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Truck in Laguna crash old model, unregistered

The trailer truck involved in a road crash in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna that killed six persons and injured 15 others over the weekend was found out to be an old model and not registered with the Land Transportation Office, the Department of Transportation said Monday. The DoTr said investigation revealed that the Isuzu trailer […]

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President Duterte has granted financial support to the Citizen Armed Forces Geographical Unit personnel in appreciation of their contribution in addressing the country’s security threats. Under Executive Order No. 69, qualified CAFGU Active Auxiliary units will each be given P7,000 per month covering the months of November and December 2018. The order, signed by Executive […]

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Balangiga bells return Tuesday

The historic Balangiga bells will arrive from the United States at the Villamor Airbase in Pasay City Tuesday. High-ranking Philippine defense and United States officials will be on hand to witness their arrival. The Department of National Defense-Public Affairs Service said the pre-program activities will start at about 10 a.m. which include arrival, unloading, and […]

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Sen. Antonio F. Trillanes IV on Monday posted bail over libel charges filed against him by the eldest son of President Duterte and Atty. Manases Carpio in Pasay City. The senator arrived at the Pasay City Regional Trial Court Branch 118 presided over by Judge   Rowena Nieves with his lawyers Reynaldo Robles and  Lani Caniero. […]

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Malolos SK official killed in car crash

PLARIDEL, Bulacan – The Sangguniang Kabataan Federation chairman of Malolos City, this province, was killed when the sports car he was driving rammed into three houses and a jeepney in Barangay Sto. Nino here Monday morning. Police identified the victim as Mark Paulo San Diego Manaysay, 24, and a resident and councilor of Malolos. Witnesses […]

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Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno has requested the House leadership to reschedule the “Question Hour” to a later date to ensure that appropriate responses and clarifications will be given to the House regarding the supposed “election  budget” or the proposed 2019 P3.757-trillion national budget. In a letter to House Speaker Gloria M. Arroyo dated Dec. 7, 2018, the Budget […]

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