Tarlac, Philippines Newswire

Tarlac, Philippines Newswire

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  1. The Future is in the NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin

    Located 67 kilometers away from Metro Manila and an hour long ride via NLEX is Pampanga-a town full of history, food, and precious experiences. It is a town full of magic, wherein whenever one visits, they're sure to leave with a priceless smile and a heart full of memories.


  2. La Trinidad dumpsite closed due to hazardous effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sun-Star

    THE La Trinidad mayor last Thursday, June 15, ordered the closure of dumpsite in Sittio Lamtang, Barangay Puguis due to the hazardous effects it posed to the people in the area. Mayor Romeo Salda wrote a letter addressed to Mark Anthony Camillo, manager of M.A. Camillo Freight Services, stating the immediate cessation and transfer of its operation in the dumpsite.


  3. Bataan, Tarlac police Central Luzon's finestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Manila Bulletin

    The Police Provincial Offices of Bataan under Sr. Supt. Benjamin Silo, Jr. and Tarlac under Sr. Supt.


  4. June 15 is special non-working holiday in Angeles CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2015 | Sun-Star

    THERE will be no classes on Thursday, June 15, in Angeles City only as the Malacanang declared that day as special non-working holiday in commemoration of the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991. "By the President of The Philippines Proclamation No.


  5. World Bank okays $99.3m loan for PhilippinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 11 | The Nation

    THE World Bank has approved a $99.3-million loan to partly finance a project in the Philippines aimed at improving farmers' competitiveness and market access. In a statement on Saturday, the Washington-based multilateral lender said its board of executive directors on June 9 approved financing for the Philippines' $231-million Inclusive Partnerships for Agricultural Competitiveness Project.


  6. SM sends indigent Kapampangan students to schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 10 | Sun-Star

    As part of its strong commitment to give back to its host communities, the SM Group of Companies continues to create avenues for quality education for underprivileged yet worthy Kapampangan students through its SM College Scholarship Program. Through its socio-civic arm SM Foundation Inc. , SM Supermalls aims to help realize thousands of dreams for a better future through education by designating a significant amount of its social investments in education by building public school buildings and providing scholarships for college and technical-vocational education.


  7. Some Vanda SpeciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 10 | Manila Bulletin

    Some of the most horticulturally important orchids world-wide, are members of the genus Vanda. Fortunately, the Philippines is blessed with a number of very attractive species; some of which will be the subject of today's article.


  8. Limlingan: Caugiran's call for ClarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 9 | Sun-Star

    CLARK International Airport Corporation president Alexander Cauguiran is doing the right thing in promoting Clark International Airport to airline travelers as the best and most practical airport to use for Central Luzon residents. Clark has the facilities and is now on the brink of being developed further and utilized more by airline travelers.


  9. Senator sees need to uplift healthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 8 | Sun-Star

    SENATOR Joseph Victor "JV" Ejercito said there should be an intensified aid to the development of the Rural Healthcare System, after visiting and consulting with the heads of the Baguio General Hospital-Medical Center, the lone government-run tertiary hospital in the city. Ejercito, the chairperson of the Senate's Committee on Health and Urban Planning, met Dr. Ricardo Runez Jr., the medical center chief, who explained the plight and developmental concerns regarding the 115 year-old facility, with a 500 bed capacity serving the regions patients and referrals from neighboring regions.


  10. DepEd-Central Luzon welcomes 49 displaced Marawi learnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Sun-Star

    A total of 49 learners who were displaced from Marawi City have been recorded as new enrollees in various public schools in Central Luzon as of June 5, the first day of classes for the School Year 2017-2018. Based on initial data reports from the 20 schools division offices in Central Luzon, 18 students from Marawi City have enrolled in Angeles City; nine in Zambales, eight in Tarlac province, four in Meycauayan City in Bulacan, four in Gapan City in Nueva Ecija, four in Olongapo City, and two in Aurora.


  11. Ejercito visits Baguio hospital, sees need to intensify rural healthcare dev'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 4 | Manila Bulletin

    Senator Joseph Victor "JV" Ejercito, making the rounds of government hospitals in the country, recognized the need to increase funding for the development of the Rural Healthcare System following his visit to the Baguio General Hospital-Medical Center, here, over the weekend. Ejercito, who chairs the Senate Committee on Health and Urban Planning, met Dr. Ricardo RuA ez Jr., chief of the lone state-run tertiary hospital in this Summer Capital, and discussed with him the plight of the indigent and indigenous peoples who seek medical treatment at the BGH-MC.


  12. Antipole os bid our senators: - Tayo na!'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 3 | Manila Bulletin

    The secret is out: Antipolo City has officially presented its offer to host the permanent site of the Philippine Senate. At a meeting with the Senate Committee on Accounts chaired by Senator Ping Lacson, we conveyed to them this invitation from the people of our city.


  13. 1 to 2 more tropical cyclones expected to hit PH in JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 3 | Manila Bulletin

    The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said tropical cyclones originating from eastern Pacific Ocean tend to move and curve northeast but these cyclones pull the southwest monsoon or hanging habagat inland enhancing its effects. This Sunday, PAGASA expects cloudy skies with light to moderate rain showers and thunderstorms over Palawan due to the habagat, while partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers or thunderstorms will prevail over Metro Manila and the rest of the country.


  14. Amposta robbery-drug group leader nabbedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 2 | Manila Bulletin

    Posadas, the Tarlac police provincial director, said Amposta was apprehended based on a warrant of arrest issued by an Angeles City court for robbery with violence and intimidation against person. Amposta went into hiding since the warrant for his arrest was issued by Judge Eda Dizon-Herna of the Angeles City Regional Trial Court Branch 80 on Sept.


  15. Sangil: Ang Mindanao noong aking kabataanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 26 | Sun-Star

    Tampok sa mga balita sa lahat halos ng peryodiko at komentaryo ngayon ang Mindanao. Nag- deklara kasi ang Pangulong Duterte ng batas militar dahil sa kaguluhan doon at paglitaw ng maraming armadong grupo.


  16. Thursday's quake won't affect West Valley faultRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 26 | Manila Bulletin

    The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said yesterday that the 5.4- magnitude earthquake that rocked Luzon late Thursday will not cause the movement of the West Valley Fault. Phivolcs Science Researcher Pom Simborio said there should be no cause for fear since the tremor's source was the Manila Trench.


  17. Modern slavery is still a problem in the world's richest nationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Slavery has been illegal in every country since the last country to do so, Mauritania, criminalised the practice in 2007. But while slavery is illegal, it has not disappeared.


  18. Magnitude 5.4 quake hits Zambales, parts of Metro ManilaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Sun-Star

    The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology downgraded the quake that struck off Zambales on Thursday evening, May 25, to magnitude 5.4 from magnitude 5.5. The Phivolcs said the quake hit at 10:27 p.m. about 19 kilometers northwest of San Marcelino town, with a depth of 88 kilometers.


  19. Luzon News RoundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Manila Bulletin

    For the fourth time, the province of Bulacan has been recognized as one of the seven top rice-producing provinces in the recently concluded Rice Achievers Award. Gov. Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado, Vice-Gov. Daniel R. Fernando and Provincial Agriculturist Ma.


  20. Father, son emerge victorious in slalom raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 24 | Sun-Star

    CABANATUAN. Inigo Anton raises his arms after recording the fastest time for the novice category with 43.62 while his father Carlos bagged the front wheel drive best time of the day at 42.42 seconds during the 3rd round of the 2016 Phoenix National Slalom Series in Cabanatuan City.