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By Maria Primera Patriarka Alonzo in Islamabad, Pakistan and Gerry Albert Corpuz in Manila, PhilippinesISLAMABAD, Pakistan- Gravely concerned about the impact of foreign funded projects in the Philippines coastal areas, around 32
By Gerry Albert Corpuz and Sugar Hicap in Karachi, Pakistan and Handog Malaya Vera in Manila, PhilippinesKARACHI, Pakistan-Top leaders of the Philippine fisherfolk alliance Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (
April 2011 "I think it's a good time to do it now rather than wait for some kind of failure," San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx said of plans to renovate City Hall. "It would be a great thing to do to celebrate the 60th anniversary of this building."
By Gerry Albert Corpuz, Bb. Tayuman Recto-Yap and Bianca Jing Bajingjing MANILA, Phillippines- Laguna Lake fisherfolk affected by the unbridled increases in the prices of petroleum products on the eve of the
By Gerry Albert Corpuz, Bb. Tayuman Recto-Yap and Lala Mudra Flores MANILA, Philippines- The high court is guilty of injustice to the highest order.
by Gerry Albert Corpuz, Warang Kyusi and Billy Javier Reyes MANILA, Philippines- Lake-based groups led by the left-leaning fisherfolk alliance Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya) and the umbrella
President Benigno Aquino III has approved the three-year loan from the World Bank and Royal Netherlands, presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said in a press briefing Friday. The project replaced the controversial P18.7-billion Laguna Lake Dredging
By Gerry Albert Corpuz, Billy Javier Reyes, Dorcas Yee Bee and Maita San Rafael MANILA, Philippines -Lake-based groups led by the left-leaning fisherfolk alliance Pambansang Lakas ng
Laguna de Ba, the primary goal of which is the protection and prolonging of the life of the largest inland fresh water lake in the country. General Manager Rodrigo Cabrera said on Saturday all the stakeholdersincluding fishermen, factories, the
Twenty-nine local government units (LGUs) surrounding Laguna de Bay were enjoined Thursday to put up their own material-reduction facility (MRF) for garbage to prevent further aggravation of the heavily-silted water catchment basin, popularly known