The Manila Times

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THE Manila Times first appeared on October 11, 1898, a few weeks after the Treaty of Paris took effect and the Philippines fell to American hands. Newspapers published here then were in Spanish and Filipino. The American community in the Philippines grew, and so did the demand for an English-language…

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EDITORIAL

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The World Bank has commended the Philippines’ support system for its overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) as a model for other Southeast Asian countries, and as a vehicle for regional economic integration. This is significant and far-reaching. It proves that our government is doing the right thing in pressing forward with…

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National University seeks the first of two wins it needs for a record sweep as it faces Far Eastern U in the opener of the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference Finals at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan today. The powerhouse Lady Bulldogs swept their group elims and…

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PCSO General Manager Alexander Balutan underscored once again that the Small Town Lottery (STL) is the only legal numbers game recognized by the government during the launching and blessing of STL Draw Court in Compostela Valley on September 19. He emphasized that the funds generated from the numbers game are…

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Tagum City, Davao Del Norte: The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) and the City Government of Tagum signed a Memorandum of Agreement on September 18 establishing a PCSO branch office in the city. The MOA defines the agency’s free use of the land for 10 years and renewable 30 days…

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