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Maute continuing its recruitment in Marawi, says military

MANILA, Philippines — The Armed Forces of the Philippines on Friday confirmed that the remaining forces of the Islamic State-inspired Maute Group were contin

Bong Revilla appeals court's order to present evidence

MANILA, Philippines — Former senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr.

Analyst: China continues expansion in South China Sea as int'l focus 'shifts away'

MANILA, Philippines — As international attention “shifts away” from the “slow-moving” maritime dispute, there has been no letup in China’s construction activ

Bato: PNP had ‘many victories’ in 2017

MANILA, Philippines — Philippine National Police Director General Ronald dela Rosa on Friday thanked his fellow cops for supposedly overcoming trials in the

Palace sees nothing wrong with Duterte granddaughter's photo shoot inside Malacañang

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Friday downplayed the pre-debut photo shoot of President Rodrigo Duterte’s granddaughter at Malacañang, saying Isabelle Duterte was just like any other ordinary Filipino who wanted to have a photo inside the palace.

Palace sees nothing wrong with Duterte granddaughter's photo shoot inside Malacañang

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Friday downplayed the pre-debut photo shoot of President Rodrigo Duterte’s granddaughter at Malacañang, saying Isabelle Duterte was just like any other ordinary Filipino who wanted to have a photo inside the palace.

Sex, drugs and disease: The deadly mix (Part 2)

Part 2: A perilous phenomenon

Tacloban City placed under state of calamity

The Tacloban City Council declared the state of calamity at around 2:25 p.m. Friday as heavy rains brought by Urduja continue to flood parts of the city.

Aguirre orders probe of mother, daughter slay in Cavite

MANILA, Philippines — Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has ordered the National Bureau of Investigation to probe the killing of a woman and her child l

Aguirre: Dela Rosa’s ‘caliber’ needed at BuCor

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II on Friday welcomed President Rodrigo Duterte's decision to choose Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa as the next head of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor).

Aguirre: Dela Rosa’s ‘caliber’ needed at BuCor

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II on Friday welcomed President Rodrigo Duterte's decision to choose Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa as the next head of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor).

Salpukan ng motorsiklo at bisikleta, huli sa CCTV

Isang motorsiklo at bisikleta ang nagkasalpukan na ikinasugat ng dalawang rider sa kahabaan ng Roosevelt Avenue sa Quezon City, Huwebes ng gabi.
 

Pulis na nanindak at nagpaputok ng baril sa isang videoke bar, hinahanap na

Hinahanap na ang pulis na may ranggong PO1 [Police Officer 1] na nakunan sa closed-circuit-television camera na nanakit ng ilang konstumer sa isang videoke bar sa Pasay City at nagpaputok pa ng baril.

Pulis na nanindak at nagpaputok ng baril sa isang videoke bar, hinahanap na

Hinahanap na ang pulis na may ranggong PO1 [Police Officer 1] na nakunan sa closed-circuit-television camera na nanakit ng ilang konstumer sa isang videoke bar sa Pasay City at nagpaputok pa ng baril.

Syjuco complaint vs. Noynoy has clip arts on it

Former Technical Education and Skills Development Authority chief Augusto Syjuco Jr. used clip arts in the complaint he filed against former President Benigno Aquino III over the Dengvaxia dengue vaccine controversy.

Syjuco complaint vs. Noynoy has clip arts on it

Former Technical Education and Skills Development Authority chief Augusto Syjuco Jr. used clip arts in the complaint he filed against former President Benigno Aquino III over the Dengvaxia dengue vaccine controversy.

Sorsogon on red alert as number of stranded passengers climbs to 3,000

A red alert status has been raised over Sorsogon on Friday as Tropical Storm Urduja slowly approaches eastern Visayas, leaving at least 3,196 passengers stranded at the Matnog Port, GMA News' Oscar Oida reported on News to Go.

Sorsogon on red alert as number of stranded passengers climbs to 3,000

A red alert status has been raised over Sorsogon on Friday as Tropical Storm Urduja slowly approaches eastern Visayas, leaving at least 3,196 passengers stranded at the Matnog Port, GMA News' Oscar Oida reported on News to Go.

Military sees ISIS-inspired Turaife group as major threat

MANILA, Philippines — Following the defeat of Maute terrorists in Marawi City, the military on Friday said it is monitoring a small ISIS-inspired militant gr

Cambodia’s Hun Sen challenges EU and US to freeze assets

PHNOM PENH -- Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged the United States and European Union on Friday to freeze the assets of Cambodian leaders abroad in response to his government’s crackdown on the opposition and civil society.

Cambodia’s Hun Sen challenges EU and US to freeze assets

PHNOM PENH -- Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged the United States and European Union on Friday to freeze the assets of Cambodian leaders abroad in response to his government’s crackdown on the opposition and civil society.

Nationwide martial law ‘speculative’ at this point --AFP chief

Armed Forces chief General Rey Leonardo Geurrero on Friday downplayed the possibility of a nationwide martial law, saying it is "speculative" at this point.

Mga dating pangulo na dumalo noon sa pagdinig ng Kongreso

Hindi si dating Pangulong Benigno Aquino III ang unang dating presidente na humarap sa imbestigasyon ng Kongreso matapos na imbitahan kaugnay ng isinasagawang pagdinig.

Nationwide martial law ‘speculative’ at this point --AFP chief

Armed Forces chief General Rey Leonardo Geurrero on Friday downplayed the possibility of a nationwide martial law, saying it is "speculative" at this point.

Mga dating pangulo na dumalo noon sa pagdinig ng Kongreso

Hindi si dating Pangulong Benigno Aquino III ang unang dating presidente na humarap sa imbestigasyon ng Kongreso matapos na imbitahan kaugnay ng isinasagawang pagdinig.

Military says it won't tolerate martial law abuses

The Philippine military on Friday said it will not tolerate abuses in the implementation of martial law in Mindanao especially after Congress approved the extension of its implementation for another year.

Dela Rosa grateful PNP overcame trials, had many victories in 2017

Soon-to-be retired Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa on Friday expressed gratitude for the PNP's supposed "many victories" and for overcoming trials in the service in 2017.

Dela Rosa grateful PNP overcame trials, had many victories in 2017

Soon-to-be retired Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa on Friday expressed gratitude for the PNP's supposed "many victories" and for overcoming trials in the service in 2017.

Firefighter killed battling massive California blaze

A firefighter was killed on Thursday while battling a mammoth California wildfire as crews sought to protect coastal cities and towns in the path of flames that have destroyed more than 700 homes.

Firefighter killed battling massive California blaze

A firefighter was killed on Thursday while battling a mammoth California wildfire as crews sought to protect coastal cities and towns in the path of flames that have destroyed more than 700 homes.

Beleaguered Chief Justice Sereno: SC had a good year

MANILA, Philippines — Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, who faces an impeachment complaint at the House of Representatives, on Friday encouraged court empl

New security measures now in place at NAIA as holiday rush begins

New security measures were put into place at the Immigration section of the Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) as balikbayans and Filipinos rush the airport to make their vacation plans.

New security measures now in place at NAIA as holiday rush begins

New security measures were put into place at the Immigration section of the Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) as balikbayans and Filipinos rush the airport to make their vacation plans.

Senators back Noynoy Aquino amid Dengvaxia controversy

Some senators think former President Benigno Aquino III acted in good faith when he gave the go signal on the purchase of Dengvaxia vaccines.

Senators back Noynoy Aquino amid Dengvaxia controversy

Some senators think former President Benigno Aquino III acted in good faith when he gave the go signal on the purchase of Dengvaxia vaccines.

JV naniniwalang di dapat isisi kay Aquino ang pagbili ng dengvaxia

Naniniwala si Senate Committee on Health and Demography chair JV Ejercito na maaaring in good faith o maganda ang layunin ni dating pangulong Benigno Aquino III nang nagdesisyon ito na bumili ng mga dengue vaccine na nagkakahalaga ng P3.5 billion.

Beijing evictions leave migrant workers in limbo as winter deepens

BEIJING --Winter is bringing a frigid existence and an uncertain future for migrant workers in Beijing deprived of electricity and heating as they resist a month-long campaign to evict them from the city's urban villages.

Beijing evictions leave migrant workers in limbo as winter deepens

BEIJING --Winter is bringing a frigid existence and an uncertain future for migrant workers in Beijing deprived of electricity and heating as they resist a month-long campaign to evict them from the city's urban villages.

UN chief presses for release of arrested Reuters journalists in Myanmar

The arrest of two Reuters journalists in Yangon this week was a signal that press freedom is shrinking in Myanmar and the international community must do all it can to get them released, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday.

UN chief presses for release of arrested Reuters journalists in Myanmar

The arrest of two Reuters journalists in Yangon this week was a signal that press freedom is shrinking in Myanmar and the international community must do all it can to get them released, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday.

Maute recruitment continues around Marawi - AFP

MANILA – Remnants of the Islamic State-inspired terrorists from the Maute Group continue to recruit civilians around Marawi City, threatening to disrupt peace once more in the restive Mindanao region, the military said Friday.

China envoy touts 'golden era' in ties with PH

Beijing hailed initiatives undertaken by the two countries in 2017 and lauded Duterte's ambitious infrastructure program dubbed "Build, Build, Build."

AFP says Maute remnants recruiting new members, ensures they will not succeed

Remnants of ISIS-inspired Maute group continue to recruit civilians around Marawi City in exchange for money, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) said Friday.

AFP says Maute remnants recruiting new members, ensures they will not succeed

Remnants of ISIS-inspired Maute group continue to recruit civilians around Marawi City in exchange for money, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) said Friday.

AFP won't tolerate abuses in extended Mindanao martial law

The Armed Forces of the Philippines will not tolerate human rights abuses during the expanded martial law in Mindanao, said Chief of Staff Rey Leonardo Guerrero.

Sereno says judiciary 'takes care of each other'

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno said she and her colleagues were taking care of each other, days after co-magistrates testified at the impeachment hearing against her at the House of Representatives. 

Aquino, Garin face complaints over Dengvaxia mess

MANILA - Former TESDA chief Augusto Syjuco on Friday filed mass murder and plunder charges against former President Benigno Aquino III and former Health Secretary Janette Garin for approving a P3.4 billion dengue vaccination program. 

PH counts cost of dengue vaccine mess

The government may tap the President's social fund should Filipino children who were given a dose of the dengue vaccine develop severe cases of disease, Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said Friday.

BuildEquip: The One-stop Construction Equipment Hiring Shop

Operational since 1972, BuildEquip is a leading equipment and tool hire company in South Africa. If you are thinking about building your home or office building then, BuildEquip is the place to go. They boast an experienced and trained team who will give you expert advice on which equipment to hire.

Products

  • Trestles and Ladders: These heavy duty trestles are mainly observed in constructional sites. DIY home builders can hire ceiling trestle, double sided step ladder for paintingor repairing the greater heights (like the ceiling) of their house. An Extension ladder, builder’s folding trestle, tripod trestle and timber boards are some other equipment offered.
  • Access and Scaffolding: A Quick-stage scaffold system, self-lock scaffolding towers and work-easy scaffold systems are essential components of constructing or repairing a building or an industrial warehouse. A wide range of scaffolding accessories and couplers are also available for hire at BuildEquip.
  • Formwork and Support: Under this section, you will be able to hire column clamps, H2O Beams and Ferrules & a Ferrule jack. Various props and accessories, which support the scaffolds, from Quick-stage to Round column formwork are also rented out.
  • Building and Site Tools: Pick, fencing panel, mortar board, pipe level, sieve, spade and steel profile are some of the tools that you can choose from. 16 different types of working tools are supplied byBuild Equip.
  • Surveying and Measuring: A Dumpy Level is used to survey the height differences. Nylon tape is also available at the hiring equipment facility.
  • Toilets and Storage: Chemical toilet, VIP toilet and flush toilet are affordable and are perfect for construction sites. They can be carried from one place to another due to their simple design. Builders sheds are ideal for housing various tools and equipment. They are secured from four sides and can be easily assembled.

Concrete, welding and lighting equipment, essential for theconstruction of a building are also available. The company provides site cleaning, gardening, trailers and many other tools for hire.

How to Hire
The equipment can be hired directly from their website. During delivery, they make sure that you check the tools and equipment and sign the relevant documents. They are responsible for the condition of the equipment as long as they are under their supervision (in their warehouse and delivery van).

For more information, visit the official website: http://buildequip.co.za

About BuildEquip
BuildEquip provides high-quality equipment and tools for hire throughout South Africa. All of their products are affordable. The company works hand in hand with the safety regulations.

Contact Us:
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5 Danie Uys Street
Kaymor Industrial
Stikland
Bellville

021 948 8127
bellville@buildequip.co.za

The Curchin Group

The Curchin Group, LLC, is a mid-sized accounting firm that’s large on experience. From our roots in Monmouth County, NJ, we have grown and prospered by helping companies achieve their goals for more than half a century.

Address : 200 Schulz Drive, Suite 400, Red Bank, NJ 07701

Phone : 732-747-0500

Website : http://www.curchin.com

NOTICE TO Filipino Overseas Voters in New South Wales

The Philippine Consulate General in Sydney encourages registered Filipino Overseas Voters in New South Wales who have received their ballots packets from COMELEC-Manila for the 2016 Philippine National Elections to send their accomplished ballots to the Consulate as soon as possible.

 

The accomplished ballots may be submitted to the Consulate daily, including on weekends and holidays, from 9:00AM to 5:00PM on 9 April-8 May 2016, and from 9:00AM to 7:00PM on 9 May 2016.

 

For Filipino Overseas Voters who have not yet received their ballots, please check whether your name is in the following lists on the Consulate website, <http://sydneypcg.dfa.gov.ph/list-of-press-releases/406-notice-to-filipino-overseas-voters>:

 

•      Returned-To-Sender (RTS) ballots; and

•      List of voters with incomplete or no mailing address.

 

If your name is on either of the above lists, please contact the Consulate and look for Mr. Jessie Llaneta at Tel. No. 926207377, or send your complete details, e.g., mobile number and mailing address, to sydney.pcg@dfa.gov.ph, or contact the Duty Officer at mobile number 0415-426400.

 

Thank you.

 

Philippine Consulate General, Sydney

20 April 2016

Miss Universe 2015 Winner Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo (Steve Harvey Epic FAIL)

Miss Universe 2015 Winner Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo (Steve Harvey Epic FAIL)

 

Pia Alonzo wins Miss Universe

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Pia Alonzo wins Miss Universe 2015

Pia Alonzo was crowned Miss Universe 2015 on Sunday
She becomes only the third Filipina to win the crown after Gloria Diaz and Margarita Moran

She was crowned amid much confusion after host Steve Harvey initially announced Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez as the winner.

Harvey apologized and said he read the wrong results.