According to PAGASA, the country will continue to experience the effects of the northeast monsoon.
Supreme Court Third Division issued a temporary restraining order against the Court of Appeals ruling lifting the arrest warrant on detained property developer Delfin Lee. Here’s Eagle News Reporter Juliet Caranguian with the details.
Supporters of businessman Delfin Lee appeared at the Court of Appeals as the said court conducts the writ of habeas corpus hearing. Here’s Eagle News Reporter Sophia Okut with the details.
‘More heinous than the pork barrel scam” is how Atty. Levito Baligod, Legal Counsel of the Department of Agriculture, described the anomaly in the use of budget in the said department. The whistleblower will submit documents and evidence to Department of Justice Secretary Leila De Lima today.
According to the PAGASA, the low pressure area that they spotted continues to draw near Mindanao, with last recorded location being 230 Km west-southweast of General Santos City.
) Businessman Delfin Lee will face the Court of Appeals today for a writ of habeas corpus hearing. The Special Division of the Courts of Appeals also summoned representatives of National Bureau of Investigation and Philippine National Police to show cause why Lee should not be freed. Delfin Lee is facing charges of syndicated estafa.
Various oil companies implemented minimal price hike and price rollback on their products.
Various provinces in Luzon and Metro Manila will experience scattered rains brought by the northeast monsoon.
In the midst of the search operations on the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airline flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, another Malaysia Airline flight was cancelled in the Ninoy Aquino International Airport after suffering technical difficulties.
According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, three moderate earthquakes struck the country today. The first quake, with a magnitude of 3.3 struck North Cotabato. The second, with a magnitude of 3.7, struck Bolinao, Pangasinan and finally another quake, with a magnitude of 3.3, struck Bohol.
Effective today, MRT 3 will implement longer operating hours, with journey extending to 10:30 PM going to Taft Avenue and 11:00 PM going to North Ave, to help alleviate the traffic situation brought about by the 15 government infrastructure projects.
According to PAGASA, the northeast monsoon may weaken and eventually stop affecting the country by next week.