Category: News

CA clears 17 cops in 2008 Parañaque shootout

By MARK MERUEÑAS,GMA News August 6, 2014 12:22pm     The Court of Appeals has cleared of murder charges 17 police officers linked to the 2008 Parañaque shootout with alleged robbers that left 16 people...

RITM on top of preparations for possible Ebola cases

From rappler.com: By Jee Geronimo   MANILA, Philippines – The Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) on Tuesday, August 5, assured Filipinos it is “on top” of preparations to make sure that the Philippines...

11-year-old PH student wins at int’l letter-writing contest

From rappler.com: MANILA, Philippines – An 11-year-old Filipino student bested other young people from all over the world in an international letter-writing contest, winning the Philippines’ first medal in the competition’s nearly 43-year history....

Bilibid inmates question new rules on good conduct incentives

From sunstar.com.ph: By Virgil B. Lopez Thursday, July 31, 2014 TWO government officials were recently ordered by the Supreme Court (SC) to comment on the petition of inmates of the New Bilibid Prisons (NBP) against...

Maynilad spending P273 million on new pipes in Muntinlupa

By: Euan Paulo C. Añonuevo, InterAksyon.com August 4, 2014 5:10 PM MANILA – As part of its expansion program, Maynilad Water Services Inc will lay down new pipelines in Muntinlupa City. In a statement, the...

“Gagamboys” in Paranaque still at it; Be warned and share

We remember writing about this early this year when a reader called our attention by narrating an incident involving young boys along MIA Road who were harassing them into giving them money (please see...

45 Las Pinas infra projects fast-tracked

By Kristine Felisse Mangunay |Philippine Daily Inquirer 4:09 am | Monday, August 4th, 2014   MANILA, Philippines–The Las Piñas government is accelerating 45 infrastructure projects this year to “enhance the city’s economic development.”   In a...

Muntinlupa store caught violating price freeze

By Amy R. Remo |Philippine Daily Inquirer 4:13 am | Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 MANILA, Philippines—The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has reminded stores within areas where a state of calamity has been declared to...

Muntinlupa still feeling effects of “Glenda”

The Muntinlupa city government still have its hands full with major repair jobs in the aftermath of Typhoon “‘Glenda,” with P36 million allotted so far to restore major public facilities, including those used as...