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Lifetime achievement award for Tiya Dely

(via Inquirer) I THINK THEY ARE GIVING awards to the most senior people in the industry. In that case, I am the oldest. I’m among those who’ve logged in the most number of years in public service.” Veteran broadcaster Fidela “Tiya Dely” Magpayo told Inquirer Entertainment on Saturday that, although Read more »

Ronnie Alcano World Pool Champion

New World Pool Champion Philippines’ Ronato Alcano kisses his trophy after winning against Germany’s Ralf Souquet during the World Pool Championship finals in Manila, Philippines, on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2006. Alcano beat Souquet 17-10. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Typhoon Chebi hits northern Philippines

Villagers haul a fallen branch to clear a road in the town of Rosales in Pangasinan province as strong winds by typhoon Chebi hit the northern part of the country. Homes in the northern Philippines have been evacuated as residents brace themselves for a fresh battering just two weeks Read more »

Pinay Power!

The history of Filipinos in America, from the arrival of the first Luzon indios in Morro Bay, Calif., in 1587, to the coming of the Manilamen in Louisiana in either 1763 or 1830 to the immigration of sakadas to Hawai‘i in 1906, is the history of Filipinos in America. It Read more »

Taiwan rejects RP’s plea to resume processing of Pinoy workers’ visas

MANILA — Philippine Government officials failed to convince the Taiwan Council on Labor Affairs (CLA) to lift the suspension it imposed on the processing of working visas of Filipino laborers.

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Charlie ‘Atong’ Ang back in RP

A close friend of deposed president Joseph Estrada was extradited to the country on Friday signalling the possible reopening of the graft case against the fallen leader. Charlie “Atong” Ang arrived in the Philippines at 5:30 a.m. on board Philippine Airlines flight PR 103 under heavy police escort from the Read more »