The PNP asked an independent body to investigate the case against the Laguna police to avoid “whitewash”.
Former Congressman Augusto Syjuco Jr., asked the Supreme Court to continue hearing of the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) despite said case being asked by the government to be dismissed for being moot and academic.
Chairperson Etta Gonzales asks her personnel in the Commission of Human Rights (CHR) to investigate other provincial intelligence branch and regional offices of the Philippine National Police after discovering the torture cell in Biñan, Laguna.
Vhong Navarro’s lawyer and manager met DILG Secretary Mar Roxas to ask for tighter security for the TV host.
In pursuit of good governance, Malacañang disbanded three GOCC’s involved in the controversial pork barrel scam.
144 families in Pasong Tamo, Quezon City lost their homes after a huge fire destroys thirty houses with a single casualty.
President Aquino plans to mitigate the effect of natural disasters to our country by tasking the Cabinet to create a Disaster Preparedness Roadmap.
Valenzuela Congressman, Sherwin Gatchalian appeals to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to send support teams that will help hundreds of families affected by the military conflict in Maguindanao.
MORE than 30,000 people came to the Iglesia Ni Cristo’s relief-medical and evangelical mission dubbed as “Lingap-Pamamahayag” Friday, Dec. 13, at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. The event started at 1 p.m., with the opening of the free medical and dental services that served as a way for the INC brethren to show their concern for their countrymen. Relief bags containing rice, noodles and canned goods were also distributed to the attendees when the main […]
The Iglesia Ni Cristo holds “Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko” at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. Several thousands are expected to attend the medical-relief mission which startedat1 in the afternoon and will end at 5 in the afternoon. The main part of the event, the evangelical mission will start at 4 in the afternoon.
The Iglesia Ni Cristo continues its humanitarian efforts, conducting “Lingap sa Mamamayan” in Quezon City Memorial Circle, in partnership with the Felix Y. Manalo Foundation.
ORMOC City – The Iglesia Ni Cristo conducted its second wave of its relief operations and medical mission here in Ormoc City on Wednesday, Nov. 27, giving some 80,000 relief packs and providing free medicines to survivors of supertyphoon Yolanda. Ormoc residents said this was the biggest relief operation they have seen so far since the Nov. 8 tragedy in the city that had also survived the flashflood of 1991 which claimed 5,000 lives. The […]