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Cavite Gov. Remulla, ex Binay spokesman, joins Duterte camp

The powerful Remulla clan of the province of Cavite has junked its longtime ally and political patron Vice President Jejomar Binay in favor of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. The defection comes just ten days before the May 9 national and local elections. Sarah Duterte

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British magazine ‘The Economist’ endorses Roxas for president

The editorial board of The Economist, an international magazine based in the United Kingdom, has endorsed administration standard bearer Mar Roxas for president with only ten days to go before the national and local elections on May 9. Often regarded as the world’s leading economics-focused

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DepEd releases calendar for school year 2016-2017

School opening set for June 13, 2016 The Department of Education (DepEd) has announced that academic year 2016-2017 for elementary and high schools throughout the country will begin on June 13, 2016 and end on April 7, 2017. This was outlined in DepEd Secretary Armin

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JOSE ABAD SANTOS DAY – May 7 2016 declared a holiday in Pampanga

The Philippines will mark the 74th death anniversary of Jose Abad Santos, former Supreme Court Chief Justice and World War II hero, this coming May 7, Saturday. It is a special non-working day in Pampanga as well as Angeles City by virtue of Republic Act (RA)

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All eyes on Duterte as presidential bets meet for final debate

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte will be the center of attention as the five presidential candidates meet for their third and final debate this Sunday evening. The debate is organized by the Commission on Elections in partnership with broadcast network ABS-CBN and the newspaper Manila

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COME-LEAK HACKER | Who is Paul Biteng?

The nation largely responded with a shrug when the attack on the website of the Commission on Elections was first reported late last month. It didn’t help that the poll body initially downplayed the significance of the incident, with COMELEC spokesperson James Jimenez insisting that “no