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Philippine Midterm election validates the relevancy of President Duterte’s presidency

Philippine Midterm election validates the relevancy of President Duterte’s presidency

Rod Cantiveros

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is the real winner, after the mid-term election as a “de facto” referendum for his presidency, making himself more popular by outshining most of his opposition. Most of the successful

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Piano-Oriented Classical Music

Piano-Oriented Classical Music

aLfie vera meLLa

I may be an aficionado of the contemporary Pop and Rock genres of music; however, Classical is another genre that I love listening to. Seldom do I encounter people who are into this kind

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Lúna de Miél

Lúna de Miél

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Mínsan kapág akó ay napag-íisa Ang áking isípan ay umaalágwa Diwà ay lumulútang sa himpapawíd Kung saán waláng napípintong balákid Banáyad ang haplós ng hángin sa balát Ang kasiyáhan ay isinisiwálat Dapithápon—ang lángit ay

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Not All Good Fruits Get Contaminated by Rotten Ones

Not All Good Fruits Get Contaminated by Rotten Ones

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(On the Strength of Character) As one metaphor claims, “Put one good fruit beside several rotten ones and the infection will eat away at the good fruit.” Yes, that is true for literal fruits.

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From the Legislature

From the Legislature

The month of May is going by quickly and I wanted to use this opportunity to share an upcoming event, with all of you! Who: Our community, everyone is invited! What: Opportunity to celebrate

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Robredo calls on Filipinos to continue the fight

Robredo calls on Filipinos to continue the fight

Despite the dismal election results suffered by opposition candidates, Vice President Ma. Leonor “Leni” Robredo called on Filipinos to unite and continue the fight. Robredo, the leader of the opposition, credited the efforts made

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PH recalls envoys after Canada misses deadline over garbage issue

PH recalls envoys after Canada misses deadline over garbage issue

The Philippines has recalled on Wednesday, May 15, its ambassador and consuls to Canada after the Canadian government failed to comply with the May 15 deadline to take back the tons of garbage which

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Eleazar urges removal of campaign materials

Eleazar urges removal of campaign materials

Major General Guillermo Eleazar, director of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), has asked both winning and losing candidates to voluntarily remove the tarpaulins and other campaign materials they posted in various parts

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Comelec to fix transparency server glitch

Comelec to fix transparency server glitch

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said the drop in the election results in the transparency server was only due to a Java app error. Commissioner Rowena Guanzon said there is nothing to worry about

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Mariel Rodriguez shares news of second pregnancy

Mariel Rodriguez shares news of second pregnancy

Mariel Rodriguez announced she was three months pregnant with her second child during “It’s Showtime” Mother’s Day special on May 11. Rodriguez thanked the audience for being supportive when she took a two-year break

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