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Thursday 2nd October 2014
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Batangas Facts


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

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News Headlines

Flavors of Batangas
Batangas is known for its beaches and leisure destinations, but like any other province in the country, it is rich with culture and heritage, especially with its food. Bulalo and lomi are just some of the common dishes associated with the province south of Manila. But who can forget sinaing na tulingan, tuna fish wrapped in banana leaves boiled in water with tamarind or kamias and cooked […]
Top 8 Beach Destinations in Batangas
The Southern Tagalog Region, specifically in the province of Batangas, will not become a famous tourist destination without its fair share of many beautiful beaches. Showcasing natural landscapes common in the tropic, beach resorts in Batangas are some of the places that tourists will surely love and have a good time with. Acuatico Beach Resort in Laiya […] (Visited 549 times, 138 visits today ...
Batangas village chief hurt in ambush
MANILA – A village chief in Lemery, Batangas is in critical condition after he was shot by riding-in-tandem gunmen, police said Wednesday.
Body found inside a box in Batangas
BATANGAS -- A dead body was found inside a box thrown into a ditch by residents in Barangay Mojon-Tampoy, San Jose, Batangas Saturday night.
Subic, Batangas to lower port fees starting Oct. 1
Port fees in Subic Freeport and Batangas will be lowered starting October 1 as part of efforts to establish these ports as alternative ports for Manila, which still remain heavily congested. Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) will charge lower fees starting October 1 as part of its thrust to establish Subic Freeport as the alternative port for Manila. According to SBMA Chairman Roberto ...
Subic, Batangas named extensions of Manila port
President Aquino has signed Executive Order 172 declaring the ports of Subic and Batangas as extensions of the Port of Manila during congestion and other emergency situations, such as strikes, lockouts and natural calamities, a Palace official said yesterday.
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Sports Headlines

Spain's football clubs cut their tax debt by 200 mn euros
Spain's professional football clubs have slashed their debt to the country's tax office by around 200 million euros ($250 million) since Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy took office in December 2011, Budget Minister Cristobal Montoro said Wednesday.
FCC votes to do away with sports TV blackout rule
By Alina Selyukh WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to eliminate a decades-old rule that has prohibited pay-TV providers from airing some home sports games, such as NFL football, if tickets to those games did not sell out. In a bipartisan 5-0 vote, the FCC did away with a 1975 sports blackout rule that has been backed by the broadcasters and ...
Football legend Joe Montana visits kids in SF neighborhood
After a series of violent incidents prompted a peace march by residents of the South of the Market Area (SoMA), the kids in the neighborhood got a morale booster with a rare visit from football legend Joe Montana.
England underline confidence in coach with 2020 contract
By Ossian Shine LONDON (Reuters) - The Rugby Football Union (RFU) underlined its confidence in Stuart Lancaster on Wednesday by awarding England's head coach a new contract 2020. Lancaster's coaching team -- forwards coach Graham Rowntree, backs coach Andy Farrell and attacking skills Coach Mike Catt -- have also been contracted to the end of the 2019-20 season. "We are lucky to have a talented ...
Rugby World Cup: next ticketing phase to open in November
The first phase of ticket requests for the Rugby World Cup ended on September 29, and the results of the lottery will be announced in October, according to the tournament's British organizers. A new phase will open in November, giving unlucky fans another shot at securing tickets.
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