The Police Regional Office 11 admitted it has difficulty in tracking down suspects behind social media scams using names of some individuals to get money.
The proposed monorail project in Davao is seen to improve public transportation, a welcome development from what an expert termed as a major shift from being a “car to transit oriented” community, an official from the Philippine Institute of Environmental Planners (PIEP) said.
A peasant group has challenged political aspirants to make a genuine stand on issues that matter to poor Filipinos as the campaign for 2019 mid-term polls began.
Rappler chief Maria Ressa was detained overnight at the National Bureau of Investigation headquarters in Pasay City for cyber libel charges, in what media watchdog and lawyer’s group called, as a “shameless act of persecution by a bully government.”
Former Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) chief and now senatorial aspirant Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa pulled a campaign stunt on Tuesday but it has raised the eye brows of women rights advocates, saying the stunt was crass, sexist and misogynist.
Two soldiers being held captive by the New Peoples Army (NPA) appealed for help from President Rodrigo Duterte to cease military operations to pave way for their release.
These classrooms were found to be in compliance with government regulations, COA-10 noted in its reports.
The environmental group EcoWaste Coalition has made an appeal to all candidates and political parties for the midterm elections this May to rally behind a waste-free exercise of democracy.
A proposal to amend the Bicycle Ordinance of Davao City is being eyed to ensure bikers rights in the city.
A member of the city council of Davao recently expressed the belief that an ordinance is no longer necessary to fully implement the ban on backpacks in all worship areas in the city.