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Editorial: Cleaning up

Now that the excitement of the elections has settled down, let’s buckle up to work by cleaning up the mess left by the electoral campaign.…

Editorial | The aftermath

Today we will know our new set of leaders both local and national, who will bring the country forward until the next election in 2022.…

Honoring my Mother | Crying at the Endgame

By recent calculations, roughly 50% of the population had seen the latest Avengers movie, but prior to this, Thanos had already dusted off half of…

Rough Cuts: Let that green spaces audit happen

We congratulate the winners and those who believe that they are already well on their way to winning in yesterday’s elections. For the local candidates,…

Rough Cuts | It’s all but the proclamation

Today about 60 million Filipino voters will troop to the voting precincts to elect their new sets of national and local officials. To be elected…

Publisher’s Notes: It’s D-Day!

Today, it’s the day of reckoning for candidates. They cross their fingers and hope for the best. On the other hand, the voters are ecstatic.…

Editorial | Go for best choices

Skeptics will, of course, say that reminding voters not to sell their votes is futile because, as early as the day after the May 2016…

Nunot: Suta-on pag-ayo kinsa atong pili-on

Kagabi-i samtang nag hulat nga moabot ang  akong anak gikan sa iyang opisina nagtimpla ko ug kape aron dili laayon. Human sa pagtimpla sa usa…

Editorial: Food security and our seas

Rapid development and population growth is exacting a toll on our natural resources. Finding a balance between sustainable development and food security is becoming one…

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