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WALANG itulak kabigin ang Usaping Bayan kay Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte at Senador Antonio Trillanes IV dahil parehong may hibo ng pagiging mapusok at diktador ang dalawang ito. Hindi lihim sa bayan ang paghanga ni Duterte sa nasirang diktador na si Ferdinand Marcos kaya mababakas sa kanyang mga gawain o pamamalakad ang malakas na tendensiya na balewalain ang Saligang Batas at […]

by Nelson Flores, LL.B., MSCK· · 0 comments · Opinions
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Cellphone repair technicians are exposed to health hazards due to lead solder wires – EcoWaste Coalition

AN ENVIRONMENT and public health watchdog called on the Philippine government inculcate health consciousness among cellular phone repair technicians after noting their use of lead as a soldering material. In a recent statement, the EcoWaste Coalition pressed the Department of Labor and Employment through the Occupational Safety and Health Center to conduct training programs in collaboration with shopping mall management […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Environment, Health, News
DILG pinaghahanda ang mga lokal na pamahalaan para sa papalapit na Super Typhoon

DILG pinaghahanda ang mga lokal na pamahalaan para sa papalapit na Super Typhoon

Ni Santiago Celario INATASAN nitong Martes ni Interior and Local Government Officer-in-Charge Eduardo Año ang lahat ng mga lokal na pinuno sa mga lugar na direktang maapektuhan ng papalapit na bagyo na maghanda na upang hanggat maari ay magkaroon ng “zero casualty.” “Dapat lagi tayong handa. Dito ay dapat na ipakita ninyo ang inyong liderato,” hamon ni Año sa mga […]

by Santiago Celario· · 0 comments · Environment, Events, News
Luke Who’s Talking #108*

Luke Who’s Talking #108*

“Kasunod ng pagtaas ng presyo ng mga bilihin, boses ng mga misis, tumataas na rin…”                   *The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines. BD Admin: You think your friends gonna like this piece? If you do, kindly share it. Thanks.

by Luke Coloco· · 0 comments · Grains of Salt
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NAIA new rapid exit taxiways launched

By Benjamin Lim Vergara EXECUTIVE Secretary Salvador Medialdea and Department of Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade on Monday led the inauguration and commissioning of the two new Rapid Exit Taxiways at Runway 06/24 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport which cost PhP309 million to build. According to Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) general manager Ed Monreal, the main purpose of the rapid […]

by Benjie Vergara· · 0 comments · News
An LA County sheriff shows the tracking device that will be installed on county helicopters to track missing persons under the project “LA Found.” Looking on are LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn (5th from the left on the background) and LA County Sheriff Jim McDonnell. Photo by Abner Galino

LA County helps families keep sight of loved ones with autism, dementia

By Abner Galino THE County of Los Angeles last week launched a countywide program dubbed as “L.A. Found,” which was aimed at quickly finding persons with autism, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease whenever they wander and go missing. The Wednesday launching of the project was led by Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn, Sheriff Jim McDonnell, and Cynthia Banks, director of […]

by Abner Galino· · 0 comments · Diaspora, Health, News


GINULAT ni Presidente Rodrigo Duterte ang sambayanan kamakailan sa pag-iisyu ng Proclamation 572 na nagdeklarang wala umanong bisa ang amnesty na ibinigay ni dating President Noynoy Aquino at ng kanyang Kongreso sa pinakamasugid niyang kritikong si Senador Antonio Trillanes IV. Nakabibigla rin ang pahayag ng Department of Justice (DOJ) na hindi na kakailanganin ni Duterte ang pagsang-ayon ng Kongreso sa […]

by Robert Roque Jr.· · 0 comments · Opinions
Hiligaynon Community set to induct their new officers

Hiligaynon Community set to induct their new officers

By Daniella Flanagan Houston, Tx – Don’t sleep on the Dallas Filipino community. Major things are happening in Dallas from the introduction to #FILCON, to the global efforts of #Roscon Foundation, and more. Did you know that Roscon proudly assisted the Hiligaynon Community America Texas in forming their non-profit organization!? The #BERMonths – Time to Celebrate Remember its the #BERmonths, […]

A Quezon City Police Department officer collects his reusable PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottle from Committee on Parks and Environment Chairman and Councilor Elizabeth Delarmente and Environmental Protection and Waste Management Department (EPWMD) chief Frederika Rentoy after turning over spent single-use water plastic bottles. Quezon City launched its “palit-bote” program August 31 at the QC Hall Materials Recovery Facility. Every Friday, EPWMD will trade reusable water bottles for every kilo of used PET bottles at the facility.

“Palit Bote” program launched in QC

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Integrated Bar of the Philippines Board of Governors Statement on Presidential Proclamation No. 572, Series of 2018

THE Integrated Bar of the Philippines, as the sentinel of the Rule of Law, leads the call for sobriety and respect for our constitutional institutions following the issuance of Proclamation No. 572, Series of 2018. The said executive issuance treats as “void ab initio” the Philippine Government’s previous grant of amnesty to Senator Antonio Trillanes IV pursuant to Proclamation 75, […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · News
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DOJ nanindigan na legal ang aksyon ng pamahalaan laban kay Sen. Trillanes

Ni Santiago Celario NANINDIGAN nitong Biyernes si Department of Justice Secretary Menard I. Guevarra na legal ang pagbawi ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa amnesty na ibinigay ng pamahalaan kay Senador Antonio Trillanes IV. Ipinaliwanag ni Guevarra na dahil walang inamin si Trillanes na kasalanan, bilang isa sa kondisyon na kailangan para sa pagbibigay ng amnesty, ay walang saysay ang amnesty […]

by Santiago Celario· · 0 comments · News
Members of Samahang Magdalo and allies demonstrate in front of Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles on Friday in support of embattled Senator Antonio Trillanes. Photo by Ren Arrieta

Fil-Ams decry harassment of Senator Trillanes

By Abner Galino HUMAN rights advocates and other Filipino American cause-oriented groups in Los Angeles have denounced the alleged political harassment of Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes IV for being a staunch critic of President Rodrigo Duterte. Arturo Garcia of the Filipino American Human Rights Alliance (FAHRA) in Los Angeles said their group is standing by with the members of Tindig […]

by Abner Galino· · 0 comments · Diaspora, Events, News
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PAL enhances service offerings

By Benjie Lim Vergara FOUR-star national carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has enhanced service offerings to bring comfort and convenience to senior citizens. According to PAL spokesperson Cielo Villaluna, PAL will unveil a package of products and services, some existing and some new, geared towards ensuring that its senior citizen passengers will have a comfortable and stress-free travel experience. Moreover, Villaluna […]

by Benjie Vergara· · 0 comments · Business, News
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“WELL-balanced teachers lead to well-balanced students” — CNMI Superior Court Associate judge

By Lori Lyn Lirio “WELL-balanced teachers lead to well-balanced students.” Thus said Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands Superior Court Associate Judge Teresa Kim Tenorio during the recent CNMI Public School System’s kickoff rally for the school year 2018-19 at the Marianas High School Gym. “Practice self care. I can’t stress enough the importance of it, especially as educators,” Tenorio, as […]

by Lori Lyn Lirio· · 0 comments · News
The Chrysalis

The Chrysalis

EVER wondered what makes a woman “Perfect”? Through the magical lenses of the “Magnificent 7” you can now see and experience the “Perfect Woman” up close in the Chrysalis photo exhibit. Featuring the work of the country’s most notable photographers and marvelous costume pieces by Eric Pineda, the Chrysalis is a convergence among 7 prominent names in photography: Jun De […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Entertainment, Events
‘A Tax on US Consumers’: Trump Tariffs to Push Apple Product Prices Up

‘A Tax on US Consumers’: Trump Tariffs to Push Apple Product Prices Up

By Sputnik News AMERICAN multinational technology company Apple Inc. recently claimed that the Trump administration’s proposed US tariffs on US$200 billion worth of goods imported on China will increase the prices on some of its products, including the Apple Watch and its AirPods. In early August, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said that US President Donald Trump had asked him […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Business, News
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‘Who started it? America!’ Duterte blames Philippine inflation on ‘friend Trump’ & his trade wars

By RT THE spillover effect of the US trade conflicts with China and the rest of the world has impacted the price of goods in the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte said, vowing to talk to his “friend Trump” and take inflation under control. The Philippines’ inflation rate hit a nine-year high of 6.4 percent last month, just as the US and […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · News
TIYANG TOTANG (Maliit na Anggulo ng Buhay Pilipino)

TIYANG TOTANG (Maliit na Anggulo ng Buhay Pilipino)

By Kleo Hernandez Kannangara SIYA ang aking si Tiyang Rosa, pinsan ng aking nanay; malas mo na lang kung bago ka sa komunidad (o sa iba pang malapit na barangay) at walang nakapagbigay alam sa ‘yo kung sino siya. Kilalang-kilala siya, hindi dahil famous ika nga, kundi “notorious”. Libot nya ang buong siyudad ng Pasay dahil kubrador siya ng huweteng […]

by Kleo Hernandez-Kannangara· · 0 comments · Feature Story
Environmental activists display placards during a demonstration in front of the United Nations building, where experts from across the planet locked in key talks aimed at breathing life into the Paris Agreement on climate change, in Bangkok on September 8, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

US accused of ‘poisoning’ UN climate talks amid global protests

By Press TV The United States has been “poisoning” UN-sponsored climate talks in Bangkok, Thailand, while environmental activists stage protests across the globe. The 6-day talks between world nations aims to determine how to finance the fight against global warming. The issue of how funds are made available to developing nations has emerged as a key sticking point at the talks, which have made little headway […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Environment, News
God is always present even if he has not yet been revealed

God is always present even if he has not yet been revealed

By Rev. Isaias Ginson** ALL the readings for this Sunday seem to point toward mercy and justice, reminding us that in our interactions with others, especially with strangers, we find it difficult to trust. We are all God’s children, rich or poor, insider or outsider, pure or impure, just or unjust therefore we are invited to be gracious and recognize […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Word from the East
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Traffic Advisory 090818

Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Traffic Advisory 090818

DPWH to Conduct Weekend Road Reblocking THE Department of Public Works and Highways will undertake road reblocking and repairs starting 11 p.m. tonight (Sept. 7) until September 10, at the following areas: SOUTHBOUND: 1. C-5 Road before Tiendesitas approach of C-5 Ortigas Flyover 2. C-5 Road (Gap 3) Chainage 52 – Chainage 420 (1st lane) 3. EDSA infront of Francesca Tower […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Events, News
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End to Fossil Fuels: ‘Rise for Climate’ Rally Starts in Paris

By Sputnik News THE Paris demonstration is one of the rallies taking place around the world with the aim to draw the public’s attention to climate change and new energy sources. The protesters claim that they are for actionable commitments to a fast and fair transition to a fossil-free world, as well as for providing renewable energy to end the era of environmental pollutants. The rally, which demands […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Environment, Events
An open letter to the Filipino nation

An open letter to the Filipino nation

Rise for climate, justice and integrity of creation march  Official statement: 8th of  September, 2018 QUEZON CITY – We, Filipinos committed to the tenets of climate justice, the preservation of the integrity of creation, and the protection of the inalienable human right to a healthful and balanced ecology and civil and political liberties, call on leaders of the public and […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Environment, Events, Health, News
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Philippine National Police Gallantry Awardees honored

THE National Police Commission on Friday has honored 11 Gallantry Awardees of the Philippine National Police during its 52nd Founding Anniversary. Led by the Guest of Honor and Speaker, Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra, NAPOLCOM officials presented the awards to eight courageous (8) cops who defended their station against an attack by the communist-led New People’s Army in a police station […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Events, News
Boy Scouts to benefit from one peso adjustment in cinema admission fees in QC

Boy Scouts to benefit from one peso adjustment in cinema admission fees in QC

By Nelson Flores, Ll.B., MSCK A PROPOSED ordinance supporting the local council of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines was recently signed into law by Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista. QC Councilor Elizabeth Delarmente’s Ordinance No. 2725-2018, which mandates a one peso increase in the admission prices in all QC cinemas for the month of October, aims to support the […]