The imposition of Martial Law in Mindanao has not affected the commercial activities in the island, specifically Northern Mindanao, a Department of Trade and Industry-10 (DTI-10) official said Thursday (Dec. 12).
People who got the first taste of riding a modernized public utility vehicle (PUV) here have nothing but praises for the new transit system that will soon cater to the city and neighboring town’s commuters.
Eleven people caught transporting fossilized giant clams or “taklobo” in Barangay Lumbia here Tuesday dawn are now facing administrative and criminal charges, a Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources-10 (BFAR-10) official said Wednesday.
A radio commentator who is facing a libel case has clarified Tuesday (Dec. 3) that he and a colleague surrendered to the Gingoog City Police station and was not arrested by law enforcers.
The Philippine National Police-10 chief appealed the public to ensure their safety first in situations where there is a looming threat to lives and properties.
Northern Mindanao has ranked second as having the most number of teenage pregnancies among the regions in the country, a Commission on Population-10 (Popcom-10) official said Tuesday.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board-10 (LTFRB-10) has started on Thursday (Nov. 21) its three-day inspection of taxis to inventory the units that have been issued the franchise before launching a massive campaign to apprehend unregistered taxi units.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board-10 (LTFRB-10) has asked the city government to help the agency in going after operators and drivers engaged in illegal operation of public utility vehicles (PUVs).
Two police officers belonging to the K9 unit who searched the premises of a non-governmental organization’s facility without permission Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 13) have already been relieved of their duty while on investigation, a ranking police official said Thursday.
Two men were arrested while their cargo was seized by police in Sitio Pahiron, Barangay Lumbia this city early Saturday morning (Nov. 9) for transporting more than 700 board feet of undocumented logs estimated at P391,953.20.