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Friday 25th July 2014
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Population: Approx 103,422
Longitude: 120.9
Latitude: 14.47
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Sangley Point
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News Headlines

Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Quezon suspend classes July 22
MANILA - The provincial governments of Batangas, Cavite, Quezon and Laguna have suspended classes in all levels tomorrow, July 22.
Camella builds twin communities in Tanza and Trece Martires, Cavite
Cavite province sprawls at the entrance of Manila Bay, a reminder that its towns are close neighbors of Metro Manila.  For that proximity – and its reputation for its variety of seafood – Cavite has become a popular weekend gateway to people from the metro. In the middle of the seaside edge of Cavite is the city of Tanza, one of the country’s few first-class municipalities. Next to Tanza is the ...
DOTC recommends awarding of LRT Cavite extension project to MPIC, Ayala
MANILA, Philippines – The Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has recommended the awarding of the P65-billion ($1.50 billion*) LRT 1 Cavite extension project to lone bidder Light Rail Manila Consortium. The agency’s BAC met Monday, July 21, and approved the bid submitted by ...
Classes suspended Tuesday in Laguna, Batangas, Cavite, Quezon
Local governments in Laguna, Batangas, Cavite and Quezon provinces have suspended classes in all levels on Tuesday due to expected heavy rains spawned by the southwest monsoon, or habagat.
LRTA board meets today to decide on P65-B LRT1 Cavite extension award
The long overdue awarding of the P65-billion Light Rail Transit (LRT) 1 Cavite Extension Project has been delayed yet again as the LRT Authority (LRTA) Board failed to discuss the big ticket project in its meeting last Wednesday. But LRTA corporate secretary Atty. Hernando Cabrera said the LRTA Board meeting will be continued today, Friday, […]
LRTA Board OKs awarding of LRT extension to MPIC, Ayala
After several delays, the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) has approved the awarding of the P65 billion Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) Cavite extension project to the tandem of Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) and Ayala Corp.
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Sports Headlines

Malaysian club to sport airlines logo to show MH17 solidarity
REUTERS - Top tier club Kelantan Football Association will sport the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) logo on team jersey for free next season to show solidarity with the national carrier following the MH17 tragedy earlier this month. Nearly 300 people were killed when the Malaysia Airlines plane en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was brought down in eastern Ukraine, where separatists are battling ...
Football should quadruple blood testing in doping fight - Wada
Only a tiny fraction of doping controls in 2013 came in the form of blood tests and the World Anti-Doping Authority has called on football to do more
Crown will give clues on 2016 Olympic gold fight
Rivals at the LPGA International Crown see this week's global team matches as a sneak peek at the fight for gold in golf's 2016 Olympic return in Rio de Janeiro. "This is definitely the best preview we have ever had of the Olympics," world number one Stacy Lewis said. "I know we got a long ways to go before Rio, but this is certainly a really good preview to see what we're going to have in Rio ...
Interview - World Cup will inspires Rio Olympics, says IOC's Bach
By Michael Hann GLASGOW (Reuters) - Rio de Janeiro will host a successful Olympic Games in 2016 after the World Cup showed Brazil can cope with staging the biggest sporting events, International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach said on Wednesday. “I think the success of the organisation of the World Cup helped, and will help, the organisation of the Games,” Bach told Reuters in an ...
Sports minister irked by turban row
Basketball's no-headgear rule has irked the sports minister who has reacted with anger after two Sikh members of the men's national team had to remove their turbans before they were allowed to play in the recent Asia Cup in China. Players are not allowed "Headgear, hair accessories and jewellery" under the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules but the Indian duo of Amritpal Singh and ...
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