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BUS OPERATOR TRIES TO CLEAR ITS NAME

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Froehlich Tours Inc. said it cleared its name on Sunday from allegations it had violated bus operators’ rules, claiming it practices “good corporate governance policy,” after its operations were suspended by the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB). The company said it operated 20 interim units for the P2P (point-to-point)…

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THE Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) recorded a total of 11,374 stranded passengers in various ports in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao because of tropical storm Auring as of noontine on Monday. It said some 624 rolling cargoe, 86 vessels and 39 motorized bancas were also prevented from sailing. In Luzon, according…

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Froehlich Tours Inc., operator of the Point to Point (P2P) Buses, will have given free rides on Sunday and will offer the same today (Monday) as it had promised after the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) suspended its operations last Friday. The bus company said in a post…

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Two domestic flights of Philippine Airlines were canceled due to bad weather, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced on Sunday morning. The canceled flights were 2P 2095 from Manila to Surigao, and 2P 2096 from Surigao to Manila. The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) reportedl y…

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The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has unveiled a 22-million yen Communications Navigation Surveillance and Air Traffic Management System (CNS/ATM) on Thursday. The system is expected to place Philippine aviation on a par with Asia and Europe the Department of Transportation tweeted on Friday. It will help “determine…

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ROAD rage murder convict Rolito Go is now a free man. This after the Supreme Court’s Third Division issued a release order following a November 28 ruling upholding the grant of the writ of habeas corpus to the ex-businessman. The order quoted the dispositive portion of the Third Division’s November…

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THE information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) industry expects to generate 2.6 million direct and indirect jobs in the Philippines over the next five years, a top industry leader said on Monday. At the 11th International ICT Awards Media Launch held December 5 at the Manila Marriott Hotel, Information…

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Last of two parts WHILE President Rodrigo Duterte has scored high marks for his anti-crime drive and other significant accomplishments, the three-month-old administration fell short of the expectations of “change” set in some priority agenda items, such as easing traffic and ending contractualization. Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade had given assurances…

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