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Thursday 18th September 2014
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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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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.
Batangas village chief shot dead
BATANGAS - A barangay captain was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in Lipa City Wednesday morning, police said.
Alternative ports named, but ...
BATANGAS and Subic ports will serve as extensions of the Port of Manila in order to ease congestion, President Benigno S.C. Aquino III has ordered, but businesses said any benefit would be “minimal.”
Aquino declares Batangas, Subic extensions of Manila port
MANILA, Philippines--President Aquino has declared the Port of Batangas and the Subic Bay Freeport as extensions of the Manila Port during times when there is port congestion and "other emergency cases."   The President has issued Executive Order No. 172 to this effect, saying there was a need to adopt measures "to immediately and effectively address the existing port congestion in the Port of ...
PNoy OKs Subic, Batangas as extensions of Manila port
President Aquino has signed Executive Order (EO) No. 172 declaring Subic Bay Freeport and the Port of Batangas as an extension of the Port of Manila in cases of port congestion and other emergency situations. The President signed the EO on September 13, 2014. “The past six months have witnessed how port congestion at the […]
Aquino assigns Manila port extensions during emergency situations
President Benigno Aquino III has signed an executive order declaring Subic and Batangas ports as extensions of the port of Manila “in case of port congestion and emergency situations.”
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Sports Headlines

Sports
Exercise is necessary for good health. Sports promotes exercise. They say the best exercise is walking but this can be boring. We have many different kinds of sports but we must first make the distinction between spectator sports and participation sports.  In this country the largest audience for spectator sports is cockfighting. It may be American football in the States and soccer or football ...
Football: UFL back in action with FA League Cup
Club football returns to the spotlight on Saturday when the United Football League’s Football Alliance League Cup kicks off. Like England’s Capital One League Cup, only full members of the league’s divisions will participate. Non-league teams like Cebu Queen City United, Blue Guards, and Bright Star will not play.
OCA president backing baseball's 2020 return
By Peter Rutherford INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - The president of the Olympic Council of Asia has thrown his support behind baseball's bid to return to the programme at the 2020 Tokyo Games. Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, who also heads the powerful Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), told Reuters in an interview that Tokyo had all the infrastructure and facilities in place to ...
Crusaders to kick off 2015 Super Rugby season
Seven-time champions Canterbury Crusaders will kick off the 2015 Super Rugby campaign against the Melbourne Rebels at home on February 13, organisers SANZAR said Thursday.
'Front Page Sports Football' to capitalize on NFL fever
Resurrected management sim "Front Page Sports Football" returns on September 25 after a 15-year absence.
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