President Rodrigo Duterte has given the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) the full power to lead the government’s war on illegal drugs.
Operations to clear the Diversion Road here from mud and debris flow due to a landslide that struck at dawn on Friday, October 6, have passed City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s 48-hour deadline.
The city government at 5pm Sunday released an advisory that the Diversion Road will remain closed on Monday, October 9, “because the portion of Shrine Hills where the landslide occured has not been declared safe for passage by the engineers due to the clearing operations.”
About 228 forest guards are set to meet with City Mayor Sara Duterte in a gathering next month.
President Rodrigo Duterte hinted Saturday, September 16, that he is still open to resuming the formal talks with the Communists.
MANILA, Philippines – More than a thousand Lumad and Moro trooped to the Libingan ng mga Bayani on Monday, September…
On May 24, Sittie Lainie Decampong Asum woke up early to prepare for her graduation day. The night before, she and her classmates had their final practice.
The Office of the Ombudsman dismissed Bislig City Mayor Librado Navarro and 11 other local officials over a questionable P14.7-million hydraulic excavator purchase five years ago.
The Duterte administration is keen on pushing the development of Mindanao through the building of at least three major infrastructures that will have an impact on the island’s economy.
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines has started yesterday, September 6, its repair works on the Aurora-Ozamiz transmission line.
A group of exporters stressed that the long-term solution to the banana industry’s existing security issues is to resume peace talks between the government and the communist rebels.