Initial Ompong casualties light

September 16, 2018
AS predicted, strong winds and heavy rains brought about by typhoon Ompong pummeled Luzon early yesterday morning toppling trees and power lines, tearing off roofs and destroying lightly-built houses, but miraculously it started to leave the country with very minimal casualties.

Trillanes sued

September 16, 2018
LABOR Undersecretary Jacinto “Jing” V. Paras and two others filed a complaint against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV accusing him of violating the Revised Penal Code Art. 142 Inciting to Sedition and Art. 136 Proposal to Commit Coup d’ etat.

Senator to stay in Senate haven

September 16, 2018
FOR fear that his case may suffer the same fate as detained Senator Leila de Lima’s, Senator Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV yesterday said that he may well stay inside the Senate for two more weeks or until the courts have already decided on the issue of his arrest.

Pray we weather storm –– Albayalde

September 15, 2018
CALLING on all Filipinos to pray “so that we will weather the storm,” Philippine National Police chief Director General Oscar D. Albayalde yesterday assured the public that all police search-and-rescue personnel and equipment have been prepositioned in areas that will be hit by super typhoon Ompong.

Mind Murphy’s law

September 15, 2018

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has called on the public to be prepared and be ready to reckon with Murphy’s Law even as he stressed the need for constant communication between government agencies in ant