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Aplikasyon para sa student permit, new driver’s license magsisimula sa Agosto 3

ANG makakakuha na lamang ng student permit, new driver’s license at additional restriction code sa Land Transportation Office ay ang mga sumailalim na sa driving course. Ayon kay LTO Chief Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante magsisimula sa Agosto 3ang pagtanggap ng ahensya ng aplikasyon para sa mga bagong kukuha ng lisensya. Maaaring kumuha ng 15 oras […] The post Aplikasyon para sa student permit, new driver’s license magsisimula sa Agosto 3 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: News10 hr. 0 min. ago Related News

Guidelines para sa tradisyunal na jeepney inilabas ng LTFRB

INILABAS na ng Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) ang guidelines para sa muling pagbiyahe ng tradisyonal na jeepney sa Metro Manila simula sa Hulyo 3. Pinili ng LTFRB ang mga ruta na bubuksan para sa mga public utility jeepney. “Considering that PUJs will be plying their existing routes… no special permit is necessary […] The post Guidelines para sa tradisyunal na jeepney inilabas ng LTFRB appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 1st, 2020Related News

Amendments in POC charter mulled

Soon, the Philippine Olympic Committee will no longer permit a National Sports Association president to hold the same position in another NSA and will disaffiliate an NSA which is not recognized by its International Federation......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJul 1st, 2020Related News

DepEd sees lower enrollment this school year

THE Department of Education (DepEd) does not expect student enrollment to reach 27 million just like last school year due to the economic impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). “Sa aming initial projections, pino-project na namin na hindi natin makuha yung 27 million dahil nga sa impact nitong economic situation natin (From our initial […].....»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsJul 1st, 2020Related News

Ateneo saddened by reports of sexual harassment, vows action if warranted

“We trust, time and time again, in a system that is supposed to protect the student body from all these abuses, but we see all our hopes being shattered by menial punishments and the administration’s short-term memory loss," the university Sanggunian said in a statement then......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 28th, 2020Related News

OFW na may ticket, exit visa payagan nang umuwi sa bansa

UMAPELA si Quezon City Rep. Precious Hipolito Castelo sa Inter-Agency Task Force na payagan ng makauwi sa bansa ang mga overseas Filipino workers na mayroon ng ticket sa eruplano, exit visa at permit mula sa kanilang employer. Ayon kay Castelo aabot sa 16,000 OFW ang nais na makauwi ng bansa subalit hindi binibigyan ng clearance […] The post OFW na may ticket, exit visa payagan nang umuwi sa bansa appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 28th, 2020Related News

Ravena, Tuffin say imports helped them prepare for overseas play

With recent talks of foreign student-athletes (FSAs) and collegiate leagues in the country, Ravena and Tuffin shared the same sentiments that playing with FSAs was nothing but helpful in growing their careers......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJun 28th, 2020Related News

Real estate firm wields tree-cutting permit

BAGUIO CITY — A real estate firm stressed that the proper clearances were granted to them before the company undertook the cutting of more than 50 trees in a private property for a future development project in Baguio City. Vista Residences Inc., which is developing a private property in Barangay Outlook Drive into a multi-level […] The post Real estate firm wields tree-cutting permit appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 27th, 2020Related News

Meet the trusted trainer making sure Thirdy s true focus is on Japan

Thirdy Ravena will have to play guard for San-En NeoPhoenix in Japan's B.League. "He can play shooting guard. He can play small forward," Phoenix Co., Ltd. President Kenjiro Hongo said in his native tongue in the three-time UAAP Finals MVP's introductory press conference last Friday. "We will also try him at point guard. He will be a key player for us this season." Only, Ravena has been, for the most part, a forward in his time in Ateneo de Manila - both Jrs. and Srs. - and has only dabbled at the 2-spot for times under head coach Tab Baldwin. As it turns out, though, the 6-foot-2 all-around player has long been prepping and priming for this. And he has been doing so with the help of a trusted trainer - Jolo Tamayo of True Focus. "We have been doing things he has never done before because he's trying to become a point guard or a shooting guard. That's why we focused on ballhandling and improved his perimeter shooting to make him a deadly three-point shooter," he said. For Tamayo, it's no surprise at all that Ravena is getting the golden opportunity to showcase his skills abroad as, from the very start, the latter has proven his discipline and determination to the former. "Thirdy is very humble and hardworking. He trains as if he was an underdog and is always hungry for improvement," the youthful trainer said. Tamayo then recounted two inspiring instances of Ravena's fire and desire to be better. "One time, we were doing a drill and his nose was bleeding, but he didn't stop until the drill was over. I was so in awe because I thought he would relax when he realized (what was happening to his nose), but he still gave his 110 percent," he said. "Another instance was during the holidays when the gyms were closed early and since he came from Antipolo, I thought he wouldn't be able to train. But he said, 'Kahit dyan lang tayo sa harap ng kotse. Basta makapag-training,'" the founder of True Focus said. "We still trained in the parking lot until 12 midnight. That's how thirsty Thirdy is in training and I think this is what separates him from the rest of the competition. With all those, Tamayo just feels fortunate to have the golden opportunity to help Ravena spread his wings even further. "We were just introduced by a common friend and, to be honest, I thought it was a long shot for us to work with Thirdy," he shared. He then continued, "We were just lucky that Thirdy was free one day and he gave us a chance to show how we make things work." Even better for True Focus, having Ravena with them gives them just the boost they need to keep moving forward with their program. In particular, this is all more than enough proof for Tamayo that he is on the right path after he had to take a detour in his playing career because of an ACL injury. "This is all very fulfilling because I never had a trainer who made me better. I'm still chasing my dream to be a basketball player, but I'm very ecstatic because while doing so, I could help other young players achieve their dreams and become better in the sport they love," he said. The guard-turned-trainer once suited up for Colegio de San Juan de Letran in the NCAA Jrs. from 2015 to 2017 before a knee injury sidelined him. While on the shelf, he used all the time he had in his hands to learn tips and tricks to improve his game - tips and tricks that until now, he's sharing with students of True Focus. While their no. 1 student is now headed to Japan, Tamayo said his education with them is far from over. "We can always try out new things like virtual training and coaching, but of course, everything would still depend on Thirdy's availability. For me, I'll just watch his games in Japan and shares insights on what we need to tweak," he said. He then continued, "I will always be here to support him and once he comes back here after Japan, I'm sure he'll be a beast - a beast that will still want to be better." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 27th, 2020Related News

Benilde coach TY Tang in favor of foreign student-athletes, says they raise level of play

Speaking during the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) web forum on Tuesday, NCAA top brass reaffirmed their decision to keep FSAs out of the league next year......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJun 27th, 2020Related News

A big step back

Once again, the NCAA is firmly sticking to its guns about not having foreign players on its varsity teams. We reiterate that, as a long-standing private entity, the association is at full liberty to do whatever it wants, if that is what it believes is best for its student-athletes. But by the same token, the league’s decisions will also have to bear scrutiny......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJun 26th, 2020Related News

TIEZA dangles tax perks for tourism

The Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority is offering tax incentives for the renovation of tourism enterprises and lowering its permit fees to P1 as part of efforts to aid the recovery of the tourism sector......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: FinanceJun 25th, 2020Related News

Villar seeks recall of Cavite reclamation project’s permit

Sen. Cynthia Villar asked yesterday the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to recall the environment compliance certificate issued to the 320-hectare Bacoor reclamation project in Cavite, warning that it would destroy protected areas and trigger flooding in communities around Manila Bay......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 24th, 2020Related News

NCAA remains off-limits to foreign student-athletes

It may take a long time before foreign student-athletes will be allowed to suit up in the National Collegiate Athletic Association again......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJun 23rd, 2020Related News

Collegiate leagues to benefit from establishment of NAS -- Tolentino

The establishment of the National Academy of Sports is not a threat to collegiate leagues according to Philippine Olympic Committee president Bambol Tolentino. Speaking to the POC-Philippine Sports Commission Press Corps via Zoom, Tolentino said that the trailblazing project of the government of putting up a secondary education academy for potential national athletes will actually benefit collegiate leagues like the UAAP and NCAA. “Hindi naman (kaagaw) kasi after that they’ll pursue into different colleges eh sa tertiary nila,” said Tolentino, also the representative of the eight district of Cavite. “Pag-aagawan na nga ‘yan. Mag-aagawan na ang UAAP at NCAA dyan kung sino ang kukunin.” He said that it will be more convenient for schools to recruit potential talents from NAS, who during their stay in the facility will get holistic quality education and special training to enable them to excel in their respective sports. “Pabor din sa university ‘yan kung sinong mago-offer,” said the POC chief, who is also the cycling head. “Na ito galing ito ng NAS, scholar ito. Malakas sa swimming ito o sa track and field. Pag-aagawan pa yan ng UAAP at NCAA or even international schools.” However, the directives on how potential student-athletes will be chosen or recruited to the NAS have yet to be discussed and if it will directly clash with the recruitment of collegiate teams. Member schools from the major collegiate leagues UAAP and NCAA have been investing heavily in their respective recruitment of programs. Most are already scouting for talents even from the elementary level to play for their high school teams, which then serves as their training pool for future players in their college teams.       On June 10, President Rodrigo Duterte signed the NAS Act which institutionalized an educational system within the framework of a national sustainable sports program.    The academy's main campus will be at the existing New Clark City Sports Complex in Capas, Tarlac, which will be constructed by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). This will give the students priority access to facilities at the New Clark City Sports Complex. The NAS is attached to the Department of Education (DepEd), in close coordination with the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC).     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 22nd, 2020Related News

Red tape sa construction ng telco towers permit kinondena

MABILIS na matutugunan ang kakulangan ng internet sa maraming lugar sa bansa at ang pangangailangan para sa mabilis na digital function sa panahon ng krisis, tulad ngayong pandemya, kung agarang mapupunuan ng mga telco ang kakulangan ng kanilang mga cell towers. Ayon sa Citizen Watch Philippines, maraming contractor ng mga telco towers ang naiipit umano […] The post Red tape sa construction ng telco towers permit kinondena appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 21st, 2020Related News

Go: Transportation schemes won’t compromise safety

The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases must thoroughly study the proposed guidelines and determine the necessary health and safety protocols needed to permit motorcycle backriding again. At the same time, Go appealed to commuters to comply with health safety guidelines. “Malaking tulong sa ating mga kababayan kung papayagan ang […] The post Go: Transportation schemes won’t compromise safety appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 21st, 2020Related News

Fil-Am Girl Bags Youth Award in US

A 17-year old Filipino-American received an award in the United States for her “selfless dedication” and strong desire to give back to her community. Jeanelle Pua Mapili, a student from Adams High School in Rochester Hills, Michigan, was bestowed with the 2020 Youth Recognition Award by the board of directors of Rochester Area Youth Assistance […].....»»

Source: Metrocebu MetrocebuCategory: NewsJun 19th, 2020Related News

Birdies galore at Hilton Head, and Spieth needed them badly

By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer The RBC Heritage began two month later than usual with a little rain, a little sunshine and a lot of birdies, most of them from Jordan Spieth to turn a rough start into a furious finish. Ian Poulter holed a 30-foot birdie putt and followed with a 5-iron to 4 feet for a birdie that closed out his round of 7-under 64, giving him a share of the lead Thursday with Mark Hubbard at Hilton Head. “I've always loved coming here to play golf,” said Poulter, and he has plenty of company this year. The RBC Heritage, typically a week after the Masters in April, is the second tournament since the PGA Tour returned after 90 days from the COVID-19 pandemic. The top three players in the world are at Hilton Head — Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas — and none broke par on a day in which 66 players in the 151-man field shot in the 60s. A year ago, only 38 players in the 132-man field opened with rounds in the 60s. Spieth wouldn't have guessed he would be one of them after a tee shot what was 5 yards right of the 12th fairway hit a tree and didn't stop rolling until it was out-of-bounds. He made triple bogey and was 3 over through three holes. “All of a sudden, I’m 3 over through three, and you start to see guys going 2 under through two, 2 under through three early,” Spieth said. “It’s not a great feeling.” Determined to at least try to get under par for his round, Spieth had a career-best six straight birdies on his back nine and finished with seven birdies over his last eight holes for a 66. Poulter and Hubbard, who started birdie-eagle, were a shot ahead of a group that included Webb Simpson, Ryan Palmer and Viktor Hovland, Colonial winner Daniel Berger, Brooks Koepka, Ernie Els and that incredible bulk, Bryson DeChambeau, were in the large group at 67. DeChambeau, who added some 40 pounds of mass to increase his swing speed, was hammering shots over the range during practice earlier in the week. He had to tone it down on the tight, tree-lined Harbour Town Golf Links. “I couldn’t unleash the Kraken today,” DeChambeau said, a student of physics and Scandinavian folklore. “It was just too tight out there. The wind was swirling all day, and I couldn’t feel comfortable to give it a good whack, but I was still able to manage keeping it mostly in the fairway.” Dustin Johnson was poised to make a move until hit into the water on the par-3 14th and compounding the error with a three-putt triple bogey. He still managed a 68. It was the first PGA Tour with spectators on the property, just not on the golf course with tickets. Harbour Town is lined with vacation homes, villas and townhouses, and plenty of people spilled onto their decks and into their yards to watch. The tour has ropes to line the fairway. This year, they put up ropes to line the yards to keep people from coming all the way onto the course. One family had a sign up for Spieth as he walked along the eighth fairway, one of only two holes on the front nine where he failed to make birdie. That shot out-of-bounds had all markings of bad breaks he has seen too often during three winless years. With a provisional tee shot in the fairway, Spieth went over to look at the trees, and then some 20 yards to the right at his original tee shot nestled in the pine straw. And then he three-putted. Instead of getting down, he told caddie Michael Greller on the next tee, “That's over. Le'ts get four (birdies) today and shoot under par.” “I ended up getting a few more than that,” he said. Just like last week's opening round at Colonial, he got hot on his back nine. The streak began with an 8-foot putt on the par-5 second hole, and included a 7-iron to 4 feet to a left pin near the water on the par-3 fourth. He was on such a roll that Spieth began to contemplate eight straight birdies to end his round. But he saw enough mud on his ball from the fairway on No. 8 that he played conservatively to 30 feet, and then finished with another short birdie. McIlroy and Thomas, who both had chances to win going into the final round at Colonial last year, had 72. Rahm had a 71. For McIlroy, it was the first time since the ZoZo Championship in Japan in late October that he was over par after the first round. Rory McIlroy was among those who struggled, and only a pair of birdies on the back nine kept it from being worse. He opened with a 72. That ended a streak of seven straight tournaments in which he broke par in the opening round dating to the ZoZo Championship in Japan last October. “I'm sort of missing my 3-wood left and missing my driver right,” McIlroy said. “If you’re in any way like in two minds what to do off the tees around here and get a little bit sort of guidey, it can bite you.”.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 19th, 2020Related News

ALI bond float starts

The offer period for Ayala Land Inc.’s (ALI) 2-year fixed rate bond is from 15 June until 19 June 2020. The offer period commenced following the receipt of a certificate of permit to offer securities for sale from the Securities and Exchange Commission on 11 June 2020. The bond has a coupon rate of 3 […] The post ALI bond float starts appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 17th, 2020Related News