Constellation Brands Announces Expiration of Tender Offers for Outstanding Series of Its 3.20% and 4.25% Senior Notes Due 2023 and Delivery of Notices of Redemption for Remaining 3.20% and 4.25% Senior Notes Due 2023

VICTOR, N.Y., May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE: STZ and STZ.B), a leading beverage alcohol company, announced today that the previously announced series of cash tender offers (the “Offers”) for any and all of its outstanding 3.20% Senior Notes due 2023 (the “3.20% notes”) and 4.25% Senior Notes due 2023 (the “4.25% […]

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[INVNT GROUP] The Global BrandStory Project® Drives Web3 Innovation in World-First Collaboration with Lamborghini, Steve Aoki, Krista Kim, and RM Sotheby’s

The 1:1 NFT plus the last physical Aventador Coupé auction closed at $1.6MM – placing the purchase price in the top 10 brand new Lamborghinis ever sold at auction. New York, NY, May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — [INVNT GROUP] The Global BrandStory Project, in collaboration with Lamborghini, leading metaverse artist Krista Kim, 2x Grammy-nominated […]

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WillScot Mobile Mini Acquires Regional Storage Services Provider

PHOENIX, May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings Corp. (“WillScot Mobile Mini” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: WSC), a North American leader in modular space and portable storage solutions, today announced that it has acquired the rental fleet and related assets from Georgia Storage Containers, Inc. The transaction was funded with cash on […]

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Colliers adds building consultancy and project management leader in the United Kingdom

Brings scale and additional capabilities to accelerate growth TORONTO and LONDON, May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Leading diversified professional services and investment management company, Colliers (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI), announced today it has acquired a majority interest in Paragon Building Consultancy Holdings Limited (“Paragon”), one of the UK’s top independent building consultancy and project […]

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Philips receives FDA 510(k) clearance for latest breakthrough high-performance MR 7700 system

May 9, 2022 MR 7700 imaging system features an enhanced gradient system for unmatched performance and precision, delivering Philips’ highest image quality to help improve diagnostic outcomes Newest MR innovation from Philips integrates artificial intelligence [1] for improved workflow to enhance patient and staff experience Philips is the first to bring multi nuclei to clinical […]

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The First Artist Collaboration for ‘Project B-Idol’ Music NFT to Be Produced by ‘INIMI’, the Music Artist Collective Directed by SUNNY BOY

Limited-Edition Music NFTs To Launch On PlayMining NFT Premier Platform Featured Image for Digital Entertainment Asset Pte.Ltd SINGAPORE, May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Singapore-based global GameFi company Digital Entertainment Asset Pte. Ltd (DEA) has unveiled the launch of its first artist collaboration for its upcoming NFT digital idol project titled “Project B-idol.” The […]

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PH Covid-19 cases daily average for May 2-8 down to 161

The country’s daily average Covid-19 cases went down to 161 on May 2 to 8, or 20 percent lower than the previous week, the Department of Health (DOH) reported Monday. Cases averaged 200 per day from April 25 to May 1. In its latest case bulletin, the DOH said there are 1,124 new cases of the coronavirus and 42 verified deaths in the recent week. For the same period, 14 cases were added to the tally of severe and critical infections, now 611. Only 16.8 percent or 474 out of…

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Elderly, PWDs unfazed by health conditions to cast votes

No matter what their age and health conditions are, elderly citizens and persons with disabilities (PWD) were among the early voters at Claro M. Recto High School in Sampaloc, Manila on Monday. Most of them wanted to avoid overcrowding by mid-morning or near closing time. Accompanied by a relative, 67-year-old Generosa Lo said it is her responsibility to choose the country’s next leader who has a heart for the elderly. “Maayos naman ang naging pagboto ko hindi ako masyadong matagal kasi inuuna nila ang mga senior (The voting process was…

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Baguio adopts health framework to implement UHC law

The city government has approved an ordinance that would ensure that the Universal Health Care Act (UHCA) and other health programs of the government are properly implemented and would reach every resident. In a phone interview on Sunday evening, chief city information officer Aileen Refuerzo said Resolution 177-2022 adopts the provisions and principles contained in Department of Health (DOH) Administrative Order 2021-0063 or the Health Promotion Framework Strategy (HPFS) 2030 into the local government health system. The HPSF 2030 serves as the overall national health promotion road map and basis…

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500 cops act as poll officers to defuse tension in Cotabato City

More than 500 police personnel are serving as Electoral Board (EB) members here to diffuse intense political rivalry, a police official said Monday. Brig. Gen. Pablo Labra II, deputy director for administration of the Police Regional Office–Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (PRO-BARMM), assured the police officers have been trained to administer the elections. “These police officers were trained to operate vote-counting machines (VCMS) in the city’s more than 100 clustered precincts,” Labra, who is also head of the Regional Special Operation Task Group Cotabato City and Maguindanao (RSTOG CoMag),…

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8 nabbed as scuffle ensues between N. Ecija poll rivals’ camps

Eight people, including a police officer, were arrested Sunday night following a tension that broke between security personnel of two mayoral candidates in San Antonio, Nueva Ecija. In a report to Brig. General Matthew P. Baccay, regional director of Police Regional Office-Central Luzon on Monday, arrested were security personnel of incumbent Mayor Arvin Salonga and mayoral candidate Agripino Javier – Benedicto Figueroa, Rances John Lozada, Jerick Santos, Herbert Bundalian, Gerry Vincent Vicente, Arturo Garcia, Arnold Labugin, and Cpl. Edgardo Nitoliano, assigned at the Regional Mobile Force Battalion 3. Baccay said…

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Slain ASG member yields bomb components after Basilan clash

Troops recovered bomb components following a clash that resulted in the death of an Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) member in Basilan province, a top police official said Monday. Brig. Gen. Franco Simoborio, Police Regional Office-9 (PRO-9) director, said the slain ASG fighter, 34-year-old Adzhar Alih Anding, was killed in an encounter with the Army’s Special Forces around 3:10 a.m. Saturday in Barangay Baluno, Isabela City, the capital of Basilan province. Simborio said the troops recovered from the slain ASG member bomb components consisting of a kilogram of C4 explosive, six…

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May 9 polls to test Filipinos’ political will, unity: Danao

Philippine National Police (PNP) officer-in-charge Lt. Gen. Vicente Danao Jr. said that Monday’s national and local elections will test the country’s political will and unity of the people. “Indeed, this is another historical milestone that will test the mettle of government security forces in handling a national event of this scope and magnitude. But more importantly, this election will test our political will and unity as a sovereign people to guarantee the exercise of this democratic right that is free from fear, violence, fraud, disinformation and social dislocation,” he said.…

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12 gun ban violators fall in Surigao Norte town

Twelve alleged members of a private armed group were arrested while high-powered firearms were seized in a two-day joint operation of a police and military team in the Surigao del Norte town of Malimono. Maj. Dorothy Tumulak, the Police Regional Office in Caraga (PRO-13) information officer, said the operations carried out Sunday netted 12 suspects and four more were arrested on Monday. “The local police office in Malimono town first received information on Sunday on the presence of armed men in Purok 4, Barangay Binocaran,” Tumulak said. She said police,…

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P1-M ‘shabu’ seized in Bacolod drug bust

A woman was arrested during a police buy-bust that led to the recovery of PHP1.054 million worth of suspected shabu in Barangay 5 here on Sunday night, a report of the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) showed. The suspect was identified as Liza “Inday” Lausa, 54, a resident of Fiesta Homes, Barangay Sum-ag. At 7:45 p.m., she sold a sachet of the prohibited substance amounting to PHP12,500 to a poseur buyer during the operation along 17th Street. Lausa also yielded one knot-tied and 10 heat-sealed plastic sachets of shabu placed…

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Election under control despite VCMs’ glitches: Comelec

Despite some glitches in the use of vote-counting machines (VCMs) in some precincts, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Monday said the election is still under control. “We would like to assure everybody that the Comelec is in full control of what is happening right now. The election is still ongoing,” Comelec Commissioner George Garcia said during a press conference at the PICC in Pasay City. Though there were glitches, Garcia noted no single ballot was reportedly “missing.” “We would like to assure the public that these are anticipated,” he…

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Local candidate’s house in Tawi-Tawi yields high-powered firearms

Policemen on Sunday seized 10 high-powered firearms and other weapons in a Tawi-Tawi. Aside from the high-powered firearms, authorities also seized a handgun, a baseball bat and other assorted deadly weapons consisting bolos and knives, Maj. Winston Botengan, police chief of Sapa-Sapa municipality, said in a statement Monday. Botengan said the weapons were seized when policemen responded to the reported presence of some 150 unidentified armed men staying at the residence of a local candidate around 1:50 p.m. Sunday in Barangay Top-Top Banaran, Sapa-Sapa. “The responding policemen were about to…

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Let go of hatred, unite for country: Lacson

Senator Panfilo Lacson anticipates living a normal life as a civilian in his home province of Cavite in case he does not win the presidency. Farming is included in his retirement plans. “Yeah, farming. It is something I will do. I will go back to farming in Silang,” Lacson told the media after casting his ballot at Bayan Luma 1 Elementary School in Imus City a little past 7 a.m. on Monday. Recovering and regaining his strength after three months on the campaign trail nationwide is another. He said he…

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Manhunt on for killers of 3 village watchmen

A manhunt has been ordered against still-unidentified men who shot dead three village watchmen near a voting center in Buluan, Maguindanao on Monday morning. Lt. Cemafranco Cemacio, Buluan police chief, said the victims were sitting inside a parked village patrol vehicle when gunmen in a separate vehicle passed by and opened fire on them at past 8 a.m. Cemacio was unable to identify the victims pending an ongoing investigation. Former Mayor Ibrahim “Dong” Mangudadatu said in a phone interview the victims were members of the town’s Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team…

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Rainy election day in Mindanao; fair weather in Luzon, Visayas

Fair and warm weather will prevail over Luzon and the Visayas, while Mindanao will experience rains on election day, a forecaster said. The intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) affecting Mindanao will cause cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms over the island. “Take precautions during light to moderate, to at times heavy rains as these may cause floods and landslides,” Aldczar Aurelio of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said. He added that there is no weather disturbance and low pressure area currently being monitored inside and…

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Power supply remains sufficient on election day

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) said power supply remains sufficient during the national and local elections on Monday. As of 1 p.m., NGCP said the three grids are all in normal operation. Compared to its outlook last Friday, power supply in the Luzon grid increased to 14,043 megawatts in the afternoon, while actual demand of 8,035 MW was lower than the forecast demand of 9,989 MW. This has left the Luzon grid with a higher spare capacity of 6,368 MW. The same situation was observed in Visayas…

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Cebu, Central Visayas see high voter turnout

Unfazed by long queues at the polling precincts, voters in Cebu province and the Central Visayas region flocked to the various public schools to cast their ballots on Monday. Lawyer Jerome Brillantes, Commission on Elections (Comelec)-Cebu supervisor, observed an overwhelming turnout of voters, evidenced by stretches of lines outside the schools. Polling centers enforced minimum health standards such as physical distancing and limited the number of persons inside the clustered precincts to prevent overcrowding which may cause spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). Election officers noted a throng of early…

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Blast rocks NoCot town amid voting

An improvised bomb went off on election day near a voting center in the North Cotabato town of Kabacan. Lt. Col. John Miridel Calinga,Kabacan police chief, said the blast happened at about 9:35 a.m. near the Kabacan Pilot Elementary School in Barangay Poblacion. The explosive, triggered through a mobile phone, was fashioned from a 60mm mortar explosive left beside the road at the back of the school where voting was ongoing. “Nobody was hurt and the blast did not stop voters from casting their votes,” Calinga said in an interview.…

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Long lines mar early morning voting in Bulacan

Voters here are unfazed by long queues going to their precincts as they choose their next leaders on Monday. At the Pantoc Elementary School, there are two regular voting lines stretching as long as half a kilometer on each side as of 9 a.m. Voters have to also endure the summer heat during the long queue. A voter here shared that it took him two hours to vote as he queued around 7 a.m. He left his precinct past 9 a.m. Long lines are expected during this election, the country’s…

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74 typhoon-hit S. Leyte villages make do with generators, lamps

At least 74 villages in Southern Leyte are using generators and solar lamps to ensure uninterrupted voting in communities hit by Typhoon Odette, a local power cooperative reported on Monday. Southern Leyte Electric Cooperative (Soleco) Jonathan Empeno said they made sure of the availability of standby generators in villages where linemen are still working to restore facilities damaged by the destructive typhoon late last year. “Village officials provided the generators and we distributed solar lights from the Department of Energy. All these efforts are in coordination with the Commission on…

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Presidential bet Gonzales casts vote in Bataan

Former National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales, who is running for president, cast his vote on Monday in a village here where he hails. Addressed as Norgon or Norbie, he is No. 81 in the lists of registered voters at polling precinct 123-A of the M. Delos Reyes Elementary School in Barangay Puerto Rivas Itaas, this city. Before and after voting, Gonzales posed for pictures with some local residents. Gonzales, also the former Secretary of the Department of National Defense, noted the orderly but short line of voters in his precinct.…

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Win or lose, Sara to hold thanksgiving events for supporters

Whether she wins or loses in the May 9 polls, vice presidential bet Mayor Sara Z. Duterte said Monday that her camp has prepared thanksgiving activities from May 10 to 13 for individuals and groups that helped her candidacy. “We have prepared thanksgiving activities to personally thank them for their help for the past 90 days campaign,” she said in an interview. Duterte said she will be in Manila on May 10 to meet her supporters at the Lakas–Christian Muslim Democrats headquarters. “We scheduled it per group. I will meet…

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9 hurt as series of blasts rock Maguindanao on eve of polls

Additional security forces were deployed here and to adjacent Shariff Aguak town after a series of blasts rocked the two areas Sunday evening. At least nine persons were hurt in a series of grenade attacks at the municipal grounds here around 7 pm. “Three blasts hit Datu Unsay and a few minutes later in nearby Shariff Aguak town which is about 500 meters away,” Col. Jibin Bongcayao, Maguindanao police director, said in an interview Monday. Nobody was injured in the Shariff Aguak blast, Bongcayao said. Bongcayao said the blast victims…

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No decision yet to extend voting hours: Comelec

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) is not supportive of calls to extend the voting hours amid reports that some precincts did not open on time. According to Comelec Commissioner George Garcia, there is no reason to extend voting nationwide since the reported delays due to power outages which are only minimal and have already been resolved. “The extension of voting, at this point, is negative. Up until this time, the Comelec en Banc has decided that voting will be until 7 p.m. Nothing will justify (the) extension of voting at…

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2K VCMs encountered issues before start of voting

Some 2,000 vote counting machines (VCMs) have encountered some issues before the opening of polling places, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said on Monday. According to Comelec Commissioner George Garcia, there are 1,867 VCMs that malfunctioned and needed to be repaired. “They weren’t all replaced. The technicians were able to resolve the issues,” he said. Among the reported problems are paper jam (940), rejected ballots (606), VCM scanner (158), VCM printer not printing (87), and VCM not printing properly (76). The poll body official said that 10 VCMs required replacements.…

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Legarda casts vote early; not saying ‘goodbye’ to Antiqueños

UniTeam senatorial candidate Loren Legarda on Monday was one of the first voters to arrive in Barangay Mag-aba in the Municipality of Pandan in this province and queued up at the express lane for seniors while waiting for her turn to be admitted at Precinct 26. Arriving a few minutes before the 6 a.m. opening of the polling center, Legarda, 62, told the media that she was looking forward to a safe, orderly, and peaceful election. “I am not saying goodbye to Antiqueños for I will continue to serve the…

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Elections in Central Luzon go smoothly despite minor glitches

The conduct of the local and national elections in Central Luzon went smoothly on Monday despite minor glitches in the operation of vote counting machines (VCMs) in some polling precincts in the region. Lawyer Elmo Duque, assistant regional director of the Commission on Elections (Comelec), said as of early Monday afternoon, there were at least 26 VCMs and four secure digital or SD cards that were found defective in a number of polling precincts in Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Bataan, Aurora, Pampanga, and Tarlac. He, however, said the glitches have…

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Minor vote counting machine issues in Malabon quickly resolved

Minor glitches experienced by vote-counting machines (VCMs) in a Malabon City public school were quickly resolved before noon, an official said Monday. Melibeth Ruiz, principal of the Concepcion Elementary School (CES), said a VCM in cluster 41 with precinct numbers 100A, 100B, 100C, 101A malfunctioned and failed to accept shaded ballots. “Mayroon lang kaming naencounter ngayon ngayon lang, ,may isang VCM na ayaw magbasa ng balota ng tuloy-tuloy so nagkaroon kami ng delay dahil kinakailangan ipasok ng paulit-ulit yung mga balota para basahin niya (We encountered something just recently, one…

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Over 500 inmates vote in Dagupan City

Over 500 persons deprived of liberty (PDLs) in the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) here exercised their right to suffrage on Monday. In a press conference, Commission on Elections (Comelec) Dagupan election supervisor lawyer Michael Franks Sarmiento said there were seven special areas in the BJMP facility where the PDLs cast their votes. “There were a total of 663 PDLs who qualified to vote as of February but some were released prior to the elections, about a hundred of them according to BJMP,” he said. He added those…

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Another blast rocks Maguindanao; 6 hurt

Suspected election saboteurs fired an M79 grenade projectile at a voting center in Datu Piang, Maguindanao, leaving six voters injured, police said Monday. Maj. Roldan Kundong, the Maguindanao police spokesperson, said the shoulder-fired projectile landed beside the covered court inside Datu Piang Elementary School in Barangay Buayan at 11:15 a.m. amid the queue of voters. “They were inside the school’s covered court waiting for their names to be called to vote when the explosion occurred,” Kundong said. Injured were Lebe Calunting, Satar Andoy, Aladin Kusain, Nasser Guiali, Anib Kanakan, and…

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Himamaylan City execs condemn fatal shooting of school teacher

Top officials of Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental have denounced the violence that claimed the life of a public school teacher on the eve of the May 9 national and local elections. Mercy Nequia-Miguel, 49, of Barangay Caradio-an, assigned at Himamaylan City National High School and was set to serve in Monday’s polls, was shot to death by unidentified assailants on her way home with her husband at around 8:30 p.m. Mayor Raymund Tongson said the city government condemns the death of the teacher and ordered the police to “exhaust all…

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34 bets for elective posts unopposed in NegOcc

A total of 34 candidates running for local and congressional posts in Negros Occidental are unopposed in the May 9 elections, based on the data of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Monday. These include 11 contenders for city and municipal mayors and 13 others running for vice mayoral posts. According to Comelec, an unopposed candidate needs at least one vote to be proclaimed the winner. Mayor Nicholas Yulo of Bago City, which is part of the fourth district, has no challenger as he seeks a third and last term…

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Polls generally smooth, peaceful so far: Namfrel

The National Citizens’ Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel) said Monday’s national and local elections have been smooth and peaceful overall as of 1 p.m., or six hours before polling precincts close. In a statement, the election watchdog announced that based on the observation of volunteers, most polling places opened on time and no significant delay was recorded. Namfrel said the electoral boards, as well as the vote-counting machines (VCMs) and election paraphernalia, were complete in most polling places. The high turnout though seemed to have overwhelmed several voting centers and…

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Comelec exec says voter turnout in first few hours overwhelming

An official of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) was overwhelmed by the response of the voting public in the first hours of the voting period on election day (May 9). Comelec Commissioner George Garcia said they are happy to see Filipinos troop to the voting centers. “So overwhelmed by the number of people flocking the polling areas. This is despite the pandemic threat. Democracy is alive in our country,” he said in a Viber message. Garcia, together with some members of his family, was among the voters who voted during…

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New VCMs to be used in 2025 midterm polls

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said the vote-counting machines (VCMs) used Monday will no longer be used in succeeding polls. Commissioner Marlon Casquejo said the more than 100,000 VCMs are old and will be replaced, starting in the 2025 midterm elections. “I think this is the last dance of our VCMs. We will no longer use it in the 2025 elections. Even if we say that only a small budget will be given in 2025, but we will insist we would not use these VCMs anymore for the succeeding elections,”…

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Sara vows to be supportive, loyal VP

If elected into office, Mayor Sara Z. Duterte vowed Monday to be a supportive and loyal vice president to whoever wins the presidency. In an interview Monday, Duterte assured she will give her “all-out support” to the President—especially if her running mate Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wins the election. Duterte said she will work hard for the country even if not given any cabinet position. One area she will focus on, she said, would be peace-building and child protection activities, particularly in schools. Meanwhile, when asked about President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s…

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Over 5M expected to cast votes in Western Visayas

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) here is looking at an 80 percent turnout of the 5,026,482 registered voters in Western Visayas in this Monday’s national and local elections. “We have seen the engagement of people during rallies regardless of the candidates. We saw their enthusiasm. At the end of the day we really encourage the people to vote so that they can really express what they want through the power of the ballot,” said Comelec regional election director Wilfred Jay Balisado in a phone interview Monday. He said that one…

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Domagoso satisfied with peaceful conduct of elections

Aksyon Demokratiko presidential bet Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso on Monday said he is satisfied with the ongoing peaceful national and local elections so far. He made this comment during an ambush interview with the media shortly after casting his ballot at the Magat Salamat Elementary School in Manila where he is a registered voter. “Salamat sa Diyos. So far, generally peaceful ang elections (Thank God. So far, the elections are peaceful),” the presidential aspirant said. He added that he is praying that it will also end peacefully and without major…

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Gunfight mars election in Basilan town

Voters scampered for safety as gunmen from two opposing parties clashed an hour after polling precincts opened here Monday for the national and local elections. Col. Pedro Martirez, Basilan police director, said the encounter broke out around 7 a.m. in Barangay Boloh-Boloh in the island town of Tabuan Lasa. Martirez said the gunfight ensued after supporters of Boloh-Boloh Barangay Chairperson Jahid Abbas and Alfad Farouck, a candidate for municipal councilor, crossed paths at the village’s public elementary school. “The report disclosed that the group of Alfad Farouck was the first…

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Uncontrolled use of technology brings behavioral addictions: NGO

Uncontrolled use of technology and the internet brings various behavioral addictions that can harm people both physically and psychologically, according to the Turkish anti-addiction body. Unconscious and uncontrolled use of technology and the internet is a type of addiction that manifests itself with addictive sub-behaviors such as behavioral addictions, internet gaming disorder, and excessive use of social media and smartphones, according to data compiled by Anadolu Agency from Turkiye’s Green Crescent organization. The problems caused by technology addiction include physical complaints such as eye burning, pain and stiffness in the…

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Mavericks beat Suns to level NBA playoff series in West semis

Dallas Mavericks on Sunday won against Phoenix Suns 111-101 to equalize the NBA Western Conference semifinal series 2-2, scoring 20 three-pointers in a single game. As a team, the Mavericks hit 20 out of 44 attempts from the three-point line to earn a home win. Dallas’ Slovenian star Luka Doncic posted a double-double, scored 26 points and made 11 assists in game four held at the American Airlines Center. However, the Suns’ US guard Devin Booker was the game’s top scorer with 35 points. He also had seven assists. Mavericks’…

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Large PH contingent set to arrive for Vietnam SEA Games

The Philippine contingent for the 31st Southeast Asian Games is scheduled to check in on Tuesday with the Philippine Sports Commission on hand to facilitate their arrival and have them comfortably settled two days before the opening ceremony of the 11-nation sportsfest. A large wave of athletes led by 2019 SEA Games multiple medalist and world champion gymnast Carlos Edriel Yulo will set foot here together with the highly admired women’s volleyball team featuring its top celebrities Alyssa Valdez, Aby Maraño and Jaja Santiago. Yulo, who brought along his Japanese…

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