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No level playing fields in Phl politics

No level playing fields in Phl politics

Max Sangil

In two weeks or so, the aspirants will make a beeline on offices of the Commission on Elections in the Philippines . I oftentimes used this line in my columns in this space: ‘

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Maui, the “Valley Isle”

Maui, the “Valley Isle”

Gem and Lita

The colour of autumn even long before the snow falls triggers our senses for travel to warmer places just as wild geese of the north begin flying south for winter refuge. A sun getaway

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Some Random Thoughts on Human Tendencies

Some Random Thoughts on Human Tendencies

aLfie vera meLLa

Lalo na at nandito na ang tag-lamig, karamihan sa atin ay mas gugustuhin pang manatli na lang sa kani-kanilang bahay kapag walang pasok sa trabaho o paaralan at kung wala namang mahalagang bagay na

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What happened to the ‘sweetheart deal’ with China?

What happened to the ‘sweetheart deal’ with China?

Perry Diaz

Two years ago, President Rodrigo Duterte – freshly installed as president – went on his maiden trip to China, expecting a grand welcome. And yes, indeed, the Chinese gave him a red carpet welcome

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Four parenting styles

Four parenting styles

Tony and Letty Antonio

First, it is important to understand how your parenting approach may be contributing to the problem, especially in a culture that has made discipline a dirty word. To speak of a parent disciplining a

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Paul Lee, Hotshots wants share of the lead

Paul Lee, Hotshots wants share of the lead

Paul Lee and his Magnolia Hotshots shoot for a share of the PBA Governors’ Cup lead against Columbian at Smart Araneta Coliseum. That match against the Dyip tips off at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

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NBI arrests suspected destabilization plotters

NBI arrests suspected destabilization plotters

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has arrested six people linked to a supposed government destabilization plot. Charged with illegal possession of firearms and explosives were Chinese businesswoman Lily Ong, Brandy Solinap, Victor dela

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Mocha Uson tenders resignation, vows to fight critics

Mocha Uson tenders resignation, vows to fight critics

Margaux “Mocha” Uson has tendered her resignation from her government post. The controversial Uson said she was resigning as Communications Assistant Secretary to aid the passage of the Presidential Communications Operations Office budget. The

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Cayetano calls BBC documentary an ‘anti Duterte propaganda’

Cayetano calls BBC documentary an ‘anti Duterte propaganda’

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on September 29 has aired a documentary titled “Philippines: Democracy in Danger?” that portrayed the various issues facing the Duterte administration, specifically its campaign against illegal drugs that resulted

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Sol Mercado ‘tricks’ Denise Laurel to attend surprise birthday party

Sol Mercado ‘tricks’ Denise Laurel to attend surprise birthday party

Denise Laurel was greatly surprised when her beau Sol Mercado threw her a surprise party when she turned 31 on Sunday, Sept. 30. The PBA star made her believe they were only going to

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