Weapons seized

AGENTS of the Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group on Tuesday arrested a suspected crime gang leader in Pangasinan following a raid in his residence which led in the seizure of a cache of unlicensed weapons, a report to PNP-CIDG director, Brigadier General Joel Napoleon M. Coronel said.

Bill on free freight services for relief goods approved

Freight companies refer to companies that specialize in the moving or transporting of freight or cargo from one place to another, while freight forwarders are companies that organize and bring shipments from the manufacturer or producer to its final point of distribution. Lastly, private carriers refer to entities that undertake the delivery of passenger or goods for compensation, without being engaged in the business of carrying as a public employment.

Eleazar gets third star

FORMER National Capital Region Police Office director Major General Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar yesterday took his oath as a 3-star or a Police Lieutenant General before Philippine National Police Officer-in-Charge Lt. Gen. Archie Francisco F. Gamboa.

Bulacan LGUs hit MIA delay

December 05, 2019
LOCAL government units in the province of Bulacan expressed dismay and fought back against the delay of the groundbreaking of the $15-billion Bulacan Airport Project scheduled for this month due to the new issue raised by Finance Seretary Carlos Dominguez III.

House hails gold winners

December 05, 2019
THE House of Representatives will raise at least P10 million collected from the January 2020 salaries of all its members to grant additional benefits to Filipino gold medalists of the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG), the Office of Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano said Thursday.

Probe water firms’ losses claim — solon

Based on the ruling, the Philippine government has to pay Manila Water P7.3 billion for the company’s losses from June 1, 2015 to November 22, 2019 and the amount paid to the PCA and 85% of other claimed costs as a result of the arbitration that Manila Water filed in 2015 after the government refused to pay its demand amounting to P79 billion from 2015 to 2017 when it was not allowed to raise tariffs.