Seminoles edge Lions in 3A-3 battle

Seminoles edge Lions in 3A-3 battle

OSCEOLA – Scoring balance helped Osceola edge Manila 77-71 Monday in 3A-3 conference senior boys’ basketball. Daylen Love and Anthony Harris scored 19 points each for Osceola (14-4, 8-2 conference), with Love grabbing seven rebounds and Harris six. Jerry Long added 17 points and Terrance Nimmers 15 for Osceola, with Long also contributing seven assists.

2 Zamboanga Peninsula senior police officers promoted

2 Zamboanga Peninsula senior police officers promoted

THE Police Regional Office (PRO)-Zamboanga Peninsula has promoted two senior police officers to the next higher rank. Promoted to the ranks of police colonel were Police Lieutenant Colonels Eduard Mallo and Alikhan Yusop, chief of the Regional Community Affairs and Development Division and Regional Information and Communications Technology Division, respectively.

QC keeps restrictions on unvaxxed under Alert Level 2

QC keeps restrictions on unvaxxed under Alert Level 2

MANILA – Despite the easing of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) restrictions to Alert level 2 in the National Capital Region (NCR) starting Tuesday, the Quezon City government still limits the movement of unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. The city’s shopping malls and other businesses will allow entry only to the fully vaccinated who must present […]

Castelo matatag na QC vice mayoralty bet

Castelo matatag na QC vice mayoralty bet

NAPANATILI ni District 2 Councilor Winnie Castelo ang pangunguna sa Quezon City vice mayoral race laban kay incumbent Gian Sotto base sa pinakabagong Pulso ng Pilipino survey. Sa isinagawang survey ng The Issues and Advocacy Center noong nakalipas na Enero 10 hanggang 16, lumabas na 48% ng respondents ang nais na maging vice mayor si Castelo, stalwart ng Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats (CMD), habang 22% lamang kay Sotto.

Army moves ‘skilled’ battalion to Eastern Visayas in all-out bid to crush insurgency in region …

Army moves ‘skilled’ battalion to Eastern Visayas in all-out bid to crush insurgency in region | Rene Acosta

AN Army battalion from Davao has been redeployed in the Visayas region to boost the campaign against New People’s Army rebels in the central part of the country as the military races to end the communist-led insurgency before President Duterte leaves office this year. The 3rd Infantry Battalion (3rd IB),…

BIR employee nabbed for extortion

BIR employee nabbed for extortion

THE National Bureau of Investigation has arrested an employee of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) in Dipolog City, Zamboanga del Norte for robbery extortion. Renan Hechanova y Alforque of the BIR’s Revenue District Office 91 was nabbed in an entrapment operation sprung by the NBI Dipolog District Office (NBI-DIPDO) last Jan.

BOC Port of Cebu collects over P3 billion for January 2022

BOC Port of Cebu collects over P3 billion for January 2022

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Cebu has collected P3.3 billion in revenue for January 2022. This is 70.54 percent or P1.941 billion higher than its assigned target for the month at P1.37 billion. The BOC said on its Facebook page Wednesday, February 2, 2022, that last month’s top imports include petroleum products, electrical and non-electrical equipment, iron, steel, and rice.

COA grants P1-million claim of former IP representative in Benguet town council

COA grants P1-million claim of former IP representative in Benguet town council

Patrickroque01/Wikimedia Commons COA says Marcelo Abela ‘is entitled to compensation’ for serving as an Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative in the La Trinidad municipal council from October 2014 to December 2015 The Commission on Audit (COA) has granted the petition of a former indigenous people’s representative in the municipal council of La Trinidad, Benguet, for a money claim of over a million pesos in unpaid salaries and benefits when he served the town council.

PBA teams off and running – News

PBA teams off and running

PBA players and coaches are back in full scrimmages preparing for the resumption of the Governors’ Cup by Feb. 11. And all of them couldn’t be more ecstatic just being back and playing again after games were suspended for about a month following the recent spikes in COVID-19 cases.

Davao Rep. Pulong Duterte gives relief, cash aid to Bucana fire victims

Davao Rep. Pulong Duterte gives relief, cash aid to Bucana fire victims – Manila Standard

DAVAO CITY – Some 45 families and renters affected by a fire incident two weeks ago at SIR Phase 1 in Barangay 76-A Bucana near Bolton Bridge recently received relief and cash aid from the Office of the First Congressional District Rep. Paolo Duterte. Each of the recipients – 26 house owners (one absentee owner), […]

God morgen 2. februar

God morgen 2. februar

Vi ønsker alle våre lesere en riktig god morgen! 2. februar er Kyndelsmesse i den katolske kirke. Jomar og Jostein har navnedag. Kyndelsmesse (Kyndelsmesseknuten): Et knutepunkt. Navnet kommer fra det latinske ordet candela, som betyr vokslys eller kirkelys. Kirkelysene ble innviet på denne dagen.

Sotto knows senator who tried to delay resolution of Marcos DQ case

Sotto knows senator who tried to delay resolution of Marcos DQ case

SENATE President Vicente “Tito” Sotto 3rd knows the fellow senator who allegedly tried to delay the resolution of the disqualification (DQ) case against presidential candidate Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr. He confirmed that Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon had disclosed to him the name of his colleague who allegedly influenced Comelec Commissioner Aimee Ferolino-Ampoloquio.

Former govt officials back Robredo presidential bid

Former govt officials back Robredo presidential bid

FORMER government officials, including members of the late president Benigno Aquino 3rd’s Cabinet, support Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo’s presidential bid. “We are former Cabinet members, senior government officials, former chiefs of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, retired Ambassadors, and career civil servants who served under various administrations, most particularly that of President Benigno S.

UCCP, other religious groups join united front against Opol casino

UCCP, other religious groups join united front against Opol casino

Courtesy of Tito Mora More religious leaders sign a position paper calling on their members to work together to stop the operations of the Grand Imperial Casino in Misamis Oriental CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Philippines – One of the largest Protestant churches in Cagayan de Oro, the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP), and several evangelical groups have joined a united front of religious organizations to prevent a newly established casino in a neighboring Misamis Oriental town from resuming operations the moment the government downgrades the COVID-19 pandemic alert level in the province.

Can Tito Sotto dazzle his way to the vice presidency?

Can Tito Sotto dazzle his way to the vice presidency?

As befitting a TV personality, vice-presidential candidate and Senate President Tito Sotto launched his campaign alongside Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson in September last year via a 30-minute program that aired on major news channels and social media platforms. The taped program was filmed in a studio reminiscent of variety programs, complete with flashing LED lights, a live band and also an audience.

Mga naaresto ng PNP dahil sa paglabag sa election gun ban, nasa higit 560 na

Mga naaresto ng PNP dahil sa paglabag sa election gun ban, nasa higit 560 na – RMN Networks

Umabot na sa 567 ang naaresto ng Philippine National Police (PNP) na lumabag sa election gun ban. Batay sa PNP, 21 firearms ang kanilang nakumpiska, 71 ammunition, at siyam na deadly weapons. Ang mga nahuling lumabag ay mula sa Quezon City, Manila City, Davao City, Bataan, Cagayan, Muntinlupa City, Navotas City, Las Piñas City, Pasig […]

QC to conduct COVID-19 testing for Bar examinees, personnel, volunteers

QC to conduct COVID-19 testing for Bar examinees, personnel, volunteers

A total of 756 examinees as well as 350 personnel and volunteers at the 2020/2021 Bar exams will undergo COVID-19 tests to be supervised by the Quezon City government. According to the local government unit on Tuesday, the Supreme Court had agreed to provide the test kits while the city’s Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (QCESU) will conduct and oversee the rapid antigen testing of the individuals involved.

Photos: Lunar New Year celebrations around the world for Year of the Tiger

Photos: People across the world celebrate the Lunar New Year, ushering in the Year of the Tiger

Lunar New Year, also called Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, is marked by more than 1 billion people in Asia and across the globe. This year, it begins on Tuesday, Feb. 1, with celebrations including the hanging of decorative lanterns, the giving of cash gifts in red envelopes, and large street parades featuring dancing dragons and lions.

GM Antonio banners FIDE rated rapid over the board chess tourney

GM Antonio banners FIDE rated rapid over the board chess tourney

By MANILA—13-time Philippine Open Champion Grandmaster Rogelio “Joey” Antonio Jr. (Elo rapid 2426) is eyeing another chess title. GM Antonio banners FIDE rated rapid over the board chess tourney Marlon Bernardino PhilBoxing.com Antonio, 59, will lead the six-player cast in the two-day Fide rated rapid over the board chess tournament scheduled on Feb.

Active Covid cases in Cagayan de Oro rise to 2,381

Active Covid cases in Cagayan de Oro rise to 2,381

THE City Health Office reported on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, that Cagayan de Oro logged 189 new cases of coronavirus disease (Covid-19). The increase in the number of new cases recorded in the city in the past few days brought the number of active infections to 2,381, of which 474 were admitted to the Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) and other hospitals in the city, 1,844 were outpatients, and 63 were returning overseas Filipinos/locally stranded individuals (ROFs/LSIs).

Domestic air travel buoyant in January despite Omicron

Domestic air travel buoyant in January despite Omicron

Richmond Mercurio – The Philippine Star MANILA, Philippines – The growth in domestic travel remained unaffected by the threat of the Omicron variant last month (January), low-cost carrier AirAsia Philippines said. AirAsia Philippines said its data showed that the increase in COVID cases in January did not affect domestic travel as the company recouped 42 percent of its pre-COVID flight frequency during the month.

Winnipeg man wanted in Philippines for allegedly paying to watch child sex abuse

Winnipeg man wanted in Philippines for allegedly paying to watch child sex abuse: search warrant | CBC News

Marshall Ruskin, 63, a former civilian webmaster for the Department of National Defence in Winnipeg, is alleged to have wired thousands of dollars to dark web operators in the Philippines responsible for the creation of “heinous child sexual abuse videos,” including the series “Daisy’s Destruction.”

GF Vip 6, Manila trova un foglio in cucina: la regia stacca all’improvviso

GF Vip 6, Manila trova un foglio in cucina: la regia stacca all’improvviso

Nella Casa del Grande Fratello Vip 6 i misteri si infittiscono e ancora una volta riguardano presunti “copioni” o istruzioni da seguire. Dopo che alcune concorrenti avevano ipotizzato che Delia Duran nascondesse un copione nel suo armadio e che di tanto in tanto andasse a leggerselo, ecco che Manila Nazzaro, sorpresa, ha trovato un foglio un cucina.

1,477 new COVID-19 cases in Metro Manila lowest since Dec. 30, 2021 — OCTA

1,477 new COVID-19 cases in Metro Manila lowest since Dec. 30, 2021 – OCTA

MANILA, Philippines – Metro Manila’s new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday dropped to 1,477, significantly lower than the 4,040 additional infections recorded on Sunday, according to independent analytics group OCTA Research. OCTA Research fellow Guido David, citing data from the Department of Health (DOH), told INQUIRER.net that the 1,477 new cases was the lowest since December […]

‘His wife already knows,’ Guanzon says of senator behind delay in Bongbong Marcos’ DQ cases

‘His wife already knows,’ Guanzon says of senator behind delay in Bongbong Marcos’ DQ cases

Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon on Tuesday said that the wife of a senator from Davao already knows that her husband is behind the delay in the release of the resolution of presidential contender Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.’s disqualification cases.

Miyembro ng LGBTQ community, patay sa pananaksak ng 2 menor de edad

Miyembro ng LGBTQ community, patay sa pananaksak ng 2 menor de edad

Patay ang isang miyembro ng LGBTQ community matapos siyang pagsasaksakin ng dalawang menor de edad sa Zamboanga City. Ang bagong biling motorsiklo ng biktima, tinangay ng mga salarin. Sa ulat ni James Paolo Yap sa GMA Regional TV News nitong Martes, sinabing nakita ang duguang katawan ng biktimang si Arnel Fabian sa loob ng kaniyang kuwarto sa Zampen urban poor community noong madaling araw ng Enero 30.

Parañaque drug buy-bust: 7 arrested, almost P6 M shabu seized

Parañaque drug buy-bust: 7 arrested, almost P6 M shabu seized

MANILA, Philippines – Police seized almost ₱6 million worth of shabu and arrested seven suspects in a buy-bust operation Monday night in Barangay San Antonio, Parañaque City, the Southern Police District (SPD) reported on Tuesday. Authorities identified the arrested suspects as Bablyn Cabueñas, 35; Edwin John Gonzales, 39; Ebrahim Karim, 29; Ronnie Bayao, 35; Omera Guimad, 30; Amira Carel, 21 and Datu Rajabuyan, 19.

Cebu City courts to reopen tomorrow

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P30-B CCLEX on track to open this quarter; RFID installation resumes

P30-B CCLEX on track to open this quarter; RFID installation resumes – BusinessWorld Online

CEBU Cordova Link Expressway Corp. (CCLEC), the private company behind the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX), said it recently resumed its installation of radio-frequency identification (RFID) stickers for vehicles, weeks after Typhoon Odette battered Cebu. The construction progress of the P30-billion bridge project, which is expected to open this quarter, is now at 90%, CCLEC said in a statement posted on its website.