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Las Piñas destroys video karera machines

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Las Piñas Mayor Imelda T. Aguilar(center) together with Vice Mayor April Aguilar-Nery(R) and Police Chief PCol Segundo C. Lagundi led the destruction of 82 video karera  and fruit game machines on Monday at the Las City Hall Grounds. &nbs...

Senate approves bill on values education

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The Senate has approved on third and final reading a bill seeking to institutionalize values education in the country, after the House of Representatives approved its version of the bill on Feb. 4, 2020. Senate Bill (SB) No. 1224, or the proposed Co...

Foreign visitors increase 15% to 8.26 million

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International visitor arrivals in the Philippines climbed 15.24 percent in 2019 to hit an all-time high of 8.26 million from 7.16 million arrivals in 2018, data from the Department of Tourism show. The DOT said all months, except January, registered...

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Isko orders closure of Isetann Recto

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Manila City Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso ordered the closure of Isetann Recto Mall on Wednesday after it was found to be operating this year without a business permit.

According to the Manila Public Information Office, it was ordered closed after it was found violating the city ordinances and misrepresenting applications for permits.

Isetann Cinema Complex includes a department store, supermarket, four cinemas, parking lot, multiple leased out stalls and spaces.  It is operated by Tri-Union Properties Inc. which was found lacking the necessary business permit.

The Recto mall was closed due to “misrepresentation of actual business area” and “questionable number of employees,” according to a memorandum from the city’s Bureau of Permits.

Isetann’s 4 movie theaters are managed by Cineworld Cinerama Inc, which holds a permit for only one cinema, it said.

Property management functions and services for Isetann Cinerama Complex are performed by Trans-Orient Management Services Inc that “does not have a valid and existing business permit,” it said.

 

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