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Worker electrocuted at construction site

A worker died after he was electrocuted at a construction site in Barangay Bagumbayan, Quezon City on Tuesday afternoon......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarJul 5th, 2018

Worker injured at SM construction site

A hardhat can save a life at the construction site......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsSep 7th, 2018

Worker dies, 3 others hurt in falling incident at Tondo construction site

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Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsAug 4th, 2018

5 construction workers killed in Cebu bunkhouse collapse

Published: 6:58 a.m., Feb. 6, 2018 | Updated: 10:31 p.m., Feb. 6, 2018 CEBU CITY --- Utility worker William Bahao was sound asleep past 2 a.m. on Tuesday when he was jolted by a crackling sound from the roof of a bunkhouse. A few seconds later, the four-story bunkhouse, where he and more than 160 construction workers were staying, crumbled at Barangay Lahug here. Five construction workers were killed while four others were seriously wounded following the collapse. At least 154 others suffered minor injuries, reports said. Place to stay Rescuers sent to the construction site said Iveen Villarin, 23, a resident of the City of Naga; Francisco Diapera, 43, of Toledo City; Carl...Keep on reading: 5 construction workers killed in Cebu bunkhouse collapse.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 6th, 2018

WWII vintage bomb found in Surigao City

SURIGAO CITY (MindaNews/17 January) &'8212; He thought it would make him rich, but the “treasure” that a construction worker unearthed on Tuesday turned out to be a World War II vintage bomb. Julito Calimpong, who did excavation work at the construction site in Surigao del Norte National High School three days earlier, said he discovered [&'].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJan 17th, 2017

Construction worker killed, another injured in stabbing

ROXAS CITY, Capiz – A 28-year-old construction worker died, while another was wounded in a stabbing incident at Poblacion, Tapaz, Capiz, afternoon of Sept 15, 2018. Jade Cervas of Brgy. San Roque, Tapaz, Capiz; and Elvin Jimenez of Brgy. Minan, also in Tapaz town, were binge drinking in a bar with a certain Ariel Unog […] The post Construction worker killed, another injured in stabbing appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsSep 16th, 2018

MAN NABBED FOR RAPING CO-WORKER

Police in Mandaluyong City arrested on Friday evening a 56-year-old man for alleged rape. The suspect, identified as Eddie Mendola, a construction worker, was arrested at about 9 p.m. at Kin Manpower located at Barangay Plainview for allegedly raping his co-worker identified only as MRG, also a resident of Mandaluyong City. Investigation showed that the… link: MAN NABBED FOR RAPING CO-WORKER.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsSep 16th, 2018

4 na trabahador, nahuli umanong bumabatak ng shabu sa construction site sa QC

Pitong indibidwal ang arestado sa magkakahiwalay na operasyong kontra-droga ng Quezon City Police District. Source link link: 4 na trabahador, nahuli umanong bumabatak ng shabu sa construction site sa QC.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsSep 15th, 2018

Philippines detains 34 Chinese men for working illegally

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines detained 34 Chinese men for working illegally at a construction site in Pasay City, after they allegedly arrived as tourists then got employed as construction workers without securing work permits. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said on Thursday, September 6, that it ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 6th, 2018

Construction company driver kills engineer, self

APAYAO, Philippines – The company driver of a construction company in Apayao shot and killed an engineer of the company he worked for before killing himself on Sunday evening, September 2. At around 6:30 pm, 33-year-old dump truck driver Reden Garcia shot 27-year-old site engineer Joylin Liyaban. Garcia also injured Cleto Macklinic, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 3rd, 2018

Beijing s massive new airport ready for 2019 launch

Amid farmlands on the outskirts of Beijing, a massive construction site rising above the horizon bustles with activity as 8,000 workers build a new mega airport. Aimed at easing passenger load from.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsSep 1st, 2018

Elderly man killed by speeding motorcycle rider in Isabela

DELFIN ALBANO, Isabela -- A 69-year-old man was killed by a speeding motorcycle rider at7:45 p.m.on Saturday(Aug. 25) in San Juan village here, police said.   Alfredo Padre was walking along the street when he was run over by the motorcycle driven by Eric Laddaran, a 23-year-old construction worker. Padre died from head injuries.   Laddaran surrendered to the police and will face a charge of homicide due to reckless imprudence. /je...Keep on reading: Elderly man killed by speeding motorcycle rider in Isabela.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 26th, 2018

Yankees slugger Stanton says he ll enjoy Miami homecoming

By Steven Wine, Associated Press MIAMI (AP) — Giancarlo Stanton sat in the visitors' dugout before batting practice Tuesday, which gave him a different angle of Marlins Park's kitschy, colossal home sculpture. "I still don't like it," he said with a laugh. "But it won't be going off if I hit one." Stanton activated the moveable sculpture more than any other player before leaving the Marlins, which made Tuesday a homecoming for the New York Yankees slugger as they began a two-game series in Miami. Stanton received a warm ovation from the crowd when he stepped to the plate in the first inning. He saluted, waved and patted his chest as he looked to the stands. He then singled sharply to left field. Beforehand he was in a genial mood facing a media scrum of three dozen. Speaking of himself in the plural, he said it was weird but good to be back, and said he harbored no hard feelings about the way his time with the Marlins ended after eight seasons. "We know what the situation is over there now, and how it was," he said. "We understand." The situation is that former Yankees shortstop and new Marlins CEO Derek Jeter rebooted the woebegone Miami franchise, trading away several big contracts for prospects with the goal of becoming competitive in a few years. Stanton, coming off a 59-homer MVP season, wanted no part of a rebuilding project and approved a trade to the Yanks. Now he's likely to make the playoffs for the first time, while the Marlins are headed for a ninth consecutive losing season. "I hope they'll figure it out," Stanton said. "I hope they get it turned around. It will take a couple of years. But if the pieces are put together right, I think they'll turn it around." Jeter didn't talk with the media before the series opener. But Marlins manager Don Mattingly acknowledged it has been different without Stanton — and without Christian Yelich, Marcell Ozuna and Dee Gordon, who were also traded. "You miss all those guys," Mattingly said. "Some good players went out the door as we embarked on building this thing to the level we wanted and trying to build some continuity and sustainability. You knew you were going to miss all those guys." Stanton began the week batting .285 with 32 homers and 80 RBIs — stats comparable to his time in Miami. He reminisced about hitting at Marlins Park when it was still a construction site before opening in 2012. He said he'll do no sightseeing during his brief stay in Miami, but will spend time with friends and former teammates — and at the beach. If he homers, it will No. 300 of his career. He noted that he hit Nos. 100 and 200 for the Marlins. "So it would be really cool to do it in this park," he said......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 22nd, 2018

Henry Sy: The man they call Tatang

A knowing nod; a hot pandesal shared late at night at a construction site; a career crossroads, and a question thrown casually while staring at the ceiling – unrelated, seemingly inconsequential yet meaningful and poignant moments that define bonds with Henry Sy, beloved companion, comrade, father-figure, and mentor......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 12th, 2018

Henry Sy: The man they call Tatang

A knowing nod; a hot pandesal shared late at night at a construction site; a career crossroads, and a question thrown casually while staring at the ceiling – unrelated, seemingly inconsequential yet meaningful and poignant moments that define bonds with Henry Sy, beloved companion, comrade, father-figure, and mentor......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 12th, 2018

Cops nab Marikina City’s sixth most wanted criminal

Marikina City's sixth most wanted individual, who has standing warrants for robbing different computer shops, has been arrested in Barangay Sto. Nio, Marikina City on Monday afternoon. According to a report from the Eastern Police District, suspect Rey Gonzales, 42, a construction worker from Sheff Street in Barangay Sto. Nio, was caught based on a warrant of arrest from the Marikina Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 273. The arrest order stemmed from an incident where Gonzales robbed a computer shop at Concepcion Dos in Marikina last July 2013. When an agent spotted him near his residence, operatives from the Station Intel Branch prepared to arrest him. The suspect was casuall...Keep on reading: Cops nab Marikina City’s sixth most wanted criminal.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 6th, 2018

2 workers dead, 2 injured in Binondo construction mishap

MANILA, Philippines – Two construction workers died while two others were injured following an accident in a construction site in Binondo, Manila, on Saturday, August 4. According to a Manila Police Station initial report, the workers fell from the 4th floor of Sun Joy Tower 3 when the platform collapsed around 10:30 am. ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 4th, 2018

Worker killed in front of kin

A 37-year-old construction worker was killed in front of his immediate relatives inside his house on Friday night in Taguig City. Richard Dacumos, 37, was watching television in the living room of his house at 76 Rodriguez Compound, Ibayo, Bgy. Sta. Ana, when a lone assailant forcibly barged in and….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsAug 4th, 2018

Town told to relocate project outside of plaza

By: Herchelle Anne Cabarga THE National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) advised the municipal government of Alimodian, Iloilo to look for an alternative site for its proposed multi-purpose building. The P5-million building, which is a project of the Department of Public Works and Highways, is under construction since July 15, 2018 inside the town’s public […] The post Town told to relocate project outside of plaza appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsAug 2nd, 2018

2 masked men shoot worker dead amid mom’s plea

TWO masked men dragged a construction worker outside his home and shot him dead in front of his mother who pleaded for mercy to spare her son Wednesday night in Navotas City. Jerry Boy Dimaliwat, 33, died on the spot from bullet wounds in the head and body while the….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 26th, 2018

PFF President Nonong Araneta reveals exciting times ahead for Philippine football

Mariano “Nonong” Araneta is pumped up for Philippine football, and it's easy to see why. The Philippine Football Federation president has divulged exciting details of the federation's plans to develop the national training center in the San Lazaro Leisure Park in Carmona, Cavite. Plus the Azkals are also getting ready for a busy few months ahead. Araneta is keen on ramping up the federation's partnership with the Manila Jockey Club in SLLP, where the FIFA Artificial Turf Pitch is situated. Already a training ground for youth national teams and club sides, Araneta says that lighting towers will soon be installed that will permit nighttime play. “We are just waiting for AFC because the lights will be bidded out,” Explains Araneta. “Hopefully they will be installed by the end of the year.” The lights will feature an intensity of 900 lux, more than the accepted 800 lux minimum for televised matches. The lights will complement the hundreds of new seats that have already been put in place around the pitch. But that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what the PFF has planned for Carmona. “We have spoken to Manila Jockey Club about transferring our headquarters there,” says Araneta. “We are ready to start the bidding and construction.” The PFF is planning to purchase a 3000 sqm parcel of land within the San Lazaro Leisure Park and build a complex with dormitories, classrooms for coaching and referee courses, and a gym. “The funds are ready, initially we will be getting US$1.5 Million from FIFA,” says Araneta, who says the federation will be selling their current building in Pasig to help fund the move. But Araneta says that another option is available, to buy a different 2000 sqm plot of land beside the artificial pitch that is separate from the 3000 sqm parcel. There a grandstand could be constructed, transforming the pitch into a stadium. The headquarters could then be situated under the seating while the other site houses the dorms, classrooms, and gym. More fields are also in the pipeline in the training center. Araneta says that two artificial turf mini-pitches measuring 40 by 20 meters will be made right beside the main pitch. These will also be lighted and can accommodate recreational play and festival competitions. Incredibly, there will be yet another pitch in the training center, a natural grass regulation field within the Manila Jockey Club's racetrack. “That is for our national teams so that if they are set to play on grass, they can train there,” explains Araneta. The middle of the racetrack already has a grass area where football is played. Manila Jockey Club and PFF have yet to decide if the new grass pitch will be a brand new one or if the current surface will be improved. “We want our activities to be there,” declares Araneta. “We have already had coaching seminars there. Schools can also use our facilities. The pitch is there to be used not to be seen,” he adds with a chuckle. Araneta is a former national team player himself and is also optimistic about the near future with the Azkals. The squad is facing two big tournaments in the coming months: the AFF Suzuki Cup in November and December and their maiden appearance in the AFC Asian Cup in January 2019. Araneta says the Azkals will travel to Bahrain during the September FIFA window to play a Bahraini club side, likely on Sept 7, before tangling with the Bahrain national team on September 11. There will also be a FIFA window in October, and Araneta says the Filipinos can enjoy at least one friendly at home. Araneta hopes that Rizal Memorial will still be available before it gets spruced up in preparation for the country's hosting of the 2019 SEA Games. “Our fans will get to watch our new team,” said the president with evident pride. Crunch time begins in November, with the Azkals in a five-team round-robin group with a new home-and-away format. The Philippines will host Singapore in Bacolod's Panaad Stadium on November 13 before playing either Brunei or Timor Leste away four days later. The two ASEAN minnows will square off in a two-legged qualifying series in September to to determine who makes the group stage. On November 21 the Azkals entertain Thailand in Panaad in what promises to be a mouthwatering contest, before closing their group stage against Indonesia, probably in Jakarta, on November 25. The semis will run from December 1 to 6, with the two-legged finals being held on the 11th and 15th. After a quick Christmas break the team jets off to the Middle East on December 26, where final preparations for the Asian Cup will commence in earnest. There are plans to play in Qatar against either a club team or their national side, and then perhaps a game in Kuwait before the team goes to the United Arab Emirates. The group schedule is as follows: January 7 against Korea Republic in Dubai, January 11 versus China in Abu Dhabi, then January 16 against Kyrgyzstan in Dubai. The top two will advance to the knockout round, but the Philippines can also sneak through as one of the better third-placers. But the senior national team isn't the only competition Pinoy football fans can focus on this year. The boys U15 national team were in action while the U16 girls play in an AFC competition. The U19 men also played in the AFF U19 Championship, where they beat Singapore 2-1. The senior ladies team also notched a win against the Lion City in their AFF tournament. Araneta says the very successful PFF Women's League from last year will be run again, and that the PFF also plans a youth league. Both will be partly funded by FIFA. Of course the Philippines Football League will continue, with a League and Cup phase. The realization of these plans will be one of the achievements of Araneta's presidency. Another will be his membership in the 33-person FIFA Council, which acts as a board of directors of the organization. Araneta was recently in Russia to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup along with other council members. Araneta is one of six Asians in the FIFA Council, alongside members from China, Malaysia, Korea Republic, Bahrain, and Bangladesh. He is the first Filipino to serve in this level of leadership in FIFA. The Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo native freely explains the benefit the country can enjoy from this connection. According to Araneta “we have firsthand information on funding, and the Philippines is part of the body that will decide on what's best for football.” He says that in the next cycle of FIFA funding he might be able to acquire an additional US$ 2 million for the development of the training center. The PFF President also enjoys the inside track when it comes to acquiring development funds from the Asian Football Confederation, since he also serves as the Chairman of the AFC Finance Committee. “All budgets pass through us. We know the funding, the revenues. We know when to ask for projects. Like the lights in Carmona, that was approved by the AFC development committee,” continues Araneta. But being part of the FIFA Council is not all glitz and glamor, confesses Araneta. He mentioned a recent Council meeting in Bogota, Colombia, that necessitated an arduous 33-hour trip through Europe for a stay that lasted just two days. Sometimes deliberations in FIFA meetings can stretch for as long as six hours. Immediately after the Bogota confab he jetted off to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for another meeting. “It's no joke,” says Araneta, who is 64 years old. But the former striker and defender has no complaints and reveals his motivation to keep on going at the job. “I went to the Youth Football League. I visited the Allianz National Youth Futsal Invitational. You see the kids playing there, you see kids play everywhere. The enthusiasm of the players is what keeps me going.” - RELEASE.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 18th, 2018