In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano…
LTFRB to stop GrabBike application
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has ordered the company of GrabTaxi to stop offering the GrabBike Application for the public. LTFRB also said that if it doesn’t stop, it would lose its accreditation as an app-enabled transport service.
Batangas mayor pleads “not guilty” for anti-trafficking case
Mataas na Kahoy, Batangas Mayor Jay Manalo Ilagan entered a “not guilty” plea to charges of rape and violation of the Anti-Trafficking Act of 2012 during his arraignment last Tuesday, January 28.
Drilon on BBL: ‘Not enough time to pass’
Senator Franklin Drilon gives up on the chance to pass the Bangsamoro Basic Law at the Senate before elections.
Tarlac solar power begins operation
The country’s biggest solar power plant to date, the 50.07 MWp Tarlac solar power project, started delivering power alongside the Luzon grid as part of its ongoing commissioning tests on January 27.
Former MRT 3 chief ask for PAO’s lawyer to court
Former MRT-3 General Manager Al Vitangcol shows up in the Sandigan Bayan to file for a motion in lieu of appointing the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) to represent him on his case.
Akihito: Japan will never forget Filipinos who died during World War II
All these and more on Tutok Lasalyano at 12:00 – 12:30 PM, anchored by April Cenedoza, Princess Arugay and Abraham Tayao.
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