With the decision of a local court to lift the writ of prohibitory injunction (WPI) granted to the owner of a resort hotel in Camiguin province, a local government official there said that there is no reason for the establishment to operate anymore.
Cigarette products that are worth an estimated P882 million, and that were illegally made and without the necessary tax stamps were confiscated by a joint team of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities on Tuesday said they are looking at politics as the probable motive in the shooting to death of two village councilors in Bukidnon town on Monday (Jan. 20).
Instead of worrying about the possibility of the ash fall coming from the Taal Volcano eruption reaching Mindanao, the Phil. Institute of Volcanology and Seismology in the region (Phivolcs-10) has urged the public to help out those displaced by the volcanic activity in Batangas
N95 face masks have started to run out in the city as demand for this protective gear have spiked in Luzon.
Camiguin must ensure that its ecosystem and natural resources remain intact and protected by not overcrowding the island-province with more visitors that it could handle, Gov. Jurdin Jesus Romualdo said.
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources-10 (BFAR-10) has appealed to the public on Tuesday (Jan. 7) not to disturb or harm endangered species. This after the recent sighting of two whale sharks in the municipal waters of this island-province.
Two town mayors of this province insisted that they did not violate the Duterte administration’s road-clearing policy. The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) have filed administrative charges against Mayors Helenio Abecia of Guinsiliban town and Joseph Uayan of Sagay town as well as 10 other municipal mayors all over the country for not complying with the order to rid the country’s streets of obstructions.
Construction of the Misamis Oriental Agriculture and Tourism Complex would start on the first quarter of this year, to be financed by the more than P3 million proceeds from a power generator which was shared to the Misamis Oriental provincial government.
Armed with a court order, the water provider servicing Barangay Lumbia and other upland villages this city insists they have the legal right to operate despite opposition from local officials and some residents.