OWNERS and drivers of more than 160 illegally parked vehicles were issued tickets while nine unattended vehicles were towed yesterday as part of the intensified crackdown by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority on illegal parking in Mabuhay Lanes, especially with the advent of the holiday season.
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A COMPLIANCE audit on the Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) has flagged the procurement of 22 desktop and laptop computers in August and December 22 for “contract splitting” and excessive cost per unit of the 12 laptops purchased without public bidding.
PRESIDENT Marcos Jr. yesterday urged Filipinos to emulate the heroism of the “Father of Philippine Revolution” and Katipunan Andres Bonifacio as he recognized the unsung modern-day heroes such as workers, police, military officers, medical practitioners, teachers and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
THE Philippine Army, which is leading the leading campaign to end communist insurgency in the country, said it is treating with “guarded optimism” the agreement of government and the communist National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) leaders to resume peace negotiations.
SEN. Ronald dela Rosa yesterday urged appropriate government agencies to check the veracity of an allegation made during a Senate committee hearing that Kabataan party-list Rep. Raoul Manuel is supposedly involved in the recruitment of young students to the communist movement.