P113 million PCL fund nearly gone?

February 24, 2020
THE majority of the more than 17,000-strong, Philippine Councilors’ League (PCL) are set to ask their interim chairman, Davao City Councilor Danny Dayanghirang for an “explanation” on where their P113 million fund actually went when the PCL opens its 11th Congress in Pasay City this week.

Injectable shabu can cause overdose, diseases

February 23, 2020
PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency chair, Director General Aaron N. Aquino yesterday expressed much concern over the presence of injectable liquid shabu being sold online as he called on netizens to help them track down personalities involved in such illegal online trading.

Woman, 4 couriers yield P2M drugs

February 23, 2020
NEARLY P2 million worth of illegal drugs were seized from a suspected 21-year old female drug supplier and her four couriers in a series of buy-bust operation conducted by Marikina Police Station Drug Enforcement Unit the other day.

P3.4M shabu seized from 3 QC druggies

February 23, 2020
COMBINED agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Quezon City Police District on Saturday afternoon arrested three top drug suspects in Metro Manila after they conspired to sell 500 grams of shabu worth P3.4 million to an undercover officer in Novaliches, PDEA chair, Director General Aaron N. Aquino said.

Carpenter held for selling drugs

February 23, 2020
MAGSAYSAY, Davao del Sur – Joint efforts of the local police and the Davao del Sur Mobile Force (DSMFC), in coordination with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), led to the arrest of a carpenter who doubled as seller of illegal drugs on Saturday night.

BPI steps up bayanihan for Taal

February 23, 2020
IN the aftermath of Taal’s eruption last month, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) immediately responded by distributing relief goods to roughly 3,000 individuals (500 families). But even as displaced Taal families have started to return home, BPI does not intend to let up on its Bayanihan efforts. “Beyond emergency relief operations, BPI wants to help build something lasting, something that will greatly impact the communities affected by the calamity for the long term,” BPI President/CEO Cesar P. Consing said.