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Summer in “Ber” months? PAGASA explains

MANILA – The state weather bureau yesterday warned the public to brace for warmer temperatures and stronger tropical cyclones during the ”ber” months due to the prevailing El Niño phenomenon. Based on the latest climate forecast of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) “slightly warmer than average” temperature is expected in most parts of the country from ...

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He proposed to his girl when the ring fell off the waters

He proposed to his girl when the ring fell off the waters Matthew Pica had everything planned. They were out on a beach date, and the ring was ready. He even invited the families from both sides to witness the romantic seaside proposal. But he never expected something would go wrong. Kayla Harrity was surprised to look at her boyfriend ...

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Philippine 4th Powers standing ovation on ‘X Factor UK’

MANILA – Four Filipina sisters blew away the judges of “The X Factor UK” with their powerful vocals during their audition for the hit talent search at the Wembley Stadium in London. Collectively known as Fourth Power, Mylene, Irene, Celina and Almira Cercado told the judges that they flew to London from the Philippines just to fulfill their dream of ...

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Empleyada ng Customs, pinagbantaan dahil sa balikbayan box

Empleyada ng Customs, pinagbantaan dahil sa balikbayan box Manila- Bureau of Customs data encoder Roussel Tan, became the latest trend in social media due to a post on her Facebook account about the ongoing issue with the OFWs vs BOC. Tan posted a status in defense of the BOC however, it sparked a lot of negative reactions to netizens. Someone took ...

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BOC to inspect balikbayan boxes with X-ray machines and K-9

BOC to inspect balikbayan boxes with X-ray machines and K-9 MANILA – After the massive public outrage and the potential political fallout it could cost to the ruling Liberal Party, the Bureau of Customs (BoC) said it would use X-Ray machines and K-9 units in inspecting balikbayan boxes instead of conducting random physical inspections. In a statement a day after ...

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5 Reasons and Motives Why Children Cyberbully

In today’s society where the children spend more time on the internet, cyber-bullying is a prevalent problem that is drastically worsening. Cyberbullying is a growing problem that impacts kids nationwide every day. Cyber-bullying occurs when a person (often a child, preteen, or teenager) is bullied, harassed, humiliated, threatened, embarrassed, or targeted in some way by another person (often a child, ...

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Miriam blasts ‘thieves’ in Bureau of Customs

Miriam blasts ‘thieves’ in Bureau of Customs MANILA – Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago on Monday said embattled Bureau of Customs (BOC) chief Alberto Lina should explain what his office has done against thieves in the agency who ransack shipments. Santiago has filed Senate Resolution No. 1534 seeking an investigation on the BOC’s plan to thoroughly inspect and impose taxes on ...

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School Girl did Unique way when she’s Late!

Warning: For those who are not trained to do Parkour, do not attempt to do this. Parkour is a training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners aim to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible. Parkour includes free running, climbing, ...

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6 Powerful Tips to shift into a Marketing Mindset

6 Powerful Tips to shift into a Marketing Mindset MANILA – How many times have we sat down late hours in the office, drained and tired after a marketing strategy we worked on didn’t do well as planned? Low sales, slow return of investment, bad conversions–these are very haunting metrics. Others see marketing as a “spray and pray” game, others ...

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‘Ninja’ sharks seen in Cebu waters!

MANILA – Endangered, rarely seen “ninja” sharks have been seen by scientists off Malapascua Island in Cebu, according to Rutgers University. Marine scientists Thomas Grothues, an associate research professor from Rutgers University in the United States and Simon Oliver from the University of Chester in the United Kingdom, documented sightings of endangered pelagic thresher sharks, a species commonly found in ...

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