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BOHOL’S top tourist attractions such as the Chocolate Hills and Loboc River Cruise, are safe, assured top government officials.
A suspicious-looking man who spoke Tagalog was spotted in a village in Barangay Buenos Aires, Tubigon, Bohol last Wednesday afternoon.
SUPT. Maria Christina Nobleza was reportedly forced to marry alleged bomb expert Renierlo Dongon, so the government could infiltrate the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG).
MORE than 400 contraband were confiscated yesterday inside the Operation Second Chance Center (OSCC), barely a month after the Cebu City Government took over the management of the facility.
AN improvement is expected to happen in the Liberty Shrine, the supposed spot where the encounter between Datu Lapu-lapu and Ferdinand Magellan took place on April 27, 1521.
VICE Gov. Agnes Magpale will promote the reactivation of the Barangay Intelligence Network in the Regional Peace and Order Council Meeting on May 3 at Cebu Grand Hotel.
THE new set of requirements required by the Philippine National Police (PNP) is one of the major reasons the Cebu City Government failed to renew the licenses of its firearms for over a year now.
SIX drug suspects were arrested in separate police operations in Lapu-Lapu City last Monday.
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