WATCH #FromOurArchives : Known as "Ka Amanda" in the underground movement, Cristina Pargas-Bawagan was arrested on May 27, 1981 while she was organizing people in Nueva Ecija. #NeverAgain #NeverForget
IN PHOTOS: Farmers from Guimba town in Nueva Ecija province harvest palay to ensure food security amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but the average palay prices this season plunged to 13 pesos a kilo due to the effects of the Rice Tariffication Law. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS/PDI
LOOK: People visit the ruins of Old Pantabangan town in Nueva Ecija province, which reappeared after the water level receded in the reservoir due to lack of rain. 📷PNP-Pantabangan via Advocates of Media Information | @CarloMolinaINQ
LOOK: A total of 61 OFWs were sent home on Thursday from the We Heal As One Center at Fort Magsaysay in Nueva Ecija after recovering from COVID-19. #COVID19PH 📷NTF against COVID
JUST IN: The editor in chief of UE Dawn, the official student publication of the University of the East, was allegedly forced by barangay officials in Nueva Ecija province to publicly apologize for criticizing the Duterte administration on social media, UE RedWire said. | @megeladonis
LOOK: A farmer from Nueva Ecija sells squash for very cheap, at P6.00 per kilo. The estimated grocery price is usually P40.00 per kilo. According to Leo Pauzo in his Facebook post, he sells squash at this lower price just to break even.