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Typhoon ‘Ineng’ ravages PH, heads towards Japan

Stranded commuters hike up a mountain after a portion of Kennon Road was damaged by a landslide caused by Typhoon Ineng in Baguio. Photo by Harley Palangchao, Reuters MANILA — (UPDATED) A weakened Typhoon Goni (local name: Ineng) was headed towards Japan on Sunday, after battering Northern Luzon leaving at least 10 dead, and causing thousands of people to be ...

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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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BOC chief tells OFWs: I have to implement the law

BOC chief tells OFWs: I have to implement the law MANILA, Philippines – Bureau of Customs (BOC) Commissioner Bert Lina insists that he is merely following the law by enforcing stricter inspections of the “balikbayan boxes” that are brought into the country. In an interview with DZMM, Lina said it is part of his job to protect the country from ...

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A first: Overseas voter registration set to reach 1M, says DFA

A first: Overseas voter registration set to reach 1M, says DFA MANILA – The voter registration has surpassed the 600,000 mark with a little over two months left before the registation period ends, the Department of Foreign Affairs-Overseas Voting Secretariat said. “At the current pace of registration, the 2016 Presidential elections will be the first to have over a million ...

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DOLE creates committee on OFW deployment

DOLE creates committee on OFW deployment MANILA, Philippines – Anticipating the full integration of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), the labor department has set up a special committee to coordinate policies on the deployment of more Filipino workers abroad. Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz has ordered the re-establishment of the Committee on International Trade Agreement of the Department of ...

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Earn $10,000 a month from potatoes

24-year-old Alex Craig thought of an idea that most people would dub a ‘dumb idea’. But he stuck with his gut and launched a site in May. Today, he rakes in $10,000 a month for sending potatoes to random people! According to Alex, the idea popped in his head while having dinner with his girlfriend. His girlfriend thought it was ...

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Stream Energy: An alternative way to save power!

Electricity plays a huge part in our everyday lives. Whether it is at home, at school, the local shopping center or our parents’ workplace, our daily routines rely heavily on the use of electricity. Crimes will be increased without electricity, that’s why we need lights in the streets or home so that we will have brighter home and pathway with ...

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He Was Bullied In School, But When He Opens His Mouth?Incredible!

In the Australian franchise of the hit singing competition ‘The Voice’, a 21-year old man astounded the judges with his classic voice that really stood out from the rest. Harrison Craig of Melbourne decided to join the competition to showcase his talent to a lot of people. He claims that he got the skills that the competition was looking for. ...

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Fil-Am wheelchair racer wins gold at Parapan Am games!

REDWOOD CITY, California – Four-time Paralympic gold medalist Raymond Martin did it again at the 2015 Parapan America Games in Toronto, Canada last Saturday. The Filipino American wheelchair racer took home three gold medals in the T-52 100, 400, and 1500 meters track and field races. Martin also set Parapan Am records in the T-52 400 and 1500 meter races. ...

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