2000s|President: Ferdinand Marcos (Liberal)
Prime Minister: Ferdinand Marcos (Liberal)
House Speaker: Querube Makalintal
Chief Justice: Enrique Fernando
January 30 – Local elections for governors, vice governors, mayors and vice mayors in the nation's first elections for provincial and municipal officials since the declaration of martial law. The party Kilusang Bagong Lipunan led Ferdinand Marcos won majority of the seats.
April 22 – Passenger ship MV Don Juan bound for Bacolod City sank in Tablas Strait, 20 nautical miles (37 km) off Maestre de Campo Island, Romblon after colliding with the oil tanker M/T Tacloban City. Reported casualties were 18 dead and 115 missing, with 745 survivors.
May 26 – The Kabataang Barangay elections (KB) were held. It was participated by about 3 million Filipino youths aged 15 to 18 years old.
January 16 -
Sam Oh, TV host and radio DJ
Drew Arellano, TV host and actor
February 7 - Luis Alandy, actor
February 8 - Jenny Miller, Canadian-Filipino actress
March 1 – Cassandra Ponti, Filipina actress, dancer, and model
May 13 - Mau Marcelo, singer and winner of Philippine Idol
July 6 – JB Magsaysay, actor, businessman and politician
August 2 – Dingdong Dantes, Filipino actor
August 15 - Cogie Domingo, Filipino Actor and Former Model
August 17 – Tootsie Guevara
October 1 – Phoemela Baranda
1980 in the Philippines Wikipedia
1980 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1980.