By Jamie Marie Elona INQUIRER.net MANILA, Philippines—Two men, including an alleged leader of a partisan armed group, operating in Abra and nearby Cordillera provinces, were arrested Sunday evening in Pasig City.
AP Renewables Inc. (APRI) suspends the the disconnection of power supply to Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco), originally scheduled for 12 noon today, November 12, 2012.
AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI) issued a third disconnection notice to Abra Electric Cooperative (ABRECO) due to outstanding financial obligations and failure to fulfill its commitment as part of a restructuring program. The disconnection will take effect at 12 noon on November 12, 2012.
By Artemio Dumlao DOLORES, Abra – Two Abra policemen who were sacked for allegedly escorting “flying voters” were reportedly only providing security to an Abra town mayor helping legitimate voters being harassed not to register here.
By Maria Teresa B. Benas BANGUED, Abra, Nov. 5 (PIA) — Members of the Technical Working Group (TWG) of the Save the Abra River Project will push for the promotion of the Save the Ludong Project during its consultation meeting held at the Baluarte Zoological Park in Vigan City.
By Artemio Dumlao LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Recent events challenging stability in Abra ahead of the 2013 polls has posed a bigger challenge for the Cordillera police “to remove irritants.”
By Rubyloida Bitog TAYUM, Abra — Residents are trying to ‘clean’ the name of the province as a political hot spot by surrendering firearms to law enforcers in preparation for the upcoming May 2013 elections.
By Artemio Dumlao La Trinidad, Benguet – An attempt to sneak in alleged flying voters from an Abra town marred the last day of the voters’ registration in the province.