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Muntinlupa City qualifies in WWF’s ‘We Love Cities’ campaign

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE     Muntinlupa City has been chosen, along with two other Philippine cities, to participate in the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) “We Love Cities” campaign, a friendly competition among global cities to raise awareness on sustainability. After qualifying as a finalist in the recent One Planet City Challenge (OPCC), […]

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Five hundred years without love

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE     THIS is the title of the new book written by bestselling author Alex Lacson, and which was officially launched last Aug. 31, 2020, during National Heroes Day. It is a gripping novel that takes a comprehensive and holistic view of the country’s present-day social cancer, 133 years […]

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Saving the MSMEs

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Saving the MSMEs

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE     Government figures place about 27 million Filipinos as out of work, and this is umbilically tied to the fragile state of the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the country, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect their operations. When the Enhanced Community Quarantine was first […]

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Exciting webinars during self-quarantine

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE     Five months into self-quarantine, I now have more time to watch webinars which, pre-COVID, I would normally miss. Two very interesting ones were recently held to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II in the Philippines. Just to refresh: While Japan surrendered on […]

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Our turn to fight for our heroes

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE     AT Mount Samat, focal site of our yearly Araw ng Kagitingan, a relief celebrates the lone Filipino Medal of Honor awardee in the battle of Bataan. Sgt. Jose Calugas, a native of Iloilo, was a member of the Philippine Scout. Although Calugas had training in artillery, on […]

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A dinner with Ninoy

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE     JULY 1981. My wife Mira and I were vacationing in the United States and we spent a few days with her medical school classmate and best friend forever (BFF), Dr. Erie Miraflor Bague. Erie whom I also grew up with at the New Bilibid Prison reservation, was […]

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