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Saturday 25th October 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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Current Weather in Batangas
Batangas estate still listed under ex-owners' names
Danny Alday bought a 10.5928-hectare land in Barangay Bayawang, Rosario, Batangas from his uncle, Benito Alday, around 1993 or 1994.
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.
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.
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.
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 on controversial Batangas farm: Lavish, excessive, obscene
Lavish, excessive, obscene. This was how Senator Antonio Trillanes IV described the controversial property in Rosario, Batangas allegedly owned by Vice President Jejomar Binay.
Senators: Tiu doesn't own estate in Batangas
MANILA - Businessman Antonio Tiu on Wednesday appeared before the Senate blue ribbon sub-committee to deny accusations that he is just being used as a dummy by Vice President Jejomar Binay for a 145-hectare estate in Rosario, Batangas.
Businessman gives Trillanes tour of Batangas estate
There were no handshakes when “good friends” met at the Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park in Batangas yesterday. Despite a snag that initially prevented Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV from conducting an ocular inspection of the so-called Hacienda Binay in Rosario town, the lawmaker and members of media were able to enter the 150-hectare estate. After the tour, Triallanes said he still believed that Vice ...

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