102 OFWs from the US arrive

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) warmly welcomed today the arrival of 102 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), composed of five land-based workers of Toa Corporation from Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire and 97 crew members of MS Norwegian Joy, docked in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Packing company produces PPE for COVID-19 frontliners

DAVAO CITY —- A Davao-based Packaging Corporation and Anflo Group of Companies produced various Personal Protective Equpments ( PPEs) and donated the same to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) frontliners. In a Facebook post by Samal Island Information, it revealed that the DPC and Anflocor through its president Antonio Ernesto F. Lagdameo Jr. produced and distributed …

300 distressed OFW’s from Kuwait arrived

DAVAO CITY — Some 303 distressed Overseas Filipino Workers from Kuwait arrived on Saturday April 4, at around 11:50 in the evening at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, said the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). The foreign affairs department in a statement said they welcomed them as they availed the government’s repatriation program. The DFA …

Burial of suspected COVID-19 casualty worries residents

ILIGAN CITY — The patient, believed to have died of COVID-19 in a hospital in Iligan City last Sunday afternoon, was buried past on Monday afternoon at city government owned quarry in  Barangay Bonbonon, here. The LGU did not release any information about the burial and the patient’s cause of death yet, but a group of media was …

Duterte checks implementation of COVID-19 order

DAVAO CITY — To make sure  that the screening procedure and  COVID-19 protocol is observed, President Rodrigo Duterte  went to the  boundary of Valenzuela City in Metro Manila and Meycauayan, Bulacan along MacArthur Highway early Tuesday. On Monday night, Duterte appealed for volunteerism as he invited country’s conglomerates to contribute as the country tries to …

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LOOK!President Rodrigo Duterte with Senators Christopher “Bong” Go, Ronal dela Rosa listen to the officials of Marawi City during a meeting to discuss updates on the Marawi Rehabilitation efforts at the Malacañan Palace on March 4, 2020. -Malacañan photo

Duterte commemorates father’s 52nd death anniversary

DAVAO CITY — President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Friday night visited the tomb of his parents at the Roman Catholic Cemetery in Davao City to commemorate his father’s 52nd death anniversary. Accompanied by his former long-time aide and now Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go, President Duterte arrived at the cemetery around 10 p.m. He offered flowers …