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Friday 29th August 2014
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Caloocan Facts

Population: Approx 642,670
Longitude: 120.97
Latitude: 14.63
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Ninoy Aquino Inter-National Airport
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North Luzon bus terminal in Caloocan by end-September
MANILA, Philippines – At least 376 provincial buses coming from northern Luzon will soon have only a bus terminal in Caloocan city as its end-point, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said Friday, August 29. The MMDA said it is working with the governments of Caloocan City, Malabon City, ...
MMDA readying interim North provincial bus terminal
Preparations are underway to transform a swampy one-hectare lot into an interim North provincial bus terminal in Caloocan City as end-point for at least 376 provincial buses from Northern Luzon next month, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said. MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino, Metro Manila mayors Oscar Malapitan of Caloocan City, Antolin Oreta of Malabon […]
Cop sacked from post over altered crime reports
Caloocan City police chief Senior Superintendent Bernard Tambaoan was removed from his post Wednesday night for allegedly allowing his men to "alter records of crimes in his area of jurisdiction" to reflect a lower crime rate, officials said yesterday.
What is the reason in proposing an Aquino term extension?
What was in the mind of Caloocan Rep. Edgar Erice when he proposed an Aquino reelection? The Liberal Party stalwart said Friday that he first floated the idea of amending the Constitution in order to gauge the public’s reaction about giving President Aquino another shot for second term.
Erice to VP Binay: Stop hiding behind your kids
MANILA - Caloocan Representative Edgar Erice challenged Vice President Jejomar Binay to stop "hiding behind his children" and attend the Senate hearing on the allegedly overpriced Makati City Hall Building 2.
Two suspects in theft of P640,000 worth of rubber sandals nabbed
Two suspects accused of stealing some P640,000 worth of rubber sandals from a businessman in Binondo were arrested by police last Wednesday. Police identified the suspects as Jerome de Mesa of Caloocan City and Jose Daplas of Tondo, Manila. The two suspects were arrested following a complaint lodged by Teodoro Kalaw, businessman in Binondo, Manila. Kalaw sought police assistance from the Follow ...
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Sports Headlines

Welsh Rugby Union agrees £60m 'peace deal' with regions
Welsh rugby's bitter civil war appeared to be at an end on Thursday after it was announced that a six-year £60 million ($100 million, 75 million euros) agreement had been struck between the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the country's four professional regional teams. The regions and the WRU have been locked in a dispute over the funding and structure of the professional game in Wales for more than ...
RFU-Premiership World Cup talks 'encourage' IRB chief
International Rugby Board chief executive Brett Gosper said Thursday he was optimistic a deal between England's Rugby Football Union and the country's Premiership clubs would be agreed ahead of next year's World Cup. England, the birthplace of rugby union, will stage the eighth edition of the World Cup in September and October 2015. With the preceding English season due to end in May, the ...
USC football player admits making up rescue story
University of Southern California football player Josh Shaw admitted on Wednesday that he fabricated a widely publicized story that he hurt himself while rescuing his young nephew from a swimming pool. I apologize to USC for this action on my part," Shaw said in a statement issued by his attorney, Donald Etra. Etra said the 22-year-old senior defensive back and captain of the Trojan football ...
Praise for retiring injured rugby union Wallaby McCabe
Australian rugby Thursday paid tribute to Wallaby Pat McCabe who has announced his retirement after fracturing his neck for a third time. McCabe, 26, suffered a third break to his C1 vertebrae while playing for the Wallabies in their 51-20 Bledisloe Cup loss to the All Blacks in Auckland last weekend. The Australian Rugby Union and his ACT Brumbies club said Thursday they will assist McCabe in ...
Youth Olympics close with spectacular ceremony
(Reuters) - The second Youth Olympics concluded in Nanjing on Thursday after a spectacular closing ceremony and a glowing endorsement from the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Around 2,000 performers were involved in the ceremony, which was attended by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and the IOC president Thomas Bach. "You have given us a glimpse of your bright future and the bright future of ...
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