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REVISIT abundant economic vistas in the country’s southernmost provinces in the timely online forum, “Mindanao: Mind it now,” streamed live on The Manila Times (TMT) Facebook page, YouTube channel and Dailymotion account from 10 a.m. on December 7. Journey through road maps laid out by BDO Network Bank President Jesus Antonio Itchon, LeBien Medical Group founder Edwin Bien and Anflo Group President Ricardo Lagdameo with forum guides Dante “Klink” Ang 2nd, TMT chairman and CEO, and Ben Kritz, columnist.
MisOr bounces back with win over Zamboanga SibugayCEBU CITY, Philippines—The Globalport-MisOr Valientes defeated the Zamboanga Sibugay Anak Mindanao Warriors, 72-61, in the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas VisMin Super Cup Mindanao Challenge on Wednesday
Visayas business leaders join call for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinationCEBU CITY, Cebu, Philippines — Some business leaders in the Visayas said they were supporting proposals for the mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 as this would benefit all. “This is something the business chamber will not object to. This is for the good of all. On the side of business, we want everyone to be vaccinated […]
Ayala Museum, Filipinas Heritage Library reopen after 2 yearsAfter a two-year renovation, Ayala Museum is set to welcome visitors again starting Sunday, December 4! December 4, Saturday not Sunday po
Isko Moreno ‘hopeful’ of getting Duterte’s backing as Bong Go withdrawsICYMI: Senator Bong Go announced he was pulling out of the presidential race while Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso said he was “hopeful” of receiving President Duterte’s endorsement. Leni is probably hoping to get some Go voters. She said she supported ELCAC not for her base, they want it gone. But she finally showed support for a Du3O EO. That's good enough. Leni sucks balls in the popularity ratings. BBM tops it all. IskoMoreno 💩
First US overdose prevention centers open in New York City in an effort to combat overdose deathsNew York City is now the first city in the nation to open two overdose prevention centers that will allow drug users to receive medical care and services to prevent drug overdose deaths, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio's Office. TL: “Ayon sa opisina ni Mayor de Blasio, New York City ang unang lungsod sa USA na magbubukas ng dalawang center para pigilang mamatay sa overdose ang mga gumagamit ng droga. Makakatanggap sila ng tulong at serbisyong medikal.”