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Garbage truck turns sideways at dumpsite

By Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Chief and Sita Asequia,Correspondent Iligan City — A garbage truck turned sideways near the city dumpsite at Sitio Bangko, Bonbonon, this city yesterday morning. Truck driver Eduardo Ardona told reporters after the accident that he sustained minor injuries only but the other man, the ...

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Ambushed former mayor recuperates in hospital

By Nora Soriño, Iligan City Bureau Chiefand Sita Asequia, Correspondent Iligan City — The former mayor of Zamboanga del Sur town of Dumingag, who survived an ambush attempt is currently recuperating in a hospital here in the city. However, reporters who did some trips to several hospitals here could not ...

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Angry Marawi folk demand to return to their homes after 2 years of living in tents

By FROILAN GALLARDO,Special Correspondent MARAWI City — Desperate residents of this predominantly Muslim city demanded that they be allowed to return to their ruined homes, two years after Islamic State-linked militants were defeated by troops. Marawi civil society group leader Drieza Liningding asks the House sub-committee on the Marawi rehabilitation ...

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Comelec declares M’nao poll hotspot

By Carolyn O. Arguillas of Mindanews ILIGAN City – The Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Tuesday declared the entire Mindanao as “Category Red Election Hotspot” in the run-up to the mid-term elections in May. The Comelec said it placed  “Mindanao Island Group,” Jones town in Isabela; Lope de Vega town ...

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NGO develops visual aid in reducing disaster risks

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Correspondent . ILIGAN City — Success Initiatives, a non-government organization presented to a group of reporters an audio-visual aid in teaching the use of Indigenous Knowledge in reducing natural disaster risks. The video presentation was done by Nenen Delos Santos Juevesano who asked for feedback. ...

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Missing former XU teacher found dead

  By JOEY NACALABAN and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents . THE grisly murder of a former Xavier University philosophy teacher would likely end up as another cold case because none of his relatives, who are under threat, have sought the help of the police. But Camp Alagar started looking into the ...

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‘Donated vehicles not fully operational yet’

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief . iligan City — The pick -up vehicles donated by the city government are not fully operational yet, said Chief Insp. Jovane Cabusas. “They are still in the surroundings at the police headquarters in Tipanoy, this city,” Cabusas said. Although, he added, sometimes, ...

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