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This is only a passing question for residents living around the City of Naga and also of towns nearby, and maybe of Camarines Sur province, too. Have you visited the Jesse Robredo museum yet? If not, then come on, let’s join Vice-President Leni Robredo show us around. The VPOP is […]
Listen (and watch) to both music below and get entertained. One is an original and the other was “alleged” to have infringed copyright of the first. It must be, according to a federal jury in Los Angeles. The court found that the 2013 hit “Dark Horse” by popular singer Katy […]
This is a replay of President of the Philippines’ (POTP) State of the Nation Address (SONA), July 22, 2019. Very notable on this event was a delayed start of the program caused by the late arrival of President Rodrigo Duterte at the House of Representatives (Batasan Pambansa building). Out of […]
Visiting a fishing village for the second time in the town of Siruma was worth the effort. An added bonus was like a gift of surprise visit to a secluded area away from the populous village. Here, we share the quick round trip boat rides from rustic Vito to the […]
Aptly, enough, it will be like a battle of David VS. Goliath. An Isreal-based company is suing a social media networking giant for $500 billion in Australia. According to TR News, “Facebook, Google & Twitter have been sent legal letters putting them on notice about this claim for damages exceeding […]
Whatever happened to the Canadian garbage loaded on the ship destined to be on its way back to Vancouver? Remember how Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte was so “infuriated” and postured for media consumption he declared (garbage) war on Canada and Trudeau. Well, as always, it was all more of posturing […]
Canadians react with disdain on government officials, which include PM Justin Trudeau and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, due to garbage dumping in the Philippines. Watch how independent conservative YouTube channel shares reaction and more below: [At 1:40, notice the government official sitting right of President Duterte make face, reacting to […]
Sharing here the attendance of Vice President Leni Robredo during the 121st Independence Day rites this morning at Rizal Park in Manila. And below is the commemorative message of the vice president for the occasion: Sa araw na ito, bilang nagkakaisang lahi, ipinagdiriwang natin ang ika-isangdaan at dalawampu’t isang taon […]
A short clip derived from a PBS (US tv channel) documentary highlights a woman acquiring a “sense of peace” after aborting her two (twin) babies. The woman was shown getting clear instruction from the doctor on the dosage and timing of taking “medical” abortion pills. The doctor was so blatant […]
The most important and relevant documentary movie drops today. Will it be truth bites the plight of mass migration hurting Europe? We are referring to the much awaited “Borderless” movie by independent Canadian activist-journalist Lauren Southern and her team. After months enduring the rigors (and danger) of (clandestine) location filming, […]
This is my first look of the official ballot for overseas absentee voters for the coming May 2019 elections. Thanks for joining me on the first look of an overeas absentee ballot for the upcoming mid-term elections. I’m looking at the front page or first page of the three-fold ballot. […]
Some world leaders, and even the mainstream media, didn’t get it. But at least, Pope Francis on Easter Sunday speaking after the special Easter ‘Urbi et Orbi’ message and blessing, expressed his “heartfelt closeness to the Christian community [of Sri Lanka] wounded as it was gathered in prayer, and to […]
The Easter Sunday celebration in Vatican caps the coverage of the almost week-long Semana Santa or Holy Week. The coverage streams from the grounds of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The celebration will be presided by Pope Francis about 5:00 o’clock PM Manila time. At the end of the celebration, […]
Happy Easter!! As part of our continuing coverage of the Holy Week and partial culmination of the activities, we share below the just concluded mass celebration in Naga Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Archbishop of Caceres, the Most Rev. Rolando Octavus Joven Tria Tirona, OCD, D.D. , led […]
Sharing here the message of Vice President Leni Robredo for Easter Sunday 2019. Pagbati po ng isang maligayang Pasko ng Muling Pagkabuhay sa ating mga kapatid na Kristiyano at sa buong sambayanang Pilipino. Mapalad tayong ipagdiwang ang araw na ito sapagkat kasabay ng muling pagkabuhay ng ating Panginoong Hesukristo ay […]
The Easter Vigil takes place on Saturday, April 20th, beginning at 8.25pm. in Vatican. The celebration begins with the blessing of the new fire in the atrium of St. Peter’s Basilica. The processional entrance follows next with the Easter candle and the singing of the “Exsultet” (or “Easter Proclamation”). Pope […]
Watch the live feed of Via Crucis from the Vatican in the continuing coverage of the Holy Week Celebration. At 9.15PM (Vatican time), Pope Francis will participate in the Via Crucis, or Way of the Cross, at the Colosseum. That will be 3:15 AM, Manila time, April 20, 2019. Pope […]
Watch here the full coverage of the celebration of the Passion of the Lord by Pope Francis. Livestream direct from St Peter’s Basilica, the Holy Father will preside over the Liturgy of the Word, the Adoration of the Cross, and the Communion Rite, starting at 5pm (Vatican time) of April […]
Today, direct from St. Peter’s Basilica Pope Francis celebrates the Chrism Mass which should start at about 9:30 AM in Rome. We join the Holy Father in the celebration of the Maundy Thursday mass at the Vatican. Expected to be in attendance are Patriarchs, Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops and priests. During […]
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is sending 7,600 pounds of research, supplies and hardware to the crew members living and working on the International Space Station. The space launch by Northrop Grumman Corporation wull be using its Antares rocket carrying the Cygnus spacecraft. The company named it in […]
This is a short coverage about the fire that gutted much of the famous and historic Catholic cathedral in Paris. Rebel Media reporter Martina Markota delivers a brief about the unfortunate incident of what happened on late Monday afternoon of April 15th. Meanwhile, rebuilding the Notre-Dame is already on its […]
What is an entertainment news article when a Philppine peso (₱) sign is interchanged with the US dollar ($) sign? It is laden with FAKE NEWS. Take for instance the update on earnings by local movie “Alone/Together” published by Manila broadsheet Philippine Star. The article “What’s next for Liza Soberano?” […]
This is the full stream coverage of the Palm Sunday 2019 at St. Peter’s Square in Vatican. Pope Francis celebrates the mass in Rome followed by the recitation of the Angelus prayer. This coverage has an English audio overlay. Related
This month of April, we mark the birthday of this site. So that as part of that celebration, we are happy to share the top 25 stories and posts that garnered the top most views through the years, up to now. Going over these posts, we were surprised for the […]
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange was arrested in London on Thursday morning. This happened after Ecuadorian diplomatic officials invited British police into the embassy to arrrest the Australian citizen. The 47-year old Assange (Julian Paul Hawkins) faces possible jail time in United Kingdom, a possible extradition to the United States and […]
This is how the Chinese money trap works. An excellent reminder just in time when the present POTP Duterte administration is clawing hard and good at funds dangled by the regime in the mainland. I like how Nas made a factual example about Sri Lanka (before, Ceylon) which is now […]
An Italian cemetery covered crosses as a different approach of pushing for religious tolerance. It was reported that crosses in graves in Pieve di Cento in Italy have been clothed in black. This was the approach resorted to avoid offending people from different religion. While not specifically identifyng the religion, […]
I found this perfect alternative container for effectively growing mongo or mung bean sprouts for family use. And perhaps, good for soy beans, too. Thanks for joining me as I scrutinize this new found kitchen aid. In the past I have been using the big blue bowl which gives me […]
Human trafficking ring that operates between Spain and Morocco rakes millions of Euro dollars on its daily operation. This was disclosed in the current uploaded video of independent Canadian journalist Lauren Southern. Southern’s group released this short installment in their dangerous coverage of documenting the phenomenon happening now in Africa, […]
This is a throwback post on the feature documentary about the Philippine Eagle. The much awarded and acclaimed film work about the rare and critically endangered Philippine Eagle was officially released less than a year ago. The feature documentary already shown outside the Philippines and gathered rave reviews and praises […]
Daring independent journalist Lauren Southern is on the hot trail of the illegal immigration happening now in most of Europe. On this her latest reportage the daring Canadian exposes the alleged human smugglers and traffickers operating in Greece as NGO’s like the Emergency Response Center International. ERCI is a self-described […]
Really. That is the pressing question hounding countries whose citizens joined the violent, murderous, militant group that engaged troops in the war torn parts of Syria for years. And now, they want to return and recover their normal lives. The so-called idealists, young women who left their adopted countries and […]
This should be the first walking tour for inmotion channel, I mean, a walking exploration. So here I was at the churchyard of the main Catholic church in my hometown which is the Parish church of Our Lady of La Porteria. Welcome to inMotion. And many thanks and appreciate for […]
Yes, totally true. The epic fails in Ilocos Norte. One of which was the “cable cart” ride which amused the passengers at first. Then afterwards lost the interest for the operator obviously had difficulty maneuvering the cart up its destination and back. But hey, it was a good try. The […]
Culled from the online news portal itself, Rappler reports agents from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) arrested Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa early Wednesday evening, February 13. The arrest was done in connection with a cyber libel case filed by the justice department. NBI officers in civilian […]
CALABANGA, Cam.Sur, March 31 — Kristo, the longest running live street play here is being staged during the Catholic observation of the Semana Santa. It is a play given life by hometown actors for the past 22 years. Participants and the people behind says, “and counting,” giving assurance that it […]
Something happened during the past few days on the backside of this blog, Cbanga360(dot)net. And it was not funny at all. This writer got distraught had to stop writing post while thinking of the worst possibility- online posts, comments, images, data, may be lost forever if its repository- the SQL database get affected.
In 2004 a Metro Manila Earthquake Impact Reduction Study was commissioned on the probable scenarios of earthquake impact in Metro Manila. It disclosed that a big inland earthquake of 7.2 magnitude could happen in the area as an offshoot of the movement of the West Valley Fault.
Tanza, Navotas, MM, June 3, 2013- Students and teachers will be back to school today for another “bout” of school year with more positive prospects. But let me share these retrospective of an educational fun activity we have done this past summer vacation. Looking back, while many of the public […]
Read here the full text of the first State of the Nation Address of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte: Kindly sit down. Thank you. Allow me a little bit of informality at the outset. You would realize that the three guys in the elevated portion of Congress are from Mindanao. So, […]
After the APEC summit, President Benigno S. Aquino, III is off to Malaysia for the 27th ASEAN leaders meeting which begins Saturday in Kuala Lumpur. In his departure speech Friday, Aquino said he will bid farewell to his fellow leaders in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations as well as […]
The great divide between the poor and the rich in the country is nowhere more clear than when one goes to the rural areas. In the seaside village of Sabang, more than many nipa houses abound and inhospitable for people to live in. Dilapidated. Frail. Not safe for human habitation. Inadequate.
This is the segment of the interview with the press in Malacanang of President Rodrigo Duterte on mining. The transcript of that “conversation” follows below: Second is mining, huwag ninyong anuhin si Gina Lopez by publicity. Hindi siya marunong…She is not an incompetent, she is a bright lady. And she […]
The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places in the December 2013 Optometrist Licensure Examination are the following: RANK N A M E SCHOOL RATING(%) 1 ANTHONY AMOS KOA MANILA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY-CALOO CAN CITY 90.90 2 HANS IAN ANDERSON CO ONG CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY-MANILA 88.80 3 AMALIA LORAINE […]
Here’s why it will be dangerous to cross over the South China Sea, and airspace anytime soon. A western media reported Friday that China is planning to deploy more surface-to-air missiles in the South China Sea islands under its control. An independent US media source disclosed that Beijing intends to […]
DAVAO CITY, March 23 — A former municipal councilor alleged to be a member of the international drug ring 14-K, together with his wife earlier caught of drugs valued at P400,000 are facing drug charges filed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA). Named respondents in the case for violation […]
We are on an intense weather watch due to the tropical disturbance by typhoon Juan (international code name: megi). But rather than get the bulletin from the local channels, we have to rely on the internet which are much more detailed (words and graphic) with updates as often as the sites get one, without the interruption of lengthy advertisements except those pay per click links.
[flexiblemap address=”Barangay Villahermosa, Rapu-rapu, Albay, Bicol” region=”Bicol” directions=”true” width=”100%” height=”250px” zoom=”10″ ]. One version of the report says that the amount lost was P3.3 million. The second version says it was P4 million. Maybe it was rounded off to the highest amount, the thing is millions of pesos were lost! […]
Through PPP projects, many crucial responsibilities of the government are being transferred to profit-oriented private corporations and banks, particularly the development and operation of core infrastructure such as roads and mass transportation network, power generation, and water supply and distribution, among others.
Three huge National Irrigation Administration projects worth P336,845,505.73 is underway for Ilocos Norte, Bukidnon and Davao Del Sur. The amount is earmarked to rehabilitate, improve irrigation systems and fund the construction of irrigators’ association support facilities. The finalized project contracts under the National Irrigation Sector Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (NISRIP) […]
Continuing here the live stream sharing coverage of Pope Francis in Philadelphia, with the spotlight on meeting with Bishops, guests of the World Meeting of Families. Pope Francis meets the Bishops, guests of the World Meeting of Families in the St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Philadelphia Scheduled for Sep 27, […]
With its towering height of 8,077 feet (2,462 meters), the almost perfect-coned volcano is the main tourist attraction of the province and the regions’ natural wonder.
But don’t be guiled with its beauty and charm, for it has erupted times too many since its first recorded activity in 1776. The most destructive was in 1814 when the town of Cagsawa was buried under its mudflows and only the church belfry was left standing. The town was later relocated into what is now the bustling trade center of Daraga.
The 101 on why there is the need to highlight Bicol marine wealth and biodiversity into the spotlight of a regional trade fair. The regional office of the Bureau of Fishiries and Aquatic Resources partners with the organizers of the forthcoming regional Bishop Francisco Gainza Trade Fair with its exhibition […]
The series of frames here shows the deplorable and severe aftermath of tropical storm Ketsana, local name Ondoy, which caused flooding to a vast area in the national capital region and neighboring provinces due to the unabated torrential rain and wind.
The typhoon entered the eastern side of the big island of Luzon and made landfall between the provinces of Aurora and Quezon, even as rain started pouring earlier on Friday evening.
What’s in a name?A flower will still be a flower, though growing wild and uncared for. Dainty and frail, they thrive well and good outside the backyard fence basking at the sunshine, facing the vast, wide expanse of almost endless ricefields. Ano an yaon sa ngaran?An burak fermi nang burak, […]
This post should be less wordy. We’re churning one for Cbanga360 on Facebook, which should be online much later. And that would be about Mayon volcano update. Thank you for hosting Luiz, Denise, Laerte and Valkyrien. See more flowers here at: Today’s Flowers Related
Move over Burj Khalifa (of Dubai), a new high rise tower is rising (sic) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Jeddah Economic Company is building the world’s tallest tower that can eclipse the Burj currently in the Guinness World Record. Over 1000 meters and a total construction area of […]
Video: Celebration of the Solemnity of the Nativity in Vatican. Pope Francis celebrates Midnight Mass on the Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord. Watch the live stream direct from where it is happening, at St. Peter’s Basilica. Courtesy of Radio Vaticana / Vatican Television Center. Live Friday, December 25th, […]
Malacanang on Sunday welcomed the tribute that CNN anchor Anderson Cooper paid to Filipinos affected by super typhoon “Yolanda.” Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary Herminio “Sonny” Coloma Jr. said it was indeed good that Cooper thanked Filipinos for showing others how to live. “Ikinalulugod po natin ang patuloy na pagpapahayag […]