Sharon Cuneta Speaks About KC Concepcion Pregnancy Rumors

Megastar Sharon Cuneta has this reaction over the rumors. SHARON CUNETA – The Megastar Sharon Cuneta has this reaction over the pregnancy rumors about her daughter KC Concepcion. KC Concepcion has long been on show business hiatus as she had her focus on her jewelry line, the Avec Moi. And since the people have never […]

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UP, Ateneo, La Salle graduates rule anti-fake news contest
MANILA, Philippines - A three-man Filipino team captured top honors in a competition challenging programmers and developers to create systems to help battle the prevalence of fake news.   Carlos Nazareno of Ateneo de Manila University, Dominic Ligot of De La Salle University and Nikko Torcita of the University of the Philippines - Dilimanbagged the gold prize at the "Break the Fake Hackathon" in Manila last August 17 after creating a network graph "to track purveyors of disinformation by mapping out the relationships of fake news websites with each other."   Competing teams were given five minutes to present their work and three minutes to answer questions from ...Keep on reading: UP, Ateneo, La Salle graduates rule anti-fake news contest
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Probe of China plans for 3 PH islands sought
MANILA, Philippines --- Lawmakers from the militant party list group Bayan Muna on Tuesday asked the House of Representatives to investigate development plans for three islands, supposedly with Chinese funding, that have drawn objections from national security officials.   In a resolution, Representatives Carlos Isagani Zarate, Ferdinand Gaite and Eufemia Cullamat asked the House committee on national defense and security to look into the implications of the development plans for Fuga Island in Cagayan province and Grande and Chiquita islands on Subic Bay, Zambales province.   The lawmakers cited how the Department of National Defense and the Philippine Navy had rai...Keep on reading: Probe of China plans for 3 PH islands sought
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Duterte meeting Xi amid pressure to confront China over sea claims
MANILA, Philippines --- President Rodrigo Duterte will visit Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping next week to raise their conflicting claims to the South China Sea, as the Filipino leader faces pressure at home to confront Beijing.   While the President has embraced China and had largely set aside a once-tense standoff over the resource-rich waterway, a series of confrontations have stoked domestic discontent.   About time   The President heads to China on Aug. 28 and is due to return to the Philippines on Sept. 2, his spokesperson, Salvador Panelo, told journalists on Tuesday.   Beijing claims most of the South China Sea, including waters close to ...Keep on reading: Duterte meeting Xi amid pressure to confront China over sea claims
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Twist of POGOs’ fate: Beijing asks PH to ban all online gambling
  MANILA, Philippines --- After two and a half years, the online gaming business in the country may have peaked and could well be on its way down, as China calls on the Philippines to ban all online gambling involving its citizens.   China's appeal came as Philippine defense officials expressed apprehension about the security risks posed by the proliferation of Philippine offshore gaming operator (POS) hubs near military installations in Metro Manila.   On Tuesday, the Chinese foreign ministry thanked the Philippine government for suspending the issuance of new licenses to Chinese-run Pogos, but it urged the government to do more.   Gambling i...Keep on reading: Twist of POGOs’ fate: Beijing asks PH to ban all online gambling
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Gov’t borrowings jump 82.5%
The government's gross borrowings jumped 82.5 percent to P840.8 billion in the first half as it ramped up debt from both local and foreign sources.   The latest Bureau of the Treasury data showed that the national government's combined domestic and external borrowings from January to June climbed from P460.8 billion a year ago.   Local borrowings, which accounted for the bulk of the end-June total, amounted to P615.4 billion, up from the P305 billion generated from the sale of treasury bills and bonds a year ago.   The remaining P225.5 billion borrowed from offshore debt markets or sourced from official development assistance loans from multilateral lende...Keep on reading: Gov’t borrowings jump 82.5%
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You want them dead, but roaches, spiders on PH ‘must-save’ list
MANILA, Philippines -- While the sight of cockroaches and spiders can leave some fleeing in fear, there is a new reason to rally behind insects and spiders that are not so loved by many.   For the first time, invertebrates, including insects, arachnids and land snails, have been included on the country's updated "Red List," or the National List of Threatened Terrestrial Fauna of the Philippines, expanding the knowledge on critical and vulnerable species in our biodiversity-rich country.   Scientists and conservationists assessed a total of 784 species of cockroaches, beetles, true bugs, wasps, butterflies, moths, dragonflies, damselflies, leaf insects, stick insects...Keep on reading: You want them dead, but roaches, spiders on PH ‘must-save’ list
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AirAsia eyes flights to Guam by 2020
AirAsia Philippines is planning flights to Guam by 2020 as rival budget airline Cebu Pacific pulls out.   AirAsia Philippines' newly appointed CEO Ricardo Islas said the airline would seek a permit to fly to the United States territory once it had secured regulatory approval to be designated an official carrier to the United States.   "Upon receipt of designation, AirAsia will be ready to apply for an operating permit to operate flights specifically to Guam," Isla said in a text message.   "With a fleet of 24 Airbus A320 aircraft, AirAsia is capable of launching flights as soon as permits are ready," he added.   AirAsia Philippines earlier file...Keep on reading: AirAsia eyes flights to Guam by 2020
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WHAT WENT BEFORE: ‘A plot seemingly hatched in hell’
  On March 14, 1995, after a 16-month trial, then Pasig Regional Trial Court Judge Harriet Demetriou found former Mayor Antonio Sanchez of Calauan, Laguna, and six of his henchmen guilty in the 1993 rape-slay of University of the Philippines student Eileen Sarmenta and the killing of her boyfriend Allan Gomez.   The court imposed the penalty of seven reclusion perpetua, each equivalent to 40 years in prison, on each of the seven men. It also ordered them to pay P11.3 million in damages to the families of Sarmenta and Gomez.   In what Demetriou called "a plot seemingly hatched in hell," Sanchez ordered his aides to abduct Sarmenta, whom he raped while they be...Keep on reading: WHAT WENT BEFORE: ‘A plot seemingly hatched in hell’
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Swine fever fears prompt strict checks on pig farms, pork
  MANILA, Philippines --- The Department of Agriculture (DA) has ordered strict certification of live animals and processed pork products that are to be moved and traded across the country as fears rise that African swine fever has hit hogs in the province of Rizal.   Reports of hog deaths in Rizal in recent days have pushed some other hog-raising provinces to take measures to keep their livestock free of the disease.   Batangas has set up 17 animal inspection points and deployed inspection teams to check pig farms for any signs of African swine fever.   Bohol has banned the importation of pigs and pork products to keep the disease out of the ...Keep on reading: Swine fever fears prompt strict checks on pig farms, pork
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BOI reports 24% growth in 7-month investment pledges
Investment pledges registered by the Board of Investments (BOI) amounted to nearly P313 billion as of July, a 24-percent increase from the level in the same period last year.   In a statement on Tuesday, the BOI said it had approved P312.8 billion worth of projects in the first seven months of the year, a jump from P252.32 billion registered in the comparative period in 2018.   Local pledges still accounted for the bulk of the commitments at P243.2 billion, a 2.7-percent improvement from year ago level.   Foreign investment pledges, on the other hand, grew by 348 percent to P69.6 billion.   The majority of the approved investments, or 96.25 per...Keep on reading: BOI reports 24% growth in 7-month investment pledges
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Early Sanchez release sparks fear, anguish
  Fear, disbelief and painful emotions gripped the family of murder victim Allan Gomez when media reports came out that the man responsible for his death and the rape-slay of his college sweetheart 26 years ago might soon walk out of prison.   "It's like my heart is being crushed," OJ Gomez told the Inquirer in an online interview on Wednesday.   OJ, 47, is an older brother of Allan, a University of the Philippines Los Baos (UPLB) student who was killed on orders of then Mayor Antonio Sanchez of Calauan, Laguna, in 1993.   In one of the heinous crimes that shocked the nation in the 1990s, Allan and Eileen Sarmenta were abducted by Sanchez's ai...Keep on reading: Early Sanchez release sparks fear, anguish
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Longest day
  Jovelyn Gonzaga wasn't aware of the scores when the first set extended to a record length. And when her PacificTown-Army went down two sets, she wasn't aware, too, on what fuel she was running on.   Instinct, perhaps? Passion?   "I can't think of anything anymore, it was all attitude on my part," said the 27-year-old battle-scarred hitter. "Coach told me to stay in the game and hit at the highest possible percentage."   The Army standout obeyed both orders and displayed unwavering resilience under heavy fire, standing her ground and holding off Choco Mucho forces threatening to finish PacificTown-Army in straight sets.   Her effor...Keep on reading: Longest day
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Asian tourney puts SMB, TNT on course for rematch
  Just a month after San Miguel Beer's drama-filled conquest of TNT in the PBA Commissioner's Cup that further added coal to the burning feud between two rival conglomerates, the two teams could be on a collision course anew.   The Beermen and the KaTropa---along with the Blackwater Elite---are scheduled to participate in a Macau tournament along with other ballclubs from Asia, and coach Leo Austria has made it clear they are not in it merely as tourists.   "We always want to be a winner and we don't want to go out there and get humiliated by our opponents," Austria said on Tuesday during the team's victory party.   The tournament will also gi...Keep on reading: Asian tourney puts SMB, TNT on course for rematch
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PH described as ‘moderately attractive’
The Philippines is a "moderately attractive" location for investments, especially among the 122 countries that China has signed agreements with respect to its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).   A report jointly issued by American consultancy Deloitte and Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce described the Philippines as particularly good for investments in manufacturing, information technology, agriculture and transportation infrastructure.   This is so "[d]ue to the abundant labor resources of the Philippines and its natural environment suitable for the four industries mentioned."   The 226-page report, which is the second Belt and Road Countries Inve...Keep on reading: PH described as ‘moderately attractive’
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Higher contribution rate jacks up SSS H1 net income by 446% to P15.3B
The first-half net income of state-run pension fund Social Security System (SSS) jumped 446 percent to P15.3 billion as the faster rise in revenue boosted by the higher contribution rate since April outpaced the increase in expenses, including bigger pension benefits to retirees.   The SSS' latest condensed statement of comprehensive income showed that its end-June net income climbed from only P2.8 billion a year ago.   Its six-month revenue grew 21 percent to P116.7 billion from P96.8 billion in the same period last year.   First-half service and business income rose to P113.8 billion from P95.9 billion a year ago; gains, up to P2.8 billion from P705.7 m...Keep on reading: Higher contribution rate jacks up SSS H1 net income by 446% to P15.3B
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Gilas finally complete, thankful for friendlies vs Aussie squad
  June Mar Fajardo, Troy Rosario, and Roger Pogoy finally joined Gilas Pilipinas' training Tuesday night, and Yeng Guiao is confident that the trio will blend in seamlessly in time for their friendlies later this week.   "It's a lot of work," the national coach told reporters after a whirlwind Wednesday at Meralco Gym in Ortigas. "Hopefully, by Thursday, they've already memorized the plays."   They need to. The national team is ready to move on and move forward as the Fiba World Cup approaches, with key exhibition matches against Australian side Adelaide 36ers.   Moving on because the two tune-up games on Friday and Saturday mark the first on-...Keep on reading: Gilas finally complete, thankful for friendlies vs Aussie squad
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Race matters
Gabe Norwood was 11 when he was first exposed to racism. It was in a curb in a strip mall in the United States. And he's sure it wasn't the last time, except that he refuses to pin precise snapshots of such moments in his memory.   He just knows it happens.   "Whether it was in our travels, being out and about in certain countries. And this is not about being an African-American. It's just being a person of color and we're in a different country."   Norwood, Gilas Pilipinas' current skipper and its longest-serving standout, has seen racism rear its ugly head in the basketball scene here. It was the reported root of the Australia-Philippines brawl last...Keep on reading: Race matters
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P18.7-B Kaliwa Dam still awaiting ECC
All requirements for undertaking the P18.7-billion Kaliwa Dam---be it legal, financial, environmental or technical---"have been addressed in strict compliance" to Philippine laws, according to the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS).   MWSS said in a statement all submissions that the Commission on Audit (COA) called had been provided, except for the environmental compliance certificate (ECC)---the application for which the Department of Environment and Natural Resources had neither granted nor denied.   The agency was reacting to a COA memorandum dated June 16, which described the Kaliwa Dam project as "a negotiated contract from inception of the bid...Keep on reading: P18.7-B Kaliwa Dam still awaiting ECC
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Pagcor revenue from Pogo seen hitting P8B in 2019
Despite the controversy surrounding the industry, the government still expects to see increased revenues from the online gaming industry---resources that were previously nonexistent before the activity was legalized in 2016, according to the chief of the country's casino regulator.   In a statement, Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) chair and CEO Andrea Domingo said that licensing fees and royalties from Philippine offshore gaming operators (Pogos) would likely hit P8 billion by the end of 2019.   If this level is hit, that would translate to a 33-percent increase from the P6 billion that the industry remitted to the government last year.   A...Keep on reading: Pagcor revenue from Pogo seen hitting P8B in 2019
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No rest day for Viernes, Batangas standout who doubles as coach of Malaysian club
Just a few hours after a huge win at home, Batangas City spitfire Jeff Viernes was already at the airport about to take a flight back to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   Viernes handed out the pass to Mon Rogado's game-winning shot with four seconds remaining as the Athletics fought back from 16 points down to subdue the Bacoor Strikers, 68-67, late Tuesday night in an MPBL Lakan Season game at a jampacked Batangas City Coliseum.   But the point guard hardly had time to celebrate the triumph with his teammates as he rushed back to Ninoy Aquino International Airport to check in for his 6:30 a.m. flight back to the Malaysian capital.   For a few months now, this h...Keep on reading: No rest day for Viernes, Batangas standout who doubles as coach of Malaysian club
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Antonio Sanchez was convicted of 2 other murders
MANILA, Philippines --- Before Eileen Sarmenta was raped and killed and Allan Gomez was tortured and shot to death, Antonio Sanchez, then mayor of Calauan town in Laguna, was already being tried for two counts of murder. On April 13, 1991, father and son Nelson and Rickson Pealosa were shot to death by the mayor's henchmen. Nelson was then a political leader and supporter of Sanchez's political opponent. Sanchez and three others --- including Luis Corcolon, his co-accused in the Sarmenta-Gomez rape-slay case --- were convicted based on the testimony of one of the mayor's police escorts. The case was tried by Branch 160 of the Pasig Regional Trial Court, which rendered its verdic...Keep on reading: Antonio Sanchez was convicted of 2 other murders
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Jollibee fever hits Edmonton in western Canada
RED DEER, Alberta -- Signature Filipino fast-food chain Jollibee has arrived in Alberta, Canada, with its fifth newest branch, in Edmonton City, and shows no sign of stopping its expansion.   Jollibee eyes opening its Calgary branch in September, following the successful August 16 opening of its Edmonton branch.   Company information shared with INQUIRER.net shows that some 8,000 customers were served at this new branch during its opening day, including a Canadian who had camped out for three days -- breaking the record for the longest wait for a Jollibee opening. Company representatives noted that customers came as far as Nova Scotia, a province in Atlan...Keep on reading: Jollibee fever hits Edmonton in western Canada
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Fil-Ams compete in aloha-filled Vegas hula and ukulele fest
  LAS VEGAS -- Many Filipinos were among the competitors as well as the audience at the 7th annual Kumukahi Ukulele & Hula Festival on Aug. 9 and 10at Sam's Town Casino & Hotel. Participants came as far as Hawaii and Japan for this year's competition, which also served as a reunion of sorts for Hawaiian and Pacific Islander families in Nevada and Southern California, who refreshed ties at the swimming pool, bowling alley, food concessions and relaxed at the cinema complex as well as try their luck in casino games. One Fil-Am ukulele player, Mitchell Tabaldo, competing with the "Na Mele Kakou Ukulele group" under the direction of Arthur "Chika" Nagata from Torran...Keep on reading: Fil-Ams compete in aloha-filled Vegas hula and ukulele fest
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Prophets of doom: Is the end of the world near?
Armageddon didn't happen in 1982 as predicted by American evangelist Pat Robertson (born in 1930). Then, he prophesied again and again, and flopped again and again.   Even in predicting the end of the world, Americans and Russians were rivals. Grigori Rasputin (1869-1916), a Russian mystic who was assassinated in 1916, prophesied that fire would extinguish all human lives in 2013.   Jeane Dixon (1904-1997), an American self-proclaimed psychic, predicted that the planetary cataclysm would take place in 1962. Flopped. Thereafter, she prophesied the collapse of human civilization in 2020.   Science-based prophecies included NASA's prediction of Earth's d...Keep on reading: Prophets of doom: Is the end of the world near?
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Pistahan regales SF’s Fil-Am community for the 26th year
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The 26thPistahan had to contend with the very important security considerations in the aftermath of the recent active shooter incidents in Gilroy, California, El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.   Organizers admitted that there was more anxiety and focus on event security, prompting several meetings to address public safety and emergency protocols.   Nevertheless, the annual festivity pushed through with the same enthusiasm and excitement participants expected this time of the year.   The colorful, spirited parade proceeded as planned, and big-name dignitaries led by Parade Grand Marshal San Francisco Mayor London Bre...Keep on reading: Pistahan regales SF’s Fil-Am community for the 26th year
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Deadline for Plaridel Awards entries extended to Aug. 31
SAN FRANCISCO --- To provide more time for journalists to send entries, the Philippine American Press Club USA has extended the deadline for the eighth Plaridel Awards to August 31, 2019.   The Awardswill begiven on Thursday, Oct. 3 in San Francisco. Call for Entries are now in full swing. Entries for this year's competition must have seen print or had been broadcast through a Filipino American or mainstream media anywhere in the U.S. between June 1, 2018 thru May 31, 2019. Deadline for submission has been extended to August 31, 2019. For more information on The Plaridel Awards please visitwww.papcusa.org.   Established in 2012, The Plaridel was created to inspi...Keep on reading: Deadline for Plaridel Awards entries extended to Aug. 31
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Against all absurd odds
They make an unlikely match, but the odd-couple pairing of Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani gives "Stuber's" messy mesh of derivative ideas a viewer-pleasing boost. Who would have thought that the former, a six-time world wrestling champion who holds the record for the longest reign in the heavyweight category, would click with the latter, who's no slouch in his day job as an Oscar-nominated stand-up comedian? "Guardians of the Galaxy's" Drax the Destroyer has Filipino blood running through his veins, while Kumail, best-known for "The Big Sick" and "Silicon Valley," is Pakistani-American. Dave and Kumail's first movie together, "Stuber," which began its theatrical run in th...Keep on reading: Against all absurd odds
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Gina Lopez’s lasting legacy
Regina "Gina" Lopez, who recently passed away, was chair of the ABS-CBN Foundation, the network's sociocivic arm. Under her leadership, Gina launched Bantay Bata 163, the first rescue hotline for children in Asia. Gina also founded Bantay Kalikasan, a program that advocates for the protection of the environment. For her efforts, she was appointed chair of the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission in 2010. Gina pioneered Educational Television (ETV) in the Philippines, which put in place video libraries in 10,000 public schools. ETV aired in the span of 15 years, 16 educational TV programs, which include shows on Science ("Sineskwela"), Math ("Math Tinik"), Values ("Hirayaman...Keep on reading: Gina Lopez’s lasting legacy
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Govt borrowings down in June – BTr
Borrowings made by the national government dropped to P53.70 billion in June as it borrowed less from domestic sources, according to the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr). Data released by…READ
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Sistine Stallone unsure if she wants to be ‘a big deal’ like dad Sly
At a special screening of "47 Meters Down: Uncaged," one of its stars, Sistine Stallone, got a taste of how it feels to walk the red carpet and talk to the press about her own film, after years of seeing her dad, Sylvester, do it for his movies. "I feel naked! [But] the whole family is supporting. I'm so excited," Sistine, 21, told Entertainment Tonight. "Honestly, I feel a little speechless. This is, for the first time, my thing. So that's really cool. Hopefully, this isn't my first [and last] red carpet." Sistine chatted on FaceTime with dad Sly during filming, and the latter jokingly suggested that director Johannes Roberts should let her punch a shark. "He wanted the dir...Keep on reading: Sistine Stallone unsure if she wants to be ‘a big deal’ like dad Sly
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Boots, Francine note more ‘textured characters’ for women
After being in show biz for almost 50 years, veteran actress Boots Anson Roa has noted that characters these days---particularly those for women---are generally more "textured" than the ones she played early in her career. "My experiences help me interpret my roles better. And my observation is that life was simpler 30, 40, 50 years ago. Now there are more complexities, brought about by different factors, like social media," she said at a press conference for the ongoing GMA 7 soap, "Hanggang sa Dulo ng Buhay Ko." "So, in keeping up with the times, female characters are more textured, more complex," added Boots, who cited her character in the series, Adora, and her relationship...Keep on reading: Boots, Francine note more ‘textured characters’ for women
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‘Economic cost from alcohol to hit P256B’
THE economic cost of alcohol consumption could reach P256 billion by 2022, according to the Department of Finance (DoF). Citing a 2009 study, Finance Undersecretary Karl Kendrick Chua said this…READ
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CTRP Package 2+ and the pending mining tax bills
With the passage of Republic Act 11346, which increases the excise tax on tobacco products to P45 per pack by 2020 from the current P35, Congress is quickly working on…READ
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Doing ecozones right
THE Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) and the Department of Finance (DoF) have been at odds for months over the latter’s proposal, contained in the second package of the comprehensive…READ
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PH to keep relying on coal for energy
COAL will stay as the leading source of energy in the Philippines amid the government’s continued push for renewable energy (RE), according to a unit of the Fitch Group. In…READ
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Streamlining government services
As of late, I have been focusing most of my time with the Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA), a government agency still in its infancy, yet has already begun taking leaps…READ
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Budget passage must be Congress’ first priority
NOW that the 2020 National Expenditure Program, the administration’s proposed P4.1-trillion budget for next year, has been handed over to the House of Representatives, it is timely to remind members…READ
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LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019
LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019 – Draws for 6/49  SuperLotto, 6/42 Lotto LOTTO RESULT AUGUST 22, 2019 – Here is the official result of the 6/42 Lotto and 6/49 Super Lotto draw for today, Thursday, August 22, 2019. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office or more commonly known as PCSO got five major lotto games – […] The post LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019 appeared first on Philippine News.
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6/49 LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019
Super Lotto – 6/49 LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019 6/49 LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019 – Here is the result of 6/49 Super Lotto draw released by Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). 6/49 Lotto Result: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT August 21, 2019 (updated every 11am, 4pm and 9pm) SWERTRES RESULT August 21, […] The post 6/49 LOTTO RESULT August 22, 2019 appeared first on Philippine News.
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The STAR Cover (August 22, 2019)
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Where we failed in police force recruitment, training
To make the country understand the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), the CRC team representing the Department of Justice, the DSWD, the DepEd, DOLE and National Police, visited major cities in the Philippines.
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DepEd chief: Don’t look at us
The Department of Education (DepEd) is not in charge of actual construction of classrooms and should not be taken to task for any slowness in the completion of such projects, according to Education Secretary Leonor Briones.
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Voucher program for tech-voc students launched
The Department of Education (DepEd) has issued the implementing guidelines of a new voucher program for public senior high school students enrolled in the technical-vocational-livelihood (TVL) track.
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Our mission in life
The week started with the sad news of the passing of a dear friend, Gina Lopez. Gina has been one of the inspiring and passionate people I have met.
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Revamp at Philippine Airlines continues
Out with the old, in with the new.
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PSALM expects nearly P1 B savings from tax breaks
State-run Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp. (PSALM) expects to generate nearly P1 billion in savings after President Duterte issued the real property tax breaks (RPT) to power producers.
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Fitch unit: Coal to remain dominant as renewable energy faces headwinds
Coal-fired power plants are seen to dominate the Philippine power sector in the next decade as it remains to be the cheapest power source, while renewable energy development in the country continues to face headwinds, Fitch Solutions Macro Research said.
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