Heads are expected to roll at the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) central office as its chief has filed formal complaints against some of his subordinates in the light of the corruption charges hurled against him.
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axi operators in Northern Mindanao who wants to avail of a franchise for their units are urged to organized themselves into either a cooperative or a corporation, Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board-10 (LTFRB-10) regional director Aminoden Guro said over the weekend.
Before he administered the oathtaking of the city’s elected officials Tuesday evening, Pres. Rodrigo Duterte has already made a promise that he will do just that.
The human rights watchdog Karapatan has slammed Monday the government for targeting the elderly following the arrest of the 61-year-old Davao City-based media personality Margarita Valle in Misamis Oriental and the killing of a 65-year-old land reform advocate Felipe Dacal-Dacal in Negros Occidental.
With the loss of cellular phone signal for four hours in Visayas and Mindanao on Tuesday, the National Telecommunications Communication here has suggested the implementation of “domestic roaming.”
The city government will look into the proliferation of imported mercury-laden skin-whitening products being openly sold in public markets here as reported by the environmental and health advocate EcoWaste Coalition.
The environmental watchdog EcoWaste Coalition has reminded the government not to allow the country to become the world’s garbage dump, as the 2.561 tons of electronic wastes (e-wastes) from China’s special administrative region of Hong Kong were sent back to its point of origin Monday noon.
Six persons, including two police officers, were wounded when law enforcers exchanged gunfire during a “misencounter” in Barangay Puerto, this city, Thursday night, police said Friday.
Setting aside their differences, government, and Bangsamoro officials have come together to help ensure the smooth conduct of Brigada Eskwela in Lanao del Norte as schools open next month.
Law enforcers and military forces foiled an attack carried out by a group of armed individuals believed to be members of the Communist fighters in a Bukidnon town Tuesday night, the police regional office said Wednesday.