Law enforcers in Manolo Fortich town held hundreds of peasants from Bukidnon this morning, April 19 while en route to this city to conduct a protest rally on Good Friday.
At least three public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers tested positive for illegal drugs following a joint operation conducted by government enforcement agencies in the city’s bus terminals.
Filipino professional anglers ruled the recently-concluded 12th Siargao International Game Fishing Tournament here.
Government agencies have started its round of inspection in public areas of convergence starting Monday to make sure that those who are going back to their homes for the holidays are safe while traveling.
The local government-ran sports facility here can never be considered private property despite the ruling of the Office of the Ombudsman upholding the argument of two public officials whose nepotism and graft charges were dismissed by the anti-graft body, according to Mayor Oscar Moreno.
More than half a million individuals are expected to visit the various pilgrimage sites in Northern Mindanao, especially in Misamis Oriental, during the Holy Week, a tourism official said.
Charges have already been filed against two Chinese nationals suspected of employing the services of female minors inside a hotel here on Sunday, the National Bureau of Investigation-10 (NBI-10) said Wednesday.
A Roman Catholic Church leader has reminded the Filipino electorate of the criteria in choosing their political leaders and how to make a wise decision ahead of the midterm elections on May 13.
At least 14 farmers were killed in alleged anti-crime operations in Negros Oriental on Saturday, March 30, the human rights group Karapatan reported.
A young female suspected of being involved in an online investment scam has admitted she was the founder of a social media-based group that offered a huge monetary return to potential investors in this city.