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TWELVE barangays in Bacolod City were affected by floods due to heavy rains triggered by southwest monsoon and induced by Typhoon Dindo over the weekend, the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (CDRRMO) said.
TWENTY-FIVE female trekkers, including one who was injured, were rescued by volunteers in Barangay Cabatangan in Talisay City, Negros Occidental, Sunday, August 28.
A COUPLE was abducted by a drug surrenderer and another person in Bacolod City early Sunday, August 28.
Police identified the victims as Joem Villacojer and his partner Roselyn Destua.
SENATOR Sherwin Gatchalian said that to curb the drug menace, a leader has to deal with it with strong hands.
THE progress of 38 drug surrenderers in Negros Occidental who completed the seven-day wellness camp at the Philippine Army’s Camp Major Gerona in Murcia town will be monitored.
THE number one drug suspect under the street level target list of Valladolid Municipal Police Station was arrested through a search warrant over the weekend.
APPLICANTS for party membership of Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) will undergo a screening and a seminar with the party's National Membership Committee.
BACOLOD City Administrator John Orola said the current administration intends to put order at the Central Market as part of the efforts to make Bacolod a livable city.
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