Several major cities in Metro Manila and provinces suspended classes on Thursday, June 14, due to the continuing inclement weather caused by southwest monsoon or habagat.
Several mayors in Metro Manila announced suspension of classes in their respective areas Monday due to inclement weather caused by southwest monsoon or habagat.
Law enforcers seized close to one kilogram of suspected shabu worth P5 million during a raid at a house in Muntinlupa City early Monday.
There's no need to crowd Tagaytay just to see this majestic view.
Classes were suspended in Metro Manila on Friday and some parts of Luzon due to Tropical Depression "Salome”.
Metro Manila and 20 other areas in Luzon and Visayas were placed under signal number 1 due to Tropical Depression Salome.
Mayor Joseph “Erap” Estrada on Monday placed Manila’s emergency units in renewed full alert amidst the local disaster chief’s warning that the feared “Big One” - a 7.2 magnitude tremor – may strike metropolis anytime soon.
The Department of Education is taking its fight against smoking online, launching a Facebook page and a website to teach children about the dangers of tobacco products.