Hindi kami baog : Derek Ramsay opens up about Ellen Adarna s miscarriage

Actor Derek Ramsay shared that his wife, Ellen Adarna, experienced a miscarriage......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: News7 hr. 52 min. ago Related News

Ayaw ko sila maghiwalay : Annabelle Rama on Richard Gutierrez, Sarah Lahbati

Annabelle Rama spit strong words anew, but reiterated that she does not want her son Richard Gutierrez and his wife Sarah Lahbati to part ways. .....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesDec 10th, 2023Related News

[Two Pronged] My husband’s ex keeps gossiping about his premature ejaculation

'His ex-girlfriend taunts me by spreading gossip that I may be the wife, but my husband isn’t really turned on by me'.....»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsDec 10th, 2023Related News

Japanese ‘killed’ by wife, her ex-lover for refusing to give P120K that he promised

CEBU CITY, Philippines – The brutal death of a Japanese national inside his bedroom in Liloan town in northern Cebu was said to have been orchestrated by his own wife and her former common-law partner. According to Arnel Pura, National Bureau of Investigation Cebu District Office (NBI-CEBDO) agent-in-charge, the wife became furious after Doug Hiroshi.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsDec 10th, 2023Related News

Matteo Guidicelli’s Christmas wish is to have a baby with wife Sarah G

Matteo Guidicelli’s Christmas wish is to have a baby with wife Sarah Geronimo......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesDec 4th, 2023Related News

Cebu City road collision injures pregnant woman, 5 others

CEBU CITY, Philippines – A pregnant woman and five others were injured in a road collision involving a multicab and a sports utility vehicle (SUV) that happened on Maracas Street in Nivel Hills, Cebu City, on Monday, December 4. Those injured were the multicab driver, his wife, and four bystanders. According to the initial investigation.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsDec 4th, 2023Related News

Israel: Yoni Ashner, whose family was freed from Hamas, won t celebrate till all hostages return

Tel Aviv [Israel], November 25 (ANI): Yoni Ashner, an Israeli national whose wife and two daughters returned to him after being held hostage by Hamas for 49 days, has said that he won't be celebrating the release unless all the hostages under captivity return to their loved ones, Times of Israel reported. Asher's wife, Doron, and their two young daughters Raz (5) and Aviv (2) were taken on October 7 from the sealed room i.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsNov 26th, 2023Related News

Israel: Yoni Ashner, whose family was freed from Hamas, won t celebrate till all hostages return

Tel Aviv [Israel], November 25 (ANI): Yoni Ashner, an Israeli national whose wife and two daughters returned to him after being held hostage by Hamas for 49 days, has said that he won't be celebrating the release unless all the hostages under captivity return to their loved ones, Times of Israel reported. Asher's wife, Doron, and their two young daughters Raz (5) and Aviv (2) were taken on October 7 from the sealed room i.....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsNov 25th, 2023Related News

Ridley Scott reunites with Joaquin Phoenix for ‘Napoleon’ biopic

The film portrays Napoleon, played by Phoenix, as the revered and criticized historical figure in France with a softer side uncovered by his wife Josephine, played by Vanessa Kirby.....»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsNov 17th, 2023Related News

Netizens durog ang puso sa open letter ni Maggie Wilson para sa anak na mahigit 1 year na niyang hindi nakikita

SOBRANG nangungulila na si Maggie Wilson, ang estranged wife ng real estate mogul na si Victor Consunji, sa anak niyang si Connor na mahigit isang taon na niyang hindi nakikita. Kaya naman may open letter si Maggie para sa anak sa Instagram ngayong araw kalakip ang mga larawan ni Connor noong magkasama sila sa huling.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsNov 13th, 2023Related News

Business with culture in Iloilo

Over the past year, still eagerly emerging from our post-pandemic stupor, my wife Beng and I have been traveling up a storm, limiting ourselves to local destinations such as Bacolod, Virac, Davao, Roxas City and Iloilo City......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsNov 12th, 2023Related News

A welcome break in Kawayan Cove

Thanks to last week’s long break, my good friend Angela Lopez invited her boyfriend Dino Santos, her cousin Mark Lopez (wife Connie and daughter Martina were in the US), and me and my kids to spend a few days at her newly renovated home in Kawayan Cove in Batangas......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsNov 12th, 2023Related News

Abdon rules PAL Invitational

Playing in his first tournament since the demise of his wife, senior campaigner Ryan Abdon gunned down an eagle and two birdies for a System 36 net four-under-par 68 last Monday to win the overall title in the Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Miles Elite Invitational golf tournament......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsNov 8th, 2023Related News

Richard Gutierrez hopes to work with wife Sarah Lahbati in an action project

Richard Gutierrez has expressed eagerness to work alongside his wife, Sarah Lahbati, in an action project. This comes on the heels of the actress’ unexpected cameo in the recent conclusion of his ABS-CBN primetime show The Iron Heart......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesNov 4th, 2023Related News

Deceased Maine shooter had mental health problems: police

Police in Maine said Saturday that the man who gunned down 18 people at a bar and a bowling alley and later committed suicide, suffered serious mental health issues, but was able to buy weapons legally because he had never been forcibly committed to treatment. The body of Robert Card, a 40-year-old army reservist, was discovered Friday night inside a tractor-trailer near a recycling center where he used to work, said Maine public safety commissioner Mike Sauschuck. Card had shot himself. Investigators are still struggling to determine Card's motive for carrying out Wednesday's massacre in the town of Lewiston. However, Sauschuck said that Card had reportedly been hearing voices and suffering from paranoia. "Clearly there's a mental health component to this," Sauschuck told reporters. Investigators found a "paper-style" note that Card had left to a loved one which contained a password to his phone and bank account information, Sauschuck said, adding that the note had the tone of a suicide letter. Card was found in possession of three weapons, one of them a long gun, all purchased legally because he had never been forcibly committed to a mental institution. Despite the apparently clear mental health issues and a reportedly recent psychiatric evaluation undergone by Card, "a background check is not going to ping that this individual was prohibited," Sauschuck added. The sigh of relief The discovery of Card's body ended a massive two-day manhunt, which had this quiet city of 38,000 people on lockdown, with businesses and schools closed and residents terrified. Sauschuck acknowledged the help Card's family had provided to the investigation, saying his relatives were among the first people to call the police and identify the suspect. "This family has been incredibly cooperative with us," he said. Lewiston finally breathed a sigh of relief with businesses beginning to open and people appearing on the streets Saturday. Several posters reading "Lewiston strong" were seen in the city. Shukri Abasheikh, 60, was finally able to reopen her halal grocery store after the lockdown. "This morning I'm so happy because the last two days, we were worried a lot and we were scared," Abasheikh told AFP. "My customers were calling me saying we don't have milk, we don't have anything, can you open and I said, 'I'm scared.'" Upon learning that Card was dead, Sheri Withers, 44, owner of a Lewiston art gallery, said she felt "a balance of relief and remembering how to breathe, but also just being sad because, you know, it was a human life." For now, residents are "just trying to rebuild the pieces, and getting on from here is gonna be the next step for our community," she added. A local resident named Danica, who was buying coffee at a drive-through, said she was happy Card was dead, but at the same time wished he had first been brought to justice. "I think he took the coward's way out of doing it by suicide," Danica, who declined to give her last name, told AFP. "I think he should be held accountable for his crimes." In a statement issued shortly after Card's body was discovered Friday night, President Joe Biden vowed to renew efforts to curb gun violence in the United States. "Americans should not have to live like this," Biden said. "I will continue to do everything in my power to end this gun violence epidemic." Biden said the shooting brought "a tragic two days -- not just for Lewiston, Maine, but for our entire country." Authorities on Friday identified the victims, ranging from a husband and wife in their 70s to a 14-year-old boy killed alongside his father. This was one of the deadliest shootings in the United States since 2017, when a gunman opened fire on a crowded music festival in Las Vegas, killing 60 people Mass shootings are alarmingly common in the United States, a country where there are more guns than people and where attempts to clamp down on their spread are always met with stiff resistance. The United States has recorded over 500 mass shootings this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive, a non-governmental organization that defines a mass shooting as four or more people wounded or killed. Efforts to tighten gun controls have for years run up against opposition from Republicans, staunch defenders of the constitutional right to bear arms. The political paralysis endures despite widespread outrage over recurring shootings. The post Deceased Maine shooter had mental health problems: police appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsOct 28th, 2023Related News

Lebanon court orders ex-car boss Ghosn out of Beirut home: official

A Lebanese judge has decided to evict former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn from his luxury home, a judicial official said Saturday, four years after an investment firm accused him of "trespassing". Ghosn, who took up residency in the Beirut property after fleeing prosecution in Japan in 2019, appealed the ruling on Friday, the official added. A spokesperson for Ghosn confirmed he had appealed. Ghosn and his wife must "vacate the property... within a month", according to a copy of the decision seen by AFP and dated 16 October. The home with pink walls in the Lebanese capital's upscale Ashrafieh neighborhood is worth some $19 million and is registered to Lebanese company Phoinos Investment, the judicial official said, requesting anonymity as they were not authorized to speak to the media. Phoinos initiated the legal action in 2019 and has accused Ghosn of "trespassing on private property and living in the home without legal basis", the official added. According to the court document, Ghosn said the company was affiliated with Nissan and that "the property was purchased... for his residence, and there is a signed agreement with Nissan that grants him the right to reside" there. Ghosn occupied the home "according to a contractual relationship linking... Ghosn and Nissan", the decision said. However, the end of that relationship and the plaintiff's wish to retake the property invalidates "the legal basis" of his occupancy, it added. In a written statement to AFP, a Ghosn spokesperson said documents that had been unavailable for prior hearings in the cast would support his appeal. "He will now be able to present all the documents held up in Japan that he was unable to secure on time," the statement said. Ghosn, the former chairman and chief executive of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, was arrested in Japan in November 2018 on suspicion of financial misconduct, before being sacked by Nissan's board in a unanimous decision. He jumped bail late the following year and made a dramatic escape from Japan hidden in an audio-equipment box, landing in Beirut, where he remains an international fugitive. Ghosn has always denied the charges against him, arguing they were cooked up by Nissan executives who opposed his attempts to more closely integrate the firm with French partner Renault. Japan and France have sought his arrest, but Lebanon does not extradite its citizens, and judicial authorities have slapped a travel ban on Ghosn, who holds Lebanese, French, and Brazilian nationality. The post Lebanon court orders ex-car boss Ghosn out of Beirut home: official appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsOct 28th, 2023Related News

‘Fake wife’ intercepted by BI officers

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) warned on Friday the traveling public not to fall prey to recruiters providing fake documents. The warning was issued by BI in response to the case of a female traveler who was stopped from departing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on 19 October after a BI officer discovered that her departure had earlier been postponed after she was discovered using fraudulent travel credentials. The passenger stated she was traveling to Oman to visit her husband but the marriage certificate she produced was forged. She eventually admitted that every document she had submitted was a fabrication, including the purported affidavit of support from her partner. The passenger intended to depart for Malaysia in September of last year, but immigration agents stopped her because she was carrying the wrong paperwork, according to a later review of her travel history. According to the BI's immigration protection and border enforcement unit (I-PROBES), the victim even supplied an altered wedding photo to officials to mislead them. The victim also admitted that she paid more than P30,000 for the fake documents, which authorities believe were used to illegally work abroad. Her case was immediately forwarded to the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT) to file cases against her recruiter. The post ‘Fake wife’ intercepted by BI officers appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsOct 27th, 2023Related News

Pilmico on World Bread Day: Bread’s transformative impact on communities

Every year on 16 October, the world celebrates “World Bread Day” to honor all kinds of bread around the world. A dietary staple in people’s lives for centuries, bread plays a much more significant role in the lives of those who bake bread as their primary source of livelihood. Pilmico has been a steadfast partner of bakers since 1962. It has given out 108 bakery kits nationwide since it started distributing livelihood kits in 2016. In honor of the “World Bread Day,” Pilmico reflects on how it has helped change the lives of several people through bread. Feeding the future Pilmico’s “Kutitap Feeding Program” was launched as a sustainable initiative to address malnutrition in public schools while at the same time supporting local bakeries. The program was made possible through the help of its partner bakeries, who went through technical training and received equipment from Pilmico. They provided bread to public schools within their communities. The Kutitap Feeding Program started in Iligan City in 2015 and in Tarlac in 2018. Since then, the program has progressively evolved through the years. Due to pandemic restrictions, it was turned into the “Kutitap Care Package,” where students received baked goods and eggs through its partner bakery, Aguila Bakeshop. Now, the program has also started incorporating meats in the meals served to the daycare students in Bamban, Tarlac. Aside from feeding students with nutritional bread, this initiative also contributed to the success of some partner bakeries such as C&G Bakery from Iligan City. Marlon C. Gecale, owner of C&G Bakery, has devoted his life to baking — from when he was a teen working as a baker to an adult owning his bakery. In between, he worked as an OFW and his passion for baking grew stronger, prompting him to have his own bakery. After buying an oven with his first salary, Gecale and his wife spent the next five years building their small bakery while he worked abroad. In 2017, they applied to become a bakery partner for Pilmico’s “Kutitap Feeding Program.” They were determined to prove that their small bakery could fulfill the demands of the program despite their new and small bakery. By partnering with Pilmico for the Kutitap Feeding Program, C&G Bakery, owned by Marlon Gecale, was able to expand to three more branches in Mindanao. Gecale underwent a month-long training with Pilmico where he earned new technical skills in baking and new recipes, which he still uses in his bakery. Since then, their bakery has grown and has been a reliable partner of Pilmico in various programs including the Iligan Community Pantry. Today, C&G Bakery has expanded to three branches in Iligan City, Misamis Oriental and Zamboanga del Sur. 'Tinapay Ti Uno' program Aside from Pilmico’s own initiatives, it has partnered with local government units such as the Department of Agrarian Reform Tarlac for the “Tinapay Ti Uno” program in partnership with Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, Department of Trade and Industry and the Office of Congressman Jaime Cojuangco from the 1st District of Tarlac province. This program aims to create healthy buns using locally sourced ingredients from Agrarian Reform Beneficiary Organizations and provide them to public school students in the 1st district of Tarlac. A total of 11 ARBOs participated in a bun and special bread competition where the winners will be responsible for the distribution of buns to the students. In the competition held last 24 2023, three ARBOs were hailed as the grand winners: Cabayaoasan Farmer Agriculture Cooperative from Paniqui, Tarlac; Bacabac Farmers Producers Cooperative from Brgy. Bacabac, Camiling, Tarlac; and Sinulatan 1st Agriculture Cooperative from Brgy. Sinulatan 1st, Camiling, Tarlac. Each winner received a bakery livelihood package from Pilmico that included an oven, stainless steel table, bread rack, bread showcase, proofer with cover, spiral mixer and 10 Pilmico flour sacks. In addition to the equipment, the winners were to receive technical assistance and bakery management training from Pilmico as they set up their bakery business. During the winners’ onsite bakery training in Camiling, Tarlac last 3 October, it was revealed that two out of the three ARBOs have already opened their bakeries within their communities. In celebration of “World Bread Day,” Pilmico emphasizes its unwavering commitment to providing high-quality flour that helps create nutritional bread products. “We believe in the transformative power that a simple loaf of bread can bring to people’s lives, especially those who rely on it as their main source of livelihood. Pilmico is dedicated to delivering the finest flour for the community’s bread making needs,” said Ma. Katrina Bayog, Pilmico Corporate Social Responsibility manager. The post Pilmico on World Bread Day: Bread’s transformative impact on communities appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsOct 27th, 2023Related News

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Binghay: Single Wife?.....»»

Source: Sunstar SunstarCategory: NewsOct 27th, 2023Related News

Czech-born US conductor Zdenek Macal dies at 87

Czech-born US conductor Zdenek Macal, who led over 170 orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic and the Berlin Philharmonic, has died aged 87, his friend Filip Wagner told AFP. Macal died in a Prague hospital late on Wednesday, he added. Born in the second Czech city of Brno on 8 January 1936, Macal gained experience in his father's jazz band. He won international recognition at conductor competitions in France and the United States in the 1960s. Macal left former communist Czechoslovakia for West Germany with his wife and young daughter after Soviet-led armies crushed the liberal Prague Spring movement in 1968. He led orchestras in various cities including Cologne, Chicago, and Sydney before settling down in the United States in 1982. He notably conducted the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra from 1993 to 2002, with whom he recorded almost the entire symphonic work of his compatriot Antonin Dvorak. "This was his number one orchestra abroad," Wagner said. Macal could only return to his homeland after the communist rule of four decades was toppled in 1989. He led the Prague-based Czech Philharmonic from 2003 to 2007. The post Czech-born US conductor Zdenek Macal dies at 87 appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsOct 26th, 2023Related News