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Survey: Abigail Binay leads brother

An independent survey has showed that incumbent Makati City Mayor Abigail “Abby” Binay is leading the mayoral race against her brother former Mayor Junjun Binay. PUBLiCUS Asia’s independent #PahayagNCR survey showed that 67 percent of respondents will vote for Abigail while 20 percent will go for Junjun. Ricky Yabut, the third candidate, garnered two percent. […]

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500-kilogram saltwater croc caught in Palawan

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Palawan (PNA) – Wildlife authorities in Palawan have caught a saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) measuring 15.6 feet in Balabac, days after a fisherman was attacked and killed by a crocodile last month. Experts from the Palawan Wildlife Reserve and Rescue Center “extracted” the saltwater crocodile in Barangay Malaking Ilog at 2 p.m. […]

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Palace: Pope’s stand boosts campaign vs drugs

Malacañang said Sunday that Pope Francis’ stand against illegal drugs only validates President Duterte’s resolve to end the illegal drugs trade in the country. Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo made the statement after Pope Francis urged governments to combat drug addiction and courageously undertake the fight against those who “deal with death.” According to Panelo, the […]

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Malacañang on Saturday defended President Duterte’s decision to reassign Supt. Jovie Espenido back to Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental, saying the police officer’s drive against criminality can keep the city in check. Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo made the statement after a group called the Concerned Ozamiz Professionals opposed Duterte’s order for Espenido to return to Ozamiz. […]

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DAVAO CITY – Former Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Satur Ocampo, Alliance of Concerned Teachers party-list rep. France Castro, and 16 others who were accused of transporting minors in Talaingod, Davao del Norte were released after paying a total of P1.44-million bail or P80,000 each Saturday night. Police Regional Office 11 spokesperson Chief Insp. Jason Baria […]

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Duterte: P1 B spent for new guns

President Duterte has spent P1 billion to acquire new guns for soldiers and policemen to guard against deadly rebel attacks. The President admitted he was “sick and tired” of the brazen rebel assaults that left many soldiers and cops dead so the government decided to purchase new weapons. “I have decided to give you sidearms, […]

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