Lucena City News

Thursday 24th April 2014
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Lucena City Facts

Population: Approx 161,049
Longitude: 121.6
Latitude: 13.95
Street Map: Click Here
Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Alabat
(about 29 miles away)

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News Headlines

MB supports reading event in Lucena City
Lucena City, Quezon — Some 50 elementary pupils participated in the reading project dubbed “Makinig Kayo, May Kuwento si Ma’am, May Kuwento si Sir” launched yesterday by the Reading Association of the Philippines (RAP)-Lucena Chapter at SM City, here. Dr. Amelita Balagtas, former elementary principal and founder of RAP-Lucena, said the project aims to inculcate in children the importance and ...
DPWH, PNP ensure road travel safety
Baguio City/ Camp Nakar, Lucena City — North and south, Luzon’s main highways are being prepared by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and security officials for the big Lenten and summer vacation exodus. Up north, the DPWH-Cordillera is all set for its annual “Oplan Alalay sa Manlalakbay” with its personnel stationed on Marcos Highway, Halsema Highway, Naguillian Road, Kennon ...
Mount Banahaw fire out
Lucena City, Quezon — The fire that razed almost 70 hectares of cogon area on Mount Banahaw was declared put out yesterday by the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (PENRO-DENR). “Finally, after four days of continuous spreading of fire up to the hill of San Cristobal its over now,” Alfredo Palencia, PENRO officer, said. Quoting ...
Quezon road mishap claims three lives, injures 24
At least three were killed and 24 others were hurt, after a passenger bus and a truck collided along Maharlika Highway in Tiaong, Quezon shortly before midnight Wednesday, Inquirer Radio 990AM reported.
For the first time, Quezon province trains motorcycle-riding cops
When Police Officer 1 Paul Jason Sison registered in February for a 45-day motorcycle-riding course, he did not know how to start a motorcycle, much more drive a two-wheel vehicle.
Mt. Banahaw visitors down to only 3,000—DENR
From more than half a million pilgrims and trekkers who climbed Mount Banahaw on Holy Week a decade ago, the number of Lenten visitors last week was down to 3,000, an official of the Department and Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said on Wednesday.
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Sports Headlines

Northwestern University football players to vote on Friday on union
Football players at Northwestern University on Friday are to become the first U.S. student athletes to vote on whether to join a union. Those players on scholarship at the Evanston, Illinois, school are deciding whether they want the College Athletes Players Association (CAPA) to negotiate with Northwestern on their behalf. CAPA was founded by Kain Colter, a senior and quarterback at the Chicago ...
Sudan to host pre-Olympic football qualifiers tournament
Sudan has been picked to host East and Central Africa's first ever pre-Olympic football qualifying competition this year in a bid to enhance its chances of reaching the 2016 games. Nicholas Musonye, the secretary of the East and Central Africa Football Federation (CECAFA) said the under-23 tournament in Khartoum in September will be used to prepare the region ahead of the African Olympic ...
NBC: Olympics show wide second-screen use
Slightly more than half of the people who watched the Sochi Olympics on NBC also used a computer, tablet or smartphone to get information about the games while the TV was on, the network said Wednesday. ...
Free rugby clinic set
THE Davao Durians Rugby Football Club (DDRFC) and the Philippine Rugby Football Union (PRFU) will conduct free rugby football training on May 19 to 23 as part of the Davao City Summer Sports for Peace Festival. Rugby Development Officer Blessie Kate Delos Santos said that the five-day rugby football training is open for kids’ age 10-14 years old.
5 things to know about Super Rugby, round 11
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The 11th round of Super Rugby encompasses the ANZAC Day holiday which commemorates the contributions of Australian and New Zealand military personnel since the start of World War 1.
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