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Senators belie constitutional crisis

Senators belie constitutional crisis

Senators on Thursday contradict speculations that a constitutional crisis is brewing as a result of the impeachment of the Chief Justice. Senate Minority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano said the verbal clash between President Benigno

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Government declares state of calamity in Iligan, other worst-hit areas

Government declares state of calamity in Iligan, other worst-hit areas

A state of calamity was declared in areas worst hit by the floods namely Cagayan de Oro City and Iligan City in Mindanao, as well as the cities of Dumaguete and Valencia in Negros

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Aquino signs 2012 budget, vetoes provision on debt cap

Aquino signs 2012 budget, vetoes provision on debt cap

President Aquino has signed the P1.8-trillion budget program for 2012, boasting it was the swiftest budget approval since the restoration of democracy in 1986, and promised that every peso would be spent on uplifting

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Pokwang rebuffs competition issue with Ai Ai delas Alas

Pokwang rebuffs competition issue with Ai Ai delas Alas

Comedienne Pokwang has refuted rumors that she and Comedy Queen Ai Ai delas Alas are avoiding each other because of the reported competition between them. The “Happy Yipee Yehey” host said the rumor isn’t

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Fil-Am singer gets US recognition

Fil-Am singer gets US recognition

Young singer Jasmine Villegas has just turned 18 last Dec. 7 and is excited with what’s ahead of her career. The half-Filipina, half-Mexican R&B, pop and soul singer can also be remembered for singing

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Fil-Am jeweler makes good in the US

Fil-Am jeweler makes good in the US

It started out as a hobby but later on become a lucrative business for jeweler Guenevere Rodriguez who has now made a name for herself in Brooklyn, New York. The Filipino-American Rodriguez, who used

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Winnipeg’s Multicultural band haLf man haLf eLf’s Mella and Mazur go to the Philippines for a major concert

Winnipeg’s Multicultural band haLf man haLf eLf’s Mella and Mazur go to the Philippines for a major concert

haLf man haLf eLf is aLfie vera mella’s Winnipeg reincarnation of his university-days band Half Life Half Death back in the Philippines. Now consisting of an eclectic mix of classical, bluegrass, folk, new wave,

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Nine-day Christmas dawn masses starts

Nine-day Christmas dawn masses starts

The nine-day dawn masses held in honor of the Virgin started Friday and will last until Christmas Day. The “Simbang Gabi” marked by ringing of church bells at dawn, dates back to 1565, when

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LBC, RCBC Change the Way Filipinos Remit

LBC, RCBC Change the Way Filipinos Remit

LBC Express, Inc. and Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) forged a partnership to introduce a new and easier way for Filipinos to remit through the LBC Send & Swipe Card. LBC Express Executive Vice

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Winnipeg Jets Report

Winnipeg Jets Report

By Ron Cantiveros Finnish Flash Returns to Winnipeg It seems like it was only yesterday when I was sitting at home watching the “Finnish Flash,” Teemu Selanne score 76 goals in his rookie season

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