Monday, July 26, 2021

PH security sector 'stronger' under Duterte's term

DEFENSE SECRETARY  Delfin Lorenzana on Monday said President Rodrigo Duterte accomplished most of the things he planned to do in the security sector. 



3 die, 5 injured due to monsoon rains; agri damage at P14-M

THE NATIONAL  Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) on Sunday reported three deaths and five injuries due to incessant rains brought about by the southwest monsoon that was enhanced by Typhoon Fabian.



Observe health protocols or disperse, SONA protesters told

PROTESTERS DURING  President Rodrigo Duterte's ultimate State Of the Nation Address (SONA) Monday afternoon are told to observe health protocols as failure to do is enough reason to stop the rally.



Solcom chief Parlade retires

SOUTHERN LUZON  Command (Solcom) chief Lt. Gen. Antonio Parlade Jr. on Sunday formally retired from the military after 38 years of service.



Peace and order improved under PRRD

 THE PEACE  and order situation greatly improved under the Duterte administration, according to Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso on Monday.



Duterte’s final SONA may last for ‘less than an hour’

PRESIDEMT RODRIGO  Duterte is expected to deliver his sixth and final State of the Nation Address for just less than an hour, Malacañang said on Monday.  



4 fully vaxxed Delta cases asymptomatic, with mild symptoms

FOUR PERSONS who received their coronavirus shots were either asymptomatic or has mild symptoms when they contracted the highly transmissible Delta variant, showing that vaccination works even against new variants, a health official said Monday.



PH Red Cross as gov’t ally in ‘4-door strategy’

THE PHILIPPINE  Red Cross (PRC) as an active ally of the government reminds the public to take extra care with the new easily transmissible Delta variant now present in the country.



Sunday, July 25, 2021

Barangay, nadale ng diarrhea

NORTH COTABATO – Nagbabala ang mga health experts sa publiko na pakuluaan ang kanilang mga tubig upang masigurong ligtas ito sa anumang bacteria matapos na 2 katao ang nasawi at maraming iba ang tinamaan ng diarrhea sa bayan ng Santo Tomas sa Davao del Norte kamakailan lamang.



Over 180 Bukidnon cyclists join ‘Bike for Peace’

BUKIDNON – More than 180 cyclists from various towns and cities in Bukidnon province joined a 50-kilometer trip as a show of solidarity and indignation against the atrocities of the communist rebel group New People’s Army (NPA).



CDO hog raisers loss pigs due to ASF

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Some P10.8 million were released by the Department of Agriculture (DA) to 637 hog raisers who were affected by the African Swine Fever (ASF) here.



Ozamiz couples finally wed

OZAMIZ CITY – Nearly 300 couples took part in the mass wedding here which coincided with the city’s 73rd Charter anniversary celebration.



U.S. donates 3.2 million doses of J&J vaccines

KIDAPAWAN CITY – Washington donated over 3.2 million doses of Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines to the Philippines through the COVAX facility.



Duterte threatens ex-Foreign Affairs Chief Del Rosario

PRESIDENT RODRIGO Duterte has threatened former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario after he alleged that China meddled in the 2016 elections that catapulted the former Davao City into the presidency.



Mga buang!

TINAWAG NI Pangulong Duterte na “sira ulo” o “buang” at “anti-social” ang mga taong tumatanggi sa bakuna matapos nitong paniwalaan ang isang survey na nagsasabing 43% lamang sa mga respondents nito ang pabor sa bakuna.



Fight Covid, stay safe!

WHILE THE number of Covid-19 cases is decreasing, Mayor Beng Climaco reminded locals not to be complacent as the deadly respiratory virus continues to pose grave risk to everyone, especially now that the country has recorded more patients with the Delta variants, the most contagious among all variants to date.



Zambo nominated for '2021 Most Business-Friendly LGU Award'

THE BUSINESS sector continues to rally behind the Climaco administration and even nominated the local government for the “2021 Most Business-Friendly LGU Award.”