The raid on the residence of a prominent family in Claveria town, Misamis Oriental Tuesday that led to the confiscation of high-powered firearms and ammunition could be due to the land issue involving two families.
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Another Mindanao-based investment entity offering huge returns to its investors has been red-flagged by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as it advised the public to be cautious in shelling out their money to companies dealing in financial transactions.
China has joined other countries that dump their garbage to the Philippines following information relayed by the Bureau of Customs in Northern Mindanao (BOC-10) that tons of electronic waste (e-waste) and other forms of trash has entered the local port from the Chinese territory.
A lawmaker has urged entities that played a role in the entry of the waste materials from Australia and China to take concrete action so the various issues could be resolved surrounding the imported trash that is dumped here.
Cases of human rights violations continue to pile up two years after martial law was declared in Mindanao resulting from the conflict in Marawi City that flared up on May 23, 2017, that ran for several months, civil society organizations said Friday.
The close to a dozen container vans that arrived from Australia early this month were not toxic garbage but processed materials which will be used as fuel for a cement company’s manufacturing plants, said the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Thursday.
An airline has canceled two of its flights Wednesday to reboot its system, said the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (Caap) at Laguindingan Airport in Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental.
Legislators belonging to the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) have condemned what they called as “fabricated cases” filed against leaders of different rights organizations including ACT Union regional president for Northern Mindanao Ophelia Tabacon.
It is either victory or defeat for local candidates endorsed by Pres. Rodrigo Duterte proving that not all who got the presidential blessing were assured of winning in the just concluded midterm elections.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has expressed concern over a disqualification order against a mayoral candidate allegedly issued by the poll body which it said it did not issue.