T’NALAK FESTIVAL Street-dancing participants from the town of T’boli parade through the main streets of Koronadal City, South Cotabato.

Lonely : Overworked, underpaid Rody feels lonely at the top

MANILA - It has started to sink in. Despite the adulation of millions who gave him the biggest number of votes in history for any Philippine presidential candidate, President Duterte is now feeling lonely at the top – and agonizing over being overworked and underpaid.Full story...

New multi-role ship
to patrol West PH Sea

MANILA - One of 10 multi-role response vessels (MRRV) acquired from Japan is expected to arrive on Aug. 18 and undertake its first patrol mission in the West Philippine Sea for the coast guard. Full story...

Floyd Mayweather tells Roach:
“I haven’t worked out a day”

Although eight division world champion Manny Pacquiao is still very much absorbed with his duties as a Senator of his beloved Philippines, rumors have been circulating throughout the boxing community of a potential November 5 return to the ring.  Full story...

 Is it possible for a married gearhead to still indulge
his passion for car mods?

Frank Sinatra once sang: “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage.” The line is timelessly true, but squeezing in a love affair with your project car into that symbiosis may just turn your marriage into a carnage of sorts--killing your savings, your children’s college funds, the annual getaway, and the love your better half has for you. What car-crazed husband would want that, right?
 

 

World Book Day – NanieGuanlao and his free library in Manila

In the Makati district of Manila in the Phili‚Äčppines, there’s a large sign outside the front of an otherwise unassuming house stating “free reading to the public”. Over the last fifteen years, Ernando ‘Nanie’ Guanlao has transformed his home into a library, open to anyone and everyone.

Starting with only 100 books, the 63 year-old former accountant has spent the last years collecting books for the library. He now piles up more than 1,000 books every year.

“My home, my library. It’s free, for everybody. You’re welcome to drop in, to talk to me, to see me, enjoy my place”, Nanie says, “books are my mission, they are here simply to make people happy.”

WorldRemit

The WorldRemit app helps people support initiatives like this back home by letting them send money straight from their smartphone, instead of having to travel to a money transfer agent. Those receiving money– often in developing countries - can collect the funds as mobile money, bank transfer, for cash pickup or as a mobile airtime top-up.

WorldRemit’s service is available to senders in 50 countries. It offers transfers to more than 125 destinations across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas. WorldRemit customers send 400,000 transfers every month.

 

All hail
Jessy Mendiola,
the new queen of sexy

Mendiola defeated the likes of Jennylyn Mercado, Nadine Lustre, Rhian Ramos and Solenn Heussaff for the right to be proclaimed as the “sexiest” Filipina. Her reward: a chance to silence her critics, especially those body-shaming haters she came across months ago. 
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Rayver Cruz shares why he didn’t pursue Maja Salvador

On Tonight with Boy Abunda, Rayver Cruz talked about his getting Gary Valenciano’s approval to remake his hit song “Hataw Na” for his album What You Want. The album is collaboration between him and his friends Sam Milby, Dom Hernandez, and Gerald Anderson. “Nag gather lang kami isang dinner and mahilig kasi yun pinagsa-sample nila ako,” he shared. “Lagi nila ako pinapakanta. Napag-usapan na, ‘bro seryosohin natin ‘to kasi kumakanta ka talaga.’ Tapos ako naman, ‘seryoso ba ‘yan? Sige gawin na natin.’  Full story...
 
 
PRESIDENT AQUINO WELCOMES CANADA'S PRIME MINISTER HARPER
MANILA (Nov. 10, 2012) –President Benigno S. Aquino III welcomed visiting Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper with arrival honors in Malacañang. Full story...
INCREASING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PHL DEFENCE AND SECURITY SECTOR
MANILA (Nov. 10, 2012) -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Canada and the Philippines that will create new opportunities for Canadian businesses in the defence and security sector. Full story...
  
 
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Super tiny minority

EDITORIAL

It’s not easy being a member of the opposition when the president enjoys a trust rating of over 90 percent, with a near-total 97 percent in Mindanao. A democracy, however, needs a functioning check and balance system, which is normally provided by the political opposition.
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Mandate to speed up
processing times

MP KEVIN LAMOUREUX -STRAIGHT UP

Changes to certain parts of our immigration system just cannot happen fast enough. I hope that I can report on significant improvements before the end of 2016. Full Article..

Sala ka ba sa init
at sala ka sa lamig?

PASTOR JUNIE JOSUE - AGENT 777 | RUTH JOSUE

Kamakailan lamang ay may mga nag popost sa Facebook ng mga kotse, bahay at daanang punong puno ng snow. Para daw ito sa mga nagrereklamo sa mainit na panahon at madalas na pag ulan ngayong summer. Kung nagrereklamo dahil sa mga bagay na ito, pagmasdan daw ang panahon at itsura ng Winnipeg makalipas ang 16 linggo. Ang mga nagrereklamo sa tag init at siguradong nagrereklamo din sa taglamig.  Full Article...

Fathers worth following

PASTOR FRED SEBASTIAN -

 LIVING HOPE

The Bible lists several dads who were the kind of fathers whose examples are worth following.   I have chosen three fantastic fathers in the Bible who got the attention of heaven. On one hand what they did was spectacular. On the other hand they only did what is expected of every dad.   Full Article...

 
 

Protect your children and your finances

TESS AVISO-NEWTON
TESS NEWTON FINANCIAL SERVICES
YOU’RE saving and planning for your children’s future and you want what’s best for them. But what would happen if one of your children developed a serious illness?
Thankfully, medical advancements mean better treatments and outcomes for serious illnesses. That said, health-care costs continue to rise and we can expect that we’ll have to pay more of those costs.  Recovery from an illness can be stressful and expensive.
 

 
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