(Photo courtesy of Pinterest) Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not the fish they are after.— Naturalist Henry
Yes, Tanauan not election hot spot; but Tanaueños call it ‘election hell spot!’
P-Duterte signed into law a measure granting mandatory continuing benefits allowances to private and public health workers during the pandemic and other future health emergencies.
PUBLiCUS Asia survey May 2-5, BBM 54% stays unreachable; sure voters hit 90% !
Leading presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos MANILA — Up to 90% of presidential frontrunner Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr.’s supporters will not change their minds in voting
PACQUIAO CAMP NAGHAMON NG PUSTAHAN: LENI PLUS 5M VOTES VS BBM
MANILA — Isang grupo ng sugarol mula sa kampo umano ni PROMDI standard bearer Senator Manny Pacquiao ang naghahamon na ngayon ng pustahan kung sino
Pacquiao scores need to increase, standardize wages
Senator and PROMDI presidential candidate Manny Pacquiao wants wages increased, standardized. (Photo supplied) By Tracy Cabrera CEBU CITY, CEBU — Following the spate of price
Foreseeing a Pacquiao Debacle
File photo of the People’s Champ Manny Pacquiao shortly after he lost by decision to American Floyd Mayweather Jr. (Photo courtesy of The Mirror) Well,
Pacquiao conducts ‘Saan Pupunta 5K Mo Challenge?’ in Balintawak, pushes for minimum wage increase
Presidential aspirant Manny Pacquiao is accompanied by 1-Pacman party-list representative Eric Pineda while the senator buys bean sprouts from vendor Cely Manaog in Balintawak public
Pacquiao vows support even for small LGUs; wants Pateros to become world-class exporter of ‘balut,’ salted egg
Senator Manny Pacquiao is seen in photo with Pateros mayor Ike Ponce along with wife Jinkee and senatorial candidate Lutz Barbo (with white baseball cap).
Pacquiao frowns on DILG plan to regulate sale of over-the-counter meds
In this file photo, Senator and presidential candidate Manny Pacquiao autographs boxing gloves for boxing fan mayor Kit Nieto of Cainta, Rizal. To his back
Pacquiao: Most Pinoys are poor because they keep on electing corrupt officials
By Tracy Cabrera In almost all places that he visits, Sen. Manny Pacquiao always gets a warm welcome because of his firm stand against corruption.