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Taking care of older persons is the collective concern of the citizenry

The International Day of Older Persons is observed on Oct. 1 each year.

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Manila Bulletin
October 1, 2021

Promoting safe driving in the new normal

Ford Driving Skills for Life

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Manila Bulletin
October 1, 2021

ON MANNY PACQUIAO - You're the greatest – Roach

From one legend to another.

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Manila Bulletin
October 1, 2021

NAT'L BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION - PAY CUTS FOR NO VAX PLAYERS

NBA poises crackdown on those who refuse to get vaccinated

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Manila Bulletin
October 1, 2021

Duterte renews commitment to infra dev't

With only months left in his term, President Duterte reassured the public that his administration remains committed to its promise of infrastructure development aimed at making the Philippines a progressive nation.

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Manila Bulletin
October 1, 2021

Sustain Our Teachers' Enthusiasm; Enable Young Learners To Hurdle The Learning Crisis

For 10 years now, the period from Sept. 5 to Oct. 5 of every year has been observed as National Teachers Month (NTM), by virtue of President Benigno S. Aquino III’s Proclamation No. 242. The observance culminates on Oct. 5 that, by virtue of Republic Act 10743, is observed as World Teachers Day (WTD) and National Teachers Day (NTD) pursuant to a UNESCO mandate.

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Manila Bulletin
September 30, 2021

Love knows no borders

Pangasinense couple weds at checkpoint

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Manila Bulletin
September 30, 2021

The Next Election Is No Waste Of Time

An appeal to the young who can influence the outcome of the upcoming elections

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Manila Bulletin
September 29, 2021

US Olympian Biles Says She Should've Quit Earlier

Gymnastics

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Manila Bulletin
September 29, 2021

Drones And Jets: China Shows Off New Air Power

ZHUHAI, China (AFP) — China on Tuesday showed off its increasingly sophisticated airpower including surveillance drones and jets able to jam hostile electronic equipment, with an eye on disputed territories from Taiwan to the South China Sea and rivalry with the United States.

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Manila Bulletin
September 29, 2021

Irving Skips Media Day, Shares No Vaccine Status

NBA/Brooklyn nets

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Manila Bulletin
September 29, 2021

Online Scams Thrive As More People Use The Internet

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions of Filipinos to shelter at home and harness the power of the internet for work, education, entertainment, and shopping for both necessities and “retail therapy.”

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Manila Bulletin
September 29, 2021

A Platform For The Planet: Start By Banning Toxic Election Campaign Materials

Election watchers are now predicting that this upcoming campaign for national elective posts will not only be one of the most divisive in our history but may also become one of the most wasteful. In the absence of crowd-drawing rallies or mammoth miting-de-avance near election day, candidates may flood the streets, roads, alleys – even trees! – with campaign materials that are toxic to the environment.

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Manila Bulletin
September 28, 2021

Germany's Social Democrats Win Election But Uncertainty Beckons

FRANKFURT, Germany (AFP) — Germany braced for a period of political unpredictability Monday after the Social Democrats narrowly won a general election but faced a rival claim to power from outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative camp.

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Manila Bulletin
September 28, 2021

Oscar Garin, Political Patriarch Of Southern Iloilo Dies

ILOILO CITY — Mayor Oscar “Oca” Garin Sr. of Guimbal town and the considered political patriarch of southern Iloilo province died Sunday, Sept. 26 after being hospitalized for a week due to the coronavirus disease. He was 80.

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Manila Bulletin
September 28, 2021

‘The Final Pitch' Returns To CNN Philippines

The Philippines’ first and only business reality TV show, The Final Pitch, returns for a seventh season on CNN Philippines. With the theme “Virtual Edition,” the new season offers a hybrid setup where the show’s investor judges will virtually interact with the contestants as they pitch their businesses on-location at The Final Pitch studios.

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Manila Bulletin
September 28, 2021

A Template For Success In Business

Given limited resources, new entrepreneurs always think of how to recover whatever capital they have invested in the shortest time possible. This brings the franchising concept handy.

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Manila Bulletin
September 27, 2021

Harry, Meghan Join Stars In Global Concert For Climate, Vaccines

A once-ina-generation music event circled the world on Saturday, with a slew of megastars taking the stage in New York for Global Citizen Live – 24 hours of shows across the planet to raise awareness on climate change, vaccine equality and famine.

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Manila Bulletin
September 27, 2021

Magnolia Nears Semis

Lee, Sangalang put Hotshots on brink of first Final 4 in two years

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Manila Bulletin
September 27, 2021

My Year Of Drama

Streaming reviews

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Manila Bulletin
September 27, 2021

‘To Have And To Hold' Premieres On GMA Telebabad Today

They say that if you love someone, you set them free. But if they come back, can you find it in your heart to forgive and forget?

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Manila Bulletin
September 27, 2021

Sustaining the environment begins in our homes and communities

As the United Nations General Assembly opened last week, world leaders — including President Duterte — pointed to the ever-increasing risks brought on by the climate change crisis, even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.

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Manila Bulletin
September 26, 2021

The Filipino entrepreneurs' most significant role

This sounds cliché, but the most significant role of Filipino entrepreneurs, come hell or high water or COVID-19, has remained the same: Entrepreneurship is geared toward nation-building.

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Manila Bulletin
September 26, 2021

Saso trails co-leaders by 6

LPGA TOUR

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Manila Bulletin
September 26, 2021

Homegrown pizza brand steps ahead of pandemic

Food has always been top of mind when one thinks of going into business. There is always demand for food, which is why so many have tried their luck in the food business.

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Manila Bulletin
September 26, 2021

Americans seize early lead

RYDER CUP

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Manila Bulletin
September 26, 2021

The time has come to ditch the face shield outdoors

A video posted online showed a female OFW at the Qatar airport saying they were being instructed to throw away their face shields. A passenger on a Tokyo flight onboard a Japanese airline noting the non-mandatory wearing of a face shield. A Pinoy student in Beijing wondering why there’s no one wearing a face shield in a park. If there’s an accessory in this pandemic that became so “polarizing” that even health experts couldn’t decide if it is really useful or not, it is the face shield.

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Manila Bulletin
September 25, 2021

Filipino youth join Grammy winner Kirk Franklin for ‘Lean On Me'

Six youth from the Philippines have been chosen as part of a global choir to join Grammy-winning music artist Kirk Franklin who re-released his single, “Lean on Me” on Sept. 24.

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Manila Bulletin
September 25, 2021

Eagle Cement buys sister quarry firm

Eagle Cement Corp., a publicly-listed firm controlled by the family of tycoon Ramon S. Ang, is acquiring 100 percent of the capital stock of sister company Solid North Mineral Corp. (SNMC) for ₱3.57 billion.

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Manila Bulletin
September 25, 2021

Bold Bolick: NorthPort has shot vs San Miguel

PBA PH CUP QUARTERFINALS

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Manila Bulletin
September 25, 2021

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