Mayor Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday said that he will not support the administration’s Liberal Party if Department of Justice Secretary Leila De Lima will run under the LP ticket.
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More sanitary inspectors and nurses will be hired to monitor commercial food here.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday said that he was trying to educate North Cotabato Representative Nancy Catamco when he told her that someone should talk to the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in order to resolve the issue of the indigenous people (IP) evacuees in the Haran Mission Center compound.
Indigenous peoples’ group Kusog saKatawha ng Lumad sa Mindanao (Kalumara n) continued its advocacy to defend and uphold the rights of the lumads, particularly the children, who have been long victim of abuses brought about by militarization in tribal areas.
Authorities here conducted multiple search warrant operations in different areas of the city which resulted in the arrest of 39 suspects, including one minor.
The chairperson of the committee on health Councilor Joselle Villafuerte on Tuesday, said the city needs a more comprehensive food safety ordinance after the issues of fake rice, fake rice noodles, and poisonous durian candies hit the city.
Tension gripped a school in Catalunan Pequeño here after a student received a bomb threat through text messages from an unknown sender.
The manufacturer of the alleged ‘poisonous’ durian candies which downed more than 1,000 people in Caraga region was temporarily closed Monday morning.
An official of this city’s Emergency Response’s Central 911 said on Thursday that the city has improved in terms of preparation for disasters and calamities.
Chairperson of the Committee on Appointments and Government Reorganization Councilor Rachel Zozobrado-Nagayo on Tuesday called out the public to help and participate on the city’s campaign against smoking.