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Senate approves postponement of barangay, SK polls

VOTING 17-1, the Senate approved on third and final reading the postponement of the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections from October this year to May 2018.

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Davao, Cebu pilot cities for OTS integrated system

SECURITY systems for the seaport, airport and bus terminals of Cebu and Davao City will soon be integrated and monitored in the Office of Transport Security (OTS) in Manila.

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Duterte receives Cebu Declaration

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte received on Monday, September 18, the Cebu Declaration, which opposes the Philippine National Police (PNP) directive denying media access to police spot reports.

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DOJ issues lookout order vs 16 fraternity members

THE Department of Justice (DOJ) on Wednesday ordered the Bureau of Immigration (BI) to place under its lookout bulletin the 16 individuals allegedly involved in the killing of University of Santo Tomas law student Horacio Tomas Castillo III last S

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September 21 protests aimed at Duterte

LEFT-leaning activists on Tuesday downplayed President Rodrigo Duterte's semblance of support for the nationwide protests on September 21 and stressed that these are aimed at the President and his policies.

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House panel junks impeach rap vs poll chief

MANILA (Updated) -- The House committee on justice decided on Wednesday, September 20, to dismiss the impeachment complaint filed against Commission on Elections Chairman Juan Andres Bautista after its members found it insufficient in form.

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Man dead, wife injured in Mandaue City accident

A MAN died on the spot, while his wife was injured after a boom truck ran over them around 11:24 a.m. Wednesday, September 20, on North Reclamation Area in Barangay Subangdaku, Mandaue City.

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BAP: Banks to remain open on September 21

THE Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP) released a statement Wednesday to inform the public that all its member banks will remain fully operational despite the suspension if work in government offices on Thursday, September 21.

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