November, 2011

November 19th, 2011Arroyo Watchadmin 0 Comments

The camp of arrested former President and now Pampanga Representative Gloria Arroyo said it would start filing appeals against the arrest warrant when courts reopen Monday. Ferdinand Topacio, lawyer of Arroyo’s husband, Jose Miguel, said he will petition the Supreme Court (SC) on Monday to suspend the arrest warrant and other legal effects of the […]

November 17th, 2011Pacmanadmin 0 Comments

Manny Pacquiao escaped with a majority decision win against Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez on Sunday (Philippine time) but that “controversial” victory cost the Filipino ring icon his pound-for-pound ranking. Pacquiao is still in the top spot of the Ring Magazine’s ranking, but came second to undefeated American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the ratings of […]

November 14th, 2011Calamity Reportsadmin 0 Comments

State weather forecasters are keeping a close eye on a brewing tropical cyclone in the Pacific Ocean that is expected to hit Surigao on Tuesday before crossing the islands of Visayas. But this early, Science Undersecretary Graciano Yumul ruled out the possibility that it will develop into tropical depression “Sendong” given the low pressure area’s […]

November 13th, 2011Sinulogadmin 0 Comments

RED and yellow are the colors of the Santo Niño: He was clothed in those colors when Magellan brought Him to Cebu in 1521, who also brought with him the banner of the House of the Hapsburgs, also colored red and yellow with a two- headed eagle as its symbol, adopted by then Mayor Florentino […]

November 5th, 2011Tell it to Sun.Staradmin 0 Comments

Supporters and relatives who attended and who wanted to attend the burial rites of Representative Baguilat’s father were also stranded at both ends of the bridge. Crew of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Ifugao First District Engineer Office (DEO) headed by District Engineer Eugene M. Batalao, with the assistance and supervision of […]

October 28th, 2011Featured, Recent 0 Comments

By Leticia U. Suarez YOU can survive anything if you can survive being packed in a crowd like sardines, and stand dehydration and hunger for six hours. It is downright an exaggeration of the Sinulog mardi gras for the old…

October 17th, 2011Recent Post 0 Comments

Melinda Ponce passed away on October 16, 2011 after she and her three children and their helper was allegedly killed by his husband on October 16, 2011 in Talisay City, Cebu province. Emmanuel Ponce, 55, allegedly killed her wife Melinda, 53, three of their four children – eldest daughter Elaine Grace, 26; Heather Joy, 25; […]

October 13th, 2011Recent Post 0 Comments

An old, yellowing campaign leaflet lists the man’s track record— reformist, student of law par excellence, civil society mover— but this one entry at the bottom virtually embodies the singular message of an entire life: “He does not belong to any political party.” The piece of paper dates back to the time when he ran […]

October 11th, 2011Recent Post 0 Comments

Italian missionary Fausto Tentorio died on October 10, 2011 after he was shot in North Cotabato province. He was 59. Tentorio was shot inside the Mother of Perpetual Help Parish Church in Arakan town, North Cotabato. COTABATO. A man armed with a pistol shot dead Italian priest Fr. Fausto Tentorio at a convent in North […]

October 10th, 2011Recent Post 0 Comments

Lawyer Wilson Gamboa Sr. succumbed to a liver cancer at the age of 70 at the National Kidney and Transplant Institute in Quezon City on October 13, 2011. Gamboa served in the National Government as Secretary of Agrarian Reform, Undersecretary of National Defense, and Administrator of the Sugar Regulatory Administration (SRA). BACOLOD. Bishop Vicente Navarra […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…

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