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LTFRB, magbubukas ng mga one-stop shop para sa mga pampublikong sasakyan

Magbubukas ng mga one-stop shop para sa mga pampublikong sasakyan ang Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) sa susunod na linggo upang tugunan ang mga pangangailangan ng mga operator at driver. Source link link: LTFRB, magbubukas ng mga one-stop shop para sa mga pampublikong sasakyan.....»»

Category: newsSource: manilainformer manilainformerJan 12th, 2018

Lingap Para sa Bayan: One-stop shop for health services opens in Davao

Lingap Para sa Bayan: One-stop shop for health services opens in Davao.....»»

Category: newsSource:  davaotodayRelated NewsJul 7th, 2017

Legal marijuana off to blazing start in California

DESERT HOT SPRINGS, United States --- It's the first day that marijuana can be bought and sold legally in California, and store owner Nicole Salisbury's stock of pot edibles is already running low. The phone has been ringing non-stop for weeks with people from out-of-state expressing an interest in sampling her wares. "I'm so excited but I'm also a little bit nervous," says Salisbury, who has been in the marijuana business for a decade and opened Green Pearl Organics as a medical dispensary two years ago. "For the first time, I feel comfortable telling people that I own a marijuana shop," added the 35-year-old, who has vibrant blue-green hair. Eight states as well as the ...Keep on reading: Legal marijuana off to blazing start in California.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2018

Coach Louie Alas on son Kevin: Parking [pa lang] ita-trap ko na

For the first time in the PBA, Louie Alas the head coach will be taking on Kevin Alas the PBA player once the league resumes play in 2018. The interesting father-son encounter is set for January 7 when coach Louie's Phoenix Fuel Masters clash against Kevin's NLEX Road Warriors. It appears that coach Louie has been looking forward to this. It doesn't take a genius to figure that out. "Ang iniisip na agad is against NLEX," the elder Alas said after Phoenix beat Kia last Dec. 27 for his first win with his new team. "NLEX, malakas na team. Alam natin deep line up nila. Talagang kung anong sistema namin offensively, almost the same NLEX na run-and-gun. We just have to play non stop defense against NLEX," he added. The elder Alas also has a special game plan set for his son. "Ngayon hanggang parking pa lang ita-trap ko na," he said on how to stop Kevin and the vaunted NLEX backcourt. Seriously, trapping will be key for coach Louie's Fuel Masters if they are to take a win against the currently spotless Road Warriors. Aside from Kevin, the NLEX backcourt also has super rookie Kiefer Ravena and veteran Larry Fonacier. "Hirap talaga. Pinaparating ko na talaga para pag-isipan nila yung trap, half-court at full court," coach Louie said.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2018

Liham Mula Davao ni Jun Ledesma

 ‘Ibon ma’y umaawit matapos ang bagyo’  ANG TREHEDYA na nangyari sa Lungsod ng Dabaw noon bisperas ng Pasko ay pambihira. Maaga pa lang ay itinaas na ang alarma para sa bagyong Vinta kung saan kasama ang lungsod sa mga daraanan nito. Si Mayor Inday Sara Duterte ay maagap na nagpalabas ng mga paalala sa mga naninirahan sa mga  baybayin, tabi ng mga ilog at mga lugar na tinamaan na noon ng mga pagbaha at binalaan na maging mapagmatiyag at lumikas.  Nang tumama ang Vinta sa kalupaan at nananalasa sa Davao, Surigao, Agusan, Compostela Valley province, ang hangin sa Lungsod ng Dabaw ay kalmado at maagang sumikat ang araw. Pinag-isipan ko sanang ipagpaliban ang tradisiyonal na Christmas Party na isinasagawa para sa mga empleyado ng Mindanao Journal kasama ang ilang mga malalapit na kaibigan sa media ngunit dahil nakagugulat na maganda naman ang panahon, ay napagpasyahan naming na ituloy ito. Kasabay nito ang aking biyenan at aking anak na si Kristine at tatlong apo ay nag datingan din para sa aming Christmas reunion.  Ang dalawa kong anak na lalakeng sina Dante at Ferdinand na naninirahan sa Gem Village sa Ma-a, ay kasama namin sa kasiyahan. Bandang 7:00 ng gabi at isang kapitbahay ang nag text sa kanila na ang tubig-baha ay papasok na sa subdibisyon. Ang kaibigan ni Dante ay tumawag din at nag-aalok ng kaniyang sasakyan para mailipat ang mga importanteng gamit sa mas ligtas na lugar. Agad silang umalis sa party at pumunta sa Ma-a at nang sila ay makarating doon hanggang tuhod na ang tubig baha. Ikinarga nila ang lahat ng kaya nila sa van at agad ding umalis.  Ang aking tahanan ay nasa mas mataas na lugar. Mula sa aming kinalalagyan, dinig ang mayat-mayang sirena at pagdaan ng mga rescue trucks at ambulansiya ng 911. Tumawag ako sa 911 upang itanong kung anong nangyayari. Maagap ang kanilang tugon. “Sir pinasok na ng rumaragasang baha ang Jade Valley” at nagpapatuloy ang rescue operations. Inililikas na rin ang mga nasa Gem Village at nagiikot ang mga opisyal ng barangay upang payuhan ang mga residente na agad ng magsilikas.  Nagulat ako. Ang aking mga anak ay nandoon. Kinuha ko ang aking cellphone  at tinawagan sila. “Dito na kami sa harap ng bahay ninyo Pa,” tugon ni Ferdinand.   Nagpatuloy kami sa aming Christmas dinner at exchanged gifts na may kahalong kaba. Kaya’t nag-pasyang maagang magsi-uwian. Habang inihahatid ko ang aking mga kaibigan sa labas nagsimula ng umambon. Maya-maya pa, Si Allan Abais ng dxAB ay nag text at sinabi na si Secretaty Bong Go ay nasa lugar na ng kalamidad sa Jade Valley at tumutulong sa mga na istranded sa baha na mga residente.  Noon pa man si Secretary Bong ay isang magaling na jet skier at laging kasama sa mga rescue operations.  Ang mga anak ko ay bumalik na uli ng Gem Village sa Ma-a pag sikat ng araw ngunit bumalik din kaagad. Ang buong village ay lubog na sa baha at ang mga tao ay hindi na pinayagang makapasok pa maliban sa mga rescue teams. Sikat na ang araw. Maya-maya pa tumawag ang Club Samal, isang resort sa tabing dagat sa Island Garden City of Samal, upang ipaalam sa akin na  kalmado daw ang dagat at pinayagan na ng coast guard na makatawid ang mga ferry sa pagitan ng Davao at Samal. Nawalan na kami ng pag-asa sa bahay ng aking mga anak sa Gem Village, kaya bumiyahe na kami sa Club Samal na isang bagong-gawang resort at hotel na pagmamay-ari ng aking kaibigan at Chairman ng Davao City Water District, Ed Bangayan.  Habang kami ay nagbibiyahe patungo sa  pier upang tumawid sa Samal Island, ang mga balita tungkol sa baha ay nangunguna pa ring balita sa radyo. Ngunit kinalaunan isang ulat ang pumasok hinggil sa nasusunog na NCCC Mall. Sa alam kong laki at lawak ng gusali hindi ko lubos maisip kung bakit ang mga tao sa ika-apat na palapag ay na-trap at hindi makalabas. Sa katunayan ang mga balita sa radio ay nakatuon ng matagal sa mga binahang village kung saan nagpapatuloy ang rescue operations mula pa ng gabi ng ika 23 ng Disyembre. Kayat nakagugulat na marinig na hindi lang iilan ang nasawi.  Si Pangulong Duterte na noon ay nasa Biliran at sa iba pang panig ng Mindanao ay agad na umuwi upang makita ang lawak ng pinsalang dala ng baha at sunog. Talagang hindi kapanipaniwala ngunit kaharap  ko ang  masakit na reyalidad at katotohanan. Sino nga ba ang makapaniniwalang ang dalawang kalamidad na ito ay mangyayari. Maganda ang lagay ng panahon sa Lungsod ng Dabaw. Ang init ng araw ay matindi. At paanong ang isang gusali gaya ng NCCC mall ay magiging nag lalagablab na patibong?  Napaka-pambihira. Pasko sana at maaring mag diwang dahil nailigtas ang lungsod mula sa bagyo at malakas na ulan na nanalasa sa ibang probinsiya at lungsod na dinaanan nito kung saan kasama sana ang Lungsod ng Dabaw. Lingid sa kaalaman  ng MBA Gaga Davao City ang malakas na ulan na bumuhos sa mga kabundukan kabilang na ang nasa karatig na probinsiya ay bumaba at dumaloy sa Tamugan at Davao River na nag dala ng rumaragasang tubig baha sa mga ilog.  At paano naman ang sunog sa NCCC Mall? Wala akong sagot diyan. Ang masasabi ko lang sa ngayon ay isang seryoso at masusing imbestigasiyon ang dapat maisagawa.  Isang napaka-lungkot na bahagi at pangyayari ito upang isulat lalo na at panahon […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsDec 27th, 2017

Dream come true for Ginebra calendar girl, muse Myrtle

Kapamilya star Myrtle Sarrosa was both grateful and excited walking in front of the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings on Sunday during the opening rites of the 43rd PBA season at the Araneta Coliseum. A self-confessed huge Ka-Barangay, the actress, former NCAA courtside reporter and cosplayer couldn’t help but be giddy with delight after the traditional parade of teams.   “Una sa lahat sobrang grateful ko na ako ang napili nila for this coming season to be their muse. Of course Ginebra is the back-to-back champions (in the Governors’ Cup),” said Sarrosa, who wore a red dress that highlighted the curves of the 5-foot-7 morena beauty. “Noong una kong nalaman medyo kinabahan ako, na-pressure ako pero ngayong nakilala ko na ang mga players and nakasama ko ang buong team sobrang grateful ko.” It was a dream come true for one true Ginebra fan. “Actually, ang pamilya ko huge Ginebra fans talaga. So nu’ng nalaman nila na ako yung magmu-muse lahat sila full support, all-out support,” said the 24-year old Sarrosa. “And I’m glad na first time kong mag-muse and doon pa sa team na gustong-gusto ko.” “Oo (dream come true), kasi noong bata ako, di ba galing pa ako ng Iloilo, gusto talaga naming manood ng PBA game. So it’s my first time na nandito ngayon, na maging isang muse pa for PBA, to be a guest for them so grateful ako,” she added. The Ginebra muse said that it’s her first time to walk inside the Big Dome’s hardwood wearing heels and her stint also served as a reunion with former Perpetual Help star Scottie Thompson, who Sarrosa covered while serving as one of NCAA’s courtside reporter. “Masaya! This time di ako naka-rubber shoes sa court. This time naka-heels ako tapos naglalakad ako kasama ang mga players,” she said. “Masaya ako kasi di ba noong nag-courtside ako for NCAA nakasama ko si Scottie (Thompson)? Masaya ako to be here again. (Parang reunion) namin. Masaya ako, I’m proud of him,” the Ilongga added. “Sabi namin, ‘Grabe last na kita naming nagre-report ako para sa Perps tapos ngayon magkasama na kami para sa Ginebra.’” The Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition 4 Big Winner’s stint with Gin Kings doesn’t stop with just being the team’s muse. Sarrosa is also Ginebra’s 2018 calendar girl.   “So this 2018 ako rin ang calendar girl ng Ginebra,” said Sarrosa. “Marami kaming mga events in support for Ginebra and GSM Blue.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 17th, 2017

Bangko para sa mga overseas Filipino, magbubukas sa January 20, 2018- Bello

Inihayag Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III na magbubukas na ang Overseas Filipino Bank (OFB) on January 20, 2018 na papalit sa Philippine Postal Savings Bank (PPSB). Source link link: Bangko para sa mga overseas Filipino, magbubukas sa January 20, 2018- Bello.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 15th, 2017

Stop misinforming the public, LTFRB tells blogger-TV host James Deakin

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) called out on Friday blogger-TV host James Deakin for what it called his spreading of "fake news" when he posted on his Facebook page on Friday the alleged new guidelines covering transport network vehicle services (TNVS). Deakin said in his post that TNVS operators, including those with only a single unit, would now be required under the LTFRB Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 2017-027 to have a dedicated service area and mechanic; a stock of lubricants, spare tires and other parts, as well as repair and maintenance tools; a dedicated CCTV for their garage/workshop; and a dedicated safety officer and helper. "This should ...Keep on reading: Stop misinforming the public, LTFRB tells blogger-TV host James Deakin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 8th, 2017

DU30: Clipped powers okay for country’s sake

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is willing to clip the powers of the Chief Executive if it means stopping corruption in government. Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said Duterte is seeking ways to stop corruption in government including possibly amending the Constitution. “Umisip tayo ng mga pamamaraan para magkaroon ng safeguard para mabawasan….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsNov 30th, 2017

Senate OKs bill seeking to reduce electricity cost

MANILA, Philippines — The Senate yesterday approved on third and final reading the proposed Energy Virtual One Stop Shop (EVOSS) Act of 2017, a measure that.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 27th, 2017

PRIB: Senate oks bill cutting red tape in power projects

November 27, 2017. The Senate approved today on third and final reading a bill which sought to lower the costs of electricity in the country and build a robust energy sector. Senate Bill No. 1439, or the “Energy Virtual One Stop Shop (EVOSS) Act of 2017,” sponsored and authored by Senator Sherwin Gatchalian, chair… Source… link: PRIB: Senate oks bill cutting red tape in power projects.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 27th, 2017

Navotas Opens BOSS

To ensure ease of doing business in the city, the Navotas City Government launched a Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) Tuesday (Nov. 21). Created through City Ordinance No. 2017-05, the BOSS aims to offer fast, easy,... The post Navotas Opens BOSS appeared first on MetroCebu News......»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsNov 24th, 2017

Senate OKs bill fast-tracking energy projects

The majority of senators approved on second reading on Wednesday a bill seeking to accelerate and modernize the permitting process of energy generation projects in the Philippines. Senate Bill (SBN) No. 1439, or the Energy Virtual One Stop Shop (Evoss) Act of 2017, aims to eliminate overlapping mandates when it comes to submitting documents, one [...] The post Senate OKs bill fast-tracking energy projects appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2017

Muntinlupa City opens 11th Negosyo Center in Metro Manila

    The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) recently opened the 11th Negosyo Center in National Capital Region (NCR) at the Plaza Central in Poblacion, Muntinlupa City to promote local entrepreneurship and provide one-stop shop assistance to micro, small and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs) in the city. DTI-Regional Operations Group Undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya acknowledged the efforts […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  boholnewsdailyRelated NewsNov 7th, 2017

HMR Philippines is pleased to announce the grand opening of SOS (Save on Surplu…

HMR Philippines is pleased to announce the grand opening of SOS (Save on Surplus) in Circuit Makati, Upper Ground Floor. This is a one-stop-shop for household, office, industrial merchandise, branded apparel & shoes, sporting goods, outdoor equipment, gadgets and a lot more. Know more about SOS Save on Surplus! (Practicality, Affordability & Value) by visiting… link: HMR Philippines is pleased to announce the grand opening of SOS (Save on Surplu….....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 7th, 2017

Coach Egay happy that Stags wanna be like Mike (Calisaan)

Head coach Egay Macaraya has long stated that San Sebastian College-Recoletos should aspire to be a lot like Michael Calisaan. Of course, it’s pretty much a tall task to put up their main man’s per game counts of 16.4 points in 42.7 percent shooting on top of 8.7 rebounds. What Macaraya wants to see from all the other Golden Stags, however, is the non-stop effort Calisaan gives game in and game out. “Ang gusto ko magbago sa team na yung buong team, maging Michael Calisaan. Sa nakikita ko, Michael is just doing his job,” he said. He then continued, “Harworker siya and he goes hard all the time.” This, even though there are people who believe he needs to do away with one aspect of his game. After Baste’s loss to San Beda College two months ago, the latter’s head coach Boyet Fernandez reminded the former’s fourth-year forward that he needs to play “physical lang, wag dirty.” Then, the Red Lions’ mentor said that Calisaan played with much extra-curricular activity. Defending his prized ward, Macaraya said that Calisaan is not a “dirty player” and is “just a victim” of questionable calls. After that time of heightened tension, the two teams turned their attention to different things. Now they are all set to collide in a do-or-die game for the remaining Finals berth, however, Calisaan, Macaraya, and the San Sebastian will cross paths anew with Fernandez and San Beda. Again, the Golden Stags’ mentor made it clear that their main man plays the game right. “Para sa akin, that issue is closed already kasi ‘di na naman nag-respond si Boyet,” he said, referring to their exchange of words. He then continued, “He should also understand kasi player din siya e. he should know about hard work and (being) a fighter.” Macaraya was talking about how Fernandez was once a scrappy point guard back when he was playing in the PBA – much like how Calisaan is now a scrappy forward in the NCAA. “It’s not about dirty. Sometimes, (things happen) because that’s part of basketball, when Michael was hit ng elbow (during a previous game), anong sinabi ko kay Michael,” he shared. He then continued, “Sabi ko sa kanya, ‘Tanggapin mo yan. Wag kang masira.’” The Baste head coach then went on to say how his team leader only heeded his advice. Now, Calisaan and his team are one win away from an unlikely trip to the Finals. “Para sa akin po, maglalaro lang po ako. Kung ano po yung masasabi nila sa akin, tatanggapin ko naman po,” he shared. He then continued, “Kung mali po sa kanila, wala akong magagawa, pero para sa akin po, ginagawa ko lang yung trabaho ko.” Indeed, that non-stop effort is what Macaraya wants to see – and is already seeing, actually – from all his boys. “I guess, all my players right now, sinasabi ko nang they have changed their attitude. Everybody is like Michael Calisaan na,” he expressed. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 6th, 2017

Clutch Estrella carries Mapua to first winning streak in season

Both Mapua University and University of Perpetual Help no longer had anything to play for in the NCAA 93 Men’s Basketball Tournament. And yet, the two teams left it all on the floor when they met at the Filoil Flying V Centre on Thursday. In the end, Andoy Estrella proved to be the difference between them, scoring the game-tying and go-ahead baskets as the Cardinals came from behind to frustrate the Altas, 76-71. The Intramuros-based squad was staring at a five-point deficit, 63-68, inside the last four minutes before rallying around JP Nieles who was stretchered out of the floor due to an apparent left knee injury. “Sa huling huddle namin, sinabi namin na para kay JP ang game na ‘to,” Estrella sharedpost-game. From there, they went on an 11-3 fightback punctuated by Estrella’s floater that tied the game and then his booming triple that sent them ahead, 74-71, with 20 ticks to go. Following another defensive stop, Leo Gabo broke away for a fastbreak layup, putting the icing on top of the cake that was Mapua’s first back-to-back wins in the tournament. Their team captain wound up with 22 points, four rebounds, and four assists. More than that, his five straight points in the endgame yet again proved his clutch credentials. Christian Bunag also continued to be a ray of light with another double-double of 19 points and 14 rebounds in this one while Laurenz Victoria had 14 markers to his name. With their back-to-back wins, the Cardinals are no longer at the bottom of the standing as their 3-12 record is better than College of St. Benilde’s at 3-13. That is more than enough consolation for a team which fell out of the contention it had been for the past two seasons. “Sobrang laking bagay ‘tong (first back-to-back wins) para sa susunod na season para kumpyansa ng mga bata,” Estrella expressed. The same can’t be said for Perpetual which has now lost six times in a row for a 4-10 standing. That, despite the best efforts of GJ Ylagan who scored 22 points on top of six rebounds and Keith Pido who chipped in 16 markers and six boards. Prince Eze posted a 15-point, 11-rebound double-double in his first game knowing for sure that he is no longer eligible to be MVP. BOX SCORES MAPUA 76 - Estrella 22, Buñag 19, Victoria 14, Aguirre 9, Gabo 6, Raflores 6, Jimenez 0, Nieles 0, Orquina 0, Pelayo 0. PERPETUAL 71 - Ylagan 22, Pido 18, Eze 15, Sadiwa 5, Yuhico 5, Lucente 4, Dagangon 2, Clemente 0, Coronel 0, Mangalino 0, Tamayo 0. QUARTER SCORES: 22-17, 38-42, 55-55, 76-71. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 5th, 2017

Statements: Ibutaktak ti kinaulbod ken panagtraydor ti NTA ken ti presidente ti NAFTAC

Nairut a konkondenaren ti Solidarity of Peasants Against Exploitation (STOP Exploitation) ti nalimed a panangisayangkat ti negosasyon para iti floor price ti tabako iti tawen 2018-2019. Saan pulos nga inpakaamo ti National Tobacco Administration (NTA) ken iti National Federation of Tobacco Farmers Association and Cooperatives (NAFTAC) kadakami a mangibagi kadagiti mannalon a nakipaset iti National Tobacco Tripartite Consultative Conference (NTTCC) idi Setyembre 6 idiay Quezon City......»»

Category: newsSource:  nordisRelated NewsOct 1st, 2017

LTFRB asks Uber to stop implementing surcharge

MANILA, Philippines — The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board advised the public that transport network company Uber was ordered to stop imp.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 28th, 2017

Letran returns to winning form just in time for playoff push

Just in time for the stretch run in the NCAA 93 Men’s Basketball Tournament, Colegio de San Juan de Letran has put a stop to its downward spiral. Leaning on big-time scoring outbursts from Bong Quinto and JP Calvo as well as steely resolve in the endgame, the Knights weathered the storm brought about by desperate Arellano University, 84-73, on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Quinto posted a 20-point, 10-rebound double-double while Calvo fired eight of his 20 markers in the final frame as Jeff Napa’s wards barged back into the win column now at 6-6. “At least, nakabalik na kami sa win columm. Important win sa amin ‘to,” the head coach said. This puts a stop to a three-game slide that, at one point, took them out of the playoff picture. “We took care of business ngayon and pambwelo sa amin ‘to ulit,” Napa said. Now, however, they are tied for fourth with Emilio Aguinaldo College. Letran was in control for majority of the matchup and still led by 12, 79-65, with under two minutes remaining until the Chiefs staged a comeback and came as close as 73-79. It was at that point that Marwin Taywan committed an unfortunate unsportsmanlike foul that sent Rey Nambatac to the line. That was just the gift birthday boy Napa needed as Nambatac split from the stripe and with the ballback, Calvo’s triple finished the job in their much-needed win. “JP, consistent naman siya. Yung others ang kailangan sumunod,” the now 37-year-old mentor shared. The Knights’ captain wound up with 14 points and eight rebounds while Jerrick Balanza and Alex Mandreza chipped in eight points apiece off the bench. “Good thing sumunod nga yung iba and naging maganda ang result para sa amin ngayon,” Napa said. For Arellano, Kent Salado showed the way with 23 points, five rebounds, four assists, and two steals. Still without much help, however, he saw his squad drop back-to-back losses now at 4-8. BOX SCORES LETRAN 84 – Calvo 20, Quinto 20, Nambatac 14, Balanza 8, Mandreza 8, Gedaria 4, Vacaro 4, Taladua 4, Balagasay 2, Bernabe 0 ARELLANO 73 – Salado 23, Alcoriza 10, Flores 7, Dela Cruz 7, Meca 6, Taywan 6, Canete 5, Concepcion 3, Abanes 3, Nicholls 2, Villoria 1, Enriquez 0 QUARTER SCORES: 26-20, 45-36, 68-59, 84-73 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 19th, 2017

LTFRB orders Uber to stop its bus service set Sept 15

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Category: newsSource:  manila_shimbunRelated NewsAug 25th, 2017