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Krusada: Wage hike

A laborer for a private company earns a minimum wage of P426 a day. Government employees, however, earn much less. Consequently, laborers clamor for wage hike, asking for P90 to P125 increase.

Krusada: Bureau of Corrections

Ideally, a progressive society gives those who have committed wrongdoings an opportunity to change and redeem themselves after receiving due punishment for their crimes.

Krusada: Road Rehabilitation and DPWH

DPWH is often accused of building roads that are substandard and structurally weak. In effect, road accidents due to bad road conditions from January to September last year soared to 11,414 cases.

Krusada: Bakwit

Mahigit apat na dekada na ang nakakalipas pero patuloy pa rin ang giyera sa pagitan ng pamahalaan at ng rebeldeng grupong New People's Army (NPA).

Krusada: Lansangan

Lubak-lubak at baku-bakong mga kalsada ang sumasalubong sa mga motorista araw-araw. Marami kasi sa  mga lansangan sa Pilipinas ay ganito ang kalagayan, lalo na sa mga probinsya.

KRUSADA: Pasahod

Kapag maikli ang kumot, matutong mamaluktot. Ito ang matagal ng diskarte ng ating mga manggagawa dahil sa matagal ng kalbaryo sa maliit na pasahod.

Krusada to air award-winning documentary

MANILA, Philippines – ABS-CBN current affairs program “Krusada” will air on Thursday its documentary that bagged a bronze medal at the New York Festivals International TV and Film Awards 2012.

‘Krusada’ wins bronze medal in New York Festivals

Panalo ng bronze world medal ang ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs show na Krusada sa New York Festivals. Ito'y para sa episode na “Laya,” na nanalo sa kategoryang social issues and current events. TV Patrol, Abril 18, 2012, Miyerkules

ABS-CBN awarded at the 2012 New York Festivals

MANILA, Philippines - ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs shows bagged several recognitions from the 2012 New York Festivals International TV and Film Awards on Tuesday night, including a bronze world medal for the documentary "Krusada: Laya (Freedom)."

KRUSADA: Anti-hazing

With the recent killing of freshman law student Marvin Reglos, Gus Abelgas unveiled the issues of Hazing once again, pursuing the strict implementation of the Anti-Hazing law of 1995.