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Oil price hike looms again

OIL companies are again poised to implement another round of oil price hike, the fourth for the month and on top of implementation of the new excise tax for petroleum products of P4 under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and…

516 PDEA officers, men negative for drugs

A TOTAL of 516 officers and men of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency who took a surprised drug testing last Monday tested negative for substance abuse, PDEA chair Director General Aaron N. Aquino said yesterday. The PDEA personnel were subjected…

Crisologo lider ng PDP-Laban sa QC

ITINALAGA kamakailan ng PDP-Laban National Council si Quezon City Rep. Vincent ‘Bingbong’ Crisologo bilang leader ng ruling party sa naturang lungsod. Pinaniniwalaan na ang malaking hakbang na ginawa ng partido ay naglalayong palakasin ang kapit nito sa Quezon City. Sa…

Druggie sets house on fire!

ALBERT Torreon, 47, must have wailed like a baby when his wife left him home alone to work. His sadness however, quickly turned to rage then to madness. The alleged drug addict soon tried to end his misery by setting…

Sanggol hinampas sa pader, hinulog sa bintana ng ina

PARANG ulam na inilagay sa plastic ng ina ang kanyang bagong silang na sanggol. Hindi pa nakuntento at ay bigla niyang hinampas sa pader ang anak saka itinapon sa kanal mula sa bintana. Ayon sa isang radio report, ang insidente…

Abu releases 2 Indonesian hostages

THE Abu Sayyaf Group has released two Indonesians who were kidnapped in waters off Malaysia in November 2016. The Indonesian captives were released Friday night, the military said yesterday. They were identified as La Utu bin La Raali and La…

2 casino cheaters arrested

TWO Chinese casino players were arrested after they were caught trying to cheat to win using electronic gadgets in a casino hotel yesterday in Parañaque City. Police identified the suspects as Chang Wei-Ching, and Lin Hsiu-I. Police said the suspects…

Monreal: Airport cops to watch baggage movement at terminal

TO ensure the safety of passenger baggage at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminals, Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) general manager Ed Monreal said that airport police personnel will now be assigned to monitor the movement of baggage from…

Malabon firm loses P116K to burglars

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MORE than P116,000 cash and worth of office equipment and gadgets were stolen by still unidentified burglars from a company engaged in accounting and auditing in Malabon City. The incident was discovered Friday morning at around 8 a.m. when Shila…

Maid steals from employer, nabbed

A HOUSEMAID was nabbed the other night while her alleged cohort, also a helper in the same household, escaped after they allegedly stole from their employer in Bacood, Sta. Mesa, Manila. Suspect Myla Gallos, 22, a native of Romblon, is…

Man touches lady’s thigh in jeep, held

FOR allegedly touching the thigh of a young lady while they were both inside a passenger jeepney that was cruising along Tayuman in Sta. Cruz, Manila, a 29-year-old intoxicated man was arrested by the police. Now in the custody of…

Amid Mayon threat, DepEd acts to keep Albay studes, teachers safe

AMID threat posed by Mayon Volcano’s high-level of unrest, the Department of Education (DepEd) is closely coordinating with concerned offices to ensure that learners, teachers, and personnel are safe and well-informed. Since January 13, the DepEd, through its Regional Office,…

Nurses may apply for PhilHealth accreditation

THE Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) has announced that registered nurses in the Philippines may now apply for accreditation as providers of maternity care, newborn care and normal spontaneous delivery packages in accredited birthing homes. Under Circular 2017-0023 (Revision 1),…
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