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Friday 19th September 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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Two cops in Caloocan City abduction presented for inquest
Two Bulacan policemen linked to a kidnapping incident in Caloocan City last Monday covered their faces as they were brought to the Caloocan Hall of Justice Friday afternoon to undergo inquest proceedings.
COA hits Caloocan gov’t for hiring of consultants, contractual workers
Instead of trimming the bureaucracy as recommended by the Commission on Audit, the current Caloocan City leadership has continued to hire contractual employees and consultants. The COA said Caloocan City Mayor Oscar Malapitan and the city council hired over 3,200 “job order” and contractual employees in 2013, twice the number of permanent City Hall employees. There were 1,540 permanent employees ...
Mga skilled worker, prayoridad sa Caloocan mega job fair
PINAYUHAN NI Caloocan City Mayor Oscar Malapitan ang mga residente na sumali sa magkasunod na Mega Job Fair, na inorganisa ng Labor and Industrial Relations Office (LIRO), kung saan mga skilled worker ng lungsod ang … Read More The post Mga skilled worker, prayoridad sa Caloocan mega job fair appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi .
Palace blames Caloocan gov’t for huge NLEX traffic jam
The Caloocan City government's decision to close some roads and reroute trucks caused the monstrous traffic congestion on the southbound lane of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) on Friday, a Malacañang official has said.
4,000 jobs await in Caloocan job fairs
Around 4,000 local and foreign jobs are awaiting interested job-seekers at two mega job fairs which will be held at Caloocan City Hall today and Sept.18. Over 100 employers, including representatives from manufacturing, health care, direct companies, and recruitment agencies, will be participating in the job fairs in hopes of connecting with skilled workers in the city. The two job fairs are ...
Belmonte: No time for political 'Cha-cha'
The Liberal Party's Caloocan Rep. Edgar Erice on Thursday indicated that he has not abandoned his plans to pursue amendments on the political provisions of the Constitution and allow President Aquino to seek a second term.
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Sports Headlines

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.
Reuters Sports Schedule at 0001 GMT on Friday, Sept 19
Reuters sports schedule at 0001 GMT on Friday: - - - - TENNIS Rumours swirl of Li Na to retire Li Na, Asia's first grand slam singles champion is set to announce her retirement due to injuries, according to Chinese media reports (TENNIS-LI/, expect by 0100 GMT/9 PM ET, 300 words) - - - - NFL Winless Buccaneers visit Falcons The Tamp Bay Buccaneers, who dropped their first eight games last season ...
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.
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