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  • Canadians stampede to Filipino breakfast in Calgary

    CALGARY, Alberto -- A traditional Filipino breakfast of longganisa,pandesal, scrambled eggs, fried rice, and hot coffee brought together Filipinos and Canadians on Sunday morning July 8, 2018, during the ten-day celebration of the world-famous Calgary Stampede festival. Called "Agahan" Filipino Stampede Breakfast, the event was held at the parking lot of Pacific Hut Restaurant, a Filipino eatery in Southeast Calgary. Now on its third year, the "Agahan" (Filipino word for breakfast) attracted about 5,500 people who came to taste Filipino food, which stood out amidst the more common pancakes served in other parts of the city. Local Filipino bands, singers, and dancer...Keep on reading: Canadians stampede to Filipino breakfast in Calgary

  • BBL is now Bangsamoro Organic Law

    The bicameral conference committee has changed the title of the Bangsamoro Basic Law to Bangsamoro Organic Law in compliance with the 1987 Constitution.

  • Fitch keeps PH rating, flags overheating risks

    Debt watcher Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Philippines’ “BBB” investment grade rating, which carries a stable outlook, but warned of overheating risks to the economy. “The Philippines’ sovereign ratings balance a favorable growth outlook, government debt levels that are below peer medians, a net external creditor position and policies geared towards maintaining macrostability against lower [...] The post Fitch keeps PH rating, flags overheating risks appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Fariñas explains changes in approved version of Bangamoro measure

    The reconciled version of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) -- now known as the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) -- approved by the bicameral conference committee on Wednesday night made certain revisions in key sections. READ:Bicam approves Bangsamoro Organic Law According to House Majority Leader Rodolfo Farias, the committee not only changed the name of the law but also edited its preamble. "We accepted mainly what they wanted, but we saw to it [that we retained the phrase] Filipino people'," Farias said in ambush interview after the committee hearing. "The way they crafted it, it was like the Bangsamoro people were speaking of themselves." "[So we put in there 'Filipino people,'...Keep on reading: Fariñas explains changes in approved version of Bangamoro measure

  • DOH reports 68 leptospirosis deaths

    A total of 68 patients out of more than 500 who have acquired leptospirosis have died, data from the Department of Health (DOH) showed Wednesday.

  • Skype update brings @mentions, HD video and more

    Microsoft has outlined several of the new features coming with the latest version of Skype (8.0) for Windows 10. Faced with increasingly fierce competition, even on desktops from web-based versions of Messenger and WhatsApp, Microsoft is improving the Skype user experience to make its messaging platform even more intuitive. Skype 8.0 brings HD (1080p) video and screensharing calls, allowing users to get together with one to 24 people at once. Microsoft is also making the service more interactive by letting users react to messages in group conversations, like on social media, by mentioning other participants using the "@" symbol followed by their name. With Microsoft's update...Keep on reading: Skype update brings @mentions, HD video and more

  • Inday strengthens into tropical storm

    What's the weather like in your area? Report the situation through Rappler's  Agos  or tweet us at  @rapplerdotcom . MANILA, Philippines – Tropical Depression Inday strengthened into a tropical storm on Wednesday evening, July 18. It has been given the international name Ampil. In a bulletin issued 11 pm on Wednesday, ...

  • Cat Power reveals first album in six years

    Cat Power has announced details of an upcoming album along with a trailer featuring new music and news of a tour in the works. "Wanderer", out Oct. 5, will be Chan Marshall a.k.a. Cat Power's first album in six years, after "Sun". The singer teased the album with a one-minute trailer that features a snippet of the title track, a melancholy folk tune and footage of the artist wandering through a rocky landscape. [embed]https://youtu.be/_ss1uN1IHyA[/embed] Available for pre-order on CD, in digital form or on limited-edition colored vinyl, "Wanderer" will feature 11 tracks, including one called "Woman" that features Lana Del Rey. The track list is as follows: 1. "Wande...Keep on reading: Cat Power reveals first album in six years

  • Mandaluyong, Bataan claim victories in MPBL

    MANILA, Philippines – The Mandaluyong El Tigre stretched their winning streak to 3 games after edging the Navotas Clutch, 59-55, in the 2018 Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Datu Cup at the Bataan People’s Center on Wednesday, July 18. Ray Parks, a two-time Most Valuable Player in the ASEAN Basketball League, ...

  • Marvel sets sights on Black Panther spinoff comic book series

    Marvel Entertainment is set to debut a fresh comic book series based on Black Panther's sibling Shuri. The brand new series -- which will reportedly be titled simply "Shuri" -- is to be available in October 2018, and will focus on T'Challa's younger sister, who is next in line for the throne. According to Bustle, the book will be written by award-winning author Nnedi Okorafor, who penned the digital comic series "Black Panther: Long Live the King" for Marvel, with art by Hawkeye artist Leonardo Romero. The plot will revolve around Shuri's evolution, at a time when T'Challa has moved into space to explore the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, leaving the actual nation without ...Keep on reading: Marvel sets sights on Black Panther spinoff comic book series

  • Sweden struggles to contain ferocious wildfires

    STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Dozens of forest wildfires raged across Sweden on Wednesday, July 18, prompting Stockholm to ask for emergency EU help to fight the blazes, which broke out during an extreme heatwave in the Nordic region. The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) said two Italian firefighting aircraft had been sent ...

  • BTC ‘satisfied’ with bicam version of Bangsamoro law --Jaafar

    Bangsamoro Transition Commission chairman Ghadzali Jaafar expressed satisfaction Wednesday night on the bicameral conference committee approval of the proposed Bangsamoro Organic Law.

  • Mayor Binay mulls suing netizens for threats over non-suspension of classes

    The local government of Makati City has been known to be conservative when it comes to class suspension during the rainy season --- as a proof, Makati was one of the last cities in Metro Manila to dismiss classes on Wednesday. Obviously, Makati Mayor Abby Binay and other city officials have drawn flak from netizens.The criticisms hurled against the local executives differ though: some vented their frustration through posts and comments on Twitter and Facebook while some turned it into a comic situation. https://twitter.com/oquendo_mille/status/1019178086129025024 https://twitter.com/ineffablevk/status/1016455109444698112 https://twitter.com/JerrLuffy/status/101899427853669990...Keep on reading: Mayor Binay mulls suing netizens for threats over non-suspension of classes

  • Kris Aquino opens up about 'complicated relationship' with Noynoy

    MANILA, Philippines – Kris Aquino recently opened up about her “complicated relationship” with her older brother, former president Noynoy Aquino, admitting that they had a 3-month rift while thanking him for being there for her older son Josh. “My brother and I have had a complicated relationship, siguro po kasi only ...

  • Angono Police Station apologizes for post on how to ‘avoid’ rape

    The Angono police apologized on Wednesday night after their list of reminders on how to avoid rape was criticized by the public, including some lawmakers.

  • 16 drown, 30 missing as refugee boat sinks off north Cyprus

    ISTANBUL, Turkey – Sixteen refugees were drowned and around 30 went missing on Wednesday, July 18, after their boat sank in the Mediterranean off the north of Cyprus, Turkish state media reports said. The boat was carrying 150 people when it went down off the village of Yeni Erenkoy in ...

  • Duterte, Mahathir did not discuss Sabah -- Palace

    President Rodrigo Duterte and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad did not discuss Sabah, a thorny issue between Manila and Kuala Lumpur, during their meeting on Monday.

  • Bicam OKs final Bangsamoro bill for Duterte signature

    MANILA, Philippines (3rd UPDATE) – The bicameral conference committee finalized on Wednesday, July 18, the bill that would establish and grant greater autonomy to a new Bangsamoro region. It took the bicam more than a week to reconcile the differing provisions of the House and Senate versions of the measure, ...


Paglobo ng kaso ng dengue at leptospirosis ngayong tag- ...

Pinangangambahan ng Department of Health na lalo pang lumobo ang bilang ng kaso ng dengue at leptospirosis sa bansa ngayong tag-ulan.


PH Pioneers reach Final Four

The Philippine Pioneers, a youth team based in Batangas, made a good impression against American and Canadian foes recently after reaching the 12-and-under semi ...

Pinay gymnasts, umariba sa Malaysian meet

PINANGUNAHAN ni Breanna Labadan ang matikas na kampanya ng Philippine gymnastics team sa 2nd Vitrigo International Cup nitong weekend sa Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Charity fund ng PCSO, nanganganib na maubos: COA

Pero depensa ng PCSO, patuloy na umaangat ang kanilang kita kaya imposible na maubusan sila ng pondo.

Inday intensifies into Tropical Storm

Tropical Depression Inday has intensified into a Tropical Storm as it continues to move northeastward, the PAGASA reported in its Severe Weather Bulle ...



Black Panther's sister Shuri gets own spin-off comic

In Marvel's massively successful Black Panther film, one of the major surprises was how the superhero's sister, tech genius Shuri, stole the show. Now, she is g ...


‘When Harry Met Sally’ director on film’s 30th an ...

LOS ANGELES---It's been almost 30 years since Meg Ryan's unforgettable orgasm scene in "When Harry Met Sally." So when we recently interviewed that movie's dire ...