QCPD civilian employee axed for drug use

June 27, 2020
A female non-uniformed personnel of the Quezon City Police District tested positive for substance abuse is now facing criminal and administrative charges which will lead to her dismissal from government service without any benefits, National Capital Region Police Office director Major General Debold M. Sinas said yesterday.

3 Chinese held for swindling compatriot

June 27, 2020
Pasay city police chief Col. Erickson Dilag said the arrest Chen Yong Tao, 22 of 505A Solemare St. Paranaque City, Xi Yi Chen, 38 and Cai Jin Cheng, 36, both residents of No. 1207 D Shore Residence, Macapagal Blvd. Pasay, were based on the complaint of their compatriot Li Qi, 28 of Avida Tower I, Pasay City who was lured by the suspects to exchange his P1 million for RMB currency.

MMDA gets additional ferry boat

June 27, 2020
MMDA Chairman Danilo Lim signed a deed of donation with Reghis Romero II, chairman of the Philippine Ecological Systems Corporation, during the official turn-over of the new ferry boat Friday afternoon at the Guadalupe Station in Makati City.

Misting vs COVID-19, bacteria isinagawa sa Journal Group Office

June 27, 2020
MISTING VS COVID-19, BACTERIA ISINAGAWA SA JOURNAL GROUP OFFICE — Isingawa ang misting o pagpapausok laban sa COVID-19 at mga bacteria kahapon sa opisina ng Journal Group of Publications na naglalathala ng People’s Journal, People’s Tonight at Women’s Journal sa Port Area, Ermita. Ang disinfecting operation ay pinangunahan ni Bgy. Kagawad Jerome Buncal ng Bgy. 737 sa Mataas na Lupa at Munoz St, Malate Manila. Katulong ni Buncal sina Roston Garcia at Luis Valdez sa pag-disinfect ng lahat ng sulok ng bawat departamento. Sa susunod na buwan ay magsasagawang muli ng disinfecting operation sa pangunguna naman ng mga Korean national kasama ang MDRRMO ng Lungsod ng Maynila. Ito ay upang matulungan ang Duterte administration na labanan ang COVID-19 at masigurong ligtas ang mga manggagawa at bisita ng PJI sa virus at iba pang sakit. Kuha ni JONJON C. REYES

Cashless tollways payment pushed

THE chairman of the House committee on trade and industry has called for the passage of a proposed law that would pave the way for expressways to transition to a unified cashless collection system in a bid to minimize physical contact as the country transitions to the new normal.