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Sunday 31st August 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

Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez all praises for son Raymund's girlfriend Gwen Zamora
Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez submits proposed resettlement "master plan" to Malacañang
Tacloban City Hospital inaugurated
Tacloban City, Leyte – The new Tacloban City Hospital, rebuilt after the old one was destroyed by super typhoon Yolanda in November last year, was opened in formal rites held earlier this week. The hospital constructed with generous assistance from SM Foundation. SM Investments Corp. Vice-Chairperson Teresita Sy Coson, was present during the opening rites […]
Visayas Newsbits for August 30, 2014
NON-POLITICAL PAPAL VISIT BACKED Tacloban City (PNA) - Local leaders here are amenable to the proposal of not giving special treatment to politicians who will be joining millions of Catholic faithful in welcoming Pope Francis during his visit in typhoon-affected Tacloban City and Leyte next year. Tacloban City councilor Jerry Uy expressed his support to the proposal of not allowing politicians ...
Pope Francis to visit Tacloban
CEBU -- Pope Francis will visit Tacloban City for six and a half hours on January 17, 2015 and would like to spend all of his time meeting with the poor people who survived Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). Palo, Leyte Archbishop John Du urged the country’s “powerful and influential people” to stay on the sidelines and give the Pope a chance to remind the survivors that God has not abandoned them.
Tacloban Prevails turns scrap and debris into stylish furniture
This is Nestor’s coffee table. It was made from an old ladder owned by 89-year-old Nestor Abilado, a resident of Tacloban, Leyte and a survivor of Typhoon Yolanda. It is just one of the eloquent, one-of-a-kind pieces from furniture line Tacloban Prevails, created by Costa Rican furniture designer Bernardo Urbina.
How Tacloban is preparing for Pope Francis
In just a few months from now, the Philippines will welcome the leader of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis will visit Tacloban City and the victims of super typhoon "Yolanda."
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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.
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 ...
KO format adopted in Peace Cup meet
The Philippine Football Federation (PFF) yesterday turned the format of the four-team Peace Cup into a knockout-style tournament due to a new regulation imposed recently by the International Football Federation (FIFA). PFF said in a statement that the change was made after FIFA reminded all participating teams to follow a rule that allows teams to play a maximum of two matches during the ...
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 ...
Mourinho unhappy at Chelsea defence in nine-goal thriller
(Reuters) - Television viewers around the world were treated to a dazzling exhibition of attacking football when Chelsea beat Everton 6-3 in an extraordinary game on Saturday but visiting manager Jose Mourinho was hardly purring with joy. Mourinho's teams are traditionally rock solid at the back and he was disappointed Chelsea let in three goals in the Premier League thriller at Goodison Park ...
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