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Wednesday 23rd July 2014
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Population: Approx 102,545
Longitude: 123.2
Latitude: 13.6
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Daet
(about 39 miles away)

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News Headlines

Cutting of trees responsibility of DPHW: mayor
TWO years after the permit to cut the trees was issued, seven century-old acacia trees on the highway in the City of Naga have yet to be cut. City of Naga Mayor Valdemar Chiong yesterday urged the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) 7 to remove the trees, saying it is their job to do so.
Naga City orders evacuation in 3 low-lying villages as threat of flood rises
City Mayor John Bongat on Tuesday morning directed the forced evacuation of residents in three low-lying areas in this city, which would likely be flooded by heavy rains to be brought by typhoon “Glenda” (Rammasun), which was expected to hit Camarines Sur in the afternoon.
8 arrested in Naga City for cutting trees during post-Glenda clean-up
Eight people who were supposedly helping clean-up in Typhoon-Glenda hit Naga City, were arrested over the weekend after they were caught allegedly cutting down perfectly healthy trees not affected by the storm.
Capitol offers help for cutting of trees
CEBU Gov. Hilario Davide III is willing to lend Capitol’s chainsaws to cut down century-old trees along the Naga-San Fernando highway. Davide said that when a tree fell in San Fernando in the past, it was Capitol that cleared the highway for the safety of motorists and pedestrians. Capitol’s Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) has eight chainsaws, a metal cutter and ...
Pryce Gases pulls out move for TRO vs. Naga
A LIQUEFIED petroleum gas plant in the City of Naga, Cebu has withdrawn its bid to secure a temporary restraining order (TRO) from the court to stop the City Government from shutting down its facility over its alleged failure to meet fire safety measures. Lawyer Jennie Cabading, legal counsel of Pryce Gases Inc., manifested during the hearing their decision to withdraw the TRO after the Naga ...
Fumes from generator set send 6 to hospital in Naga City
Six people, including twin infants and a young girl, were hospitalized after inhaling fumes from a generator set in Naga City in Bicol early Sunday.
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Sports Headlines

Football: Gerrard calls time on England career
England captain Steven Gerrard retired from international football on Monday after becoming a pillar of the team in 114 appearances, but making way after the country's disastrous World Cup campaign. Gerrard, 34, led England at the World Cup where they bowed out in the group stage. The Liverpool midfielder said he had "agonised" over the decision since returning from Brazil. "I have agonised over ...
FC Barcelona Escola returns to the Philippines
This is a press release from the FC Barcelona Escola Philippines. CEBU, Philippines — FC Barcelona Escola (FCBE) Camp Philippines announced Tuesday, July 22, that its world renowned football training is back for a third time in the Philippines. It will be held in Cebu at the Aboitiz Sports Field from ...
Dunga hired as Brazil football coach
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil is bringing back Dunga to coach the national football team, four years after he last held the job.
FC Barcelona to hold football camp in Cebu
ONE of Spain's top clubs, FC Barcelona, makes Cebu City a venue of its latest football camp in the Philippines. FC Barcelona Escola (FCBE), FC Barcelona's football school, holds its third football training camp in the country, the FCBE Camp Philippines, on Oct. 26 to 30 at the Aboitiz Sports Field.
Ang Liga: Arellano drubs La Salle Lipa, Lyceum
MANILA, Philippines - The Arellano University (AU) football team scored back-to-back wins in week 5 of the Ang Liga pre-season tourney by downing foes La Salle Lipa (DLSL) and Lyceum Philippines University (LPU). There was no shortage of goals as the Ang Liga Special Cup champions outplayed the hapless De ...
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