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The Manila Times continues to bask in glorious light throughout its 119th year. In an industry that constantly demands integrity and credibility, the country’s oldest existing newspaper was again honored by various award-giving bodies, as it relentlessly uncovers the truth and makes it public knowledge every day. Engendering discourses among…

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THE utmost reward of columnists is to set ablaze thoughts, discussions, and actions between the public and the country’s policymakers. This exchange of ideas empowers people to engage in the nation’s progress, a characteristic of an active generation. Understanding the sides of an issue and writing authoritatively about it teach…

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The Fe del Mundo Medical Center (FDMMC) has chosen The Manila Times to be its partner newspaper for its campaign to provide quality health care services. The Manila Times President and Chief Executive Officer Dante “Klink” Ang 2nd, FDMMC General Manager Ma. Jacinta Victoria Lualhati and Marketing Manager Noemi Angeline…

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THROUGH its vibrant celebration characterized by the gratitude for Nature’s gift and the bounties of harvest, Kadayawan Festival has always drawn a significant interest from foreign and local tourists to Davao City. Held every third week of August, the Davao City Tourism Operations Office (CTOO) said this year’s Kadayawan Festival…

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The Saint Michael’s College of Laguna (SMCL) and The Manila Times have signed a Memorandum of Agreement under which the latter will publish a broadsheet version of The Michaelean Herald, the official school publication of the SMCL. The partnership will enable The Michaelean Herald to be read nationwide. The Manila…

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A motorcycle rider died in a traffic collision involving three vehicles along Quezon Avenue in Quezon City on Saturday morning. Authorities identified the fatality as Herminio Cruz Jr., who suffered severe injuries from the accident. Police reports showed that a Toyota Vios maneuvered by Dan Jio Santos was hit by…

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A 5.9-magnitude earthquake shook southern Mindanao on Saturday morning, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs). The agency previously recorded the quake at magnitude 5.4 which struck 22 kilometers southeast of Malapatan, Sarangani at 8:30 a.m. Phivolcs said it had a depth of 30 kilometers and its…

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THE state-run University of the Philippines (UP) will continue to collect tuition and other fees from its students for the first semester of academic year 2017-2018. UP President Danilo Concepcion issued Memorandum No. PDLC 17-21A, which presented the guidelines regarding the assessment and collection of payments for the coming semester.…

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At least two inmates have died while one remains critical at an overcrowded detention facility in Quezon City. Quezon City Police District (QCPD) officials identified the dead as Marlo Lagrama, 37, a resident of 64 Ramirez Street, Barangay Santa Monica; and Renato Moreno, 42, a resident of Block 8, Rambutan…

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