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Body found  in burned NCCC Mall

Body found in burned NCCC Mall

DAVAO CITY – A body was discovered at the third floor of the ill-fated NCCC Mall Fire, 28 weeks or almost 200 days after the fire killed 38 employees late last year. However, it was not clear yet whether this was another body, or whether the body parts belonged to one of the already identified […]

The best of the best

Yes! magazine may have closed shop, but editor-in-chief Jo-Ann Q. Maglipon assured the book on the 100 best Filipino films is pushing through. Target date is July…this year, of course. At long last!

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For your eyes

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The movie is more than its title suggests, but watch it for two reasons other than Bea Alonzo, Derek Ramsay, Paulo Avelino. Those two reasons are 1) Cebu as it has never been cinematographed before, and 2) Ricky Davao as you have never imagined him before.

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THE Manila Bulletin first came out as a modest four-page paper on February 2, 1999, focusing on shipping and other commercial information in the country. For us in the Bulletin and its sister publications led by Tempo and Balita, today is a time to look back to this beginning that coincides with the historic transition of the Philippines to the modern world after three and a half centuries of Spanish colonial rule.

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Authorities here are waging war against fake volcanologists who suddenly sprouted on social media after Mayon volcano’s quiet eruption last week.

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Oxford’s ‘youthquake’: Influence of the young

Oxford dictionaries has chosen its word for 2017: “Youthquake,” defined as “a significant cultural, political, or social change arising from the actions or influence of young people.”

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