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Looking forward after 118 years

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.

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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One of my advocacies is sharing my love for animals to other people. Now and then, I go on speaking tours before groups in schools, offices, or everywhere just so I could help widen their appreciation for animals.

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The Armed Forces of the Philippines yesterday welcomed President Duterte’s request to lawmakers for 20,000 more soldiers to fill the void left by those deployed in Marawi City and the rest of Mindanao.

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Plaridel golf tourney today

The 3rd Plaridel Cup golf tournament of the Association of Philippine Journalists (Samahang Plaridel) tees off today at the Wack Wack golf course in Mandaluyong with Rep. Robert “Ace” Barbers, Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez and Wack Wack Golf & Country Club president Benjamin Abalos doing the ceremonial tee-off.

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