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Monsoon continues to bring cold mornings to PI

The northeast monsoon will continue to bring in cold mornings according to PAGASA. The temperatures slight increase in the past two days is caused by winds coming from the Pacific bringing a short break in the cold weather. Fair weather is expected in the next five days but a cyclone may enter the country this month and will be named “Caloy”.

Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo, dismayed over DOJ decision

Denice Cornejo and Cedric Lee are dismayed about the decision of the Department of Justice. According to the legal counsel of Cornejo and Lee, they should have been given the chance to be heard by the Prosecutor’s Office regarding the case they filed against TV Personality and Actor Vhong Navarro.

Case Regarding Rice Smugglers

The Secretary of the Philippine Department of Justice Leila De Lima, is infuriated with the comment made by Duterte regarding the smuggling case. She commented that although the investigation is a bit slow, it is because they wanted to iron the kinks in the cases so it will be hard to run from the case filed.

Bus on Fire on SLEX

At around six in the morning, a bus was on fire on the South Luzon Express or SLEX. The location of the said bus on fire was near Alabang, Muntinlupa.

7 Oil Companies raise oil prices

7 major oil companies in the country raised its oil prices together at around six in the morning. This price hike includes a P0.25 for diesel and P0.10 for gasoline. This is the second week that the 7 major oil companies have raised the prices.

DOJ to consolidate raps in Navarro-Cornejo case

According to Prosecutor General Claro Arellano, The Department of Justice is consolidating the case filed by actor-TV host, Vhong Navarro, against the group that assaulted him and the rape case filed by Denise Cornejo against him. The DOJ Panel of Prosecutors simultaneously resolved both complaints to speed up the preliminary investigation and to avoid conflicting findings.

Palace insists on “no-build zone policy” in eastern Visayas

MANILA, Feb 2 (PNA) — Despite some calls by typhoon “Yolanda” survivors for the abolition of the no-build zone policy, Malacanang on Sunday has remained firm in keeping its policy for the safety of residents. Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said on state-run dzRB Radyo ng Bayan that the policy will continue to be implemented along the eastern seaboard of Eastern Visayas. Valte said that this was to avoid another calamity from wrecking havoc as […]