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Walang Pasok: Class, work suspensions on November 11 due to Typhoon Ulysses

(Updated 3:09 p.m.) Here is a list of cities and provinces which have cancelled classes on Wednesday, November 11, due to Typhoon Ulysses......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 11th, 2020

Karla proud nanay sa anak na si Magui, pasok sa ‘Australia’s '1 university’

PROUD na proud na ibinandera ng actress-TV host na si Karla Estrada sa madlang pipol ang bagong achievement ng kanyang anak na si Magui. Sa pamamagitan ng kanyang Instagram account, in-announce ng nanay ni Daniel Padilla kung gaano siya kasaya nang matanggap ang good news hinggil sa pag-aaral ni Magui. Ani Karla, walang mapaglagyan ang […] The post Karla proud nanay sa anak na si Magui, pasok sa ‘Australia’s #1 university’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 8th, 2021

Yorme walang balak tumakbong pangulo sa 2022: Hindi ko talaga siya ine-entertain

PASOK si Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno sa listahan ng mga public servant na posibleng iboto ng mga Filipino sa darating na 2022 presidential elections. Nasa ikatlong pwesto ang dating aktor sa inilabas na latest survey ng Pulse Asia kung saan 12% ng mga respondents ang nagsabi na iboboto siya ng mga ito kung tatakbo […] The post Yorme walang balak tumakbong pangulo sa 2022: Hindi ko talaga siya ine-entertain appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 4th, 2021

Alessandra, Empoy gagawa ng pelikula sa Paris: ‘Ang pagbalik ng economy class tandem…’

HINIHINTAY na lang ni Direk Sigrid Andrea Bernardo na matapos na ang COVID-19 pandemic at magkaroon ng bakuna para makalarga na sila sa Paris, France. Ito ay para sa shooting ng pelikulang “Walang KaParis” produced by Spring Films at Viva Films. Nag-post nitong Sabado ng gabi ang direktora ng larawan nina Empoy Marquez at Alessandra […] The post Alessandra, Empoy gagawa ng pelikula sa Paris: ‘Ang pagbalik ng economy class tandem…’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 6th, 2020

LIST: Work, class suspensions today

LIST: Work, class suspensions today.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsNov 13th, 2020

Work, class suspensions on Nov. 13

Work, class suspensions on Nov. 13.....»»

Category: newsSource:  cnnphilippinesRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

Shell widens losses to P13.9-B in 9 months; P1B investment set for import facility

With additional valuation-anchored inventory losses and one-off charges booked, the net loss of listed firm Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) had widened to P13.9 billion in nine months this year. That’s a complete reversal of the P4.4 billion net income it posted last year, when oil prices were at more predictable state and there had been no pandemic-induced uncertainties disrupting oil markets. It specified that if the P5.7 billion inventory valuation losses had not turned up, the company’s net loss in the third quarter should have been at leaner P700 million versus P900 million in the second quarter. And without the one-off charges that stood at P7.5 billion, the oil firm’s net loss should have been trimmed to P6.4 billion within the January-September stretch. The one-off charges came about because of the closure of its refining operations that subsequently prompted the conversion of its Tabangao facility into a world-class import terminal. But while the company works on improving its financial performance in the coming months, Pilipinas Shell President and CEO Cesar G. Romero announced that they will be re-investing roughly P1.0 billion in the next few years “to fully transform Tabangao into a world class facility that will support its marketing growth aspirations.” Part of the company’s major step this year is to set on stream the commercial operations of its 54-million liter capacity terminal in Subic to underpin its supply chain, primarily to serve the demand of its Northern Luzon customers; while its Tabangao import facility will cater to the needs of customers in other parts of Luzon and Northern Visayas. To complete the loop, its Northern Mindanao Import Facility (NMIF) in Cagayan de Oro will be supporting the rest of Visayas and well as customers in Mindanao. Pilipinas Shell said it now “has a more resilient network of three medium-range import terminals with sufficient finished products capacity to effectively serve the demands of customers nationwide.” The firm indicated that despite the challenges, it prioritized business strategies that shall result in cash preservation for the company. As of third quarter’s end, the savings logged by the company stood at P2.5 billion; and this is seen sustained at the level of P2.0 billion until the end of this year. “Savings of P1.2 billion were generated from OPEX (operating expenses); with P1.3 billion from CAPEX (capital expenditure),” Shell emphasized. While the company still navigates the tough terrain of business induced by the coronavirus pandemic, Romero asserted their overall frame “remains optimistic,” as he noted that the “government’s efforts to gradually reopen the economy by prudently relaxing quarantine restrictions are slowly giving elbow room for the economy to recover.” He specified that for Shell, “the wins are coming in gradually as more businesses operate at increased capacity in the areas of manufacturing and transportation.” The company chief executive expounded “our balance sheet, technical capability and resources are solid; and serve as well in continuing to provide Filipinos with high quality fuel products despite the challenging environment.” Parallel to the firm’s aspirations for demand and financial rebound, Romero noted they are also making “the right sustainable decision to protect the long-term interests of our shareholders.” The company’s gearing had risen to 47-percent, and that was mainly attributed to “lower equity from net loss rather than an increase in net debt,” with it emphasizing that “excluding the impact of the refinery one-off charges, the company’s gearing stands at 41-percent.” Romero indicated “the pandemic has forced us to rethink the way we do things, while ensuring the quality of service that Filipinos expect from us.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

Fauci says Trump’s talk of Covid-19 ‘cure’ causing confusion

US President Donald Trump has been talking up an experimental Covid-19 treatment he received as “a cure,” but one of his top government scientists said referring to it as such may cause “confusion.” Anthony Fauci, the longtime director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, gave an interview to CBS News on Friday where he also referred to the coronavirus outbreak at the White House that infected dozens of people as a “super spreader event.” Asked about Trump’s effusive praise for Regeneron’s antibody treatment, Fauci said that talking about a “cure” could be misleading because it hasn’t yet been proven, and the drugs that are currently available have only been shown to have modest to moderate results.  “We don’t have any indication — I think you really have to depend on what you mean by a cure, because that’s the word that leads to a lot of confusion,” he said. He then walked through some of the medicines that are currently recommended or have been temporarily approved against the disease. These include the antiviral remdesivir which has been shown to diminish time to recovery among hospitalized patients, and the steroid dexamethasone, which reduces mortality rates in patients who need supplemental oxygen. Regeneron’s treatment belongs to a class of drug called monoclonal antibodies. Fauci said that while these had been “showing promise in clinical trials,” the research is still ongoing and no final determination has been made. Fauci was also asked about the low level of mask use at the White House until recently, and what lessons could be learned. “I think the — the data speaks for themselves,” the scientist said of mask-wearing.  “We had a super-spreader event in the White House and it was in a situation where people were crowded together and were not wearing masks. So the data speak for themselves.” More than 30 people are thought to have been infected at a White House ceremony held September 26 for the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. The president’s doctor Sean Conley has said Trump may return to public engagements as early as Saturday, raising fears that he may still have high levels of the virus in his body and therefore still be contagious.  Fauci said he had faith that the president’s medical team wouldn’t allow him to do that. “I can tell you, they are going to be testing him to determine the trajectory and whether he gets to the point where he’s not infected,” he said. “I can guarantee you that they will be testing him before they let him go out.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 9th, 2020

‘Walang Hanggang Paalam’ paano nga bang ginawa sa gitna ng pandemic?

Bago pa nagkaroon ng coronavirus pandemic ay nasimulan nang i-shoot ang “Walang Hanggang Paalam.” Kaya naman umubra pa ang batang si Robbie na sa kanyang edad ay hindi pasok sa guidelines ng Department of Labor and Employment. Sa ilalim ng community quarantine, bawal magtrabaho o lumabas sa mga programa ang mga batang may edad 15 […] The post ‘Walang Hanggang Paalam’ paano nga bang ginawa sa gitna ng pandemic? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 26th, 2020

‘Walang Hanggang Paalam’ nina Angelica Panganiban, Paolo Avelino, Zanjoe Marudo at Arci Munoz, mapapanood na ngayong Lunes!

MAPAPANOOD NA simula ngayong September 28 ang action-drama series na ‘Walang Hanggang Paalam’ na pagbibidahan nina Angelica Panganiban, Paolo Avelino, Zanjoe Marudo at Arci Munoz. Ito ay mapapanood sa Kapamilya Channel at Kapamilya Online Live. Kung inyong matatandaan, inanunsyo earlier this year ang ‘Burado’. Ito dapat ang magsisilbing Primetime Bida comeback projects nina Julia Montes […] The post ‘Walang Hanggang Paalam’ nina Angelica Panganiban, Paolo Avelino, Zanjoe Marudo at Arci Munoz, mapapanood na ngayong Lunes! appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsSep 26th, 2020

FIDE Trainers& rsquo; Online Seminar set Sept. 25 - 27

The Philippines is eyeing to produce world-class chess trainers and coaches as it hosts the FIDE Trainers’ Online Seminar slated from September 25 to 27 via Zoom platform......»»

Category: sportsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsSep 19th, 2020

Smart gives back to subscribers in month-long Smart& nbsp;GigaFest celebrations

September is the best month for all Smart users as the mobile services provider has kicked off Smart GigaFest, a month-long thanksgiving celebration featuring world-class entertainment, e-sports tournaments, digital innovations, and exciting promos and freebies to give back to all loyal and new subscribers all over the country. .....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsSep 18th, 2020

Cataingan, Masbate niyanig ng magnitude 3.9 na lindol

    Niyanig ng magnitude 3.9 na lindol ang lalawigan ng Masbate. Ayon sa Phivolcs, naitala ang pagyanig sa 14 kilometers southeast ng bayan ng Cataingan, alas-8:27 umaga ng Huwebes (September 10). May lalim na pitong kilometers at tectonic ang origin ng pagyanig. Walang naiulat na nasaktan o nasirang mga ari-arian bunsod ng pagyanig. Ang […] The post Cataingan, Masbate niyanig ng magnitude 3.9 na lindol appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 10th, 2020

MAYNILAD PATULOY NA NAGSASAGAWA NG LIBRENG “DESLUDGING SERVICE” NGAYONG SETYEMBRE

ANG West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) ay nag-aalok muli ng kanilang libreng serbisyo sa paglilinis ng septic tank sa mga residential at semi-business customers nitong buwan ng September sa mga piling bahagi ng Malabon, Manila, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Pasay, Valenzuela, Quezon City, at Lalawigan ng Cavite nang walang dagdag na gastos. Ang kompanya […] The post MAYNILAD PATULOY NA NAGSASAGAWA NG LIBRENG “DESLUDGING SERVICE” NGAYONG SETYEMBRE appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsSep 5th, 2020

Guiuan, Eastern Samar niyanig ng magnitude 3.6 na lindol

    Niyanig ng magnitude 3.6 na lindol ang lalawigan ng Eastern Samar. Sa datos mula sa Phivolcs, naitala ang pagyanig sa 30 kilometro timog-kanluran ng bayan ng Guiuan, alas-9:32 umaga ng Huwebes (September 3). May lalim na 41 kilometers at tectonic ang origin nito. Naitala naman ang instrumental intensity 1 sa Palo, Leyte. Walang […] The post Guiuan, Eastern Samar niyanig ng magnitude 3.6 na lindol appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 3rd, 2020

Santander mayor to require use of face shields starting Sept. 1

MANDAUE CITY, Cebu – Starting September 1,2020,  employees and visitors of the different municipal and barangay offices in Santander in southern Cebu will be required to wear face shields on top of their face masks. The policy will also apply to all vendors and shoppers in this fourth class municipality that is located about 134 […] The post Santander mayor to require use of face shields starting Sept. 1 appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 20th, 2020

MRT-3 reschedules weekend suspension of operations

The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT-3) has moved its weekend suspension of operations for rail replacement works scheduled for August and September. (MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) The weekend suspension of operations for August 8-9, August 21-23, and September 12-13 have been rescheduled to October 10-11, October 31, November 1-2, and November 14-15. In an advisory, the MRT-3 management said the rescheduling of its weekend suspension of operations was done upon the recommendation of its maintenance provider Sumitomo-MHI-TESP. “According to Sumitomo-MHI-TESP, this is due to travel restrictions being imposed by countries to prevent the spread of Covid-19,” the management said. Aside from rail replacement works, MRT-3 said the weekend suspensions will also allow Sumitomo-MHI-TESP to “perform rail destressing, rerailing, turnouts replacement, resurfacing, rail profile grinding, ballasting and tamping, and other major works for MRT-3’s trains, electrical systems, and other subsystems.” Sumitomo-MHI-TESP meanwhile assured the rescheduling of operations suspensions will not affect its target completion dates for rail replacement and increased train speed......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 30th, 2020

Boxing cleared to resume by IATF, says GAB chairman Baham Mitra

Pinoy boxers and boxing fans have reason to celebrate after the announcement that the IATF (Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infections Diseases) has given the boxing the clearance to resume.  According to Games and Amusements Board Chairman Abraham “Baham” Mitra the IATF has allowed boxing to return, but will need to follow a set of health guidelines.  Earlier this month, sports like football and basketball (albeit a slight delay) were already given the green light to resume practice.  “Ang nai-pasok na po namin ay practice ng basketball and football, and then yung boxing, pumayag na, na magkaroon ng boxing, provided that both boxers and the referees, they test, yung negative sila, and then after three days, laban na sila,” Chairman Mitra revealed on an episode of The Chasedown. “After testing, ico-confine sila, para hindi mahawa ulit or [maka-hawa].” Boxing is just one of the many sports all over the world that was forced to hit pause following the exposion of the COVID-19 pandemic.  In June however, boxing returned in the United States, with Top Rank Boxing starting to put on events.  According to Chairman Mitra, boxing events in the Philippines will feature a significantly slimmed down card with a maximum of just five bouts, a far cry from the previous norm of at least ten bouts per event.  “Yung sa boxing, maximum if five bouts. Ibig-sabihin, sampung boksingero lang pwede. Dati kasi ten or fifteen, or twelve fights in a day,” Chairman Mitra explained. “Ngayon, maximum of five lang, kasi ang pinapayagan lang ay sampu.”  Before fighters can step inside the ring however, they will need to undergo testing three days prior to fight night and then remain confined or quarantined so as to avoid contracting the disease.  “These boxers will be tested three days before the fight and then they will be confined, and then weigh-in, and then fight, and then after the fight, they will also be tested,” Chairman Mitra continued. “Wala na pong rapid test yung before. Yung rapid test, after na lang. Lahat swab test para sigurado, para halos walang error.” The swab testing, Chairman Mitra explained, is for maximum accuracy.  “We’re also scared, ano? We might be held liable na ‘Pinayagan ng GAB yan eh’. Kami naman, sumusunod lang kami sa IATF, ang sabi nila papayagan lang namin kayo mag-boxing kung negative parehas.” Apart from the boxers themselves, the third men in the ring will not only need to be tested but are also required to wash up and change clothes after every bout they officiate.  “So even the referee will also be tested, because he will be in the middle eh, and then the referees will be asked to wear short sleeved shirts and then wash [after] every bout, change t-shirt, change uniform [after] every bout.”  Chairman Mitra added that judges will be placed further away from the ring, and only essential personnel will be allowed in the venue during events.  “Tapos yung mga judges, hindi na sila beside the ring, medyo malayo na sila. Yung commentators will be outside of the venue, and only one or two camera people will be involved, and then as much as possible, we will not be allowing yung mga 21 and below or 60 and above, except if it’s essential. For example, almost all promoters are above 60, so okay lang yan.” As with most sports that have been able to return during the pandemic, there will be no audiences allowed.  Chairman Mitra expects the new guidelines to be released by Monday next week, and then for PBA and PFL practices to resume by the end of next week......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 26th, 2020

DOJ: File raps vs PMA cadets, execs over hazing death

he Department of Justice panel of prosecutors yesterday recommended the filing of charges for murder and hazing against three Philippine Military Academy doctors and two cadets for the death of Cadet Fourth Class Darwin Dormitorio in September last year......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 24th, 2020

Coach Tab wants Ateneo to focus first on next sem before next season

It has yet to be determined what the UAAP would do for its next season supposedly starting in September. That means that it is yet to be determined when exactly Ateneo de Manila University would be defending its three straight championships. And so, in the continuing COVID-19 crisis, head coach Tab Baldwin and the rest of team management just wants their Blue Eagles to take care of their wins in class. "The first semester will be online, the university already announced that, but we're trying to get all of our players into summer classes online," he shared in the inaugural episode of Coaches Unfiltered. He then continued, "Just to get them a little bit ahead in terms of credits because the one thing we all have an abundance of now is time. We can use that time productively in various aspects of our live and that's a good thing." The Katipunan-based school is well-known to hold its student-athletes to a higher academic standard than usual - and indeed, through his tenure, Coach Tab has made sure that his players take care of business inside the classroom just as well as they do on the court. Even when contact sports are given the green light, the brilliant tactician said that part of Ateneo's daily schedule would still be devoted to studies. "Obviously, our plan for that is going to be to get into a camp-like situation. One of the elements of that is going to be a daily study hall or daily period for academic advancement," he shared. He then continued, "We're nothing if we're not students. That's true and that's been true in Ateneo for a long, long time so we have to incorporate that into whatever our plans would be in the coming months." Whatever those plans would end up being, the Blue Eagles could rest easy that they remain standing on steady ground. Asked about budget cuts due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, coach Tab answered, "For right now, we seem to be in good footing. Again, we have tremendous support from MVP (Manny V. Pangilinan) so we're lucky to have that." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 12th, 2020