An immigration officer of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) was relieved of her post after an unexplained departure of 19 Filipinos to the Middle East even without proper documents.
Authorities are still finding out if the business of an Indian national cost him his life after he was killed at a gasoline station in Brgy. Payatas in Quezon City
The Quezon City local government asked 39 dormitories around the University of the Philippines yo shutdown their operations. According to Isagani Versoza, official of the Quezon City building department, this
A woman was hit by a raging train in Sampaloc, Manila early this morning. Based on the initial investigation of the traffic division of the Manila Police district, the woman
All smiles, smiles are everywhere. Cameras are flashing and Atty. Rej Jularbal, DZRH’s news station manager, cut loose the ribbon that graces the DZRH’s 74th anniversary “Operation Tulong” job fair.
Gabriela party list expressed their worry with the report from the National Statistics Office regarding the alarming number of teenage pregnancies. According to Gabriela Rep. Luz Ilagan, early pregnancy is
The Quezon City police district confirmed that some militant groups are planning to spoil the State of the Nation Address of President Benigno Aquino III on July 22. But according
An Immigration officer from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport was removed from his post for allegedly being involved in Human Trafficking. Aside from the Immigration Commissioner Ricardo David Jr. ordered
Pasay city government has confirmed that the number of HIV/AIDS cases in their city has climbed up. Engr. Albert Paredes, chief of staff of the office of the mayor said
Two teenagers who pretended to be PDEA agents were identified after stealing an SUV in Quezon City just recently. The two suspects are Mark Joseph Reyes, 18-years-old, and Christoper Ducut