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Saturday 30th August 2014
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Ormoc Facts


Population: Approx 142,092
Longitude: 124.6
Latitude: 11.02
Street Map: Click Here
Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Tacloban
(about 31 miles away)

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News Headlines

Number of malnourished kids spiked after Yolanda
ORMOC CITY – Malnutrition among children in the city spiked after Yolanda, said city health officer Dr. Nelita Navales, and 6 children have already died from severe malnutrition despite emergency intervention. Dr. Navales said this during the launching of a nutrition program on Saturday, August 16, at Brgy. Curva that is being sponsored by the […]
Ormoc acquires new rescue truck
ORMOC City in Leyte has acquired a new rescue truck for faster response time from the Organized Rescue and Medical Aid of Ormoc City (Ormoc) during emergency situations. Ormoc team leader Dominic Eamiguel said the new vehicle can also be used as equipment storage or carrier.
New home: A birthday gift for a young Yolanda survivor
ORMOC, Leyte – Renato Tomada and is daughter Donna Rose used to live in a shanty made of nipa and bamboo. The night before Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) struck, they left Barangay Sumangga and moved to his sister’s house in downtown Ormoc. Roads were blocked by fallen ...
Celebrating people helping people
ORMOC, Philippines – On August 19, 2014, the people living in the bunkhouses of Can-Untog and Concepction took part in a global celebration they can now call their own. The World Humanitarian Day, which honors humanitarian personnel around the world for their efforts in responding to disasters and conflicts, ...
Kontrobersiyal nga pulis gipusil
ORMOC CITY - Pulis nga perming ireklamo ang gipusil niadtong milabayng Dominggo didto dapit sa iyang balay sa Villa Theresa, Barangay San Isidro. Apan pistola sa suspek wa makabuto sa dihang gikablit. Ang pulis mao si PO2 Renato Mekitpikit, nadestino sa Police Station 3 ug kanhi sakop sa City Intelligence...
Gigulgol ang liog tungod sa selos
ORMOC CITY - Selos ang gituhoang nagtukmod sa usa ka lalaki sa dihang iyang gigulgol ang liog sa iyang kapuyo didto sa ilang balay sa Barangay San Isidro sayo ning semanaha. Ang biktima giila nga si Rosalinda Otacan,...
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Sports Headlines

Sports tribunal bans Brazilian clubs
SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil's sports tribunal on Friday banned Icasa from the Brazilian league's second division and Botafogo of Paraiba from the third division after they filed lawsuits in civil courts to try to reverse decisions made in the sports sphere.
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 ...
Baseball Capsules
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Yasmani Grandal singled in the winning run with two outs in the 12th inning and the San Diego Padres beat the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 Friday night.
Calcio in the doldrums but Juventus & Roma represent beacons of hope
The Giallorossi are following the Old Lady's lead in terms of building their own stadium - the rest of Serie A must now follow suit if Italian football is to rise again
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