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Bela and JC’s wrong kind of love

By Kathleen A. Llemit We always think of love as something to save or help us. But my takeaway from this film is that love is the reason for my character to be broken apart so she can fix herself by herself. Love doesn’t only put you together, it also breaks you apart. Don’t expect […].....»»

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Ayala submits proposal for nat’l ID system

The three-company consortium proposed the develop of the project “that will provide a safe and secure identification. A consortium led by Ayala Corp. and Aboitiz Equity Ventures on Tuesday submitted an unsolicited proposal to the Philippine Statistics Authority to develop and design a national ID system. In a disclosure, Ayala said aside from Aboitiz InfraCapital […].....»»

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Heroes saved the children

The military is thankful to the gallant sacrifice of five militiamen under the Civilian Armed Forces Geographical Unit (CAFGU) and their Army commander who gave their lives to stop a bloodbath involving thousands of innocent children in the city of Lamitan. Last 31 July a van carrying a bomb exploded at checkpoint in Lamitan, instantly […].....»»

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PNP unveils new recruitment system

With many rookie policemen engaging in criminal activities, the Philippine National Police (PNP) yesterday launched what it hopes will be a “foolproof” system of weeding out misfits from its recruits. A day after pushing PNP control of police academies training commissioned and non-commissioned officers, PNP chief Director General Oscar Albayalde focused on the training system […].....»»

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CoA flags DoLE fund transfer

It was further disclosed that the implementation of the projects funded by DoLE failed to comply with CoA Circular 94-013 The Commission on Audit (CoA) flagged the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) for its alleged failure to liquidate nearly P3.5 billion in fund transfers made to various government agencies last year. In the recently […].....»»

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Raising long term funds

There are situations however when the financing needs are unique. The Build, Build, Build thrust of the administration is one example The Philippine economy, notwithstanding the recent noise about inflation and its malodorous effects, is still very much in good shape and is poised to continue expanding. Businesses are strongly positioned and when a business […].....»»

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Filipinos seek more meaningful purchases

These numbers indicate that Filipino Prosumers have truly realized the power they have in influencing not just the marketplace but society as a whole. It is no longer enough that merchandise are of good quality and competitively priced but socially responsible as well, a consumer survey that included Filipinos has uncovered. According to Emerging Shifts […].....»»

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BTr re-issues 5-year T-Bond

The demand for five-year money proved strong on Tuesday as the Bureau of the Treasury awarded in full re-issued five-year Treasury bonds, the same ones it rejected on 26 June this year. The re-issued bonds were awarded at an averaged rate of 5.902 percent, higher by 31 basis points compared to the rejected rate of […].....»»

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Ayala lender targets wider consumer access

BPI actively seeks and creates innovative solutions to cater the specific needs of the market An Ayala-owned lending subsidiary recently vowed to push for greater financial access for the self-employed microentrepreneur and reaching out to them via competitive loan rates as it endeavors to achieve a wider physical footprint. At the recent opening of the […].....»»

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Cut recrimination

Not only is coordination sorely lacking among agencies in President Rodrigo Duterte’s signature war on drugs but there also seems to be an absence of the exchange of notes with their foreign counterparts. Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña in so many words said the shabu shipment worth an estimated P6.8 billion that slipped past agencies involved […].....»»

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Safety: What to do during a flood

The Department of Energy advises the public to do the following when flooding occurs. 1. ALWAYS HAVE FLASHLIGHTS FULLY CHARGED OR BATTERIES READY Flooding may occur at night. Avoid using kerosene-fueled wick lamps. Kerosene that may be accidentally spilled floats on water and may cause fire. 2.IMMINENT FLOOD If you think your home may become […].....»»

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Rody, Go, friends aid typhoon victims

President Rodrigo Duterte, Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go and the latter’s friends on Monday started giving assistance to residents of Marikina, Taytay, and Quezon City that were affected by floods caused by typhoon Karding and the southwest monsoon over the weekend. The President directed Social Welfare and Development Acting Secretary […].....»»

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Vienna ‘most liveable city’

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Jimeno quits for overseas study

Lawyer Karen Jimeno yesterday said she resigned as Undersecretary for Disaster Resiliency to complete a graduate course in the United States. Jimeno revealed her resignation through her Twitter account. “As USec for PMS, I finished my task of helping draft a Disaster Bill before resigning,” Jimeno said. Jimeno worked pro bono for government, revealing she […].....»»

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CA: Pay P2.3B or no MRT ads

By Alvin Murcia The DoTC stopped issuing access or work permits to the MRTDC, its advertisers and lessees, barring their entry in the MRT 3 system in early 2013. The Court of Appeals (CA) ordered to stop the MRT Development Corporation (MRTDC) from using its advertising and commercial leasing rights while development rights payment (DRP) […].....»»

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Debates healthy for Federalism

By Nelson S. Badilla ‘PALACE WELCOMES INPUTS’ Managing disaster and controlling the political clans from dominating certain localities are crucial for the region to prosper. Presidential spokesman Harry Roque yesterday said Malacañang welcomes all inputs, whether positive or negative, that make the debates on the proposed Federal form of government healthy. Roque was reacting to […].....»»

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114 minors barred at NAIA

By Anthony Ching Human traffickers supply fake documents. Bureau of Immigration (BI) officials at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) yesterday expressed alarm over the increasing number of underage Filipinas trying to work abroad using fake travel documents. BI OIC Deputy Commissioner and Port Operations Division Chief Marc Red Mariñas said that since June, a […].....»»

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Manila Bay regurgitates tons of trash

Clean-up seen to last days as blame game starts. Stormy weather over the weekend saw Manila Bay spew out into Roxas Boulevard truckloads of garbage, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reported yesterday. “It’s the sea vomiting back into land the trash we humans have thrown into its bosom,” said an MMDA personnel in Filipino […].....»»

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BoC flexes muscle after shabu fiasco

By Raymart T. Lolo P12M smuggled rice seized; charges galore filed. The Bureau of Customs (BoC) reported yesterday the interception of 50,000 bags of smuggled rice worth about P125 million at the Manila International Container Port (MICP). The shipment on several 20-foot containers weighed 2,500 tons, BoC Commissioner Isidro Lapeña said, adding the rice originated […].....»»

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PNP seeks control of police academies

By Kathleen Mae Bulquerin Lacson says rotten rookies show training set-up flawed It takes a former chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP) to know the needs of the police organization and the men and women who risk their lives to ensure law and order. PNP chief Director General Oscar Albayalde yesterday thanked Sen. Panfilo […].....»»

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