Travel Fun with Solenn and Isabelle.
This week on Taste Buddies, know what it takes to travel in style with IT girls Solenn Heussaff and Isabelle Daza share informative tips to make adventure fun and convenient. The girls unpack their bags to reveal every girl's travel must-have as they also teach us to review our travel rights plus try something new and exciting at the island rose farm. And finally, the girls don chambermaid outfits as they learn the basics of hotel housekeeping. These and more in t...
Republic of the Philippines
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BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION
Magallanes Drive, Intramuros
MEMORANDUM FROM THE COMMISSIONER To: ALL ALIEN CONTROL OFFICERS (ACOs) Subject: PROCESSING OF EMIGRATION CLEARANCE CERTIFICATES (ECCs) IN SUB-PORT OFFICES Date: 15 MAY 2013
Pending the completion of items 4 and 5 of Memorandum dated 26. April 2013 re" MEASURES AGAINST FAKE EMIGRATION CLEARANCE CERTIFICATIONNS (ECCs), the same is hereby SUSPENDED in terms of the exlusive ...
Filipinos have voted to choose thousands of local leaders and national legislators in what was seen as a referendum on the presidency of reformist Benigno Aquino. More than 52 million people were eligible to vote in Monday's elections. Results are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday.Police and military were on heightened alertfor poll-related violence that has claimed dozens of lives since campaigning began in February. More than 18,000 positions were at stake, ranging from town and city mayors to provinci...
By CRIS LARANO and JOSEPHINE CUNETA
Rescuers on Thursday carry down the remains of one of the climbers.
Five European tourists and their three Filipino guides were a few hundred yards from the crater of Mount Mayon in the Philippines when they decided to turn back because thick fog had made it difficult to keep climbing. But their decision didn't come soon enough.
Mount Mayon, one of the most active volcanoes in the Philippines, spewed hot ash and rocks on Tuesday, ki...
A team of wildlife researches from the Philippine WEagle Foundation Inc. (PEF) has found that the remnant of lowland dipterocarp forests in the Talomo-Lipadas and Panigan-Tamugan Watersheds, the current source of Davao's drinking water, is the habitat of some 28 species that can be only found in the Philippines.
"We were able to document 171 vertebrate species, 28 of which are endemic to the Philippines," said lead researcher Director Jayson Ybanez, who presented the study at the Ateneo de Davao Univ...
Reds raking it in from election extortion – Army
By Alexis Romero(The Philippine Star) | Updated April 29, 2013 - 12:00am
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MANILA, Philippines - Candidates in the forthcoming midterm elections are paying between P100,000 and P5 million to buy protection from the New People’s Army (NPA), a senior military official said yesterday.
Maj. Gen. Jose Mabanta, commander of the Philippine Army’s 3rd Division, said the candidates believe that giving in to the rebels’ demands wo...
Foto: dpa Eine Altenpflegerin begleitet die Bewohnerin eines Altersheims in Weingarten. In der Altenpflege sind momentan 10.000 Stellen unbesetzt
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Angesichts des dramatischen Pflegenots...
By Claire Bear
The Philippine Solar Power Allance (PSPA) together with WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) will be conducting the first ever Solar Day Pilipinas 2013 on April 26, 2013,5pm-12 midnight at Arts in the City, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.As a tropical country, the Philippines has untapped vast potential of solar energy. Solara pplications have long been used as off-grid solutions in rural, remote areas in the country. Energy being a critical enabler, solar systems have provided for basic ne...
Freed kidnapped Australian adventurer Warren Rodwell is escorted by U.S. soldiers. Photo: Philippine military
Philippine troops have attacked a jungle hideout of Islamic terrorists who kidnapped Australian adventurer Warren Rodwell, killing at least six people.
Army Colonel Rolando Gregorio, a spokesman for the Western Mindanao Command, said security forces stormed a Basilan island hideout of Abu Sayyaf leaders Isnilon Hapilon and Puruji Idama and captured their encampment after a fierce firefig...
I have a lot of favourite things I really enjoy doing as an expatriate living in the Philippines for good: writing, teaching, travelling - and hosting radio shows, i.e. on The Edge Radio Davao 104.3 FM: Sundays from 9 to 11 am and 7 to 9 pm (Philippine Standard Time).
Live on air with United Christian Broadcasters Philippines General Manager Mike Medlin...
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