TORONTO:Jamaica’s team to the 2015 Toronto Para Pan American Games is now fully in the metropolitan and diverse city that is making a bid for the 2022 Olympic Games.Chef de mission Randy Jones and attachÈ Edmund Jones arrived in Toronto on Sunday and took up residence in the CIBC Para Pan American Athletes’ Village along Trinity Street, then immediately commenced preparing for the arrival of the team, which touched down yesterday.The mood in the camp is positive and from all indications the Jones’ team has made arrangements for the comfort of the cadre of athletes and officials.The focus is now on executing training sessions, as Jamaica’s athletes set their sights on the Games.LASTCHAMPIONSHIPSTeam captain Tanto Campbell, reflecting on the last championships in Guadalajara, Mexico, hinted that Toronto will be better.”The Toronto connection will be better than the Mexican,” he said.’Toronto we ready’ is the Jamaican team’s theme and president of the Jamaica Paralympic Association, Christopher Samuda, said “we’re not only ready, but we are ready to roll and thunder!”Jamaica will bow into action on Monday, August 10, with ‘The Ambassador’, Alphanso Cunningham, participating in the men’s discus (F51/F52/F53/F57) and newcomer Tevaughn Thomas in the men’s 100m (T45/T46/T47).
Guyanese Dhanraj Mangra and his wife escaped the violence in Guyana to begin a new life in New York City, but twelve years after they made the move to safer shores, the 68-year-old father of five was dead.Mangra was found unconscious on Jamaica Ave. near 207th St. in Queens Village at 20:30h on January 3, cops say. He died at Queens Hospital after a pair of muggers attacked him and he slammed his head against a parked car, hisDead: Guyanese Dhanraj Mangraheartbroken wife said on Thursday.“It’s not right that they killed him,” Bibi Mangra, 63, said about the two creeps as tears streamed down her face. “They want his wallet? Take it. But don’t kill him; he’s an old man, he’s not a young person,” she told New York Daily News.On the night the retired UPS security guard died, his wife, a home health aide who works on Long Island, returned home, fell asleep, and left before sunrise the next morning, thinking her husband was still in bed.“I walked out quietly because I usually don’t wake him,” Mangra said. “I didn’t even realize he still wasn’t home. When I reached work, I kept calling his phone and there was no answer. I started calling my children, but they couldn’t reach him either.“Then the hospital called me and said he died,” she said, choking back tears.Mangra knew something was off when doctors said her husband had died of a heart attack. Mangra said she suspected something was off when doctors told her her husband had died of a heart attack, because “he was a very healthy person.”“He was a very healthy person,” she explained. “I know he’s a strong person. He never complained about stomach pain, anything. I was so surprised to hear (about the heart attack).”She grew more suspicious when she prepared her husband’s funeral. “At the funeral parlor, when I was putting on his clothes, I saw cuts on his forehead and his chin,” she said. “Somebody definitely did this to him.”Police later told her that they are looking for two men who had knocked him down and robbed him.As Mangra fell, he hit his head on a parked car, cops say. The heartless muggers ran off with his iPhone, his credit cards and cash, police said.The Mangras were married for 46 years, and have five grown children.“He was a very good husband,” the grieving widow said. “When I would come home, he would always be cooking something for me.” (NY DailyNews)
The young Donegal actor who plays Rickon Stark in the hit TV series Game of Thrones, says he hopes a threat to close Buncrana’s Gaelcholaiste Chineal Eoghain does not happen.Actor Art ParkinsonThe school currently faces an uncertain future because of a lack of pupils enrolled for next year.Art Parkinson, a fluent Irish speaker, lives in Moville and attends the school. He said that if it were to close it would cause big difficulties for himself and other students.The 13 year old told the Rónán Beo @3 programme on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta that he believes the school has a future.‘It would really upset me if the school closed, because it’s everything to people here in this area. There is only one Irish-medium secondary school in Inishowen. It would be really difficult for me to change to another school, I’d have to do everything through English. I couldn’t go to Letterkenny – it would be a 2 hour journey there and back every day.’Asked whether getting his schooling through Irish was important to him, he said: ‘It’s really important to me and my family. This is our country, and we have to learn our own language, and if we don’t do that what kind of country are we at all?’Queried on whether his acting work had clashed with schooling, he said that the school had been great about it, and that there had been no problems at all so far.Art also revealed that he is not allowed to watch Game of Thrones, where he plays the youngest son of Eddard and Catelyn Stark.‘I got the part when I was 8, and I’m 13 now. It was a great opportunity. I don’t watch the show, because I’m not allowed because it has an 18s cert. My Mam reads all the scripts before I do them to check the story is ok.’Art’s mother, Movania Parkinson, is also an actor, and has played parts in Coronation Street and Heartbeat, however Art revealed that he was not allowed to watch those either. His brother Padhraig is also an actor. Art said that he hopes to study drama in college and continue his acting career.GAME OF THRONES STAR SAYS HE HOPES LOCAL IRISH SCHOOL REMAINS OPEN was last modified: April 25th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Art ParkinsonbuncranadonegalGame Of ThronesIrish schoolmoville
GAA Bingo- Every Thursday Night At 9.00pm In St Mary’s Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome.Spot Prizes Now Up Until Christmas.Match & Win for 06/12/2012 No’s Drawn 4,14,21,24 No Jackpot Winner Next Weeks Jackpot Is €740, €15 Consolation Winners Were Phelim Mclaughlin, Eddie Bradley Altahalla, Joe Grant Maghermore, Caitriona Wilson Meadowhill Letterkenny, Karen O Donnell Crossconnell.DUCK RACE – The Clubs Annual Duck Race Is On St Stephens Day On Binion River At 1pm. The ducks will be launched off the walk over bridge at Binnion River and the race will run towards the mouth of the sea. There are prizes for the first 3 ducks to finish of €150,€100 and €50. Contact Alan 0879029672 or Adrian 0879810304 to get your duck cost is €5.00. The Club Would Like To Thank Joe Joyce For His Continued Support And For Allowing Us To Sell Ducks At Centra Clonmany On Saturday. DUCKS – ANYONE WITH A DUCK FROM LAST YEAR PLEASE TEXT ADRIAN OR ALAN WITH YOUR DUCKS NUMBER ASAP THANKS. SENIOR DINNER DANCE In The Ballyliffen Hotel On Friday 11th January 2013 Music By The Glenshane Country Band Tickets €25,AVAILABLE FROM ALL CLUB MEMBERS, tickets would make a good Christmas Gift too. A.G.M – This year’s Annual General Meeting took place on Sunday Thank You to Everyone who attended the following officers were appointed for 2013. President: Father Charlie Logue. Vice Presidents: Charlie Farren, John Joe Cleary, John Joe McDaid. Chairperson: Danny Friel. Vice Chairperson: Danny Kelly. Secretary: David Hession. Assistant Secretary: Nicola Lagan. Treasurer: John Friel. Assistant Secretary: Rose Kelly.P.R.O: Liz O’Neill. Cultural Officer: Patsy Devlin. Childrens Officer: Susan McCarron. Coaching Officer: Alan Friel. Club Merchandise – Another Christmas Gift Idea from club hats, gear bags, hoodies and jackets something for everyone Contact Alan Friel 0879029672. Club Website www.urris.gaa.ie. Any items for the notes please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening. GAA NEWS: URRIS CLUB NOTES was last modified: December 10th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Urris GAA club notes
The 2018 North West Women in Farming event was a successful night of shared information and experiences among local women in the industry.This year’s meet-up in Letterkenny on Thursday 24th May was described by attendees as excellent, brilliant and emotional. An mix of essential information, humour and poignant messages by speakers were shared on Thursday 24th May at the North West Women in Farming meeting, organised by Hannah McNelis, hosted by CoLab in LYIT and sponsored by IFA.Speakers included Geraldine O’Sullivan, Stella McGroarty, Nicola McLaughlin, Donna Maskery and Joanne Gallagher. Speakers, Nicola McLaughlin, Stella McGroarty, Geraldine O’Sullivan, Hannah McNelis, Joanne Gallagher and Donna Maskey at the North West Women in Farming event in the CoLab on Thursday last. Photo Clive WassonHannah Mc Nelis, event organiser said “I have to admit I was worried no one would turn up, such a beautiful evening for farming it was a great surprise to have so many women in attendance on the night”.Hannah Mc Nelis event organiser. Photo Clive WassonNicola McLaughlin presented ‘a day in my life’ with beautiful pictures from Hillhead Farm, in Shrove Greencastle. She provided an introduction to farming techniques and practices that her family have trialled and adopted to maximise the potential of the farm.Nicola McLaughlin who presented ‘a day in my life’ with beautiful pictures from Hillhead Farm, in Shrove Greencastle. Photo Clive WassonFarming women at the North West Women in Farming event in the CoLab on Thursday last. Photo Clive WassonNicola painted a positive picture for the future opportunities available to young women in farming and is an ambassador for hard work and determination working three jobs at one time to pursue her interests in agricultural practices.For Donna Maskery it was a difficult and emotional night as she talked openly for the first time about the weeks and months up to and after losing her younger brother, Aaron Scott to suicide in 2012. Donna Maskery who spoke of her involvement in Donegal Mind Wellness at the North West Women in Farming event in the CoLab on Thursday last. Photo Clive WassonDonna Maskey’s late brother Aaron ScottAlthough this part of the night was very emotional and difficult the key messages that Donna focussed on were ones of hope and positivity as she stressed the need for us all to engage with wellness practices such as the Stress control training being delivered throughout the county supported by Majella O’Donnell’s charity ‘Donegal Mind Wellness’.Donna is one of the individuals getting trained up to deliver Stress Control Training, which is free to attend and she would advocate for everyone to get involved in training of this sort.Donna said “the aim of stress control training is to equip us with the skills to be able to identify when stress is starting to play too big a part in our lives and provide us with the tools to be able to control it. We all have stress in our lives and we are all different in our ability to cope and manage it, Stress Control techniques enables us to become our own therapists”.Farmers at the North West Women in Farming event in the CoLab on Thursday last. Photo Clive WassonDonna also provided information on the five steps to wellbeing and the work of Pieta House. Dates for September 2018 Stress Control Training are being arranged and will be available on the website www.donegalmindwellness.ie in August.Geraldine O’Sullivan from IFA. Photo Clive WassonGeraldine O’Sullivan from IFA presented information on Pensions, Fair Deals and Farm Family matters. She provided practical tips to ensure people can access information on entitlements and to ensure they are aware of changes in legislation. She talked about the progressive work being undertaken by IFA on programmes such as ‘Fair Deals ‘to ensure the questionably named programme better supports farming families in the future. Stella McGroarty. Photo Clive WassonStella McGroarty had the audience grinning from ear to ear as she reminisced with stories of her childhood on their family farm in Roscommon and how she believes her early farming experiences instilled strong work ethics and ultimately shaped her journey as she works hard to support Fairtrade, ethically sourced, natural fabrics and make them available to the women of Donegal through her beautiful rustic boutique in Donegal Town.Joanne Gallagher from LYIT speaking at the North West Women in Farming event in the CoLab on Thursday last. Photo Clive WassonJoanne Gallagher from LYIT described the progressive work being undertaken by LYIT as it continues to develop, expand and improve the services and products on offer. LYIT is fast gaining a reputation as one of the most inclusive, progressive education providers in the Country with student numbers growing year on year.North West Women in Farming was formed in 2017 to bring a network of like-minded women together, give them an opportunity to meet socially, share experiences, learn through training and from each other and provide information on key topics.Click here to join the NWWF Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/285686865199758/ In Pictures: Local women in farming host annual meet-up was last modified: May 29th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:north west women in farming
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest No significant changes this morning to our nearby forecasts. We have scattered showers and light rain hanging around through the day today and it will finally be moving away to the east tomorrow morning. We can see additional rain totals of .25”-.5” today in the heaviest areas, and a few hundredths to a tenth or two elsewhere. Rain coverage approaches 70% today.We turn drier tomorrow as rain leaves the region. Clouds linger over the state through at least the first half of the day, but we should see sunshine eventually win out. We are dry for all of Thursday and the start of Friday as well. Our next front is still on track for late Friday afternoon and evening, but it is showing less moisture as it moves through. Right now we are pulling rain totals back to a few hundredths to .25”, still over 90% of the state. This will be a welcome change, as it really will allow for shorter delays in fieldwork. Temps do move cooler behind the front.A nice dry window holds from Saturday afternoon through the balance of the weekend, Monday and Tuesday. Temps will slowly build from slightly below normal levels to near normal by the end of Tuesday.A strong cold front passes next Wednesday. This front brings rains of .5”-1” over 90% of Ohio. There can be some good thunderstorm action with this front. Rains finally end early Thursday morning. Models are starting to suggest this morning that this front could also be less impressive, much like our Friday front. However, we think that most of the lack of moisture is coming from a perceived lack of thunderstorm action, an idea we are not keen on leaving just yet. IF we see strong winds push up the leading edge of the front, there should be ample chances for instability to develop. So, we are leaving rain totals alone for now, but will continue to monitor.As mentioned yesterday, the extended period has a nice dry window from next Thursday afternoon right on through the 8th. Cooler Canadian air will be moving in for the period, but we still should be warm enough to spur decent evaporation and a return to fieldwork, so long as moisture stays at bay.
This is your chance to share your favorite Trackable stories. Trackables have completed missions to travel the globe, find famous landmarks and compete in Travel Bug races.The three stories with the most likes at the end of the week of September 23rd, 2012 will all be entered to win a rare and coveted geocoin. The winner will receive the latest Moun10bike geocoin.Enter your best Trackable story for a chance to win this geocoinSubmit your Trackable story by clicking on “Comments” below. Please include your Geocaching.com username in all entries. Then, explore the Trackable stories other geocachers have posted.One entry per geocacher. “Like” the caption that you think should win. Geocaching.com Lackeys will vote from the top finalists to decide the winner of the Moun10bike geocoin. Das ist Deine Chance, Deine favorisierte Trackable-Story mit anderen zu teilen. Die Trackables haben Ihre Missionen abgeschlossen wie: um die Welt reisen, berühmte Wahrzeichen zu finden und in Travel Bug Rennen zu konkurieren.Die drei Geschichten mit den meisten “Gefällt mir”-Einträgen bis zum 23. September 2012, nehmen an der Verlosung einer seltenen und begehrten Geocoin teil. Der Gewinner erhält die neueste Moun10Bike Geocoin.Reiche Deine Trackable-Story durch Klicken auf “Kommentare” weiter unten ein. Bitte gib Deinen Benutzernamen auf Geocaching.com bei allen Einträgen an. Danach entdecke Trackable-Geschichten welche andere Geocacher gepostet haben.Es zählt nur ein Eintrag pro Geocacher. Drücke “Gefällt mir”, wenn Du der Meinung bist diese Geschichte sollte gewinnen. Die Geocaching.com Lackeys werden dann, aus den Finalisten, den Gewinner der Moun10Bike Geocoin auswählen.ADDITIONAL TRACKABLE STORIES:Zusätzliche Trackable Geschichten:Check out the Travel Bug that’s traveled far enough to circle the globe 8 times… and is still moving (and moving, and moving…)Schau Dir den Travel Bug an, der so weit gereist ist, um den Globus 8 Mal zu umrunden… und er ist immer noch unterwegs (und bewegt sich und bewegt sich…)Learn and share Trackable EtiquettePrüfe und schaue Dir die Trackable Etikette anShop Now to Find Trackable Week Discounts of 10% or MoreFinde jetzt Rabatte von 10% oder mehr während der Trackable-Woche(Für Trackables von teilnehmenden Anbietern)Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedTrackable Week Begins Monday!September 8, 2012In “Community”Everything You Ever Needed to Know about Trackables – A Geocaching.com PresentationSeptember 20, 2012In “Learn”Ready, Set, Go: The Great Geocaching Block Party 2013 Travel Bug Race!September 21, 2012In “Community”
Separatist Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik on Wednesday ruled out any dialogue with the Centre saying “there could be no talks with the fascist forces.”BJP president Amit Shah recently ruled out dialogue with those who do not repose faith in the Indian Constitution.Addressing a seminar titled ‘Resolution of Kashmir Dispute — Prelude to peace, Guarantee to stability’ in Srinagar, Mr. Malik alleged, “New Delhi is following [a] fascist ideology and there is a need to defeat it by strong collective strong resistance.”With the rise of the BJP, Mr. Malik said, there is waning faith in the dialogue process.“The former Home Minister is being hounded, the Opposition is being shut forcibly, minorities are chased and artists don’t feel safe. This leaves no scope for any dialogue,” said Mr. Malik.Mr. Malik blamed New Delhi’s policies for the growing militancy in Kashmir. “The present regime is trying to create a fear among people. The atrocities committed against the youth is the reason behind them joining the armed resistance,” he said.Pressing for rightsMuslim Conference head Prof. Abdul Gani Bhat said, “Oneness is the call of the times. There is need to remain united and press for our rights.”He claimed world attention is now on the Kashmir issue because the U.S. and China, the two powerful countries, “are deeply involved.” “India and Pakistan have to resolve the Kashmir issue through a proper dialogue,” he added.The seminar was held on the death anniversary of Mirwaiz Moulvi Farooq, who was assassinated on May 21 in 1990. However, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was placed under house arrest and not allowed to address it.
The problem of drug abuse in Punjab over the years has largely been focused on males even as experts and studies point out that the number of women addicted to drugs is rising “alarmingly” in the State.Social stigma, state of denial and lack of exclusive facilities are the key reasons why women are not seeking help, experts have pointed out.The State government has been providing various treatment options for the youth, primarily focused on males. Punjab has 31 government de-addiction centres but there’s only one centre exclusively for women — in Kapurthala — that was set up in 2017.“On the basis of clinical experience, I can safely say that the problem of drug abuse among women is increasing in Punjab. The national survey on drug abuse happened around 15 years back, where there was no mention of females, but now their numbers are figuring in surveys, which itself is indicative of the rising problem of drug abuse,” Dr. Subodh B.N. from the department of Psychiatry in the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh told The Hindu.‘20 cases every year’“While 15 years back, we used to hardly see any drug- related cases of females, of late we are treating 15-20 women patients per annum. Moreover, amid fear of stigma most women do not come forward for treatment, which means the actual numbers are likely to be higher. These rising numbers is indeed worrying. An urgent attention is required to address the problem,” said Dr. Subodh.The recent study titled ‘Epidemiology of Substance Use and Dependence in the State of Punjab’, by the faculty of PGIMER, published in March 2018 in an indexed international journal, says that in Punjab almost 4.1 million people have been found to be using one substance or the other (licit or illicit) at least once in their lifetime. Among the lifetime users, 4 million were men and around 0.1 million were women. Number of people dependent on any substance in their lifetime was 3.2 million, with 3.1 million men and 0.1 million women. Licit substances consist of alcohol and tobacco, and illicit substances are opioids, cannabinoids, inhalants, stimulants, and sedatives. In terms of projected numbers, there were about 4.1 million lifetime users of licit substances and for illicit substances, the corresponding figure was 0.5 million.Opioids (heroin, smack, crude opium, poppy husk etc) were by far the most commonly used illicit drugs in the State. As per the study, 2,02,817 males and 10,658 females were found to be ‘lifetime dependent’ on opioids as per ICD-10 criteria. Interestingly, while 1,56,942 males were found to be ‘currently dependent’ on opioids (as per ICD-10 criteria) the figure of females was 10,658, which the experts believe is “alarming” and needs to be addressed urgently.Apart from the PGIMER study, the Punjab Opioid Dependence Survey (PODS), 2014-15, which exclusively focussed on opioid dependence, found 1% of females to be opioid dependants. The data was collected from a total of 3,620 opioid-dependent individuals across 10 districts. Based on analysis of the data, and after projecting these figures to the total population of the State, the size of opioid-dependent population in Punjab was estimated at 2,32,856.“The figures of this study seem to be the micro-tip of an iceberg, as these were cases that came at least once to the treatment facility. So we can very well imagine that there must be a large number which never ever sought any help,” Dr. Sandeep Bhola, associated with Outpatient Opioid Assisted Treatment in Kapurthala, told The Hindu. “The two main reasons for this seem to be social stigma and lack of exclusive facilities for females,” says Dr. Bhola.Only one centre He adds that at the government’s sole de-addiction centre for women in Kapurthala, as many as 15 women have undergone treatment since July 2017. “Two women are currently under treatment. If more such centres are opened, it will help address this rising problem,” says Dr. Bhola.The Navjivan rehabilitation centre at Daulatpur in Patiala, which is privately run, has been witnessing an increase in queries on treatment of female drug addicts even though the centre caters only to males.Rohit Puri, who is in charge of the centre, says: “We suggest they go to Delhi or Amritsar where there are private centres, exclusively for women, which can offer them privacy.”Mr. Puri says that the female patients come from varied sections of society — rich, poor, educated and uneducated. “Only last month a woman aged around 35 had come to our centre for consultation. She was addicted to opioid substances and belonged to a conservative family. Females from liberal family backgrounds also get in touch with us for treatment,” he adds.Another study on Punjab, conducted by The Institute for Development and Communication (2001), which covered eight districts of Punjab namely Patiala, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Ferozpur, Muktsar and Hoshiarpur, had revealed that consumption of poppy husk (bhukki), tablets and capsules were most popular amongst women.
Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAlaska is in the middle of its worst losing streak in franchise history but brash forward Calvin Abueva is not a bit bothered.Despite losing its 10th straight game, Abueva is confident the Aces are capable of entering the PBA Governors’ Cup playoffs and turning their fortunes around.ADVERTISEMENT “We’ll make the playoffs and of course we’ll return the favor to Phoenix,” said Abueva who finished with eight points, seven rebounds, five assists, and three blocks.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “We’re really not that concerned,” said Abueva in Filpino Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena after losing to Phoenix 95-93.“We will come back and of course we’ll do something to stop this losing streak.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsAlaska is 0-2 so far in the PBA Governors’ Cup but it lost eight straight games at the close of the Commissioner’s Cup.The Aces’ latest loss was a hard blow with Fuel Masters’ Eugene Phelps dealing the final jab at the buzzer. FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet Dellavedova surprised with PBA’s physicality Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim LATEST STORIES Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo View comments Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant