Tacloban News

Wednesday 30th July 2014
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Tacloban Facts


Population: Approx 153,068
Longitude: 125.02
Latitude: 11.29
Street Map: Click Here
Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Tacloban
(about 3 miles away)

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News Headlines

After Yolanda: State of Barangay 88
TACLOBAN, Philippines – On August 1, the office of rehabilitation czar Panfilo Lacson will finally submit a 169-billion-peso comprehensive rehabilitation plan for all Haiyan-affected areas. Voltaire Tupaz reports, residents of a community in Tacloban feel abandoned despite the deluge of international assistance and funding. BENIGNO ...
Road widening for Pope Francis' visit
TACLOBAN CITY, Leyte-- The Tacloban City District Engineering Office of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is set to widen all the national highways here in preparation for the January 2015 visit of Pope Francis to Leyte. Tacloban City District Engineer Arnaldo R. Bonifacio said DPWH Secretary Rogelio J. Singson has given them the go signal for the widening of the national ...
DPWH to widen roads for papal visit
The Tacloban City District Engineering Office of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is set to widen all the national highways here in preparation for the January 2015 visit of Pope Francis to Leyte.
Yolanda survivors on SONA: Talk is cheap
TACLOBAN CITY - Arlene Abella described life for 8 months in a tent city as miserable.
‘Yolanda’ rehab plans welcome but execs say: Please hurry up
It’s about time. But please hurry up. Leaders of municipalities ravaged by Super Typhoon Yolanda welcomed President Aquino’s approval of the rebuilding blueprint for five provinces and Tacloban City. Mayor Ricky Ramirez of Medellin town in Cebu province said his constituents had been waiting for eight months for the rebuilding to get off the ground.
Tacloban rehab: Slow and furious
TACLOBAN, Leyte - It's a city fighting back, trying to recover what it lost.
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Sports Headlines

Aboitiz Football Cup searches for new home
WITH the closure of the Aboitiz Sports Field, the biggest football tournament in Cebu, the Aboitiz Football Cup, is left without a home. The Aboitiz Football Field will be developed into a mixed-used district.
Football star Tevez's father freed after kidnapping in Argentina
The father of Argentine football star Carlos Tevez was kidnapped early Tuesday before being released hours later, a lawyer for the family said. Segundo Tevez "is free, he is in good condition and has reunited with his family," lawyer Gustavo Galasso told television channel C5N. Juventus star Tevez had planned to fly home from Italy in response to the situation, but "decided not to in light of ...
Fifa requests investigation into Tavecchio racism row
Football's governing body demands an enquiry into reports that the 71-year-old claimed that African players had merely been "eating bananas" before being signed by Serie A sides
Jones' HOF induction adds to Seattle's big year
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — As Walter Jones started going through names to give his induction speech at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he constantly came back to his son Walterius.
Macho sport looks to feminine side in women's World Cup
By Andrew Callus PARIS (Reuters) - It is seen as the ultimate macho sport, but for the 12 captains in Paris on Tuesday at the official launch of the women's World Cup there is much more to rugby than a chance to break a few gender stereotypes. There are so many aspects to it," said Kelly Russell, captain of Canada. There aren't many sports where you find all that," Russell told Reuters at launch ...
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