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Cebu Pacific cancels flights as Mayon poses risks

CEBU Pacific (Cebgo) has cancelled flights that are bound for Legazpi, Manila and Cebu due to the heightened risk brought by Mayon Volcano since Tuesday.

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Driver in Alegria car crash charged

THE driver of the van that crashed into a mahogany tree in Alegria town, Cebu was charged on Tuesday afternoon, January 23, before the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor in Cebu City.

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Disaster council assures it is ready to assist Albay evacuees

THE National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) assured on Tuesday, January 23, that the government will be able to sustain the needs of about 50,000 evacuees affected by the eruption of Mayon Volcano in Albay province.

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More UST alumni return awards

(UPDATED) - Akbayan Representative Tom Villarin has joined other alumni who have decided to return the Thomasian Award they received from the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Alumni Association Inc.

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Use of body cameras in anti-drug operations depends on availability

THE use of body cameras by policemen is "encouraged", not required, during anti-drugs operations, based on the new guidelines issued by the Philippine National Police (PNP) for the conduct of Oplan Double Barrel.

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Filipino community in Chicago grieves over Alegria victims

THE Filipino community in Chicago expressed their grief over the seven Filipino-American doctors and nurses who lost their lives on Saturday, a day before the Fiesta Señor, in Alegria town, Cebu.

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CA justice says Sereno instruction on Ilocos 6 case 'irregular'

A Court of Appeals (CA) associate justice said she found Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno's instruction on the Ilocos 6 case irregular.

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Growth slows down, but Philippines still among fastest growing economies

THE Philippine economy slowed down in the last quarter, but officials said this was expected in a post-election year.

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