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Davao’s Malacañang

AS of this writing, the group of Presidential Adviser on the Visayas Michael Dino is preparing for the take-over of the Malacañang of the Visayas for occupation and work. The building is an iconic structure in the landscape of Cebu City, just via a five-minute stroll from City Hall in the wharf area, as it used to be a Customs Office. There is a plan to name Provincial Coordinators to compliment the Visayas Office.

A thousand reasons to believe, a thousand symbols of hope

Rock icon Bamboo and Tattoo Home Broadband give children survivors of Typhoon Yolanda a little something to smile about this holiday season. “BELIEVE: Christmas @ Home with Bamboo,” a special benefit concert that aims to raise more than a thousand toys, will be on December 20, 2013 at the Music Museum.

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Grab a cab, share some love

The Filipino spirit is tested once again with another calamity that proved that there is not a storm so strong that can wear out the country’s unity. Relief drives are being organized left and right, and everyone is filled with the same selfless action to help by sending out used clothing, canned goods, bottled water, medicines, as well as volunteering time and effort in relief operations, packing goods, and distribution to affected areas. Getting these contributions to its destination is already proving to be quite the challenge, with the urban traffic and the rigorous commute, yet everyone still finds a way to carry on.

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Kris: James hindi invited sa premiere ng ‘Little Bossings’

CONFIDENT si Vic Sotto na magta-top grosser sa 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival ang “My Little Bossings.” Aniya, pam-pamilya ito, walang pinipiling edad at kahit ano’ng kasarian, tinitiyak niyang magugustuhan itong panoorin. “This is something new. For so many years, fantasy ang ginawa ko. Napagod na si Enteng (karakter niya sa “Okay Ka, Fairy Ko” series). Pahinga muna siya. But he’ll be back,” wika ni Vic sa presscon ng “My Little Bossings.”

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Ang Kasangga Rep. Teodorico Haresco made this bold prediction yesterday as he claimed that the revolutionary three-wheeled, solar-powered tricycles now being used in Quezon City and Bacolod City and San Carlos City in Negros Occidental are not only cost-efficient but also protective of the environment.

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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the Northeast monsoon is prevailing over Luzon as an Intertropical Convergence Zone is affecting Mindanao.

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