
The provinces of Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur in Northern Philippines are two must-see places for both locals and tourists for their natural and man-made wonders.
Mayor Nadeem Ali
The owner of a shipping company has paid to send hundreds of donations to areas of the Philippines devastated by typhoon Haiyan.
Murillo: Remember WWII
IN A few days, we have to bow our heads and say a prayer in respect and memory of people who perished on December 8, 1941 from the air attacks of the Japanese during World War II.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Pacific Daily News
Haiyan victims in Palau need help
School roof gone: The roof of the JFK Elementary School in Kayangel, Palau was torn off when Typhoon Haiyan slammed the island on Nov. 7. The school, clinic and most homes were severely damaged by the typhoon.
Guam senator seeks help for Belauan brothers and sisters
Guam Sen. Michael F.Q. San Nicolas announced yesterday that his office will be accepting donations to aid in the relief efforts for residents of the Republic of Belau affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Tibaldo: Let's Help Revitalize the Baguio AIDS Watch Council
IN BAGUIO City, we often observe December 1 with a program wearing red ribbon that symbolizes the fight and continuing advocacy against the spread of the dreaded human immunodeficiency virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome .
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Baguio lacks laws on climate change
VITAL legislations needed to combat Climate Change remain pending at the City Council despite a growing clamor for these legislations to better prepare the city against calamities.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Rhea Backe is Saipan's 2013 Top Chef
Rhea Backe was bestowed the title of "Saipan's Top Chef" with her longtime family "Steak Portobello with Orange Marmalade" original recipe in the 3rd Annual Saipan's Next Top Chef competition organized by the Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation last Saturday at the Pacific Islands Club.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Back to square 'Juan'
It is a disturbing site to see. When once a place with strong cultural character, most of our public spaces are reduced to mere imitations and monoculture.