Roads, bridge closed for Holy Week

April 16, 2019
THE Manila Police District Traffic Enforcement Unit (MPDTEU) yesterday said that some roads will be closed starting today up to Good Friday on April 19 to give way to several religious activities related to the nationwide observance of Holy Week.

Nuclear power PH can stand up to China

April 15, 2019
AMID continuing spats over the disputed Spratly Islands, former Senate President and Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile said that the Philippines should develop it’s nuclear capabilities to improve its defense against possible threats in the long term, while resorting to negotiations in the short term particularly with a military behemoth like China.

Holy Tuesday oil price hike

April 15, 2019
Major oil companies Pilipinas Shell, Petron Corporation and Chevron Philippines in separate advisories said they will hike prices of gasoline by P1.05 per liter, diesel by P0.75 and kerosene by P0.60 effective at 6 a.m. today.

10-wheeler truck smashes other vehicles, 2 die, 6 hurt

April 13, 2019
Taguig police chief P/Col. Alexander Santos identified the fatalities as biker Danilo Pedroso, Jr and motorcycle rider fire officer Gerald Ian Hernandez, while Ronald Ortega, Christopher Auino, Aldren Ano, Jaime Ocfemia, Rogelio Salina and Cristel Castro were rushed to Taguig Pateros District Hospital for treatment of their body injuries.

P1.5M shabu seized in Makati

April 13, 2019
Makati police chief Police Col. Rogelio Simon identified the arrested suspects as Melvin Bulado, 21, merchandizer and resident of 3121 Gen. Garxia St., Bgy. Bangkal, John Arman Revidad, alias “Jerome,” 22, second year Business Administration student of City University of Pasay and resident of 662 Ilang-Ilang St., Bgy. 137 and Edgardo Sanchez alias “Kambal” of 1648 Belarmino St., Bgy. Bangkal.

DPWH praised for projects vs flood

April 11, 2019
VALENZUELA City Mayor Rex Gatchalian lauded Secretary Mark Villar of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) for the completion of the Wawang Pulo and Coloong pumping stations that will address the problem of flooding in the city.

2 brothers ‘1 girlfriend’

April 11, 2019
RAFAEL Lacson, 32, had long suspected that his elder brother Andi, 38, was having an affair with his live-in partner. Seething with jealousy, the suspicious man stabbed and seriously wounded his kuya in Malabon City. It was a rare case of blood not being thicker than water. All because of one woman.