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Thursday 23rd 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

Find a home in the port city
Batangas City is easy to be called “home” by even those who have only stayed there for a few days.  An air of “everybody is welcome here” hangs around the city, perhaps sprinkled by the fact that it is the “Industrial Port City of Calabarzon.”  Housing a modern port must have given residents a larger dose of Filipino hospitality that strangers feel welcome to walk around like locals.  For those ...
Trillanes returns to controversial Batangas farm after arrival of ‘owner’
ROSARIO, Batangas — Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday decided to return to the 350-hectare property believed owned by Vice President Jejomar Binay in Rosario, Batangas, after businessman Antonio Tiu, who claimed to be the owner of the farm, arrived there.
Trillanes leads ocular inspection of Batangas property
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV brought the media on Thursday to an on-site inspection of the controversial property in Batangas, which is being linked to Vice President Jejomar Binay.
Landowner: Binay bought my property in 2004
MANILA - One of eight landowners of a Batangas estate allegedly owned by Vice-President Jejomar Binay claimed she sold her land to Binay in 2004 for P1.3 million while the latter was still mayor of Makati.
Trillanes barred from entering alleged Binay property in Batangas
ROSARIO, Batangas — The guards at the 350-hectare property here allegedly owned by Vice President Jejomar Binay on Thursday barred Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV from entering its premises.
Antonio Tiu paid P11M downpayment for Batangas property
Chinese-Filipino businessman Antonio Tiu told a Senate hearing on Wednesday that he paid an P11-million downpayment to buy the controversial property in Batangas province, which is being linked to Vice President Jejomar Binay.
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Sports Headlines

Would football be richer without small clubs?
FREIBURG, Germany (AP) — From a corner office of Freiburg's homely stadium, club chairman Fritz Keller gazes over one of the loveliest views in football. Autumn's reds, browns and golds streak the surrounding Black Forest. Buzzards wheel in the air above.
Football: Ferguson backs 'formidable' Van Gaal to revive United
Alex Ferguson has said the "formidable" Louis van Gaal is the right man to return Manchester United to winning ways once again.
Tony Gonzalez enjoys talking football, too
DENVER (AP) — Tony Gonzalez is having as much fun talking football as he did playing it.
Olympic leaders to finalize Bach's reform package
LONDON (AP) — IOC leaders gather in the Swiss lakeside town of Montreux this week to put the finishing touches on a package of reforms, including changes to the bidding process and sports program and creation of an Olympic television channel.
NFL, others file lawsuit to block New Jersey sports betting
By Steve Ginsburg (Reuters) - The National Football League and other sports leagues filed a lawsuit on Monday in an attempt to block New Jersey from offering legalized wagering on sporting events. In calling for the injunction, the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball and the NCAA are seeking to block enforcement of a law that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed on Friday, which partially ...
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