Tacloban News

Tuesday 30th September 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

Solar facility to provide energy, jobs in Tacloban
TACLOBAN CITY -- A solar facility is being built in Tacloban City to provide an alternative source of power and livelihood for the victims of Typhoon 'Yolanda'.
Coca-Cola re-opens rehabilitated Tacloban plant
Tacloban City, Leyte – Some ten months after it was totally damaged by super typhoon Yolanda which struck this city in November last year, Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines formally re-opened its Coca-Cola plant here yesterday. Leyte Governor Leopoldo Dominico L. Petilla, Tacloban City Vice Mayor Jerry Yaokasin and COCA-COLA FEMSA Philippines Chief Executive Officer Juan Ramon Felix cut the ceremonial ...
Goal: Plant 1M trees in 1 year
TACLOBAN CITY—A flurry of new data on natural hazards came after super typhoon Yolanda struck the country, but how can these be used to make ordinary people more prepared for natural disasters? Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez raised the need for partnership between local government units and universities to interpret vital data on hazards in their communities to ordinary people.
SM Foundation inaugurates Tacloban “Hospi-tel”
TACLOBAN CITY – SM Foundation vice-chairman Teresita Sy-Coson, Secretary Panfilo Lacson of the Office of the Presidential Assistance for Rehabilitation and Recovery, and Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez inaugurated the newly rebuilt and larger Tacloban City Hospital on Wednesday, August 27. They were joined in the ceremonies by OPARR Usec. Danny Antonio, SM Foundation officers […]
Give us our billions for shelters, ‘Yolanda’ victims cry
TACLOBAN CITY—Inside the white, family-sized tent, Delia Capangan stood in the middle of what she now calls home sweating.  It was mid-afternoon, but the heat clung to the skin, raw and burning. By the seaside, in Barangay 88 where she lives, about 330 families remain suffering, lumped in donated, already damaged tents. “I’ve heard of the temporary shelters, but we’ve been here for months and no ...
Tacloban, needing P20B, gets P250M
TACLOBAN CITY---Out of the billions of pesos the Philippine government received from foreign donors following the onslaught of Super Typhoon "Yolanda," the city, considered ground zero of the strongest storm to hit landfall in recent history, has received only about P250 million.   Zosima Cordano, city treasurer, said the city government, headed by a mayor who is not a political ally of ...
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Sports Headlines

Football commands highest TV ad prices
NEW YORK (AP) — Pro football pays the bills in prime-time television.
Football legend Joe Montana visits kids in SF neighborhood
After a series of violent incidents prompted a peace march by residents of the South of the Market Area (SoMA), the kids in the neighborhood got a morale booster with a rare visit from football legend Joe Montana.
Football: Rest is Hart-stopping for City keeper
England goalkeeper Joe Hart said he could see little benefit in being rested as he prepared to return between the posts for Manchester City in their Champions League group match against Roma on Tuesday.
‘Football for Peace’ tourney reels off
WESTERN Mindanao Command (Westmincom) Chief Lieutenant General Rustico Guerrero led the opening of the two-day “Football for Peace” tournament in Zamboanga City on Saturday. Guerrero led the ceremonial kick-off of the football tournament, which is being held at the football field of the Edwin Andrews Air Base (EAAB) in this city.
Football: Chelsea enquire about Twickenham move
Chelsea are exploring the possibility of moving to Twickenham, home of English rugby, while their Stamford Bridge stadium is being redeveloped, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) revealed on Sunday.
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