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Wednesday 30th July 2014
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Batangas Facts

Population: Approx 190,627
Longitude: 121.02
Latitude: 13.78
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Calapan
(about 27 miles away)

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News Headlines

More shipping lines are now using Batangas Port – PPA
More shipping lines are now using the international terminal of Batangas Port as a result of the aggressive marketing campaign undertaken by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) as well as the private cargo handling operator of Batangas Port Asian Terminals, Inc.- Batangas, the Bureau of Customs, the Philippine Economic Zone Authority including the different business groups led by the locators ...
PPA set to offer steep discounts on port charges at Batangas terminal
The government is offering incentives and port charge discounts to international shipping lines and locators in the Calabarzon Region to encourage them to use Batangas Container Port (BCT) instead of calling to the congested Ports of Manila. According to Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) General Manager Juan C. Sta. Ana, the Office of the President will soon issue a 90 percent discount on port ...
CAFGU member shot dead in Batangas
BATANGAS - A 44-year-old member of the Citizen Armed Forces Geographical Unit (CAFGU) was found dead inside his barracks in San Juan town after unidentified suspects shot him Monday evening, police said.
3 killed, 1 hurt in Batangas ambush
Three people were killed and while one was wounded in an ambush in the city of Tanauan in Batangas on Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Man electrocuted by live wire while urinating
BATANGAS - Two people died after being electrocuted in separate incidents in Batangas over the weekend, police said.
Batangas port volumes up 254 pct in H1
MANILA, Philippines – Container volume at the Batangas Container Terminal (BCT) grew by as much as 254 percent as of the second quarter of 2014, sustaining its momentum from a strong first quarter.
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Sports Headlines

Aboitiz Football Cup searches for new home
WITH the closure of the Aboitiz Sports Field, the biggest football tournament in Cebu, the Aboitiz Football Cup, is left without a home. The Aboitiz Football Field will be developed into a mixed-used district.
Football star Tevez's father freed after kidnapping in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES - The father of Argentine football star Carlos Tevez was kidnapped early Tuesday, July 29 before being released hours later, a lawyer for the family said. Segundo Tevez "is free, he is in good condition and has reunited with his family," lawyer Gustavo Galasso told television channel C5N. There ...
Fifa requests investigation into Tavecchio racism row
Football's governing body demands an enquiry into reports that the 71-year-old claimed that African players had merely been "eating bananas" before being signed by Serie A sides
Jones' HOF induction adds to Seattle's big year
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — As Walter Jones started going through names to give his induction speech at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he constantly came back to his son Walterius.
Macho sport looks to feminine side in women's World Cup
By Andrew Callus PARIS (Reuters) - It is seen as the ultimate macho sport, but for the 12 captains in Paris on Tuesday at the official launch of the women's World Cup there is much more to rugby than a chance to break a few gender stereotypes. There are so many aspects to it," said Kelly Russell, captain of Canada. There aren't many sports where you find all that," Russell told Reuters at launch ...
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