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Feb. 6 declared holiday in Lanao  del Norte, 7 North Cotabato towns for BOL plebiscite

Feb. 6 declared holiday in Lanao del Norte, 7 North Cotabato towns for BOL plebiscite

Malacañang has declared Feb. 6 a special non-working day in Lanao del Norte and seven towns in North Cotabato in observance of the Bangsamoro Organic Law plebiscite The holiday declaration stated in Proclamation No. 656 was signed by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea by authority of President Duterte last Jan. 21. “In order to give the […]

More than 12,000 minors were recorded to have been involved in various criminal activities since 2016, Philippine National Police chief Director General Oscar Albayalde said Wednesday, amid heated debates on the proposal to lower the age of criminal liability from 15 to nine-years-old. Albayalde said more than 1,300 minors were involved in rape cases while […]

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    A construction worker was arrested last Sunday in Malate, Manila, for allegedly raping an eight-month-old baby. Members of Manila Police District (MPD) Station 9 nabbed the 22-year-old suspect on  Dakota Street at 5 a.m. on Jan. 20, initial police report showed. In her complaint, the teen mother of the victim accused the suspect, […]

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Chinese residents urged to pay re-entry fees in BI offices

  THE Bureau of Immigration (BI) is asking Chinese residents in the country who plan to spend Chinese New Year abroad to pay their re-entry fees in any of the bureau’s field and satellite offices instead at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). BI port operations chief Grifton Medina issued the appeal following the expected […]

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President Duterte has named new appointees to various government posts, including renowned industrial designer Kenneth Cobonpue. Cobonpue has been appointed as member representing the private sector of the Department of Trade and Industry’s Design Advisory Council.  He will have a term of three years based on his appointment paper signed by the President last Jan. 21. […]

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3 Navotas cops relieved after minors’ arrest in drug den

    A POLICE precinct commander in Navotas and two of his men were relieved from their posts for failing to monitor the presence of a drug den in their respective area of jurisdiction. But what drew the ire of Director Guillermo Eleazar, chief of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), is that the […]

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