The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Eastern Visayas has started its investigation of the ill-fated M/V Lite Ferry 3 that capsized at the port of Ormoc City, Leyte claiming the life of a crew member.
The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on Emerging Infectious Diseases has placed Abra, Baguio and Bohol under general community quarantine (GCQ) with heightened restrictions, Palace spokesman Harry Roque said.
The Department of Health (DOH) Davao Center for Health Development reported 843 new Covid-19 cases in the region bringing the total number of active cases to 20,874.
Baguio City will put up its own waste-to-energy plant to solve the city’s garbage disposal problem and provide cheap and renewable energy.
Police operatives in Cebu City apprehended in an entrapment operation Monday an alleged Covid vaccination card counterfeiter.
Bohol Governor Arthur Yap is set to release a new executive order lifting the two-week ban of inbound and outbound travelers into the province upon the recommendation of the majority for province’s mayors despite objections from local health officials due to the possible local or community transmission of the Covid-19 Delta variant
The Cebu City Hall received Friday morning a bomb threat from an unknown texter resulting in the immediate evacuation of its employees and guests and the abrupt suspension of work.
A Cebuano human rights lawyer was ambushed in broad daylight at Sitio Banawa, Barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City, Thursday, Aug. 26.
The “upgraded” Siquijor Airport was officially inaugurated Thursday.
Negros Oriental investment scam mastermind surrenders for fear of his life
More than a hundred alleged victims of a “quick rich scam scheme” have sought police assistance in Valencia, Negros Oriental after its chief operating officer, a pastor, went into hiding.
Local authorities in Cebu City are investigating the alleged illegal and unsanitary storage of human cadavers in an abandoned building along the National Highway in Barangay Basak-Pardo.
The Province of Bohol was placed Monday under Alert Level Four, the highest Covid alert classification by the Department of Health (DOH) after most of its hospitals have reached “critical level.”
The Cebu City government turned over Monday a P12-million check to the Department of Health (DOH) – Central Visayas to hire 100 additional nurses as Covid cases increase and hospitals in the region are overwhelmed.
To address its rising Covid-19 cases, the Cebu City government has stepped up its strict implementation of minimum health protocols with the deployment of some 700 police and military personnel starting Monday, Aug. 16.
The Philippine government has decided to downgrade the quarantine classification of Laguna, Iloilo City and Cagayan de Oro City, areas under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) until Aug. 15.