Archive for June, 1997

Port Manager Bollozos out

Port Manager Bollozos outShocking confessions to Barber on drugs loom85% turnout of registered voters13 Cabinet men arriving tomorrowP40M hall’s stone laid;15″loyal”cops honored

Police chief resigns over wife’s drugs link

Police chief resigns over wife’s drugs link DOH “washing hands on purchased failure Agana running for governor,even if Threats to Bohol biodiversity Ex-Getafe Mayor Fuentes dies,79 Alex Bongcayao Bridges aims Central Visayas

Cops houses yield shabu

Cops houses yield shabu Prov’l SP seeks PPA port manager relief ₱200M fire razes Ubay public market SP asks Spanish govt.to construction Legaspi Galleon Voters Listing till 5pm today Sculptor to build Blood Compact Monument Bill filled to mark Compact Day

Two suspects rape-slay nabbed

Two suspects rape-slay nabbedCOA checks cash advancesLady pusher manhunt onProv’l SP summons PPA port managerNames of erring cops under wrapsLack of from mars registration days

Enrile seals Bohozos’fate

Enrile seals Bohozos’fate New registration list for ’98 polls starts RDC backs Bohol’s billions worth projects Calimbayan back city ABC prexy Mayor extends Agora vendors occupancy

City LawMakers seek PPA manager’s relief

City LawMakers seek PPA manager’s reliefDOTC boss here Friday107 marijuana sticks seized from Cebu pusher99th Independence rites tomorrow

Public outrage mounts vs.PPA

Public outrage mounts vs.PPA Cops linked to illegal fishing Political will behind water rate hike-Rene Cebuanos put off plan to buy water Ombudsman says case filed on choco Centureis-old Baclayon Church burglarized anew

Osmeña runnin for President

Osmeña running for President Reminiscent of Wartime Brutality Patient’s mother describes arrogance of PPA men City lawmakers demand reduction of water rates;petition filed De Villa’s sorties for presidential bid?

Barbers bares political agenda

Barbers bares political agenda No profit in next 5 years Irregularities in LCT Paglaum barge 9 policemen restricted 97t troop back to school FVR signs new GSIS law