Provincial officials of Misamis Oriental said they are prepared to welcome stranded residents and overseas workers returning to their hometowns.
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Mayor Oscar Moreno warned private clinics conducting rapid diagnostic tests, especially to persons returning to their workplaces, that they will be facing legal action if they continue to do so without coordination from government health authorities.
Cagayan de Oro Representative Rufus Rodriguez is proposing a one-year prescription period for cases on cyber libel, amending the provision on the Anti-Cybercrime Law.
The fate of a networking company here now hangs in the balance as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) commissioners en banc will deliberate if it would be allowed to resume its operations.
Two leaders of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) here have expressed their opposition to the anti-terror bill (ATB).
Environment groups here joined the growing call urging President Duterte not to sign the Anti-Terrorism Act which they say will affect even their advocacy for environmental protection.
The Department of Agriculture in the region (DA-10) assured the public that the reported fall armyworm (FAW) infestation on corn plantations in some areas in Northern Mindanao has not yet reached an alarming level.
Two lawmakers from Northern Mindanao have joined the call against the anti-terror bill (ATB) which was passed on third and final reading at the House of Representatives.
A group of Christian church leaders has appealed to President Rodrigo Duterte to veto the anti-terror bill (ATB) as it will not serve to end the country’s conflicts.
The mayor of a Lanao del Sur town survived an ambush that killed his wife in his residence in Barangay Iponan, Cagayan de Oro on Wednesday morning.