Facebook (FB) netizens and pages revived two three-year-old photos of rice sold at a Davao City mall to claim that the staple was now selling in the P20 per kilo range, as President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. promised. The claim is misleading. The original photos, posted by a Facebook user on Dec. 12, 2019, bore […]
Categories FACT CHECK FB FC PHL Vote 2022
Categories FACT CHECK PHL Vote 2022
This quote is fake.
Categories The Chit Estella Road Safety Page
Gawing priyoridad ang kaligtasan ng mga bata sa daan.
Categories FACT CHECK News
The false report portrays the president’s hometown Davao as more polluted than Boracay by using photos of other places.
Categories Fact Check Filipino
VERA FILES FACT CHECK: Anti-Duterte Facebook page nag post ng fake news na nagkukumpara sa Boracay at Davao
Tanging ang nasa itaas sa kaliwa na litrato sa collage ang talagang sa Davao.
Categories Arts & Culture
Text and photos by ELIZABETH LOLARGA
IF black ants are marching in a long, busy line in your cottage in Davao City, consider it a propitious sign. It means the fruits you bought, be they rambutan, mangosteen or that stinky bomb called durian, are sweet.
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By KARLOS MANLUPIG
HUNDREDS of environmentalists, activists and residents in Davao City staged a march protest to protest the proposed privatization of power plants in Mindanao and urged the scrapping of the Electric Power Reform Act which marked it’s eleventh year last Friday.