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Classes from PRESCHOOL to SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL are suspended in public and private schools in the City of San Fernando, La Union due to inclement weather caused by #FalconPH. Classes in college and work in public and private offices will go on as usual.(PR/CIO)

Digong 8888 Hotline TV ‘level up’ mode to address complaints

MANILA – A new television show featuring concerned citizens’ complaints on public services will amplify solutions to address the remaining inefficiencies and corrupt practices of the government, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said on Thursday. State-run People’s Television Network 4 (PTV) will launch the weekly “Digong 8888 Hotline” show on July 11 with Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo, … Read More

Highway Patrol Group officer nabbed in Camp Crame for extortion

MANILA — Authorities on Wednesday nabbed a Philippine National Police-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) official right inside Camp Crame for alleged extortion. Col. Romeo Caramat, head of the Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group (IMEG) identified on Thursday the police officer as Maj. Raul Salle, deputy chief of the Operations Management Division of the PNP-HPG. Salle was collared … Read More

Tugade orders 24/7 construction of Sangley airport

CLARK, Pampanga — Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade has directed the 24/7 construction of Sangley airport in Cavite to meet the operational timeline set by President Rodrigo R. Duterte. Tugade ordered the hiring of additional manpower, the implementation of extended working hours, and the infusion of additional equipment starting Thursday, June 13. “Whatever it … Read More

El Niño to delay onset of wet season: PAGASA

DAGUPAN CITY — The El Niño phenomenon, which caused severely high and humid weather in the country, continues to weaken but the rainy season is not yet on sight, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). Jose Estrada Jr., PAGASA’s chief meteorological officer here, said the rains experienced in the province these … Read More