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Pasig buries Pasay, 71-68, in MPBL match

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The Pasig Sta. Lucia Realtors defeated the Pasay Voyagers, 71-68, in the main game on Saturday of the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Lakan Season. Inside the packed Pasig Sports Center, the Realtors claimed their first home court win of the s...

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NAIA lightning alert delays 8 flights

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A lightning alert at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport late Saturday delayed a total of eight international and domestic flights. The Manila International Airport Authority issued a red lightning alert at 9:51 p.m. and lowered this to yellow al...

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Belmonte forms Solid Waste Collection task force

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To provide a more comprehensive and strategic Solid Waste Collection plan, Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte recently ordered the creation of the Task Force on Solid Waste Collection, Cleaning, and Disposal Services Management. In Executive Order no. 3...

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More tourists visiting PH – DOT report

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The Department of Tourism on Monday revealed that a total of 3,489,270 tourists visited the Philippines from January to May this year, a 9.76-percent increase from last year’s figure. Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said that from 3.4 million tourists recorded from January to May 20...

Makati tops Waze lists of most flood, accident prone cities

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Navigation app Waze and data science consultancy firm Thinking Machines have listed Makati and Mandaluyong as the most flood-prone and accident-prone cities in Metro Manila. The lists stemmed from data gathered from the fourth quarter of 2018 to the present by Waze and Thinking Machines  from ...

Metro air getting dirtier, deadlier for commuters

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Anyone who routinely weaves in and out of the perilous roads of Metro Manila knows that it requires a certain formula of luck, timing and agility to wisely navigate one of the world’s most densely populated areas. For everyday commuters like former teacher Curt Marvin Cruz, it can be a matter...

Five ways to celebrate the feast of St. John the Baptist without wasting water

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It’s that time of year again when commuters who frequently pass through San Juan to get to wherever they’re going suddenly change routes to avoid the city like the plague. June 24 is the feast day of St. John the Baptist, the Catholic saint said to have ushered in Jesus’ ministry w...

Five ways to get out of NAIA without breaking the bank

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Most of us have been there – the situation where you have just arrived back in Metro Manila after spending a short vacation in a nearby tropical paradise, and don’t want to spend another centavo on promises of convenience or luxury. So, at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, you do y...

Best golf courses in Metro Manila

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Metro Manila is one of the fastest growing metropolises in Asia. With more than 16.3 million people living within it, the metropolis must have a lot of everything – from places to see and food to eat, to things to do, including hitting the green and playing golf! Here is a list of the 10 best...

10 places of interest within walking distance of Manila Hotel

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When you hear the words “historic” and “hotel” in the same sentence, a few places come to mind. Among these places is Manila Hotel, a 570-room five-star hotel on the coast of Manila Bay. Built on 35,000-square-meters of reclaimed land, Manila Hotel’s place in Philippine...

What to Do at a PNP Checkpoint: Checkpoint guidelines to remember as election period begins

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Expect to see more police checkpoints at so-called strategic chokepoints with the start of the election period, which officially kicked off on January 13. This also signals the start of a nationwide gun ban, which ends on June 12. Director Guillermo Eleazar, chief of the National Capital ...