Archive for the ‘Joseph Estrada’ Category

25
Aug
An ambitious plan to make Manila the next “City of Lights” is what the city government wants to push as Mayor Joseph Estrada will set aside P300 million to fund the ongoing street lighting project in the city next year. Estrada said the entire city should be lighted up, from major thoroughfares to barangay streets that will also serve as an anti-crime measure during nighttime Read more [...]

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25
Aug
An umbrella group of commuter stakeholders has thrown its support to proposals by the Japan International Cooperation Agency to address the worsening traffic situation in Metro Manila, including the transfer of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the Manila North Harbor. “There is no denying that our roads in Metro Manila and even in neighboring provinces are too congested now,” said Elvira Medina, president of the National Center for Commuters Safety and Protection Inc. Read more [...]

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25
Aug
Certain groups are alarmed and wary.  They are diligent in exerting efforts (rain or shine) to block the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, allegedly because of various human rights violations committed during his presidency. It was argued that if we are to go by the burial place’s name, Marcos should not be interred in that hallowed ground—unless he is considered a hero. Read more [...]

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24
Aug
Basketball legend Cezar says PH should focus on combat sports The Manila Times A friend to the Estrada family, Cezar remained in their circle of activities but took off a while when Jinggoy became a senator and concentrated on his family. This year, he became a partner of Manila City Hall's kingpin, Mayor Joseph “ Erap ” Estrada as .. Read more [...]

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24
Aug
PH Marines gets new commmander The Manila Times Costales was the deputy of the Marine Battalion Landing Team 2 when former President Joseph Estrada , now mayor of Manila, declared a total war against the MILF, according to Capt. Ryan Lacuesta, Marines spokesman Read more [...]

24
Aug
Fifty-five days into his 2,190-day presidency, Rodrigo Roa Duterte has delivered—at least on his vow to launch an anti-drugs war. “Our deal is stop corruption, drugs, corruption, and criminality,” he tells his countrymen. Read more [...]

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24
Aug
FOR 20 years, the Clark International Airport inside the Clark Freeport had been underutilized until President Duterte identified it as a solution to the air traffic congestion at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Read more [...]

24
Aug
MANILA, Philippines – The Sandiganbayan has suspended Sen. Read more [...]

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22
Aug
If there is one big advantage that could best prepare a press secretary, it is having once been in the journalism profession. Read more [...]

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22
Aug
BE EXTRA careful when buying silver cleaners, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned the public, saying the substance may result in acute poisoning or even death. The finding, meanwhile, prompted EcoWaste Coalition, a Quezon City-based environment group, to call for raids on stores in Quiapo, Manila, where these products were being sold. Read more [...]

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