IZA IGLESIAS, TMT

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Lt. Col. Ferdinand Marcelino, a former official of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), and his alleged cohort filed a petition for bail pending preliminary investigation before a Quezon City court on Monday. Marcelino and his co-accused Yi Shou Yan alias “Randy,” a Chinese, were brought to the Quezon City…

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Closure orders were served to two privately-owned markets in Balintawak for multiple violations of national and local laws and regulations pertinent to market operations. Signed by Mayor Herbert Bautista, the order was served by market development and administration department (MDAD) head Noel Soliven to Cloverleaf and Riverview 2 markets, but…

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A taxi operators group on Friday has urged the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to grant their request for P5.00 charge for every two minute’ waiting time. The current waiting charge time for taxis is P3.50 for two minutes. Bong Suntay, president of Philippine National Taxi Operators Association…

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Former Iloilo representative and vice governor Rolex Suplico on Tuesday warned that Telstra and San Miguel Corp. may tap China’s ZTE Corp. when the joint venture wades into the Philippine telecommunications market. Suplico was among those who filed an impeachment complaint against former President Gloria Arroyo in connection with the…

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The Quezon City government has announced that it has received P172.8 million from the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) as settlement in a civil collection case. According to the city government, the settlement put an end to a three-decade long pending issue with the bank. Mayor Herbert Bautista said…

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After a series of reported incidents involving arrogant and rude cab drivers, some of which had gone viral on social media over the last several days, a taxi driver allegedly attacked his passenger with a katana (Japanese samurai) on Wednesday night in Quezon City. In an attempted homicide case filed…

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Administration vice presidential bet and Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo on Tuesday said she is optimistic that her ratings will climb when the official campaign period starts and she is seen with standard-bearer Manuel Roxas 2nd more often. “Most probably we will be more together than apart when the official…

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THE Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) reported that three earthquakes struck off the coast of Sarangani Province early Tuesday morning. The first quake was recorded at magnitude 6.4 and struck at 12:37 a.m. of Tuesday. The epicentre was recorded 313 kilometers southeast of Sarangani in Southern Mindanao with…

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The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and Philippine National Police’s Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force on Tuesday confiscated over P180 million worth of suspected methamphetamine hydrochloride, locally known as shabu, during a buy-bust in a warehouse in Barangay Lawang Bato, Valenzuela City (Metro Manila) At 8 a.m. of Tuesday,…

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THE Quezon City Regional Trial Court has denied for lack of merit the motion for reconsideration (MR) filed by a police officer in the Maguindano massacre. Senior Supt. Bahnarin Kamaong sought to overturn an earlier order of the court denying his petition for bail but TRC Branch 221 Judge Jocelyn…

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