Former actress and surfer mom Andi Eigenmann might have just given birth to her second daughter, Lilo, but she’s not stopping to take any breaks. First, we have her 6 weeks post-partum and she’s already gearing up to get her fitness back on track. Now, she shares the news that the whole family is anticipating […]
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Manila Mayor Isko Moreno passed the memorandum implementing City Ordinance No. 8547 last September 2. The ordinance effects a curfew for individuals under the age of 18 as a way to enact protections and discipline hours. This follows an episode wherein Moreno responded to an incident of loitering children causing a disturbance late Sunday night, possibly […]
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In early June, at the Joint Congressional Oversight Committee (JCOC) hearing, Comelec Executive Director Jose M. Tolentino Jr. informed lawmakers on the Automated Election System that only 33 percent of the units leased “worked properly without problem” while 66 percent were not utilized due to election officers who encountered procedural problems. He also mentioned that […]
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After two months since the “hit-and-run” incident of the Filipino fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea, the owner of the Chinese vessel has released a letter of apology to the DFA on Wednesday, August 28. On June 9, a Philippine fishing boat carrying 22 fishermen was left behind after being rammed by a Chinese vessel […]
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Seeking to raise the cash allowance for public school teachers, Batangas Representative Vilma Santos filed House Bill 3449. This House Bill aims to raise the annual cash allowance of public school teachers to P10,000 so that they may be able to purchase the necessary teaching materials such as chalks, erasers, forms and other classroom supplies. (ALSO […]
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The Supreme Court (SC) has decided to dismiss the West Philippine Sea case after fishermen withdrew their petition on enforcing environmental laws to protect it. Initially, forty Palawan and Zambales fishermen and the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) has yearned for a writ of kalikasan over Scarborough Shoal, Panganiban Reef, and Ayungin Shoal by seeking for […]
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If you have no idea whether you should choose flip-flops or heels, your dilemma is now solved! Heeled flip-flops, which were actually a thing in the 90s, are making a comeback when Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner posted their own pair on their Instagram accounts. Do you remember all those weird trends that occurred in the […]
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The 82nd season of the UAAP has just started and while we marvel over their volleyball skills, we also can’t help but also admire their OOTDs off court. When you’re running out of style inspiration, these 20 stylish female UAAP volleyball players will serve you some ideas on what to wear for the day. 20. […]
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For many Pinoys, one of the best things about eating bulalo is slurping the bone marrow from the large bone floating around the soup. While eating the bone marrow isn’t considered the healthiest thing by many, a lot still enjoy the soft fatty texture of the delicacy. That’s why a lot of restaurants are already offering […]
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FamilyDOC recently launched its advocacy campaign, D’BEAT Movement (D’BEAT), to promote diabetes prevention and management to more Filipinos. D’BEAT aims to educate Filipinos on the management of Diabetes and its complications, and to advocate early detection, active and healthy lifestyle, and proper medical support through online promotions, and community lectures. FamilyDOC is also offering free […]
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