Daily Archive: November 2, 2017

‘Ramil’ out of PH but rains to persist in N. Luzon due to ‘amihan’

‘Ramil’ out of PH but rains to persist in N. Luzon due to ‘amihan’

‘Ramil’ out of PH but rains to persist in N. Luzon due to ‘amihan’

Severe Tropical Storm “Ramil” has left the Philippine area of responsibility at midnight but the northeast monsoon or “amihan” will continue to bring rains over Northern Luzon and some parts of the country, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said on Friday.

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DILG warns public of bogus Asean forum

DILG warns public of bogus Asean forum

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) reminded the public to be wary of joining events purportedly organized for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean).

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More immigration officers to fight trafficking, terror

More immigration officers to fight trafficking, terror

More immigration officers from areas in the southern Philippines will be hired to beef up the country’s southern border against the movements of human traffickers, their victims and terrorists.

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Mega drug rehab center a mistake? Execs disagree

Mega drug rehab center a mistake? Execs disagree

Mega drug rehab center a mistake? Execs disagree

The heads of two antidrug agencies working directly under the Office of the President do not see eye to eye when it comes to the Mega Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Center (MDATRC) at Fort Magsaysay in Nueva Ecija province.

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Sara for President? Cheap talk, says Duterte

Sara for President? Cheap talk, says Duterte

Sara for President? Cheap talk, says Duterte

President Duterte summarized in two words reports about his daughter, Sara, running for President—cheap talk.

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Hapilon’s chief aide slain as troops hound stragglers

Hapilon’s chief aide slain as troops hound stragglers

The right-hand man of slain Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon and a still-unidentified member of the Maute group were killed on Wednesday night as government troops pressed their hunt for 39 or so terrorist stragglers hiding among the ruins of the main battle area here.

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No gov’t funds used for center, says Palace

No gov’t funds used for center, says Palace

No gov’t funds used for center, says Palace

Malacañang on Thursday said the government did not spend public funds in building the “mega” drug rehabilitation facility in Nueva Ecija, which Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) chair Dionisio Santiago said was a “mistake.”

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With FDA nod, SC seen to OK 35 contraceptives

With FDA nod, SC seen to OK 35 contraceptives

At least 35 of the 51 contraceptive products being tested to determine if they are safe to use and cannot cause abortion may already have been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Ex-Butuan mayor faces graft raps for fatal fire

Ex-Butuan mayor faces graft raps for fatal fire

The Ombudsman has ordered the filing of graft charges against former Butuan City Mayor Ferdinand Amante Jr. for issuing a business permit to a garments store that later burned down in a 2012 tragedy that killed 17 workers and turned out not to have a fire safety and inspection certificate (FSIC).

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Former mayor says graft conviction unfair

Former mayor says graft conviction unfair

Former Mayor Ramon Talaga Jr. said he would exhaust all legal remedies to correct what he called an “unfair” decision from the Sandiganbayan that found him guilty of graft over irregularities in a P36-million computerization project in 2002.

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