A tearful Marites Flor recounted her ordeal to reporters here on Friday afternoon, June 24, after she was presented to President-elect Rodrigo Duterte.
There’s nothing that 38-years old, Marites Flor wants for now, but to see her family after nine months and three days in the hands of the Abu Sayyaf Group.
All you need is a smartphone and an internet connection to be able to watch President-elect Duterte’s inauguration on June 30.
Without citing statistics, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency claimed that the supply and demand of illegal drugs in the city has lessened.
National labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno said the dismissed workers of the Japanese-owned fruit company here were left with no choice but to fight and put up the strike which paralyzed the company’s operation on May 25.
Outgoing Davao City police chief Senior Superintendent Vicente Danao Jr., thanked the city government for its support to the Davao City Police Office, in a visit to the City Council on Tuesday.
The daughter and son of the President-elect Rodrigo Duterte took their oath as the newly-elected Mayor and re-elected Vice mayor, respectively, on Monday, June 20 at the Hall of Justice here.
Re-elected Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte is asking his father, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte to reconsider the appointment of former labor leader Joel Maglungsod as undersecretary of the Department of Labor and Employment.
Two members of the Philippine National Police in Tagum City Police Station were found positive of using illegal drugs.
Partylist representative Carlos Isagani Zarate said they will refile House Bill 5540 or the Comprehensive Nursing Law in the next Congress after President Benigno Aquino III vetoed the provision increasing the entry-level pay of nurses.
Incoming Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza urged Filipinos to stay the course after the success of the preliminary talks between the government and the National Democratic Front in Oslo, Norway.
The formal peace talks between the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines will resume in the third week of July in Oslo, Norway, officials announced.