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Two Honest Men

Two Honest Men

Max Sangil

One of the most difficult jobs in this country is joining government . That’s if you are honest. The most difficult part is how to remain as one with so many thieves lurking around.

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Mrs. Carolina Custodio: a spark plug of garment recruitments

Mrs. Carolina Custodio: a spark plug of garment recruitments

Rod Cantiveros

If there is one Filipino who was employed at the Department of Citizenship and Immigration who initiated the recruitment of Filipino garment workers in the Philippines in the middle 60’s, the name of Mrs.

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The saga of the Balangiga bells

The saga of the Balangiga bells

Perry Diaz

One of the most – if not the most – atrocious massacreS committed against Filipinos occurred in Eastern Samar during the Philippine-American War. The order was to “kill and burn” the Filipinos insurgents and

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7 Keys for building your relationships with your kids

7 Keys for building your relationships with your kids

Tony and Letty Antonio

Key 1 View your parenting role as a stewardship from God. Children are a gift from God, a sacred stewardship temporarily entrusted to parents for the purpose of raising godly offspring to fulfill God’s

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Senators vow to raise 2019 DepEd budget for classrooms

Senators vow to raise 2019 DepEd budget for classrooms

The Department of Education (DepEd) bore a slashing of about P100-billion on its appropriation for the building of classrooms in its proposed 2019 budget. Based on their presentation of their proposed 2019 budget before

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PAGASA say 4-5 more strong typhoons to hit PH this year

PAGASA say 4-5 more strong typhoons to hit PH this year

An official of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said four to five more tropical cyclones that could be as powerful as Typhoon Ompong are likely to hit the country in

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Gov’t says PH economy still strong

Gov’t says PH economy still strong

The Duterte administration’s economic team said the Philippines will again be among the top performers in Asia this year notwithstanding the high consumer prices of late. Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III told a

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Casualties due to Typhoon Ompong climb to 81

Casualties due to Typhoon Ompong climb to 81

The Cordillera Administrative Region was heavily affected by Typhoon Ompong as shown by the number of fatalities and missing people to date. As of September 19, records from the Philippine National Police (PNP) show

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UP confers Jessica Soho the ‘Gawad Plaridel Award’

UP confers Jessica Soho the ‘Gawad Plaridel Award’

The University of the Philippines recently conferred the Gawad Plaridel Award for Journalism to GMA News’ broadcast journalist Jessica Soho. Soho is the first UP College of Mass Communication alumna to receive the said

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Sarah Geronimo to perform in Japan-ASEAN Music Festival

Sarah Geronimo to perform in Japan-ASEAN Music Festival

The Embassy of Japan in the Philippines recently announced the inclusion of Sarah Geronimo among the performers for the 2nd ASEAN-Japan Music Festival. Sarah will represent the Philippines in the music festival which will

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