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Miss Philippines Catriona Gray is crowned this year’s Miss Universe. This is the fourth crown won by a candidate from the Philippines in the history of the popular international beauty pageant. Watch the seemingly long moment while the hopefuls wait for the announcement of the winning Miss Universe 2018. And […]
Wondered how Gins are made. Here’s the quick answer with a video straight from the guy who’s making one. We are referring to Ryan Reynolds who has got time for one despite being a busy actor. Reynolds even spilled the secret that after this video’s release in the internet, it […]
Imagine this. A handsome building rising on Quituinan Hill fronting the majestic Mount Mayon would be a sight to behold. That prospect emboldens the municipal council committee on infrastructure of Camalig in Albay coming forward with the plan. They proposed to build a P3.5 billion Bicol International Convention Center located […]
Time magazine’s 2018 acknowledged person(s) of the year (POY) received mixed reaction from netizens. Before the end of year, the US-based news magazine picks a POY of their choice who has done the most to influence the events of the year. This 2018, it came out with not one, but […]
Budget insertions for appropriations on the 2019 proposed national budget made top news these past days. Members of the house of representatives and the Budget Department are pointing fingers who did the possible insertion which bloated the proposed national budget. Budget insertions when intended for infrastructure projects of congressional districts […]
The Commission on Elections said the public should not blame the agency on the predicament they are facing since they waited until the last days of the registration period. The poll body was referring to late registrants spending long hours in line to have their biometrics taken or validate their […]
Free as the Birds was a filming and learning experience on our part. We are finally publishing here and posting on our Youtube channel the short assembly of video clips which otherwise were just saved on the (removable) hard drive for some time now. The footages were taken for the […]
Looking deep at the 2005 income of cities and provinces of Bicol this time, the trend is no different from previous years. The moneys earned stay more on the uptrend. The cities of Legazpi and Naga are truly rivals. Sorsogon may seem to occupy the third position now and the next years to come.
MANILA, April 20 – The latest development that came out of Philippine Senate hearing being conducted by its Blue Ribbon Committee squeezed new information out of former Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC)-Jupiter branch manager Maia Santos Deguito on Tuesday. The lady banker tagged junket casino operator Kim Wong as Christopher […]
Various studies conducted by government agencies and non-government entities just showed a rise in teenage pregnancy in the Bicol region. The study also revealed that pre-teen girls from age 15 to pre-adult 19 are sexually active, from a low of 6.3% in 2002 to a jump of 7.3% in 2013. […]
LEGAZPI CITY — Six persons died when a Suzuki sports utility vehicle collided head-on with a passenger bus early Sunday morning along the Maharlika Highway in barangay Bacolod, Juban, Sorsogon, a Philippine National Police official in Bicol said. Inspector Malu Calubaquid, PNP Bicol spokesperson, said the Suzuki SUV with plate […]
Legazpi city, (PNA) — The Australian Agency for International Development will fund the construction of classrooms in areas of Bicol where Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) is being implemented. The AusAid has entered into a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Department of Social […]
During the campaign period for the mid-term elections, President Benigno S. Aquino III, made whirlwind visits of cities and municipalities in the Bicol region. These video coverage courtesy of RTV Malacañang which highlights the president’s campaign visits in the municipalities of Libmanan (above) and Tinambac (below, all in Camarines Sur). […]
Research group IBON calls on lawmakers deliberating on the budget for the controversial Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) Program to look into the resulting additional debt burden that Filipinos will shoulder to repay the program’s loans.
Maybe it was the right but unpopular decision for Malacananng not granting the raise in pension of SSS members so the troubled agency can stay afloat. But what is more disheartening to know is that the people at the helm of the agency are doing a different stroke. Many thanks […]