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EU backs PH
in sea row

The Philippines and the European Union agree that territorial disputes in the South China Sea should be resolved through international arbitration.

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Restive Mayon
lures tourists

“This will boost local tourism.... It’s like a party. People are out at night watching,” said Marti Calleja, who runs all-terrain vehicle tours near Mayon Volcano for as many as 100 tourists per week.

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FROM THE BACKSEAT TO THE COCKPIT

Pinoys make good
in global arena

With these nine Filipinos who have made a name for themselves in the ultracompetitive world of automobile corporations, we can truly say that Filipino workers, in whatever color their collars, are at the top of their class.

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BIZ BUZZ

PAL change
of command

On Monday, when the final deal for Tan’s takeover of Philippine Airlines’ management was finally sealed, a tale of two parties unfolded—one welcoming back Tan at the helm of PAL and another, smaller group, bade San Miguel, and its chief Ramon S. Ang, farewell (for now).

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ON CHARTER AMENDMENT

Aquino: If there’s
a will, there’s a way

President Benigno Aquino III believes there is still time to amend the Constitution and lift term limits if and when he decides to seek a fresh mandate.

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TO RESOLVE SEA DISPUTE

China seeks
dialogue

Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli said that China is ready to work with neighboring countries to implement the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the disputed South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) given the proper dialogue.

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IN LETTER TO CONGRESS

Aquino seeks
emergency powers

President Benigno Aquino III has formally asked Congress to grant him emergency powers to address the looming power shortage in Luzon in 2015.

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Rare double bass concert at the CCP

Jiovanni Tabada. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/Cultural Center of the Philippines           The Netherlands-trained double bass player Jiovanni Tabada will be the featured artist of the third

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Returning to occupy an impressive 36,000 square meters of exhibition space at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands from December 2-5, OSEA is currently priming

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UP College of Mass Comm holds homecoming Sept 20

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CCP & UP College of Music premiere Dvorak opera ‘Rusalka’

Bianca Camille Lopez. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO This September, the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the University of the Philippines Diliman College of Music present the

Unicef partners with DBM to support gov’t monitoring and evaluation systems

Budget Secretary Florencio “Abad and Lotta Sylwander, UNICEF Philippines Representative sign a Memorandum of Agreement that will boost monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacities in government toward establishing a national results-based M&E system. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement