Police authorities in Bukidnon Friday call on women who may have been rape victims, to come forward and take legal action against a young man who is now facing multiple charges for robbery, rape, and frustrated homicide in Bukidnon.
A ranking leader of the Roman Catholic Church here reminded priests Thursday (Oct. 10) to coordinate first with the prelate of a certain area before saying a mass or conducting religious activities outside their jurisdiction.
The Philippine National Police in Region 10 (PNP-10) warned business owners to pay the Social Security System (SSS) contribution of their employees otherwise they will face legal action or even arrest.
Following the arrest and filing of cases against a cult leader in Mambajao, Camiguin, a police official has called on other women Saturday who he may have sexually abused in the past to come forward and file appropriate charges against him.
The province of Misamis Oriental is hopeful it will bag the prestigious Best Tourism-Oriented LGU award next month, claiming it has an advantage amongst other contenders.
A former municipal mayor in Camiguin province who was arrested Wednesday night will be transported to Metro Manila and will be turned over to the Sandiganbayan, the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-10 (CIDG-10) said Thursday.
Northern Mindanao’s hog industry and its protection from the onslaught of the African Swine Fever (ASF) is of utmost importance, said an official of the Department of Agriculture-10 (DA-10) on Friday (Sept. 13).
This city’s 2nd District Representative Rufus Rodriguez on Wednesday (Sept. 11) advised convicts who were freed on the basis of the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law not to turn themselves in to authorities but instead wait for the issuance of the warrant of arrest for them so they could go back in to the correctional facility where they were detained while serving their conviction.
At least eight persons convicted of various grave crimes but were released under the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law in Northern Mindanao turned themselves in to authorities, the Philippine National Police-10 (PNP-10) said Tuesday.
The Catholic archbishop here, along with lawyers and journalists, are willing to take to the streets to express their indignation over the red-tagging among their colleagues.