WILD RIDE. Thrill-seekers enjoy four hours of non-stop adrenaline rush on the Davao River, famed for its 13-kilometer stretch of wild water and rapids. Photo by grayline.com

LACSON, DUTERTE ON 2016 PRESIDENCY God’s will

MANILA, Philippines - Although they are considering a run in the 2016 presidential race, former senator Panfilo Lacson and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte believe that winning the nation’s highest position is God’s will.Full story...

Mary Jane back in prison,  to testify vs recruiter - DFA

MANILA, Philippines - Filipina drug convict Mary Jane Veloso will give her testimony against the recruiter who she accused of giving her a suitcase with illegal drugs to bring to Indonesia. Full story...

Marquez says Floyd too difficult to hit

LAS VEGAS – Inside the main broadcast center of the MGM Grand, a very familiar figure spoke quietly about the biggest fight of this generation.  Full story...

 

Why I remain to be a huge fan of the good old manual transmission

Since the ’90s, cars sold in our market have increasingly been equipped with automatic transmission. Filipino car owners have welcomed it with open arms, if sales statistics are anything to go by. And why not? The slushbox is convenient and easy to use, especially in a congested place like Metro Manila.
 

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Why Andi, Bret kept relationship a secret

MANILA – Andi Eigenmann on Tuesday explained why she and Bret Jackson decided to keep their short-lived relationship a secret.  Full story...

Ales has wardrobe malfunction in concert

MANILA – The show must go on for Alex Gonzaga even though she had a wardrobe malfunction during her first major solo concert at the Araneta Coliseum on Saturday night.

7 things we learned from Maria Ozawa’s ‘Boys Night Out’ radio guesting
MANILA, Philippines - Guys went wild and gals got curious when the news about Maria Ozawa’s arrival in the Philippines surfaced on Tuesday.  Full story...
 
 
Filipino community pays tribute to Canada for generous typhoon Haiyan aid

December 8, 2013 – Moved by the outpouring of Canadian humanitarian assistance to Typhoon Haiyan victims, the Filipino community in Ottawa, with the assistance of the Philippine Embassy, spearheaded a charity event that paid tribute to Canadian generosity and Filipino-Canadian friendship while raising new funds to help rebuild devastated communities in central Philippines. Full story...

GRAND PRIZE AND PEOPLE'S CHOICE: PHILIPPINES SWEEPS FIREWORKS COMPETITION
And the winner is…Philippines! Full story...
 
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Recruiters’ responsibility

EDITORIAL

The recruiter of Sarah Balabagan, said to be her uncle, gave her spurious papers passing her off to be old enough for employment in the United Arab Emirates. In July 1994, before she turned 15, the Maguindanao native stabbed her UAE employer 34 times, killing him to protect herself from rape.

The love boat

GREG B. MACABENTA -- l STREET TALK

SOME years ago, then House Speaker Jose de Venecia regaled an audience of US Pinoys at the Philippine consulate in San Francisco with a portrait of a Philippines flying high on every conceivable front. During the open forum, I candidly commented that if it wasn’t because I could see who was delivering the talk, I could have sworn he was describing another country. I showed him several newspaper headlines that contradicted many of the rosy things he had reported.Full Article...

Looking forward to a fruitful visit of President Aquino

MP KEVIN LAMOUREUX -STRAIGHT UP

PHILIPPINE President Benigno S. Aquino III will be visiting Canada this month  (May 7-9) and beyond the photo opportunities, let us hope that there are some tangible benefits to his visit. 

Angat ka sa Paningin ng Diyos

PASTOR JUNIE JOSUE - AGENT 777 | RUTH JOSUE

Maraming pagpala ang hinanda ang Diyos para sa bawat isa sa atin. Ang Diyos ay hindi laban sa atin anuman ang nagawa at nagagawa nating kasalanan. Siya ay para sa atin, para sa ating kabutihan. Pinadala niya ang kanyang kaisa isang anak bilang kaloob o regalo para sa kapatawaran nang lahat ng ating kasalanan at kaligtasan sa kapahamakang dulot nito. Kay Hesus din, mayroon tayong kalayaan sa tanikala ng kasalanan, kalayaan mula sa kahinaang gawin ang kalooban ng Diyos sa ating buhay.  Full Article...

When you are misunderstood

PASTOR FRED SEBASTIAN - LIVING HOPE

EASTER means the restoration of hope. Someone has said, “We can live forty days without food, eight days without water, four minutes without air, but only a few seconds without hope.”   .Full Article...

Philippines: Enslaved by corruption

TONY SANCHEZ - VANTAGE POINT

Are you guilty of “assumicide”? That’s a word I discovered years ago. It’s what happens when you make false assumptions about others so that you can portray them in the worst possible light. Full Article...

Sun Life Financial FC15 Recognition Night honors Tess Newton

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TESS NEWTON FINANCIAL SERVICES

Once again, Tess Newton has been awarded the Advisor of the Year for 2014 by Sun Life Financial Manitoba West Financial Centre.   Full story...

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