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No need for Duterte to prove Naga is a ’shabu hotbed’ — Palace

No need for Duterte to prove Naga is a ’shabu hotbed’ — Palace

Philippines

There was no need for President Rodrigo Duterte to show proof to the public that the home province of Vice President Leni Robredo was a breeding ground for crystal meth, Malacañang said on Monday.
Inquirer, 6 hours ago

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Gatchalian sees urgency in upgrading Manila’s air transportation infrastructure

Gatchalian sees urgency in upgrading Manila’s air transportation infrastructure

Philippines

Senator Sherwin Gatchalian stressed on Sunday the importance of immediately upgrading Manila's air transportation infrastructure following the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) runaway mishap.
Inquirer, 1 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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State firms’ 7-MO dividends exceeded 2017 total yield

State firms’ 7-MO dividends exceeded 2017 total yield

Philippines

Cash dividends remitted by state-run corporations to the national treasury from January to July amounted to P32.03 billion, already exceeding the full-year haul in 2017, the Department of Finance said.
Inquirer, 2 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Recovery of stuck jet continues, NAIA runway closed until 4 p.m.

Recovery of stuck jet continues, NAIA runway closed until 4 p.m.

Philippines

The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) has extended the closure of a runway until 4:00 p.m. of Friday after a Chinese airplane veered off-runway on Thursday evening.
Inquirer, 3 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Aubrey Miles, Troy Montero expecting baby girl

Aubrey Miles, Troy Montero expecting baby girl

Philippines

Aubrey Miles and Troy Montero’s recent hospital visit revealed a baby girl is expected to join their family. An Instagram video post by Montero yesterday, Aug. 15, showed the couple walking
Inquirer, 4 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Maynilad warns of service interruptions as sediments in water from Ipo rise

Maynilad warns of service interruptions as sediments in water from Ipo rise

Philippines

Maynilad Water Services Inc. yesterday warned of rotating, daily service interruptions as increased sediments in raw water at the Ipo Dam will force the company to scale down production of potable water.
Inquirer, 5 days ago

Predicted: Local

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Sara Duterte gathers cash donations amounting P1-M to help monsoon victims

Sara Duterte gathers cash donations amounting P1-M to help monsoon victims

Philippines

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Inquirer, 6 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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PNP cannot confirm yet if P6.8B worth of drugs were stolen from Cavite — Albayalde

PNP cannot confirm yet if P6.8B worth of drugs were stolen from Cavite — Albayalde

Philippines

Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde could not confirm yet if the reported one ton or P6.8 billion worth of shabu that slipped from authorities in Cavite is really
Inquirer, 7 days ago

Predicted: Local

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Indie film ‘Tu Pug Imatuy’ to be featured in Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino

Indie film ‘Tu Pug Imatuy’ to be featured in Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino

Philippines

The award-winning indie film, “Tu Pug Imatuy,” will be among the movies featured in this year’s Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP) from August 15 to 21.
Inquirer, 8 days ago

Predicted: Entertainment

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Tubbataha marks 30 by celebrating its Big Five—both species and supporters

Tubbataha marks 30 by celebrating its Big Five—both species and supporters

Philippines

Today, Aug. 11, it will be 30 years since President Corazon Aquino signed Proclamation No. 306, creating the Philippines’ first national marine protected area (MPA), the Tubbataha Reefs National Marine Park—now the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park (TRNP)—in 1988.
Inquirer, 9 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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