Bayan Muna chair Neri Colmenares accused the Duterte administration of treating dissent as a crime, denouncing the arrest of nine members of militant groups in a series of operations by the military.
Category: General Discussions
An interactive community forum bringing awareness on Dementia to ageing Filipinos in Australia was held last 22 September 2018 at the Mt Druitt Hub.
Why is President Duterte afraid of the International Criminal Court (ICC)?
Poorly-skilled migrants will struggle to granted immigration visas amid the government’s plan to crackdown on dole bludgers. Only the ‘best and brightest’ immigrants will be welcomed into Australia, according to the Saturday Telegraph.
Several controversial banners such as the one placed in an overhead pedestrian crossing in Quezon City were displayed in various parts of Metro Manila. The party or persons responsible for installing the banners have not yet been identified as of press time.
Lawyer Ma. Theresa Pabulayan, acting Sandiganbayan executive clerk of court, said most cases dragged on for decades because of the legal remedies sought by the government and defendants’ lawyers.
In an obvious attempt to curb child abuse, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull delivered the Federal Government’s response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex abuse.
The Bishop of Parramatta, Vincent Long Van Nguyen, has told a royal commission [that] he suffered sexual abuse by a member of the clergy after arriving in Australia as a refugee from Vietnam in 1981.
An Australian army captain has suggested sex workers be sent to the front line to relieve soldiers from their stress.
According to Coconuts media, “Our favourite government nuisance, Atty. Salvador Panelo, is back and he brought a ton of crap with him.” Speaking on ABS-CBN News Channel’s (ANC) HeadStart on Sep 15, the presidential legal adviser said he is contemplating the idea of giving legislative and executive powers to President Rodrigo Duterte to speed up […]
Australia Post which is totally government owned and has been for 200 years, announced the loss of 900 jobs, being part of a cut back program.
Today, English is probably the most widely-spoken second language in most countries. Most authors and columnists write using the English language. At least three Philippine newspapers in Australia publish in English. Many radio announcers broadcast in English. International air traffic controllers communicate with pilots in English.