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Sara Duterte-Carpio emerges as preferred 2022 presidential bet – MBC survey | The Manila Times

Sara Duterte-Carpio emerges as preferred 2022 presidential bet – MBC survey

DAVAO City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio topped the recent pre-election Presidential survey conducted by Manila Broadcasting Co. (MBC) ahead of the 2022 General Elections. Duterte led the field of presidentiables, garnering 25.4 percent of votes from survey respondents, followed by Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. with 17.7 percent.

Celebes Sea, 75 km südwestlich von Glan, Philippinen, am Sonntag, 22. Aug 2021 um 02 …

Leichtes Erdbeben der Stärke 3.9 – Celebes Sea, 75 km südwestlich von Glan, Philippinen, am Sonntag, 22. Aug 2021 um 02:29 Lokalzeit

21. Aug. 18:40 UTC: Erste Meldung: PHIVOLCS nach 11 Minuten. Ich hab’s nicht gespürt. Datum und Zeit: 21 Aug 2021 18:29:00 UTC – Ortszeit am Epizentrum: Sonntag, 22. Aug. 2021 02:29 (GMT +8) Magnitude: 3.9 Erdbebentiefe: 33.0 km Epizentrum geogr.

Limang lungsod sa Metro Manila, nanguna sa pinakamataas na naitalang kaso ng COVID …

Limang lungsod sa Metro Manila, nanguna sa pinakamataas na naitalang kaso ng COVID-19 kahapon | RMN Networks

Nanguna ang limang lungsod sa Metro Manila sa may pinakamataas na bilang ng naitalang kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa kahapon. Batay sa inilabas na datos ni Dr. Guido David ng OCTA Research Team, nangunguna ang Quezon City na mayroong 879 cases habang pumangalawa ang Maynila na may 551 cases.

Cebu Pacific, nagkansela ng ilang domestic flights sa harap ng paglalagay sa NCR sa MECQ

Cebu Pacific, nagkansela ng ilang domestic flights sa harap ng paglalagay sa NCR sa MECQ | RMN Networks

Nagpa-alala ang Cebu Pacific na mahigpit pa rin nilang ipinatutupad ang pagtanggap lamang ng domestic bookings para sa essential travels o sa mga mahahalagang biyahe. Kasunod ng paglalagay ng pamahalaan sa Metro Manila sa ilalim ng Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) mula ngayong araw hanggang sa August 31, 2021, nagkansela ang Cebu Pacific at Cebgo […]

Tracker | Pilipino Star Ngayon

Tracker

DURIAN SHAKE – Edith Regalado (Pilipino Star Ngayon) – August 22, 2021 – 12:00am Medyo humupa na rin ang pag-uusap tungkol sa kontrobersyal na kasal ni DUMPER partylist Rep. Claudine Bautista dahil nga ito raw ay bonggang-bongga. Nagsalita na rin si Claudine.

Davao Santos Land is going up – SUNSTAR

Santos Land is going up

No other option but up – this is the key message of the second quarter virtual awarding of Santos Land Development Corporation (SLDC) to its sales and marketing force. The homegrown developer pulled off a successful recognition and thanksgiving event anew as it continued to commit to give importance to its sales executives, managers, and directors being the essential partners in providing quality houses and spaces to its growing clients.

Beach or mountain breeze? – SUNSTAR

Beach or mountain breeze?

STAYING at home and seeing only the walls of your house for a prolonged period of time can take a toll on your mental wellness and creativity. If you’re missing the outside world so much and want to escape for a while and experience the therapeutic effect of nature, you can actually do that now in Davao Region, just always keep in mind to follow minimum health safety standards.

Vaccine donation – Manila Standard

Vaccine donation

Metro Pacific Investments Corp. and PLDT Inc. are set to distribute 50,000 AstraZeneca COVID vaccines to five local government units in Metro Manila and Mindanao to augment ongoing efforts of the government. With the assistance of Zuellig Pharma and four Metro Pacific Hospitals, the two batches of vaccines shared with PLDT-Smart Foundation are allocated for Malabon, Navotas, Davao, Bacolod and General Santos.

Abalayan: Adopt an athlete – SUNSTAR

Abalayan: Adopt an athlete

THE national government, particularly the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), has been very vocal about the important role that the private sector played in the country’s resounding success in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The PSC even issued a statement that it takes a nation to realize a dream – the dream of winning the first gold medal in the Olympics.

Best beginnings go online – SUNSTAR

Best beginnings go online

DO YOU know that breastfeeding mothers and pregnant women can get the Covid-19 vaccine? This relevant information was shared by Latch (Lactation, Attachment, Training, Counseling, Help) Davao, a non-profit organization that offers quality lactation education and peer counseling services to mothers who wish to breastfeed. “Breastfeeding and pregnant women can get the Covid-19 vaccine.

MPIC, MVP Group bolsters PH Gov’t vaccination initiatives | BMPlus – BusinessMirror

MPIC, MVP Group bolsters PH Gov’t vaccination initiatives | BMPlus

Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC) and PLDT are set to distribute 50,000 AstraZeneca COVID vaccines for five local government units in Metro Manila and Mindanao, to augment the ongoing vaccination efforts of the government. With the assistance of Zuellig Pharma and four Metro Pacific Hospitals, the two batches of vaccines…

Davao City, 21 August 1984

Davao City, 21 August 1984

The Parliament of the Streets is alive in Davao City as thousands of residents, raising clenched fists, gather downtown on August 21, 1984 to commemorate the 1 st anniversary of the assassination of former Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino. Aquino was gunned down upon arrival at the Manila International Airport (now renamed after him) on August 21, 1983 after a three-year exile.

US bans pesticide for risks to farmers | The Manila Times

US bans pesticide for risks to farmers

DELAWARE: The Biden administration said on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) it was banning use of chlorpyrifos, a widely used pesticide long targeted by environmentalists on food crops, because it poses risks to children and farmworkers. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) acted after a federal appeals court ordered the government in April to determine quickly whether the pesticide is safe or should be prohibited.

House resumes session next week, ECQ or not | The Manila Times

House resumes session next week, ECQ or not

THE House of Representatives will resume plenary sessions next week whether or not Metro Manila remains under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), Speaker Lord Allan Velasco said on Thursday. The government placed the National Capital Region (Metro Manila) under ECQ from August 6 to 20 to stem the spread of a resurgent coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) attributed to its highly transmissible Delta variant.

Taliban takeover in Afghanistan to affect anti-terror efforts – expert | The Manila Times

Taliban takeover in Afghanistan to affect anti-terror efforts – expert

SECURITY expert Rommel Banlaoi said the takeover of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan will seriously affect global counter-terrorism efforts, especially in the Philippines. He stressed this on Thursday during the “Pandesal forum” on the collapse of the United States-backed Afghanistan government and its impact in the region’s geo-politics and security.

‘Isang’ enters PH — Pagasa | The Manila Times

‘Isang’ enters PH — Pagasa

TROPICAL depression “Isang” has entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) but is unlikely to directly affect the general weather condition in the country, the state-run weather agency said on Thursday. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said that the center of Isang was estimated at 1,290 kilometers east of Northern Luzon.

P&G continues pandemic support as new quarantine looms | The Manila Times

P&G continues pandemic support as new quarantine looms

Procter & Gamble (P&G) Philippines the company behind trusted names such as Safeguard, Ariel and Head & Shoulders, has consistently shown through its business resources and expertise it enduring care for its employees, consumers and communities Over the past year, Filipinos have seen P&G’s contributions to help safeguard frontliners and protect communities with various programs, initiatives and innovations from manufacturing millions of medical-grade face masks, donating thousands of hygiene kits and handwashing facilities in public spaces to partnering with the government.

Manila’s Stratpoint brings nOps to Philippines market amid Asia push – Channel Asia

Manila’s Stratpoint brings nOps to Philippines market amid Asia push

Manila headquartered Amazon Web Services (AWS) partner Stratpoint has struck a partnership with US-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud management platform provider nOps, expanding its Asian presence to the Philippines market. NOps is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner and AWS Marketplace Seller that has achieved AWS Cloud Management Tools Competency status.

Capitol sends more medicines, equipment to hospitals – Cebu Daily News

Capitol sends more medicines, equipment to hospitals

CEBU CITY, Philippines – The Capitol has provided additional medicines and equipment to aid hospitals in the province as the surge of COVID-19 cases continues. Data from the Provincial Health Office showed that the four provincial and 12 district hospitals in Cebu have already begun using the hi-flow nasal cannula machine it purchased to aid patients with moderate to severe symptoms of the infection.

3 ex-Netflix folk sued for fraud | The Manila Times

3 ex-Netflix folk sued for fraud

SAN DIEGO: US regulators on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) filed insider trading charges against five people, including three former Netflix employees, accusing them of illegally using confidential data on subscriber growth at the streaming television giant. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said the group generated $3 million in total profits by trading on the insider information from three former Netflix software engineers.

Only 84.723 million common shares of PMPC are listed | The Manila Times

Only 84.723 million common shares of PMPC are listed

Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corp. (PMPC) has 84,723,432 Filipino-owned common shares listed at the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). In an annual report for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021, the company reported P4,779,762 in additional paid-in capital (APIC). It divided annual retained earnings totaling P4,425,416,225 between an appropriated P3,842,400,000 and an unappropriated P583,016,225.

Taal volcano emits high levels of sulfur dioxide anew – Phivolcs | The Manila Times

Taal volcano emits high levels of sulfur dioxide anew – Phivolcs

TAAL Volcano emitted sulfur dioxide anew, spewing 15,347 tons over the last 24 hours, the state-run Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said. “This is a notice of high sulfur dioxide or SO2 emission at Taal Volcano. The first measurement of volcanic sulfur dioxide or SO2 flux from its main crater totaled 15,347 tons,” according to Renato Solidum Jr., Phivolcs chief.

China to supply 10M vaccine doses to PH in Aug | The Manila Times

China to supply 10M vaccine doses to PH in Aug

In an exclusive interview by The Manila Times, Ambassador Huang answered the following questions: Q1: The vaccine remains our strongest weapon to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. So far, China has provided a large amount of vaccine donations and supplies to the Philippines, which has played an important role in the implementation of the Philippine national vaccination plan.

Govt loses P2.53B from lower pork, rice tariff rates | The Manila Times

Govt loses P2.53B from lower pork, rice tariff rates

THE national government lost a total of P2.53 billion in revenue when it cut tariff rates on pork and rice imports in May, an official of the Department of Finance said on Thursday. In an interview, Finance Undersecretary Antonette Tionko said Executive Order (EO) 134, which reduced tariffs for imported pork products, resulted in P2.52 billion revenue loss for the government.

Scammer using name of Davao mayor surrenders – The Manila Times

Con man surrenders; Davao City mayor lauds NCRPO

An alleged member of an organized crime group who used the name of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio in duping a number of people has surrendered to the Metro Manila police. Police Maj. Gen. Vicente Danao Jr., chief of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), announced on Thursday the surrender of an unidentified member of the so-called Cerbito-Fernandez Organized Crime Group “after a strategic operation.”

Belmonte orders thorough probe of Salamida killing | The Manila Times

Belmonte orders thorough probe of Salamida killing

QUEZON City Mayor Josefina “Joy” Belmonte said on Thursday the killer of journalist Gwenn Salamida would face the full brunt of the law. “I am also extending my condolences and sympathy to the family of Ms. Salamida as I promised to personally monitor the investigation into the murder to make sure she would get swift and immediate justice,” Belmonte told The Manila Times.

Inoculated bus drivers eyed for vaccinated commuters | The Manila Times

Inoculated bus drivers eyed for vaccinated commuters

THE government is considering inoculating against Covid-19 bus drivers who will transport fully vaccinated passengers in the National Capital Region, Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship Jose Maria “Joey” Concepcion 3rd said on Thursday. Concepcion said he was coordinating with Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade to explore such a scheme as part of the growing trend of creating bubbles or Covid-safe zones in workplaces.

Manila Water says unit signs P465-M loan to fund projects – BusinessWorld

Manila Water says unit signs P465-M loan to fund projects – BusinessWorld

MANILA Water Co., Inc. said on Thursday that a unit of its South Luzon water consortium had signed a P465-million term loan facility to fund its projects. Manila Water Philippine Ventures, Inc.-South Luzon Water Corp. (MWPV-SLWC) forged the loan with the Bank of the Philippine Islands, the east zone water concessionaire said in a stock exchange […]