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Ramon Ang's firm will be providing three meals a day for the stranded Filipinos.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) now turns its focus to extending help to maritime workers who have been stranded and currently camping out at the Manila North Harbor as they await clearance of returning to their provinces.The firm will be providing free meals ...
 
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Will this work in the long run?
We finally have a good look at what the stations along EDSA’s inner bus lanes look like, and frankly, they appear rather nice.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) shared photos of completed bus stops along the EDSA Busway on social media, showing off ...
 
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121 locals and foreigners were arrested at the restobar.
TV host-actor KC Montero and his wife were among the 121 people, which included foreigners, who were arrested at a high-rise restaurant and bar in Makati City yesterday, June 28.This is in violation of Republic Act 11332 (Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases ...
 
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Ready to make the shift?
Still reluctant to plaster an RFID onto your car? It looks like you might not have a choice in a few of months. San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced that all the tollways it operates will shift to cashless payments by January 2021.The shift will be ...
 
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Meet Roger Fuckebythenavele. Real name, by the way.
Fuck. It turns out we might have been wrong about the age and origins of everyone's favorite word. While it's pretty fucking hard to pin down the exact lineage of the word—sources point to its first usage in the late-1500s to late-1300s—a historian ...
 
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More than half of them live in just four communities in Metro Manila.
More than half of the wealthiest in the country live in just four key areas. Fourteen individuals on the list declared that they live in Forbes Park, Makati, with a combined wealth of up to more than U.S. $2 trillion. Another 14 ...
 
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It all started with the traditional practice of tuob, a.k.a. steam therapy.
The Province of Cebu has turned to the practice of tuob as a means to contain the spread of COVID-19. The provincial government issued a memo telling their employees to make time twice a day for the traditional method of steam therapy, a.k.a. ...
 
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But it will be gradual.
Baguio City in Benguet is just one of the many tourist destinations that had to close amid the ongoing pandemic in the Philippines. The favorite summer spot even had to postpone (and eventually, cancel) the much-awaited Panagbenga Festival, which is held every February. ...
 
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The Congress and Senate recently passed the Anti-Terrorism Act.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the country, President Rodrigo Duterte has recognized terrorism as the biggest danger to Filipinos."Actually, the number one threat to our country, hindi ang mga Abu Sayyaf, hindi yung mga terorista of no value, itong mga high value targets ay ...
 
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Having a property to call your own is still the best investment, says Sharon Cuneta
In her long career in show business, Sharon Cuneta has become a jack of all trades, whether it's parenting, acting, and even money. In one of her YouTube videos, Sharon reveals 10 of the best money saving tips she’s learned over the ...
 
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The motorcycle-taxi sector is looking for solutions.
With thousands of motorcycle-taxi riders wanting to provide transport and make a living amid the COVID-19 crisis, Angkas has showcased a new protective shield design that could help prevent virus transmission between rider and passenger.George Royeca, the company’s chief transport advocate, presented the design during the Samahang Plaridel media ...
 
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With restrictions, of course.
La Union, dubbed the "Surfing Capital of the North" for the amazing waves along the coast of San Juan, is finally reopening its tourist spots—to locals, at least. Along with the rest of Region I, the province was eased into the modified community ...
 
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Unfortunately, one of the party-goers turned out to be positive for COVID-19.
Boracay in Aklan shifted to a modified general community quarantine on June 16. This meant that residents of the island as well as locals from Western Visayas are finally allowed to enjoy the island destination, provided they stick to quarantine guidelines: physical distancing, wearing face ...
 
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She identified her rapist only as '#rhymeswithwrong.'
Disc jockey Kat Alano has proven that wearing a woman's clothing has nothing to do with risk of rape. Kat, 34, is the latest celebrity to take part in the #HijaAko movement on Twitter.In a tweet on Monday morning, June 15, she ...
 
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It's for a good cause, too.
Jeepney drivers, along with 7.3 million Filipinos, were found jobless amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to help displaced public utility jeepney drivers, the local government of Quezon City partnered with delivery service Lalamove to give them an alternative source of income during the quarantine. ...
 
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Gentle reminder not to stay out if you can stay home.
As we wait for the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF)'s official announcement on the state of Luzon after the general community quarantine (GCQ) from June 1 to 15, LGUs have been releasing guidelines on how to proceed with the "new normal" in order to prevent further spread of ...
 
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From 'Terminator' to 'Mad Max,' these old and new classics will get your heart rate up from the comfort of your couch.
There’s a rule of thumb in filmmaking: “Show—don’t tell.” In many screenplays, that means swapping a long-winded monologue for an understated glance. When it comes to action movies, this rule reigns supreme, perhaps more so than any other genre. “Show, don’t tell,” ...
 
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Nature continues to take its course.
Hope sprouts again on Taal nearly five months after the volcano’s phreatic eruption blanketed Batangas and nearby provinces in sheets of ash.A report by GMA News yesterday featured photos taken by John Carlo Avelida who was in Tagaytay just days ago for ...
 
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But only under 50 percent capacity.
Good news for all fitness buffs: gyms will now be allowed to open their doors if their locale is under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ).In a Malacañang briefing on Tuesday, Department of Trade and Industry Secretary Mon Lopez announced that sectors under ...
 
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Processing of refunds is ongoing.
Businesses in the tourism sector have been non-operational since community quarantine was enforced in the Philippines on March 15. Hotels, resorts, tour operators, and travel agencies have been waiting for the day when it's finally safe to reopen—but some businesses won't restart their operations when that time ...
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