IN A sort of "open-close-open" hand exercise, President Noynoy Aquino had been titillating the nation on the question of whether he should seek a second term.
He said he'd run again in 2016; then he said he wouldn't. Amending the Constitution was an option; breaths later, it wasn't. He must have a successor who'd continue his reforms, at the same time saying he hoped it wouldn't be himself.
Last Tuesday, Oct. 28, in a meeting with members of the electronics industry, he made "the most categorical" answer yet.
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THE SM Seaside City still has a year to go before it is opened to the public, but the developers hope to give Cebuanos a slice of what’s in store for them by opening up a landmark for the public to enjoy.
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A YEAR after Typhoon Yolanda caused widespread damage in Daanbantayan, the town is looking forward to more investment, livelihood and employment opportunities.
Daanbantayan Mayor Augusto D. Corro said in an interview on Monday that two power companies, a commercial and retail player and a hotel operator are in talks with the local government to operate in the area.
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A BLOG said: “For those brave enough to experience the monsoon storms that Batanes is famous for, then come July through October.”
There is no way I can be considered brave, especially when it comes to going against the weather. But as soon as I booked this trip, I knew I’d go against all odds to make it happen. So I went to Batanes last July, bringing a dose of sunshine in my pocket.
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INCOMING Zonta Club of Cebu 2 president Marietta “Mayet” Malinao chose the sweeping, twinkling nightscape of Cebu at The Pavilions of Monterrazas located on the undulating Guadalupe Hills, for her induction rites.
The multi-awarded Zonta Club of Cebu 2 was installing a new president and officers for the Biennium 2014 to 2016, after the unprecedented term of immediate past president (IPP) Myrna Cruz Tan.
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