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Anti-Prostitution Law Must Have More Teeth
Thursday, 10 January 2008

Olongapo City mayor James Gordon Jr signed Executive Order 67 forming a composite team to check on entertainment businesses and enforce City Ordinance No. 28, Series of 1995 prohibiting indecent acts in public places, but cause-oriented groups want task force to enforce an Anti-Prostitution ordinance aiming to eliminate prostitution and penalize perpetrators and patrons of prostitution in the city.

Land From PNB And Houses From GK
Sunday, 06 January 2008

A parcel of land with a total area of more than one hectares and situated in Lubao, Pampanga is being donated by the Philippines National Bank (PNB) to the provincial government of Pampanga for the construction of adequate homes for the homeless to be taken as a task by the Gawad Kalinga (GK).

Pampanga First, Bulacan Second
Saturday, 05 January 2008

In terms of land area, Nueva Ecija is the largest province in Central Luzon. Zambales is runner-up, Aurora is in the third place, Tarlac is in the fourth place, Bulacan is in the fifth place, and Pampanga and Bataan are in the sixth and seventh places, respectively.

In terms of population, Pampanga is the most populous in all Central Luzon provinces. Bulacan is the runner-up. Nueva Ecija is in the third place, Tarlac is in the fourth place, Zambales is in the fifth place, and Bataan and Aurora are in the sixth and seventh places, respectively.

Olongapo Aimed High
Thursday, 03 January 2008

Olongapo a city located at the southern part of Zambales and known for its slogan "Aim High Olongapo"  was selected for the fifth time as the regional winner for 2007 in  the annual search for Child-Friendly City. Since the search was begun in 1999, the city has won it for three consecutive years in 2001, 2002 and 2003, and again for two consecutive years in 2006 and 2007.

Save The Aetas
Monday, 31 December 2007

Throughout the duration of the fresh meeting of the Regional Sagip Kalinga Task Force at the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), it was observed that during Yuletide, Aetas and other native peoples come together to urban places  to ask for charities. To stop the native peoples from exposing themselves to dangerous and harsh environment, anxious government establishment and local government units planned to guarantee that proper government services be supplied to communicate directly and answer to the requirements of native peoples.

Balanga City Living Rosary
Monday, 19 November 2007

The City of Balanga once more bore witness to the great devotion of Bataenos as the yearly Marian procession to close the Rosary month of October winded the streets of this great city of the north.

Young and old gathered in the plaza of Balanga to form a Living Rosary on the night of the 30th of October 2007. Led by the presbyters of the Cathedral-Parish of St. Joseph, together with the different congregations, students, and lay faithful, the City of Balanga stood in prayer before the image of the Blessed Mother as whiffs of incense rose to the highest heavens. 

Monasterio of the Risen Christ of Tarlac
Tuesday, 13 November 2007

O crux ave spes unica. Monasterio of the Risen Christ of Tarlac; home of the Cross of Christ.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis-dona nobis pacem!

With these words, the Baptizer–the voice crying in the wilderness–made ready the way of the Messiah more than 2,000 years ago, in fulfilment of the Father’s plan of salvation. With these same words sung in Gregorian chant filling the air, we ascended the mountain village of Lubigan, Tarlac towards the Monasterio de Tarlac to pay homage to a relic of the Cross of Christ Himself.

The History of the Hallowed Ground
Sunday, 09 September 2007
Books had told us that Bataan was the starting point of the infamous Death March that happened years during the Japanese Era and the site of huge cross on top of the mountain, popularly known as the Shrine of Valor. But that is only the information that books gave us. Little of us know the history of our great province. Even I don’t fully know the history of the hallowed ground. All I know was that we were colonize by the different countries, we fought and then the rest is now written in history books. Or maybe, not written at all.
10,000 New Jobs Generated
Monday, 19 March 2007

The Clark Development Corporation declared that more than ten thousand new jobs were produced at the Clark Special Economic Zone, and increased employment figures from 36,883 in 2005 to an all time high of 47,481 in 2006.

SM City provided jobs to 455 new regular employees. Cyber City Teleservices Inc., also provided jobs to greater than 6000 workers. Sutherland Global Services provided jobs to 666 new workers after just a few months of operations. Itellirisk management Corporation provided jobs 192 workers after its opening last September. Electronic firms also had a share to the increased number of jobs in CSEZ with 865 new hires last year.

Rice Seeds Technology
Saturday, 17 March 2007

With the celebration of the opening of a 2.6-million US dollar modern and integrated rice processing complex that would lower post-harvest losses combined with good seeds technology, it is possible that Aurora could come out into view as the country’s top rice producer on the basis of per capita production.

On the basis of 120 cavans of rice production per hectare, Aurora has a good possibility of becoming the country’s next rice granary.

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