2 northern Iloilo towns to get coastal radar stations

first_imgDistura said the province is gratefulfor the attention of the national government in forwarding disaster resiliencein Iloilo. The radar will serve as a guide for theprovince to identify the part of the coast that is fitted for establishingports and areas that are safe in times of typhoons, among others. “We are not asking for sea mishaps, butwhen it happens, the radar can help us locate sea vessels,” Distura said. The Phase 5 of PAGASA’s programidentified the coastal municipalities of Concepcion and Carles in northern partof the province as the locations of the high-frequency coastal radar stations,said 4th District Board member Rolando Distura, who chairs the SangguniangPanlalawigan committee on disaster risk reduction and management, in aninterview on Thursday. Western Visayas currently has twocoastal radar stations from PAGASA located in Bacolod and Silay cities in NegrosOccidental. The radar units can cover the seas in Dumangas to Banate towns inthe fourth district of Iloilo. He said PAGASA is on its pre-procurementphase and the instrument will be installed next year. Iloilo 4th District Board member Rolando Distura identifies the locations of the high-frequency coastal radars that will be put up in Carles and Concepcion towns by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA during a briefing on Thursday. PNAcenter_img LOILO City – The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical ServicesAdministration (PAGASA) has included the province of Iloilo as one of therecipients of the high-frequency coastal radar program for 2020. The local government’s counterpart,meanwhile, is the identification of the ideal location for the instruments andits manpower to maintain the radar and the site’s cleanliness. (With a report from PNA/PN) Distura said northern Iloilo is alsosurrounded by the Visayan Sea, which sees “many sea activities.” “There are alot of fishing vessels there. We can use the coastal radars for ourdecision-making and policy-making,” he said. “They will put up high-frequency coastalradar that will monitor and get information on the sea state- meaning theheight of the wave, the temperature of the sea surface, the wind direction, andall these things. These are already included in the 2020 budget (of PAGASA),”he said. The proposed stations will connect tothe station that will also be put up in Madridejos, Cebu.last_img read more

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IMCA.TV broadcasts details of awards for feature winners, early Super Nationals entries

first_imgSILVER BAY, Minn. – Win an IMCA feature this season and you could tune in to watch yourself take the checkers courtesy of IMCA.TV.The official network of the International Motor Contest Association gives a free one-year membership to the winner of a monthly drawing; drivers in all divisions who won sanctioned features will be entered, with drawings held through the end of the calendar year.IMCA.TV features live streaming subscription races with replay archives. Viewers can tune in to the biggest specials, series and weekly racing events on their computer, tablet or mobile phone.In addition, IMCA.TV will award a complimentary pay-per-view six-day America’s Racin’ Vacation package to the first pre-entered Modified driver from each state competing for the first time at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.Those entries will be accepted beginning Monday, June 4.“The popularity of the TV broadcasts is growing and there was a mutual desire to give back to the racers who put on some of these great shows,” said IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “This is a program designed to recognize the great accomplishments of IMCA racers at the weekly level, while at the same time encourage some new racers who’ve never been to the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s to load up the car and come this year.“In doing that,” he added, “we’re excited to be able to provide them a way to let family and friends back home watch them compete.”Monthly winners thus far are Northern SportMod driver Shane Simper, Stock Car driver Dean Cornelius and Sport Compact driver Mitch Bolton.Broadcast schedule and more information is available on the www.imca.tv.com website.last_img read more

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I-74 EB to close Tuesday night at Greensburg for full-depth shoulder patching

first_imgGreensburg, IN— Dave O’Mara Contractor Inc. will close all lanes of I-74 EB between U.S. 421 in Greensburg (Exit 132) and New Point (Exit 143) beginning at 8 p.m. tonight to complete full-depth shoulder patching near the Sand Creek Bridge. The road will remain closed for approximately eight hours and will reopen by 5 a.m. on Wednesday, weather permitting. The S.R. 3 exit ramp to I-74 EB at Greensburg (Exit 134) will also close Tuesday night while work is in progress.This section of I-74 is currently reduced to one lane due to an asphalt resurfacing project that began last month and is expected to be complete this fall. The official detour for the closure will follow U.S. 421 SB (Exit 132) to S.R. 46 EB to C.R. 850 E. at New Point (Exit 143), where motorists may re-enter I-74. Message boards will be in place along the interstate to notify drivers of the closure.Motorists should slow down, use extra caution, and drive distraction-free through all work zones. All work is weather dependent.last_img read more

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Fitness boost for O’Driscoll

first_img The Ireland centre suffered a back spasm during the RaboDirect PRO12 play-off victory over Glasgow last weekend. He did not attend Monday’s initial British and Irish Lions squad gathering in London, but Leinster say O’Driscoll is currently rated as having “a good chance” of being available for the final. Leinster are optimistic about Brian O’Driscoll being fit for Friday night’s Amlin Challenge Cup final against Stade Francais in Dublin. O’Driscoll is among six Leinster players – Rob Kearney, Jonathan Sexton, Cian Healy, Sean O’Brien and Jamie Heaslip – selected for the Lions tour to Hong Kong and Australia. Flanker O’Brien is expected to face Stade Francais after he missed the Glasgow encounter due to a calf muscle injury, but centre Gordon D’Arcy has been ruled out of the final due to calf trouble. Leo Cullen, Kevin McLaughlin, Fergus McFadden and Richardt Strauss, meanwhile, are recovering from a variety of bumps and bruises but should all be in contention. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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‘Sons of Champions’ will be a knockout – promoter Seon Bristol

first_imgTHE December 26 Sons of Champions boxing card will attract the cream of young pugilists from Guyana and will deliver a knockout blow.That is the belief of promoter Seon Bristol who has collaborated with the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) to stage the card on a day traditionally set aside for boxing in Guyana.“The quality of fighters and matching of fighters definitively state that Guyana will be having a present after Christmas. It is going to be nothing less than a classical boxing experience for fans,” Bristol said in a telephone interview from New York.The Sons of Champions has ten fights carded. Youth Commonwealth Games silver medallist `Lightning’ Keevin Allicock is expected to lead the pool of talented local fighters. Allicock was named Best Boxer at last month’s Terrence Ali National Open competition.Moving up from flyweight, the 18-year-old orthodox fighter barged into the bantamweight division where he was able to dethrone Clairmont `Kartel’ Gibson to take the national title.Quizzed on the possible matchups, Bristol said that the entire card would be made public on Friday. “I can tell you that there will be a few surprises. We have the best of the best coming up against the best of the rest. Ten fights and 30 rounds of boxing. It will be a knockout.”Keevin Allicock is expected to lead the pool of talented local fighters on the Sons of Champions boxing card.The card was named Sons of Champions as offspring of former notable fighters would be on show. Bristol signalled out Alex Murray, the son of former world-rated welterweight Andrew Murray as one of the elite fighters set to lace up gloves.“We are exhibiting pedigree. Andrew Murray was an excellent boxer. His son Alex is just as good as his father was at the same age. We will also have Desmond Amsterdam and Colin Lewis doing battle,” Bristol added.Both boxers won gold medals at the last Caribbean Championship with Lewis being crowned national light welterweight champion following a two-round destruction of Diwani Lampkin in the National Open finals last month.Sons of Champions is scheduled for the National Gymnasium and will see the return of boxing on the said day following years of absence.last_img
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Whicker: Dodgers at crossroads after early postseason exit

first_imgGeneral manager John Hart replaced Hargrove four days later. The difference between Hargrove and Mattingly, if Mattingly does get the Big Haircut, is that Hargrove and Cleveland were surprised.So there is precedent for this, not that it helped Cleveland, which has won one playoff series since. The Dodgers have won one in this decade, and they were booted by remarkable New York pitching in this National League Division Series.Have you grasped what Jacob deGrom did? The 27-year-old beat Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke in Dodger Stadium, in his 53rd and 54th major league starts.But it’s too strenuous for Dodgers fans to credit the victor. A head must roll. Last year it was Matt Kemp’s. This time, maybe Mattingly’s.“I don’t know if any manager has been fired after winning 97 games,” Hargrove told the Washington Post in 1999. “But then again I don’t know any manager who was rumored to be fired as much as I was over the course of 8 1/2 years.” Mattingly, whose eyes grew increasingly leaden with each press encounter, is familiar with that.The new bosses, Andrew Friedman and Farhan Zaidi, did not hire Mattingly, and they just canned Damon Berryhill, the Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year at Triple-A Oklahoma City despite a clubhouse that discharged and welcomed more passengers than a subway car.The Dodgers varsity made some of that possible. Fifty-five Dodgers — including pitchers — swung a bat this season. They used 31 pitchers. Good for the transportation sector of our economy. Maybe not so good for continuity.Even in the climactic game of the year, the Dodgers had Kiké Hernandez playing left-field, possibly his least comfortable position, and Yasmani Grandal catching, not A.J. Ellis. At times the lineup card looked as if it were dealt, not designed.Whether Mattingly is in control of who plays is something we don’t fully know, but he answered all such questions the same way: “It gave us the best chance to win,” without further details.There would be a towering irony to firing Mattingly. The manager who beat him is Terry Collins, a 66-year-old traditionalist who comes from instructional fields and cramped minor league locker rooms. There is no way on earth Friedman would hire someone with Collins’ age and background.These Dodgers had persistent questions in their rotation and in their setup bullpen and the front office did not answer them. You say Friedman tried? He did. Mattingly tried, too.It is true Friedman needs time to disentangle the club’s salary obligations. But he keeps taking on more. The Dodgers gave $23.5 million to what’s left of Bronson Arroyo and made Brandon McCarthy $48 million richer. He started four games this year with a 5.87 ERA.Next year they owe Michael Morse $8.5 million. He’s been with Miami and Pittsburgh since. Carl Crawford can barely hold down half of a platoon. He’s owed more than $43 million through 2017.This year, the Dodgers paid $23 million to Kemp, Dan Haren and other refugees. It’s like any parent of a teenager knows. The quickest way to lower a person’s IQ is to fill that person’s wallet.That is why the Dodgers had a spectacular payroll and a fairly good team. There was little speed, little concept of manufacturing runs, little success against good teams. Because the Dodgers played defense and seemed to like each other, they were easier to manage, but now Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick are likely gone. Maybe Greinke, too.Mike Hargrove managed Baltimore and Seattle after Cleveland fired him. Mattingly would be a wildly attractive candidate, including in San Diego, the city where the Chargers fired Marty Schottenheimer after he went 14-2.Changing managers is a great talking point, and there are not many Joe Maddons out there. Mainly it is the refuge for teams who are easily influenced by the voices, or can’t think of an answer.Mike Hargrove said it best: “Was I a scapegoat? What manager isn’t?” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Former first baseman becomes manager, stabilizes the ship, wins three consecutive division titles, runs into a hot pitcher in the Division Series, loses his job.Not Don Mattingly. Not yet.It’s the Mike Hargrove story. His 1999 Cleveland Indians scored 1,009 runs in the regular season. They were more dangerous than even the ’95 Indians, who went 100-44 and lost a six-game World Series to Atlanta.Cleveland won Games 1 and 2 in the American League Division Series and strutted into Boston. It lost to Pedro Martinez in Game 3, was battered 23-7 in Game 4, and lost Game 5 at home, 12-8, as Martinez entered the game in the fourth inning and never left.last_img read more

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Japan eliminates Israel, reaches WBC championship round

first_imgSeiichi Uchikawa hit a double down the third base line to drive in two more runs in the eighth and Matsuda singled in the final run to complete the rout.Israel won its first four games of the tournament but could not match more experienced baseball powers like Japan and the Netherlands in the second round.The Netherlands beat Israel 12-2 in eight innings Monday.Ike Davis broke the shutout bid with a single in the top of the ninth that scored Sam Fuld from second, and Ryan Lavarnway doubled in two more runs before Kazuhisa Makita retired the side in the ninth.Israel was made up almost entirely of Jewish-American players with major and minor league experience. TOKYO — Yoshitomo Tsutsugo sparked a five-run sixth inning with a solo home run to lead Japan over Israel 8-3 Wednesday and into the championship round of the World Baseball Classic.With a perfect 6-0 record through the first two rounds, two-time champion Japan advances from Pool E along with the Netherlands, which beat Cuba 14-1 at Tokyo Dome. Israel and Cuba were eliminated.Tsutsugo connected off Israel reliever Dylan Axelrod with blast to deep center field. Nobuhiro Matsuda doubled in a run to make it 2-0 and Seiji Kobayashi, Nori Aoki and Ryosuke Kikuchi all added RBI hits to widen the lead.“Our pitchers were doing a great job so I wanted to do something to contribute in that situation,” Tsutsugo said. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img “We’re disappointed because we lost and won’t be moving on,” Israel manager Jerry Weinstein said. “But we lost to two excellent teams. Japan didn’t give anything away. They got timely hitting and really good pitching.”In Wednesday’s first game, former major leaguer Wladimir Balentien homered twice for the Netherlands.Balentien, who plays in Japan for the Yakult Swallows, hit a three-run homer in the first inning and added a solo blast in the third as the Netherlands jumped out to a 7-0 lead.“We knew this was a needed game so I was focused on every at-bat,” Balentien said. “I was happy to get a chance to put us on the board early with those home runs.”Yurendell Decaster drove in two runs on a single to right in the fourth when the Netherlands scored five more runs to put the game out of reach.Netherlands starter Diegomar Markwell picked up the win after holding Cuba to one run on four hits over six innings.Cuba came to the WBC with a young team and went 0-3 in the second round.“The Netherlands crushed us and we were unable to come back,” Cuba manager Carlos Marti said. “Cuba is a very young team so this was a good experience and we have to prepare for the future.”The March 20-22 championship round will be held at Dodger Stadium. It consists of two semifinal games and the winner-take-all championship game.last_img read more

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Tuesday October 22nd Local Sports

first_imgAMES — Iowa State coach Matt Campbell says it is too early to make comparisons between freshman running back Breece Hall and former Cyclone standout David Montgomery. Hall had his second straight big game and tallied 183 yards of rushing in a 34-24 win at Texas Tech.Campbell admits Hall has a lot of potential.Campbell says Hall has a fluid style of running.The Cyclones are 5-2 and host Oklahoma State this week. MASON CITY — The NIACC wrestlers are getting ready to kick off their season next month. Coach Steve Kelly says he has most of his wrestlers back that scored points in last season’s national tournament.Kelly believes the team’s strength is in the middle weights, but his lineup won’t be completely solidified until the second half of the season.285-pounder Zach Santee from Plymouth finished fifth in the national tournament after going 14-13 with two pins and a major decision. Santee says he learned a lot in his freshman year and hopes to use that to his advantage this season.NIACC opens the season November 6th with a conference dual at Ellsworth. NIACC will have home duals against Iowa Western on November 20th, Ellsworth on January 29th and Iowa Lakes on February 5th, and will host the Kaye Young Open on January 4th. DES MOINES — Radio Iowa sports broadcasters high school football pollClass 4A1. WDM Valley (8-0), LW #1 vs DSM North2. Dowling Catholic (7-1), LW #2 @ Sioux City North3. Cedar Falls (8-0), LW #3 vs CR Prairie4. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (7-1), LW #4 vs Burlington (Thurs)5. Ankeny Centennial (7-1), LW #5 @ Sioux City West (Thurs)6. Southeast Polk (6-2), LW #6 @ DSM Roosevelt7. Bettendorf (6-2), LW #7 vs Davenport Central8. Ankeny (5-3), LW #8 vs Sioux City East9. Waukee (5-3), LW #9 @ Johnston10.Linn-Mar (Marion) (6-2), LW (X) vs Pleasant ValleyClass 3A1. Western Dubuque (8-0), LW #1 vs Maquoketa2. Solon (8-0), LW #2 @ Fairfield3. Cedar Rapids Xavier (7-1), LW #3 vs Marion4. Dallas Center-Grimes (7-1), LW #4 vs Carroll5. North Scott (7-1), LW #5 @ Davenport Assumption (Thurs)6. Lewis Central (7-1), LW #6 @ ADM (Adel)7. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (7-1), LW #7 vs Storm Lake8. Independence (8-0), LW #8 vs Decorah9. Norwalk (7-1), LW #9 @ Gilbert10.Pella (6-2), LW (X) @ GrinnellClass 2A1. Waukon (8-0), LW #1 @ North Fayette Valley2. Clear Lake (8-0), LW #2 vs #8 Iowa Falls-Alden3. Algona (8-0), LW #3 vs Southeast Valley4. Greene County (8-0), LW #4 @ #5 OABCIG5. OABCIG (8-0), LW #6 vs #4 Greene County6. Waterloo Columbus (7-1), LW #7 @ Monticello7. Benton (7-1), LW #8 @ Vinton-Shellsburg8. Iowa Falls-Alden (6-2), LW (X) @ #2 Clear Lake9. Des Moines Christian (7-1), LW #5 vs Saydel10.Williamsburg (5-3), LW (X) vs Eddyville-Blakesburg-FremontClass 1A1. Dike-New Hartford (8-0), LW #1 vs #8 Iowa City Regina2. Van Meter (8-0), LW #2 vs Clarinda3. West Branch (8-0), LW #3 vs Dyersville Beckman4. Western Christian (8-0), LW #4 @ #7 West Lyon5. South Central Calhoun (8-0), LW #5 vs Pocahontas Area6. West Sioux (7-1), LW #6 @ Emmetsburg7. West Lyon (7-1), LW #7 vs #4 Western Christian8. Iowa City Regina (7-1), LW #8 @ #1 Dike-New Hartford9. Treynor (8-0), LW #9 vs Cherokee10.Sigourney-Keota (8-0), LW #10 vs MediapolisClass A1. West Hancock (8-0), LW #1 vs Blemond-Klemme2. Saint Ansgar (8-0), LW #2 @ Central Springs3. North Tama (8-0), LW #3 vs BCLUW4. MFL MarMac (8-0), LW #5 @ Alburnett5. Grundy Center (7-1), LW #4 @ Wapsie Valley6. Earlham (7-1), LW #6 vs Nodaway Valley7. Woodbury Central (7-1), LW #8 @ West Monona8. Edgewood-Colesburg (6-2), LW #7 vs Clayton Ridge9. BGM (Brooklyn) (7-1), LW #9 @ Cardinal (Eldon)10.South O’Brien (7-1), LW #10 @ HintonEight-man1. Don Bosco (8-0), LW #1 vs Riceville2. Turkey Valley (8-0), LW #2 @ Central Elkader3. Remsen St. Mary’s (8-0), LW #3 @ Siouxland Christian4. Audubon (8-1), LW #4 vs #8 CAM5. Coon Rapids-Bayard (7-1), LW #7 @ Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton6. Harris-Lake Park (7-1), LW #8 @ Kingsley-Pierson7. Easton Valley (7-1), LW #5 vs West Central (Maynard)8. CAM (7-1), LW #6 @ #4 Audubon9. Fremont-Mills (5-1), LW (X) @ Stanton-Essex10.Gladbrook-Reinbeck (6-2), LW (X) @ Colo-Nescocenter_img MASON CITY — Both of NIACC’s basketball teams are ranked in the top ten nationally as they’ll start their seasons next week:== The NIACC women are ranked ninth after an appearance in the Division II national tournament last season. Lady Trojans coach Todd Ciochetto says only two sophomores return to this year’s squad but a talented group of freshmen are ready to step up and make another run for the national tournament.Ciochetto says one of the leaders in scrimmage games so far has been freshman Sierra Morrow of Minneapolis.Ciochetto says they’ll continue with their high tempo style of play.NIACC will play an exhibition against Minnesota West Community and Technical College at the NIACC gym tonight starting at 7 o’clock. They’ll open up the regular season at the Dale Howard Classic in Iowa Falls on November 1st and 2nd against the Grand View JV and Bryant & Stratton College of Wisconsin.== The NIACC men’s basketball team is ranked sixth in the pre-season Division II poll after going 25-5 last season and advancing to the Region XI title game for the first time in over 20 years. NIACC coach Mark Mohl says there’s a number of key players back from last year’s team.Mohl says experience with guards will be a big key this season.Mohl expects another tough conference race, with defending national champion Kirkwood ranked first and DMACC ranked 16th in the pre-season poll.NIACC will open the regular season at the Dale Howard Classic in Iowa Falls November 1st and 2nd against Hibbing Community College and Bryant & Stratton College.last_img read more

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Florida man fatally shot after attempting to help woman who was being attacked

first_imgThe Tequesta police department is reporting that a 35-year-old man was shot and killed Sunday after he attempted to help a woman who was being attacked by her boyfriend.According to the report, 28-year-old Bryan Bacallao and his girlfriend were arguing on a residential street when Bacallao grabbed his girlfriend by the neck and tried to force her to the ground. The victim, Justin Todd saw the incident and attempted to intervene. That’s when Bacallao pulled out a gun and shot Todd once in the chest.Bacallao later told police that he feared for his life because Todd was much bigger than him. Once Todd began walking towards him, Bacallao told him to step away and then fired his gun.Bacallao has since been arrested and charged with murder. His first court appearance was scheduled for Monday morning where a judge denied him bond.last_img read more

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Norwood excited to ‘have the flag back on my chest’

first_imgKawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Gabe Norwood. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netGabe Norwood couldn’t help but smile as he made his return to Gilas Pilipinas, this time as the team’s eldest statesman.“(Assistant coach) Jimmy (Alapag) even asked me if was the oldest one and I said, ‘Yeah, I guess I am.’ You know it’s weird, but it’s exciting,” said the 32-year-old swingman on Thursday.ADVERTISEMENT Norwood is also ecstatic to hit the floor with this new batch of youthful Gilas players.“We have a lot of talent. I’ve been watching a lot of college basketball for awhile, both the UAAP and the NCAA, and these are guys I’ve followed since I’ve been here. Beyond the court, seeing their instinct is impressive, it’s a good sign for the future,” he said.But overall, Norwood is just honored to have another opportunity to represent the country in what could be his final dance with the Philippine national team.“It was fun to get back into the system and meet the guys, new faces and some old faces, the coaching staff, and even the utility,” he said. “It’s good to have the flag back on my chest.”ADVERTISEMENT ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets “In a country that loves basketball so much, just knowing the type of passion all these guys have, everyone’s going to ask, who will be the next RDO? Who will be the next (Marc) Pingris? Who will be the next LA (Tenorio)? The list goes on and I’m excited.”Known as one of the country’s fiercest on-ball defenders, Norwood is tasked to do more than what his job was when he last donned the national colors after being named as the team’s captain.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’But he is more than up for the task to lead a young squad in the 2017 Fiba Asia Cup.“I felt that I was always vocal. It used to be Jimmy for us, then I tried to be that guy a little bit more. I took it upon myself if they needed someone to speak if we needed to,” he said. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite MOST READ ‘Very low’ morale as Gilas prepares for Fiba Asia sans Blatche Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendlast_img read more

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