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Wide-ranging Customs revamp set

Wide-ranging Customs revamp set

Some Bureau of Customs personnel are next on the chopping block of President Duterte, especially those involved in corruption and illegal money-making activities. A Customs insider said that a wide-ranging revamp is about to take place at the agency as part of the cleansing of the BoC to show Duterte is serious in the anti-corruption […]

Couple yields P3.4-M shabu in Pasig sting

  Police seized Sunday around P3.4 million worth of shabu from a couple in a buy-bust operation in Pasig City. Quezon City Police District director Brigadier General Joselito Esquivel Jr. identified the suspects as Mark Kim Cudia, 28, and his live-in partner Patricia Jane Dayta, 19. Members of Quezon City Police District Station 7, Eastern […]

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Oil firms hike prices this week

It will be a reverse course for pump prices this week with slight increases anticipated to range between P0.15 to P0.40 per liter for diesel and gasoline products. That had been due to the uptick in prices in the world market logged in the outcomes of recent trading days, according to the industry players. Basically, […]

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Beijing confirms Chinese trawler hit PH fishing vessel

Beijing yesterday confirmed that a Chinese vessel hit a Philippine fishing boat in a collision which has increased tensions in the disputed South China Sea but denied claims it was a “hit and run.” The Chinese trawler sailed away after the incident Sunday near Reed Bank or Recto Bank that sank the fishing boat, sparking […]

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Palace assures Duterte will act on Reed Bank incident

Malacañang has assured that President Duterte will undertake appropriate measures to address the Reed Bank incident and will not just stay quiet about it. Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo made the statement as the public has started to question the President’s silence about the recent sinking of a Filipino fishing vessel allegedly by a Chinese vessel. […]

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Cop tagged in boy’s death dismissed

The Caloocan City police officer tagged in the shooting and killing of six-year-old Gian Habal in Caloocan last April was dismissed from his post last Friday. In a three-page decision from the Philippine National Police, Corporal Rocky delos Reyes was found guilty of grave misconduct after it was found out that “there is a substantial […]

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