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LTFRB open to proposed reduction of penalties
THE Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said it is open to the idea of amending the Joint Administrative Order (JAO) 2014-01, especially on the penalties imposed on “colorum” public utility vehicles (PUVs).LTFRB executive director Samuel Jardin said the ...
From 356 days ago
High-tech buses to serve Oro-Davao route
ONE of the biggest bus companies in the country has added a dozen more units that will ply the Cagayan de Oro-Davao route starting this week.Jessie Boy Lentorio, branch manager of the Rural Transit Mindanao Inc. (RTMI)-Yacapin, said the 12 ...
From 367 days ago
Woman killed by spouse was victim of abuse
MAMBAJAO, Camiguin – The woman who was shot by her own husband while attending mass on Sunday morning suffered physical abuse from her spouse and sought government help on several occasions.On Sunday morning, Ivy Linao, a mother of seven, was ...
From 384 days ago
Church leaders back pro-peace bill, call for resumption of talks
A GROUP of religious leaders have called on the communist rebels and the government to continue the peace negotiations as it urged both sides for the release of their captives.The Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform (PEPP) made this appeal amid the ...
From 392 days ago
Extreme sports enthusiasts unfazed by martial law in Mindanao
ASIDE from the beaches, mountain resorts and other attractions, sports tourism has become one of the reasons to visit Northern Mindanao with the recent holding of three major extreme sporting events in the region despite the implementation of martial law ...
From 395 days ago
LTFRB warns taxi drivers not to refuse passengers
AS THE Christmas season nears and the volume of commuters are expected to increase, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board-Northern Mindanao has reminded taxi drivers and operators not to be choosy in taking in passengers.LTFRB-Northern Mindanao regional director Aminoden ...
From 410 days ago
Church leader believes peace talks in peril after Dureza’s resignation
NOW that Jesus Dureza is no longer the government’s chief peace adviser, a church leader is worried that the peace negotiations will take a wrong turn and the efforts that all stakeholders have been working hard for will be undermined.Sowing ...
From 421 days ago
Sultan calls for unity among Muslim leaders ahead of BOL plebiscite
MADALUM, Lanao Del Sur -- A Maranao sultan has gathered some 500 traditional leaders from all over the two provinces of Lanao to put up a united front in supporting for the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) ahead ...
From 421 days ago
NorMin schools eyed as hub for innovations
THE four walls of the campus will remain as the best venue for future entrepreneurs and innovators to unleash their potentials as the region is being groomed as Mindanao innovation hub, officials said.Bronson Mabulay, head of the Center for Entrepreneurship ...
From 428 days ago
‘Green’ firm assures plastic-recycling facility safe
ALLAYING fears that it has imported toxic trash from South Korea, a company engaged in recycling of discarded plastic materials has assured that it is following environmentally approved processes as it vowed to comply with all the regulations set by ...
From 438 days ago