Highly urbanized cities outside Metro Manila have yet to implement the National Sewerage and Septage Management Program (NSSMP) in their respective areas, leaving unused a P650-million allotment in the care of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).Read more
This former US air base-turned-economic hub is now secured by 9,377 policemen two days before the opening of the four-day 11th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Defense Ministers Meeting (ADMM) starting Oct. 22.Read more
Relatives of a police informant here feared for the safety of their kin, who was arrested by the police for alleged drug pushing, amid President Duterte’s order suspending the police’s role in the government’s antidrug campaign.
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A fish trader was shot dead on Friday morning while eating breakfast in an eatery in Navotas City. Reynaldo Gungon, 59, of S. Policarpio Street, Barangay San Jose, died on the spot from a bullet wound in the head while the unidentified assailant fled on board a motorcycle. Navotas police homicide investigator Police Officer 3 […]Read more
A motorcycle rider was beyond recognition after he was run over by a long-bed mixer truck early morning on Friday in Manila. Manila Police District Traffic Enforcement Unit investigators have yet to identify the victim who was wearing a black t-shirt and shorts but had no helmet. He was driving a red Kawasaki motorcycle at […]Read more
Their presence in this year’s Leyte Gulf Landings, which is now on its 73rd year, is a proof that the relationship between the Philippines and the United States remains be strong.
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Two Olongapo policemen were accused of robbery and extortion by a couple they arrested in a March 3 drug bust here.
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At least 200 passengers were stranded on Friday when the Philippine Coast Guard in Central Visayas barred vessels with less than 250 gross tonnage from sailing after the seas were experiencing big waves.
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An Air Asia plane from Manila suddenly stopped while taxing along the runway shortly after landing at the Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport here past 7:30 a.m. on Friday.
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Night flights to Legazpi Domestic Airport have resumed on Thursday after technicians of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) finished repairs on the runway threshold indicator lights (RTIL) damaged by a lightning bolt that hit the airport last Friday, Erick Apolonio, CAAP spokesperson, said in a text message.
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